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thine that thousands ofe, afraid for
ven shall laugh them to scorn: say of my soul; There is no the Lord shall have them in help for him in his God. derision.
3 But thou, O Lord, art my 5 Then shali he speak unto defender: thou art my worship, them in his wrath, and vex and the lifter up of my head. them in his sore displeasure. 4 I did call upon the Lord
6 Yet have I set my King with my voice, and he heard upon my holy hill of Sion. me out of his holy hill.
7 I will preach the law, 5 I laid me down and Nept, whereof the Lord hath faid un- and rose up againą for the to me; Thou art my Son, this Lord sustained me. day have I begotten thee. 6 I will not be afraid for
8 Desire of me, and I shall ten thousands of the people give thee the heathen for thine that have set themselves inheritance, and the utmost against me round about. parts of the earth for thy pof- 7 Up, Lord, and help me, session.
O my God: for thou smitest 9 Thou shalt bruise them all mine enemies upon the with a rod of iron, and break cheek-bone ; thou halt broken them in pieces like a potters the teeth of the ungodly. vessel.
i 8 Salvation belongeth unto 10 Be wise now therefore, the Lord, and thy blefling is O ye kings : be learned, ye upon thy people. that are judges of the earth.
U Serve the Lord in fear:/: PSALM 4. and rejoice unto him with re- T Ear me when I call, O verence.
1 God of my righteous. 12 Kiss the Son, left he be nels : thou hast set me at liangry, and to ye perish from berty when I was in trouble: the right way: if his wrath have mercy upon me, and be kindled (yea, but a little) | hearken unto my prayer, bleffed are all they that put 20 ye fons of men, how their trust in him.
long will ye blafpheme mine
honour, and have such pleaPSA L M 3.
sure in vanity, and seek after
leasing? . | Ord, how are they increas | 3 Know this also, that the L ed that trouble me: many Lord hath chosen to himself the are they that rise against me. man that is godly: when I call 2 Many one there be that I upon the Lord, he will hear me.
4 Stand . 4 Stand in awe, and fin will abhor both the blood. not : commune with your thirsty and deceitful man. own heart, and in your cham- 7 But as for me, I will come ber, and be still.
| into thine house, even upon 5 Offer the sacrifice of righ the multitude of thy mercy; teousness, and put your trust and in thy fear will I worship in the Lord.
| toward thy holy temple. 6 There be many that say; 8 Lead me, O Lord, in thy Who will shew us any good ? righteousness, because of mine
7 Lord, lift thou up the enemies : make thy way plain light of thy countenance upon before my face. us.
9 For there is no faithful8 Thou hast put gladness in ness in his mouth: theirinward my heart, since the time that parts are very wickedness. their corn, and wine, and oil
1 10 Their throat is an open increased.
fepulchre : they fatter with 9 I will lay me down in their tongue. peace, and take my rest, for Destroy thou them, O it is thou, Lord, only that ma- God, let them perish through kest me dwell in safety. their own imaginations : cast
PSALM 5. them out in the multitude of DOnder my words, O Lord: their ungodliness; for they I consider my meditation. have rebelled against thee.
2 O hearken thou unto the 1 12 And let all them that put voice of my calling, my King, their trust in thee rejoice: they and my God : for unto thee Thall ever be giving of thanks, will I make my prayer. because thou defendest them; · 3 My voice thalt thou hear they that love thy Name shall berimes, O Lord: early in the be joyful in thee; . morning will I direct my prayer 13 For thou, Lord, wilt unto thee, and will look up. I give thy blessing unto the
4 For thou art the God righteous; and with chyfathou hast no pleasure in wick-vourable kindness wilt thou edness: neither shall any evil defend him as with a fhield. dwell with thee..
5 Such as be foolish shall not PSALM 6. stand in thy Gght: for thou ha. teft all them that work vanity. Lord, rebuke me not in
6 Thou shalt destroy them chineindignation; neither that speak leasing: the Lord chaften me in thy displealure.
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i 2 Have mercy upon me, l 30 Lord my God, if I have O Lord, for I am weak: Odone any such thing : or if Lord, heal me, for my bones there be any wickedness in my are vexed.
hands; 3 My soul also is fore trou-l 4 If I have rewarded evil bled: but, Lord, how long unto him that dealt friendly wilt thou punish me? with me: yea, I have deli
4 Turn thee, O Lord, and vered him that without any deliver my soul: O save me cause is mine enemy; for thy mercies sake.
5 Then let mine enemy per5 For in death no man re. secure my soul, and take me: menbereth thee: and who will yea, let him tread my life down give thee thanks in the pic? upon the earth, and lay mine
6 I am weary of my groan- honour in the dust. ing, every night wash I my 6 Stand up, O Lord, in thy bed, and water my couch wrath, and lift up thyself, bewith my tears.
cause of the indignation of 7. My beauty is gone for mine enemies : arise up for me very trouble, and worn away in the judgment that thou haft because of all mine enemies. commanded.
8 Away from me, all ye 7 And so shall the congrega. that work vanity; for the tion of the people come about Lord hath heard the voice of thee: for their fakes therefore my weeping. .
| lift up thyself again. 9 The Lord hath heard my 8 The Lord shall judge the petition: the Lord will receive people; give sentence with me, my prayer.
10 Lord, according to my · 10 All mine enemies shall righteousness, and according be confounded,and sore vexed: to the innocency that is in me. They shall be turned back, and 90 let the wickedness of put to shame suddenly. the ungodly come to an end ; PSALM 7.
but guide thou the just.
10 For the righteous God Lord my God, in the trieth the very hearts and reins. U have I put my truft: save i My help cometh of nie from all them that perse-God, who preferveth them cute me, and deliver me; that are true of heart.
2 Left he devour my soul 12 God is a righteous judge, like a lion, and tear it in pieces; strong and patient; and God while there is none to help. lis provoked every day,
13 If a man will not turn, 4 What is man,that thou art he will whet his sword: he mindful of him ? and che son hath bent his bow, and made of man, that thou visitest him? it ready.
5 Thou madeft him lower 14 He hath prepared for than the angels, to crown him him the instruments of death : with glory and worship. he ordaineth his arrows against 6 Thou makeft him to have the perfecutors.
dominion of the works of thy 15 Behold, he travaileth hands; and thou hast pur all with mischief: he hath con- things in subjection under his ceived sorrow, and brought feet; forth ungodliness.
1 7 All sheep and oxen : yea, 16 He hath graven and dig. and the beasts of the field; ged up a pit, and is fallen | 8 The fowls of the air, and himself into the destruction the fishes of the sea : and whatthat he made for other. foever walketh through the
17 For his travail shall come paths of the seas. upon his own head, and his 9 O Lord our Governor, wickedness shall fall on his how excellent is thy Name in own pate.
all the world! 18 I willgive thanks unto the Lord, according to his righ
PSALM 9. teousness; and I will praise the Name of the Lord most high. T Will give thanks unto thee,
O Lord, with my whole PSALM 8.
heart: I will speak of all thy Lord our Governor, how marvellous works. .
excellent is thy Name in 2 I will be glad and rejoice all the world: thou that haft set in thee : yea, my songs will I thy glory above the heavens! make of thy. Name, o chou
2 Out of the mouth of very most Highest. babes and sucklings halt thou 3 While mine enemies are ordained strength, because of driven back, they hall falland thine enemies; that thou migh-perish at thy presence. test still the enemy, and the 4 For thou haft maintained avenger.
my right, and my caule : thou 3 For I will consider thy are set in the throne that judy. heavens, even the works of thy est right.. fingers; the moon and the stars 5 Thou hast rebuked the which thou haft ordained. I heathen, and destroyed the un
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godly: godly: thou hast put out their in the same net which they hid name for ever and ever. I privily, is their foot taken.
60 thou enemy,destructions16 The Lord is known to are come to a perpetual end : execute judgment: the uneven as the cities which thou godly is trapped in the work haft destroyed; their memo- of his own hands. rial is perished with them. 17 The wicked shall be
y But the Lord shall endure turned into hell, and all the for ever : he hath also prepared people that forger God. his feat for judgment.
18 For the poor shall not 8 For he shall judge the alway be forgotten: the paworld in righteousness, and tient abiding of the meek shall minister true judgment unto not perish for ever. the people.
| 19 Up, Lord, and let net man 9 The Lord also will be a de- have the upper hand : ler the fence for the oppressed; even a heathen be judged in thy fight. refuge in due time of trouble. 20 Put them in fear, O
10 And they that know thy Lord ; that the heathen may Name, will put their trust in know themselves to be but men. thee: for thou, Lord, haft PSALM 10. never failed them that seek UIT HY ftandest thou so thee.
y far off, O Lord, and 11 O praise the Lord which hideft thy face in the needful dwelleth in Sion: shew the time of trouble ? people of his doings.
2 The ungodly for his own 12 For when he maketh in lust doth perfecute the poor : quisition for blood, he remem- let them be taken in the crafty bereth them, and forgetteth wiliness that they have imaginot the complaint of the poor. ned.
13 Have mercy upon me, 3 For the ungodlyhath made O Lord ; confider the trouble boast of his own heart's desire: which I suffer of them that and speaketh good of the cohate me, that thou lifteft me vetous whom God abhorreth. up from the gates of death: 4 The ungodly is so proud,
14 That I may Thew all thy that he careth not for God: neipraises within the ports of the ther is God in all his thoughts. daughter of Sion ; I will re- 5 His ways are alway griejoice in thy salvation. vous : thy judgments are far
15 The heathen àre sunk above out of his fight,andthere. down in the pit that they made: I fore defieth he all his enemies.