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The voice of the Lord fraketh the wil: 8 And haft not shut me up into the hand mel; the LORD thaketh the wilderness of the enemy: thou hast let my feet in a Ladeth.

large room. The voice of the LORD maketh the hinds • Have mercy upon me, O LORD, for I am uire, and discovereth the foreits : and in in trouble; mine eye is conlumed with grick, temple doth every one speak of his glory. gea, my foul and my belly. The LORD fitteih upon the food; yea, 10 For my life is Tpent with gries, and my Lufto fitteth King for ever.

years with figlimg: my ftrength faileth bei The LORD will give itrength unto his cause of mine iniquity, and my bones are spie; the LORD will blels his people with consumed.

11 I was a reproach among all mine encPSALM XXX.

mies, but especially among my neighbours, Datid praeth God for his deliverance : 4 he and a fear to mine acquaintance. they that

kerteth aders to praise him, by example of did fee ine without, fed from me. Gods dealing cith him.

12 I am forgotten as a dead man out of Ajisalm and fong at the dedication of the mind: I am like a broken vedlel. houfe of David.

°13 For I have heard the flander of many: wm extol thce, 0 LORD; for thou hatt fear was on every wide: while they took liced me up, and bait not made my foes counsel together against me, they deviled Iqoice over me.

to take away my life. O LORD my God, I cried unto thee, 14 But I trutíed in thee, O LORD: I said, I thou hatt hcáked me.

thou art my God. O LORD, thou haft brought up my soul 15 My times are in thy hand: deliver me

the grave; thou hart kept ine alive, from the hand of mine 'enemics, and from 1 tbould not go down to the pit. them that persecute me. Ang unto the LOAN, O ye iaints of his,' 16 Make thy face to thine upon thy fergive thanks at the reinembrance of his yant: save me for thy mercies lake.

17 Let me not be athared, 0 LORD; for I For the anger endureth bul a moment; in have called upon thee: let the wicked be alavour is life: weeping may endure for thamed, and it them be silent in the grave. alt, but joy cometh in the morning. 18 Let the lying lips be put to dilence; And in my prosperity I said, I shall ne- which speak grievous things proudly and 5: moved.

contemptuously againt the righteous. *LOAD, by thy favour thou hatt made my 19 uk how great is tty goodnel , which

lain to ttand strong: thou didit hide thou haft laid up for them that fear thee: · Face, and I was troubled.

which thou hatt wrought for them that trust * cried to ther, O LORD; and unto the in thee before the fons of men ! i made fupplication.

20 '1 liou thalt hide them in the secret of What profit is there in my blood, when thy prefence, from the pride of man; thou zuown to the pit! Shall the dust praise thalt keep them secretly in a pavilion, from ne! tall it declare thy truth:

the trife of tongues. ficar, O Lord, and have mercy upon 21 Bletled be the LORD; for he hath shewed :. LORD, be thou my helper.

me his marvellous kindncts in a Itrong city. * i Thoa hait turneu for me my mourning 22 For I said in my hatte, I un cut off w dancing: thou hast put vff my lackcloth, from before thinc eyes: nevertheless thou sued ine with gladness;

heardeti the voice of my luppleations, when 12

To the end that my glory may fing praise I cued ur to thee, to, and not be ulent. O LORD my God, 23 o love the LORD, all ye his faints: for gee thanks unto thee for ever. the LORD puelurveth the faithful, and pletre PSALM XXXI.

tifully rewardeth the proud docr. David Alewing his confidence in God, crav- 24 Le of good courage, and he thall 64 du help. 7 he rejoitik in his mercy: ftrengthen your leart, ali ye that hope in pray cih in tis calamity: 19h praiseth God the LORD

PSALM XXXII. in the chict mutician. A pfalm of David. 1 Blefjedrefs conheth remifhen of fins N thee, O LARD, do I put my truit; let 3. Colife on onnis giveth one to the con.

11€ netcr be ashamed: Aleliverine in thy fcience." 8 Guds promules bring joy. tounefs.

9. A palm oi David, Maichil. 2 low down thinc ear to me; deliver me Leffe is" he whojt tranágreflion is for sedüy: be thou my trong rock, for an B given, whose fic is covered. Litá defence to Cave me.

2 Bicflcd is the man unto whom the LORD For thou art my rock and my fortress : imputeth not iniquity, and in wlote Spirit Victort, for thy names lake, lead me and there is no guile. rue.

3 Wlien I kept filence my bon's waxed 4 Palme out of the net that they have laid ola: through my roaring all ihe day long,

4 foc nic; for thou art my Itrength. 4 (For eay and night thy hand was heavy inte bine hand I cominic my spirit: thou upon me) my muiiture is turned into the kucerned ine, O LORD God of truth.

drought of funrart. Sclah. - I have hated them that regard lying va. 5 ack owledged my fin unto thee, and ***#: but I trust in the LOXD.

mine iniquity bave i not hid. I said, I will 7 I kiti be glad and rejoice in thy mercy: confess my tranfgreflions unto the Load , thea hak c naderu my trouble; thou and thou forgaveil the iniquity of in Lowo my soul in advertities;

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6 For this thall every one that is godly 21 For our heart shall rejoice in bist: ke pray unto thee, in a time when thou mayeft cause we have trusted in his holy name be found : furely in the floods of great wa. 22 Let thy mercy, O Loro, be upon eng ters, they shall not come nigh unto him. according as we hope in thee. 7 Thou art my hiding place; thou thalt pre

PSALM XXXIV. ferve me from trouble thou thalt compals i David prayah God, and exhortech ar me about with songs of deliverance. Selah. thereto by his experience. They are te

81 will instruct thee, and teach thee in ed that Irujl in God. the way which hou Malt go: I will guide the fear of God. thee with mine eye.

9 A psalm of David, when he changed 9 Be ye not as 'the horse, or as the mule, behaviour before Abimciceh; who trots which have no understanding; whose mouth him away, and he departed. come near unto thee.

praise Mall continually be in my mouth. 10 Many forrows shall be to the wicked : 2 My soul thall make her boaft in the but ke that trufteth in the LORD, mercy LORD: the humble ihall hear herref, 256 thall compass him about.

be glad. 11 Be glad in the LORD, and rejoice, ye 30 magnify the LORD with me, and righteous and shout for joy, all ye that are as exalt his name together. apright in heart.

4 fought the LORD, and he heard or, PSALM XXXIII.

and delivered me from all my fears. 3 God is to he praised for his goodness, 6 for his 5 Thcy looked unto him, and were light

porver, 12 and for his providence. 20 Confi- ened; and their faces were not at amed. dence is to b: placed in God.

6 Ti is poor man cries, and the Los REppare in there or for her righteous; for trecandelim, and saved him out of a 2 Praise the LORD with harp: fing unto

17 The angel of the Lordencampeth Trans him with the psaltery, and an instrument of about them that scar hire, and delivere) ten ftrings.

thein, 3 Sing unto him a new song; play skilfully 80 talle and see that the LORD it with a loud noise:

blefed is the man thai trulleth in him. 4 For the word of the LORD is right; and 90 fear the LORD, ye faints: for the al his works are done in truth.

is no want to them that lear him. 5 He loveth righteousness and judgment: 10 The young lions do lack and fire the earth is full of the goodness of the LORD. hunger: but they that seek the LORD

6 By the word of the LORD were the hea. not want any good thing. vens inade; and all the host of them by the 11 Come, ye children, hearken at breath of his mouth.

I will teach you the fear of the LORD. 7 He gathereth the waters of the sea to 12 What man is ke dat defircth Bre, gether as an heap: he layeth up the depth loveth many days, that he may lee good in ftore-houses.

13 Keep thy tongue froin evi, and thy 8 Let all the carth fear the LORD; let all from speaking guile. the inhabitants of the world itand in awe of 14 Depart from evil, and do wood; firs him :

peace, and pursue it. 9 For he spake, and it was done; he com 15 The eyes of the LORD are upon manded, and it itood fatt.

righteous, and his ears are con unto TO The LORD bringeth the counfel of the cry. cathen to nought: he maketh the devices 16 The face of the LORD is again ta of the people of none effect.

that do evil, to cut off the remembrance u The counsel of the LORD ttandeth for them from the earth. ever, the thoughts of his heart to all gene 17 The righteous cry, and the Lordless Yations.

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delivereth them out of all the'r trots 12 Blessed is the nation whose God is the 18 'The Lord is nigh unto them that att LORD; and the people whom he hath cho- a broken heart; and saveth such a de sem for his own inheritance.

contrite fpirit. 13 The LORD looketh from heaven; he be 19 Many are tire afflictions of the righte holdeth all the fons of men.

but the Lord delivereth lim out of 14 Front the place of bis habitation he look. 20 He keepeth all his bones: bot ons eth upon all the inbabitants of the earth. them is broken.

15 He fathioneth their hearts alike; hc 21 Evil thall Day the wicked; and confidercib all their works.

that l'ate the righteous thall be dr folate, 16 There is no king faved by the multi 12 The LORD redeemeth tbe foul of tut'e nf an hott, a mighty man is not deli. fervants: and none of them that truti *vered by much trength.

him fhall be defolate. 17 An horfe is a vain thing for safety: nei

PSA L M XXXV. ther ih!! hediver ny by his great ftrength. I Dar'id prayeth for his otu jafnt, er

18 Behold, the cye of the LORD is upon enemies confusion : 11 he NEFES then that fear tiim, upon them that hope their wrongful dealing : 22 thrady in his mercy

citrth God against thera. 19 To deliver their foul from dcath, and

14 palm of David. to keep them alive in famine.

Lead my cause, O LORD, with them ou help and our fhield.

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* Take hold of shield and buckler, and let them be clothed with name and dishe stand up for mine help

nour that magnify themselves againtt me. 3 Draw out also the spear, and ttop the 27 Let them thout for joy and be glad Thay againt them that persecute me, say that favour my righteous cause; yea, let them unto my soul, I am thy salvation.

say continually, Let the LORD be magnified, 4 Let them be confounded and put to which hath pleasure in the prosperity of his tame that seek after my soul; let them be servant. korned back and brought to confusion that 28 And my tongue shall speak of thy righde vife my hust.

teousness, a:id of thy praise, all the day long. $ Let them be as chaff before the wind:

PSA L M XXXVI. and kt the angel of the LORD chase them. i The grievous eftate of the wicked. 5 The

6 Let their way be dark and slippery; and excellency, of Gods mercy. let the angel of the LORD persecute them. I To the chief musiciari, A Psalm of David, 7 For without cause have they hid for me

the servant of the LORD. dair net is a pit, zuhich without cause they Twithin my heart, that there is no fear

"He transgression of the wicked, faith bare digged for my soul.

8 Let destruction come upon him at un- of God before his eyes. Inares; and let his net that he hath hid 2 For he flattereth himsclf in his own eyes, catch himself: into that very deftrucion let until his iniquity be found to be hateful. din fall.

3 The words of his mouth are iniquity and And my foul shall be joyful in the LORD: deceit: he hath left off to be wife, and to do that rejoice in his falvation.

good. 10 An my bones shall say, LORD, who is

4 He deviseth mischief upon his bed; he ike unto thee,

which deliverest the poor from retteth himself in a way that is not good; he him that is too tirong for fim, yea, the poor abhorreth not evil. and the needy from him that spoileth him? 5 Thy mercy, O LORD, is in the heavens,

11 Falle witnesses did rise ap: they laid and thy faithfulness reacheth unto the clouds. to mytharge things that I knew not. 6 Thy righteousness is like the great moun.

1. They rewarded me evil for good, to the tains; thy judgments are a great deep: 0 Spoiling of my soul.

LORD thou prefervett man and beait. 13 But as for me, when they were fick 7 How excellent is thy loving-kindnes, o w clothing tuas fackcloth: 1 humbled my God! therefore the children of men put their ed with fasting, and my prayer returned trutt under the thadow of ihy wings. Into mine own bosum.

8 They shall be abundantly fatistied with 141 behaved myfclf as though he had been the fatness of thy houte; and thou shalt make Dy friend or brother: I bowed down hea- them drink of the river of thy pleafures. Mily, as one that inourneth for his mother. For with thee is the fountain of life : in "Us But in mine advertity they rejoiced, thy light thall we fee liglit. mnd gathered themfelves together; yea, the 10 o continue thy loving-kindness unto hjetes gathered taemfelves together against them that know thee, and thy righteousness S and I knew it not; they did tear me, to the upright in heart.

11 Let not the foot of pride come against they gmaihed me with their teeth. 16 With hypocritical mockers in feafts, me, ar:d let not the hand of the wicked re.

long wilt thou look on? 12. There are the workers of iniquity falpicture my fall from their deftrudioris, my len: they are catt down, and shall not be daling from theless.

abie to rife. 11 vill give thee thanks in the great con.

PSALM XXXVII. frezation: I will praise thec among much David persuadeth 40 patience, and confidence

in God, by the different eflats of the godly ty Let oot them that are mine enemies and the wicked. Trongiully tejoice over me; neither let them

1 A falm of David. mbk virh the eye that hate me without a Fitcher be thoy envious against thc work.

Ret not thyself because of evil-doers, nei. to For they speak not peace; but they de- ers of iniquity; Tile deceitfal matters againt them that are 2 For they thall soon be cut down like the Julet in the land.

grass, and wither as the green herb. 41 Yea, they opened their mouth wide a.. 3 Trust in the LORD, and do good; so thatt paint me, and said, Aha, aha! our eye hath thou dwell in the land, and verily thou shalt

be fed. : This thou hart seen, O LORD; keep not 4 Delight thyself also in the LORD; and be likace: 0 LORD, be not far from ine.

fhail give thee the defires of thine heart, 13 Stir up thyself, and awake to my judg. 5 Commit thy way unto the LORD; trust nit , tres mto my cauft, my God and my also in him, and he shall bring ito pals:

6 Anu he shall bring forth thy Tightcoufthe Fudge me, O LORD my God, according neis as the fight, and thy judgment is the

1 Reit in the LORD, and wait patiently for Let them not say in their hearts, him: fret not thyself because of him who would we have it: Ict them not say,

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g For evil-doers shall be cat oil: but thote 37 Mark the perfe& mat, end bchen that wait upon the LORD they thall inherit upright: for the end of tirai nu is grea the carth.

36 But the tranfgretiors shall be di 10 For yet a little while, and the wicked together; the end of the wicked shall not be: yea, thou thalt diligently con- cut off. Nder his place, and it shall not be.

59 But the falvation of the righton 11 But the meck thall nherit the earth; the LORD; he is their strength in the time and all delight themselves in the abun- trouble. cance of peace.

40 And the LORD thall help then, 12 The wicked plotteth against the jutt, liver them; he thall deliver them in and gnatheth upon him with his tecth. wicked, and save them, because tesy aci

13 The LORD shall laugh at him; for he in him. Seeth that his day is coming.

PSALM XXXVIII. 14 The wicked bave drawn out the sword, David moveth Ged to take cespoon and have bent their bow, to cait down the pitiful case, his fonts being the case. poor and necdy, and to say such as be of q A pfalm of David, to briag to read Upright converiation.

brance. 15 Their word thall enter into their own heart, and their bows shall be broken.

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neither chatten me in thy he epica 16 A little that a righteous man hath is fure. better than the riches of many wicked. 2 For thinte arrow, ftick fan is me

17 For the arms of the wicked shall be thy hand pretieth me fore. broken: but the LORD upholdeth the righ- 3. There is no loundness in ny ten teous.

cause of thine anger; neither is the 18 The LORD knoweth the days of the up- rett in my bones because of my fin. right; and their inheritance thall be for ever. 4. For mine iniquities are gone are mi

19 They thall not be ashamed in the evil head; as an heavy burden they are w time, and in the days of famine they shall heavy for me. be satisfied.

5 My wounds itink, and are corrupt, 20 But the wicked shall perith, and the cause of my foolithness. enemies of the LORD Mall be as the fat of 6 I am troubled; I arn-dowed downgre Bambs: they shall confume, into smoke thall ly; Igo mourning all the day long. they consume a way.

.? For my loins are filled with a boathir 21 The wicked borroweth, and payeth not dijease ; and there is no foundoes its aça:n, but the righteous theweth mercy, and Aeth. givcth.

8 I am feeble and fore broken: Ibu 22 For such as be blessed of him thall inhe roared by reason of the difquietnes rit the earth; and they that be cursed of him heart, ihall be cut off.

9 LORD, all my defire is before thet; 23 The iteps of a good man are ordered by my groaning is not hic from thee. the LORD ; and he delighteth in his way. 1o My heart panteth, my irength fè

24 Though he fall, he thall not be utterly me: as for the light of mine eye, is Fait down: for the LORD apholdeth him evith gone from me. his land.

11 My lovers and my friends and 25 I liave been young, and now am old; from my fore, and my kin men da afo yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, 12 They allo that keek after my life nor his ieed begging bread.

snares for me, and they that fcek ruy 26 He is ever merciful, and lendeth ; and (peak mischievous things, and imagine his feed is blessed.

ceits all the day long. 27 Depart from evil, and do good; and 13 But I, as a deaf mar, beard for dwell for evermore,

"Tuas as a dumb man that opereth me 28 For the LORD loveth judgment, and mouth. Forsaketh not his faints; they are preserved 14 Thus I was as a man that besedo

or ever; but the feed of the wicked thall be and in whose mouth are no reprooie cut off,

15 For in thee, O LORD, do I hope: zy The righteous fhall inherit the land, wilt hear, O LORD my God. 2nd du ell tercin for ever.

16 For I said, Hrar me, lett aber eit! 30 Theinouth of the righteous speaketh wif- fhould rejoice over me: when my face with dom, and his tongue talkcth of judgment. peth, they magnify themselves wpaintin

31' '1 helaw of liis God is in his heart; none 17. For I am ready to hialt, and opleva of li ttips :: all fide.

is continually before me. 3. The wicked watcheth the righteous, 18 For I will declare mine iniquity; I and fecktth to say him.

be sorry for my tip. 33 'The LORD will not leave him in his 19 but miné enemies are lively, ast lland, nor condcmn him when he is judged. are firong; nd they that hate me vra

34 Wait on the LORD, and keep his way, fully are multiplied. and be thall exait thee to inherit the land: 20 They also that render evil for good when the wicked arc cut off, thou thalt ice mine adversaries; because I follow it

third good is: 35 I have seen the wicked in great power, 21 Forfake me not, O LORD: O my and ipreading himself like a green bay-tiee: be not far froin me.

36 Yet he panulaway, and, lo, he was not; 22 Make halte to help me, O LOID yra, 1 cough him, but he could not be found. Salvation,

are me.

SALM XXXIX.

9 I have preached righteousness in the tik care of his thoughts. 4. The conh- great congregation: 10, l'have not refrainea netin of the revity and vanity of life. my lips, Ở LORD, thou knowcit. The river mce of Gods judgments, &c. 1o T have not hid thy righteousness witho the chief musician, ren to Jeduthua. in my heart; I have declared thy faithful. A palm of David.

ness and thy falvation : I have not concealed wid, I will take heed to my ways, that thy loving kindness and thy truth from the in not with my tongue: I will keep my great congregation. uts with a bridle, while the wicked fs 11 With-hold not thou thy tender mercies

from ine, O LORD: let thy loving-kindness I kan dumb with filence: 1 held my and thy truth continually preserve me.

ma fruen good; and my sorrow was 12 For innumerable evils have compared fed.

me about; minc iniquities have taken bold My heart was not within me; while I was upon me, to that I am not able to look up: has the fire burned: then ipake I with they are more than the hairs of mine head; tengue,

therefore my heart faileth me. LORD, make me to know mine end, and 13 Be pleased, O LORD, to deliver me: 0

a cadure of my days, what it is; that I Lord, make haite to help me. ratow how frail lar.

14 Let them be ashamed and confounded Lehold, thou haft made my days as an together, that seek after my soul to deftroy Breadih, and mine age is as nothing it; let them be driven backward, and put

thee: verily every man at his beit to fhame, that with me evil. si altogether vamzy. Selah.

15 Let them be defolate for a reward of Burely every man walketh in a vain thew; their shame, that say unto me, Aha, aha!

they are disquicted in vain: he heap. 16 Let all those that seek thee rejoice op riches, and knoweth not who ihall and be giad in thee: let such as love thy Set them.

salvation say continually, The LORD be And now, LORD, what wait I for! my magnified. cirin thee.

17 But I am poor and needy , yet the Delivet me from all my transgressions, LORD thinkethapon me ; thou art my me not the reproach of the foolish. help and my deliverer: make no tarrying, I was durib, I opened not my mouth; O my God. thou didit it.

PSALM XLI. aRemove thy stroke away from me: 1 1 Gods care of the foot. 4 David complainett Tonfumed by the blow of thine hand. of his enemies treachery. 1. When thou with rebukes doit correet l'Ío the chief mutician. A psalm of David. Dfor iniquity, thou makett his beauty to Run away like a moth: surely every

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Lelled is he that confidereth the poor; po yanity. Selah.

trouble. :llear my prayer, O LORD, and give 2 The LORD will preserve him, and keep sato my cry; hold not thy peace at my him alive; and he shall be bleised upon the for I am a Itranger with thee, and a earth: and thou wilt not deliver him unto Gure, as all my fathers were.

the will of his enemies. 30 fpare me, that I may recover ftrength, 3 The LORD will ftrengthen him upon the fore I go hence, and be no more.

bed of languishing: thou wilt make all his PSALM XL.

bed in his fickness. Dle bout of confidence in God. 6 Obe- 4 1 faid, LORD, be merciful unto me; heal barter is the bet sacrifice, &c.

my soul; for I have finned againit thee. Yo the chief musician

A pa of David. Mine enemics speak evil of me; When ated patiently for the LORD; and he thall he die, and his name periih? dined unto me, and heard my cry.

6 Aud if he come to ice , he speaketh va. adde brought me up allo out of an ortible nity'; his heart gathereth iniquity to itlelf; out of the iniry clay, and fet my fect when he goeth abroad he telleth it. a rock, aad citablithcd my guings.

7 All thar hate me whisper together againft And he hath puta new song in my mouth, me: againit me do they devise my lurt.

Praise unto our God: many fall see it, 8 An evil disease, say they, cleaveth fait un-
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stand, and respecth not the proud, nor 9 Yea, mine own familiar friend in whom
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I trusted, which did cat of my bread, hath Play, O LOBD my God, are thy wonderful lifted up his heel against sne.

obiek truu fait done, and thy thoughts 10 But thou, O LORD, be merciful unto Buste to us-ward: they cannot be reckon- me, and raise me up, that I may requite Le in urder unto thee: if I would clare them. Israk of theia, they are more that can by 11 By this I know that thou favourett me,

because mine enemy doth not triumph over whec and offering thou didit not de. me. the dry halt thou opened: burnt-offer- 12 And as for me, thou upholdet me in de toh-cofiering talt thou not required. mine integrity, and fettet me before thy

Mustaid 1, 1.0, 1 come: in the volume face forever. the box! i written of me;

13 Bletled be the LORD God of Ifrael from to do thy will, O my God: yea, everlasting, and to everlasting. Amen and law # within my heart.

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