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43 Thou hast put out his 3 Thou turneft man to deglory, and cast his throne ítruction; again thou sayest, down to the ground. Come again, ye children of
44 The days of his youth men. halt thou shortened, and co. 4 For a thousand years in vered him with dishonour. thy fight are but as yesterday,
45 Lord, how long wilt thou seeing that is paft as a watch hide thyself, for ever ; and in the night. shall thy wrath burn like fire ? 5 As soon as thou scatterest
46 O remember how short them, they are even as a sleep, my time is; wherefore haft thou and fade away suddenly like made all men for nought?
47 What man is he that liv. 6 In the morning it is green; eth, and shall not see death ? and groweth up; but in the And shall he deliver his soul evening it is cut down, dried from the hand of the grave ?
up, and withered. 48 Lord, where are thy old 7 For we consume away in loving-kindnesses, which thou thy displeasure, and are afraid fwarest untoDavid in thytruth? at thy wrachful indignation.
49. Remember, Lord, the re- 8 Thou hast fet our milbuke that thy servants have, deeds before thee, and our and how I do bear in my bosom fecret fins in the light of thy the rebukes of many people; countenance.
50 Wherewith thine ene- 9 For when thou art angry, mies have blasphemed thee, all our days are gone; we and Nandered the footsteps of bring our years to an end, as thine Anointed: praised be the it were a tale that is told. Lord for evermore. Amen, 10 The days of our age are and Amen.
threescore years and ten, and
though men be so strong, that PSALM 90.
they come to fourscore years ;
yet is their strength then but Ord, thou hast been our labour and sorrow; so soon
refuge, from one gene- paffeth it away, and we are ration to another.
gone. 2 Before the mountains were 11 But who regardeth the brought forth, or ever the earth power of thy wrath ; for even and the world were made, thereafter as a man feareth, so thou art God from everlasting, is thy displeasure. and world without end.
12 So teach us to number
our days, that we may apply 5 Thou shalt not be afraid our hearts unto wisdom. for any terror by night, nor for
13 Turn thee again, the arrow that fieth by day. Lord, at the last, and be gra- : 6 For the peftilence that cious unto thy servants. walkech in darknets, nor for
14 O satisfy us with thy the sickness that destroyeth in mercy, and that soon ; so shall the noon-day. we rejoice and be glad all the 7 A thousand shall fall bedays of our life.
side thee, and ten thousand at 15 Comfort us again now thy right hand; but it shall after the time that thou hast not come nigh thee. plagued us, and for the years 8 Yea, with thine eyes shalt wherein we have suffered ad- thou behold, and see the reversity.
ward of the ungodly. 16 Shew thy servants thy 9 For thou, Lord, art my work, and their children thy hope; thou hast set thine glory.
house of defence very high. 19 And the glorious Majesty 10 There shall no evil happen of the Lord our God be up. unto thee, neither shall any on us, prosper thou the work plague come nigh thydwelling. of our hands upon us, O pro- u For he thall give his anper thou our handy-work. gels charge over thee, to keep PSALM 91.
thee in all thy ways. Hofo dwelleth under 12 They shall bear thee in
the defence of the their hands, that thou hurt most High, shall abide under not thy foot against a stone. the shadow of the Almighty. 13 Thou shalt go upon the
2 I will say unto the Lord, lion and adder; the young Thou art my hope, and my lion and the dragon shalt thou strong hold ; my God, in him cread under thy feet. will I trust.
14 Because he hath fet his 3 For he shall deliver the love upon me, therefore will from the snare of the hunter, I deliver him; I will let him and from the noisom peiti- up, because he hath known lence. 4
He shall defend thee un- 15 He shall call upon me, der his wings, and thou shalt and I will hear him; yea, I be safe under his feathers ; his am with him in trouble; I faithfulness and truth shall be will deliver him, and bring thy shield and buckler. him to honour.
16 With long life will I fa- unicorn ; for I am anointed tisfy him, and thew him my with fresh oil. falvation.
10 Minecye also shall see his
lust of mine enemies, and mine PSALM 92.
ear shall hear his desire of the T is a good thing to give wicked that rise up against me. thanks unto the Lord, and 11 The righteous Thall flou
sing praises unto thy rish like a palm-tree, and shall Name, O most Highest; spread abroad like a cedar in
2 To tell of thy loving-kind- Libanus. ness early in the morning, and 12 Such as be planted in the of thy truth in the night-season; house of the Lord, shall fou
3 Upon an instrument of rish in the courts of the house ten strings, and upon the lute; of our God. upon a loud instrument, and 13 They also shall bring upon the harp.
forth more fruit in their age, 4 For thou, Lord, haft made and shall be fat and well likme glad through thy works; ing. and I will rejoice in giving 14 That they may shew how praise for the operations of thy true the Lord my strength is, hands.
and that there is no unrighte5 O Lord, how glorious are ousness in him. thy works; thy thoughts are
PSALM 93. 6 An unwise man doth not well consider this, and a fool THE Lord is King, and doth not understand it.
hath put on glorious ap7 When the ungodly are parel; the Lord hath put on green as the grass, and when his apparel, and girded himall the workers of wickedness self with strength. do flourish, then shall they be 2 He hath made the world destroyed for ever ; but thou, so sure, that it cannot be Lord, art the most Highest moved. for evermore.
3 Ever since the world be8 For lo, thine enemies, Ogan hath thy feat been prepare Lord, lo, thine enemies shall ed; thou art from everlasting, perish, and all the workers of 4 The foods are risen, o wickedness shall be destroyed. Lord, the foods have lift up
9 But mine horn shall be their voice, the floods lift up exalted like the horn of an their waves.
5 The waves of the sea are man knowledge, shall not he mighty, and rage horribly; punish? but yet the Lord, who dwell. 11 The Lord knoweth the ech on high, is mightier. thoughts of man, that they
6 Thy ieítimonies, O Lord, are but vain. are very fure; holinels becom- 12 Blefed is the man whom eth thine house for ever. thou chafteneft, O Lord, and
teachest him in thy law. PSALM 94.
13 That thou mayest give Lord God, to whom ven- him patience in time of ad
geance belongeth ; thou versity, until the pit be dig. God, to whom vengeance be- ged up for the ungodly. Jongeth, shew thyself.
14. For the Lord will not 2 Arise, thou judge of the fail his people, neither will he world, and reward the proud forsake his inheritance ; after their deserving.
15 Until righteousness turn 3 Lord, how long shall the again unto judgment, all such ungodly, how long shall the as are true in heart shall fol. ungodly triumph ?
low it. 4 How long shall all wicked 16 Who will rise up with doers speak oso disdainfully, me against the wicked? Or and make such proud boasting? who will take my part against
5 They smite down thy the evil-doers ? people, O Lord, and trou- 17. If the Lord had not ble thine heritage.
helped me, it had not failed, 6 They murder the widow but my soul had been put to and the stranger, and put the silence. fatherless to death.
18 But when I said, My 7 And yet they say, The foot hath Nipped, thy mercy, Lord shall not fee; neither O Lord, heid me up. shall the God of Jacob regard
19 In the multitude of the it.
forrows that I had in my 8 Take heed, ye unwise a- heart, thy comforts have remong the people; Oye fools, freshed my soul. when will you understand? 20 Wilt thou have any
9. He that planted the ear, thing to do with the stool shall he not hear? Or he that of wickedness, which imagimade the eye, shall he not see? neth mischief as a law ?
10 Or he that nurtureth the 21 They gather them togeheathen ; it is he that teachechther against the soul of the
O y rejoice in the trength of Sing unto the Lord a
righteous, and condemn the and as in the day of tempta. innocent blood.
tion in the wilderness, 22 But the Lord is my re- 9 When your fathers tempt. fuge, and my God is the ed me, proved me, and law strength of my confidence.
23 He shall recompense 10 Forty years long was I them their wickedness, and grieved with this generation, destroy them in their own and said, it is a people that do malice; yea, the Lord our err in their hearts, for they God shall destroy them.
have not known my ways;
11 Unto whom I fware in PSALM 95.
my wrath, that they should
not enter into my reft. Come, let us sing unto PSALM 96. the Lord; let us hearti
new song; fing unto the our salvation.
Lord, all the whole earth. 2 Let us come before his
2 Sing unto the Lord, and presence with thanksgiving, praise his Name, be telling of and shew ourselves glad in him his falvation from day to day. with psalms.
3 Declare his honour unto 3 For the Lord is a great the heathen, and his wonders God, and a great King above unto all people.
4 For the Lord is great, 4 In his hand are all the cor- and cannot worthily be praisners of the earth, and the ed; he is more to be feared strength of the hills is his also than all gods.
5 The sea is his, and he 5 As for all the gods of the made it, and his hands pre- heathen, they are but idols; pared the dry land.
but it is the Lord that made 6 O come, let us worship, the heavens. and fall down, and kneel be- 6 Glory and worship are before the Lord our Maker. fore him; power and honour
7 For he is the Lord our are in his fanctuary. God, and we are the people 7 Alcribe unto the Lord, of his pasture, and the sheep lo ye kindreds of the people, of his hand,
afcribe unto the Lord worship 8 To day if ye will hear and power. his voice, harden not your
8 Ascribe unto the Lord the hearts, as in the provocation, I honour due unto his Name;