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us, and poureth his benefits | thing, O God, that thou hast upon us.

wrought in us, 20 He is our God, even the 29 For thy temple's fake at God of whom cometh salva Jerusalem, so shall kings bring tion; God is the Lord, by presents unto thee. whom we escape death.

30 When the company of 21 God shall wound the head the spear-men, and multitude of his enemies, and the hairy of the mighty are scattered ascalp of such a one as goeth on broad among the beasts of the still in his wickedness. people, so that they humbly

22 The Lord hath said, 1 bring pieces of silver, and will bring my people again, as when he hath scattered the I did from Basan; mine own people that delight in war, will I bring again, as I did 31 Then shall the princes sometime from the deep of come out of Egypt; the Ma. the sea.

rians land shall soon stretch 23 That thy foot may be out her hands unto God. dipped in the blood of thine 32 Sing unto God, O ye enemies, and that the tongue kingdoms of the earth; O sing of thy dogs may be red praises unto the Lord, through the same.

33 Who fitteth in the hea. 24 It is well feen, O God, vens over all from the beginhow thou goeft; how thou, ning; lo, he doth send out his my God, and King, goeft in voice, yea, and that a mighty the sanctuary.

25 The singers go before, 34 Ascribe ye the power the minstrels follow after ; in to God over Israel ; his worthe midst are the damsels play-ship and strength is in the ing with the timbrels. clouds.

26 Give thanks, O Israel, 35 O God, wonderful art unto God the Lord in the con- thou in thy holy places ; even gregations, from the ground the God of Israel, he will give of the heart.

strength and power unto his 27 There is little Benjamin people; blessed be God. their ruler, and the princes of Judah their council; the prin PS AL M. 69. ces of Zabulon, and the princes of Nephthali.

Ave me, O God, for the 28 Thy God hath sent forth waters are come in, even strength for thee; ftablish the unto my soul.

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2 I 2 I stick fast in the deep | speak against me, and the mire, where no ground is; Idrunkards make songs upon am come into deep waters, so me. that the floods run over me. 13 But, Lord, I make my

3 I am weary of crying, prayer unto thee, in an acmy throat is dry; my sight ceptable time. faileth me for waiting fo long 14 Hear me, O God, in the upon my God.

multitude of thy mercy, even 4 They that hate me within the truth of thy salvation. out a cause, are more than the 15 Take me out of the mire, hairs of my head ; they that are that I link not; O let me be mine enemies, and would de delivered from them that hate stroy me guiltless, are mighty. me, and out of the deep wa

5 I paid them the things that ters. I never took, God, thou know 16 Let not the water-flood est my fimpleness, and my drown me, neither let the deep faults are not hid from thee. swallow me up, and let not the

6 Let not them that trust pit shut her mouth upon me. in thee, O Lord God of hosts, 17 Hear me, O Lord, for be ashamed for my cause; let thy loving-kindness is comnot those that seek thee, be fortable; turn thee unto me, confounded through me, O according to the multitude of Lord God of Israel.

thy mercies. :7 And why? for thy fake 18 And hide not thy face have I suffered reproof; shame from thy servant, for I am in hath covered my face. trouble; o haste thee, and

8 I am become a stranger un hear me. to my brethren; even an alien 19 Draw nigh unto my soul, unto my mother's children. and save it ; o deliver me,

9 For the zeal of thine because of mine enemies. house hath even eaten me, and 20 Thou hast known my the rebukes of them that re- reproof, my shame, and my buked thee, are fallen upon dishonour; mine adversaries me.

are all in thy sight. 10 I wept and chastened 21 Thy rebuke hath broken myself with fasting, and that my heart, I am full of heaviwas turned to my reproof. ness; I looked for some to

If I put on sackcloth also, have pity on me, but there and they jefted upon me. was no man, neither found 1 12 They that fit in the gate any to comfort me.

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22 They gave me gall to eat, 33 The humble shall consider and when I was thirsty, they this, and be glad ; seek ye after gave me vinegar to drink. God, and your soul shall live.

23 Let their table be made 34 For the Lord heareth a snare to take themselves the poor, and despiseth not withal, and let the things that his prisoners. should have been for their 35 Let heaven and earth wealth, be unto them an oc.praise him, the sea and all that casion of falling.

moveth therein. 24 Let their eyes be blind. 36 For God will save Sion, ed, that they see not, and ever and build the cities of Judah, bow thou down their backs. that men may dwell there, and

25 Pour out thine indigna- have it in poffeffion. tion upon them, and let thy 37 The posterity also of his wrathful displeasure take hold servants shall inherit it, and of them.

they that love his Name shall 26 Let their habitation bedwell therein. void, and no man to dwell in PSALM 70. their tents.

DJ Afte thee, O God, to de· 27 For they persecute him I liver me; make hafte whom thou hast smitten, and to help me, O Lord. they talk how they mạy vex 2 Let them be ashamed and them whom thou hast wound-confounded, that seek after

my soul ; let them be turned 28 Let them fall from one backward and put to confuwickedness to another, and not lion, that wish me evil. come into thy righteousness. 3 Let them for their reward

29 Let them be wiped out be foon brought to shame, that of the book of the living, cry over me, There, there.

and not be written among the 4 But let all those that seek 1. righteous.

thee, be joyful and glad in 30 As for me, when I am thee, and let all such as delight poor and in heaviness, thy in thy salvation, say alway, help, O God, shall lift me up. The Lord be praised.

31I will praise the Name 5 As for me, I am poor, of God with a song, and mag- and in misery; haste thee unnify it with thanksgiving. I to me, O God.

32 This also shall please the 6 Thou art my helper and Lord, better than a bullock my redeemer; O Lord, make that hath horns and hoofs. no long tarrying.

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him, and take him ; for there TN thee, O Lord, have I put is none to deliver him. I my trust, let me never be 10 Go not far from me, o put to confusion, but rid me, God; my God, hafte thee to and deliver me in thy righte. I help me. ousness; incline thine ear un ir Let them be confounded to me, and save me.

and perish that are against my 2 Be thou my strong hold, soul ; let them be covered with whereunto I may alway resort; shame and dishonour that seek thou hast promised to help me; to do me evil. for thou art my house of de- 12 As for me, I will pa. fence, and my castle.

tiently abide alway, and will 3 Deliver me, O my God, praise thee more and more. out of the hand of the ungod- 13 My mouth shall daily ly; out of the hand of the un- speak of thy righteousness and righteous and cruel man, salvation; for I know no end

4 For thou, O Lord God, thereof. art the thing that I long for; 1 14 I will go forth in the thou art my hope, even from strength of the Lord God, my youth.

and will make mention of thy 5 Through thee have I been righteousness only. holden upever since I was born; 15 Thou, O God,hast taught thou art he that took me out me from my youth up until of my mother's womb, my now; therefore will I tell of praise shall be always of thee. thy wonderous works.

6 I am become as it were a 16 Fofsake me not, O God, monster unto many; but my in mine old age, when I am sure trust is in thee.

grey-headed; until I have 70 let my mouth be filled shewed thy strength unto this with thy praise, that I may generation, and thy power to sing of thy glory and honour all them that are yet for to all the day long.

come. 8 Cast me not away in the 17 Thyrighteousness, OGod, time of age; forsake me not is very high, and great things when my strength faileth me. I are they that thou hast done;

9 For mine enemies speak O God, who is like unto thee? against me, and they that lay 18 O what great troubles wait for my soul take their and adversities hast thou shew.

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ed me! and yet didst thou 6 He shall come down like turn and refrelh me; yea, the rain into a fleece of wool; c. and broughtest me from the even as the drops that water

deep of the earth again. the earth. † 19 Thou halt brought me 7 In his time shall the righto great honour, and com. teous flourish; yea, and abun

forted me on every side.. dance of peace, so long as the I 20 Therefore will I praise moon endureth.

thee and thy faithfulness, O 8 His dominion shall be God, playing upon an inftru. also from the one sea to the ment of mufick ; unto the other, and from the flood unwill I fing upon the harp, O to the world's end. thou holy One of Israel.

9 They that dwell in the 21 My lips will be fain when wilderness shall kneel before I sing unto thee, and so will him ; his enemies shall lick the my soul whom thou hast de- dust. livered.

10 The kings 'of Tharsis, . 22 My tongue also shall talk and of the illes Thall give preof thy righteousness all the day sents; the kings of Arabia and long; for they are confounded Saba shall bring gifts.. and brought unto shame, that 11 All kings shall fall down seek to do me evil.

before him ; all nations shall PSALM 72. do him service. ny Ive the king thy judg. 12 For he shall deliver the

U ments, O God, and thy poor when he criech, the nee. : righteousness unto the king's dy also, and him that hath no

helper. 2 Then shall he judge thy 13 He shall be favourable to people according unto right, the simple and needy, and shall and defend the poor. I preserve the souls of the poor.

3 The mountains also shall 14 He shall deliver their bring peace, and the little hills souls from fallhood and wrong, righteousness unto the people. and dear shall their blood be

4 He shall keep the simple in his sight. people bytheir right, defend the 15 He shall live, and unto children of the poor, and pu- him shall be given of the gold nish the wrong-doer.

of Arabia ; prayer shall be 5 They shall fear thee as long made ever unto him, and daily as the sun and moon endurech, Ihall he be praised. from one generationto another. I 16 There shall be an heap of

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