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3 Lord how long
5 The waves of the sea are man knowledge, shall not he mighty, and rage horribly; l punish? but yet ihe Lord, who dwell. 11 The Lord knoweth the ech on high, is mightier. thoughts of man, that they
6 Thy testimonies, O Lord, are but vain. are very sure; holiness becom- | 12 Bleffed is the man whom eth thine house for ever. thou chaftenest, O Lord, and
teacheft him in thy law. PSALM 94.
13 That thou mayest give Lord God, to whom ven. I him patience in time of ad
geance belongeth ; thou versity, until the pit be dig. God, to wliom vengeance be-ged up for the ungodly. longeth, 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 Uncil righteousness turn 3 Lord, how long shall the layain 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 so disdainfully, me against the wicked? Of and make such proud boasting? who will take my part againit
5 They smite down thy the evil-doers ? people, O Lord, and trou-l 17 If the Lord had not ble thine heritage.
helped me, it had not failed, 6 They murder the widow but my foul had been put to and the stranger, and put the silence. fatherless to death.
1 18 But when I said, My 7 And yet they say, The foot hath Nipped, thy mercy, Lord shall not see; neither O Lord, heid me up. Thall the God of Jacob regard 19 In the multitude of the
| sorrows that I had in my 8 Take heed, ye unwise a-heart, thy comforts have fee mong the people; O ye fools, freshed my soul. . when will you understand ? I 20 Wilt thou have any
9 He that planted the ear, thing to do with the. It Ihall he not hear ? Or he that of wickedness, which Image made theeye, shall he not see? | neth mischief as a law !
10 Or he that nurtureth the 21 They gather them to the heathen ; it is he that teachechther against the soul
hech/the?' They of as a law ;hagi.
righteous, and condemn the and as in the day of tempta. innocent blood.
tion in the wilderness, 22 But the Lord is my re-l 9 When your fathers temptfuge, and my God is the ed me, proved me, and law strength of my confidence. my works.
23 He fall 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 sware in PSA L M 95. my wrath, that they should
not enter into my rest. Come, let us sing unto PSALM 96.
the Lord; let us hearti Sing unto the Lord a ly rejoice in the strength of 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 Co 3 For the Lord is a great the heathen, and his wonders
God, and a great King above unto all people. all gods.
14 For the Lord is great, 4 In his hand are all the cor- and cannot worthily be prais. ners of the earth, and the ed; he is more to be feared i ftrength 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.
hut 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 bea
fore the Lord our Maker. fore him; power and honour *. 7 For he is the Lord our are in his sanctuary.
God, and we are the people oy Alcribe unto the Lord, of his pasture, and the sheep 10 ye kindreds of the people, of his hand.
ascribe 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, Thonour due unto his Naine ;
bring presents, and come into | unto the world; the earth faw his courts.
it, and was afraid. 90 worship the Lord in 5 The hills melted like wax the beauty of holiness; Jet the at the presence of the Lord, whole earth stand in awe of at the presence of the Lord of him.
the whole earth. 10 Tell it out among the 6'The heavens have declared heathen, that the Lord is King, his righteousness, and all the and that it is he who hath people have seen his glory. made the world so fast that Ÿ Confounded be all they it cannot be moved, and how that worship carved images, that he shall judge the people and that delight in vain gods; righteously.
worship him, all ye gods. u Let the heavens rejoice, 8 Sion heard of it, and re. and let the earth be glad ; let joiced, and the daughters of the sea make a noise, and all Judah were glad, because of that therein is.
thy judgments, O Lord. 12 Let the field be joyful, 9For thou, Lord, art highand all that is in it, then shall er than all that are in the all the trees of the wood re-earth; thou art exalted far joice before the Lord, above all gods.
13 For he comech, for he 10 Oye that love the cometh to judge the earth, Lord, see that ye hate the thing and with righteousness to which is evil; the Lord prejudge the world, and the peo- serveth the souls of his faints, ple with his truth.
he shall deliver them from the
hand of the ungodly. PSALM 97.
| 11 There is sprung up a THE Lord is King, the light for the righteous, and
I earth may be glad there- joyful gladness for such as are of, yea, the multitude of the true-hearted. ifles may be glad thereof. 12 Rejoice in the Lord, ye
2 Clouds and darkness are righteous, and give thanks for round about him; righteous. a remembrance of his holiness. ness and judgment are the habitation of his seat.
PSALM 98. 3 There shall go a fire be. fore him, and burn up his e- n Sing unto the Lord a nemies on every side.
new song, for he hath 4 His lightnings gave shine I done marvellous things.
. 2 With his own right hand, 2 The Lord is great in Sion, and with his holy arm, hath and high above all people.. he gotten himself the victory. 3 They shall give thanks
3 The Lord declared his unto thy Name, which is salvation, his righteousness great, wonderful, and holy: hath he openly shewed in the 4 The king's power loveth sight of the heathen... judgment, thou hast prepared
4 He hath remembered his equity, thou hast executed 'mercy and truth toward the judgment, and righteousness house of Israel, and all the in Jacob. ends of the world have seen 50 magnify the Lord our the salvation of our God. God, and fall down before
5 Shew yourselves joyful his footstool, for he is holy. unto the Lord, all ye lands; 6 Moses and Aaron among fing, rejoice, and give thanks. his priests, and Samuel among
6 Praise the Lord upon the such as call upon his Name; E harp; sing to the harp with a these called upon the Lord, psalm of thanksgiving and he heard them.
7 With trumpets also and 7 He spake unto them out shawms, O fhew yourselves of the cloudy pillar; for they
ol before the Lord the kept his testimonies, and the King.
law that he gave them. 8 Let the sea make a noise, 8 Thou heardest them, O and all that therein is; the Lord our God; thou forgavest world, and they that dwell them, O God, tho' thou putherein.
Inishedst their own inventions. Let the foods clap their 19 O magnify the Lord our hands, and let the hills bejoy, God, and worship him upon ful together before the Lord; his holy hill; for the Lord for he is come to judge the our God is holy. earth. #
PSALM 100. 10 With righteousness shall Be joyful in the Lord, all he judge the world, and the ye lands, serve the Lord people with equity.
PSALM 99. his presence with a song. THE Lord is King, bel 2 Be ye sure that the Lord
I the people never so im- he is God; it is he that hath patient; he fitteth between made us, and not we ourihe Cherubims, be the earth felves; we are his people, and never so unquiet.
the sheep of his pasture.
the people is King, be his presence wiand come befor
30 go your way into his person, dwell in my house; he gates with thanksgiving, and that telleth lies, shall not tarinto his courts with praile; be ry in my sight. thankful unto him, and speak! ni I shall foon destroy all the good of his Name.
ungodly that are in the land, 4 For the Lord is gracious, that I may root out all wickhis mercy is everlasting, anded doers from the city of the his truth endurech from gene. | Lord. ration to generation.
Ear my prayer, O Lord,
2 O let me haye under me in the time of my trouble ; standing in the way of godli-incline thine ears unto me ness.
when I call; O hear me, and 3. When wilt thou come un- that right foon. to me? I will walk in my house 3 For my days are consumwith a perfect heart.
ed away like smoke, and my 4. I will take no wicked bones are burnt up as it were thing in hand ; I hate the fins a fire-brand. of unfaithfulness; there shall). 4 My heart is smitten down, no such cleave unto me, and withered like grass, fo
5 A froward heart shall de that I forget to eat my bread. part from me; I will, not 5. For the voice of my know a wicked person, groaning, my bones will
6 Whoso privily slandereth scarce cleave to my flesh. his neighbour, him will I del 6 I am become like a pelistroy.
can in the wilderness, and like 7 Whoso hath also a proud an owl that is in the desert. look and high stomach, I 7 I have watched, and am will not suffer him,
leven as it, were a sparrow, 8 Mine eyes look upon such that fitteth alone upon the as are faichful in the land, that house-top. they may dwell with me.
8. Mine, enemies revile me 9. Wholo leadeth a godly all the day long, and they that life, he shall be my servant. I are mad upon me, are tworn 10 There shall no, deceitful l together against me,