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He shall spare the poor-and needy,
violence : And precious shall their | blood—be | in-his
And he-shall live,
There shall be an handful of | corn-in the 1
earth Upon the top of-the mountains ; The fruit thereof shall shake-like Lebanon : And they of the city shall | flourish-like
grass-of the earth.
His name shall en dure—for ever:
the sun :
Blessed be the Lord God, the God-of Israel,
A-men, I and—A / men.
TRULY God is good—to | Israel,
For I was envious at-the foolish,
They are not in trouble as other | men; Neither are they | plagued-like | oth—er | Therefore pride compasseth them a | bout as
achain; Violence cover-eth | them—as a | garment.
stand | out with fatness : They have more-than | heart—could wish. They are corrupt, and speak wickedly con 1
cerning--op pression; The 1 -ý | spea-k | loftily.
They set their mouth against—the heavens ; And their tongue I walk-eth | through-the
earth. Therefore his people re | tu-rn | hither : And waters of a full cup--are wrung | out
And they say, How doth-God know?
in the world; The ly-increase-in | riches.
Verily I have cleansed my heart--in vain,
If I say, I will-speak | thus;
tion of-thy children.
Until I went into the sanctuary—of God;
places : Thou castedst them do—wn | into-destruc
How are they brought into desolation, as in
al moment ! They are utterly-consumed—with terrors. As a dream when one-awaketh; So, O Lord, when thou awakest, thou | shalt
des pise—their | image.
Thus my heart-was | grieved,
Nevertheless, I am con | tiru-ally with thee:
Whom have I in heaven-but thee?
sire-be | side thee. My flesh and my hea—rt | faileth : But God is the strength of my heart, and my i
po—r | tion--for ever.
For, lo, they that are far from 1 thee-shall |
perish : Thou hast destroyed all them that I go-a |
whor-ing | from thee. But it is good for me to draw | near-to God : I have put my trust in the Lord God, that | I
may declare-all thy | works.
BOW down thine ear, 0 | Lo—rd, hear me;
trust-eth in thee.
soul. For thou, | Lord,-art | good, And ready | to—for give; And | plenteous—in | mercy Unto all | them—that | call-up / on thee. Give ear, O Lord, , unto—my | prayer ; And attend to the voice—of my | sup-pli |
cations. In the day of my trouble I will | call—up |
on thee; For thou-wilt an-swer | me. A | mong—the gods There is none like-unto thee,-0 | Lord : Neither are there | a-ny | works Lil-ke unto-thy | works. All nations whom thou hast made shall come
and worship be | fore thee,-0 | Lord; And shall | glo—ri | fy-thy | name. For thou art great, and doest won-drous
things : Th | ou-art | God-a | lone.