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the best sacrifice. knoweth not who shall gather them. j 10 I lave not bid ty righteouaness 7 Aod nowy,
LORD, what wait I for ? within my heart; I lave declared viy my hope is in thee.
faithfulness and thy salvation : I have & Delirer me from all my transgres not concealed thy loving-kindueby an sions: make me not the reproaca orly truth from the great congregation, the foolish.
Il Withbold not thou hy tender iner: 91 was dumb, I opened not my cies from me, O LUND: let thy lovinginouth; because thou didst it. kindness and thy trutb continually
10 Remove thy stroke away from me: preserve me. I am consumed by the blow of thy 12 For innumerable evils have comhann.
passed me about; mine iniquities have 11 When thou with rebukes dost cor. iaken hold upon inc, 80 that I am not rect man for iniquity, thou makest liis able to look up; they are more than beauty lo consume away like a moth : the hairs of my bead: therefore my surely every man is vanity. Selals. lieart failetha 12 Ilear my prayer, O LORD, and 13 Be pleased, 0 LORD, to deliver me: give ear unto my cry; bold uot thy O Lond, inake laste to lielp me. peace at my tears ; Pirl ani a strani- 1. Let them be asliained and con ger with thee, and a sojourner, jals founded togeuler that seek after my all iny fathers were.
soul to destroy it ; let lbein be driven 13 O apare me, that I nay recover backward and put to shianie wiat wisis strength, before I go lieuce, and be 12 me evil.
15 Let them be dcsolate for a reward PSALM XL.
of their suame,
say unto me, Aha, T To the chief Musician, A Psalm of aha ! David.
16 Let all those that seek tliee rejoice WAITED paitently lor the LORD, and be glad in tliee ; let such as love
and he inclined unto me, and heard thy salvation say continually, The my cry.
LORD be magnified. 2 He brought me np ruso out of a 17 But I am poor and needy; yet the horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and Lord thinketh upon me : thou art my set my feet upon a rock,and establish- help and my deliverer; inake no tared my goings.
rying, O my God. 3 And he hath put a new song in my
PSALM XLI. mouth, even praise unto our God: many shall see it, and fear, and shall I To the chief Musician, A Psalm of trust in the LORD.
1e Blessed is that man esate meak eta B LESSE DES Le that
thie his , not poorthe hin we proud, nor such as turu aside to in time of trouble. lies.
2 The LORD will preserve hun, and 6 Many, 0 LORD my God, are uy keep him alive ; and be shall be blesswonderful works which thou hast ed upon the earth: and thou wilt uof done, and thy thoughts which are to deliver him unto the will of his eneus-ward : they cannot be leckoned up inien. in order unto thee: if I would declare 3 The LORD will strengtien him upand speak of them, they are more on the bed of languishing: thou wilt tbau can be numbered.
make all his bed in his sickness. 6 Sacrifice and offering lliou didst not 4 I said, LORD, be merciful unto me ;. desire ; mine cars last thou opened : cal my soul; for I have sinned against burnt-oflering and sin-offering lant thce. thou not required.
5 Mine enemies epeak evil or me; 7 Then said I, LO, I coine : in the When shall he dic, and his naine per: rolume of the book it is written of me, isli ?
& I delight to do thy will, O my God: 6 And is lie come to see me, he speakyea, thiy law is within my heart eth vanity:his heart gathereth iniqui 91 have preached righteousness in the ty to itsell; when he gocth abroad lie great congregalion : lo. I have not re- tellelli il. tranců my lips, Lond, thou knowvest. 7 All that hate me wliisper together 2 M
to se:Le GooL Against me: against ine do they devise mourning because of the oppression of
the enemy? 8 An evil disease, say they, cleaveth 10 As with a sword in my bones, fust unto bio : and now tbat he lieth nine enemies reproach me ; while nic shall rise up no inore.
they suy daily unto me, Where is thy 9 Yea, wine own familiar friend, in God? whom I trusted, which did eat of iny 11 Why art thou cast down, O my Dread, Lath lifted up his lieel against soul? and why art thou disquieted
within me? berpe thou is God; for ] 10 But thou, O LOND, be merciful shall yet praise him, who is the health nuto nie, and raise me up, that I may of my countenance, and God.
O God, and plead my ine, because mine enemy doll not tri. umph over me.
o deliver die from the deceitful and 12 And as for me, thou upholdest me unjust man. in mine inlegrity, and sellest ne 2 Fortbou artthe God of my strength: before thy face for ever.
wly dost thou cast me off ? wly god 13 Blessedbe the Lord God of Israelinourning becausc of the oppression froin everlasting, and to everlasting of the enemy? Ainen, and Amen.
30 send out thy light and tly truth ; PSALM XLII.
iet tliei lead me, let them bring me | To the chief Musician, Maschil, for onto tby boly bill, and to iliy tabernathe sons of Koral.
ces. Sthe panteth the water
will I go allar
11 By this I know that thou favouresti Jucause against an "ngodly nation
A frokostoppantela iney elbe waiter God,unto God ning exceeding joyiyen,
ther, o God.
upon the liarp will l praise thee, O 2 Niy soul thirstetb for God, for the God, my God. living God: when shall I come and 5 Why art thou cast down, O.my appear before God ?
soul ? and why art tlivu disquieted 3 MIy tears hare been my meat day within me? lope in God; for i shah ad night, while they continually say yet praise bim, who is the health of unto ine, Where is thy God?
iny countenance, and my God. 4 When I remember these things, I
PSALM XLIV. pour out my soul in me : for I had to the chief Musician for the sons of gone with the inullitude ; I went with
God, our fathers bare lold ut tude that kept holy-day.
uchat work bou didst in their days, 5 Why art thou cast down, my soul? in the limes of old. and why art thou disquieted in me? 2 How thou didst drive out the hen. nope thou in God ; for l alall yet then witli thy band, and plante:elst praise hiin for the help of his counte-them; how thou didst affict the piece
ple, and cast them out. 60 my God, my soulis cast down3 for they got not the land in posseswithin me : thereiore will I remension by their own sword, neillier din ber (hee liom the land of Jordan, and their own arm save them; but lliy of the Hermoniles, from the bill Mi- right hand, and thine arm, and the
light of thy countenance, because thou 7 Deep called unto deep at the noise hadat a lavour unto them. of thy water-spouts : all thy waves 4 Thou art my King, O God: comaad ily billows are gone over me.
mand deliverances for Jacob. 8 Yet the Lord will command his 6 Through thee will we push down uring-kindness in the day.time, anı our enemies; through thy name will h the night bis song shall be with me, we tread thieni under that rise up and my prayer unto the God of my against us. Jile.
For I will not trust in my bou, 91 will say unto Gall my rock, Why neither shall my sword save me. liast thou lorgolten me ? why yo il 7 Bul tliou hast pared us from our
The grace of
Christ's kingdom. enemies, and hast put them to shaineM speak of tlietings which !
Y hearts anditing a good maller: that hated us.
8 In God we boast all the day long, nave made touching the King: iny ind praise thy name for ever. Selah. tongue is the pen of a ready writer.
9 But thou hast cast off, and put ug to 2 Thou art fairer than the children sliame; and goest not forth with our of men; grace is poured into thy lips. arinies.
therefore God bath blessed thee lur 10 Thou makestusto turn back from ever. the enemy; and they winch bate us 3 Gird thy sword upon thy thigli, o fpoil for themselves.
most Mighty, with thy glory and thy 11 Thou hast given us like slieep op majesty. pointed for meat; and last scaliered 4 And in thy majesty ride prosper119 among the leather,
ously, because of truth and meekness 12 Thou sellest thy people for nought, and righteousne69; and thy right hand and dost not increase ihy wcalth by shall ipachi tliec terrible things their price.
5 Tline arrows
are sharp in the 13 Thou makest us a reproach to our heart of the king's enemice; ichereby neighbours, a scorn and a derision to the people fall under thee. them that are round about us.
6 Thy Throne, o God, is forever and 14 Thou makest us aby-word among ever: the sceptre of thy kingilom is a the leathen, a shaking of the head right sceptre. among the people.
Thou Jovest righteousness, and ) 15 My confusion is continually be batest wickedness: therefore God, why inre me, and the shame of my face God, bath anointed thre with the oil liati covered me,
of gladness above thy rellotve. 26 For the voice of bini
8 All thy garments sonell of myrri, proacheth and blasphemcth; by rea- and aloes, and cassia, out of the ivory Eon of the enemy' and senger. palaces, whereby they have mad.
17 All this is come upon 118; vetthee glad. nave we not forgotten thee, uciller 9 Kings' daughtersccre among thing bave we dealt falsely in thy covenant. honourable women: upon thy riglit
18 Our lieart is not turned back, nei land did stand the queen in gold or ther lave our steps declined liom thy Ophir. way ;
Jo Hearken, o daughter, and con. 19 Though thou hast sore broken 19 sier and iocline thine ear; forge! in the place of dragons, and covered also thine own people,and thy father's 119 with the shallow of death.
20 If we have forgollen the namcor! 11 So shall the king greally desire our God, or stretched out our hands by beauly; for be is thy Lond; and In a strange god;
worship thou him. 21 Shall vor God search this out? for 12 Aull the daughter of Tyre shall be he knoweth the secrets of the heart, there with a gift; even the rich anong
22 Yea, for thy sake are we killed all the people sliall entreat thy favour. the clay long; we are counted as 13 The King's daughter is all glorious eheep for the slaughter.
withio; her clothing is of wrought goll. 23 Awake, why sleepest thou, O 14 She shall be brought unto the LORD ? arise, cast us not off for ever. King in raiment of needle work: the
24 Wherefore hidest thou thy face, virgins ber companions that follow and forgettest our ailliction and our her shall be brought unto thee. oppression?
lö With gladness and rejoicing shall 25 For our soul is bowed down to they be brought: they stall enter into the dust: our belly cleaveth unto the the king's palace. Marth,
16 Instead of thy fathers shall be tlıy 26 Arise for our help, and redeem u3 children, whom thiou mayest make for thy mercies' sake.
princes in all the earth. PSALM XLV.
17 I will make thy pame to be re. I To the chief Musician upon Slio. meinbered in all gererations: there
thannim, for the song of Koralt, fore ehall the people praise thee for Maschil, A song of loves
of the church. PSALM XLVI.
18 God reigneth over the Heathen I To the chier Musician for the song God sittetli upon the throne of his
of Korah, A Song upon Alamoth. holiness. G JOD is our refuge and strength, a 9 The princes of the people are gati very present help in trouble. ered together, even the people, of the 2 Tlierefore will not we fear, though God of Abraham : for the shields of the earli be removed, and though the tlie eartlı belmig unto God: be is inountains be carried into the midst of greatly exalted. the aca:
PSALNI XLVIII. 3 Though the waters thereof roar 1 A Song and Psalın for the song or and be troubled, though the moun.
Kolalı. fining shake with the swelling thereof. GRE be praised in the city of our Selali.
• There is a river, the streams where God, in the mountaju of his holiness. olehall nake glad the city of God, Beautiful for siluation, the joy or the boly place of the tabernacles of the whole earth, is mount Zion, or the Most Higlio
the sides of the north, the city of the 5 God is in the inidst of her; Blie great King: shall not be moved: God shall help 3 God is known in her palaces for a her, and thal right early.
refuge. 6 The leathen raged, the kingdoms 4 For, lo, the kings were assembled, were moved: be ultered bis voice, the they passed by together. Cirth melled.
6 Tliey saw it, and so they marvel. 7 The LORD of hosts is with us; the led; they were troubled, and basted God of Jacob is our refuge. Selal.
8 Corne, behold the works of the 6 Fear took bold upon them there, LOND, wliat desolations lie hath made and pain, as of a woman in travail. in the earth.
Thou breakeat the ships of Tar 9 lIc mitketh wars to cease unto the shislı with an east wind. end of the earth; be breaketh llie bow, 8 As we liave heard, so have we seen and cullell the spear in sunder; be in the city of the Lord of hosts in the burncth the chariot in tlie fire.
city of our God: God will establish it 10 Be still, and know that I am God:
Selal. I will be exalted among the heathen, 9 We have thought of thy loviny. I will be exalted in the earth.
kindness, O God, in the inidst of thy Il The Lord of hools is with us; the temple. God of Jacob is our refuge. Selal. 10 According to thy name, o God,
so is thy praise uuto llie ends of the PSALNI XLYII.
earth; thy riglit band is full of rightT Tollie chicl Nlusician, A Psalm for eousness. the 30118 of Korah.
1. Let inount Zion rejoice, let the O
CLAP your hands, all ye people; daughters of Judah be glad, because of
shout unto God will the voice thy judginente. of triuinpii.
12 Walk about Zion, and go round 2 For llie LORD most liigh is terrible; about lier: tell the towers thereof. iais a great King over all the earth. 13 Mark je well her bulwarks, con
3 He sliall subdue the people under sider bor palaces; that ye may tell it us, and the nations under our feet. to the generation following.
4 He shall choose our inheritance for 14 For this God is our God for ever us, the excellency of Jacob whom he and ever: he will be our guide even loved. Selali.
unto deatlı. 5 God is gone up with a sbout, the
PSALM XLIX. LORD with lbe sound of a trumpet. I To the chief Musician, A Psalm for 6 Sing praises to God, sing pruses:
tlie song of Koral. sing praises unto
EAR , ; , praises.
7 For God is the King of all the 2 Botii low and high, rich and poor, earth: sing ye praises with under- together. standing
3 My mouth shall speak of wisdom;
our King, sing Here in abitants of die world :
The majesty of
Crud in the church, und the meditation of my heart shall from the rising of the sun unto the be of understanding,
going down thereof. + I will incliue roine car to a para. 2 Out of Zion, the persection of beau ble; I will open my dark saying upou ty, God liatisinined. the barp.
3 Our God shall come, and shall not 5 Wherefore should I fear in the days keep silence: a fire shall derour before of evil, when the iniquity of my lcels him, and it shall be very tempestuous bhall compass me about?
round about him. 6 They that trust in their wealth, and 4 He shall call to the heavens froni hvast themselves in the multitude of above, and to the eartb, that be may their richies:
judge his people. 7 None of them can be any means 5 Gatheriny saints together unto me; redeei bis brother, bor give to God a those that liave jpade a covenant with ransom for him:
me by sacrifice. $ (For the redemption of their soul 6 and the bearens shall declare liis is precious, ana it ceaseth for ever:) righteousness: for God is judge him
9 That he suonld still live for ever, sels. Selali, and not see corruption,
7 Hear, O my people, and I will 10 For he seeththat wise mendie,like speak; o lsrael, and I will testily wise the fool aod the brutishi person against tbee: l un God, even Uy perisland leave their wealth to others. God.
11 Their inward tlought is, thol 8 I will not reprove thee for thy sa their houses shall continue for ever, crifices, or thy buipit-oflerings, lo have and their dwelling places to all geu been continually before me erations; they call their lands alter 9 I will take no bullock out of thiye their own names.
house, or lie-goats out of thy folds. 12 Nevertheless man being in bonour 10 For every beast of the forest is abideu not: he is like tie beasts that mine, and the cattle upon a thousuid perish.
hills. 13 This their way is their folly: yet li lknow all the focus of the mou:their posterity approve their sayings. taing; and the wild beusts of the field Selith,
are mine. 14 Like sheep they are laid in the 12 Isl were hungry, I would not tell grave; death shall leed on them; and thee; for the world is mine, and the Ilie upright alall huve dominion over rulluess thereof. them in the noming; and their beau- 13 Will I eat the flesh of bulls, or iy shall consumne iu the grave from drink the blood of goats? their dwelling
14 Oller unto God thanksgiving: and 15 But God will redeem my soul from pay thy vows unto the Most Higli: the power of the grave. for he shall 15 And call upon me in the day of l'eceive me, Selal,
Trouble; I will deliver thee, and thou 16 Be not thou :afraid when one is shalt glorily me. made rich, when the glory of his liouse 16 But unto the wicked God saitli, is incrcised;
What last thiou to do to declare iny 17 For when he dietb he shall carry statutes, or that thou shouldest take nothing away: his glory shall not de- ing covenant in thy moulb? scend after him.
17 Sveing thou hatest instruction, and 18 Though while be lived he blessed caslest my words behind thee. bis soul: and men will prise tliee, 18 Wlien thou sawest a thief, then when tlou docet well to thysell. thou consentedst will him, and bast
19 He shall go to the generation of been partaker with adulterers. bis fathers; they shall berer see light 19 Thou girest thy moulli tu evil,
20 Man that is in lionour, and under and thy tongue Traeth deceit standeth bot, is like the beasts that 20 Tliou siitest and speakest against perish.
thy brother ; thou slanderest thine PSALM I..
own mother's son. TAPsalm of Asaplı.
21 These things bast thou done, and THE
THE mighty God, cven the LORD, I kept silence; thou thoughtest that I hath spoken, and called the earli was altogether such a cre as t!:sseli