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PSALM 11

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the Lord unto mine enemies, fave his soul from unrighteous and to those that speak evil judges. against my soul.

20 But deal thou with me, O Lord God, according unto thy Name ; for sweet is thy T HE Lord said unto my mercy.

| Lord, Sit thou on my 21 O deliver me, for I am right hand, until I make thine helpless and poor, and my enemies thy footstool. heart is wounded within me. I 2 The Lord shall send the

22 I go hence like the sha-rod of thy power out of Sion ; dow that departeth, and am be thou ruler,even in the midst driven away as the grashopper. among thine enemies.

23 My knees are weak 3 In the day of thy power through fasting; my felh is shall the people offer thee freedried up for want of fatness. I will offerings with an holy

24 I became also a reproach worship; the dew of thy birth unto them, they that looked is of the womb of the morning. upon me, shaked their heads, 4 The Lord sware, and will

25 Help me, O Lord my not repent; thou art a priest God, O save me according to for ever after the order of thy mercy.

Melchifedech. 26 And they shall know, ! 5 The Lord upon thy right how that this is thy hand, and hand shall wound even kings that thou, Lord, halt done it. in the day of his wrath.

27 Though they curse, yet 6 He shall judge among bless thou, and let them be con- the heather, he shall fill the founded that rise up against places with the dead bodies, me, but let thy servant rejoice. and smite in funder the heads

28 Let mine adversaries be over divers countries. clothed with shame, and let 7 He shall drink of the them cover themselves with brook in the way, therefore their own confusion as with a shall he lift up his head. cloke.

29 As for me, I will give PSALM III. great thanks unto the Lord with my mouth, and praise I Will give thanks unto the him among the multitude.. I Lord with my whole heart,

30 For he shall stand at the secretly among the faithful, right hand of the poor, to and in the congregation.

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- 2 The works of the Lord arel 2 His feed shall be mighty

great, sought out of all them upon earth; the generation of that have pleasure therein. the faithful shall be blessed.

3 His work is worthy to be 3. Riches and plenteousness praised and had in honour, shall be in his house, and his and his righteousness endureth righteousness endureth for e· for ever.

ver. 4 The merciful and gracious 4 Unto the godly there aLord hath so done his marvel- riseth up light in the darkness;

lous works, that they ought he is merciful, loving, and - to be had in remembrance. righteous.

5 He hath given meat un- 5 A good man is merciful, to them that fear him; he and lendeth, and will guide

shall ever be mindful of his his words with discretion. · covenant.

6 For he shall never be - 6 He hath shewed his peo moved, and the righteous -ple the power of his works, shall be had in everlasting re· that he may give them the he- membrance. ritage of the heathen.

7 He will not be afraid of 7 The works of his hands any evil tidings; for his heart are verity and judgment; all standerh fast, and believeth in his commandments are true. the Lord.

8 They stand fast for ever 8 His heart is stablished, and and ever, and are done in will not shrink, until he fee truth and equity.

his desire upon his enemies. 9 He sent redemption unto 9 He hath dispersed abroad, his people ; he hath command- and given to the poor, and his ed his covenant for ever; holy righteousness remainech for eand reverend is his Name. ver; his horn shall be exalt

10 The fear of the Lord is ed with honour. the beginning of wisdom ; ali 10 The ungodly shall see good understanding have all it, and it shall grieve him; he they that do thereafter ; the shall gnash with his teeth, and praise of it endureih for ever. confume away; the desire of

the ungodly shall perish.

PSA L M 113. D Leffed is the man that fearD eth the Lord; he hath DRaise the Lord, ye fergreat delight in his command vants; O praise the Name ments,

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2 Blessed be the Name of 5 What aileth thee, O thous the Lord, from this time forth sea, that thou Aeddest; and for evermore.

thou Jordan, that thou wast 3 The Lord's Name is praif- driven back? ed, from the rising up of the 6 Ye mountains, that ye sun, unto the going down of skipped like rams, and ye litthe same.

4 The Lord is high above 7 Tremble, thou earth, at the all heathen, and his glory a presence of the Lord, at the bove the heavens.

presence of the God of Jacob; 5 Who is like unto the 8 Who turned the hard Lord our God, that hath his rock into a standing water, dwelling so high, and yet and the Aint-stone into a humbleth himself to behold springing well. the things that are in heaven

PSALM 115. and earth?

6 He taketh up the simple TOT unto us, O Lord, he out of the duit, and lifteth V not unto us, but unto the poor out of the mire, thy Name give the praise; for

7 That he may let him with thy loving mercy, and for thy the princes, even with the truth's sake. princes of his people. I 7 Wherefore shall the hea. Jou

8 He maketh the barren then say, Where is now their woman to keep house, and God? to be a joyful mother of chil- 3 As for our God, he is in Lor dren.

heaven; ile hath done what

foever pleased him. PSALM 114.

4 Their idols are silver and

gold, even the work of men's UITHen Israel came out of hands.

VV Egypt, and the house 5 They have mouths, and of Jacob from among the speak not; eyes have they, 150. strange people,

and see not. 2 Judah was his sanctuary, 6 They have ears, and hear and Israel his dominion. not; noses have they, and Imell

3 The sea saw that, and not. fed ; Jordan was driven back. 7 They have hands, and

4 The mountains skipped handle not ; feer, have they, like rams, and the little hills and walk not ; neither speak like young sheep. .

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8 They that make them are 2 That he hath inclined his like unto them, and so are all ear unto me, therefore will I such as put their trust in them. call upon him as long as I live.

9 But thou, house of Israel, 3 The fnares of death com: trust thou in the Lord; he is passed me round about, and their succour and defence. the pains of hell gat hold up

10 Ye house of Aaron, put on me. your trust in the Lord; he is 4 I shall find trouble and hea. their helper and defender. viness, and I will call upon the

11 Ye that fear the Lord, Name of the Lord; O Lord, I E put your trust in the Lord; he beseech thee, deliver my soul. 5 is their helper and defender. 5 Gracious is the Lord, and

12 The Lord hath been righteous; yea, our God is mindful of us, and he shall bless merciful. us; even he shall bless the 6 The Lord preserveth the

house of Israel, he shall bless fimple; I was in misery, and i the house of Aaron.

he helped me. . 13 He shall bless them that 7 Turn again then unto thy fear the Lord, both small and rest, O my soul, for the Lord great.

hath rewarded thee. 14 The Lord shall'increase 8 And why? thou hast deliyou more and more, you and vered my soul from death, * your children.

mine eyes from tears, and my 15 Ye are the blessed of the feet from falling. Lord, who made heaven and I will walk before the Lord, e earth.

in the land of the living.. 16 All the whole heavens are 10 I believed, and therefore the Lord's; the earth hath he will I speak, but I was fore è given to the children of men. troubled; I said in my harte,

17 The dead praise not thee, All men are liars. O Lord ; neither all they that 11 What reward shall I give go down into filence. unto the Lord, for all the be

18 But we will praise the inefits that he hath done unto Lord, from this time foreh me? forevermore. Praise the Lord. 12 I will receive the cup of

saivation, and call upon the PSALM 116.

Name of the Lord.
I Am well pleased, that the I will pay my vows now

I Lord hath heard the voice in the prefence of all his peoi of my prayer. .

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2 Blessed be the Name of 5 What aileth thee, O the Lord, from this time forth fea, that thou fleddest; for evermore,

thou Jordan, that thou 3 The Lord's Name is prais- driven back ? ed, from the rising up of the 6 Ye mountains, ti sun, unto the going down of Kipped like rams, and. the same.

tle hills like young shet; 4 The Lord is high above 7 Tremble, thou earth. all heathen, and his glory a presence of the Lord, bove the heavens.

I presence of the Godo 5 Who is like unto the 8 Who turned i Lord our God, that hath his rock into a standin dwelling so high, and yet and the Aint-stone humbleih himself to behold | springing well. the things that are in heaven and earth?

PSALM i 6 He taketh up the simple TOT unto us, out of the duit, and lifteth I not unto 15 the poor out of the mire, thy Name give th:

7 That he may fet him with thy loving mercy, the princes, even with the truth's sake. princes of his people.

Wherefore 8 He maketh the barren then say, Where woman to keep house, and God? to be a joyful mother of chil- 3 As for our dren.

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soever plan: PSALM 114.

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gold, even 1 U Hen Israel came out of hands.

Egypt, and the house 5 They of Jacob from among the speak no: strange people,

and see r 2 Judah was his fanctuary, 6 Th. and Israel his dominion. not; na

3 The sea saw that, and not. fed ; Jordan was driven back.

4 The mountains skipped ha: like rams, and the little hills like young sheep.

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Thou are

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