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5 For thou, O Lord, hast, and my salvation ; he is my de. heard my desires, and hast fence, so that I shall not fall. given an heritage unto those 7 In God is my health and that fear thy Name.
my glory, the rock of my 6 Thou Talt grant the might, and in God is my trust. King a long life, that his 80 put your trust in him years may endure throughout alway, ye people ; pour out all generations.
your hearts before him, for 7 He shall dwell before God God is our hope. for ever; O prepare thy love! 9 As for the children of men, ing mercy and faithfulness, they are but vanity ; the chilthat they may preserve him. dren of men are deceitful upon
8 So will I always fing praise the weights, they are altogeunto thy Name, that I may cher lighter than vanity itself. daily perform my vows.
100 trust not in wrong and
robbery, give not yourselves PSALM 62. unto vanity; if riches increase,
fer not your heart upon them. M AY foul truly waitest still in God spake once, and I l upon God, for of him twice I have also heard the cometh my salvation. fame ; that power belongeth
2 He verily is my strength unto God; and my salvation; he is my! 12 And that thou, Lord, art le defence, so that I shall not merciful; for thou rewardelt greatly fall.
every man according to his 3 How long will ye imagine work. mischief against every man; ye
PSALM 63. shall be slain all the sort of you; yea, as a tottering wall shall ye God, thou art my God; be, and like a broken hedge. early will I seek thee.
4 Their device is only how! 2 My soul thirstech for thee, to put him out whom God will my flesh also longeth arter exalt; their delight is in lies, thee; in a barren and dry lar they give good words with where no water is. their mouth, but curse with 3 Thus have I looked for their heart.
thee in holiness, that I might 5 Nevertheless, my soul, behold thy power and glory... wait thou still upon God; for 4 For thy loving-kindn my hope is in him.
is better than the life itic '6 He truly is my strength | my lips shall praise thee.
the life itself; /
holden mere also that fenkul go wounded their own, to info
5 As long as I live will I jout their arrows, even bitter magnify thee on this manner, words. and lift up my hands in thy , 4 That they may privily Name.
shoot at him that is perfect; 6 My soul shall be satisfied suddenly do they hit him, and even as it were with marrow fear not. and fatness, when my mouth 5 They encourage them. praiseth thee with joyful lips. felves in mischief, and com
7 Have I not remembered mune among themselves, how thee in my bed, and thought they may lay snares, and say, upon thee when I was waking? that no man shall see them.
8 Because thou hast been 6 They imagine wicked. my helper ; therefore under ness, and practise it; that they the shadow of thy wings will keep secret among themselves, I rejoice.
every man in the deep of his 9 My soul hangeth upon heart. thee; thy right hand hath up 1 But God shall suddenly
Thoot at them with a swife 10 These also that seek the arrow, that they shall be hurt of my soul, they shall go wounded. i under the earth.
11 Let them fall upon the thall make them fall; insoedge of the sword, that they much that whoso seeth them, it may be a portion for foxes. | shall laugh them to scorn.
i2 But the King shall rejoice 9 And all men that see it, in God; all they also that swear shall say, This hath God by him, shall be commended ; done ; for they shall perceive for the mouth of them that that it is his work. speak lies shall be stopped. 10 The righteous shall re.
ljoice in the Lord, and put his PSALM 64.
trust in him, and all they that I TEar my voice, O God, in are true of heart shall be Il my prayer; preserve my glad. life from fear of the enemy.
2 Hide me from the ga. PSALM 65. thering together of the froward, and from the insur. Hou, O God, art praised rection of wicked doers; T in Sion, and unto thee
.3 Who have whet their shall the vow be performed in i tongue like a sword, and shoot | Jerusalem.
2 Thou that hearest the the little valleys thereof, thou prayer, unto thee shall all makest it soft with the drops, Aesh come.
of rain, and blesseft the in3 My misdeeds prevail a-crease of it. gainst me; O be thou merci. 12 Thou crowneft the year ful unto our fins.
with thy goodness, and thy 4 Blessed is the man whom clouds drop fatness. thou choosest, and receivest | 13 They shall drop upon unto thee; he shall dwell in the dwellings of the wilderthy court, and shall be satisfiedness, and the little hills shall with the pleasures of thy house, rejoice on every side. even of thy holy temple. 14 The folds fhall be full
5 Thou shalt thew us won of sheep; the valleys also shall derful things in thy righteous. Itand so thick with corn, that ness, O God of our salvation; they shall laugh and sing. thou that art the hope of all the
PSALM 66. ends of the earth, and of thein that remain in the broad fea. Be joyful in God, all ye
6 Who in his strength fet. U lands; fing praises unto teth fast the mountains, and the honour of his Name, make is girded about with power. This praise to be glorious.
7 Who stilleth the raging 2 Say unto God, O how of the sea, and the noise of his wonderful art thou in thy waves, and the madness of the works, through the greatness. people.
of thy power shall thine ene8 They also that dwell in the mies be found liars unto thee. uttermoft parts of the earth, 3 For all the world fhall shall be afraid at thy tokens ; worship thee, sing of thee, and thou that makest the out-go praise thy Name.. ings of the morning and even: 4 O come hither, and be. ing to praise thee.
hold the works of God; how 9 Thou visitest the earth, wonderful he is in his doing and blefrest it ; thou makeft it toward the children of men ! very plenteous.
15 He turned the fea into 10 The river of God is full dry land, so that they went of water; thou prepareft their through the water on foot; corn,for fo chou providest for there did we rejoice thereof. the earth.
6 He ruleth with his power 1 Thou waterest her fur- for ever, his eyes behold the rows, thou sendest rain into people, and such as will not
S of the of thy powerd liars unta thall
f the earth mies be power Thall threatness.
believe, shall not be able to and considered the voice of exalt themselves.
8 Who holdeth our soul in
9 For thou, O God, haft M OD be merciful unto us, proved us; thou also haft tried and bless us, and shew us, like as silver is tried. us the light of his countenance, - 10 Thou broughtest us in and be merciful unto us; .. to the snare, and laidest trou- ¿ That thy way may be ble upon our loins.
known upon earth, thy saving ni Thou sufferedst men to health among all nations. ride over our heads; we went 3 Let the people praise thee, through fire and water, and O God; yea, let all the people thou broughtest us out into a praise the wealthy place.
4 O let the nations rejoice 12 I will go into thine house and be glad, for thou shalt with burnt offerings, and will judge the people righteously, pay thee my vows, which I and govern the nations upon promised with my lips, and earth. spake with my mouth, when I 5 Let the people praise was in trouble.
thee, O God; let all the peo13 I will offer unto thee fat ple praise thee. burnt-facrifices, with the in- 6 Then thall the earth bring cense of rams; I will offer bul. forth her increase, and God, locks and goats.
even our own God, shall give 14 O come hither, and us his blessing. : : hearken, all ye that fear God, 7 God shall bless us, and and I will tell you what he all the ends of the world shall hath done for my soul. fear him.
15 I called unto him with
16 If I incline unto wick I ET God arise, and let his edness with my heart, the L enemies be scattered; let Lord will not hear me. them also that hate him fee 17 But God hath heard me, before him.
E 2 2 Like
2 Like as the smoke vanish.ldwell therein; for thou, o eth, so shalt thou drive them God, hast of thy goodness away, and like as wax melteth prepared for the poor. at the fire, so let the ungodly | 11 The Lord gave the perish at the presence of God. word; great was the com
3 But let the righteous be pany of the preachers. glad, and rejoice before God; 12 Kings with their armies let them also be merry and did fee, and were discomfit
ed, and they of the houshold 4 O sing unto God, and sing divided the spoil. praises unto his Name; mag. 13 Though ye have lien nify him that rideth upon among the pots, yet shall ye be the heavens, as it were upon as the wings of a dove, that an horse ; praise him in his is covered with silver wings, Name JAH, and rejoice be- and her feathers like gold. fore him.
14. When the Almighty 5 He is a father of the fa scattered kings for their fake, therless, and defendeth the then were they as white as cause of the widows; even snow in Salmon. God in his holy habitation. 15 As the hill of Basan, so
6 He is the God that mak.is God's hill, even an high eth men to be of one mind hill, as the hill of Basan. in an house, and bringeth the 16 Why hop ye so, ye high prisoners out of captivity; but hills ? this is God's hill, in the letteth the runagates continue which it pleaseth him to dwell; in scarceness.
yea, the Lord will abide in it 7 O God, when thou went- for ever.. - eft forth before the people, 17 The chariots of God are when thou wentest through twenty thousand, even thouthe wilderness,
sands of angels, and the Lord 8 The earth shook, and the is among them, as in the holy heavens dropped at the pre-place of Sinai. sence of God; even as Sinai alío 18 Thou art gone up on was moved at the presence of high, thou hast led captivity God, who is the God of Israel. captive, and received gifts for · 9 Thou, O God, senteft a men; yea, even for thine enegracious rain upon thine inhe. mies, that the Lord God might ritance, and refreshedit it dwell among them. when it was weary.
19 Praised be the Lord dai10 Thy congregation shall 'ly; even the God who helpeth
gracious rain God, fententes, captive, an