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14 Because he hath set his , flourish; it is that they shall love upon me, therefore will be destroyed for ever: I deliver him: I will set him 8 But thou, Lord, art moft on high, because he hath high for evermore. known my name.
9 For lo, thine enemies, O 15 He shall call upon me, Lord, for lo, thine enemies and I will answer him: I shall perish : all the workers will be with him in trouble, of iniquity shall be scattered. I will deliver him, and ho- 10 But my horn shalt thou nour him.
exalt like the horn of an uni16 With long life will I corn: I shall be anointed fatisfy him, and shew him with fresh oil. my salvation.
11 Mine eye also shall PSALM XCII.
see my desire on mine ene
mies: and mine ears shall TT is a good thing to give hear my desire of the wicked I thanks unto the Lord, that rise up against me. and to sing praises unto thy! 12 The righteous shall name, O most High: Aourish like the palm-tree:
2 To shew forth thy lov- he shall grow like a cedar ing kindness in the morn-lin Lebanon. ing, and thy faithfulness every! 13 Those that be planted night:
in the house of the Lord, 2 Upon an instrument of shall Aourish in the courts of ten strings, and upon the lour God. plaltery; upon the harp with 14 They shall still bring a folemn sound.
I forth fruit in old age: they 4. For thou, Lord, hast shall be fat and flourishing. made me glad through thyl 15 To fhew that the Lord work: I will triumph in the is upright: he is my rock, works of thy hands.
and there is no unrighteous50 Lord, how great are ness in him. thy works! and thy thoughts are very deep.
Psalm XCIII. - 6 A brutish man know- THE Lord reigneth, he eth not: neither doth a fool is clothed with majefunderstand this. . . ty; the Lord is clothed with
When the wicked spring strength, wherewith he hath as the grass, and when all girded himself: the world the workers of iniquity do also is stablished, that it
cannot be moved. . we are the people of his pal
2 Thy throne is established ture, and the sheep of his of old : thou art from evert hand : to-day if ye will hear
his voice, 3. The floods have lifted 8 Harden not your heart, up, O Lord, the floods have as in the provocation, and as lifted up their voice: the in the day, of temptation in floods lift up their waves. the wilderness :
4. The Lord on high is 9 When your fathers mightier than the noise of tempted me, proved me, and many waters, yea, than the saw my work. mighty waves of the sea. 10 Forty years long was
5 Thy testimonies are|I grieved with this generavery sure: holiness becometh tion, and said, It is a people thine house, O Lord, for that do err in their heart, ever.
and they have not known
my ways. PSALM XCV..
ir Unto whom I sware Come let us sing unto in my wrath, that they
the Lord : let us make should not enter into my a joyful noise to the rock reft. of our salvation. 2 Let us come before his
PSALM XCVI. presence with thanksgiving, Sing unto the Lord a and make a joyful noise unto new sorg : fing unto him with pralms.
the Lord all the earth. 3 For the Lord is a great 2 Sing unto the Lord, God, and a great King bless his name : Thew forth above all gods.
his salvation from day to • 4 In his hand are the deep day. places of the earth: the 3 Declare his glory aîtrength of the hills is his mong the heathen, his wonalso.
ders among all people. 5 The sea is his, and he 4 For the Lord is great, made it : and his hands and greatly to be praised : he formed the dry land. Jis to be feared above all
6 0 come let us worship | gods. and bow down : let us kneel 5 For all the gods of the before the Lord our maker. nations are idols: but the 7 For he is our God, and Lord made the heavens. *
6 Honour 6 Honour and majesty are 2 Clouds and darkness are before him: strength and round about him: righteousbeauty are in his fanctuary. ness and judgment are the
7 Give unto the Lord, habitation of his throne. Oye kindreds of the people, 3 A fire goeth before him, give unto the Lord glory and and burneth up his enemies Itrength.
round about. ; ; 8 Give unto the Lord the .4. His lightnings enlightglory due unto his name, 'ened the world: the earth bring an offering, and come law and trembled. into his courts.. : The hills melted like
90 worship the Lord in wax at the presence of the the beauty of holiness : fear Lord, at the presence of the before him all the earth. Lord of the whole earth.
10 Say among the hea- 6 The heavens declare his then, that the Lord reigneth: righteousness: and all the the world also shall be esta- people see his glory. blished that it shall not be 17 Confounded be all they moved; he shall judge the that serve graven images, people righteously.
that boast themselves of idols: 1 Let the heavens re- / worship him all ye gods. . joice, and let the earth be 8 Zion heard, and was glad : let the sea roar, and glad, and the daughters of the fulness thereof.
| Judah rejoiced; because of 12 Let the field be joyful, thy judgments, O Lord. and all that is therein: then 1 9 For thou, Lord, art high shall all the trees of the wood above all the earth: thou art rejoice
exalted far above all gods. 13 Before the Lord; for 10 Ye that love the Lord, he cometh, for he cometh to hate evil : he preserveth the judge the earth : he shall souls of his saints, he deliverjudge the world with righte-eth them out of the hand of ousness, and the people with the wicked. his truth. .
11 Light is sown for the Psalm XCVII.
righteous, and gladness for
the upright in heart. THE Lord reigneth, let 12 Rejoice in the Lord,
the earth rejoice : let ye righteous: and give thanks the multitude of illes be glad at the remembrance of his thereof. ;
threds of the Caffael: all'inted loveth jicking's firength ano
!! PSALM XCVIII.
new song, for he hath the people tremble : done marvellous things : his he fitteth between the cheruright hand and his holy arm bims, let the earth be moved. hath gotten him the victory 2 The Lord is great in
2 The Lord hath made Zion, and he is high above known, his falvation : his all people. righteousness hath he openly 3 Let them praise thy shewed in the fight of the great and terrible name: fór heathen,
it is holy. 3 He hath remembered his: 4 The king's strength also mercy and his truth toward loveth judgment, thou dost the house of Israel : all the establish equity, thou exeends of the earth have feen cutest judgment and righte. the salvation of our God. ousness in Jacob.
4 Make a joyful noise un-l.: 5 Exalt ye the Lord our to the Lord, all the earth': God, and worship at his make a loud noise and re- footstool : for he is holy. joice, and sing praise. I 6 Moses and Aaron a
5 Sing unto the Lord mong his priests, and Sawith the harp, with the harp muel among them that call and the voice of a psalm. upon his name: they called
6 With trumpets and upon the Lord, and he anfound of cornet make a joy-fwereď them. ful noise before the Lord, the 7 He spake unto them in
the cloudy pillar : they kept 7 Let the fea roar, and the his testimonies, and the or... fulness thereof: the world, dinance that he gave them. and they that dwell therein. | 8 Thou answeredft" them, • 8 Let the floods clap their O Lord our God; thou waft hands : let the hills be joyful a God that forgavest them, together
though thou tookest ven9 Before the Lord; for he geance of their inventions. cometh to judge the earth: 9 Exalt the Lord our with righteousness shall he God, and worship at his hojudge the world, and the ly hill: for the Lord our people with equity. God is holy.
| 5 Whoso privily NanderPsalm C.
Jeth his neighbour, him will TAKE a joyful noise I cut off: him that hath an
I unto the Lord, all ye high look, and a proud heart, lands.
will not I suffer, 2 Serve the Lord with 6 Mine eyes shall be upon gladness : come before his the faithful of the land, that presence with singing. they may dwell with me :
3 Know ye that the Lord he that walketh in a perfect he is God, it is he that hath way, he shall serve me. made us, and not we our. 19 He that worketh deceit, selves; we are his people, shall not dwell within my and the sheep of his pasture. house : he that telleth lies,
4 Enter into his gates with shall not tarry in my fight. thanksgiving, and into his 8 I will early destroy all courts with praise: be thank- the wicked of the land : ful unto him, and bless his that I may cut off all wicked name.
doers from the city of the 5 For the Lord is good; Lord. his mercy is everlasting: and his truth endureth to all ge
PSALM CII. nerations.
N EAR my prayer, O
111 Lord, and let my cry PSALM CI. I Will sing of mercy and 2 Hide not thy face from I judgment: unto thee, O me in the day when I am
in trouble, incline thine ear 2 I will behave myself unto me: in the day when I wisely in a perfect way; O call, answer me speedily. when wilt thou come unto 3 For my days are conme? I will walk within my sumed like Imoke: and my house with a perfect heart. bones are burnt as an hearth.
3 I will set no wicked 4 My heart is smitten and thing before mine eyes : I withered like grass: so that hate the work of them that I forget to eat my bread. turn aside, it shall not cleave 5 By reason of the voice to me.
of my groaning, my bones 4 Afroward heart thall | cleave to my skin. depart from me: I will not 1 6 I am like a pelican of know a wicked person. the wilderness: I am like an
2 Hide thee.
ord, will I finunto thee, and