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PSALAIS

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1 To the chief Musician, A Song or 9 And all men aball fear, and chall

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AKE a joyful noise unto God, all shall wisely consuler of his doing.

J'e 10 The riglileoussballle glad in the 2 Sing forth tbe lionour of his name: L.ORD, and shall trust in him; and all make his praise glorious lhe upright in beart shall glory.

3 Say unto God, How tcrrible are

thuu in thy works! through the greatPSALNI LXV.

ness of the power eliall lbine enemies | To the clier Musician, A Psalm and submit themselves unto thee. Song of David.

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in Zion; and wto thee shall the sing to thy naine. Selali. row be performed.

o Come and see the works of Gu: 20 thou that hearest prayer, unto he is terrible in his doing loward the thee shall all llesli come.

children of men. 3 Iniquities prevail against me: as 6 He turned tlic sea into dry land : Torour transgressions,tbou shall purge they went tirough the food on looi

there did we rejoice in bin. 4 Blessed is the man uchom thou 7 He ruletb by his powerfor erer; his "11003cst, and causest to approach unto eyes behold the nations: let nol the re lice, chat lie may' divell in thy courts : bellious exalt themselves. Selah. we shall be satisfied with the goodness & O bless our God, ye people, and í thy liouse,cuin of thy holy temple. Inake the voice of bis praise to be

5 By lerrible things in righteousness beard; wilt thou answerus, o God of our sl. 9 Which lioldeth our soul in life, and ration ; Who art the confidence of all sutieroth not our feet to be moved. the ends of the earth, and of them that 10 l'or thou, O God, hast proved us: se alur oil upon the sea :

thou haat tried us, as silver is tried. o Which by his strength setteth fast il Thou broughtest us into the net; the mountains; being girded with thou laidet amiction upon our.oins. power.

12 Thou last caused mento ride over 7 Which stilleth lle noise of the sens, our beads; we went through fire und the noise of their waves, and the 111. through water: but ihou brouglitest Us mult of the people.

out into it wealthy place. 8 They also that dwell in the utter- 13 1 will go into thy liouse with most parts are afraid nt ily tokens: burnt offerings: 1 will pay thee iny tlou makest the outgoings of the rowa, morning and evening to rejoice. 14 Ilich my lips hare uttered, and

9 Thou visitest the carth, and water my mouth lat spoken, wben I was ini (st it: thou greatly enrichest it with trouble. llie river of God, which is full or wa-16 l will offer unto thee burnt-sacriter: thou prepareslibem corn, when licce of lätlings, with the incense of tbou just so provided for it.

rains; I will ofler bullocks with goala 10 Thou watcrest the riilges thereof Selab. abundantly: liou selllest the surrows 16 Come and lear, all ye that rear Thereof: tbon makest it soft with God, and I will declare what be batlı showers: thou blessest the springing done for my soul. Lerrol:

17 I cried unto himn with my mouth, 11 Thou crowneet the year with tlıy and lie was extolled with my tongue. goodness; and thy patlis drop fainese. 18 IC I regard iniquity in my lear, 12 They drop upon the pastures of the LORD will not bear mo: the wilderness: and the little hills re: 19 But rerily God bath ber joice on every side,

he bath altended to the y 13 Tlie pastures are clothed with prayer. Nocks; the valleys also are covered 20 Blessed bc God, whi over willi corn; they shout for joy, turned away my prayer, they also sing

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acmmmng or the ark. PSALM LXVII.

11 The Lord gave the word : great I To the chief Plusician on Neginoth, was the conipally of tliose thut pubA Psalm 07 Song.

lisheli il. GUS 10D be merciful unto us, and bless 12 Kings of armies did see apace:

us; and cause bis face lo sline and slie that tarried at lioine divider upon us. Gelab,

the spoil. 2 That thy way may be known upon 13 llough ye lave lien among the parth, thy saving healtlı among all pots, yet shall ye le as the wings ot'a jous.

dore covered with silver, and her 3 Let the people praise thee, O God: reatisers with yellow gold. let all the people praise thee.

14 When the Alnuighty scattered + 0 let the nations beglad and sing kings in it, it was white as snow in For joy; for thou shalt judge the peo- Salmion. pile righteously, and govern the nations 15 The will of God is as the bill of upon earth. Selah,

Bashan; a hiigli dill, as the hill of 5 Let the people praise thee, O God; Bashan. let all the people praise thee.

16 Wby leap ye, ne liigh hills? this 0 Then shall llie earth yield her in.lis the bill which God desireth 10 crease: and God, even our own God, well in; yea, the LORD will dwell shall bless us.

in it for ever, 7 God shall bless us; and all the 17 The chariots of God arc twenty unds of the earth glu:111 lear lim. thousand, crun thousands of angels ;

PSALM LXVIll. the Lord is among them, as in Sinai, T To the clues Musician, A Psalm or in the holy place. Song of David.

18 Thou bast ascended on bigh, thou ET God arisc, let bis enemies be bast led captivity captive: thou hast

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rebellious also, that the LORD God 2 As suvoke is driven away, so drive mighl dwell among them. them away : 39 wax mielteil belorel 19 Blessed be the Lord, who daily ilie fire, so let the wicked perish at the loadells us with benefits, even thic God presence of Goll.

on our silvation. Selali, 3 But let the righteous be glad ; let! 20 He that is our God is the God of tem rejoice before God: jea, let salvation; and unto God the Lord beulicin exceedingly rejoice.

long the issues from death. 4 Sing unto Gud, sing praises to his 21 But God sliall wound the head of tiame : extollion that rideth upon the lis enemies, and the hairy scalp os beavens by his name JAH, and rejoice such a one as goell on still in his tresbefore liim.

passes. 5 A father of the fatherless, and a 22 The Lond said. I will bring again judge of the widows, is God in his com Baslian, I will bring my peopie boly habitation.

again from the depths of the scil: 6 God setteth the solitary in fami. 23 That Way fout may lie dipped in ries: be bringetli out those which are the blood of thine enemies, and the bound with chains : but the rebellious tongue of thiy degs in the same. (lwell in a dry land.

24 They have seen thy goings, O 70 God, when thou wentest forth God; quen the goings of my God, my before they people, when ibou didst King, in the savctvary. march througis ihe wilderness: Selab : 25 Tlie singers went before, the play.

8 The earth shook, the leasenis also ers ou instruments followed after; dropped at the presence of God; trenja.ong them iucrc the danseis playing Sinai itself was moved at the presence will timbrels. of God, the God of Israel.

26 Bless se God in the congregations, O God, didst send a plentifulleven the Lord, from the fountain of by thou didst confirm thine lsrael.

when it was weary. 27 There is little Benjamin with their congregation hatli dwelt'ruler, the princes of Judah and their u, o God, last prepared council, the princes of Zebulun, and ss for the poor. the princes of Naphtali,

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for diiuxcrance. 28 Thy God hath commanded thy 9 For the zeal of thy liouse hall ealen strengtii: strengthen, O God, that me up; ind uie reproaches of thein wliichtliou fast wrought for us. that reproached thee are fullen upon

29 Because of thy temple at Jerusa- me. Jem ghall kings brmg presents unto 10 When I wept, and chastened my thee,

soul with fastiog, tiat was to my re 30 Rebuke the combany of spearmen, proach. the multitude of the bulls, with the 11 I made sack cloth also my garments calves of the people, till every one and I became a proverb to them, submit bimself with pieces of silver: 12 They that sit in the gate epeak scatter tbou the people that delight against me ; and I was die song of the

drunkards. 31 Princes shall come out of Egypt; 13 But as for me, my prayer is untsi Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her thee, O LORD, in an acceptable time : lianis unto God.

O God, in the multitude of thy niercy 32 Sing unto God, ye kingdoms of hear me, in the truth of thy salvatioii. the earth; O sing praises unto the 14 Deliver me out of the inire, and LORD; Selah:

let me not sink :let me be delivered 33 To him that rideth upon the hea liom them that bate ine, and out of vens of heavens, which were of old ; tbe deep waters, lo, be doll send uulliis voice,and that 15 Let not the water-flood overflow a mighly voice.

me, neither let the deep swallow it" 34 Ascribe ye strength. unto God : up, and let not the pit slut lier mouth his excellency is over Israel, and his upon me. strength is in the clouds.

16 Hear me, O LOND, for thy loring35 0 God, thou art terrible out of kindness is good : turn into die accordi thy holy places: the God of Israel is ing to the multitude of diy tender be that givelit strength and power mercies. unlo his people. Blessed be God. 17 And liide not thy face from the PSALM LXIX.

servant; for I am in trouble; hear 1 To the chief Musician upon Slo-me speedily.

shanniin, A Psalm of David. 18 Draw night unto my soul, and AVE me, O God; for the water redeem it: deliver me, because of are coine in unto my soul.

mine enemies. 2 I sink in deep mire, where there is 19 Thou last known my reproach, no slandling: I am come into deep wa- and my shame, and my dishonour : ters, wliere the floods overflow nie. minc adversaries are all before thee.

3 1 an weary of my crying : my 20 Reproach bath broken my lieart; throat is driei: inine eyes fail wliile and I am full of leaviuese: and I look: I wait for my God.

ed for some to take pity, but there inns 4 They that bate mo without a cause none; and for comforters, but I foun: are ngre tan the liairs of my head: none. they that would destroy me, being| 21 They gave me also gall for my mine enemies wronglully, are miglity : meat; and in my thirst they give me then I restored that which I took not vinegar to drink. away.

22 let their table become a spare bea 60 God, tlıou knowest my foolish- fore tbem: and that which shoulli ness; and my sins are not hid fruin have been for their welfare, let it be thee.

come a trap. 6 Let not thicin that wait on thee, 023 Let their eyes be darkened, that Lord God of lio919, be ashamed for my they sec not; and make their loins Bake : let not those that seek thee be continually to sbake. confounded for my sake, O God of 19- 24 Pour out thine indignation upo! mel.

them, and let thy wradilulanger like 7 Because for the sake I have borne hold or them. reproaclı; shame lath covered my face. 25 Let their habitation be desolate ;

S I am become a stranger unto my and let none dwell in their tents. bretbren, and an alien unto my moth-26 For they persecute him whoni l's children.

thou hast snitten; and they talk 16

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Duvia prayel

1'SALNIS.

furi perseverance the grics of those wliom thou hast thou lingt giren commandment to save wounded.

me; for thou art my rock and iny for 27 Add iniquity into their iniquity: tress. and let thein not come into thy riglit- 4 Deliver me, O my God, out of the

hand of the wicked; out of the hand 28 Let them be blotted out of the of the unrighteous and cruel man. book of the living, and not be written 5 For thou are my Lope,OLORD God; with the mynteous.

thou art my trust froin my youth. 29 But I am poor and sorrowful: let 6 By thee bave I been loiden up fronı thy salvation, O God, set me up on the womb : thou art be that took nie high.

out of my mother's bowels : my praise 30 I will praise the name of God shall be continually of thee. with a song, and will magaisy him7 I am as a wonder unto many; but with thanksgiving.

thou art my strong reluge. 31 This also shall please the LORD 8 Let my mouth be filled with thy beller than an ox or bullock that latlı praise and with thy honour all the day. liorns and looss.

9 Cast me not oil in the time of oll 32 The humble shall see this, and be age; forsake me not wlien iny strengela glad : and your heart shall live tlal Milethi. scek God.

10 For mine enemies speak against 33 For the Lord hcareth the poor, me; and they that lay wait for my and despiseth not his prisoners. sou take counsel together,

3+ Let the lieaven and earth praise 11 Saying, God bath forsaken him: liim, the sens, and every thing that persecute and lake lim ; for there is moveth therein:

uone to deliver him. 35 For God will save Zior, and will 120 God, be not far froin me: Oiny build the cities or Judalı; that they God, make haste for iny help. may dwell there, and have it in pos- 13 Let them be confounded and consession

suned that are adversaries lo my soul 36 The seeu also of bis scrvants shall let thein bécorerer vill reproach and iglierit it; and they that lore bis naine dislonour that seek my hurt. shall dwell therein.

14 But I will hope continually, and PSALDI LXX.

will yet praise tliee more and more. 11 To the chief Musician, A Psalm of 15 My mouth shall slow fortli thy

Davil, to bring to reinembrance. righteousness and thy salvation all M

TAKE haste, O God,to delizer me; Hie day; for I know not the numbers

make haste to help me, O LOUD. thereof. 2 Let them be ashamed and consoun- 16 I will go in the strength of the ded chat seek aller my soul: let them Lord God: I will make mention of be turned backward, and put to con- thy righteousness, even or thine only. fusion, that desire my burt.

17 O God, thou hast taught me from 3 Let them be turned back for a rcling youtlı; and hitherto have I deward of their shame that say, Ahaaha! clared they wondrous works.

4 Let all those that seck thee rejoice 18 Now also, when I an old and and be glad in thice: and let such as grey-headed, O God, forsake me nol., love thy salvation eay continually, Let until I have shown thy strength unto God be magnified.

this generation, and thy power to I 5 But I ain poor and necdy ; makelevery one that is to come. haste unto me, O God: thou art my 19 Thy righteousness also, O God, is lielp and my deliverer; O LORD, make very high, who hast done great things; no tarrying

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PSALM LXXI.

20 Thou, which last showed me N thce, O LORD, do I put my crust; great and sore troubles, shalt quicken

me again, and shalt bring me up again 2 Deliver me in thy righteousness, from the depths of the earth. and cause me to escape: incline thine 21 Thou glialt increase my greatness, ear unlo me, and save ine.

and comfort me on every side. 3 Be thou my strong babitation ;| 22 I will also praise thee with the wherсunto I may continually resort:lpsaltery, cuien thy truth, O my God:

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of the nickel unto thee will I sing with the harp, Otains; the fruit thereof shall blake lilie ebou Isoly One of Israel.

Lebanon; and they of the city shall 23 My lips snall greatly rejoice when flourish like grass of the earth. I sing unto thee; and my soul, which 17 His name shall endure for ever thou hast redeemed.

his name shall be continued as long it 24 My tongue also shall talk of tlıy the sun and men shall be blessed in righteousness all the day long: for lim: all nations shall cali bim blessed they are confounded, for they are 18 Blessed be the LORD God, the Guil prouglit uuto shame, that seck my of Israel, who only doethe wondrous liurt

things. PSALNI LXXII.

19 And blessed be his glorious name TA Psalm for Solomon. for pver: and let the whole earth lon YIVE the king thy judgments, O filled with bis glory. Amen, and

God, and thy righteousness unto Amen. the king's son.

20 The prayers of David the son or 2 He shall judge thy people with Jesse are ended. rightcolis/1093, and this poor with judg.

I'SALMI LIXUI. men

TA Psalm of Asaplı. 3 The mountains sliall bring peaco RULY is good to Israel, euen to the people, and the little bills, by righteousness.

2 But as for me, my feel were almost 4 He shall judge the poor of the peo- gone; my aleps bad well nigli slipped. ple, lie shall eave tbe children of the 3 for I was envious at the foolishi, ueedy, and shall break in pieces wie when I saw the prosperity of the oppressor.

wicked. 5 Tiey shall fear thee as long as the 4 For there are no bands in their Aun and moon endure, throughout all death: but their strength is firm. generations.

5 They are not in trouble as other 6 He shall come down like rain upon nen; neither are they plagued like the mown grass; as slowers ihat other men. water the eartlı.

6 Therefore price compasseth them 7 lu luis days shall the riglıteous about as a chain; violence covereth flourish; and abundance o: peace 80 them as a girment. long as the moon endurelli.

7 Their eyes stand out with fatnese : S He shall have dominion also from they have more than licart could wish. sea to sea, and from we river unlo the 8. They are corrupt, and speak wickerds of the carllı.

edly concerning oppression: they 9 Thiey that dwell in the wilderness speak lortily. Shill bow before him; and his ene- 9 They set their mouth against the mies shall lick the dust,

bearens, and their tongue walketli 10 The kings of Tarshish and of the through the earth, isles shall bring presents: the kings of 10 Therefore his people return bithShelia and Sela slall offer gifta. er: and waters of a full cupare wruns 11 Yea, all kings shall fall down be- out to them. fore linn; all nations shall serve hiin. Il And they say, How doth Goil

12 For he sliall deliver the necdly know ? and is there knowledge in the when lie crieth; the poor also, and Most High ? him that hall no helper.

12 Beloki, these are the ungodly', 13 He shall spare the poor and needy, who prosper in the world; they in. and shall save the souls of the needy. crease in riches.

14 He shall redeem their soul from 133 Verily I have cleansed my beart deceit and violence: and precious in rain, and washed my hands in olall their blood be in his siglit.

innocency, 15 And he shall live, and to him sball| 14 For all the day long have I been be given or the gold of Sheba: prayer plagued, and chastened every mornalso shall be made for hiin continually; ing. and daily shall he be praised. - 15 10 I say, I will speak thus; behold,

16 Thcre gliall be a handful of corn in I should ollend ugainst the gencration the cirth upon the top of the moun for thy children.

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