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PSALM XLII,

2 How thou didft drive out the heathea wit Davids zeal to serve God in the temple. thy hand, and plantedit them; kot thou dide I To the chief musician. Maichil, for the aflict the people and cant them out. fons of Korab.

3 For they got not the land in policia by A

brooks, fo panteth my soul after thee, save them; but thy right hand, and this O God.

arm, and the light of thy countenance, bo 2 My soul thirfteth for God, for the liv. cause thou hadil a favour unto them. in God; when thall I come and appear be 4 Thou art my king, O God: comari fore God?

deliverances for Jacob. 3 My tears have been my meat day and s Through thee will we puth down ouers night, while they continuaúy say unto me, mies; through thy name will we tread then Where is thy God?

4 When I remember these things, I pour 6 For I will not trutt in my bow, neithe out my foulin me: for I had gone with the ball my sword fave me. multitude; I went with them to the house of 7-But thou haft saved us from our enemies, God, with the voice of joy and praise, with and bait put them to shame that hated in à multitude that kept holy-day.

8 In God we boaft all the day long, an! 5 Why

art thou catt down, Ómy soul? and praise thy name for ever. Selah. why art thou disquieted in me? Hope thou in 9 But thou haft caft off and put as to that, God: for 1 Thall yet praise him for the help and goeft not forth with our armies. of his countenance.

10 Thou makeft us to turn back from 6 0 my God, my soulis caft down wituin enemy; and they which hate us fpoil lot me: therefore will I remember thee from the themielves. land of Jordan, and of the Hermonites, from 11 Thou haft given us like theep appast the hill Mizar.

for meat; and hat scattered us ining 7 Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of thy heathen. water-spouts: all thy waves and thy billows 12 Thou Telleft thy people for nought, a are gone over me.

dott not increase thy wealt by their pricz. 8 Yet the LORD will command his loving 13 Thou makett us a reproach to our ORE kindness in the day-time, and in the night bours, a scorn and a deriúon to than that his song fhall be with me, and my prayer un- round about us. to the God of my life.

14 Thou makcft ns a by-word among I will say unto God my rock, Why hatt heathen, a thaking of the head among thou forgotten me? why go I mourning be- people. caule of the oppresion of the enemy? 15 My confufion is continually before

10 As with a sword in my bones mine and the shame of my face hath covered enemies reproach me; while ihey say daily 16 For the voice of him that reproach unto me, Where is thy God?

and blafphemeth; by reason of the con ni Why art thou cait down, O mysoul : and and avenger. why art thou difquicted within me? Hope 17 all this is come upon us; yet lave thou in God; for I thall yet praise him, who not forgotten thee, neitber have we da is the health of my countenance, and my faltely in thy covenant. Ged.

18 Our heart is not turned back, nebo PSALM XLIII.

have our fteps declined f.om thy way. David, praying to be restored to the temple, 19 Though thou hatt fore broken as it pru.mféih in ferro God only.

place of dragons, and covered tis with de pude men in codiy and plead me aeree hadow of death.

20 If we have forgotten the name of from the deceitful and unjuft man.

God, or stretched out our hands to a ttruum 2. For thon ari the God of my itrength: why god, doit tbon caft me off why go I mourning 21 shall not God search this out? to because of the opprefion of the enemy? knoweth the Secrets of the heart.

3 0 send out thy light and thy truth ; let 22 Yea, for thy Cake are wekilled at the them lead me, let then bring me unto thy long; we are counted as theep for thcatt holy hall, and to thy tabernacles.

23 Awake, wliy sleepen thou, O Lot 4 Ty.cn will I go unto the altar of God, un- arife, catt is not off for ever. to God my exceeding jov: yea, upon the 24 Wherefore hideit thou thy face, and harp will I praise thee, o God, my God. gettcit our amiation and ou oppresort

s'Why art thou catt down, O'ıny soul? and 25 For our soul is bowed down to the why art'thou dilquieted within met Hope in our belly cleaveth unto the earth. God; for I thall yet praisc him, who is the 26 Arife for our help, and recken us, bealth of my countenance, and iny God. thy-jercies fake. PSALM XLIV.

PSALM XLV. 1 The church, in memory former favours, 1 The

majcky and grace of Christ to 7 complaineth of her prefent evil: 77 pro 10 The Lury of the church. falling her integrity, 24 fe fervently prayeth $ To the clief imtician upon Shaths for furour.

for the fons of Korah, Malchil. A feny To the chief mufician for the sons of loves, ye bave Koordinate the our ears, o God, Myplasser she things where and that the

our father have to dus, rohat work touching the King; my toe LC touch in their daya, in the lines of old; a ready writci.

nou art fairer than the children of men: 8 Come, behold the works of the LORO,

poured into thy lips; therefore God what defolations he hath made in the earth: briefed thee for ever.

9 He inaketh wars to cease unto the end of Gird thy sword upon thy thigh, O moj the earth; le breaketh the bow, and cutreth ty, with thy glory and thy majefty. the fpear in sunder: he burneth the chariot And in thy majesty ride prosperoutlý, bc- in the fire. e of truth, and meekness, and righteous- 10 Be ftill, and know that I am God; I will i and thy right hand thall teach thee be exalted among the heathen, I will be exstle things.

alted in the earth. I bine arrows are sharp in the heart of I The Lord of hofts is with us; the God kings enemies; whereby the people fall of Jacob is our refuge. Selah. I thee.

PSALM XLVII. Ttry throne, O God, is for ever and The nations are exhorted cheerfully to entertain the sceptre of thy kingdom is a right the kingdom of Chrift.

1 To the chief muficlan. A psalm for the Thou loveft righteousnels, and hateft

fons of Korab. ed taee with the oth of gladnesdabaré O Chao your hands, all ye people; thout f-llows,

2 For the LORD most high is terrible; he AN thy garments smell of myrrh, and is a great King over all the earth. • cad catha, out of the ivorý palaces,

3 He shall fubdue the people under us, and by they have made thee glad.

the nations under our feet. Kiogs daughters were among thy ho- 4 He shall choose our inheritance for us, ble wonen: upon thy right hand did the excellency of Jacob, wliom he loved. the queen in gold of Ophir.

Selah. farken, o daughter, and confider, and s God is gone up with a shout, the Lors se thine ear; forget also thine own peo- with the sound of a trumpet. and thy fathers house;

6 Sing praises to God, fing praises : fing so that the king greatly desire thy praises unto our King, fing praises. sty: for he is thy LORD, and worship 7 For God is the king of all the earth: fing

ye præises with understanding. : Ad the daughter of 'Tyre shall be there 8 God reigneth over the heathen: God fit. na gift; puen the rich among the people teth upon the throne of his holiness. Istrcat thy favour.

9 The princes of the people are gathered 3 Ibe Kings daughter is all glorious with together, even the people of the God of Ah

o clothing is of wrought gold. rahan; for the shields of the carth belong

she shall be brought unto the King in unto God; he is greatly exalted. ces of needle-work: the virgins her

PSALM XLVIII. cions that follow her Thall be broughit The ornaments and privileges of the church.

9 A song and plalin for the sons of Korall. is Wih gladness and rejoicing Thally they praised in the city of our God, in tine brought : they fhall enter into the Kings

mountain of his holiness. 16 mitead of thy fathers thall be thy chil- 2 Beautiful for situation, the joy of the 23, whom thou inayeft make princes in all whole earth, is mount Zion; on the tides of

the north, the city of the great King. 1+ I will make thy name to be remembered 3 God is known in her palaces for a refuge.

generations; therefore thall the people 4 For, lo, the kings were assembled, they Is thee for ever and ever.

paired by together. PSALM XLVI.

5 They faw it, and fo they marvelled; they The confidence which !he church hath in God: were troubled, and hatted away. 8 an ex ortation to con!emplate the corks of 6 Fear took hold upon them there, and Presidence.

pain, as of a woman in travail. To the chief musician for the fons of Ko- 7 Thou breakeft the Mhips of Tarshish with rak. A song upon Alamoih.

an ealt wind. COD is our refuge and strength, a very

8A we have heard, so have we feen in prefent help in trouble:

the city of the LORD of hosts, in the city * Therefore will not we fear, though the of our God: God will establish it for ever. arth be removed, and though the mountains Selah. pre carried into the midst of the fea;

9 We have thought of thy loving-kindness, Theugt the waters thereof roar and be o God, in the midit of thy'temple. 17 zuled, though the mountains shake with 10 According to thy name, O God, fo is **t fvelling thereof. Sesh,

thv praite unto the ends of the earth: thy There is a river, the freams whereof right hand is full of righteoufnefits 2 pake glad the city of God; the holy II Let mount Zion rejoice, let thedaughters

the rahernacles of the most High. of Judah be glad because of thy judginents. I God in the midst of her; the thall not iz Walk about Zion, and go round about domovcd: God thall help her, and that right her: ten the towers thereof,

13 Mark ye well her hulwarks, confider & The heathen saged, the kingdoms were her palaces; that ye may tell it to the

gene. move 4, 1- uttered his voice; the earth melted. ration following: The LORD of lofts is with us; the God

14 For this God is our God for ever and Jacob - our rcfuge. Selalu.

ever; he will be our guide (von unto de

him,

PSA L M XLIX.

4 He fall call to the heavens from abort In earne perjuajon to build the faith and to the earth, (that he may judge b the resurrection, not on worldly pezuer, but people, on, God, 10 Worldig prosperity is not to be 5 Gather my Caints together unta mt; admired.

those that have made a covenant with I To the chief mufician. A psalm for the by sacrifice. fons of Korah.

6 And the heavens thall declare his file Highlibita nel te bepalen we ear all ye tequired for God op judge himicit. Saat

2 Both low and high, rich and poor to- lrael, and I will teilify againt thee: la gether.

God, ezen thy God 3 My mouth thall Ipeak of wisdom; and 8 I will not reprove thee for thy lactas she meditation of my beart shall be of un- or thy burnt-offerings, to have bear contes deritanding,

ally before me. 4 I will incline mine ear to a parable; I 5 I will take no bullock out of the hou, will open my dark laying upon the

harp: Nor he-goats out of thy folds: $ Wherefore thuuld tear in the days of 10 For every beast of the foreft is mint evil, when the iniquity of my heels thall the cattle upon a thousand bids. compass me about?

u I'know all the fowls of the mountains 6 They that truit in their wealth, and boat and the wild bealts of the field

are minta themselves in the multitude of their riches; 12 III were hungry, i would tiot tell 7 None of them can by any

means redeem thee: for the world is mine, and the futres his brother, nor give to God a ransom for thereof.

13 Will I eat the feth of bulls, drit 8 (For the redemption of their soul is pre- the blood of goats? sious, and it cealeth forever;)

14 Offer unto God thanksgiving; and pay 9 'That he thould itill live for ever, and not thy vows unto the mott High : See corruption.

15" And call upon me in the day aften 10 For he feeth that wise men die, likewise ble: I will deliver thce, anu thon that the fool and the brutith perion perith, and rify me. leave their wealth to others.

16 But unto the wicked God faith, 12 I! Their inward thought is, that their haft thou to do to declare my fiatate, houses full continue for ever, and their that thou Mouldeit take my covenant ia les dwelling-places to all generations : they call mouth! their lands after their owti Oames.

17 Seeing thou hatett inttruction, and 12 Neverthelets, man being in honour a- ett my words behind thee. bideth not: he is like the brails that perish, 18 'When thou sawett a thief, then the

13 This their way is their folly, yet their consentedit with him, and hast beca part poiterity approve their fayin s. Setan.

with adulterers. 14 Like theep they are laid in the grave;

19 Thou givet thy mouth to evil, andur death thall feed on them; and the upright tongue frameth deceit. Thall bave dominion over them in the morn to Thon fittelt and speakeft agala thy ing; and their beauty thall consume in the brother; thou Danderest thine owa mothen grave from their dwelling.

fon, 15 But God will redeein my soul froin the 21 These things halt thou done, and it power of the grave; for lie thall receive me filence; thou thoughteft

that I was alto Selah.

ther such an one as thyself; but i will repa 16 Benot thou afraid when one is made rich, thee, and let them in order before thine when the glory of his house is increaled: 22 Now, contider this, ye that forgetta

17 For, when he dieth, he thall carry no- lett I tear you în picces, and there that thing away; his glory thall not defcend af- to deliver. ter lain :

23 Whoso offereth praise glorifieth me: 18 Though, while he lived, be blessed his to him that orderetf his convertattun arigt foul: (and men will praise thce when thou will I ihew the falvation of God. ducit well to thy c!f:

PSALM LI. 19 He ihall go to the generation of his fa- 1 David prayeth for remision of fans, se thers; they ball never lee night.

he maketh a deep confufion : 6 de pres 20 Man íhat is in honour, and underttand for sandification cth not, is like the beatts that perith. y to the chicf mufician. A psalm of Dar PSALM L.

when Nathan the roplet came unto in * The majady of God in the church: 5 hij er. after he had gone in to Bath-thera. is nel in ceremonies, 14 bui in fincerity of der H

to thy lovingkindness; acueruntg in cbeaience.

to the multitude of the tender merda A palm of Asaph.

out any tranfgressions.

2 Wath me thoroughly from mine inte Tripomen, and called the lates, froin the and cleante me from my form riting of the fun unto the going down thereof. 3 For I acknow ledge my tranfgrefas

2 Out of Zion the perfection of beauty, God and my tin is ever before me. hath thined.

4 A rinit thee, thee only have I fione 3 Our God shall come, and Mall not keep done inis evol in thy light; that the mic Alence; a fire ihall devour before lim, and it be justified when thou speakest, and se thall be very tempelisrous round about him. vihen thou judget!

Betoid, I was thapon in iniquty; and in

PSALM LIIT. id my mother conceive me.

1 David describeth the corruption of a natuBehold, thou detirett truth in the in. ral man : 4 he cravinceth the wicked by

parts; and in the hidden part thou the light of their own conscience : 6 he glo. I make me to know wisdom.

rieth in the salvation of God. Purge me with hystop, and I shall be To the chief mufician upon Mahaleth, 13: wafh me, and I'fhall be whiter than Maschil. A psalm of David. Make me to hear joy and gladnels; that The Ecole hath said in his heart, There is bases rohich thou haft broken may re- done abominable iniquity: there is none that

doeth good. Hide thy face from my fins, and blot out 2 God looked down from heaven upon the irc iniquities,

children of men, to see if there were any that Create in me a clean heart, O God; and did underttand, that did seek God. ua right fpirit within me.

3 Every one of them is gone back; they are · Cat me not away from thy presençc; altogether become filthy: there is none that I take not thy holy Spirit from me. doeth good, no, not one. Reftare unito ine the joy of thy falva 4 Have the

workers of iniquity no know. 13 and uplold me zoith thy free Spirit. ledge? who eat up my people as they cat Then will I teach tranfgrefTors thy ways; bread: they have not called upon God. linners shall be converted unto thee. $ There were they in great fear, where no & Deliver ine from blood-guiltiness, O fear was; for God hath Icattered the bones

thou God of my salvation, and my of him that encampeth against thee: thou See shall sing aloud of thy righteout halt put them to shame, because God hath

defpifed them. ITO Loan, open thou my lips; and my 6 Oh that the salvation of Israel were come uth Caro faew forth thy praise.

out of Zion! When God bringeth back the 16 For thou dcbirett not acritice, else would captivity, of his people, Jacob" thall rejoice, free: thou delightett not in burnt-offer- and Ifrael thall be glad.

PSALM LIV. The facrifice of God are a broken spi i David, complaining of the ziphims, prayeth

broken and a contrite heart, O God, for falvation : 4 upon his confidence in Gods it not despise.

help he promiseth facrifice. 19 Do good, in thy good pleasure, unto Zi, y to the chief musician on Neginoth, Marc #baili tbou the walls of Jerufalem. clul. A falm of David, when the Ziphims Then ihalt thou be pleased with the sa came and said to Saul, Doth not David hide

of righteousness, with burnt-offering, himself with us? eple burnt offering then thall they of Save mercy pod by thy name, and judge PSALM LII.

2 Hear'my prayer, o God; give ear to the ofd, reproving the Spitefulnels of Dorg, words of my mouth. Indutaris delirudion : 6 The righteous 3 For ftrangers are risen up againit me, and altooee at it.

oppreffors feek after my soul: they have not To the cliief mofician, Maschil. A pfalm ret God before them. Selah." Daid, when Doeg the Edomite came 4 Behold, God is mine helper: the LORD is

told Saut, and laid unto him, David with them that uphold my soul. come to the boufe of Abiekch.

5 He sall reward evil unto inine enemies: 1785 baatteft thou thyself in mischief, cut them off in thy truth. mighty man? the goodness of God 6.1 will freely sacrifice unto thee; I will continually.

praise thy name, O LORD, for it is goed. * Thy tongue deviseth mischiefs, like a 7 For he hath delivered me out of all trou. mrazor, working deceitfully.

ble; and mine eye bath seen his defire upon Taou lovett evil more than good, and mine enemies. rather than to speak righteousness.

PSALM LV.

I David in his prayer complaineth of luis feare Thou lovett all-devouring words, O thou ful cafe : 9 he prayeth againt his enemies, ful tongne.

of whole wickednets and treachery, he come God hall likewise destroy thre for ever: plaineth : 16 He comforteth himself in. Godt all take thee away, and pluck thee out prefervation of him, and confufion of his ene

xwelling place, and root thee out of And of the Hring. Selah.

I To the chief mulic non Neginoth, Maschil. The righteous also fhall fee, and fear,

A pfalm of David. hann fie man, that made not God

Ive ear to my prayer, O God; and hide not Tength, but trufted in the abundance of 2 Attend imto me, and hear me. I mourni s, and trengthened himself in his in my complaint, and make a noire;

3 Because of the voice of the enemy, because eta like a green olive-tree in the of the oppreffion of the wicked: for they catt Ed God: I truff in the mercy of God iniquity upor me, and in wrath they hate

me. ever and ever.

4 My heart is fore pained within in ; and the praise thee for ever, betaufe thou terrors of death are falli-n upon me. coret: and I will wait on thy name; 5 Fearfulness and trembling are come upon u good bcfore thy faints.

me, and horror hath overwhelmed ine.

mies.

And I said, Oh, that I had wings like a dove! 6 They gather themfelves togethes, for then would I fly away, and be at reft. hide themselves, they mark my step, wi

7. Lo then would I wander far ofl, and re- they wait for my soul. main in the wilderness. Selah.

17 Shall they escape by iniquity! is the 8. I would haften my escape from the win- anger caft down the people, o God. dy ttorm and tempeft.

& Thou telleft mywanderings; put thoi 9 Dettroy, 0 LORD, and divide their tears into thy bottle; are they not in the to tongues : for I have seen violence and ftrise 9 When 1 cry unto ther, then har mm in the city.

enemies turn back: this I know; far Gu 10 Day and night they go about it upon for ine. the walls thereof; mischief also and forrow 10 In God will I praise his word, is are in the midt of it.

LORD will I praise his word. "I Wickedness is in the midft thereof, de 11 In God have I put my truf: 1wi ecit and guite depart not from her ftreets. be afraid what man can do unto me.

12 For it was not an enemy that reproach. 12 'Thy vows are upon me, O God: 1 ed me; then I could have borne it : neither render praises unto thee. was it he that hated me that did magnify 13 For thou haft delivered my feal himself against me; then I would have hid death; will not thon deliver my fect myself from him.

falling, that I may walk befere God in 13 But it was thou, a man mine equal, light of the living? my guide and mine acquaintance.

PSALMLVII. 14 We took sweet counsel together, and i David in prayer, hering unte Gx Waked unto the house of God in company. plaineth of his dangery case: 7 her

15 Let death seize upon them, andlet them rageth himself te praise God. go down quick into hell: for wickedness is , To the chief musician, Al-taschith, Mid in their dwellings, and among them.

tam of David, when he fed from Soul 36 As for me, I will call upon God; and the cave. heal Pxening, and morning, and at npon, B'intermites liar my soul solicita in will I pray, and cry aloud; and he fall hear yca, in the fhadow of thy wings will lo my voice.

my refuge, unti Mese eatamities bord 18 He hath delivered my foulin peace from Ź I will cry unto God most high; tuto the battle that was againft me: for there that performeth all things for me. were many with me.

3 He thall send from heaven, and farre 19 God fall hear and afflia them, even from the reproach of him tbal wozklis he that abideth of old. Selah. Because they low me up. Selah. God that fend forint have no changes, thercfore they fear not mercy and his truth. God.

4 My soul is among kons; and I like 20 He hath put forth his hands againft among them that are set on fire, ree such as be at peace with him; he hath bro. fons of men, whose teeth are fpers and Ken his covenant.

rows, and their tougue a fharp (wort. 21 The tvords of his mouth are smoother S Be thou exalted, o God, above the than butter, but war was in his heart: his vens; lel thy glory be above all the earth words were softer than oil, yet were they 6 They have prepared a net for my test drawn f'words.

my soul is bowed down: they have rea az Cast thy burslen upon the Lost,

and he pit before me, into the midk whered at thall fuftain thee: he thall never suffer the are fallen themselves. Selah. righteous to be moved.

7 My heart is fixed, O God, my heart X 3 Butthon, o God, shallbring them down fixed; I will fing and give praiic. into the pit of deftrudion: bloody and deceit. 8 Awake up, my glory; awake plates ful men thall not live out half their days; harp: I myself will awake early. but I will trust in thee.

, I will praise thee, O LORD, auch PSALM LVI.

people; I will fing unto thee among I David, praying to God in confidence of his nations:

word, complaineth of his enemies : 9 he 10 For thy mercy is great war the profeffith his confidence in Gods word, and vens, and thy truth unto the dood. promifein to praise him.

11 Be thou exalted, O God, above the 1 To the chief musician upon Jonath-elem- vens: let thy glory be above all the earth rechokim, Michtam of David, when the

PSALM LVIIL Philiftines took him in Gath.

i David, reproving wicked judget, 3 BA E merciful unto me, O God; for man eth the nature of the roicted, 6 and to

would swallow me up : le fighting, them to Gods judgmests, 10 seders daily oppresseth me.

righteous shall rejoice. z Minc enemies, would daily swallow me q To the chief mufician, Al-tafchikt, up: for they be many that fight againtt me,

tam of David. o thon tnost High. 2.What time i ain afraid, I will trust in Delice decak tighteouincia, per

gregation ? do ye judge , ' thee.

Tons of men. 4 In God I will praise huis werd; in God 2 Yea, in heart ye work wickednet I have put my truit: I will not fear what weigh the violence of your hands in the fieth can do unto me.”

3 The wicked are eftranged from the 5 Every day they wrett my words: all their they go aftray as soon as cacy be born, thoughts are against me for cvil.

ing lies,

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