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4. Yea, my tongue shall sing of, they make them ready to of thy word; for all thy com- battle. mandments are righteous.

PS A L M :121. 5 Let thine hand help me;

Will lift for I have chosen thy com- the hills, from whence mandments.

cometh my help. 6 I have longed for thy fav- 2 My help cometh even ing health, O Lord, and in from the Lord, who hath thy law is my delight. made heaven and earth.

70 let my foul live, and it 3 He will not suffer thy foot fhail praise thee, and thy to be moved, and he that judgments shall help me. keepeth thee will not sleep.

8 I have gone astray like a 4 Behold, he that keepeth theep that is loft ; O seek thy Israel, shall neither number servant, for I do not forget nor sleep. thy commandments.

5 The Lord himself is thy

keeper; the Lord is thy de. PSALM I 20. fence upon thy right hand;

6 So that the fun shall not Hen I was in trouble, burn thee by day, neither the

I called upon the Lord, moon by night. and he heard me.

7 The Lord shall preserve 2 Deliver my soul, O Lord, thee from all evil; yea, ic is from lying lips, and from a even he that shall keep thy deceitful tongue.

soul. 3 What reward shall be giv- 8 The Lord shall preserve en or done unto thee, thou thy going out and thy coming false tongue ? even mighty in, from this time forth for and sharp arrows, with hot evermore. burning coals.

PSA L M 4 Wo is me, that I am Was glad when they said constrained to dwell with Me

unto me, We will


into fech, and to have my habita. the house of the Lord. tion among the tents of Ke- 2 Our feet shall stand in thy dar!

gates, O Jerusalem. 5 My soul hath long dwelt 3 Jerusalem is built as a among them that are enemies city, that is at unity in itself. unto peace.

4 For thither the tribes go 6 1 labour for peace, but up, even the tribes of the Lord, when I speak unto them there to testify unto Israel, to give

thanks those peace upon Ifrael.

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3 Yea

thanks unto the Name of the Israel say, if the Lord himself Lord.

had not been on our side, when 5 For there is the seat of men rose up against us, judgment; even the seat of 2 They had swallowed us the house of David.

up quick, when they were fo 6 O pray for the peace of wrathfully displeased at us. Jerusalem ; they shall prosper

the waters

had that love thee.

drowned us, and the stream 7 Peace be within thy walls, had gone over our soul. and plenteousness within thy 4 The deep waters of the palaces.

proud had gone even over 8 For my brethren and our soul. companions fakes, I will with 5 But praised be the Lord, thee prosperity.

who hath not given us over for 9 Yea, because of the house a prey unto their teeth. of the Lord our God, I will

6 Our soul is escaped even seek to do thee good.

as a bird out of the snare of

the fowler ; the snare is broPSALM 123.

ken, and we are delivered. Nto thee lift I up mine

7 Our help ftandeth in the eyes ; O thou that

Name of the Lord, who hath dwellest in the heavens.

made heaven and earth. 2 Behold, even as the eyes of servants look unto the hand

PSALM 125. of their malters, and as the

Hey that


their trust

in the Lord, shall be eof her mistress, even so our

ven as the mount Sion, which eyes wait upon the Lord our God, until he have mercy tandeth fast for ever.

may not be removed, but upon us.

2 The hills stand about Je. 3 Have mercy upon us,

O Lord, have mercy upon us; Lord round about his people,

rusalem, even fo ftandeth the for we are utterly despised.

from this time forth for ever4 Our soul is filled with

more, the scornful reproof of the

3 For the rod of the unwealthy, and with the despite godly cometh not into the lot fulness of the proud.

of the righteous, left the righPSALM I 24.

teous put their hand unto F the Lord himself had not wickedness. been on our fide, now may 4 Do well, O Lord, unto


eyes of a maiden unto the hand T

Therehat put their trust


in the gate.

those that are good and true 3 It is but lost labour that of heart.

ye hafte to rise up early, and 5 As for such as turn back so late take rest, and eat the unto their own wickedness, bread of carefulness; for fo he the Lord shall lead them forth giveth his beloved sleep. with the evil-doers, but peace 4 Lo, children and the fruit shall be upon Israel.

of the womb, are an heritage

and gift that cometh of the PSALM 126. Lord.

5 Like as the arrows in the WHen the Lord turned hand of the giant; even so are

again the captivity of the young children. Sion, then were we like unto 6 Happy is the man that them that dream.

hath his quiver full of them; 2 Then was our mouth fill- they shall not be ashamed when ed with laughter, and our they speak with their enemies tongue with joy.

3 Then said they among PSALM 128. the heathen, The Lord hath done great things for them. Lefsed are all they that

4 Yea, the Lord hath done fear the Lord, and walk great things for us already; in his ways. whereof we rejoice.

2 For thou shalt eat the la5 Turn our captivity, Olbours of thine hands; O well is Lord, as the rivers in the south. thee, and happy shalt thou be.

6 They that sow in tears, 3 Thy wife shall be as the shall reap in joy.

fruitful vine upon the walls 7 He that now goeth on of thine house. his way weeping, and beareth 4 Thy children like the on forth good feed, shall doubt. live branches round about less come again with joy, and thy table. bring his fheaves with him. 5 Lo, thus shall the man be

blessed that feareth the Lord. PSALM 127

6 The Lord from out of Xcept the Lord build the Sion shall so bless thee, that

house, their labour is thou shalt fee Jerusalem in but lost that build it.

prosperity all thy life long. 2 Except the Lord keep the 7 Yea, that ibuu shalt see city, the watchman waketh thy childrens children, and but in vain.





PSALM 129. | amiss, O Lord, who may a

bide it?
Any a time have they
fought against me from

4 For there is mercy with

thee; therefore shalt thou be my youth up, may lfrael now

feared. say.

5 I look for the Lord, my 2 Yea, many a time have

foul doth wait for him ; in his they vexed me from my youth up; but they have not pre

word is my trust. vailed against me.

6 My soul fleeth unto the 3 The plowers plowed up

Lord, before the morning on my back, and made long watch, I say, before the mornfurrows.

ing watch. 4 But the righteous Lord

70 Ifrael, trust in the Lord, hath hewn the Inares of the for with the Lord there is mer

. ungodly in pieces

cy, and with him is plenteous 5 Let them be confounded redemption. and turned backward, as ma

8 And he shall redeem If.

rael from all his sins. ny as have evil will at Sion. 6 Let them be even as the

PSALM 131. grass growing upon the housetops, which withereth afore it be plucked up

Ord, I Whereof the mower fill7

ed, I

. eth not his hand; neither he looks. that bindeth up the sheaves

2. I do not exercise myfelf his bosom,

in great matters which are 8 So that they who

go by say too high for me. not so much as, The Lord


3 But I refrain my soul, and {per you, we wish you good keep it low, like as a child luck in the Name of the Lord. that is weaned from his mo

ther; yea, my soul is even as PSALM 130. a weaned child.

, Lord,

Lord, I amhanot high mind

O called unto their po mord; ( from this time forth for ever


PSALM 132.

Lord, hear


voice. 2 O let thine ears consider well the voice of my complaint.

3 If thou, Lord, wilt be extreme to mark what is done

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Ord, remember David, and all his trouble.

2 How


2 How he fware unto the Sion to be an habitation for Lord, and vowed a vow unto himself; he hath longed for her. the Almighty God of Jacob; 15 This shall be my rest

3 I will not come within the for ever, here will I dwell, for tabernacle of mine house, nor I have a delight therein. climb up into my bed;

16 I will bless her victuals 4 I will not suffer mine eyes with increase, and will satisfy to sleep, nor mine eye-lids to her poor with bread. flumber, neither the temples 17 I will deck her priests of my head to take any reit, with health, and her faints

5 Until I find out a place shall rejoice and sing. for the temple of the Lord; 18 There shall I make the an habitation for the mighty horn of David to flourish; I God of Jacob.

have ordained a lantern for 6 Lo, we heard of the same mine anointed. at Ephrata, and found it in 19 As for his enemies, I the wood.

shall clothe them with shame; 7. We will go into his ta- but upon himself shall his bernacle, and fall low on our crown Mourilh. knees before his footstool.

PSALM 133. ,

Ehold, how good andjoyful , , ark of thy strength.

a thing it is, for brethren

to dwell together in unity: 9 Let thy priests be clothed

2 It is like the precious with righteousness, and let thy ointment upon the head, that saints sing with joyfulness.

ran down unto the beard, 10 For thy servant David's

even unto Aaron's beard, and fake, turn not away the pre-went down to the skirts of his sence of thine anointed.

clothing II The Lord hath made a

3 Like as the dew of Herfaithful oath unto David, and

mon, which fell upon the he shall not shrink from it ;

hill of Sion. 12 Of the fruit of thy bo

4. For there the Lord prody shall I set upon thy feat. 13 If thy children will keep for evermore.

mised his blessing, and life my covenant, and my teftimonies that I shall learn them,

PSALM 134. their children also shall fit up, Ehold now, praise the on thy feat for evermore.

Lord, all ye fervants of 14 For the Lord hath chosen the Lord;


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