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the stranger spoil his labour. 13 Through God we shall do II Let there be no man to great acts, and it is he that pity him ; nor to have comthall tread down our enemies. pallion upon his fatherless

children. PSALM 109.

12 Let his posterity be deLJ Old not thy tongue, Ostroyed, and in the next ge11 God of my praise; for neration let his name be clean the mouth of the ungodly, yea, put out. the mouth of the deceitful is 13 Let the wickedness of opened upon me.

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gainst me with false tongues; Lord, and let not the sin of they compassed me about al. his mother be done away. fo with words of hatred, and 14 Let them alway be befought against me without a fore the Lord, that he may cause.

root out the memorial of them 3 For the love that I had from off the earth; unto them, lo, they take now 15 And that, because his my contrary part; but I give mind was not to do good; but myself unto prayer.

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1 16 His delight was in curf5. Set thou an ungodly man ing, and it shall happen unto to be ruler over him, and let him; he loved not blessing, Satan stand at his right hand. therefore shall it be far from

6 When sentence is given him. - upon him, let him be con- 17 He clothed himself with

demned, and let his prayer cursing, like as with a raibe turned into fin.

ment, ar.d it shall come into 7 Let his days be few, and his bowels like water, and let another take his office.. like oil into his bones.

8 Let his children be fa- 18 Let it be unto him as the therless, and his wife a widow. cloke that he hath upon him,

9 Let his children be vaga- and as the girdle that he is hondendo una bonds, and beg their bread; alway girded withal.

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33 Who turneth the floods PSALM 108. into a wilderness, and drieth up the water-springs.

God, my heart is ready, 34 A fruitful land maketh my heart is ready; I he barren, for the wickedness will sing and give praise with of them that dwell therein. the beit member that I have.

35 Again, he maketh the 2 Awake, thou lute and wilderness a standing water, harp ; I myself will awake and water-Springs of a dry right early. ground.

3 I will give thanks unto 36 And there he setteth the thee, O Lord, among the peohungry, that they may build ple; I will sing praises unto them a city to dwell in thee among the nations.

37 That they may fow their 4 For thy mercy is greater land, and plant vineyards, to than the heavens, and thy yield them fruits of increase. truth reacheth unto the clouds.

38 He blesseth them, fol 5 Set up thyself, O God, that they multiply exceeding above the heavens, and thy ly, and suffereth not their cat- glory above all the earth. tle to decrease.

T6 That thy beloved may be 39 And again, when they delivered, let thy right hand are-minished and brought low, save them, and hear thou me. through oppression, through 7 God hath spoken in his any plague or trouble; holiness; I will rejoice there.

40 Though he suffer them fore, and divide Sichem, and to be evil intreated through mete out the valley of Succoth, tyrants, and let them wander 8 Gilead is mine, and Maout of the way in the wilder- nasses is mine; Ephraim also ness;

is the strength of my head. 41 Yet helpeth he the poor 9 Judah is my law.giver, out of misery, and maketh him Moab is my wash-pot; over housholds like a flock of sheep. Edom will I cast out iny shoe;

42 The righteous will con-. upon Philistia will I triumph. sider this and rejoice, and the 10 Who will lead me into mouth of all wickedness shall the strong city, and who will be stopped.

bring ine into Edom? 43 Whoso is wise will pon- I Haft not thou forsaken der these things, and they us, O God, and wilt not thou, shall understand the loving- O God, go forth with our kindness of the Lord. hosts?

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12 O help us against the , 10 Let the extortioner conenemy; for yain is the help of sume all that he hath, and let man.

the stranger spoil his labour. 13 Through God we shall do II Let there be no man to great acts, and it is he that pity him ; nor to have comThall tread down our enemies. passion upon his fatherless

children. PSALM 109.

I 12 Let his posterity be de. old not thy tongue, o stroyed, and in the next geI1 God of my praise; for neration let his name be clean, the mouth of the ungodly, yea, put out. the mouth of the deceitful is 13 Let the wickedness of opened upon me,

his fathers be had in remem2 And they have spoken a-brance in the sight of the 7 gainst me with false tongues; Lord, and let not the sin of

they compassed me about al. his mother be done away. E so with words of hatred, and 14 Let them alway be be

fought against me without a fore the Lord, that he may caule.

root out the memorial of them 3 For the love that I had from off the earth; unto them, lo, they take now 15 And that, because his my contrary part; but I give mind was not to do good, but myself unto prayer.

persecuted the poor helpless 4 Thus have they rewarded man, that he might slay him i me evil for good, and hatred that was vexed at the heart. for my good will.

16 His delight was in curf5 Set thou an ungodly man ing, and it shall happen unto i to be ruler over him, and let him; he loved not blessing, Satan stand at his right hand. therefore shall it be far from

6 When sentence is given him. upon him, let him be con- 17 He clothed himself with - demned, and let his prayer cursing, like as with a raibe turned into sin.

ment, ar.d it shall come into 7 Let his days be few, and his bowels like water, and 5 let another take his office.. like oil into his bones.

8 Let his children be fa- 18 Let it be unto him as the therless, and his wife a widow. cloke that he hath upon him,

9 Let his children be vaga- and as the girdle that he is :: bonds, and beg their bread; alway girded withal. - let them seek it also out of 19 Let it thus happen from defolate places.

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