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9 that be should till live for ever, and. aot sec corruption,
wa 12 If I were hungry, I would not tell 10 For he Teeth tbat wife med dic, like. thee, for the world mine, and the fol. wise the fool, and the brutish person perish, oers thereof and leave their wealth to others..
13 Will I cat thc felh of balls, or drink 11 Their inward thought is, tbut their the blood of goats ? houses all continue for ever, and their14 Offer unto God thaoksgiving, & pay dwelling places to all generatioós : they thy vows unto the most High. call tbrir lands after their own names. 15 And call upon me in the day of trou
12 Nevertheless; man being in honour, ble; I will deliver thee, and thou shalt ibideth not: he is like the bcasts tbat glorify me. perish.
16 But unto the wicked God faith, What 1 This their way is their folly ; yet halt thou to do to declare my statutes, or their pofterity approve their sayings, Se- tb4 thou lhoulder take my covenant in lah.
thy mouth? 14 Like Meep they are laid in the grave, 17 Seeing thou hatelt instruction, and death thall teed on them, and the upright cafteft my words behind thee. Mall have dominion over them in the mor. 18 Whea thou sawest a thief, then thon ning, and their beauty shall consume in consented it with him, and a boon par the grave, from their dwelling.
taker with adulterers. 15° But God will redeem my soul from 19 Thou gives thy mouth to cvil, and the power of the grave; for he mall re- thy tongue främeth deceit. ceive me. Selab.
10 Thou fitteft and speakest against thy 16 Be not thou afraid when one is made brother, thou flanderest Chinc own mothers rieb, when the glory of his house is in ron. creased.
21 There tbings haft thou done, aod I 19 For when he dicth, he shall carry kept Glence : thou thoughtest that I was Dothing away: his glory shall not desceod altogether fucb an one as thy self: but I alter him.
will reprove thee, and set tbem in order 8 Though whiles he lived, he blessed before thine eyes. his soul: and men will praise thee, wben 22 Now consider this, ye that forget tbou doeft well to thy seif,
God, left I tear yox in pieces, and tbere be 19 He shall go to the generation of his done to deliver. fathers, they shall never see light:
23 Whoso offereth praise, glorificth me." 20 Man ibat is io honour, and under- and to him that ordereth his conversation apdcth pot, is like the beasts tbat perilh. arigbt, will I show the salvation of God. PSA L. L.
PSA LLI. I Tbe majesty of God in tbe cburcb. 5 His David prayeth for remision of fins, 6 and order to gabor saints..
for Janetification: 16 God deliglacerb not A pralm of Afaph.
in facrifice, but in fincerity. THe mighty God, even the LORD bath To the chicf Mufician, A psalm of'da. Spokeo, and called the earth from the
nd called the earth from the vid, when Nathan the prophet canene riling of the fun, unto the going down to bim, after be had gone in to Beth thereof.
(heba. 2 Out of Sion the perfection of beauty, Arc mercy upon mc, O God, accord. God hath shined.
m ing to thy loving kindness: accord Our God fhall come, and shall not ing unto the multitude of ty cender mer keep Gilence : a fire shall devour before cies blot out my transgressions, him, and it Ma l be very tempestuoas round 2 Wahh me throughly from mine iniqui. about himn.
ty, and cleanse me from my fio. 4 He shall call to the heavens from 3 For I acknow a'ge my transgressions : above, and to the earth that he may judge and my fio is cver before me. his people,
4 Against thee, thee only have I Goned, 5 Gather may raiots together unto me : and done tbis coil in thy light, that thou tkóre that bave made a covenant with me mightert, be judified when thou spcakeit, by facrifice.
and be clear when thou judgelt. 6 And the heavens Thall declare hiss Bebol, I was fhaped in iniquity, and righteousness; for God is judge himself. in lin did my mother corceive nie, Setah.
6 Behold, thou defireft truth in the inI Hear, O my people, and I will speak, ward paris, and in the hidden part thou O Ifrael, and I will teftific against thee; thall make me to know wisdom. I am God, even thy God.
Purge me with hyffop, and I shall be 8 I will not reprove thee for thy sacri. cléan: wath me, and I 'thall be whiter fices, or thy burnt offerings, to bave been than snow. CCD! inually before me.
8. Make me to hear joy and gladoers, 9 I will take no bullock eat of thy house, tbat the bones dobiol thou hast brokca, oor he-goals out of thy folds.
may rejoice. 10 For every bealt of the forrest is ming, Hide thy face from my cas; and blot and the cattle upon a thousand hills : out all mine iniquities: A know all the fowls' of the moun 10 Creats in me a clean heart, O God,
Confidence in Godo . and renew a right fpirit withio me: the children of men, to see if there were
1 Caft mc pot away from thy presence, any that did understand, that did seek and take not thy holy Spirit from me: Qod:
12 Rettore unto me the joy of thy fal 3 Every one of them is gone back, they vation: and uphold me pitb tby free Spirit. are altogether become filthy, tbore is non · 13 Tben will I teach transgreffors thy that doth good, no not one ways, and finners shall be converted unto 4 Have the workers of iniquity DO thee.
knowledge ? who eat up my people, as they 14 Deliver me from blood guiltioers, cat bread ; they have not called upon God.
God, thou God of my salvation; and s. There were they in great fear, wbere my tongue fhall fing aloud of thy righte- no fear was ; for God hath scattered the ousness.
bones of him that encampeth againt thee, 15 O LORD. Open thou my lips, and my thou hast put them to shame, because God mouth mall thew forth thy praife: hath despised them :
16 For thou dcGreft oot facrifice, alle 6 0 that the salvation of Israel were would I give it: thou delightcft got io come out of Zion ! when God bringeth back burnt-offering
the captivity of his people, Jacob Ihall 17 The facrifices of God are a broken rejoice, and Ifrael ihall be glad. Spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O ... P S A L. LIV. God, thou wilt not despise.
I David complainet b of the Ziphims. 4 Ha 18 Do good in dy good pleasure unto promiserb Sacrifice. Zion : build thou the walls of Jerusalem: a To the chief Musician on Negiooth,
R9 Then shalt thou be pleased with the Marchil, A psalm of David, when the facrifices of righteousness, with barnt-of Zipbims came and said to Saul, Doth fering & whole burnt-offering : then thall noc David hide himself with us? they offer bullocks upon thine altar.
Ave me O God, by thy Name, and P $ AL. LII.
judge me by thy strength: David condemning tbespitefulness of Doug, 2. Hear my prayer, O. God; give eat Propbesetb bis deftruction: 8 David upon to the words of my mouth :
bis confidence in Gods mercy givetbtbanks. 3 For Strangers are rifen up againft me. S To the chief Mufician Masehil, A praim and oppreffors seek after my Toul, they of David, when Docg the Edomite came have not set God before them. Selab. and told Saul, and faid unto him, David 4 Behold, God is mineHelper, the LORD
is come to the house of Abimelech. is with them that uphold my foul : IVT Hyboafteth thou thy self in mischief, 5 He fhall reward evil unto mine ene
W O mighty mao ? the good pers of mies, cut them off in thy truth : God enderet) continually:
6 I will freely sacrifice unto thee, I will 2 Thy tongue deviseth mischiefs : like praise thy Name, O LORD, for it is good. a sharp razor, working deceitfully :
7 For he hath delivered me out of all 13. Thou loveft evil more than good : trouble; and mine eye bath seen bis defire and lying rather than to speak righicouf- upon mine enemics. ness. Selab.
FSA L. LV. 0,4 Tbou loveft all devouring words, 0 David in bis prayer complainett ofbis feat. tbou deceitful toogue:
ful case. He prayerb again tbe tr Ś God fhall likewise deftroy tee for and wickedness of bis enemies. ever, he thall take thee away, and pluck to the chief musician on Negiooth, thee out of rby dwelling-place, and root
Marebil, a psalm of David. &bec out of the land of the living, Selah. [ve ear to my prayer, o God: aad 6 The righteous also shall fce, and fear,
G not thy self from my supplication : and fhall laugh at him:
2 Attend unto me, and hear me, I moum 7 Lo, tbis is the man tbut made not God in my complaint, and make a noise, his ftrength, but trusted in the abundance3 Beeause of the voice of the enemy. of bis riches, and ftrengthned himself in because of the oppreflion of the wicked: his wickedness:
for they cast iniquity upon me, and in 8. But I am like a green olive-trec in wrath they hate me: dhe house of God: I tratti in the mercy 4 My heart is fore pained within me; of God for ever 200 ever:
and the terrors of death are fallen upon me. 9. I will praise thee for ever, because is Fearfulders and trembling are come thou hast done it : and I will wait on thy upon me, and horror hath overwhelmed Ilame, for it is good before thy faints. me, , PSA L. LIII.
6 And I said, O that I had wings like i Dauid describetb a natural mans corrupe a dove : for tben would I fly away, and be tion. 4 He canvincetb the wicked. I at relt: To the chief Musician open Mahalath, 7 Lo, tben woald I wander far t#, and
Maschil, A plalm o David. reinain in the wilderness. Selah.. TAc fool hath said io bis heart, T bere ia 8 I would haften my escape from the.
I no Gud :: corrupt are they, and have windy storm and tempelt : done abominable iniquitv: tbére is none o Deftroy, O LORD, and divide their obat doth good : 2. Gal looked dowa from heaven upon trife in the city,..
tongues: for 1 have 1ceo, violence and
not be at
A truberonsfriend. Psalms.
Davids prager. 10 Day and night they go about it upon tbine anger saft down the people, O God. the walls thereof, mischicf also aod forrow 8 Thou tellest my wandrings, put thou are in the midst of it.
my tears into thy bottle: are tbey not in 11 Wickedness is in the midst there. thy be ok 3 of, deceit and guilc depart not from her 9 When I cry unto tbre, then shall mine streets.
enemies turo back : this I know, for God 12 For it was not an enemy, tbat re- is for me. proached me, then I could have born it, 10 In God will I praise bis word, in the deither was it he that hated me, that did LORD will I praire bis word: magnifie bimself against me, then I would i la God have I put my trust: I will have hid my self from him :
Dot be afraid what man can do unto me. 13 But it was thou, a man, mine equal, 12 Thy vows are upon me, O God: I my guide, and mine acquaintance. I will render prailes unto thee.
14 We took sweet coudrel together, 13 For thou hast delivered my soul from and walked unto the house of God in com- death : wile not tbou deliver my feet from pany.
falling, that I may walk before God in the uś Let death seize upon them, and let light of the living ? them go down quick into hell, for wick
PS X L. LVII. cdocís is io their dwellings, and among David in prayer fleeing unto God complaine them.
etb of bij dangerous cafe. 7 He encourag16 As for me, I will call upon God: andet b bimself to praise God. the LORD thall save me.
To the chief Mülician Altarchith, Mich17 Evening and morning, and at noon tam of David, when he fied from Saul will I pray, and cry a loud and he thall in the cave, hear my voice.
DE merciful upto me, O God, be mer18 He hath delivered my soul in peace ciful unto me, for my soul trusteth in from the battle tbat was against me : for ince: yea, in the shadow of thy wings will there were many with me.
I make my refuge, until these calamities, 19 God shall hear and afflict them, even be overpast : he that abideth of old, Selah : becaure 1 I will cry unto God mot High, unta they have no changes, therefore they fear God that performcth all tbings for mic: dot God,
3 He thall send from heaven, and save 20 He hath put forth his hands aga me from the reproach of bim that would such as be at peace with him : he hath bro- swallow me up Selah. God shall food ken his covenant.
forth nis mercy and his truth: 21 Tbe words of his mouth were smoo- 4 My soul is among lions, and I lie everther than butter, but war was in his heart, among them that are set on fire, even the his words were softer than oyl, yet were fons of men, wbore teeth are spears and. they drawn fwords.
arrows, and their tongue a sharp (word. al Caft thy burdeo upon the LORD, and Be thou exalted, O God, above the he shall suftáin thee, he mall never suffer heavens i let thy glory be above all the the righteous to be moved.
čarth. 22 But thou, O God, thalt bring them 6 They have prepared a net for my feps. dowo into the pit of destruction, bloody my soul is bowed down, they bave digged and deceitful meo suall not live out halt a pit before me, into the midst whereof their days, but I will trust in thee.
they are fallen tbemselves. Selah. PSA L. LVI.
My heart is fixed, God, my heart is 1 David praying to God in confidence of his fixed, I will Gng and give praife. word, complaineth of his enemies, 9 He 8 Awake up, my glory, awake, plaltery profeffetb bis confidence in Gods word, and add harp, I my self will awake early, promifitb to praise him.
9 I will praise thee, O LORD, among To the chicf musician opon Jonath. the people, I will fang unto thce among elem-rechokim, Michtam of David, when the nations, the Philifines took him in Gath.
30 For thy mercy is great noto the bea. D E merci fuj unto me, O God, for man vens, aod thy truth unto the clouds.
D would swallow me up: he fighting 1 Be thou exalted, O God, above the daily opprefieth me:
o heavens, let thy glory be above all the. 1 Maie en mies would daily swallow me earth. ap: for tbey bo many that fight against me,
PSA L. LVIII., thou mott High.
David reproverb wicked judges. 3 defcribeth 3 What time I am afraid, I will truft in tbe nature of the wicked, 6 devotetb tbemto
Gods judgments, 13 wbereas tbe rigoteots 4 In God I will praise his word, in God shall rejoice. I have put my trud, I will not fear what i To the chief musician, Al-taschith, flesh can do unto me:
Michtan of David. 5 Every day they wreft my words; all N oye indeed Tpcak righteousness, O their thougbts are against me for evil:
congregation ? do ye judge upright6 They gather themselves together, they ly, o ye Tons of men ? bide themselves, they mark my Heps when Yea, io heart you work wickedoels, you they wait for my soul.
weigh the violence of your bands in the 7. Shall thcy clcage by iniquity ? in care
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The voiekeds cruelties.
Their confufiona 3 The wicked are estranged from the .13 Consume tbem in wrath, consume womb, they go aftray, aloon as they be them, that chey may not be, and let thein born, (peaking lies,
know that God ruleth in Jacob, unto the 24 Their poison is like the poison of a cods of the carth. Selah. ferpent, they are like the deaf adder tbat 14 Aod at evening, let them return, and stoppeth her ear:
let them make a noite like a dog, and go i Which will not hearken to the voice of round about the city. eharmers, charming never fo wisely :
15 Let them wander up and down for 6 Break their teeth, O God, in their meat, and grudge if they be not satisfied. mouth : break out the grcat teeth of the 16 But I will ling of thy power, yea, I young lions, O LORD.
... will sing aloud of thy mercy in the morn7 Let them melt away as waters, which ing, for thou hast been my defence and Ton continually, woben be bendeth bis bow refuge in the day of my trouble. to foot his arrows, let them be as cut in17 Unto thee O my strength, will I pieces. & As a foail mbish pelteth, let every one of my mercy.
ling, for God is my defence, and the God of tbem pass away, like the untimely birth
Tv of a womao, tbat they may not see the iDavid complaining of judgment,4 prayetb Sun.
for deliverance. 9 Before your pots can feet the thorns, ņTo the chief Musician upon Shulhanhe hall take them away as with a whirl- cduth, Micbtam of David, to teach, wind, both living, and'in bis wrath.
when he ftrove with Aram-Daharaim, 10 The righteous Thall rejoice, when be and with Aram- zobah, when Joab refeeth the vengeance, he shall walk his feet Turned, and Imote of Edom in the valjo the blood of the wicked.
ley of salt, twelve thousand. 1 So that a man shall say, Verily there God, thou haft cast as off, thou baft is a reward for the righteous, verily he is O scattered us, thou haft been displeaa God that judgeth in the earth.
fed, O turn thy self to us again, PSA L. LIX.
1 Thou haft made the earth co tremble, I David prayitb to be delivered from bis to thog hak brokca it: beal the breaches nemies, 8 trufetb in God.
thereof, for it haketh. 9 To the cbief mutician Al-tarchith, Mich 3 Thou hatt showed people hard
tam of David, when Saul sent, and they things: thou hast made us to drink the watched the house to kill him.
wine of astonishment. n Elivci me from mine enemies, O my4 Thou hast given a banner to them that D God, defend me from them that rise fear thee, that it may be displayed because up againit me.
of the truth. Selah, 2 Deliver me from the workers of ipi- That thy beloved may be delivered, quity, and save me from bloody men. fave with thy right hand, and hear me
3 For lo, they lie in wait for my soul: 6 God hath Spoken in his holiness, I the migbuy are gathered agajoft me : not will rejoice : I will divide Shechem, and for my transgrellicn, por for my sin, o mere out the valley of Succoth.. LORD,
. 7 Gilead is mine, and Manafichts mine, 4 They run and prepare themselves Ephraim also is the strength of mine head, without my fault, awake to belp me, and Judah is my law-giver. behold;
8 Moab is my walh-pot, over Edom will Thoo therefore, O LORD God of I saft out my thoc: Philistia, triumph hefts, the God of Ifrael, awake to visit all tboy because of me. the heathen, be not merciful to any wicked Who will briog me into the frong tranfgreffors. Selab.
city? who will lead me into Edom? 6 They return at crening, they make io Wilt not thou, O God, wbicb hadit a noise like a dog, and go round about caft us off ? and thou, O God, wbicb didit the city.
not go out with our armies ? 9 Behold, they belch out with their it Give as help from trouble, for vaio mouth : (words are in their lips, for who is the help of man, Ebey) doth bear?
12 Through God we shall do valiantly, 8 But thou, O LORD, Thall laugh at for he it is tbat Mall tread down our eng them, thou thalt have all the heathen in mics. deridion:
PSA L. LXI. 9 Breause of his fiength will I wait ap- į David flertb to God upon bis former explo, or thee, for God is gay defence.
rience. 10 The God of my mercy Shah prevent y To the chief Musician upon Neginah, me, God fhall let me see my defire upon
A psalm of David. mine enemies.
L Eа my cry, O God, attend unto my 11 Slay them dot, left my people forget, 11 prayer. Scatter them by thy power, and bring them 2 From the end of the earth will cry down, O LORD our shield,
onto thee, when my heart is over-whelm12 For the tio of their mouth, and the ed : lead me to the Rock 10 AL 15 DIBAC words of their lips, let them even be taken tbad l. in their pride, and for curling 2nd lying 2 For thou haft been a fhelter for wbicb they speak,
3 For thou nokt DCCD 2 1
Davids tbır for God.
Pfalms. His prayer for delivkranti 41 will abide in thy cabernacle for ever, marrow and fatness, and my mouth fhalt I will trust in the covert of thy wings • praise thee with joyful lips: Selah.
6 When I remember thce upon my bed, thou hast given me the heritage of those7 Because thou hast been my belp : that fear thy Name.
therefore 10 the thadow of thy wings will : 6 Thou wilt prolong the kings life, and I rejoice. his years as many generations.
8 My soul followeth berd after 7 He shall abide before God for ever, right band upholdeth me. prepare mercy and truth, vbicb may pre 9 But those tbat seek my soul to destroy serve bim.
it, Ihall go into the lower parts of the 8 So will I ang praise unto thy Namc carth. for ever, that I may daily parform my 10 They shall fall by the sword, they VOWS.
shall be a portioo for foxes. PS A L. LXII.
1 But the king shall rejoice in God, I David profeffing bis confidence in God, every one that sweareth by him thall glodiscouragetb bis enemies,
ry: but the mouth of them that speak lics,
PS A L. LXIV.
from him cometh my falvation, ing of bis enemies.
of David. moved.
L-Ear my voice, O God, in my prayer: 2 How long will ye imagine mischief r preserve my life from fear of the againft a man ye shall be slain all of you: enemy, as a bowing wall pall yo be, and as a totter 2 Hide me from the secret counsel of ing fence.
the wicked, from the insurrection of the They only coololt to cast bim down workers of iniquity: . from his excellency, they delight in lies. 2 Who whet their toogue like a sword, they bless with their mouth, but they and bcod tbeir bows to shoot their arrows, curie inwardly. Selah.
even bitter words : 5 My foul, wait thou only upon God,
4.That they may Thoot in secret at the for my expectation is from him.
perfeet; suddenly do they shoot at him, 6 He only is my rock aod my falvation,
k and my falvation, and fear not. be is my defence ;l fhall not be moved. They encourage them felves in an evil
lo God is my falvation and my glory : matter, they commene of laying inares the rock of my ltreogth, and my refuge is privily, they say, who haali ree them? in God:
6 They search out iniquities, they are 8 Trust in him at all times; ye people, complish a. diligent search: both the in: pour out your heart before him ; Godina wara thought of every one of them, and jefuge for us. Selah.
the bcart is deep. 9 Surely men of low degree are vanity,
y, But God shall shoot at thein witb an and men of bigh degree are a lie: to be arrow. suddenly shall ttcy be wounded. laid in the ballance; they are altogether 8 So they shall make their own tongue to ligbter than vanity.
fall upon themselves : all that see them, 10 Truft oot in oppression, and become thau Ace away not vain in robbery ; if riches increasc, 1eto And all men shall fear, and shall de-. not your heart upon sbam.
clare the work of God: for they shall 11 God bath ipoken once, twice bave I
wisely coolder of his doing. beard this, that power belongeth unto God.
10 The righteous fhall be glad in the 12 Allo unto 'thee, O LORD, belonged LORD, and thall trust in him, and all the mercy; for thou rendreit to every mao ac
upright in heart thall glory. cording to his work. PSA L. LXIII.
PSA L. LXV. i Davids ebird for God: 4 His blefing God
David praisetb God for bisgrace.
To the chief Musician, a pralm
and song of Bavid. 8 A psalas of David when h: was in the PRaise waiteth for thee, God, in Sion: : wilderness of Judah.
T and unto thee Mall the vow be perGod, thou art my God, carly will I formed.
seck thee; my loul thirfteth for thee, 20 thou that hcarest prayer, unto thee my felh longeth for thee in a dry and shall all fickh come. thirsty land, where no water is ;
3 Ibiquities prevail against me, as for 2 To see thy power zod thy glory, fo as our tanigreflions, thou Thalt purge them I have seen thee in the sanctuary.
away. 3 Because thy loving kindness is better 4 Blessed is tbe man tobom thou choolest tháo life: my lips shall praise thee. and causeft to approach unto tbr, tbat
4. Thus will i bless thee, while I live : he may dwell in thy courts: we tall be I will lift up my bands in thy Name, satisfied with the goodness of thy house, .5 My soul thall bc fatisfied as with ourn of thy holy temple,