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all the earth.
tions he hath made in the 17 I will make thy name earth. to be remembered in all ge- 9 He maketh wars to. nerations : therefore shall the cease unto the end of the people praise thee for ever earth, he breaketh the bow, and ever.
and cutteth the spear in fun
der, he burneth the chariot Psalm XLVI.
in the fire.
ro Be still, and know that M OD is our refuge and I am God: I will be exalted
J strength, a very pre among the heathen, I will sent help in trouble.
be exalted in the earth. 2 Therefore will not we 11 The Lord of hosts is fear, though the earth be re- with us, the God of Jacob moved, and though the is our refuge. Selah. mountains be carried into the midst of the sea.
Psalm XLVII. 3 Though the waters there Clap your hands, all of roar, and be troubled, ye people, shout unto though the mountains shake God with the voice of triwith the swelling thereof. umph : Selah.
2 For the Lord most high 4 There is a river, the is terrible; he is a great King streams whereof shall make over all the earth. glad the city of God: the 3 He shall subdue the holy place of the tabernacles people under us, and the of the most High.
nations under our feet. 5 God is in the midst of 4 He shall choose our inher; she shall not be moved: heritance for us, the excelGod shall help her, and that lency of Jacob whom he right early.
loved. Selah.. 6.The heathen raged, the 5 God is gone up with a kingdoms were moved : he shout, the Lord with the uttered his voice, the earth sound of a trumpet. melted.
16 Sing praises to God, 7 The Lord of hosts is fing praises : fing praises unwith us, the God of Jacob to our King, fing praises. is our refuge. Selah.
7 For God is the King of : 8 Come, behold the works all the earth, sing ys praises of the Lord, what desola- with understanding."
8 God reigneth over thes for ever, and not see corrupheathen: God fitteth upon tion. the throne of his holiness. 10 For he feeth that wise
9 The princes of the peo- men die, likewise the foo! ple are gathered together, and the brutish person peeven the people of the God rish, and leave their wealth of Abraham : for the shields to others. of the earth belong unto II Their inward thought God: he is greatly exalted. is, that their houses all con
tinue for ever, and their Psalm XLIX. dwelling-places to all gene.
rations; they call their lands ITEAR this, all ye peo- after their own names.
Hl ple, give ear all ye in-1 12 Nevertheless, man behabitants of the world: ing in honour, abideth not:
2 Both low and high, he is like the beasts that perich and poor together. rish.
3 My mouth fhall speak 13 This their way is their of wisdom : and the inedita- folly; yet their posterity aption of my heart shall be of prove their sayings. Se
lah. 4 I will incline mine ear] 14 Like sheep they are to a parable ; I will open my laid i'n the grave, death shall dark saying upon the harp. | feed on them; and the up
5 Wherefore should I fear right shall have dominion in the days of evil, when the over them in the morning, iniquity of my heels shall and their beauty shall concompass me about? fume in the grave, from
6 They that trust in their their dwelling. wealth, and boast themselves 15 But God will redeem in the multitude of their my soul from the power of riches :
the grave; for he shall re7 None of them can by ceive me. Selah.. any means redeeem his bro- 16 Be not thou afraid ther, nor give to God a ran- when one is made rich, som for him:.
when the glory of his house 8 (For the redemption of is increased." their soul is precious, and it 17 For when he dieth, he ceaseth for ever.)
shall carry nothing away: 9 That he should still live his glory shall not descend
tion of mding.
mine ear und in the gram and the
1 I will testify against thee : I 18 Though while he lived, am God, even thy God. he blessed his soul: and men 8 I will not reprove thee will praise thee, when thou for thy sacrifices, or thy burntdoeft well to thyself. . offerings to have been conti
19 He shall go to the ge-nually before me. neration of his fathers, they 9 I will take no bullock shall never see light
out of thy house, nor he-goats 20 Man that is in honour, out of thy folds. and understandeth not, is 10 For every beast of the like the beasts that perish. forest is mine, and the cattle
upon a thousand hills. Psalm L.
11 I know all the fowls of
the mountains : and the wild T HE mighty God, even beasts of the field are mine,"
1 the Lord hath spoken, 12 If I were hungry, I and called the earth, from would not tell thee, for the the rising of the sun unto the world is mine, and the fulness going down thereof.
thereof. 2 Out of Zion, the per- 13 Will I eat the Aesh of fection of beauty, God hath bulls, or drink the blood of fhined. . .
goats ? 3 Our God shall come, 14. Offer unto God and fhall not keep silence: a thanksgiving, and pay thy fire shall devour before him, vows unto the most High.' and it shall be very tempef- 15 And call upon me in tuous round about him. the day of trouble ; I will de
4 He shall call to the hea- liver thee, and thou shalt vens from above, and to the glorify me. earth, that he may judge his 16' But unto the wicked people.
God faith, What hast thou 5 Gather my faints toge- to do to declare my statutes, ther unto me: those that have or that thou shouldest take my made a covenant with me by covenant in thy mouth? facrifice.
17 Seeing thou hatest in. 6 And the heavens shall | ftruction, and castest my declare his righteousness : for words behind thee.. God is judge himself. Selah. 18 When thou fawest'a 7-7 Hear, O my people, and thief, then thou confentcdst I will speak; Ó Ifrael, and with him, and haft been pare
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taker taker with adulterers.... evil in thy fight : that thou
19 Thou givest thy mouth mightest be justified when to evil, and thy tongue thou speakest, and be clear frameth deceit.
when thou judgest. 20 Thou sittest and speak- 5 Behold, I was shapen in est against thy brother; thou iniquity; and in fin did my slanderest thine own mother's mother conceive me. fon.
6 Behold, thou desirest 21 These things hast thou truth in the inward parts: done, and I kept silence: thou and in the hidden part thou thoughtest that I was altoge- fhalt make me to know wifther such an one as thyself: dom. but I will reprove thee, and 7 Purge me with hyssop, fet them in order before thine and I shall be clean: wash eyes,
me, and I shall be whiter than 22 Now consider this, ye snow. that forget God, lest I tear & Make me to hear joy you in pieces, and there be and gladness : that the bones none to deliver. , which thou hast broken may
23 Whoso offereth praise, rejoice. glorifieth me: and to him. 9 Hide thy face from my that ordereth his conversation fins; and blot out all mine aright, will I shew the falva- liniquities. tion of God.
io Create in me a clean PSALM LI.
heart, O God; and renew
a right fpirit within me. T TAVE mercy upon me, 11 Cast me not away from M o God, according to thy presence; and take not thy loving kindness : accord-thy holy spirit from me. ing unto the multitude of thy 12 Restore unto me the tender mercies blot out myljoy of thy falvation : and uptranfgressions.
hold me with thy free spirit. 2 Wash me throughly 13 Then will I teach transfrom mine iniquity, and greffors thy ways, and finners cleanse me from my lin. Ihall be converted unto thee.
3 For I acknowledge my 14 Deliver me from blood. transgressions: and my fin is guiltiness, O God, thou Go ever before me.
of my salvation : and my 4 Against thee, thee only tongue fhall sing aloud of have I linned, and done this thy righteousness.
15 O Lord,
account thy can'rit withind renen
( 15 O Lord, open thou my iniquity no knowledge? who lips, and my mouth shall shew eat up my people as they eat forth thy praise.
bread; they have not called , 16 For thou desirest not upon God. facrifice, else would I give it: 5 There were they in thou delightest not in burnt-great fear, where no fear was: offering.
| For God hath scattered the 17 The sacrifices of God bones of him that encampeth are a broken fpirit: a broken against thee, thou hast put and a contrite heart, O God, them to shame, because God thou wilt not despise. Thath despised them. · 18 Do good in thy good 6 O that the salvation of pleasure unto Zion : build Israel were come out of Zion! thou the walls of Jerusalem. when God bringeth back the
19 Then shalt thou be captivity of his people, Jacob pleased with the sacrifices of shall rejoice, and Ifrael shall righteousness, with burnt- be glad. offering, and whole burnt
PSALM LVII. offering: then shall they offer bullocks upon thine ID E merciful unto me, O altar.
B God, be merciful unto
me, for my soul trusteth in Psalm LIII.
thee : yea, in the shadow of T HE fool hath said in thy wings will I make my re
T his heart, There is no fuge, until these calamities be God; corrupt are they, and overpast. have done abominable ini. 2 I will cry unto God quity : there is none that do- most high: unto God that eth good.
I performeth all things for me, 2 God looked down from 3 He shall send from heaheaven upon the children of ven, and save me from the remen, to see if there were any proach of him that would that did understand, that did swallow me up; Selah. God seek God. .
| shall send forth his mercy and 3 'Every one of them is his truth. . gone back, they are altoge- 4 My soul is among lions, . ther become filthy; there is and I lie even among them none that doeth good, no not that are set on fire, even the one,
fons of men, whose teeth are 4. Have the workers of spears and arrows, and their