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13 Me shall (pare the poor and needy, and 19 How are they brought into deiciatin (hall five the fouls of the needy.

as in a moment! they are utterly confund 14 He shall redeem their soul from deceit with terrors. and violence: and precious shall their blood 20 As a dream when ene awaketa for be in his fight.

LORD, when thou awakeft, thoo tsalt eelpis 15 And he thall live, and to him thall be their image. given of the gold of Sheba: prayer alfo fhall 2. Thus my heart was grieved, and la be inade for him continually; and daily fhall pricked in my reins. be be praited.

22 So footíh was 1 and ignorant; IT 16 There fhall be an handful of corn in the a beatt before thee. carth upon the top of the mountains; the 23 Nevertheless, I am continually with fruit thereof thall shake like Lebanon: ard thou hatt holden me by my right hand. they of the city Mall flourib like grass of the 24 Thou shale guidé me with thy code earth.

and afterward receive me te glory, 17 His name shall endure for ever : his 25 Whom have I in heaven but there name thall be continued as long as the fun; there is none upon earth fksi i doäre che and men shall be blelted in him: all nations thce. tball call him blessed.

26 My flesh and my heart faileth; te GH 18 Blessed by the LORD God, the God of is the trength of my heart, and my ports Ifrael, who only docth wondrous things. for ever.

19 And blefl'ed be his glorious name for ever: and let the whole earth be filled with perish ; thou hatt dcttroyed all them that i

27 For, lo, they that are far from the th. his glory. Amen and Amen.

a whoring from thee. 20 The prayers of David, the son of Jede, 28 But # is good for me to draw der are ended.

Gott: I have put my truit b the Lean PSALM LXXMI.

that I may declare all thy works. I The prophet, prevailing in a temptation,

PSALM LXXIV. showeth the occasion thereof, the prospe i The prophet complainth of the details rity of the wicked; 13 the Lound" given of the sanctuary : 10 he wronth Gut shereby, defidence ; 15 ihe vidwy over it, in confideration of this porrer. 18 km katrwledge of Gods purpose, in destroying of proachful enemies, of his children, the wicked, and Julaining the righteous, his covenan. A palm of Asaph.

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, even to fuch o Google the fire one at same 2 But as for me, my feet were almolt gone; the theep of thy pasture! my fteps had well nigh Nipped.

2 Remember thy congregation, erket For I was envious at the foolish, when I haft purchased of old; the rod of the law the prosperity of the wicked.

heritance, which thou hast redeunod: 4 For there are no bands in their death; mount Zion, wherein thous isalt duelt. but their itrength is firm.

3 Lift up thy feet anto the perpetrallet $ They are not in trouble as other men; lations, even áll that the enery hack neither are they plagued like other men. wickedly in the Tandpary.

6 Therefore pride" compalleth them about 4 Thine enernies roar in the midst of as a chain; violence covereth them as a gar. congregations; they fet up their cong ment.

figns. 7 Their eyes and out with fatness: they S A man was famous according she love have more than heart could with,

lifted up axes upon the thick trees 8 They are corrupt, and speak wickedly But now they break down the an concerning oppreflion: they speak loftily. work thereof at once with axa and

9 They let their mouth againtt the hea. mers, vens; and their tongue walketh through the 7 They have calt fire into thy fardu carth. 10 Therefore his people return hither, and ing-place of thy naine to the ground.

they have detiled by cafting deres the bed waters of a full cup are wrung out to them: 8 They faid in their hearts, Let us der

11 And they say, How doth Godknow? and them together they have borut up is there knowledge in the inoft High? fynagogues of God in the land

12 Behold, thele are the ungedly who pro 9 We fee not our figns: Te ir my fper in the world; thay increale in riches. any prophet; neither if there anons un

13 Verily I have cleansed my heart in vain, that knoweth how long. and warhed my hands in innocency.

10 O God, how long hall the adversari 14 For at the day long liave I been plagued, proach? thall the enemy blafpheme tby and chaftened every morning.

for ever? Is If I say, I will speak thus; behold, I u Why withdraweit tbou thy h.col. thould offend again the generation of try thy right hand ? pluck it out of thy tomus children.

iz for God is my King of old, weiterg 16 When I thought to know this, it was vation in the midit or the carth. too painful for me.

13'Thon didtt divide the fea bychy *** 17 Until I went into the sanduary of God; thou brakett the heads of the dragomie :Then underttood I their end.

Waters, 18 Surely thou didtt let them in flippery 14 Thou brakett the treads of levtart places: thou cañedt them down foto te pieces and gavett hija to k meat Strudions.

people inhabiting the wilder

Os Thou didit cicave the fountain and the 6 At thy rebuke, O God of Jacob, both the bod: chou driedft p mighty rivers. chariot and horse are cait into a dead seep 16 The day is thine, the hight also is thine: 7 Thou, even thou, art to be feared ; and au haft prepared the light and the fun. who may itand in thy fight when once thou 67 Thou halt set all the borders of the art angry? Irth: thou haft made fummer and winter. 8 Thou didft cause judgment to be heard 18 Remember this, that the enemy hath from heaven, the earth feared, and was still. proached, O LORD, and that the foolish 9 When God arose to judgment, to save eople have blasphemel thy name.

all the meek of the earth. Selah. 19 O deliver not the soul of thy turtle dove 19 Surely the wrath of man shall praise thee! to the multitude of the wicked: forget not the remainder of wrath shalt thou reftrain. congregation of thy poor for ever. II Vow, and pay unto the LORD your God: 20 Have respect unto the covenant: for let all that be round about him bring pre. o dark places of the earth are full of the sents unto him that ought to be feared. Dications of cruelty.

12 He thalt cut off the spirit of printes; 440 let not the oppressed return afhamed: he is terrible to the kings of the earth. the poor and needy praise thy name.

PSALM LXXVH. 13 Arile, o God, plead thine' own cause : The pfalmift Jheweth what fierce combat he member how the foolish man reproacheth had vith diffidence : 10 the vidtory which

he had by confideration of Gods great and Forget not the voice of thine enemies : gracious works. tumult of those that rise up againt thee I To the chief musician, to Joduthun, Lucaeth continually.

A plalm of Alaph. PSALM LXXV. propter praiseth God, and promise!h

Cried unto

God with my voice, even un. I

to God with my voice; and he gave eas pedal strightly: 4 he rebuketh the proud unto me. ca deration

of Gods providence : 9 he 2 In the day of my trouble I fought the atletis mratfe God.

LORD: my fore ran in the night, and ceased I'To the chief musician, Al-taschith. not: my soul refused to be comforted. A psalm or fong of Asaph.

3 Itemembered God and was troubled: I Nico thee, O God, do we give thanke, complained, and my spirit was overwhelik. biste thee do we give thanks: for that ed. "Sclah. name is near thy wondrous works de 4 Thou holdett mine eyes waking: I am

so troubled that I cannot speak. When I thall receive the congregation 5 I have confidered the days of old, the judge uprightly;

years of ancient times, The carth and at the inhabitants there 6 I call to remembrance my song in the dtalved: I bear up the pillars of it. aight : 1 commune with minc own heart;

and my spirit made diligent search. il lavi anto the fools, Deal not foolishly;

7 Will the LORD cait off for ever and the wicked, Lift not up the horn: will he be favourable no more?, Lit niet up your horn on high: speak 8 18 his mercy clean gone for ever! doth tik a tig neck.

his promise fail for evernore? for promotion, cometh neither from the 9 Hath God forgotten to be gracious? hath for from the welt, nor from the south: he in anger thut up his tender mercies! But God is the judge; he putteth down Selah. And fettetop another.

10 And I said, 'This is my infirmity: but Sat in the hand of the LORD there is a I will remember the years of the right hand and the wine is red; it is full of mix of the most High.

and lie poureth out of the fame: but I will remember the works of the Toeps thereof, all the wicked of the earth LORD; surely I will remember thy wonders sting them out, and drink them.

of old. But I will declare for ever; I will fing

12. I will meditate also of all thy works, kas to the God of Jacob.

and talk of thy doings. As the horns of the wicked also will I 13.Thy way, o God, is in the fan&uary: tut the horns of the righteous shall who is so great a God as our God ! talted

14 Thou art the God that doett wonders: PSALM LXXVI.

thou haft declared thy strength among the Inlaration of Gods majefly in the church : people, I a exhortation to serve him reverently.

15 Thou haft with thine arm redeemed thy To the chief musician on Neginoth. people, the sons of Jacob and Jofeph. Sclah. A pfalm or song of Alaplı.

16 The waters saw thee, O God, the wao Sadah u God known; his name is great ters saw

thee: they were afraid; the deptas trad.

also were troubled. is Salem also is his tabernacle, and his 17 The clouds poured out water; the skis Angice in Zion.

sent out a sound: thine arrows also went Jikaze brake he the arrows of the bow, the abroad. the sword, and the battle. Selab.

18 The voice of thy thunder was in the 12.00 art morc glorious and excellent heaven: the lightrings lig ened the world: the mounmins of prey.

the earth trcmbled and thook. The tout-hearted are spoiled, they have 19 Thy way is in the sea, and thy path in ther deep; anid none of the men of the great waters, and thy footsteps are not Piure frund ucis hards.

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meat to the full. PSA L M LXXVIII.

26 He caused an eart wind to blos in the 1 An exhortation both to learn and to preach heaven; and by his power he brought in the the law of God. 9 The story of Gods wrath south wind.

the incredulous and disobedient. 27 He rained Aeth also upon them as duft, ** The Ifraelites being rejeđed, God choje and feathered fowls like as the Land of the dah, Zion, and David.

sea; Maschil of Afaph,

28 And he let it fall in the midst of their Glycurreals to be bords of my mouth. Ive car, o my people, to my law: incline camp, round about their liabitations

: 29 So they did eat, and were well filled: 2. I will open my mouth in a parable; I for he gave them their owa defire; will utter dark fayings of old;

30 They were not eftranged from their 3 which we have heard and known, and luft : but while their meat was yet is the our fathers have told us.

mouths, 4 We will not hide them from their chil 31 The wrath or God came upon then, dren, thewing to the generation to come the and new the fatteft of them, and fmote praises of the LORD, and his ftrength, and down the chosen men of Ifrael. his wonderful works that he hath done. 32 For all this they finned filli, apd be.

s For he ettablithed a testimony in Jacob, lieved not for his wondrous works. and appointed a law in Israel, which he com 33 Therefore their days did he confume manded our fathers, that they thould make in vanity, and their years in trouble. them known to their children;

34 When he flew them, then they fought 6 That the generation to come might him; and they returned and enquired cariy snow them, even the children which should after God: be born, who should arise and declare them 35 And they remembered that God ar to their children:

their Rock, and the high God their Redeemer. 7 That they might set their hope in God, 36 Nevertheless, they did flatter tuin with and not forget the works of God; but keep their mouth, and they lyed unto hire with his commandments:

their tongues : 8 And might not be as their fathers, a 37 For their heart was not right with him, stubhorn and rebellious gencrations a ge- neither were they tedfart in his corcaan. neration that let not their heart aright, and 38 But he, being full of compaffion, for whose fpirit was not stedfaft with God. gave their iniquity, and destroyed ik net!

9 The children of Ephrainn, being armed, yea, many a time turned he his anger away, and carrying bows, turned back in the day, and did not ftir up all his wrath. of battle.

39 For he remembered that they were 10 They kept not the covenant of God, elh; a wind that palleth away, and connets and refused to walk in his law;

noi again. 11 And forgat his works, and his wonders 40 How oft did they provoke him in the that he had thewed thein.

wilderness, and grieve him in tac deferti 12 Marvellous things did he in the fight of 41 Yea, they turned back and cartes their fathers, in the land of Egypt, in the God, and limirea the holy One of lkael. Held of Zoan.

42 They remembered not his hand, wer the 13 He divided the fea, and caused them day when he delivered them from the enemy: to pass through; and he made the waters to 43 How he had wrought his figns in Egypi. land as an heap.

and his wonders in the field of Zoan: 14 In the day time also he led them with a 44 And had turned their rivers into blood, cloud, and all the night with a light of fire. and their foods, that they could not drink

15 He clave the rocks in the wilderness, and 45 He fent divers forts of flies among the gave then drink as out of the great depths. which devoured them; and frogs, which de 16 He brought

ftreams also out of the rock, ttroyed them. and caused waters to run down like rivers. 46 He gave also their increase unta thca 17 And they fioned yet more againft him, by terpiller, and their labour

unto the locati. provoking the most High in the wilderness. 47 He deftroyed their vines with lail, and

18 And they tempted God in their heart, their Sycamore-trees with froft. by asking meat for their luft.

48 He gave up their cattle allo to tac hail, 19 Yea, they (pake againft God; they said, and their docks to hot thunder-bolts. Can God furnith a table

in the wildernets? 49 He catt upon them the fierceneig o dix 20 Behold, he smote the rock, that the wa- anger, wraib, and indignation, and treabit, ters gulhed out, and the streams overflowed; by sending evil angels among them can he give bread also can he provide fleth so He made a way to his anger; he fparet íor his people!

not their soul from death, but gave edes its 21 Therefore the LORD heard this, and was over to the peftilence; xroth: fo a tire was kindled against Jacob, S1 And fmote all the firft born in Egypt: and anger also came up against tirael; the chief of their trength in the taberklee

22 Because they believed not in God, and of Ham: trufted not in his falvation:

52 But made his own people to go foru 23 Though he had commanded the clouds like sheep, and guided them in the wilde from above, and opened the doors of heaven, ness like a fock. 24 And had rained

down manına upon them 53 And he led them on safely, fotkatibin to eat, and had given them of the corn of feared not: but the sea overwhelmed tax bearch,

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And he brought thern to the border of 8 O remeinber not againft us former inje anäuary, even to this mountain, which quities: let thy tender inercies speedly pre ght hand had purchased.

vent us; for we are brought very low. He cast out the heathen also before 9 Help us, O God of our salvation, for the

and divided them an inheritance by glory of thy name, and deliver us, and purg and made the tribes of Ifracl to dwell away our fins, for thy names lake. ir tents

10 Wherefore should the heathen say, Yet they tempted and provoked the moft where is their God! let him be known God, and kept not his teftimonios; among the heathen in our fight, by the reBut turned back, and dealt unfaithfully venging of the blood of thy lervauts which their fathers: they were turned afide is thed. i deceitful bow.

11 Let the fighing of the prifoner come For they provoked him to anger with before thee; according to the greatness of high places, and iroved him to jea. thy power preserve thou those that are apwith their graven images.

pointed to die. When God beard this he was wroth, 12 And render unto our acighbours sevenTeatly abborred Ifrael:

fold into their bosom their reproach, whereSo that he forsook the tabernacle of Shi- with they have reproached thee, O LORD. the tent which he placed among men; 13 so we thy people, and theep of thy na; And delivered his ftrength into capti- fture, will give thee thanks for ever; we wil and his glory into the enemies hand. thew forth thy praise to all generations. He gave his people over allo unto the

PSALM LXXX. and was wroth with his inheritance. I The pfalmis in his prayer complaineth of The fire confumed their young men; the miseries of the church. 8 Gods forme Seir maidens were not given to mar. favours are turned into judgments. 14 The

Psalmist prayeth for deliverance. Their pricfts fell by the sword; and I "To the chief musician upon Shothannimsidows made no lamcntation.

eduth. A psalin of Asapli. Then the Lord awaked as one outerie Gleader Jofeph like a flock thou

that

Vive ear, o mepherd of lfrael, thou that and like a mighty mad that thouteth son of wine.

dwellest between the cherubims, Thine forth. Aadhe mote his enemies in the hinder 2 Before Ephraim, and Benjainin, and Mahe put them to a perpetual reproach. naseh, itir up thy Atrength, and come and Moreover, he refuled the tabernacle of lave

us. and chose not the tribe of Ephraim; 3 Turn us again, O God, and cause thy het chose the tribe of Judah, the muunt face to thine; and we that be saved. which he loved.

4 O LORD God of hoits, how long wilt thou And hc built his fanctuary like high be angry against the prayer of thy people?

like the carth which he hath effa- 5 Thou feedeft them with the bread of brever.

tears; and giveft them tears to drink in He chofe David also his servant, and great ineasure. kun from the theep-folds:

6 Thou makeft us a ftrife unto our neighFtom tollowing the ewes great with bours; and our enemies laugh among them.

he brought him to feed Jacob his selves. and Israel his inheritance.

7 Turn us again, O God of hosts, and cause So he fed them according to the inte- thy face to (hine; and we shall be saved. of his heart, and guided them by tho 8 Thou haft broughi a vine out of Egypt: dicts of his hands.

thou haft caft out the heathen and planted it. PSALM LXXIX.

9 Thou preparedft room before it, and Saimnie complaineth of the desolation of didnt cause it to take deep root, and it filled

alem 8 he prayeth for deliverance, the land. and promiseth thankfulness,

10 The hills were covered with the thaA pfalm of Asaph.

dow of it, and the boughs thereof werelide God, the heathen are come into thine the goodly cedars. inheritance; thy holy temple have they ri She rent out her boughs unto the sea, d: they have laid Jerusalem on heaps. and her branches unto the river. The dead bodies of thy servants have 12 Why haft thou then broken down her given to be meat unto the fowls of the hedges, so that all they which pass by the E, the flesh of thy faints unto the beatts way do pluck her! carth.

13 The boar out of the wood doth watte Their blood have they thed like water it, and the wild beart of the field doth de about Jerusalem; and there was none

vour it. ty dieta

14 Return, we beseech thee, O God of hofta: We are become a reproach to our neigh- look down from heaven, and behold, and Alcorn and derilion to them that are vilit this vine;

15 And the vineyard which thy right hand Boas long, LORD! wilt thou be angry for hath planted, and the branch that thou

tell thy jealousy burn like fire! madeft strong for thyself. Autout hy wrath upon the heathen that 16 It is burnt with tire; it is cut down: they out known thee, and upon the king. peritt at the rebuke of thy countenance. Uut have not called upon thy name. 17 Let thy hand be upon ihe man of shy dey have devoured Jacob, and laid right hand, upon the son of man whora thou

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18 So will not we go back from thee: quick. 7 But ye shall die liks mcn, and fall like en us, and we will call upon thy name. one of the princes.

19 Turn us again, O LORD God of hofts, 8 Arife, O God, judge the earth; for thou cause thy face to thine; and we thall be halt inberit all nations. saved.

PSALM 1,XXXIII.
PSALM LXXXI.

I A complaint to God of the enemies cerca 1 An exhortation to a folemn praising of God. recies. 9. A prayer again then the 4 God challengeth that duty by reajon of his preff the church, benefits. 8 God, exhorting to obedience, com

1 A fong or pfalm of Alaph. olaborador de contenitore difebedience, which prov- Key portale creciente God Gold *** To the chief mufician upon Gittith. 2 For, lo, thine enemies make a band A psalm of Afaph.

and they that hate thee have lifted to be Sing aloud unto God our frength: make head.

ones.

a joyful noise unto the God of Jacob. 3 They have taken crafty counsel again 2. Take a psalm, and bring hither the tim• thy peopie, and consulted againft thy hidda brel, the pleasant harp with the pfaltery.

3 Blow up the trumpat in the new-moon, 4 They have said, Come, and let us cot in the time appointed, on our solemn feaft- them off from being a nation: that the name day.

of Israel may be no more in remembranoc. **For this was a ttatute for Ifrael, and a 5 For they have consulted together with a taw of the God of Jacob.

consent: they are confederate againft beer 5 This he ordained in Jofeph for a testi 6 The tabernacles of Edom, and the la mony, when he went out through the land maclites; of Moab and the Hagarenes; of Egypt; where I heard a language that I 7 Gebal, and Ammop, and Amalek; the underitood not.

Philistines, with the inhabitants of Tyre; 61 removed his shoulder from the burden: 8 Afur also is joined with them: they have his hands were delivered from the pots. holpen the children of Lot. Selah.

7 Thou calicdit in trouble, and I delivered 9 Do unto them as uute the Midianites, thee: I anfwered thee in the secret place to silera, as to Jabin, at the brook of Kilan of thunder; I proved thce at the waters of 10 which perished at En-dor: they became Meribah. Selah.

as dung for the earth. 8 Hear, O my people, and i I will teftify 11 Make their nobles like Oreb, and me unto thee: o ffrael, if thou wilt hearken Zeeb; yea, all their princes as Zebah, unto me;

ás Zalmunna; . There shall no ftrange god be in thee; 12 Who said, Let us take to ourselves the neither thalt thou worthip any strange god. houses of God in poffeßion.

1o I am the LORD thy God, which brought 13 O my God, make them like a wbiedt thee out of the land of Egypt: open thy as the stubble before the wind. mouth wide, and I will fill it.

14 As the fire burneth thc wood, and a 1 But my people would not hearken to fame setteth the mountains on fire, my voice, and ifrael would none of me. 15 so perfecute them with thy tempty

12 So I gave them up unto their own hearts and make them afraid with thy storm. Tuft; and they walked in their own counsels. 16 Fill their faces with fhame; that ther" 13 Oh that my people had hearkened unto may feek thy

name, O Lord. me, and Ifrael had walked in my ways ! 17 Let them be confounded and trouble

14 I thould foon have fubdued their ene- for every yea, let them be put to than mics, and turned my hand against their ad. and perith : serfarics.

18 That men may know that thou, wat 15 The haters of the LORD should have fub- name alone is JEHOVAH, art the mot mitted themselves unto him: but their tiine Higli over all the earth. thould have endured for ever.

PSALM LXXXIV. 16 He thould have fed them also with thc 1 The prophel, longing for the CORRENT Kneft of the whcat: and with honey out of the sandnery 4 Thesveth keru bes un the rock should I have satisfied thee.

are that dwell therein : 8 ks gayetà Io & PSALM LXXXII.

reflored unto il. The pfalmift, having exhorted the judges, * To the chief musician apon Gittita, s and repraved their negligence, 8 prayeth A psalm for the fons of Koral. God to judge A pfalm of Alaph.

Howo amiability thy tabernacios, YOD ftandeth in the congregation of the 2 My foul longeth, yea, even falgteth, to

inighty: he judgeth among the gods. the courts of the LORD; my lieart, and a 1 How long will ye judge

unjustly, and ac- fcih cricth out for the living God. cpt the persons of the wicked? Selah. 3 Yea, the sparrow hath found an hour

Defend the poor and fatheriefs: do jur- and the fwatiow a neft for hersele, wiet tice to the amided and needy.

the may lay her young, even thine altan, 4 Deliver the poor and needy: rid them LORD of hots, my king, and

my God out of the hand of the wicked.

4 Bleised are they

that dwell in thy tuned $ They know not, neither

will they un- they will be ftill prailing thee. Selah. deritard; they walk on in darkness: all the S'Blessed is the man whole ttrength Foundations

of the earth are out of course. thee; in whose heart are the ways of the I have said, Ye are gods: and all of you 6 Whe passing through the valley of are children of the most fligh:

make it a well; the raio also filletbike pa

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