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For thou, O God, hast | prov-ed | us :
Thou hast caused men to ride | over-our |
heads: We went through | fire—and throu-gh |
water, But thou | broughtest—us | out In to—a | wealth-y | place. I will go into thy house with burnt offerings :
I will | pay thee-my | vows, Which my lips have uttered, and my mouth
hath | spoken,-when I was—in | trouble. I will offer unto thee burnt sacrifices of fatlings,
with the incense—of | rams : I will of—fer | bullocks-with goats.
Come and hear, all ye that-fear God,
ny / soul.
I cried unto him with my mouth, and he was
extolled | with—my | tongue. If I regard iniquity in my heart, the | Lo-rd |
will—not hear me:
But verily | God-hath | heard me;
prayer, Blessed | be- | God, Which hath not turned away my | prayer,
nor his | mer~cy | from me.
IN Thee, O Lord, do I | put—my | trust;
me—to es cape: Incline thine | ear—unto | me,—and save me.
Be thou my strong-habitation,
Deliver me, O my God, out of the hand of
the wicked, Out of the hand of the un | righteous—and I
cru—el | man. For thou art my hope, | 0–Lord God : Thou art my l tru-st 1 from—my | youth.
By thee have I been holden up from—the
womb: Thou art he that took me out of-my | mo
ther's bowels. My praise shall be continually—of thee: I am as a wonder unto many: but I thou art
my stro-ng refuge.
Let my mouth be filled | with—thy | praise,
For mine enemies speak-against me,
counsel—to | gether, Saying, God-hath for saken him ; Persecute and take him, for there is , none
to de | li—ver | him.
O God, be not-far | from me:
adversaries | to—my | soul; Let them be covered with reproach and dis
honour—that | seek—my | hurt.
But I will | hope-con | tinually,
and thy salvation | all—the day ;
I will go in the strength of the | Lo-rd | God;
even-of thi-ne only. O God, thou hast taught me from my youth : And hitherto have I de | clared--thy
Now also, when I am | old and-grey headed,
generation, And thy power to every | one--that | is—to |
Thy righteousness also, O God, is very high,
who hast done-great | things : O God, who-is like-unto thee? Thou, which hast showed me great and sore
troubles, shall quicken | mema gain, And shalt bring me up a | gain-from the i
depths-of the earth.
Thou shalt increase--my greatness,
thy truth, 1 Ommy | God : Unto thee will I sing with the harp, O thou
Ho—ly | One-of Israel.
My lips shall greatly rejoice when I | sing—
unto thee; And my | soul-which | thou hast-re | deemed. My tongue also shall talk of thy righteousness |
all the-day long: For they are confounded, for they are brought
unto | shame that I seek_my | hurt.
GIVE the king thy | judgments,—0 | God,
The mountains shall bring | peace to the
people, And the little | hills,— by | righteousness. He shall judge the poor of the people, he shall
save the children--of the needy, And shall break in | pieces | the-op | pressor. They shall fear thee as long as the sun and I
moon—en dure, Through out—all | generations. He shall come down like rain
upon mo—wn | grass : As showers—that water--the earth. In his days shall the right-eous | flourish And abundance of peace so long—as the
—en dureth. He shall have dominion also from sea And from the river unto-the ends of the i
to | sea,
They that dwell in the wilderness shall | bow
be | fore him; And his enemies—shall | lick-the dust. The kings of Tarshish, and of the | isles shall
bring | presents : The kings of Sheba and Seba-shall | of—fer |
gifts. Yea, all kings shall fall | down-be | fore him ; All | na- | tions--shall serve him. For he shall deliver the needy | when-he
crieth; The poor also, and | him—that hath-no |