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farid clciightoth PSALMS.
2:1 God's love. unilo thy merry, and (cachi me liyi 146 I cried unto ilice; sare nic, and
I shall thy keep lestimoning, 125 I am thy servânt; give me un- 147 \ prevenlcd lie dawnings of the derstanding, that I may kulow thy tes inorning, and cried: 1 loped in thy timovies.
wow. 1:26 It is time for thee, Lonto work; 118 Mine eyes prevent the nightfor they lave made void thy law. watckce, that I niylit meditate in this 127 Therefore I love Uy command-word. inents above gokl; yea,above fine gold. 149 Hear my roice, according unto
128 Therefore I esteéin all thy pre. thy loving-kindness: 0 Lord, quickeri cepls concerning all things to be right;me according to try judgment. and i bate everj false way.
150 They draw nieli what follow aler
mischief: they are far liom thy law. PE
151 Thou art near, O Lond; and all 129 Thiy testimonies are wondersul; thy commandments are tru:lı. therefore doth my soul keep thein. 152 Concerning thay testimonies, I
130 Tlie entrance of thy words giv bare knowi ol oled that thou hast eth liglit; it givell undersluding loumlel them for ever. to the simple.
RESH. 131 I opened my moud, and panted 153 Consider mine a Miction, and defor I longed for live commandments. liver me; for I do not forget thy law. 132 Look thou upon me, and be mer-154 Plead iny cause
, and deliver me: ciful unto ine, as thou usest to do unto quicken ne according to thy word. wiose that love thiy vamo.
155 Salvation is fiir Trom the wicked; 13:3 Order my steps in thy word: and for they seek not tly statuites. let not any inquily have doninion 156 Great are thy tender mercies, o
Lond: quicken me according to Vill 134 Delircr me from the oppression judgments. of man: so will keep the precepis. 157 Many are my persecutors and
135 Make thy face to shine upon thy mine enemies; yol do I not decline gervants; and teach me thiy statutes. from thy testiinonies.
136 Riversos waters run dowi mine 155 I bebeld the transgressors, anxl eyes, because they kerp nui tey law, was grieved; because they kept trol TSUDDI.
thy word, 137 Rigliteous art thou, O Lord,and 19 Consider how I love this procepis. opright are thy judgmenis.
quicken mne, O LURD, according toih; 138 Thy lestimonies that thou bast lovingkindness. commanded ure righteous and very 100 Ty word is true from the bus faithful.
ginning and every one of thy riglit 139 My zeal liath consumed me; be-cous judgmenis enuureth sor ever. cause mine enemies have forgotten
SCHIN. thy words.
161 Princes bare persecuted me with120 Thy word is very pure; tliere-out a cause : but my lieart slandetlı in fore ly servant lovelliit.
awe of by word. 141 I am small and despised; yet do 162 1 rejoice at thy word as one that not I forget thy precepts.
fiudetli real spoil. 3:12 Tliy righteousness is an everlast. 163 I hate and abhor lying: but thy ng righteousness, and thy law is the law do I lovo. truth,
16-1 Seren times a day do I praise 1413 Trouble and anguislı have taken thee, because of thy righteous judghold on me; yet thy coinmandments ments. are my delights.
165 Great peace have they which 144. The righteousness of the testi- love thy law; and nothing shall Ponies is errrlasting: give me under foftend tiem. wanding, and I shali live.
1016 LORD, I have loped for thy sal. КОРІН.
ration, and done tly coinmundments. 145 I cried with my whole heart: 167 My soul liath kept thy testimo leer nie, ) Lond: I will keep thy nies; and I love thein exceedingly.
108 I have kept thy precepts and iliy
the peace of the church testimonies: for all iny ways are be-/ 8 The LORD shall preserve thy going fore thice.
out and thy coming in from this time TAU.
forth, and even for evermore. 169 Lit my cry come near before
PSALM CXXII. thee, O Lond: give me understanding T A Song of degrecs of Duvid. according to thy word.
TWAS glaul wlier they said to me, 170 Let my supplication come before I Let us go into the liouse of the Lorn. thee: deliver me according to thy 2 Our Teet shall stand willin tlay word.
gates, o Jerusalem. 171 Mly lips shall utter praise, when 3 Jerusalem is builded as a city thritt thou hast tauglit me thy slalutea. is compact together:
172 My tongue shall speak of thy 4 Whither the tribes go up, the tribes vvord: for althy commandments are of the LOILD, up to the icelimong oils righteousness.
rael, to give thanks unto the name of 173 Let ihy band lielp me: for I the Lord. have chosen thy precepts.
6 For there are set thrones of jud 174 I have longed for thy salvation, ment, the thrones of the house of Di O LOND; and thy law is my delight, vid.
175 Let my soul live, and it shall 6 Pray for the peace of Jerusalem praise tlice; and let thy judgment they shall prosper that love thee. lielp me.
7 Peace be within the walls, and 176 I have gone astray like a lost prosperity within thy palaces. alieep; seek thy servant, for I do not for my brethren and companuus' forget thy conimandments.
sakes, I will now say,
Peace be within PSALMI CXX.
thee. Ti A Song of degrees.
9 Because of the house or ilic LORD In my distress I cried unto thelond, our God I will seek they good.
2 Deliver my soul, O Lord, from ly- TI A Song of degrees, ing lips, and from a deceitful tongue, UNTO thice dice leup nine yeso
\? or what shall be done unto thee, llou 2 Behold, as the eyes of servants look Calse tongue?
unto the band of their masters, and as 4 Sharp arrows of the mighty, with the eyes of'a maiden unto the land or coaly of juniper.
her inistress; so our eyes wait upon 5 Woe is me, that I sojourn in Nie- the LORD our God, until that he llave sech, that I dwell in llil tenty of Ke- mercy upon us. dar!
3 Have mercy upon us,O LORD,bave 6 My soul hath long dwell with him mercy upon us : for we are exceedthat liateth pence.
ingly filled with contempt. 7 1 an for peace: but wlien I speak, 4 Our soul is exceedingly filled will they are for war.
the scornmg of those that are at ease, PSALM CXXI.
and with the contempt of the proud. TA Song of degrees.
. WILL lil up inine eyes onto the TA Song or degrees of David.
Fit had not been the LORD wlio was 2 My help cometh from the LOND, whiclı made heaven and earth.
2 Is it had not been the LORD who 3 He will not euTer thy foot to be was on our side, when men l'osc (p) moved; he that keepeti: thee will not against us: slumber.
3 Thcolliey bad swallowed us up 4 Behold,le that keepeth Israel shall quick, when their wrath was kindled neither slumber nor sleep.
against us: 6 The Lord is thy keeper: the Lond 4 Then the waters had overwhelneri is thy shade upon thy right land. us, the stream had gone over our soul.
6. The sun shall not smite thee by 5 Then the proud waters had gone? day, nor the moon by night.
over our soul. 7 The LORD shall preserve thee from 6 Blessed betlie LORD, who latlı noi all oville shall preserve thy soul. given us as a prey to their teeth.
I bills, from
whence cometh my help. I l'oit bad side wow may Israel say ;
Gru's blessing in
thint that foar han 4 Our soul is escaped as a bird out of 5 Happy is the inan Uial bath his the snure of the fowlers: the snare is quiver Tull of them: they ehall not be broken, and we are escaped. istianied, but they shall speak will
8 Our belp is in the name of the the tuemies in the gate.
TT A Song of degrees.
THEY that trust in tic Lonv shan| BLESSED
is every one that feared
be as mount Zion, which cannot ways. oc removed, but abidelli forercr. 2 For thou slialt eat the labour of tliy
2 As the noun lains are round about hands: happy shalt thou be, and it Jerusalein,so the Lord is round about shall be well withi thee. his people from Prencelorth, even for 3 Thy wife shall be as a fruitful vine
by the sides of thy house: thy children 3 For the rod of the wicked shall not like olive-plants round about thy table. rest upon the lot of the righteous; lest 4 Behold, that thus siiall Die man be the righteous put forth their hands blessed that leareth the LORD. unto iniquity.
5 Tlie Lord shall bless Lee out of 4 Do goou, O LORD, unto those that Zion: and thou shalt see the good ol be good, and to them that are upright Jerusalem all the days of thy life. in their hearts.
6 Yea, llivu slialı see thy chillren's 6 As for such as turn aside unto their children, and peace upon Israel. crooked ways, the LORD shall lead
PSALM CXXIX. them forth with the workers of ini.
1 A Song of degrees.
Israel ANY a time
me from my
tlieni tlat dream,
prevailed against me. 2 Thien was our mouth Glled with 3 The powers plowed upon my laugliter, and our tongue with singing: lack ; they made long their fúrruwa then said they among the licathen,'The 4 The LORD is rigluteous: be liatlı LORD harb done great things for thein cul asunder the cords of the wickeil. 3 The Lord latlı done great things 5 Let thein all be coufounded and for us, where we are glad.
turned back that late Zion. Turn again our captinty, O Lord 6 Let them be as the grass upon the as the streams in the soulli.
house-tops, which withereth afore it 5 They that gow in tears shall reap groweth up : in joy.
'lierewith the mower Gillel! noi 6 He that goeth fortb and weepeth, his band ; nor he that bindeth sbeaves bearing precious seed, shall doubiless his bosom. come again with rejoicing, bringing 8 Neither do they which go by say, his slieaves riik hini.
The blessing of the LORD be upon PSALNI CXXVII.
you: we bless you in the naine of the T A Song of degrees for Solomon. LORD. 7XCEPT the Lord build the house,
PSILNI CXXX. . they labour in vain that build it:
1 A song of degrees. except the 2.000 keep the city, the OuTofle depths have I cried un
2 It is vain for you to rise up early, to 2 LORD, hear my voice; let thing sit up
late, lo eat the bread of sorrows: ears be attentive to the voice of my for so lie giveth his beloved sleep. supplications. 3 Lo, children are a beritage of the 3 If thou, LORD, shouldest mark ini LORD: and the fruit of the woinb is quities, O LORD, who shall stand? his reward.
4 But there is forgiveness with thee, 4 As arrows are in the hand of a that thou mayest be leared. miglity man; so are children of the 5 1 wait for the LORD, my soul dolu Vouil.
wait, and in his word do I hope.
for the ark. Nay soul ruzileth for the Lordvieion: I will satisfy her poor with more than they that walch for the bread. morning: Isay, more than tlry that 16 I will also clothe her priests with watch for the morning.
salvatio!; and her saiuts shall shout 7 Let Israel lope in the Lond: for aloud for jor. with the Lond there is mercy, and 17 There will I make the liorn of with him is pleoteous redempiiou). David tv bull: 1 liareordained a lamp
8 And he shall redeem Israel from for mine anointed. all lis iniquities.
18 llis cuenries will I clotlle willi I'SALNI CXXXI.
sliaine: but upon himself shall his T A Song of degrees of David. Crosyn flouriela
PSALMI CXXXIII. ouinc eyes loity: neillier do lex- T A Song of degrees of David.
LORD, oleise museli me mallers, or in Bandit below orlandbow please
my bed :
things too bigli for nie.
ant it is brethren to dwell to 2 Surely I have behaved and quieted gether in unity ! mysell, as a child inat is weaned of 2 It is like the precious ointmen! bis mother: my soul is even ag a upon the head, that ran down upon weaved child.
the beard, CICN. Aaron's beard; ihat 3 Let Israel lope in the Lord (rom went down to the skirts of his sure lienceforth ind for ever. PSALMI CXXXII.
3 Antbe dew of Ilermon, and as the A Song of degrecs. daw ibal descended upon the momi LORD Lice.ber David, and all
commanded the blessing, even life for 2 How le swaro into the LORD, and evermore. lowed unto the mighty God ol' Jacoli;
PSALDI CXXXIV. 3 Surely I will not coine into the tab
T A Song or degrees. cinacle of my house, nor go up into B Proants or the Lond, which by
yethe yo 4 I will not give sleep 10 mine eyes, night stand in the house of the lou), or slumber lo mine eyelids,
2 Lilt up your hands in the sanctus 6 Until I find out a place for the ary, and bless the LORD. Lorn, a habitation for the mighty 3 The LORD, that made licaven and God of Jacob.
eartls, bless thee out of Zion, 6 Lo, we beard of it at Epliratal:
PSALM CXXXV. of P
RAISE ye the LOND. Prvise je 7. We will go into his tabernacles : the name of the Lord; praise we will worship at his lootstool. him, ye servants of Ilie LORD.
8 Arise, O LORD, into lliy rest; thou, 2 Ye that stand in the house of t:e and the ark of tby strength.
LORD, in the courts of the houec of 9 Let thy priests be cloued with our God, righteousness: and let thy saints shout 3 Praise the LORD; for the LORD is for joy.
good: sing praises unto his vanie; for 10 Forthy servant David's sake turn it is pleasant. not away the face of thine anointed. 4 For the LORD hath chosen Jacobs
11 The Lord bath sworn in truth unto himsell, and Israel sur bis pecin. unio David; he will not turn froin it; liar treasure. Or the fruit of thy body will I get 6 For I know that the Lord is great, upon thy llirone.
and that our Lord is above all gods. 12 If thy children will kecp my cov. 6 Whatsoever the Lord plensel, that enaut and my testimony that I sball did he in leaven, and in earth, in thi teach them, their children shall also scas, and all deep places. sit upon thy throne for evermore. 7 l-Ie causeth ihe vapours lo ascend
13 For the Lonn lathe chosen Zion; from the ends of the earth; lie makeilu He hatłı desired it for bis habitation. lightninge for the rain; be bringeth
1.1 This is iny l'est for ever: liere the wind out of his treasuries. will I dwell; for Iliave desired it. 8 Illosmote the first born or ESP, 15 i will abundantly bless her pro both of nan and beast
Thank's duelo Goa
PSALMIS. for particular inercies. 9 Who sent tokens and wonders into 11 And brought outIsrael from anong the midst of thee, 0 Egypt, upon Pha- them: for his mercy endureth for raoli, and upon all his servant9.
10 Who snote great pations, and 12 With a strong hand, and with a slew mighty kings;
stretchel-out arm: (or bis mercy en 11 Sibon king of the Amoriles, and docth for ever: Og king of Bashan, and all llie king. 13 To him which divided the Rei homs or Canaan:
Sea into parts: for bis mercy endureth 12 And gave their land for a heritage, for ever: a heritage unto Israel his people.
14 And made Israel to pass through 13 Tby name, O LOAD, endieruch for the midst of it: for his mercy cndicu ever; and this memorial, O LOND, cth forever: throughout all generations.
15 But overthrer Pharaoli and liig 14 For the LORD will judge his peo host in the Red Sea: for liis mercy ple, and he will repent himself con endureth forerer. cerning bis servanis.
16 To bin which lcd his people 15 The idols of the beathen are silver through the wilderness: for liis meres and golel, the work of men's lands. endurech (or ever.
16 They liave mouths, but lbey speak | 17 To hiin wlich smote great kings not; eyes lave lhey, but they see not; for liis mercy endowell for cver;
17 They have ears, but they bear not; 18 And slew famous kings: for lus neither is there any breath in their mercy onclureth for ever. inoullig.
19 Silion king of llie Amorilcs; for 13 Tbey that make them are like un. his mercy endureth for ever: to them: so is every one that trustelb. 20 and Og the king of Bashan: los in them.
his mercy crdureik lorever: 19 Bless the Lord, 0 house of Israel: 21 And gave their land for a beritage: bless the Lord, 0 house of Aaron: for his mercy endurecth for ever:
20 Bless the LORD, O house of Levi: 22 Even it heritage unto Israel liig ye that sear the Lord, bless the LORD. servant: for los mercy ondureth fur
21 Blessed be the LORD out of Zion, ever. which dwelleth at Jerusalein. Praise 23 IVho remeubered us in our low yc the Lond.
cstate: for bis inercyendureth forever: PSALM CXXXVI.
2.1 And hall redeemed us from our O
GIVE thanks into the Lond; for enemies: (or bis merry endrreth for
he is good: for his mercy' enderer. cth for ever.
25 Who giveth food to all flesh: fur 20 give thanks unto the God of gods : bis mercy endureth for ever. for biy mercy onduerell for ever. 26 Ogive thanks to the God oflea 3 O give thanks to the Lord of lords: ven: for his mercy enduretle for ever. for luis mercy endureth for ever.
PSALM CXXXVII. 4 Tohim who alone doeth great won
Y the rivers of Babylon, there we Hers: for big inercy endurell for ever.
5 To bim that by wisdom made the we remembered Zion. lieavens: for his mercy endin'ch for 2 We langed our larps upon thie
willows in the midst thereof. 6 To him that stictched out the earth 3 For there they that carried us away above the waters: for his merey er. captive required of us a song i am church for ever.
they that wasted us required of us 7 Tolim that made great lights: for mirth, saying, Siang is one of lie his incroy endureth for ever.
songs of Zion. 8 The sun to role by day; for his 4 Hlow shall sve sing the LORD's song inerey endureth for ever:
in a strange land? 9 The inoon and stars to rule by olf I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let might; for his mercy endureth for my right hand forget her cunning.
6 If I do not remember thee, let my 10 To him that smole Egypt in their longue «leave to the roof ol'iy mouth; first bom!: for his mercy ondurch or if I prefer not Jerusale 1 nuove dry