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3 He shall subdue the peo-things; they were astonished, ple under us, and the nations and suddenly cast down. under our feet.

5 Fear came there upon 4. He shall choose out anthem, and sorrow; as upon a heritage for us; even the wor woman in her travail. ship of Jacob, whom he loved. 6 Thou shalt break the

5 God is gone up with a fhips of the sea, through the merry noise, and the Lord with east-wind. the sound of the trump.

7 Like as we have heard, fo 60 ling praises, sing praises have we seen in the city of the unto our God; O sing praises, Lord of hosts, in the city of sing praises unto our King. our God; God upholdeth the

7 For God is the King of same for ever. all the earth; sing ye praises 8 We wait for thy loving. with understanding.

kindness, O God, in the midst 8 God reigneth over the of thy temple. heathen ; God siteeth upon 9 O God, according to thy his holy feat.

Name, so is thy praise unto the 9 The princes of the people world's end; thy right hand is are joined unto the people of full of righteousness. the God of Abraham ; for 10 Let the mount Sion reGod, which is very high exalt-joice, and the daughter of Ju. ed, doth defend the earth, as dah be glad, because of thy it were with a shield.

judgments. Ps ALM 48.

11 Walk about Sion, and

go round about her, and tell Reat is the Lord, and the towers thereof. U highly to be praised; in 12 Mark well her bulwarks, the city of our God, even up-set up her houses, that ye may on his holy hill.

tell them that come after. 2 The hill of Sion is a fair 13 For this God is our God place, and the joy of the whole for ever and ever, he shall be earth ; upon the north-fideli. our guide unto death. eth the city of the great King; PSALM 49. God is well known in her pa- n Hear ye this, all ye peolaces as a sure refuge.

ple, ponder it with your 3 For lo, the kings of the ears, all ye that dwell in the earth are gathered, and gone world. by together.

I 2 High and low, rich and 4 They marvelled to see such | poor, one with another.

warp.

- My mouth shall speak of 1 13 This is their foolishness, wisdom, and my heart shall and cheir posterity praise their muse of understanding. saying.

4 I will incline mine ear to 14 They lie in the hell like the parable, and shew my dark sheep, death gnaweth upon fpeech upon the harp. them, and the righteous shall

5 Wherefore should I fear have dominion over them in in the days of wickedness, and the morning; their beauty when the wickedness of iny shall consume in the sepulchre heels compafleth me round a out of their dwelling. bout?

15 But God hath delivered 6 There be some that put my soul from the place of hell; their trust in their goods, and for he shall receive me. boast themselves in the multi- 16 Be not thou afraid, tude of their riches.

though one be made rich ; 7 But no man may deliver or if the glory of his house his brother, nor make agree-be increased ; ment unto God for him; L 17 For he shall carry no

8 For it cost more to re-thing away with him, when he deem their souls ; so that he dieth ; neither shall his pomp must let that alone for ever; follow him.

9 Yea, though he live long, 18 For while he lived, and see not the grave. he counted himself an happy

10 For he seeth that wise man, and so long as thou men also die, and perish toge- doest well unto thyself, men ther; as well as the ignorant will speak good of thee. and foolish, and leave their ! 19 He shall follow the geriches for other.

neration of his fathers, and IT And yet they think that shall never see light. their houses shall continue for 20 Man being in honour ever, and that their dwelling-hath no understanding; but is places shall endure from one compared unto the beasts that generation to another, and perish. call the lands after their own names.

PSALM 50. 12 Nevertheless, nan will not abide in honour, seeing, he may be compared unto the THE Lord, even the most beasts that periih; this is the I mighty God, hach spoken, way of them.

and called the world, from the

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rising rising up of the sun, unto the world is mine, and all that is going down thereof.

cherein. 2 Out of Sion hath God ap- 13 Thinkest thou that I will peared, in perfect beauty. eat bulls Alesh, and drink the

3 Our God shall come, and blood of goats ? shall not keep silence; there 1 14 Offer unto God thanksshall go before him a consum- I giving, and pay thy vows un. ing fire, and a mighty tempest to the most Highest. shall be stirred up round about 15 And call upon me in him.

the time of trouble; so will I 4 He shall call the heaven hear thee, and thou shalt praise from above, and the earth, me. that he may judge his people. 16 But unto the ungodly

5 Gather my saints toge | said God, Why dost thou ther unto me; those that have preach my laws, and takeft made a covenant with me with my covenant in thy mouth; facrifice.

| 17 Whereas thou hateft to 6 And the heavens shall be reformed, and hast cast my declare his righteousness; for words behind thee? God is judge himself.

18 When thou fawest a 7 Hear, O my people, and thief, thou consentedft unto I will speak; I myself will him, and haft been partaker testify against thee, O Israel, with the adulterers. for I am God, even thy God. 19 Thou hast let thy mouth

8 I will not reprove thee speak wickedness, and with because of thy sacrifices, or for thy tongue thou hast set forth thy burnt offerings; because deceit. they were not alway before me. 20 Thou sattest and spakeft

I will take no bullock out against thy brother, yea, and of thine house; nor he-goat halt Nandered thine own moout of thy folds.

ther's son. 10 For all the beasts of the 21 These things haft thou forest are mine, and so are the done, and I held my tongue, cattle upon a thousand hills. and thou thoughteit wickedly,

11 I know all the fowls up- that I am even such a one as on the mountains, and the thyself ; but I will reprove wild beasts of the field are in thee, and set before thee the my sight.

| things that thou hast done. 12 If I be hungry, I will 22 O consider this, ye that not tell thee; for the whole forget God; left I pluck you

away,

away, and there be none to ( 9 Turn thy face from my sins, deliver you.

and put out all my misdeeds. 23 Whoso offereth me 10 Make me a clean heart, thanks and praise, he honour-10 God, and renew a right eth me, and to him that order. | spirit within me. eth his conversation right, will I Caft ine not away from I lhew the salvation of God. thy presence, and take not PSALM 51..

thy Holy Spirit from me.

12 O give me the comfort T T Ave mercy upon me, o of thy help again, and itablish M1 God, after thy great me with thy free Spirit. goodness; according to the 13 Then shall I teach thy multitude of thy mercies do ways unto the wicked, and away mine offences.

sinners shall be converted unto 2 Wash me throughly from thee. my wickedness, and cleanse L 14 Deliver me from bloodme from my sin.

I guiltiness, O God, thou that 3 For I acknowledge my art the God of my health, and faults, and my fin is ever be my tongue shall sing of thy fore me.

righteousness. 4 Against thee only have I 15 Thou shalt open my finned, and done this evil in lips, O Lord, and my mouth thy sight; that thou mightest shall shew thy praise. be justified in thy saying, and 16 For thou desirest no saclear when thou art judged. crifice, else would I give it

5 Behold, I was Thapen in thee; but thou delightest not wickedness; and in sin hath in burnt offerings. my mother conceived me. 17 The sacrifice of God is

6 Bur lo, thou requirest truth a troubled spirit; a broken in the inward parts, and shalt and contrite heart, O God, make me to understand wif- shalt thou not despise. dom fecretly.

18 O be favourable and 7 Thou shalt purge me gracious unto Sion ; build with hyffop, and I shall be thou the walls of Jerusalem. clean; thou shalt wash me, and | 19 Then shalt thou be pleasI shall be whiter than snow. ed with the sacrifice of righte

8 Thou shalt make me hear ousness, with the burnt-offerof joy and gladness, that the ings and oblations; then shall bones which thou haft broken they offer young bullocks tipmay rejoice.

Jon thine altar.

PSALM

PSALM 52.

PSALM 53. U HY boastest thou thy

W felf, thou tyrant, that THE foolish body hath thou canst do mischief;

said in his heart, There 2 Whereas the goodness of is no God. God endureth yet daily?

2 Corrupt are they, and 3 Thy tongue imagineth become abominable in their wickedness, and with lies thou wickedness; there is none that cuttelt like a sharp rasor. doeth good.

4 Thou hast loved unrigh: 3 God looked down from teousness more than goodness, heaven upon the children of and to talk of lies more than men, to see if there were any righteousness.

that would understand, and 5 Thou hast loved to speak seek after God. all words that may do hurt; 4 But they are all gone out O thou false tongue.

| of the way, they are altoge6 Therefore shall God de-ther become aboninable, there stroy thee for ever; he shall is also none that doeth good, take thee, and pluck thee out no not one. of thy dwelling, and root thee 5 Are not they without unout of the land of the living. derstanding, that work wick.

7 The righteous also shall edness, eating up my people see this, and fear, and shall as if they would eat bread? laugh him to scorn.

they have not called upon 8 Lo, this is the man that God, took not God for his strength; 6 They were afraid where but trusted unto the multitude no fear was; for God hath of his riches, and strengthned broken the bones of him that himself in his wickedness. I belieged thee; thou hast put

9 As for me, I am like a them to confusion, because green olive-tree in the house. God hath despised them. of God; my trust is in the 7 Oh, that the salvation tender mercy of God for ever were given unto Israel out of and ever.

Sion; Oh, that the Lord would 10 I will always give thanks deliver his people out of cap. unto thee for that thou hast tivity! done, and I will hope in thy 8 Then should Jacob reName, for thy saints like it joice, and Israel should be well.

right glad.

PSALM

7 The riend of the living. e), 5 Are not th

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