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Psalm xxxii, xxxiii, xxxiv, XXXV.
19 From death to free their soul, in dearth
the way that thou shalt go; From their hands, that mine enemics
life unto them to yield. And with mine eye upon thee set, and perlecutors be.
20 Our soul doth wait upon the Lord,
I will dire&tion show, 16 Thy countenance to shine do thou
he is our help and shield. upon thy servant make ; . Then be not like the horse or mule,
21 Sith in his holy name we trust,
which do not understand : Unto me give salvation
our heart shall joyful be. Whole mouth, left they come near to thee, for thy great mercies sake.
a bridle must command.
22 Lord, let thy mercy be on us, 17 Let me not be asham’d, O Lord,
as we do hope in thee.
his sorrow shall abound: Let wicked men be sham'd, let them
PSA L. XXXIV. be silent in the grave. But him that trusteth in the Lord,
Od will I bless all times: his praise mercy shall compass round. 18 To silence put the lying lips,
my mouth shall still exprels
2 My soul shall boast in God: the meek And hard reports, in pride and scorn,
in him do ye rejoyce :
shall hear with joyfulness.
3 Extol the Lord with me, let us 19 How great's the goodness thou for them for joy lift up your voice.
exalt his name together. that fear thee keepst in store ;
PSA L. XXXIII. 4 I sought the Lord, he heard, and did And wroughts for them that trust in thee
E righteous, in the Lord rejoyce,
me from all fears deliver. the sons of men before !
it comely is and right,
s They look'd to him, and lightned were: 20 In' secret of thy presence thou That apright men with thankful voice
not shamed were their faces. shalt hide them from man's pride ;
should praise the Lord of might. 6 This poor man cry'd, God heard, and sav'd From strife of tongues thou closely shalt,
2 Praise God with harp: and unto him him from all his diftreffes. as in a tent, them hide.
fing with the psaltery,
7 The angel of the Lord encamps, 21 All praise and thanks be to the Lord, Upon a ten-ftring'd initrument
and round encompasseth for he hath magnify'd
make ye sweet melody. .
All those about that do him fear, His wondrous love to me within 3 A new song to him sing, and play
and them delivereth. a city fortify’d.
voice skilfully. 22 For from thine eyes cut off I am,
8 O taste and see that God is good; 4 For right is God's word, all his works who trusts in him is blest. (I in my halte had laid )
are done in verity. My voice yet heardst thou, when to thee
9 Fear God, his saints: none that him fear s To judgment and to righteousness with cries my mone I made,
shall be with want opprest. a love he beareth still
10 The lions young may hungry be, 23 O love the Lord, all ye
his saints :
and they may lack their food,
the earth throughout doth fill.
But they that truly seek the Lord, The faithful, and he plenteously 6 The heavens by the word of God
shall not want any good. proud doers doth reward.
did their beginning take ; 24 Be of good courage, and he strength and by the breathing of his mouth
11 O children, hither do ye come; unto your heart shall send,
and unto me give ear:
he all their host did make. All ye whose hope and confidence
I shall you teach to understand 7 The waters of the seas he brings doth on the Lord depend.
how ye the Lord should fear.
12 What man is he that life desires,
to see good would live long ?
13 Thy lips refrain from speaking guile,
and from ill words thy tongue. All the transgrefsion he hath done,
with rev'rence fear the Lord :
14 Depart from ill, do good, seek peace, whose sin is covered. Let all the world's inhabitants
pursue it earnestly. 2 Blest is the man, to whoin the Lord dread him with one accord.
eyes are on the just, his ears imputeth not his fin, 9 For he did speak the word, and done
are open to their cry. And in whose sp’rit there is no guile,
it was without delay ;
16 The face of God is set against
those that do wickedly ; 3 When as I did refrain my speech,
whatever he did say.
That he may quite out from the earth and silent was my tongue : 10 God doth the counsel bring to nought
cut off their memory. My bones then waxed old, because
which heathen folk do take :
17 The righteous cry unto the Lord, I rored all day long. And what the people do devise,
he unto them gives ear : 4 For upon me both day and night
of none effect doch make. thine hand did heavy ly :
And they out of their troubles all 11 O! but the counsel of the Lord
by him deliv'red are. So that my moisture turned is
doth stand for ever sure, in summer's drought thereby.
18 The Lord is ever nigh to them And of his heart the purposes
that be of broken sporit : 5 I thereupon have unto thee
from age to age endure.
To them he safety doth afford,
that are in heart contrite. And likewise mine iniquity
JEHOVAH is: and those
19 The troubles that afflict the just,
in number many be : I will confess unto the Lord
his heritage he chose. my trespasses, said I ; 13 The Lord from heav'n sees and beholds
But yet at length out of them all,
the Lord doch fet him free. And of my lin thou freely didk
all fons of men full well.
20 He carefully his bones doth keep,
whatever doth befal : 6 For this fhall ev'ry godly one
that on the earth do dwell.
That not so much as one of them his prayer make to thee :
15 He forms their hearts alike, and all can broken be at all. In such a time he shall thee seck,
their doings he observes.
21 Ill shall the wicked Nay ; laid waste Surely, when floods of waters great
shall be who hate the just.
22 The Lord redeems his servants soul, They shall not overwhelm his soul,
is a deceitful thing ;
none perish chat him trust.
PSA L. XXXV. 7 Thou art my hiding-place, thou shalt
can no deliv'rance bring. from trouble keep me free :
Lead, Lord, with those that plead, and 18 Behold, on those that do him fear Thou, with songs of deliverance,
with those chat fight with me. (fight the Lord doch ser his eye :
2 Of shield and buckler take thou hold, about Inalt compass me.
Ev’n those who on his
stand 8 I will instruct thee, and thee teach
mine help to be. with confidence rely :
3 Draw also out the spear, and do 24 O Lord my God, do thou me judge the La against them stop the way,
after thy righteousness;
And let them not their joy 'gainst me
triumphantly express. crub
25 Nor let them say within their hearts,
Ah, we would have it thus ;
Nor suffer them to say, that he
is swallow'd up by us. V. 5
Let them be like unto the chaft, 26 Sham'd and confounded be they all
that at my hurt are glad ; his pa And let the angel of the Lord
Let those against me that do boast, pursue them hard behind.
with thame and scorn be clad. 6 With darkness cover thou their
27 Let them that love my righteous cause,
way, and let it slipp’ry prove ;
be glad, fhout, and not cease And let the angel of the Lord
To say, The Lord be magnify'd,
who loves his servant's peace.
declared by my tongue ; ndo They also have without a cause
The praises that belong to thee, for my soul digged it.
speak shall it all day long. 8 Let ruin seize him unawares,
PSA L. XXXV I.
He wicked man's transgression
within my heart thus says,
Undoubtedly the fear of God
2 Becaule himself he flattereth pod 10 And all my bones shall say, O Lord, in his own blinded eye, who is like unto thee?
Until the hatefulness be found Which dost the poor set free from him
of his iniquity. that is for him too strong ;
3 Words from his mouth proceeding are, The poor and needy, from the man
fraud and iniquity - that spoils and does him wrong. He, to be wise, and to do good, 11 False witnesles rose; to my charge hath left off utterly. things I not knew they laid.
4 He mischief, lying on his bed, 12 They, to the spoiling of my soul, most cunningly doth plot : me ill for good repaid.
He sets himself in ways not good ; 13 But as for me, when they were sick,
ill he abhorreth not. in sackcloth sad I mourn'd:
s Thy mercy, Lord, is in the heav'ns ; My humbled soul did fast, my pray’r thy truth doth reach the clouds. into my bolom turn'd.
6 Thy justice is like mountains great; 14 My self I did behave, as he
thy judgments deep as floods : had been my friend or brother :
Lord, thou preservest man and beast. pe I heavily bow'd down, as one
7 How precious is thy grace! that mourneth for his mother.
Therefore in shadow of thy wings 15 But in my trouble they rejoyc’d,
mens sons their trust shall place. gath'ring themselves together; 8 They with the fatness of thy house Yea, abje&s vile together did
shall be well satisfy'd : themselves against me gather : h
From rivers of thy pleasures thou I knew it not, they did me tear,
wilt drink to them provide. and quiet would not be.
9 Because of life the fountain pure j 16 With mocking hypocrites, at feasts remains alone with thee : chey gnalht their teeth at me.
And in that purest light of thine 17 How long, Lord, look'st thou on? from
we clearly light mall see. destructions they intend
(those 10 Thy loving kindness unto them Rescue my soul, from lions young
continue that thee know; my darling do defend.
And still on men upright in heart 18 I will give thanks to thee, O Lord,
thy righteousnels bestow. within th'assembly great :
I Let not the foot of cruel pride And where much people gath’red are,
come, and against me stand: thy praises forth will fet.
And let me not removed be,
Lord, by the wicked's hand. 19 Let not my wrongful enemies proudly rejoyce o'er me :
12 There faln are they, and ruined, Nor, who me hate without a cause,
that work iniquities : let theru wink with the eye.
Cast down they are, and never shall 20 For peace they do not speak at all : be able to arise. 1 but crafty plots prepare
PS A L. XXXVII. Against all those within the land that meek and quiet are.
Or evil doers fret thou not 21 With mouths set wide, they'gainst me
thy lelf unquietly; Ha, ha, our eye doth see. ( said,
Nor do thou envy bear to those
that work iniquity. 22 Lord, thou hastseen,hold not thy peace: Lord, be not far from me.
2 For, even like unto the grals,
soon be cut down thall they, 23 Stir up thy felf
, wake, that thou mayst And, like the green and tender herb, judgment to me afford,
they wither hall away. Ev'n to my cause, O thou that art my only God and Lord.
3 Set thou thy trust upon the Lord,
and be thou doing good; And so thou in the land shalt dwell,
and verily have food. 4 Delight thy self in God, he'll give
thine heart's desire to thee. 5 Thy way to God commit, him trust,
it bring to pass shall he. 6 And, like unto the light, he shall
thy righteousness display: And he thy judgment shall bring forth
like noon-tide of the day. 7 Rest in the Lord, and patiently
wait for him : do not fret For him, who prosp'ring in his way,
success in lin doth get. 8 Do thou from anger cease, and wrath
see thou forsake allo :
that evil thou shouldst do.
shall be cut off, and fall :
the earth inherit shall.
the wicked shall not be :
but it thou shalt not fee.
the meek ones shall posless :
in an abundant peace. 12 The wicked plots against the just,
and at him whets his teeth, 13 The Lord fhall laugh at him, because
his day he coming teeth, 14 The wicked have drawn out the sword,
and bent their bow to Play The poor and needy, and to kill
men of an upright way. 15 But their own sword which they have
shall enter their own heart; ( drawn, Their bows which they have bent nallbreak,
and into pieces part.
is more and better far,
as lewd and wicked are.
but God the just sustains. 18 God knows the juft man's days, and still
their heritage remains.
the evil time do see ;
they satisfy'd ihall be.
as fat of lambs decay: They shall consume, yea, into smoke
they shall consume away. 21 The wicked borrows, but the same
again he doth not pay;
and gives his own away.
the earth inherit shall ;
shall be destroyed all.
are ordered aright:
he greatly doth delight.
be cast down utterly;
upholds him mightily. 25 I have been young, and now am old,
yet have I never seen
9 O Lord, all that I do defire The just man left, nor that his feed
is still betore thine eye : for bread have beggars been.
And of my heart the secret grones
not hidden are from thee. 26 He's ever merciful, and lends; his feed is blest therefore.
10 My heart doth pant incessantly, 27 Depart from evil, and do good: my strength doth quite decay : and dwell for evermore.
As for mine eyes, their wonted light 28 For God loves judgment, and his saints
is from me gone away. leaves not in any case;
11 My lovers and my friends do stand They are kept ever: but cut off
at distance from my fore : shall be the finners race.
And those do stand aloof that were
kinsmen, and kind before. 29 The just inherit shall the land,
and ever in it dwell. (speak, 12 Yea, they that seek my life, lay snares; 30 The just man's mouth doth wildom
who seek to do me wrong, his tongue doth judgment tell. Speak things mischievous, and deceits 31 In's heart the law is of his God,
imagine all day long. his steps slide not away.
13 But, as one deaf that heareth not, 32 The wicked man doth watch the just, I sut'red all to pass: and secketh him to slay.
I as a dumb man did become,
whose mouth not op'ned was. 33 Yet him the Lord will not forsake, nor leave him in his hands:
14 As one that hears not, in whole mouth The righteous will be not condemn,
are no reproofs at all. when he in judgment stands.
15. For, Lord, I hope in thee; my God, 34 Wait on the Lord, and keep his way, thou'lt hear me when I call. . and thee exalt shall he
16 For I said, Hear me, lest they should Th' earth to inherit : when cut off
rejoyce o'er me with pride : the wicked thou shalt see.
And o’er me magnity themselves,
when as my foot doth slide. 35 I saw the wicked great in pow'r, spread like a green bay-tree.
17 For I am near to halt, my grief 36 He past, yea, was not : him I sought,
is still before mine eye. but found he could not be.
18 For I'll declare my sin, and grieve 37 Mark thou the perfect, and behold for mine iniquity. the man of uprightness :
19 But yet mine en’mies lively are, Because that surely of this man
and strong are they belide ; the latter end is peace.
And they that hate me wrongfully, 38 But those men that transgressors are;
are greatly multiply'd. shall be destroy'd together :
20 And they for good that render ill, The latter end of wicked men
as en’mies me withstood; shall be cut off for ever.
Yea, ev’n for this, because that I 39 But the salvation of the just
do follow what is good. is from the Lord above:
21 Forsake me not, O Lord : my God, He in the time of their distress,
far from me never be. their stay and strength doth prove. 22 O Lord, thou my salvation art, 40 The Lord shall help, and them deliver:
hafte to give help to me. he shall them free and save
PSA L. XXXIX. From wicked men ; because in him their confidence they have.
Said, I will look to my ways,
left with my tongue I sin : PSA L. XXXVIII.
In fight of wicked men my
mouth N thy great indignation,
with bridle I'll keep in. O Lord, rebuke me not :
2 With filence I as dumb became, Nor on me lay thy chastning hand,
I did my self restrain in thy displeasure het.
From speaking good ; but then the more 2 For in me fast thine arrows stick,
increased was my pain, thine hand doch press me sore.
3 My heart within me waxed hot, 3. And in my flesh there is no health,
and while I musing was, nor foundness any more:
The fire did burn, and from my tongue This grief I have, because thy wrath
thele words I did let pass. is forth against me gone :
Mine end and measure of my days, And in my bones there is no reft,
O Lord, unto me show for sin that I have done.
What is the same : that I thereby 4 Because gone up above mine head
of thine hand I do pine. 11 When with rebukes thou dost correct
man for iniquity, Thou wastes his beauty like a moth:
sure each man's vanity. 12 Attend my cry, Lord, at my tears
and pray’rs not filent be: I sojourn as my fathers all,
and stranger am with thee.
recover may again,
PSA L. XL.
and patiently did bear; At length to me he did incline
my voice and cry to hear. . 2 He took me from a fearful pit,
and from the miry clay, And on a rock he set my feet,
establishing my way. 3 He put a new song in my mouth,
our God to magnify: Many shall see it, and shall fear,
and on the Lord rely. 4 O blessed is the man whose trust
upon the Lord relies : Respecting not the proud, nor such
as turn aside to lies. 5 O Lord my God, full many are
the wonders thou hast done ; Thy gracious thoughts to us-ward far
above all thoughts are gone: In order none can reckon them
to thee: if them declare, And speak of them I would, they more
than can be numbred are. 6 No facrifice nor offering
didit thou at all desire, Mine ears thou bor’d, sin off'ring thou
and burnt didst not require. 7 Then to the Lord these were my word
I come, behold and fee : Within the volume of thy book
it written is of me: 8 To do thy will I take delight,
O thou my God that art : Yea, that most holy law of thine
I have within my heart.
I righteousness did preach;
refrained not my speech.
conceal thy righteousness : I thy salvation have declar'd,
and shown thy faithfulness : Thy kindness, which most loving is,
my frailty well may know. my great transgressions be ;
Lo,thou my days an hand-breadth mad'a, And, as a weighty burden, they
mine age is in thine eye too heavy are for me.
As nothing : sure each man at best s My wounds do stink, and are corrupt ; is wholly vanity. my folly makes it so.
6 Sure each man walks in a vain show, 6 I troubled am, and much bow'd down: they vex themselves in vain : all day I mourning go.
He heaps up wealth, and doth not know 7 For a disease, that lothsom is,
to whom it shall pertain. lo fills my loyns with pain ; That in my weak and weary flesh
7 And now, O Lord, what wait I for? no loundness doth remain,
my hope is fix'd on thee,
8 Free me from all my trespalies, 8 So feeble and infirm am I,
the fools scorn make not me. and broken am so sore;
9 Dumb was I, op’ning not my mouth, That, through diiquiet of my heart,
because this work was thine. I have been made to rore.
10 Thy stroke take from me: by the blow
concealed have not I, Nor from the congregation great
have hid thy verity.
O do thou not restrain :
let them me still maintain.
and mine iniquities
I cannot lift mine eyes.
thence is my heart dismaid.
Lord, halten to mine aid.
Psalm xli, xlii, xliii, xliv, xlv.
14 Sham'd and confounded be they all
that seek my soul to kill : Yea, let them backward driven be,
and sham'd that with me ill. 15 For a reward of this their shame,
confounded let them be, That in this manner scoffing say,
Aha, a ha, to me, 16 In thee let all be glad and joy,
who seeking thee abide : Who thy salvation love, lay still,
The Lord be magnify’d. 17 I'm poor and needy, yet the Lord
of me a care doth take : Thou art my help and saviour, my God, no tarrying make.
PSA L. XLI. Lessed is he that wisely doch the poor man's case consider
3 For when the time of trouble is,
the Lord will him deliver. 2 God will him keep; yca, save alive,
on earth he bleft in all live : And to his enemy's delire
thou wilt him not up-give: 3 God will give strength, when he on bed
of languifhing doth mourn : And in his fickness lore, O Lord,
thou all his bed wilt turo. 4 I said, O Lord, do thou extend
thy mercy unto me : O do thou heal my soul, for why,
I have offended thee. 5 Those that to me are enemies,
of me do evil say ; When shall he die, chat fo his name
may perish quite away? 6 To see me if he comes, he speaks
vain words; but then his heart Heaps mischief to it, which he tells,
when forth he doch depart. 7 My haters joyntly whispering,
'gainst me my hurt devise, 8 Mischief, say they, cleaves fast to him;
he ly'th and shall not rise. 9 Yea, ev’n mine own familiar friend,
on whom I did rely, Who ate my bread, ev'n he his heel
against me lifted high. 10 But, Lord, be merciful to me,
and up again me raise, That I may justly them requite
according to their ways. 11 By this I know that certainly
I favour'd am by thec ; Because my hateful enemy
triumphs not over me. '12 But as for me, thou me upholdt
in mine integrity; And me before thy countenance
thou setst continually. 13 The Lord, the God of Israel,
be bleft for ever then, From age to age eternally, Amen, yea, and amen.
PSA L. XLII.
in thirst doth pane and bray ; So pants my longing soul, O God,
that come to thee I may. 2 My soul for God the living God,
doth thirst : when shall I near Unto thy countenance approach,
and in God's light appear? 3. My tears have unto me been meat
bosh in the night and day,
Thou didst afflict the nations,
but them thou didft increase.
3 For neither got their sword the land, when this I think upon ;
nor did their arm them fave : Because that with the multitude
But thy right hand, arm, countenance ;
for thou them favour gave.
4 Thou art my King: for Jacob, Lord,
delio’rances cominand. with voice of joy and praise ;
(toes Yea, with the multitude that kept
5 Through thee we shall push down our the solemn holy-days.
that do against us stand : 5 O why art thou cast down, my soul?
We, through thy name, shall cread down why in me fo dismaid ?
that ris'n against us have. (thole Trust God, for I shall praise him
6 For in my bow I fhall not trust,
yet, his count'nance is mine aid.
nor shall my sword me save.
7 But from our foes thou hast us sav'd, 6 My God, my soul's cast down in me:
our haters put to shame. thee therefore mind I will
8 In God we all the day do boast,
and ev’n from Mizar-hill.
9 But now we are cast oft by thee,
and us thou putst to shame : Thy breaking waves pass over me,
And when our armies do go forth, yea, and thy billows all.
thou go'st not with the fame.
10 Thou mak'l us from the enemy 8 His loving kindness yet the Lord
faint-hearted to turn back : command will in the day,
And they who hate us, for themselves
our ipoils away do take.
1 Like sheep for meat thou gavest us: Why me forgetst thou 10?
’mong heathen cast we be. Why for my toe's oppression
12 Thou didst for nought thy people sell, thus mourning do I go?
their price enrich'd not thee.
13 Thou mak’t us a reproach to be
Derision and a scorn to them
'tis daily to me faid.
among the heathen make;
The people in contempt and spite, in God still hope and rest;
at us their heads do shake.
15 Before me my confusion For yet I know I shall him praise,
continually abides ;
And of my bashful countenance
the shame me ever hides.
16 For voice of him
that doth reproach, PSA L. XLIII.
and speaketh blasphemy:
and cruel enemy.
17 All this is come on us : yet we O be thou my salvation.
have not forgotten thee; 2 For thou the God art of my strength,
Nor fally in thy covenant
behay'd our felves have we.
18 Back from thy way our heart not turn’d, why do I mourning go?
our steps no straying made. 3 O send thy light forth and thy truth,
19Though us thou brak'st in dragons place,
and cover'dit with death's shade. let them be guides to me ;
20 If we God's name forgot, or stretcho And bring me to thine holy hill, ev’n where rhy dwellings be.
to a strange god our hands :
21 Shall not God search this out for he 4 Then will I to God's alcar go,
hearts secrets understands. to God my chietest joy; Yea, God, my God, thy name to praise, 22 Yea, for thy fake we're kill'd all day, my harp I will employ.
counted as slaughter-sheep. 5 Why art thou then cast down, my soul ? 23 Rife, Lord, calt us not ever oft';
awake, why dost thou sleep? what should discourage thee?
O wherefore hidest thou thy face?
forgetst our case distrelt,
25 And our oppreffion? For our soul
is to the dust down prest
fast cleaving hold doth take.
26 Rile for our help, and us redeem PS A L. XLIV,
ev'n for thy mercies sake. God, we with our ears have heard,
PSA L. XLV. our fathers have us told, What works thou in their days hadít done, Y heart brings forth a goodly thing; ev’n in the days of old.
my words that I indite 2 Thy hand did drive the heathen out, Concerri the king: my tongue's a pen
of and plant them in their place;
of one that swift doth write.
And therefore blessings evermore 2 Thou fairer art than fons of men :
on thee doth God bestow. into thy lips is store
3 Thy sword gird on thy thigh, Of grace infus'd: God therefore thee thou that art most of might: hath bleft for evermore.
Appear in dreadful majesty
and in thy glory bright. 3. O thou that art the mighty One,
thy sword gird on thy thigh: 4 For meekness, truth and right Ev’n with thy glory excellent,
ride prosp'rously in state : and with thy majesty.
And thy right hand shall teach to thee 4 For meekness, truth, and righteousness, things terrible and great. in state ride prosp'rously ::
5 Thy Thafts shall pierce their hearts And thy right hand thall thee instruct that foes are to the king : in things that fearful be.
Whereby into subjection 5 Thine arrows sharply pierce the hearts
the people thou shalt bring. of th’en’mies of the king:
6 Thy royal seat, O Lord, And under thy subjection
for ever shall remain : the people down do bring.
The sceptre of thy kingdom doth 6 For ever and for ever is,
all righteousnels maintain. O God, thy throne of might: 7 Thou lovest right, and hateft ill : The sceptre of thy kingdom is
for God, thy God most high, a sceptre that is right.
Above thy fellows hath with th' oyl
of joy anointed thee. 7 Thou lovest right, and hatest ill:
for God, thy God most high, 8 Of myrrh and spices sweet Above thy tellows hath with th'oyl
a smell thy garments had : of joy anointed thee.
Out of the ivory palaces, 8 Of aloes, myrrh, and cassia
whereby they made thee glad. a smell thy garments had;
9 And in thy glorious train Out of the iv'ry palaces,
kings daughters waiting stand : whereby they made thee glad.
And thy fair queen in Ophir-gold 9 Among thy women honourable
doth stand at thy right hand. kings daughters were at hand :
10 O daughter, take good heed, Upon thy right hand did the queen
incline, and give good ear : in gold of Ophir stand.
Thou must forget thy kindred all 10 O daughter, hearken and regard,
and father's house most dear. and do thine ear incline :
i Thy beauty to the king Likewise forget thy father's house,
shall then delightful be and people that are thine.
And do thou humbly worship him, 11 Then of the king desir'd shall be
because thy Lord is he. thy beauty veh’mently :
12 The daughters then of Tyre Because he is thy Lord, do thou
there with a gift shall be, him worship rev'rently.
And all the wealthy of the land 12 The daughter there of Tyre shall be, shall make their suit to thee.
with gifts and oft'rings great: 13 The daughter of the king Those of the people that are rich,
all glorious is within, thy favour shall intrear.
And with embroideries of gold 13 Behold, the daughter of the king her garments wrought have been. all glorious is within :
14 She cometh to the king And with embroideries of gold
in robes with needle wrought ; her garments wrought have been.
The virgins that do follow her 14
She shall be brought unto the king fall unto thee be brought.
in robes with needle wrought : Her fellow-virgins following,
15 They shall be brought with joy
and mirth on ev'ry side, shall unto thee be brought.
Into the palace of the king, 15 They shall be brought with gladness and there they shall abide.
and mirth on ev'ry side, (great, 16 And, in thy fathers stead, Into the palace of the king,
thy children thou mayst take, and there they shall abide. 16 In stead of those thy fathers dear,
And in all places of the earth
them noble princes make. thy children thou mayst take,
17 I will fhew forth thy name And in all places of the earth them noble princes make.
to generations all;
Therefore the people evermore 17 Thy name remembred I will make to thee give praises thall. through ages all to be :
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Od is our refuge and our strength,
in straits a present aid. Another of the same.
2 Therefore, although the earth remove, Y heart inditing is
we will not be afraid : good matter in a song:
nothing shall her remove ; The Lord to her an helper will,
and that right carly prove. 6 The heathen rag'd tumultuously,
the kingdoms moved were:
the earch did melt for fear.
doth constantly remain;
us safely to maintain. 8 Come,and behold what wondrous works
have by the Lord been wrought: Come, see what desolations
he on the earth hath brought. 9 Unto the ends of all the earth
wars into peace he turns : The bow he breaks, the spear he cuts,
in fire the chariot burns. 10 Be still, and know that I am God;
among the heathen I Will be exalted, I on earth
will be exalted high,
is still upon our side :
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with voice of triumph shout. ? For dreadful is the Lord most high,
great King the earth throughout. 3 The heathen people under us
he surely fhall subdue :
under our feet to bow.
choose out for us shall he,
ev’n the excellency. s God is with shouts gone up, the Lord
with trumpets founding high. 6 Sing praise to God,sing praise,ling praise,
praise to our King ling ye. 7 For God is King of all the earth,
with knowledge praise express.
his throne of holiness.
they who the people be :
the earth, are only his :
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is to be praised still,
upon his holy hill. 2 Mount Sion stands most beautiful,
the joy of all the land; The city of the mighty King
on her north-lide doth Itand. 3
The Lord within her palaces
Though hills amidst the lea be cast. I speak the things that I have made
3 Though waters roring make, which to the king belong;
And troubled be; yea, though the hills My tongue shall be as quick
by swelling leas do thake. his honour to indite, As is the pen of any scribe
4 A river is, whose streams do glad that ulerh fast to write.
the city of our God:
The holy place, wherein the Lord 2 Thou'rt fairest of all men,
most high hath his abode. grace in thy lips doth flow
s God in the midst of her doth dwell;
is for a refuge known. 4 For lo, the kings that gather'd were,
together by have gone. 5 But, when they did behold the same,
they wondring would not stay: But, being troubled at the light,
they thence did halte away. 6 Great terror there took hold on them,