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PSA L. LXVII.
Gods cbofen blefed.
Davids vow. I B7 terrible things in tighteousness, 14 Which my lips beve uttered, and wilt thou answer us, o God of our 1alva: my mouth bath spoken when I was in tion : wbo art the confidence of all the trouble. ends of the carth, and of them that are 15 I will offer unto thee burnt-facris afar off upon the sea,
fices of fatlings, with the incense of .6 Which by his strength retteth faft the rams: I will offer bullocks with goats, mountains, being girded with power. Selah.
7 Which Milleth the noise of the reas, 16 Come and hear, all ye that fear God, the noise of their waves, and the tumult and I will declare what be hath dogs for of the people.
my soul. 8 They also that dwell in the uttermott. 191 cryed unto him with my mouth, and parts are afraid at thy tokens : thou ma- he was extolled with my toogue. keft the out-goings of the morning and _ 18 If I regard iniquity in my heart: the evening to rejoice.
LORD will not hear me. 9 Thou visiteft the carth ; and watereft, 19 But yeşily God hath heard me: it: thou greatly enrichest it with the river he hath attended to the voice of my prayof God wbisb is full of water : tbou pre- er. parest them coro, when thou haft so pro- 20 Blessed be God, which hath not vided for it,
turned away my prayer, nor his merey | 10 Thou watereft the ridges thereof from me. abundantly,tbou settleft the furrows thereof: thou makeft it soft with showers, 14 prayer for sho enlargment of Gods kingthou bletfelt the Springing thereof.
dom, 3 totbe joy of tbe people. MI Thou crownelt the year with thy I To the chief Musician on Negingth, goodness, and thy paths drop fatness.
A Pfalm or Song. 12 They drop-upon the pattures of the C OD be merciful unto us, and bless wilderness: and the little hills rejoice on U us: and cause his face to shine upon every fide.
us. Selah. 2 The pastures are cloathed with 2 That thy way may be koown upon focks, the valleys also are covered over earth, thy faving bealch among all nawith corn; they Shout for joy, they also tions. kng.
3. Let the people praise thee, O God: let PSA L. LXVI.,
all the people praise thee. i David exbortetb to praise God, 5
40 let the Dations be glad and fing for fer ve bis works, 8 to bless him.
joy ; for thou shalt judge the people 9 To the chiet Mulician, A Song righteoudy, and govern the nations upon or Pialm.
carth, Sejab. M ake a joyful noise upto God, all ye Let the people praise thee, O God, let IV lands,
all the people praise thee. 2 Sing forth the honour of his Name : Tben tall the carth yeild her increase: make his praile glorious:
and God; wen our own God shall bless 3: Say unto God, how terrible art tbox us. in thy works ! through the greatness of .7 God shall bless us, and all the ends of thy power shall thine enemies fubmit the earth thall fear him. themselvesunto thee.
PSA L. LXVIII. All the earth shall worship thee, and I A prayer at tbe removing of tbe myk. mall fing unto thee, they shal'ling to thy I To the chief Musician, A Pralm Name. Selah.
Or Song of David. 5 Come and see the works of God: be.is T Et God arise, let his enemies be icaterrible in bis doing toward the children L tered :let them also that hate him. of men.
Hee before him. 6 He turned the sea into dry land : thcy2 As smoak is driven away, so drive went through the flood on foot, there did tbem away ; as wax melteth before the fire, we rejoice in tim.
so let the wicked perith at the presence of 7 He ruleth by his power for ever, his Gode eyes bchold the pations :: let not the rebel- 3 But let the righteous be glad : let them lious exalt themselves. Selah.
rejoice before God, yea let them exceed80 bless our God, ye people, and mak ingly rejoice. the voice of his praise to be beard.
Sing unto God, fiog praises to his 9 Which holdeth our foul in life, and Name ; extol him that rideth upon the fuffereth not our feet to be moved. heavens by his Name ) A Hi and rejoice
To For thou, O God, haft proved us; before him. thou hast tried us, as filver is tried. 5. A father of the fatherless, and a judge
u Thou broughtest us into the pet, of the widows, is God in bis holy habitathou laidft affli&ion upon our loins, tion,
12 Thou haft caused men to ride over 6 God fetteth the solitary in families: our heads, we went through fire and be bringeth out thole which are bound through water : but thou broughtest us out with chains, but the rebellious dwCII PO into a wealthy place,
a dry land. 13 I will go into thy house with burnt. offerings, I will pay thee my vows,
10 God, when thou westck forth be
and great works fore thy people, when thou didi march the multitude of the bulls, with the calves through the wilderncis, Selah.
of the people, till very one Submit himself 8 Tbc earth fhook, the heavens also with pieces of silver, scatt a thou the peodropped at the presence of God; even ple sbat delight in war, Sinai it self was moved at the prereáce of _ 31 Princcs Thall come out of Egypt: God, the God of Israel.
Ethiopia shall foon ftretch out her bands 9 Thou, o God, didit rend a picotifal unto God : rain, whereby thou didft confirm thine 10. 32 Şing upto God, ye kingdoms of the heritance, when it was weary.
earth, o fing prailes unto the LORD, 10 Thy congregation bath dwelt there. Selah. in, thou, o God, halt prepared of thy 33 To him that rideth upon the heavens goodpers for the poor.
of heavens, w bieb wera of old, lo, be doth II The LORD gave the word, great was send out his voice, and tbat a mighty the company of those that published it. voice.
12 Kings of armies did Ace apace, and 34 Aferibe ye strength uoto God, his the that carried athome, divided thespoil, excellency is over Ifrael, and his strength
13 Though ye have died among the pots, is in the clouds, yot fball ye be as the wings of a dove co- 35 O God, obou art terrible out of thy vered with Glver, and her feathers with holy places, the God of Israel is he that yellow gold :
giveth strength and power unto bis people: 14 Wneə the Almighty scattered kings blested be God. io it, it was wbite as fnow in Salmon :
PSA L. LXIX. 25 The hill of God is as the bill ofBa. David complainetb of bis affliation. 12 Ihan, an high bill as the bill of Bathao. He prayeth fordeliverance:22 He devotetb
16 Wby leap ye, ye high bills ? tbis is bis enemies to destruction, the bill wleisbGod delireth to dwell in, yea I To the chief Musician upon Shoshappim the LORD will dwell in it for ever.'
APfalm of David. 1 The chariots of God are twenty Ave me, O God, for the waters are thousand, cuen thousands of angels; the come in unto my loul. LORD is anuong them as in Sidai, in the 21 link in deep inire, where there is no holy place.
standing, I am come into deep wate 13, 18 Thou hast ascended on high, thou where the floods overflow me. haft led captivity captive: thou haft recei- I am weary of my crying, my throat ved gifts for men; yea, for the rebellious is dried ; mine c) es fail while I wait for also, that the LORD God might dwell as my God. mong them.
'4 They that hate me without a cause.are 19 Blessed be the LORD, wbo daily load more than the hairs of mine head; they eth us with benefits, quen the God of our that would destroy me, being miné enefalvation, Selah.
mies wrongfully, are mighty ; then I relto. 20. He that is our God, is the God of red tbat which I took not away salvation : ad unto God the LORDbelong 50 God thou kooweit my foolishnels; the Iflues from death:
and my Gos are not hide from thee. 21 But God fall wound the head of bis 6 Let not them thar wait on tbec, O enemies, sod the hairy scalp of such a ope LORD God of hoits, be afhamed for my as goeth on still in his treipaffes.
fake ; let not those that seek u.ee, becog22 The LORD said, I will bring again founded for my fake, O God of Israel. from Bathao, I wiil bring my people again 7 Becaule for thy fake I have bord refrom the dopods of the sca:
proach,lbame bath covered my face. 23 That shy foot may be dipped in the 81 Am become a stranger upto my bre. blood ostbind enemies, and the tongue of thren, and an aliaat unto my mothers chil. thy dogs in the same :
? dren, 14 They have leen thy goings. O God, For the zeal ofthine house hath eaten even the goings of iny God, my King, ip me up; and the reproaches of them that the fanctuary.
reproached thce, are fallen upon me, 25 The fingers went before, the players 1o When I wept, and sbalined my soul on instruments followed after; amongit with fatting, that was to my reproach), ibem were the damsels playing with time in I made sackcloth allo my garments brels.
13 and I became a proverb to them. 26 Bless ye God in the congregacions, 12. They, that it in the gate, Speak cuen the LORD, from the fountain of irá against me, and I was the song of the rael, wo
drunkards. 27 There is little Benjamin witb their 13 But as for me, my prayer isunto thee, rnler, the princes of Judan and their CORO O LORD, in an acceptable cime: O God ci!, the prioces of Zebulun, and the prio- in the multitude of thy mercy hear me, io . ces of Naphtali. )
or the truth of thy salvation. 28 Tny God hath commanded thy 14. Deliver me out of the mire, and let Itrength, Aureogthen, O God, that wbich me not fink, let me be delivered from thou hast wrought for os.
them that hate me, and out of the deep 129 Because of thy temple at Jerusalem, waters, fhall kings bring presents unto thee. 15. Let not the water-flood ovsrflow me, 30 Rebuke the company of spear-med,
Davids conftaney. acither let the deep swallow me op, andlet 3 Let them be turned back for a reward oot the pit ihut her mouth upon me.
of their thame that fay, Aha, aha. 16 Hear me, O LORD, for thy loving.' 4 Let all thofe that seek thee, rejoice kindness is good : turn unto me according and be glad in thee, and let such as love? to the multitude of thy tender mercies. thy falvation, say continually, Let God be:
17 And hide not thy face from thy rer. magnified. vant, for I am in trouble, hear me speed ity. 5 But I am poor and needy, make batte
18 Draw oigh un to my fool, and redeem unto me, ОGod: thou art my help and my it, deliver me because of mirc coemies, deliverer, O LORD, make no tarrying. 19 Thou hast known my refroach, and
PSA L. LXXI. my Thame, and my dishonour,mine adver- IDavid in confidence of faitb and experience saries are all before thee.
of Gods favour prayeth botb for bimself, 20 Reproach hath broken my heart again it tbe chemies of bis soul. 14 He and I am full of heavinefs, and I looked promifitb confiancy. 17 He praifeib God, for some to take pity, but there was 00nc and promisetb 10 do it cbierfully. and for comforters, hut I found ton. IN thee, OʻLORD, do I put my trust,let
21 They gave me allo gall for my mcat, I me never be put to confusion. and in my thirst they gave me vinegar to2 Deliver me in thy righteousness, and drink.
caute me to eleapc, incline thine carunto 22 Let their table become a snare be- me and save me. fore them ; and tbat ubicbfboula bave been 3 Be thou my ftrorg habitation, where. for tbeir welfare,let it become a trap. unto I may continually resort, thou haft
23 Let their cyes be darkned that they given commandment to save me, for thou see not, and make their loios continually art my rock and my fortress. to thake,
4 Leliver me, my God, out of the 24 Pour oat thine indignation upon hand of the wicked, out of the hand of the them, and let thy wrathful anger take uprighteous and ctuel mao. hold of them.
5 For thou art my hope, O LORD God, 25 Let their habitation be defolate, and thou art my truit from my youth. ; let none dwell in their tents.
6 By thee have I beco holdeo up from 25 For they persecute bim wbom thou the womb, thou art he that took me out of hatt smitted, and they talk to the grief of my mothers bowels, my praise shall be conthose whom thou haft wounded." tinually of thee.
27 Add iniquity to their iniquity į and I'am as a wonder usto many, but let them not come into thy righteousness. thou art my firong refuge.
28 Let them be blotted out of the book 8 Let my mouth be filled witb thy of the living, and not be written with the praise, and witb thy honour all the day.' righteous.
9 Calt me not off in the time of oldage. 29 But I am poor and sorrowful : let forsake me not when my ftrength faileth. thylalvation, O God, fet mc upon high. 1o For mine enemics 1peak against me,
30 l will praise the Name of God with and they that lay wait for my foul, take a song, and will magoifis him with thanks- couniel together, giving.
1! Saying, God hath forsaken him: 37 ibis also Mall please the LORD bet persecute and take him, for tbere is none ter than 20 ox or bullock that back borns to deliver bim. and books,
1 2 O God, be not far from me : O my 22 The tumble shall see tbis, and be God, make hatte for my help. glad, and your heart fall live that seek 13 Let them be confounded and consumGod.
ed, that are adversaries to my soul : let 33 For the LORD heareth the poor, and them be covered witb reproach and difho-' derpireth not his prisoners,
ncur that seek my hurt. 34 Let the heaven and earth praise him, 14 But I will hope continually, and will the reas, and every thiog that moveth yet praisc thee more and more.. tbereid.
15 My mouth thall thew forth thy righ35 For God will save Sion, and will teouldels, and thy salvation all the day, build the cities of Judah ; that they may for I know not the numbers tbereof. dwell there, and bave it in poffeffion. i 16 I will go in the strength of tbe LORD
36 The feed allo of his fervant fhall. GOD:1 will make mention of thy rigtiinberit it; and they that love his Name (çousness, evin of thine only. Mall dwell therein.
120 God, thou had taught me from PSA L. LXX.
my youth, and hitherto bave I declared David folicitet God to the speedy destruction thy wondrous works.
of tbe wicked, and preservation of the 1& Now also when I an old and gray: godly.
headed, O God, forsake me not : until I To the chief MuGciad, A palm of Da. bave thewed thy strength unto this gone..
vid, to bring to remembrance. ration, and thy power to every one 164 M ake bette, O God, todeliver me:makc is to come. V haute to help me, OLORD.
19 Thy righteousness alre, O a Let them be alhamed and coo founded very high, whe baft donc great things : 0
at leek alter my loul: let them be tuca- God, who is bke octo thee ? define my hust, 2018 pat to cootu God, thas 20 TOON wbicb halt thewed me great
ed backward, and pat to cootu hon, was
Davids prager for Solomon. Psalms. Tbe wickets prosperity. and fore troubles, fhalt quicken me again, 17 His name shall endare for ever ; his and shalt bring me up again from the game Mall be continued as long as the depths of the earth.
sun, and men shall be blessed in him; all 21 Thou shalt increase my greatness, nations shall call him bleffed. and comfort me on every side.
18 Blessed be the LORD God, the God 22 I will also praise thee with the psal- of Ifrael, who only doth wondrous tery, even thy trutb,o my God: unto thec thinge will I sing with the harp, thou holy One19 And blessed be his glorous Name for of Israel.
ever, and let the whole earth be filled with 23 My lips shall greatly rejoice when I his glory, Amen, and amco, log unto thee : and my soul which thou 20 The prayers of David the son of Jelle bait redeemed.
in are ended. 24 My tongue also shall talk of thy righteousnels all the day long : for they
PS A L. LXXIII. arc confcorded, for they are brought unto Thame, that seek my hurt.
i Tbe propbet prevailing in a temptation 2 PSAL. LXXII.
Shewetb the occafion tbereof, tbe profperity i David proging for Solomon, Joewetb tbe
of the picked.13 Tbewoundgiven thereby, goodness and glory of his kingdom in type diffidence 15 Tbe vi&ory over it, knoboa and in truth of Chrifts kingdom. 18
ledge of Gods purpose, in deftroying of tbe bleflet God
wicked, and Sufaining the righteous, A palm for Solomon,
1 A psalm of Arapb. olve the kiog thy judgments, O God, T Ruly "God is good to Israel, even to G and thy rigătoouinci's upto the kings 1 such as are of a clean heart. fon.
7 But as for me, my feet were almost 1 He fall judge thy people with righ gone, my steps had well nigh dipt. teousness, and thy poor with judgment. 3 For'I was envions at the foolish, wben
2 The mountains shall bring peace to I saw the prosperity of the wicked. me people, and the little hills by righ 4 For there are no bands in their death: teoulocís.
but their strength is firm. 4. He thall judge the poor of the peo 5 They are not in trouble as otber meo : ple, he shall save the abildren of the neither are they plagued like other men. beedy, and shall break in picces the op- 6 Therefore pride compasseth them 2preffor,
hout as a chain : violence covereth them They fball fear thee as long as the sun ma garment. . and moað endure, throughout all geocra- 7 Their eyes A and out with fatners ; tions.
they have more than heart could wild, 6 He shall come down like raio upon 8 They are corrupt and speak wicked. the moweo grals: as thowcts that wately concerning opprcftion: they speak lof. the earth.
7lo bis days shall the righteous flourish: 9 They set their mouth against the hes. and abandance of peace so long as the veos, and their toogue walketh drough moon endureth.
the cardh. 8 He shall bave dominion also from rea 10 Therefore his people return hither ; to sea, and from the river upto the ends of and waters of a full sup are wrong out to the earth.
cm. 9 They that dwell in the wildernera Mall 11 And they say, How doth God know? bow before bim: and his cocmics Thali and is there foowledge in the most High? liek the duft.
12 Behold, there are the ungodly, who 1o The kings of Tarshish and of the illes prosper in the world, they increase in hall bring presents : the kings of Sheba, riches. and Seba ihall offer gifts.
Verily, I have cleansed my heart in 1 Yca, all kings Thall fall down befos
paip, and washed my hands in innocency: him; all nations shall serve him.
14 For all the day Jong have I been 12 For he shall deliver the ocedy when plagued, and cha&coed every morning. he crieth : the poor also, aod him that is if I say, I will speak thus: bebold, hath no helper..
I should offend against the generation of 13 Hc mall spare thc poor and needy, thy children.. aod' ihall save the souls of the needy. " 16 When I thought to know this, it was * 14He shall redeem their foulfrom deceit too painful for me, and violence : and precious thall their i Until I went into the sanctuar blood be in his fight,
God; then understood I their end. 15 And he shall live, and to him thall 18 Surely thou didst let them in flippery be given of the gold of Sheba, prayer also places , thou caleft them down uaco deshall be made for him continually, and struction, äaily ball ke be praised.
19 How are they brougbe into desolation, 16 There shall be an handful of corn as ma moment! they arc utterly consumed in the carthupon the top of the mountains, with terrors. the fruit thereof ihall thake like Lebanon, 20 As a dream when one awaketk:So 0 and tboy of the city Hall Hourish like grass LORD, when thou a wakeit, thou ibalt deof the carth,
Tbe sanktuary defolate. Praims. The propbets thankfulnes. 21 Thus may beart was grieved, and I 15 Thou didk cleave the fountain and was pricked in my reins.
the flood : thou dricdít up mighty rivers. 22 So foolish was I and ignorant :1 16 The day is thine, the Dight al fo is was as a beat before thee.
thine; thou haft prepared the light and 23. Nevertheless, I am continually with the sun : thee; thou haft holded me by my rigbt 17 Thou haft set all the borders of the hand,
carth : thou baft made summer and w 1024 Thou thalt guide me with thy coun- ter : fel, and afterward receive me to glory. 18 Remember this, tbat the enemy hath
25 Whom have I in heaven but thee? reproached, O LORD, and tbat the foolish and tbere is none upon carth tbat I defire people have blafphemed thy Name. beGdes thee.
, 19 O deliver not the soul of thy turtle26 My felh and my heart faileth ; but dove unto the multitude of tbe wicket, God is the Grength of my heart, and my forget not the congregation of thy poor portion for ever.
for ever: 27 For lo, they that are far from thee, 20 Have respect unto the covenant : for Thall perish: thog haft destroyed all them the dark places of the earth are full of the that go'a whoring from thee:
habitations of cruelty, 28 But it is good for me to draw near 21 let not the oppreffed return 2to God: I have put my trust in the LORD thamed: let the poor and needy praise God, that I may declare all thy works. thy Name: PSA L. LXXIV.
12 Arise, God, plead thine own cause, 1 Tbs propbet complainetb of tbe defolation remember how the foolih man reproach
of the Sanctuary to He inovelb God to eth thee daily : * belp in consideration of bis power. 18 of 23 Forget not the voice of thine enebis reproachtul enemies, of bis cbildren, mies: the tumult of those that rise up a. and of bis covenant.
gainst thee, increaseth continually.
PSA L. LXXV.
ev er? wb, doth thine anger smoke to judge uprightly, 4 be rebuketb tbe against the fncep of thy pasture?
proud. 2 Remember thy congregation wbicb
To the chief Musician Al-tarehith, thou haft purchased of old; the rod of
A Plalm or Soog of Afaph, thine inheritance pobicb thou hast redeem
17 N:o thee, O God, do we give thanks, ed, this mount Zion wherein thou haft y unto tbee do we give thanks : for dwelt.
*** at thy Nanie is near, thy wondrous works 3 Lift up thy feet unto the perpetual declarc. -desolations : ewen all that the enomy hath 2When Ifall receive the congregation, done wiekedly in the sapetuary.
I will judge uprighcly : 4 Thinc enemies roar in the midst of 3 The carth and all the inhabitants thị congregations : they set up their ena thereof are diffolved: I bear up the pil. signs for figns,
lars of it, Selah. 5. A man was famous according 28 be 41 raid unto the fools, Deal not foolhad lifted up axes upon the thick trees. lishly ; and to the wicked, lift got up
6 But now they break down the carved the horo : work thereof at once, with axes and ham- 5 Lift not up your born on high : Speak mers.
not with a fiff.oeck.. 7 They have cast fire into thy fan&tua. 6 For promotion comet b neither from ry, thy have defiled by cafting down the the east, nor from the wcft, nor from the dwelling-place of thy Name to the southi. ground.
7 But God is the judge: he putteth down 8 They said in their hearts, Let us de. one, 20d fetteth up another." Itroy them together ; they have burnt upail 8 for in the nana or TD
8 For in the hand of the LORD there is the synagogues of God in the land.
a cup, andthe wine is red, it is full of 9 We see not our Ggns, tbere is no more mixture, aod he poureth out of the same;. any prophet, neither is there among us but the dregs thereof all the wicked of any that knoweth how long:
the earth shall wring them out, and driok io o God, how long thaji the adversary tbem : reproach ? shall the enemy blafpheme thy9 But I will dcclare for ever, I will ling Name for ever?
prailes to the God of Jacob : TO Why withdraweft thou thine hand. 10 All the horns of the wicked also will even thy right hand ? pluck it out of thy I cut off, but the horns of the righteous bofom.
Thall be exalted. F2 For God is my king of old, working
PSA L. LXXVI. falvation in the midst of the earth. 14 declaration of Gods Majefly in the
13 Thou didft divide the sea -by thy burch. Itrength : thou brakest the heads of the I To the chief Mufician 00 Neginoth dragons in the waters :
A Psalm or song of Alaph. 14 Thou brakest the heads of Leviathao TN Judah is God know, his Name is in pieces, and gavelt him to be meat to the people inhabiting the wilderness :
great in Iraci.