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Gods Majefs: 2 la Salim also is his cabernacle, and 15 Thou bart with thine arm redeemed his dwelling-place in Sion.
thy people, thc foos of Jacob and Joseph. 3 There brake hethe arrows of the bow, Selah." the shield, and the sword, and the battle: 16 The waters saw thee, O Selah,
waters saw thee; they were afraid, the 4 Thou art more glorious and excellent depths also ware troubled. thin the mountains of prey..
i7 The clouds poured out water, the 5 The stout hearted are spoiled, the y skies (ent out a sound, thine arrows also have slept their neep: and none of the men went abroad : of might bave found their hands :
18 The voice of thy thudder was in the 6 At thy rebuke, O God of Jacob, both heaven, the lightings lightned theworld, the chariot and horse are cast into a dead the earth trembled and shook.
19 Thy way is in the sea, and thy path T heu, even thou art to be feared, and in the great waters, and thy foot-steps are who fland in thy fight when once thou Bot known. art angry?
20 Thou leddest thy people like a flock, 8 Thou did it cause judgment to be by the band of Moses and Azr0D beard from heaven: the carth feared and
PSA L. LXXVIII. was still.
BAn exhortation botb to learn and to preacb 9 When God arose to judgment to save tbe law of God. 9 Tbe Aory of Gods wrath all the meek of the earth, Selab.
againt ibe incredulous and disobedient, 10 Surely the wrath of man thall praise
67 Tbe Ifraelites are rejeeted, thee: she remainder of wrath halt thou
Malehil of Afaph, teltrain.
n lve car, O my people, to my law, u Vow, and pay onto the Lord your
Genclipe your cars to the words of wy God, let all that be tound about him
month: briog prelerts voto him that ought to be
2 I will open my mooth in a parable: I feared :
will utter dark sayings of old: 12 He fall cut off the spirit of princess 3 Which we have ficard and Keown, and bo is terrible to the kings of the earth.
our fathers have told us PSA 1. LXXVII.
4 We will not hide bem from theft 1 Tbe Pfalmis forwerb wbat fierce combat children, thewing to the generation to be bid witb diffidense.
eome the praises of the LORD, and his 9 To the chiel Mugaciad, to Jedathun, ftrength and his wondertul works that he A Plalm of Alaph.
bath done. Cryed unto God with my voice : even
s For he establish ed a testimony in 19 1 unto God with my voice, and he gare cob, and appointed a law in Ifracl, which car unto me,
be commanded our fathers, that they 2 In the day of my trouble I fought the should make them known to their chil. LORD,my fore ran in the night, and ceased dren. Dot : my soul refused to be con forted. 6 That the generation to come might 3 I remembred God and was troubled :
know sbem, even the children wbicb fhould i complained, and my spirit was over be born : wbo should arite and declare tbom whelmed. Selah.
to their children : 4 Thou holdeft mine cyes waking: I am " That they might set their hope io God so troubled that I cannot speak:
and not forget the works of God: but keep s I have confidered the days
Ets commandments : years of agtient times:
8 And might not be as their fathers, a 61 call to remembrance my song in the stubborn and rebellious generation, a ge • pight, I commune with mine owo heart, aeration that set not their heart aright: and my spirit made diligent search:
and whore fpirit was not stedfart with God, 7 Will the LOR) cast off for ever? and The children of Ephraim being armwill he be favourable no more?
ed and carrying bows, turned back in the 8 Is his mercy clean gone für ever? doth day of batile. bis promise fail for evermore ?
To They kept not the covenant of God; 9 Hath God forgotten to be gracious? aod refared to walk in his law : hath he in aoger fut up his tender mer 11 And forgat his works, and his woncies? Selah.
ders that he had thewed them. 10 And I faid, This is my infirmity; 12 Marvellous things did be in the fight but I will remember the years of the right of their father, in the land of Egypt, in hand of the most Higb.
the field of Zoan. 11 I will remember the works of the 13 He divided the fiea, and caused them LORD, surely I will remember thy won to pass through, aod be made the waters ders of old :
to hand as an heap : : 12 I will neditate also of all thy work, 14 lo the day-time also be led them and talk of thy doiogs,
with a cloud, and all the night with a light 13 Thy way, O God, is in the sanctuar of fire. who is so great a God as our God?
15 He clave the recks, in the wilderness, 14 Thou art the God that doest won- and gave tbem drink as out of the great ders, thou bast declared thy Itrength a depths, mong the people.
Ifraels disobedienci. . Pfalms. ii Egypts plagues. 16 He brought Atreams also out of the 42 They rememerabred not his hand, 001 rock, and caulcd waters to run down like the day when he delivered them from the rivers.
enemy. 17 And they finned yet more against 43 How he had wrought his ligns is him, by provoking the most High in the Egypt, and his wonders in the field of wilderness.
Zoan - 38 And they tempted God in their heart, 44 And had turned their rivers into by asking meat for their lust.
blood, and their foods, that they could 19 Yca, they (pake against God; they not drink. said, Can God furnish a table in the wil 45 He sent divers forts affics among derness?
them, which devoured them, and frogs 20 Behold, he smote the rock, that she which deftroyed them. waters gufhed out, and the ftreams over- 45 He gave also their iocreare unte filowed ; can he give bread also ? can he the catterpillar, and their labour onto the provide Aesh for his people ?
locuft. 21 Therefore the LORD heard this, and 47 He destroyed their vines with hail, was wroth, so a fire was kindled againftJa. and their ficamore-trees with frost. cob, and anger also came up againnt Ifrael;:48 He gave up their catile also to the i 22 Because they believed not in God, hail, and their Aocks to hot thunder-bolts, and trusted not in his salvation :
49 He caft upon them the fierceness of 23 Though he had commanded the his anger, wrath and indigoation, and trouelouds from above, and opened the doors ble, by sending evil angels among them. of heaven,
so He made a way to hisaoger, heipared 24 And had tained down manpa upon not their soal from death: but gave their them to eat, and bad giveo them of the life over to the peftilence. sora of heaven.
si And smote all the firft-born in E. 25 Man did eat angels food, he femt gypt, the chict of their trength in the them meat to the full.
tabernacles of Ham. 26 He caused: an caft-wind to blow in:52 But made bis own people to go forth the heaven : apd by his power be brought me
We like theep, and guided them io the wilderin the south-wind.
gere like a flock. 27 He rained Acth also upon them as 53 And he led them on safely, so that deft, and feathered fowls like as the fand they feared not, but the sea overwhelmed of the sea.
their enemies. 28 And be let it fall in the midit of their 54.And he brought them to the border camp, round about their habitations,
of his fanctuary, even to this mountain, 29 So they did eat, and were well fiued: bieb his right band had purchated. for he gave them their own deGre ;
55 He caft out the heatben also before 30 They were not estranged from their them, and divided them, an inheritance by huit, but wbile their meat WAS yet in their line, and made the tribes of Ifrael todwell mouths,
iotheir tents. 31 The wrath of God came upon them. 56 Yet they tempted and provoked the 2nd New the fatteft of them, and faote moft high God, and kept not his testidown the chosen men of Israel.
monies: 32 For all this they fipped till: and be 57 But turned back, and dealt uofaithlieved not for bis wondrous works. fally like their fathers, they were turned
33 Therefore their days did he con- afide like a deceitful bew. Lume in vanity, and their years in trouble. 58 For they provoked him to anger
34When he flew them, then they fought with their high places, and moved him to Him: and they returned and coquired carly jealousy with their graven images. after God.
59 When God heard tbis, he was wroth, 35 Add they remembred that God was and greatly abhorred Ifrael. their rock, and high Gon their redeemer. 60 So that he forlook the tabernacle of
36 Nevertheless, they did flatter bia Shiloh, the tent wbisb be placed among with their mouth, and they lied unto him meo: with their tongues.
61 And delivered his ftrcogth into capti32 For their beart was not right with pity, and his glory into the cnemics band. him, neither were they sted fast in his co 62 He gave his people over also unto the venant.
sword, and was wroth with bis inheritance. 38 But he being full of compaslon, for- 63 The fire confumed their young men,& gave tbeir iniquity, pod destroyed tbem their maideos were not given to marriage. Dot : yea, many a time turned he nis anger 64 Their priests fell by the tword, and away, and did oot stir uy all his wrath, their widows made no lameotation
39 For he remembred that they were 65 Then the LORD awaked as one out DMT nein, 2 wind that palleth awayand deep, and like a mighty m10 that thoutech cometh not again.
by reason of wine. 40 How oft did they provoke him in the '66 And he smotebisenemies in thehinder wilderness, and grieve him in the defait parts, he put them to a perpetual reproach,
ca, mey turned back and tempted 67 Moreover, he refused the tabernacleot God, and limited the holy one of Iracl: Joseph, & chose not the kibe of Ephraim.
their rockameless they did
to him men, and delivered his the enemies bana.
Jerusalims defolattoni 68 Bat chose the tribe of Judab, the 3 Tum us again, O God, and cause thy mount Sion which he loved
face to shine, and we shall be faved. 69 And be built his fanćtuary like high 4 O LORD God of bofts, how long wild Palasu, like the earth which he hath e thou be angry against the prayer of thy itablihed for ever
people? 70 He chose David also his servant, and 5 Thou seedest them with the bread of took him from the sheep-folds ;
tears : and giveft them tears to driok in 7. From tollowing the ews great with great measure. youog, he brought him to feed Jacob bis 6 Thou makeft us a strife unto our poople, and Israel his inberitance. neighbours : and our enemies laugh 2
72 So he fed them according to the in- mong themselves. tegrity of his heart, 2nd guided them by 7 Turn us again, O God of hosts, 20d the skilfulness of his hands.
cause thy face to hide, and we Mall be PSA L. LXXIX.
saved. Ferufalems defolation lamented.
8. Thou hast brought a vine out of EIA psalm of Afaph.
gypt: thou hast call out the heathen, and God, the heathco are come into thine planted it. C inheritapce, thy holy temple have 9. Thou preparedít room before it, and
they defiled: they have laid Jerusalem on didft cause it to take deep root, aod it filheaps,
led the laod, The dead bodies of thy servants have 10 The hills were covered with the fha. they given to be meat unto the towls of the dow of it, and the boughs thereof were heaven, the field of thy saiots unto the like the goodly cedars. bcasts of the earth.
ir She Teot out her boughs unto the sea: 3 Their blood have they fhed like water, and her branches unto the river. round about Jerusalem: and tbere wasdonc 12 Why bait thou tben broken down her tu bury tbem. .
bedges, so that all they which pass by the 4 We are become a reproach to our way, do pluck her ? oeighbours, a scorn and derition to thein. 13 The boar out of the wood doth waste that are round about us
it, and the wild beast of the fold doth How long LORD? Wilt thou be angry devour it. for ever? fhail thy jealousy burn like fire? 14 Return, we beseech thee, O God of
6 Pour out thy wrath upon the beathen hosts : look down from heaven and be that have not kõowo thee, and upon the bold and visit this vide : kiogdoms that have not called upon thy 15 And the vineyard which thy right Namc.
band bath planted, and the branch bet For they have devoured Jacob, and laid thou madest irong for thy self. wafte bis dwelling-place.
16 It is burnt with fire, it is cut dowo: * 80 remember not against us former ini. they perish at the rebuke of thy countequities: let thy tender mercies speedily narice. prevent us : for we are brought very low. 1 Let thy hand be upon the map of thy
Help us, o God of our salvation, for the right hand, upon the son of man, wobom glory of thy Name: and deliver us, and thou madest strong for thy self. purge away our fins for thy Names sake. 18 So will not we.go back from thee :
To Wherefore thould the heathco say, quicken us, and we will call upon thy Where is their God? let him be known Name. among the heathen in our fight by the re 19 Turo us again, O LORD God of vcoging of the blood of thy servadisibicb hoita, cause thy face to Mine, and we ihall is thed.
be saved. 1 Let the sighing of the prisoner come
PSA L. LXXXI. before thçc, according to the great pels of: An exhortation to praise God.. thy power, preserve thou those that are s To the chief Musician upon Gittith, appointed to die.
. A Pralm of Alaph. iz And render unto our ncighbours re- clng alond unto God our strength : make veo-fold into their bosom, the reproach
S a joyful noise unto the God of Jacob. wherewith they have reproached thee, 2 Take a pfalm, and bring hither the · LORD.
timbrel, the pleafánt harp with the psal13 So we thy people and sheep of thy tery. padure, will we give thes thanks for ever: 3 Blow up the trumpet in the newraoon, we will thew forth thy praise to all gence in the time appointed on our solemn featt rations,
day. PSA L. LXXX. ,
4 For this pois a Atatute for Israel, and Tbe praemifs complaint.
a law of the God of Jacob. I to the chief Musician, upon Sholan. This be ordained in Jofeph for a telti. nim Eduth, A psalm of Araph. mony, when he went out through the land Olve car, Shepherd of Israel, thou of Egypt: vbere I heard a language tbat I
U that leadeft jo lcpb like a flock, thou underfood not. that dwellelt between the cherubims, shine 6 I removed his shoulder from the bor. forth.
den, his hands were delivered from the 2 Before Ephraim and Benjamin, and pots : Mana Teh, air up thy Arength, and come į Tnou calledft in troubic, and I deli. and fare us,
Yerin Salems defolationi Pfalmas. Tbe Cburzbes mifery. vered thee, I answered thee in the secret Philiftincs, with the inhabitants of Tyre place of thunder; I proved thee at the 8 Adur also is joined with them : they waters of Merihah, Selah.
have holpen the children of Lot, Selab. 8 Hear. O my people, and I will tefti fie 9 Do unto them as unto the Midianites : unto thee; Ifrael, if thou wilt bearken as to Sisera, as to Jabio, at the brook of unto me,
Kison: 9 There shall oo trange god be in thce, . To Wbish perihed at Endor: they beQeither shalt thou worship any strange god. came as dung for the earth.
10 I am the LORD thy God which I Mako their nobles like Oreb, and like broaght thee out of the land of Egypt ; Zeeb: yea all their princes as Zeba, aod open thy mouth wide, and I will fill it as Zalmana :
11 But my people would not bearken to 12 Who said, Let us take to our selves my voice ; and Israel would oone of me. the houses of God in poffeflion:
12 So I gave them up unto their own 13 O my God, make them like a whcel : hearts luft, and they walkod in their own as the dubble before the wind : counsels:
14 As the fire burneth the wood, and 130 that my people had hearkened unto as the flame fetteth the mountains on fire: me, and Israel had walked in my ways ! 15 So: persecute them with thy tempelt,
14 I thould foon have subdued their and make them afraid with thy storm. enemies, and turned my hand against thoir 16 Fill their faces with Ibane, that they adversaries.
may seek thy Name, O LORD 5 The haters of the LORD should have 1 Let them be confounded and trousubmitted themselves upto him, but their blod forever: yea let them be put to fame time thould have endured for ever, and perish :
16 He should have fed them also with 18 That men may know, that thou the finest of the wheat, and with honey out whore Name alone is į EHOV AH, art of the rock fhould I have satisfied thee the most High over all the earth. PSA L. LXXXII.
PS AL LXXXIV. ITbe psalmis baving exborted the judges, i Tbe propbet longcth for tbe communion of proyerb God to judge.
the functuary. 11 Apfalm of Araph.
To the chief Mulcian upon Gittith, nod standethin the congregation of the Apralm for the fons of Korah. U nighty, he judgeth among the gods. L ow amiable are thy tabernacles, o
How long will ye judge injuftly, and 1 LORD of hosts ! accept the perfons or ihc wicked ? Selah. 1 My soul longeth, yea, cven fainteth * 3 Defend the poor and fatherless : do for the courts of the LORD, my heart aod justice to the affiliated and needy.
my fesh eryeth oat for the living God. 4 Deliver the poor and needy , rid tbem 3 Yea, the Sparrow hath found in out of the band of the wicked:
house, and the swallow a neft for her felf, 5. They know not, neither will they were me may lay her young, ever thing understand, they walk oo in darkness : all al tars, O LORD of hofts, my King, and the foundations of the earth are out of my God.. course :
A B lefied are they that dwell in thy 6 Ihave said, Ye are gods, and all of you house, they will be still praising theć, ore ehildren of the mont High.
Selah. . But ye shall die like men, and fall Blessed is the man whore strength is 'He one of the princes :
in thee, in whose heart are the wāys of 8 Arife, O God, judge the earth, for ibem.. thou shalt inherit all nations. ,
GWbo palling through the valley of PSA L. LXXXIII.
Bacha, make it a well : the raio also billeth A complaint to God of the enemies confpi- the pools: 768).
7'They go from strength to ftrength, " A fong or pralm of Araph. every one of tbom ia Zion appeareth before
Eep not thou Glence, O God : hold God : K noi thy peace, and be pot fti!1,0 God.80 LORD, God of hosts, hear my
2 For lo, thine enemies make a tumult: prayer, give car, O God of Jacob, Selab. and they ihat hate thee, have lift up the 9 Behold, O God our shield, and look head.
upon the face of thine anointed: 3 They have taken crafty counsel agaiost 10 For a day in thy courts is better thy people, and consulted against thy hid- than a thousand, I had rather be a doorden ones.
bokeeper in the house of my God, thao to 4. They have said, Come, and let us dwell in the tents of wickednels. cui them off from being a nation, that the 11 For the LORD God is a fun and Dame of Israel may be no more in remem. thicid, the LORD will give grace and glo. brance.
ry, no good thing will be withbold from • For they have consulted together with them that walk uprightly one consent'; they are confederate against 12 O LORD of hofts, blefted is the thee. 6 The tabernae los of Edom, and the
man that trefteth in thee:
PSA L. LXXXV. Ithmaelites, of Moab, and the Hagarens. Tbepfalmijt out ofexperience of Gods mere 7 Gebal, and Ammon, and Amalčk, the cies. Prayit for their continusnice.
An exbortation to obediona. Psalms. Sovids 'complaints. 9 To the chief Muqcian, A psalm for the with al! my beart, and I will glorify thy soos of Korah.
Name for evermore. T ORD, thou hast been favourable un- 13 For great is thy mercy tow ard me, L to thy land ; thou hast brought back and thou hast delivered my soul from the the captivity of jacob.
lowett hell : 2 Thou haft forgiven the iniquity of 140 God, thc proud ate risen agaioft thy people, thou halt covered all their sin, me, and the allemblies of violent men have Selah.
sought after my soul and have aot set thee 3 Thou haft taken away all thy wrath : betöre them, thou hast turned tby self from the fierce- 15 But thou, O LORD, art a God full ness of thine arger.
of compaflion, and gracious, long-suffer4 Turn us, O God of our salvation, and ring, aod plepteous in mercy and truth. caure thine anger towards us to ceare: 160 tuin unto me, and have mercy u.
s Wilt thou be angry with us for evet? pon me, give thy ftrcogih unto thy ferwilt thou draw out thine ausger to all ge vant, and save the son of thine handmaid: gerations?
17 Shew ne a token for good, that 6 Wile thou not revive us a that they which bate me may see it, and be thy people may rejoice in the
ashamed, because thou,LORD, haft holpco jsew us thy inercy, O Lord, aad me and comforted mc. grant us thy salvation."
PSAL LXXXVII. 8 I will hear what God the LORD will Tbe nature and glory of sbe Church: speak, for he will speak peace unto bis
A psalm or roog for the fons poople, aod to his faints, but let them dot
of Korak turn again to folly.
LJ is foundation is in the holy moun. Surely his falvation is nigh them that 11 tains : fear him; that glory may dwell in our 2 The LORD loveth the gates of Zion, land.
more than all the dwellings of Jacob. 1. Mercy and truth are met together, 3 Glorious things are Tpoken of thee. rigbteousnets dod peace bave killed web O city of God : Selah. ot ber,
4 I'will make mention of Rahab, and I! Truth fhall spring out of the carth: Babylon, to them that know me, bebald and righteousncls Maill look down from Philiftia, aod Tyre, with Ethiopia : this beaven
man was born there : 12 Yea, the LORD Mall give tbat s And of Zion it shall be said, This and wbieb is good, and our land Thall yield that man was born in her, and the Highest her increa Te.
himself thall establish her: 13 Rightcou soers shall go before bim : 6 The LORD shall count when he and Mal set as in the way of his steps. writetb up the people, tbot this man was PSA L. LXXXVI.
born there, Selah : 1 David ftrengtbenetb bio prayer by tbe con- . 7 As well the cogers, as the players;on Science of bis religion.
inftruments fhall be tbors, all my springs A prayer of David.
are ia thee. DOw down thinc car, O LORD, hear PSAL. LXXXVIII. mc: for I am poor and needy.
A prayer containing • great complaint. - Preserve my soul, for I am holy: 0 |A song or psalm for the sons of Korab, thou my God, fave thy iervant that trast. to the chief Musician uper Mahaleth cth in thee:
Leannoth, Marcbil of Heman the Ez. . 3 Bc merciful unto me, O LORD : for rahitc. I cry unto chec daily :
LORD God of my salvation, I have 4 Rejoice the foul of thy servant : for cryed day and night before thee." unto thee (O LORD) do I lift up my foul. 2 Let my prayer come before thee, co
5 For thou LORD art good, and ready clipe thinc car unto my cry: to forgive, and plentcous in mercy unto 3 For my soul is full of troubles; and all them that call upon thec :
my life draweth nigh unto the grave! * 6 Give ear, O LORD, upto my prayer, I am counted with them that go down and attend to the voice of my fupplicati into the pit ; I am as a man that batb na 003:
strength. 7 In the day of my trouble I will calls Free among the dead, like the dain upon thee, for thon wilt answer me. that lie in the grave, whom thou remem
8 Among the gods tbere is none like breft no more, aod they are cut off trop unto tbec TO LORD oeither are there any thy hand: works like unto thy works :
6 Thou hast laid me in the loweft pit, in 9Ăn nations wbom thou hast made shall darkness, in the deeps : come and worship before thee, O LORD, 1 Thy wratb lieth hand upon me, and and shall glorify thy Naine :
thou halt afilisted me with all thy waves, 10 For thou art great and doest won- Selah : drous things, thou are God alooc :
8 Thou Aalt put away mine acquuntancc 1 Tcach me thy way, 0 LORD, I far from me, tbou balt made me an abo. will walk in thy truth : anite my heart mination unto them, I am thut up, and I to fear thy Name,
cannot come forth. * 12 I will praife thee, O LORD my Godo 9 Minc eye mouroetb by reason of af.