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k Gen. 19.
24.

Ezek.38. 22.
11 Or, quick
humins
coals.
II Or, .
a burning
tempest.
1 See Gen.
43. 34.
1 Sam. 1. 4.
& 9. 23.
Ps. 75. 8.
m Ps. 45. 7.
& 146. B.
n Job 36.7.
Ps. 33. 18.
& 34. 15.
1 Pet. 3. 12.



II Or, won
the eighth.
* Ps. 6, title.



II Or, Save.
a Isai. ,57. 1.
Mic. 7. 2.



b Ps. 10. 7.

c Ps. 28. 3.

& 62. 4.

Jer. 9. 8.

Rom. 16. 18.

t Heb. a

heart and a

heart.

1 Cliron. 12.

33.

ill Sam. 2. 3.

Ps. 17. 10.

Dan. 7. 8,

25.

tHeb great

things.

t Heb. are

toiih us.



?£xod. 3.
,8.
Isai. 33. 10.



II Or, would
ensnare him.
f Pa. 10. 5.
e 2Sam.2S!.
31.

Ps. 18. 30. &
19. 8. & 119.
140.
Prov. 30. 5,



T Heb. him:
thatis.etiery
one of them.



T Heb. the
vilest of tfte
sens of men
are exalted.



II Or,
overseer.



n Deut. 31,

17.

Job 13. 24.

Ps. 44. 24. &

88. 14. & 80.

46.

Isai. 59. 2.



b Ezra 9. 8.
c Jer. 51. 39.



d Ps. 25. 2.
& 35. 19. &
38. 16.



e Ps. 33. 21.



f Ps. 116. 7.
& 119. 17.



aPs.l0.4.i.
53. ],&c.
b Gen. 6 11,
12.
Rom. 3. 10,



c Ps. 33. 13.
& 102. 19.



d Rom. 3.
10, 11, 12.
t Heb.
stinlcinff.



e Jer. 10.25.

Amos 8. 4.
Mic. 3. 3.
f Ps. 79. 6.
Isai. 64. 7.
t Heb. Uiell
feared a



g Ps. 9. 9. &
142. 5.
t Heb.
fVho will
give^c.
See Rom.
11. 26,
h Pa. S3. 6.
i Job 42. 10.
Ps. 126. 1,



a Ps. 24. 3,

&c.

THeb.

sojourn.

bPs.2.6.&

3. 4..

cisai. 33. 15.

d Zecb. 8.

16.

Ephea. 4.25.

e Lev. 19.

Ps! 34. 13.



He complaineth of delay in help.

8 The wicked walk on every side, when
t the vilest men are exalted.

PSALM xm.

1 Davidcomplainethof delay in help. 3 He prayethfor
preventing grace. 5 He boasteth of divine mercy.

IT To the II chief Musician, A Psalm of David.

HOW long wilt thou forget me, O Lord ?
for ever? "how long wilt thou hide
thy face from me ?

2 How long shall I take counsel in my
soul, having sorrow in my heart daily ? how
long shall mine enemy be exalted over me ?

3 Consider and hear me, O Lord my
God: ''lighten mine eyes, <=lest I sleep the
sleep of death ;

4 * Lest mine enemy say, I have prevailed
against him ; and those that trouble me re-
joice when I am moved.

5 But I have •= trusted in thy mercy; my
heart shall rejoice in thy salvation.

6 I will sing unto the Lord, because he
hath f dealt bountifully with me.

PSALM XIV.

1 David describeth the corruption of a natural man. 4
He convinceth the wicked by the light of their con-
science. 7 He glorieth in the salvatioJi of God.

H To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.

THE " fool hath said in his heart. There
is no God. '' They are corrupt, they
have done abominable works, there is none
that doeth good.

2 "=The Lord looked down from heaven
upon the children of men, to see if there were
any that did understand, and seek God.

3 ''They are all gone aside, they are all
together become t filthy : there is none that
doeth good, no, not one.

4 Have all the workers of iniquity no
knowledge ? who " eat up my people as they
eat bread, and ''call not upon the Lord.

5 There fw^ere they in great fear: for God
is in the generation of the righteous.

6 Ye have shamed the counsel of the poor,
because the Lord is his e refuge.

7 t '' t)h that the salvation of Israel were
come out of Zion! 'when the Lord bringeth
back the captivity of his people, Jacob shall
rejoice, and Israel shall be glad.

PSALM XV.

David describeth a citizen of Zion.

H A Psalm of David.

LORD, "who shall t abide in thy taber-
nacle ? who shall dwell in ''thy holy hill?

2 ■= He that walketh uprightly, and work-
eth righteousness, and ''speaketh the truth
in his heart.

3 ^He that backbiteth not with his tongue,

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David Jleeth to God for preservation.

nor doeth evil to his neighbour, fnor || taketh
up a reproach against his neighbour.

4 e In whose eyes a vile person is con-
temned; but he honoureth them that fear
the Lord. He that ''sweareth to his own
hurt, and changeth not.

5 ' He that putteth not out his money to
usury, *^nor taketh reward against the inno-
cent. He that doeth these things ' shall never
be moved.

PSALM XVL

1 David, in distrust of merits, and hatred of idolatry,
fleeth to God for preservation. 5 He shewetk the hope
of his calling, of the resurrection, and life everlasting.

IT II * Michtam of David.

PRESERVE me, O God: -^for in thee
do I put my trust.

2 O my soul, thou hast said unto the
Lord, Thou art my Lord : ^ my goodness
extendeth not to thee ;

3 But to the saints that are in the earth,
and to the excellent, in whom is all my de-
light.

4 Their sorrows shall be multiplied that
[| hasten after another god : their drink-offer-
ings of blood will I not offer, "= nor take up
their names into my lips.

5 ^ The Lord is the portion f of mine
inheritance and « of my cup : thou maintain-
est my lot.

6 The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant
places ; yea, I have a goodly heritage.

7 I will bless the Lord, who hath given
me counsel : ^my reins also instruct me in
the night seasons.

8 e I have set the Lord always before me :
because ^ he is at my right hand, ' I shall not
be moved.

9 Therefore my heart is glad, ^ and my
glory rejoiceth : my flesh also shall f rest in
hope.

10 ' For thou wilt not leave ■" my soul in
hell; neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One
to see corruption.

11 Thou wilt shew me the "path of life :
°in thy presence is fulness of joy; Pat thy
right hand there are pleasures for evermore.

PSALM xvn..

1 David, in confidence of his integrity, craveth defence of
God against his enemies. 10 He sheweth their pride,
craft, and eagerness. 13 He prayeth against them in
confidence of his hope.

IT A Prayer of David.

HEAR t the right, O Lord, attend unto
my cry, give ear unto my prayer, that
goeth t ^<^t out of feigned lips.

2 Let my sentence come forth from thy
presence ; let thine eyes behold the things
that are equal.



PSALMS.



r Exod. S3.
1.

;: Or,

reeeiveth, or,
eildureth.
S EsUi. 3. 2.



h Judg. 11.
35.



i Exod. 23.

25.

Lev. 2.'). 36.

Deut. 23. )9.

EzGk. 19. 8.

& 22. 12.

k Exod. 23.

8.

Doiit. 16. 19.

1 Ps. 16. 8.

2 Pel. 1. 10.



llOr, .« gold-
en PsRlm of
David.
*So P8.56,
& 57. & 58.
& .59, & 60.
a. Pa. 25. 20.



b Job 22. 2.
I). & 35. 7, 8.
Ps. 50. 9.
Rom. 11. 35.



II Or, give
gifts to
aiuithor.

Exod. 23.
13.

Josh. 23. 7.

Hos. 2. 16,

17.

d Deut. 32.

9.

Ps. 73. 26. &

119. 57. &

142. 5.

Jer. 10. 16.

Lara. 3. 24.

1 Heb. of
mv part.

K 11. 6.



e Acts 2. 25,

h Ps. 73. 23.
& 110. 5. &
121. 5.
i Ps. 15. 5.

k Ps. 30. 12.

&; 57. 8.
t Heb.
dwell confi-
dently.



1 Ps. 49. 15.
Acts 2. 27,
31. & 13. 35.
m Lev. 19.
28.
Numb. 6. 6.

n Matt. 7.
14.

Ps. 17. 15.
& 21. 6.
Matt. 5. 8.

1 Cor. 13. 12.
1 .lohn 3. 2.
p Ps. 36. 8.



t Heb.
justice.



t Heb.
without lips
of deceit.



a Ps. 16. 7.

b Job 23. 10.
Ps, 26. 2. &
06. 10. &.
139. 2.
Zech. 13. 9.
Mul. 3. 2, 3.
1 Pet. 1. 7.



c Ps. 119.

133.

T Hob. he

uot moved.

d Ps. 116. 2.



e Ps. 31. 21.

II Or, that
safest them
which trust
in tliee
from those
that rise up
against thy
right hand.

f Deut.32.
10.

Zoch. 2. 8.

g Ruth 2.

12.

Ps. 30. 7. &

57. 1. & 61.

4. & 63. 7.

& 91. 1, 4.

Matt. 23. 37.

t Heb. that

waste me.

t Heb. my

enemies

against the

soul.

h Deut. 32.

15.

Job 15. 27.

Ps. 73. 7. &

119. 70.

i 1 Sam. 2.

3.

Ps. 31. 18.

k 1 Sam. 23.

26.

I Ps. 10. 8,
9, 10.

J Heb. The
likeness of
him, (that Is,
of every one
of tJism) is
as a lion
that desireth
to raven.
t Heb.
sitting.
t Heb. pre-
vent his face.
m Isai. 10.

if Or, by
thj! sword.

II Or, Vrom
men by thy
hand,

n Ps. 73. 12.
Luke 16. 25.
James 5. 5.
11 Or, their
children are
full. ,
o 1 John 3.
2.

p Ps. 4. 6,
7. & 16. IL
&:65. 4.



* Ps. 36,

title.

* 2 Sam. SB.



a Ps. 144. 1.



THeb.
my rock.
b Hebr. 2
13.



Ps. 76. 4.



d Ps. 116. 3.



He craveth help against his enemies.

3 Thou hast proved mine heart ; " thou
hast visited me in the night ; ^ thou hast tried
me, and shalt find nothing : I am purposed
that my mouth shall not transgress.

4 Concerning the works of men, by the
word of thy lips I have kept me from the
paths of the destroyer.

5 ■= Hold up my goings in thy paths, that
my footsteps f slip not.

6 <'! have called upon thee, for thou wilt
hear me, O God : incline'thine ear unto me,
and hear my speech.

7 * Shew thy marvellous loving-kindness,

thou II that savest by thy right hand them
which put their trust in thee from those that
rise up against them.

8 ""Keep me as the apple of the eye, s hide
me under the shadow of thy wings,

9 From the wicked fthat oppress iae,from
fmy deadly enemies, who compass me about.

10 ■' They are inclosed in tiieir own fat :
with their mouth they ' speak proudly.

11 They have now ''compassed us in our
steps : ' they have set their eyes bowing
down to the earth ;

12 t Like as a lion that is greedy of his
prey, and as it were a young lion f lurking
in secret places.

13 Arise, O Lord, t disappoint him, cast
him down : deliver my soul from the wicked,
" II which is thy sword :

14 II From men which are thy hand, O
Lord, from men of the world, " which have
their portion in this life, and whose belly
thou fiUest with thy hid treasure : || they are
full of children, and leave the rest of their
substance to their babes.

15 As for me, °I will behold thy face in
righteousness: pI shall be satisfied, when

1 awake, with thy likeness.

PSALM xvm.

David praiseth God for his manifold and marvellous
blessings.

TI To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David,
* the servant of the Lord, who spake unto
the Lord the words of * this song in the
day that the Lord delivered him from the
hand of all his enemies, and from the hand
of Saul : And he said,

I* WILL love thee, O Lord, my strength.
2 The Lord is my rock, and my for-
tress, and my deliverer ; my God, f mj '
strength, •• in whom I will trust ; my buck-
ler, and the horn of my salvation, and my
high tower.

3 I will call upon the Lord, 'who is
worthy to be praised : so shall I be saved
from mine enemies.

4 ^The sorrows of death compassed me,

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tHeb.

Belial.

Or, cords.



e Acta 4.
31.



f Hab.
'1/ kis.



fPs. 144.5.



E Ps. 99. 1.



h Fa. 104.
3.



k Ps. 97. 3.



peo-
the



David's psalm of thanksgiving for God's PSALMS, mighty deliverances and manifold blessings.

and the floods of t ungodly men made me
afraid.

5 The II sorrows of hell compassed me
about : the snares of death prevented me.

6 In my distress I called upon the Lord,
and cried unto my God : he heard my voice
out of his temple, and my cry came before
him, even into his ears.

7 « Then the earth shook and trembled ;
the foundations also of the hills moved and
were shaken, becailse he was wroth.

8 There went up a smoke t out of his
nostrils, and fire out of his mouth devoured :
coals were kindled by it.

9 ^He bowed the heavens also, and came
down : and darkness was under his feet.

10 g And he rode upon a cherub and did
fly : yea, ^ he did fly upon the wings of the
wind.

11 He made darkness his secret place ;
'his pavilion round about him were dark
waters and thick clouds of the skies.

12 ''At the brightness that was before
him his thick clouds passed, hail-stones and
coals of fire.

13 The Lord also thundered in the hea-



vens, and the Highest gave ' his voice :
ha.i\-stones and coals of fire.

14 "'Yea, he sent out his arrows, and
scattered them ; and he shot out lightnings,
and discomfited them.

15 "Then the channels of waters were
seen, and the foundations of the world were
discovered at thy rebuke, O Lord, at the
blast of the breath of thy nostrils.

16 ° He sent from above, he took me, he
drew me out of || many waters.

17 He delivered me from my strong enemy,
and from them which hated me : for they
were too strong for me.

18 They prevented me in the day of my
calamity : but the Lord was my stay.

19 pHe brought me forth also into a
large place : he delivered me, because he
delighted in me.

20 9 The Lord rewarded
to my righteousness ; according to the clean
ness of my hands hath he recompensed me.

21 For I have kept the ways of the Lord,
and have not wickedly departed from my
God.

22 For all his judgments were before
me, and I did not put away his statutes
from me.

23 I was also upright t before him, and
I kept myself from mine iniquity.

24 'Therefore hath the Lord recom-
pensed me according to my righteousness,
according to the cleanness of my hands t in
nis eyesight.



me according



m Josh. 10.

10.

Ps. 144. 6.

Isai. 30. 30.



n Exod. 15.

8.

Ps. 108. 9.



o Ps. 144.

7.

II Or, great

vjatera.



p Ps. 31.8.
& 118. 5.



3 1 Sam. 24.



t Heb. aitlt.



r 1 Sam. !
23.



t Hob.
before his
ei/es.



8 1 Kings 8.
32.



tLov.26.23,
24, 27, 28.
Prov. 3. 34.

II Or. ,
wrestle.



o Ps. 101. 5.
Prov. 6. 17.

X Job 18. 6.
y Or Jamp,
Job 29. 3.



II Or,
broken.



y Dcut. 32.

lian. 4. 37.
Kov. 15. 3.
I. Ps. 12. 6.
& 119. 140.
Prov. 30. 5.
II Or,
refined.
a Ps. 17. 7.
b Dcut. 32.
31, 39.
1 Sam. 2. 2.
Ps. 80. 8.
Isai. 45. S.
c Ps. 91. 2.
d 2 Sam. 2.
18.

Hab. 3. 19.
e Dout. 32.
13. & 33. 29.
fPs. 144. 1.



II Or, with
thy meek-
ness thou
hast multi-
plied me.

?Prov. 4.
2.

t Heb.
mine ancles.



t Heb.
caused to
bow.



h Job 27. 9.
& 35, 12.
Prov. 1. 28.
isai. 1. 15.
Jer. U. 11.
& 14. 12.
Ezek. 8. 18.
Mic. 3. 4.
Zoch. 7. 13.
i Zech. 10.
5.

1< 2 Sam. 2.
9, 10. & 3. 1.
1 2 Sam. 8.

m Isai. .52.
IS. & 55. 5.



t Heb.

at Vie hear-
ing of tlie
ear.

f Heb. the
sons of tlie



29.

Ps. 68. 3. &
81. 15.
11 Or, yield
feigned obe-
dience.
t Heb. lie,
Mic. 7. 17.



25 «With the merciful thou wilt shew
thyself merciful ; with an upright man thou
wilt shew thyself upright ;

26 With the pure thou wilt shew thyself
pure ; and ' with the fro ward thou wilt
II shew thyself froward.

27 For thou wilt save the afflicted
pie ; but wilt bring down " high looks.

28 ^ For thou wilt light my || candle ;
Lord my God will enlighten my darkness.

29 For by thee I have || run through a
troop ; and by my God have I leaped over
a wall.

30 As for God, ^his way is perfect: Uhe
word of the Lord is || tried : he is a buckler
" to all those that trust in him.

31 ''For who is God save the Lord ? or
who is a rock save our God ?

32 It is God that •'girdeth me with
strength, and maketh my way perfect.

33 '' He maketh my feet like hinds' feet,
and " setteth me upon my high places.

34 ''He teacheth my hands to war, so that
a bow of steel is broken by mine arms.

35 Thou hast also given me the shield of
thy salvation : and thy right hand hath
holden me up, and || thy gentleness hath
made me great.

36 Thou hast enlarged my steps under
me, ^that f niy feet did not slip.

37 I have pursued mine enemies, and
overtaken them: neither did I turn again
till they were consumed.

38 I have wounded them that they were
not able to rise : they are fallen under my
feet.

39 For thou hast girded me with strength
unto the battle : thou hast t subdued under
me those that rose up against me.

40 Thou hast also given me the necks of
mine enemies ; that I might destroy them
that hate me.

41 They cried, but there was none to save
them : ^even unto the Lord, but he answered
them not.

42 Then did I beat them small as the
dust before the wind : I did ' cast them out
as the dirt in the streets.

43 ''Thou, hast delivered me from the
strivings of the people ; and ' thou hast made
me the head of the heathen : "" a people whom
I have not known shall serve me.

44 t As soon as they hear of me, they
shall obey me : t the strangers " shall || t sub-
mit themselves unto me.

45 ° The strangers shall fade away, and
be afraid out of their close places.

46 The Lord liveth ; and blessed be my
Rock ; and let the God of -my salvation be
ex-alted.

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The creatures shew God's glory.

47 It is God that favengeth me, Pand
II subdueth the people under me.

48 He dehvereth me from mine enemies :
yea, i thou hftest me up above those that rise
up against me : thou hast deUvered me from
the t violent man.

49 ■• Therefore vrill I || give thanks unto
thee, O Lord, among the heathen, and sing
praises unto thy name.

50 "Great deliverance giveth he to his
king ; and sheweth mercy to his anointed,
to David, and to his seed ' for evermore.

PSALM XIX.

I The creatures shew God's glory ; 7 the word his grace.

12 David prayeth for grace.

U To the chief Musician, A Psalm of
David.

THE " heavens declare the glory of God ;
and the firmament sheweth his handy
work.

2 Day unto day uttereth speech, and night
unto night sheweth knowledge.

3 There is no speech nor language,

II t where their voice is not heard.

4 ^ II Their line is gone out through all
the earth, and their words to the end of the
world. In them hath he set a tabernacle for
the sun,

5 Which is as a bridegroom coming out
of his chamber, " and rejoiceth as a strong
man to run a race.

6 His going forth is from the end of the
heaven, and his circuit unto the ends of it :
and there is nothing hid froni the heat
thereof.

7 * The II law of the Lord is perfect,
II converting the soul : the testimony of the
Lord is sure, making wise the simple.

8 The statutes of the Lord are right,
rejoicing the heart : " the commandment of
the Lord is pure, ''enlightening the eyes.

9 The fear of the Lord is clean, enduring
for ever : the judgments of the Lord are
t true and righteous altogether.

10 More to be desired are they than gold,
e yea, than much fine gold : ^ sweeter also
than honey and t the honey-comb.

11 Moreover, by them is thy servant
warned : and '■ in keeping of them there is
great reward.

12 ^ Who can understand his errors ?
• cleanse thou me from ™ secret faults.

13 " Keep back thy servant also from pre-
sumptuous sins ; ° let them not have domi-
nion over rae : then shall I be upright, and
I shall be innocent from || the great trans-
gression.

14 P Let the words of my mouth, and the
meditation of my heart, be acceptable in



PSALMS. The church's confidence in God's succour.

thy sight, O Lord, f my strength, and my
1 redeemer.



t Heb. ff?u-
ttk aveuBB-
menta for
me,

LPs. 47. 3.
Or,
strovpth.
q Fa. SO. 1.



T Hob. man
of violence,
T Rom. 15. 9.
II Or,
confess.



s Fs. 144. 10.



tSSain.7.
13.



a Gen. 1. 6.
hai. 40. 23.
Rom. 1. 19,
S!0.



11 Or,

without
these their
voice ia
heard,
t Heb.
withmtt ^
their voice
heard,
b Rom. 10.
18.
llOr,

Their rule,
or, direction,
c Eccles. 1.
5.



d Ps. 111. 7.

II Or,
doctrine.
II Or. .
restonng.



e Ps. 12. 6.
f Ps. 13. 3.



t Heb. truth.



g Pb. 119.

72, 127.

Prov. 8. 10,

11, 19.

h Ps. 119.

103.

t Heb. the

dropping of

koney-camis.

i Prov. 29.

18.

k Ps. 40. 12.

1 Lev. 4. 2,

&c.

m Ps. 90. 8.

n Gen. 20. 6.

I Sam. 25.
32,33,34,39.
o Ps. 119.
133.

Rom. 6. 12,
14.

II Or, much.



p Ps. 51. 15.



t Heb.
my rock,
Pb. 18. 1.
□ Isai. 43. 14.
& 44. 6. &
47. 4.
1 Thess. 1.
10.



n Prov. la

10.

t Heb. set

thee on a

hi^jaace.

thy help.

b 1 Kings 6.

16.

2 Chron. 20.

8.

Fs. 73. 17.

t Heb.

support thee.

T Heb. turn

to ashes : or,

make fat,

c Fs. 21. 2.

d Ps. 19. 4.

e Exod. 17.

15.

Pa. 60. 4.



fPs.2.S.

T Heb. from
the heaven of
his heliness,
T Heb. bii
the strength
ofthesalva-
tion of his
right hand,
e Fa. 33. 16,
17. .

Prov. 21. 31.
Isai. 31. 1.
h 3 ChroD.
32.8.



b Ps. 20. 4,
5.



c 2 Sam. 12.

30.

1 Chron. 20.

2.

d Fs. 61. 5,

6.

e 2 Sam. 7.

J9.

Ps. 91. 16.



t Heb. set
him to be
blessings.
Gen. 12. 2.
Ps. 73. 17.
f Pb. 16. 11.
& 45. 7.
Acts 2. 28.
t Heb.
gladded him
witli joy,

e Ps. 16. 8.



h 1 Sam. 31.
3.



i Mai. 4, 1.



PSALM XX

1 The church blesseth the king in his exploits. 7 Her
confidence in God's succour.

IT To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.

THE Lord hear thee in the day of
trouble; "'the name of the God of
Jacob t defend thee.

2 Send f thee help from *> the sanctuary,
and t strengthen thee out of Zion.

3 Remember all thy offerings, and f ac-
cept thy burnt-sacrifice. Selah.

4 ''Grant thee according to thine own
heart, and fulfil all thy counsel.

5 We will ^ rejoice in thy salvation, and
" in the name of our God we will set up
our banners: the Lord fulfil all thy peti-
tions.

6 Now know I that the Lord saveth '"his
anointed ; he will hear him f from his holy
heaven f with the saving strength of his
right hand.

7 e Some trust in chariots, and some in
horses : •> but we will remember the name of
the Lord our God.

8 They are brought down and fallen : but
we are risen, and stand upright.

9 Save, Lord : let the king hear us when
we call.

PSALM XXL

1 A thanksgiving for victory. 7 Confidence of further
success.

IT To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.

THE king shall joy in thy strength, O
Lord; and =^in thy salvation how
greatly shall he rejoice !

2 ^ Thou hast given him his heart's desire,
and hast not withholden the request of his
lips. Selah.

3 For thou preventest him with the bless-
ings of goodness : thou "= settest a crown of
pure gold on his head.

4 ^ He asked life of thee, and thou gavest
it him, « even length of days for ever and
ever.

5 His glory is great in thy salvation :
honour and majesty hast thou laid upon him.

6 For thou hast made f him most blessed
for ever: ""thou hast fmade him exceeding
glad with thy countenance.

7 For the king trusteth in the Lord, and
through the mercy of the Most High he
s shall not be moved.

8 Thine hand shall '•find out all thine ene-
mies : thy right hand shall find out those that
hate thee.

9 ' Thou shalt make them as a fiery oven
in the time of thine anger : the Lord shall

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k Ps. 56. 1,

2.

I Ps. 18. 8.

bad. 26. 11.

m 1 KingB
13. 34.
Job 18. 16,
17, 19. .
Ps. 37.28. &
109. 13.
Isai. 14. 20.



n Ps. 3. 1.



II Or, thou
Shalt set
t/iem as a
huU:

See Job 7.
20. & 10. 12.
Lam. 3.12.
t Hcb.
slwutder.



II Or, tlu!
hivd of tke
iiwminff.



a Matt. 27.

46.

Mark 15. 34.

t Heb./ront

rtiT/ salva-

twn.

b Hebr. 5.7.



t Heb. there
is no silence



c Deut 10.
91.



d Ps. 45. 2,
3. & 31. I.
«c71. 1.
Isai. 49. 23.
Koin. 9. 33,
e Job 25. 6.
Isai. 41. 14.
f Isai. 53. 3.

B Matt. 27.

Mark 15.

29.

Luke 23.

35.

t Heb. open.

h Job 16. 4.

Ps. 109. 25.

i Matt. 27.

43.

I Hob. He
rolled biin-
self on tlte
Lord.

k Ps.Ol.M.

II Or, ifke
delight m
him,

I Ps. 71. 6.

II Or.

kcptestmetn
safety.

m Isai. 46.
3. & 49. 1.



t Heb.
not a helper.
n Deut. 32.
14.

Ps. 68. 30.
Ezek. 39. 18.
Amos 4.1.
o Job 16. 10.
Ps. 35. 21.
Lam. 2.16.
& 3. 46.
t Heb.
opened their
mouths
against me.
p Dan. 5. 6.
II Or, ^
sundered.

3 Josh. 7. 5.
ob 23. 16.
r Prov. 17.
22.

B Job 29. 10.
Jjam. 4. 4.
John 19. 28.



t Rev. 22.
15.



u Matt 27.

35.

Mark 15. 24.

Luke 23. 33.

John 19. 2:!,

37. & 20. 25.

X Luke 23.

27, 35.

y Luke 23.

34

John 19. 23,

24.

z ver. 11.

Ps. 10. 1.



a Ps. 35. 17.
t Heb. my
only one.
t Heb. /rom
the hand.
b ver. 10.
c 2 Tim. 4.
17.

d Isai. 34. 7.
Acta 4. 27.



e Ilebr. 2.

12.

Ps. 40. 9.

f John 20.

)7.

Rom. 8. 29.

g Ps. 135.
19, 20.



David complaineth in great discouragement. PSALMS.

k swallow them up in his wrath, >and the
fire shall devour them.

10 ™ Their fruit shalt thou destroy from
the earth, and their seed from among the
children of men.

11 For they intended evil against thee :
they " imagined a mischievous device, whicli
they are not able to perform,

12 Therefore || shalt thou make them turn
their fback, when thou shalt make ready
thine arrows upon thy strings against the
face of them.

13 Be thou exalted. Lord, in thine own
strength : so will we sing and praise thy
power.

PSALM XXIL

I David complaineth in great discouragement. 9 He

prayeth in great distress. 23 Hepraiseth God,

H To the chief Musician upon || Aijeleth
Shahar, A Psalm of David.

"Y * God, my God, why hast thou for-

saken me ? why art thou so far f from

helping me, and from *• the words of my



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