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fur his merry. 3 Wcaith and richie3 xhall be in liis! The mountams skipped like rams. nouse: and his righteousness endurell and the little lills like lambs. for crer.
5 Whal aile thee, Olliou Bea, that 4 Unto the upright there ariseth light thou fleldest? thou, Jordan,thai thou in the darkness: he is gracious, and wast driven back? full of compassion, and righteous. 6 Ye mountains, that ye skipped like
5 A good man showelle favour, and rams; and ye little bills, like lambs? leudell: be will guide his affairs will 7 Tremble, thou carthi, at the presdiscretion.
ence of the Lord at the presence of the 6 Surely he shall not be moved for God of Jacob; ever: the rigliteous shall be in ever- 8 Which turned the rock into a lasting remeinbrance.
standing water, the fiut into a loun. 7 He shall not be afraid of evil ti- tain of waters. dinga: his lieart is fixed, trusting in the
PSALMI CXV. Lond.
TOT untrus, 0 LOID, not unto us, 8 His heart is established, he shall but unto thy nam, gire glory, for not be afraid, until he see his desire thy mercy, and for tly truth's sake. upon his enemies.
2 IVherefore should the heathen say, 9 He liallı lispersed, he hath given Where is now their God? to the poor; his righteousness cudur-1.3 But our God is in the heavens; le eth for ever: bis horn shall be exalleu hath done whatsoever he pleased. will honour.
4 Their idols are silver and gold, the 10 The wicked shall aec it, and be work of inen's lands. grievel; he shall gnash with his teetb, 5 They have mouthis, but they speak and melt avay: the desire of the not; eyes hare they,but they see nol: wicked shall perish.
6 They have ears, but they learnot:
noses have they, but they smell not: PSALMI CXIII.
7 They have hands, but they handle RAISE ye the LORD. Praise, ye not: feet have they, but they walks
servants of the Lord, praise the not: neither speak they through thei: name of tlie LORD,
throat. 2 Blessed be the name of the LORD 8 They tliat make thein are like unto from this time forthi and (or evermore, them; so is every one that trusteth in
3 From the rising of the sun unto the them. going down of the same the Lord's 9 O Israel, trust thou in the LORD same is lobe praised.
he is their help and their shield. 4 The Lord is higli above all nations, 10 O bouise of Aaron, trust in the und his glory above the heavens. Lond: he is their help and their slieki
6 Who is like unto tlie LORD Our 11 Ye that lear the LORD,trust in the God, who lwelleth on high,
LORD: he is their beip,and their shield. o Who humbleth himself to behold 12 The Lond hall been mindful of the things that are in heaven, and in us: he will bless us; he will bress the the carth!
bouse of Israel; he will bless the 7 He raiseth up the poor out of the house of Haron. dust, and listell the needy out of the 13 He will bless them that fear the dunghill:
LORD, both small and great. 8 That he may set him with princes, 14 The Lord shall increase you more encn with the princes of his people. and more, you and your children.
I He maketh the barren woman to 15 Ye are blessed of the LORD which keep house, and to be a joyful inother made heaven and earth. or children. Praise ye the LORD. 16 The beaven,cuen the heavens, arc PSALM CXIV.
the Lord's: but the earth hath lie HEN Israel went out of Egypt, given to the children of inen. , ple of strange language,
neither any that go down into si 2 Judah was his sanctuary, and 1s- lence. rael bis doininion,
18 But we will bless the Lord from 3 The sea saw it, and iled; Jordan this inte furth 2011: for als driven back.
Praise the Lolio,
107.Voisc God PSALM CXVI.
? Let Israel now say, that liis merry I
LOVE the Lord, because he halb endurch fur erer. heard
my voice and Iny supplica. 3 J.ct the house of Aaron now say. tions.
that vis mercy onclureth forever. 2 Because le llall inclined bis ear [ Lettlem now that fear the Lonu unto me, therefore will I call upou say, ilat his mercy endurcth lor erer him its long as I live.
6 I called upon the Lord in distress 3 Tbe sorrows of dealla compassed the LORD answered me, and sel mit me, and the pains of bell gat hold up in a largo place. on ine: I found trouble ind sorrow, 6 The LORD is on my side; I will not
4 Then calieu I upon the name of lear; what can inan domnio me? the Lond; O Lord, I beseech lhee, 7 The Lord iaket! my part wille deliver my soul.
them that help me: therefore shall ( 5 Gracious is the LORD, and rigut. see my dcxtrc upon then that hale COUR; J'ea, our God is mercilul. 6 The Lond preserveth the simple: 8 Il is better to trust in the Lono I was brought low, and he helped me. than to put cuilidence in mari.
7 Return into thy rest, O my soul; 9 Is is better to trust in the Lor:) for the Lord hails deale bountifully than to pur confidence in princes . will thee.
10 All nation, compulssed me about; 8 For thou llast delivered my soul but in the name of the Lord will i from death, me eyes from tcars, andjuestroy them. any lecl [rom Calling
Il They compassed me about; ycry 9 I will walk before the Lord in the they conpassed me about; but in the land of the living
name of the LORD I will destroy them. 10 I believed, therefore have I spo- 12 They compassed me about like ken: I was greatly alllicted. bees; they are quenclied as the fire of
11 I said in any basie, All men (rrethorns: for in the name of the LORD liars. .
I will destroy them. 12 What shall I renderunto the LORD 13 Thou est tbrust sore at me tliat for all his benefits towards me? I might fall: but the LORD belped me. 13 I will take the cup of salvation, 14 Tlie LORD is my strength and and call upon the name of the LORD. sons, and is become iny salvation.
14 I will pay my vows unto the LORD 15 The voice of rejoicing and snlva. now in the presence of all his people. tion is in the labernacles of the right15 Precious in the sight of the Lord cous: the right hand of the Lo!:D is the death of his gaints.
doeth valiantly. 16 O Lord, truly lam thy servant;| 16 The right hanil of the LORD is I am thy servant, nnd the son of thy exalted; the right band of the LORI bandiaid: thou hast loosed my bonds.doctlı valiantly.
17 I will offer to thee the sacrifice of 17 I shall not die, but live, and dethanksgiving, and will call upon the clare the works of the Loun. name of llie Lon.
18 The Lord hath chasiened me 18 I will pay my lows unto the LORD sore: but be liath not given me over now in the presence of all bis people, junto clea:!.
19 In the courta of the Lord's house, 19 Open to me the gates of righteousin the midst of thee, o Jerusalem. ness: I will go into them, and I will Praise the LORD.
prise the Lond: PSALM CXVII
20 This gate of the LORD, into wliich
the righierius shall enter. O PRALS , Libre people nations and will praise the arfer the last
2 For bis merciful kinduess is great lion. Loward us: and tlie truth of the LOND Tlic alone which the builders te 3ndureth for ever.Prnise ye tlie Lond. Tused is become the head stone of the
PSALM CXV111. o
GIVE thanks unto the LORD: for 23 This is the Lord's doing; it is
he is good: because his inercy marvellous jl our eyes. endurcil for ever.
24 This is th: day which the LORD
and praises. hath nade; we will rejoice and be
GIMDL. glad in it.
17 Deal bountifully with thy servant, 25 Savc now, I beseech, llice, O Lond: that I may live, and keep by word, O LORD, I beseechi tliec, send oow 18 Open thou mine eyes, that I may be prosperity.
Hold wondrous things out of thy law, 26 Blessed be lie that cometia in the 191 am a stranger in the earth: liidle name of the LORD: we bave blessed not thy commandments from me. you out of thie house of the LORD, 20 Ny soul break cth for the longing
27 God is the LORD, which hath that it hath unto this judginents at all slowed us light: bind the sacrifice times. with cords, even unto the lions of the 21 Thou hast rebuked the proud ehnt altar.
ure concil, which do err from tliy 93 Thou art my God: and I will commandoents. praise tliee: thou art my God, I will 22 Remove from me reproach and exalt thee.
contempt; for I lare kept thy lesti. 99 O give thanks unto the LORD ; nouire. for he is good: for his mercy enduret: 23 Princes also did sit ord aprak for ever.
against me: bully servant did mediPSALNI CXIX
tale in tliy statuites ALEPH.
24 Thy Testimonies also are my die B LESSED are the uudelled in the ligjit, and my counsellors, way, who walk in the law of the
25 My soul cleayeth unto the dust; 2 Blessed are they that keep his tes quicker thou ine according to thiy timonies, and that seek liim with the word. syhole heart
26 I liore declared my ways and thou 3 They also do no iniquity: they Heartlest me: teacb me ty atalitea. walk in lig ways.
27 Mike me to understand the way Thou last commanded us to keep of ly precepta: so shall I talk of thy high precepts diligently.
wondrous worka. 5 O that my ways were directed to 28 Niy soul meltetl: for beaviness: keep thy statutes!
strengthen thou me according unlo 6 Tie slal I not be ashamed, when thy sord. I have respect unto all thy command- 29 Remove from me the way of lying
ind grant me ty law graciously. 7 I will praise thee with uprightness 301 have chosen the way of trutlı: oil leart, when I shall have learned thy judgments have I laid before mc. thy righteous judgments.
31 I have stuck unto thy testimonies: 8 I will keep thy stalutes: O for. O Lord, putine not lo slame. Gake me not utterly.
32 I will run the way of thy com BETH.
mandments, when thou els enlarge 9 Wherewithal shall a young man my heayt. cleanse bis way? by taking heed
HE. Ihcrelo according to thy word. 33 Teach ine, O LORD, the way of
10 With my whole heart lave 1 thy statules, and I sball keep it into sought thee: o let me not wadder the end, from tity commandments.
31 Give me understanding, and I slali 11 Thy word lare I hid in my heart, keep tly law; yea, I shall observe it that I miglit notain against thee. will my whole heart.
12 Blessed ort thou, O LORD: teach 35 Make me to go in tlie patlı or thy me tliy atalutes,
commandmente; ror tierein do I dc. 13 With iny lipa have I declared all light. de judgments of thy mouth.
36 Incline mis heart tuto tly testi14 I have rejoiced in the way of thy monies, and not to covetousness. testiinonice, as much as in all riches. 37 Turn away mine eyes from be
16 I will meditate in thy precepts, holding vanity; and quicken thou and have respect unto thy ways. me in iliy way.
16 I will lelight myself in thy stat. 38 Establish thy word unto thyaerute:: I will not forgotthy word. Yant who is denoted to thy fear.
on afriction. 39 Turn away my reproach which I jrobbed me: but I have not forgotten fear; loriby judgments are good.
thy law. 40 Bebolu, I have longed after thy 62 l inidnight I will rise to give precepts: quicken me in thy right-tbanks unto thee, because of'lly right
eous judgments. VAU.
63 I am a companion of all them that 11 Let tlıy mercies come also into fear thee, and of them that keep thy me, O LORD ; even thy salvation, ac- precepis. cording to thy word.
64 Tbc earth, O LORD, is full of thy 42 So shall I liare where with to an- mercy : teach me thy slalutes. swer lim that reproacheth me: for 1
TETI trust in thy word.
65 Thou hast dealt well with thyser. 13 And take not the word of truth vant, O LORD according onto thy word. ntterly out of my mouth; for I have 66 Teach me good judgment and loped in thy judgments.
knowledge : for I have believed thy 44 So shall I keep thy law continually commandments. forever and pucr.
67 Before I was addicted I weni 45 And I will walk at liberty; for I astray:but now have I kepithy word. brek thy precepts.
68 Thou art good, and Joest good; 16 I willspeak of thy testimonies also teach me thy stillutes. before kings, and will not be ashamed. 69 The proud_ have forged a lie
47 And I will delight myself in thy against me: but I will keep uy precommandments, which I have loved. cepts with my whole heart
-18 Ny bands also will I lift up unto 70 Their lienrt is as fat as grease ; thy commandments, which I have lov- bru I delight in thy law. ed; and I will ineditate in thy statutea. 71 ll is good for me iliat I hate been CAIN.
alllicted; that I might learu tiny alat 49 Remember the word unto thy ser- utes. V:10t, upon whiclıthou hast caused me 72. The law of this mouth is better to bope.
unto me than thousands of gold on 50 This is my confort in iny affic-silver. tion: for iby word bath quickened nie.
JOD 61 The proud have lind me greatly in 73 Thy bands bare made ine and clerision: yet lave I not declined from fashioned me: give me understanding. lliy law.
that I may learn thy commandments 52 I remembered thy judgments or 74 They that lear thee will be glauch old, O Lord; and hare comforted when they see ine; because I have myself.
hoped in thy word. 5:3 Horror lath taken uold upon me, 75 1 kaow, O LORD, that thy judga because of the wicked thać forsake thy ments are right, and that thou in lity.
faithfuloess last aflicted me. 5-1 Thy statutes have been my songs
31. 76 Let, 1 pray thee, thy mercilul in the liouse of my pilgrimage. kindness be for my comfort, accord55 I have remembered the name, Oliog lo thy word unto iby servant. Lonn, in the night, and have kept thy 77 Let ihy lender mercies come unto law.
ine, that I may live:for thy law is iny 56 This I had, because I kept thy delight. precepts. .
78 Let the proud be ashamed ; for CHETH.
they dealt perversely with me without 57 Thou are my portion, O LORD:1 a cause : but I will medilate in tij have said that I would keep thy words. precepts.
69 I cutreated thy favour with my 79 Let those that fear thee turn unio whole heart:be inerciful unto me ac- me, and those that lave known thay cording to thy word.
testimonies. 59 I thought on my ways, and turned so Let my heart le sound in thy stat my feet uinto thy testimonies.
utes ; Wat I be not neliapied. 60 I made haste, and delayed not to
CAPH. keep thy commandments.
SI My soul saintell sor tiy galintion: 61 The bands of the wicked have but I hope iv thy word.
(181071'SCS 82 Nline eyeg sail for thy word, say my laste! yen, swoctor than honey 10 mg, When wilt thou comfort inc?
3 For I am become like a bottlc in 104 Through thy' precepts I get un the smoke; yet do I not forget thy derstanding: therefore I hate every
84 How many are the days of thy
NUN, scrvant? when wilt thou exécute 105 Thy word is a lamp unto my judgment on them that persecule feet, and a light unto my paths.
106 I live sworn, and lwill perforint 85 The proud bave diggcd pits for il, that I will keep thy righteous judy me, wlich are not aller thy law..
86 All thy cominandiculs are faitli 107 I am aflicted very much : quick fu: they persecute me wrongfully ; en me, 0 LOND, according unto thy help thou ne.
word. 87 Tbey had almost consumed me 10S Accept, I beseech thee, the free upon earth; but I forsook not thy will offerings of my inoulli, O Lord, precepts.
and teachine thy judgments. 89 Quicken mealler thy loring-kind- 109 My soul is continually in my ness; so shall I keep the testimony of land: yet do I not forget thy law. tlıy mouth,
110 The wicked lare laid a anzre foi LANILD.
me : yet lerred not liom thy prerepla 99 Forever, LORD, thy word is 111 Thy testinonies lave I likeli as settled in heaven.
a heritage for ever: for they are the 90 Thy faithfulness is unto all gene- rejoicing of my heart. rationis : tlou bast established tlie 112 I have incliued my heart to perearth, and it abideth.
forn thy slalutes always, even into 91 Tley continue this day according the end. to thine ortlinances : for all ard this
113 1 bate vain thoughts : but the 02 Unlese thy law had been my de law do I love. glits, I should then have perished in 114 Thou art my biding place and nine aliiction,
diy shield: I hope in Uiy woril. 93 I will never forget the precepie : 115 Depart from me, je evil-doers : for with them thou hast quickened me. for I will keep the commandments of
94 I am thinc, sare me; for I lave my God. Bouglit thy precepts.
116 Uphold me according to thiy 95 The wicked lase waited for mc word, that I may live: and let me to destroy mc :but I will consider thy not be ashamed of my hope. testimonies.
117 Hold thou me up, and I shall be 96 I have seen an end of all periec-sale: and I will have respect unto thy tion : but by comigandient is cx- stitutes continually. ceeding broad.
118 Thou bast trodden down all MENT.
them that err froin thy statutes: for 97 O how love I vis law! it is my their deceit is falsehood. meditation all the day.
119 Thou puttest away all the wick 98 Thou, through thy comunanded of the earth like drose : therefore ! unents hast inade me wiser tlian mine love thy testiinonies. enemies: for they are ever with ine. 120 Nly fleshi wembleth for fear or
99 I have more understanding than thee; and I am afraid of thy juleall my teachers : sor ty testinionics ments. are my meditation.
AIN. 100 I understand unore than the an- 121 I have done judgment and justice cients, because I keep thy precepla.
leave me not to mine oppresso18. 101 i have refrained my feet from 122 Be surety for wy servant for every evil way, that I might keep tly good: let not uie proud oppress me word.
123 Mine eyes fail for tly salvatioll, 102 I bare not departed som lhy and for the word of thy righteous judgments: for thou hast taught me. 10:3 How sweet are thy words unto 124 Deal with toy servant accorling