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em with fathe dealt wickedly.carded not
also with silver and gold , 4 Remember me, O Lord, there was not one feeble per according to the favour that son among their tribes. thou bearest unto thy people;
37 Egypt was glad at their visit me with thy salvation. departing; for they were a 5 That I may see the felici. fraid of them.
ty of thy chosen, and rejoice 38 He spread out a cloud to in the gladness of thy people, be a covering, and fire to and give thanks with thine in. give light in the night-season. heritance.
39 At their desire he brought 6 We have finned with our quails, and he filled them with fathers, we have done amiss, the bread of heaven
and dealt wickedly. 40 He opened the rock of 7 Our fathers regarded not stone, and the waters Aowed thy wonders in Egypt, neither out, so that rivers ran in the kept they thy great goodness dry places.
in remembrance, but were 41 For why ? he remem- disobedient at the sea, even at bered his holy promise, and the Red-sea. Abraham his servant. 1 8 Nevertheless, he helped pol
42 And he brought forth them for his Name's sake, that his people with joy, and his he might make his power to. chosen with gladness;
be known. 43 And gave them the 9 He rebuked the Red sea lands of the heathen, and also, and it was dried up; 10 they took the labours of the he led them through the deep, people in poffeffion;
as through a wilderness.
Jlivered them from the hand of
11 As for those that trou.
Lord, for he is graci. whelmed them; there was not ous, and his mercy endureth one of them left. for ever.
12 Then believed they his 2 Who can express the no- words, and sang praise unto ble acts of the Lord, or shew him. forth all his praise ?
13 But within a while they 3 Blessed are they that al- forgat his works, and would way keep judgment, and do not abide his counsel. d righteousness,
molten images are turned their
14 But lust came upon them 26 Then lift he up his hand - in the wilderness, and they against them, to overthrow 2 tempted God in the desert. them in the wilderness;
15 And he gave them their 27 To cast out their feed i defire, and sent leanness with among the nations, and to al into their soul.
scatter them in the lands. 16. They angred Mofes al 28 They joined themselves so in the tents, and Aaron the unto Baal-peor, and eat the
saint of the Lord. . offerings of the dead. E 17 So the earth opened, 29 Thus they provoked him E and swallowed up Dathan, to anger with their own inven
and covered the congregation tions, and the plague was E of Abiram.
great among them. € 18 And the fire was kindled 30 Then stood up Phinees
in their company; the flame and prayed, and so the plague burnt up the ungodly.
ceased. 19 They made a calf in 31 And that was counted unto Horeb, and worshipped the him for righteousness, among
all poiterities for evermore. 20 Thus they turned their 32 They angred him also at glory into the fimilitude of the waters of strife, so that he à calf that eateth hay.
punished Moses for their fakes; 21 And they forgat God 33 Because they provoked their Saviour, who had done his spirit; so that he spake fo great things in Egypt; unadvisedly with his lips..
22 Wonderous works in 34 Neither destroyed they the land of Ham, and fear- the heathen, as the Lord coma ful things by the Red-sea. manded them; · 23 So he said, he would have 35 But were mingled adestroyed them, had not Mofes mong the heathen, and learnhis chosen stood before him ined their works. the gap, to turn away his 36 Inson uch that they worwrathful indignation, lest he shiped their idols, which turnshould destroy them.. ed to their own decay, yea,
24 Yea, they thought scorn they offered their sons and their of that pleasant land, and gave daughters unto devils,
no credence unto his word. 37 And shed innocent blood, = 25 But murmured in their even the blood of their sons
tents, and hearkened not un- and of their daughters, whom to the voice of the Lord. they offered unto the idols of
, 32 sters of ffrife, so tha
oppref- wilderness out of dwell in ;
Canaan, and the land was de- PSALM 107. lich:lyr filed with blood.
Jothe mo 38 Thus were they stained Give thanks unto the : He ait with their own works, and Lord, for he is grasseart thi went a whoring with their own cious, and his mercy en- udowra inventions,
dureth for ever.
ühelp to 39 Therefore was the wrath 2 Let them give thanks tv when of the Lord kindled against his whom the Lord hath redeen-x in th people, insomuch that he ab-ed, and delivered from the had them horred his own inheritance. hand of the enemy;
40 And he gave them over 3 And gathered them out ior heb into the hand of the heathen, of the lands, from the east, darkness, and they that hated them, were and from the west, from the dow of lords over them.
north, and from the south. hit bonds 41 Their enemies oppref- ! 4 They went aftray in the wat men i sed them, and had them in wilderness out of the way, and the I. subjection.
found no city to dwell in ; ; and a 42 Many a time did he de 5 Hungry and thirsty; their hat he do liver them; but they rebelled soul fainted in them. imen! against him with their own 6 So they cried unto the he hath inventions, and were brought Lord in their trouble, and he trafs, an down in their wickedness. delivered them from their di iron in
43 Nevertheless, when hel stress. saw their adversity, he heard! 7 He led them forth by thk tience. their complaint.
right way, that they might gike neia 44 He thought upon his to the city where they dwelt zufoula
vele lehels. covenant, and pitied them, ac- ! 8 Othat men would there seat ,
in the stat, and t cording unto the multitude of fore praise the Lord for hladno his mercies; yea, he made all goodness, and declare there those that led them away cap. wonders that he doeth for todos os
to children of men!
their tive to pity them.
Iche 45 Deliver us, O Lord ouri 9 For he fatisfieth the emp God, and gather us from a ty soul, and filleth the hung this
his wor. mong the heathen, that we foul with goodness; may give thanks unto thy! 10 Such as fit in darkness holy Name, and make our and in the Shadow of death
and in the madow of death destru boast of thy praise.
being fast bound in milery at Could 46 Bleffed be the Lord God iron. of Israel from everlasting, and I Because they rebened world without end, and let all gainst the words of the Loruth to the people lay, Amen.
eless, when hel delivered them front and of trails, an
wab men ar
and pitied upon his right was led theme,
* Lord fc
- and lightly regarded the coun. 22 That they would offer fel of the most Highest; unto him the sacrifice of
12 He also brought down thanksgiving, and tell out his their heart through heaviness; works with gladness! they fell down, and there was 23 They chạt go down to none to help them.
the sea in fhips, and occupy 13 So when they cried unto their business in great waters, the Lord in their trouble, he 24 These men see the works delivered them out of their of the Lord, and his wonders distress.
in the deep. 14 For he brought them 25 For at his word the storout of darkness, and out of my wind ariseth, which lifte the shadow of death, and ech up the waves thereof. brake their bonds in sunder. 26 They are carried up to
150 that men would there the heaven, and down again to fore praise the Lord for his the deep; their soul melteth goodness, and declare the away because of the trouble.' wonders that he doeth for the 27 They reel to and fro, and children of men!
stagger like a drunken man, . 16 For he hath broken the and are at their wits end,
gates of brass, and smitten 28 So when they cry unto the bars of iron in sunder. the Lord in their trouble, he
17 Foolish men are plagued delivereth them out of their for their offence, and because distress. of their wickedness.
29 For he maketh the 18 Their soul abhorred all storm to cease ; so that the manner of meat, and they were waves thereof are still. even hard at death's door. 30 Then are they glad, be
19 So when they cried un-cause they are at rest, and so to the Lord in their trouble, he bringeth them unto the hahe delivered them out of their ven where they would be, distress.
† 31 O that men would there. 20 He sent his word, and fore praise the Lord for his healed thens, and they were goodness, and declare the saved from their destruction, wonders that he doeth for the
21 ( that men would there- children of men ! fore praise the Lord for his 32 That they would exalt goodness, and declare the him also in the congregation wonders that he doeth for the of the people, and praise him children of men!
in the seat of the elders!
for their wickedneh abhorred are waves thinen are they
d un-/ca30 Then at are ftin.hat the
Canaan, and the land was de- PSALM 107. - filed with blood.
38 Thus were they stained Give thanks unto with their own works, and Lord, for he is went a whoring with their own cious, and his mercy inventions.
dureth for ever. 39 Therefore was the wrath 2 Let them give th of the Lord kindled against his whom the Lord hath red people, insomuch that he ab-ed, and delivered from horred his own inheritance. Jhand of the enemy; i
40 And he gave them over 3 And gathered them into the hand of the heathen, of the lands, from the and they that hated them, were and from the west, from lords over them.
north, and from the south 41 Their enemies oppref- 4 They went aftray in sed them, and had them in wilderness out of the way . subjection.
found no city to dwell in 42 Many a time did he de 5 Hungry and thirsty; t liver them; but they rebelled soul fainted in them. against him with their own 6 So they cried unto inventions, and were brought Lord in their trouble, and down in their wickedness. delivered them from their
43 Nevertheless, when he stress. saw their adversity, he heard 7 He led them forth by their complaint.
right way, that they might 44 He thought upon his to the city where they dwe covenant, and pitied them, ac- 8 O that men wou!! cording unto the multitude of fore praise the his mercies; yea, he made all goodness, those that led them away cap-wonders tive to pity them.
45 Deliver us, O Lord our God, and gather us from among the heathen, that w may give thanks unto holy Name, and mal boast of thy praise.
46 Bleffed be the of Israel from ever! world without end the people say, A
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