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t Heb.


g 1 Sam. 2.


cause to


come.


t Heb.
length of




1 Deut 32.


days.


X.


Prov. 3. 2.


Pb. 135. 14.




m P>. a5. 6.




& 149. i.




n Hab. 3. 2.






aPs. 147. 1.


Ps. 27. 4.




p Isai. 28.




12.






b Ps. 89. 1.




t Heb. in




the nigkts.




c 1 Chron.




23.5.




Ps.33.2.




II Or,




uvon the so-




lemn sound




with the




harp.




t Heb.


a Ps. 27. 5.


ffiggaipn.


& 31. 20. b.


Ps. 9. 16.


32.7.




t Heb.
lodge.






b Ps. 17. 8.


d Ps. 40. 5.




& 130. 17.


Ps. 142. 5.


e Isai. 28.

29.

Rom. 11. 33,






34.




fP8.73.22.




&94.8.


d Ps. 124. 7.


e Job 12. 6.

8l 21. 7.




P3.37. 1,2,




35, 38.




Jer. 12. 1,




2.




Mai. 3. 15.


e Ps. 17. 8.




& 57. 1. tc




01.4.


h Pfl. 56. 2.




& 83. 18.


f Jobs. 19,




tc.




Ps. H2. 7.




& 121. 6.




Prov. 3. 23,

24.

Isai. 43. 2.


i Ps. 68. 1.


Il 89. 10.




k Ps. 89. 17,
24.




1 Ps. 23. 5.




m Ps. 54. 7.




& 59. 10. &




112. 8.


c Ps. 37. 34.
Mai. 1. 5.


nPs. 1)2.8.


Isai. 65. 22.




Hos. 14. S,




6.


h ver. 2.




i Ps. 7). 3.




&90. 1.


Ps. 100. 4.




& 135. 2.


k Prov. 12.




21.






t Heb.




ereen.



An exhortation to praise God, Sfc.

11 'For he shall give his angels charge
over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways.

12 They shall bear thee up in their hands,
"lest thou dash thy foot against a stone.

13 Thou shalt tread upon the lion and
II adder : the young lion and the dragon
shalt thou trample under feet.

14 Because he hath set his love upon me,
therefore will I deliver him : I will set him
on high, because he hath "known my name.

15 "He shall call upon me, and I will
answer him : pI will be with him in trouble ;
I will deliver him, and <i honour him.

16 With t long life will I satisfy him, and
shew him my salvation.

PSALM XCIL

1 The prophet exhorteth to praise God, 4 for his great
works, 6 for his judgments on the wicked, 10 arid for
his goodness to the godly.

IF A Psalm or Song for the sabbath-day.

/T is a °^good thing to give thanks unto
the Lord, and to sing praises unto thy
name, O Most High.

2 To •> shew forth thy loving-kindness in
the morning, and thy faithfulness t every
night,

3 "Upon an instrument of ten strings, and
upon the psaltery; || upon the harp with f a
solemn sound.

4 For thou. Lord, hast made me glad
through thy work: I will triumph in the
works of thy hands.

5 "'O Lord, how great are thy works.'
and ^thy thoughts are very deep.

6 *'A brutish man knoweth not ; neither
doth a fool understand this.

7 When ethe wicked spring as the grass,
and when all the workers of iniquity do
flourish ; it is that they shall be destroyed
for ever:

8 ""But thou. Lord, art most high for
evermore.

9 For lo, thine enemies, O Lord, for lo,
thine enemies shall perish ; all the workers
of iniquity shall 'be scattered.

10 But ""my horn shalt thou exalt like the
y^orao/" an unicorn: I shall be 'anointed with
fresh oil.

11 ""Mine eye also shall see my desire on
mine enemies, and mine ears shall hear my
desire of the wicked that rise up against me.

12 "The righteous shall flourish like the
palm-tree : he shall grow like a cedar in
Lebanon.

13 Those that be planted in the house of
the Lord shall flourish "in the courts of
our God.

14 They shall still bring forth fruit in old
age ; they shall be fat and t flourishing ;

528



The majesty of Chrisfs kingdom.

15 To shew that the Lord is upright :
P/te is my rock, and 'i there is no unrighte-
ousness in him.

PSALM xcm.

The majesty, power, and holiness of Christ's kingdom.

THE ''Lord reigneth, •'he is clothed
with majesty; the Lord is clothed with
strength, "wherewith he hath girded himself :
^ the world also is estabhshed, that it cannot
be moved.

2 «Thy throne is- established f of old:
thou art from everlasting.

3 The floods have lifted up, O Lord, the
floods have lifted up their voice ; the floods
lift up their waves.

4 '■ The Lord on high is mightier than
tlie noise of many waters, yea, than the
mighty waves of the sea.

5 Thy testimonies are very sure : holiness
becometh thine house, O Lord, ffor ever.

PSALM XCIV.

1 The prophet, calling for justice, complaineth of tyranny
and impiety. 8 He teacheth God's providence. 12 He
sheweth the blessedness of affliction. 16 God is the de-.
fender of the afflicted.

OLORD t God, "• to whom vengeance
belongeth ; O God, to whom vengeance
belongeth, fshew thyself.

2 ''Lift up thyself, thou "Judge of the
earth : render a reward to the proud.

3 Lord, ^ how long shall the wicked, how
long shall the wicked triumph ?

4 How long shall they * utter and speak
hard things ? and all the workers of ini-
quity boast themselves ?

5 They break in pieces thy people, O
Lord, and afflict thine heritage.

6 They slay the widow and the stranger,
and murder the fatherless.

7 ^Yet they say. The Lord shall not see,
neither shall the God of Jacob regard it.

8 g Understand, ye brutish among the
people : and ye fools, when will ye be
wise ?

9 •'He that planted the ear, shall he not
hear? he that formed the eye, shall he not
see ?

10 He that chastiseth the heathen, shall
not he correct ? he that ' teacheth man
knowledge, shall not he know ?

11 ''The Lord knoweth the thoughts of
man, that they are vanity.

12 'Blessed is the man whom thou chas
tenest, O Lord, and teachest him out of
thy law ;

13 That thou niayest give him rest from
the days of adversity, until the pit be digged
for the wicked.

67



PSALMS.



p Dout. 32.
qRom. 9. 14.



n Ph. m. 10.
& 07. 1. &
90. 1.
Isai. 52. 7.
Rov. 19. 6.
b I'». 104. 1.
Ps. 05. 6.
d Ps. 90. 10.



Ps. 45. 6.
Prov. 8. 22,
&c.
t Hcb.
from then.



f Pa. C.5. 7.
&89. 9.



t Hcb. to
Lmgtk of
days.



t Heb. Ood
of revenges.
a Deut.32.
35.

Nnh. 1. 2.
t Heb.
shine fo7-th.
Pa etf. 1.
b Ps. 7. fi.
c Gen. 18.
25.

d Job 20. 5.



o Pa. 31. 18.
Jude 15.



f Pa. 10.11,
13. & 53. 7.



K Ps. 73. 22.
& 'JJ. 0.



Ii Exod. 4.

11.

Prov. 20. 12.



1 .lob 35.11.
Isai. 28. 26.



k 1 Cor. 3.
20.



1 Job .•5.17.
Prnv. 3. 11.
1 Cor. 11.. 32.
Hcbr. 12. 5,



m 1 Sam.
12.22.
Rom. 11. 1
2.



t Hob. ihall
bo nfter it.



n Pa. 124.
I, 2.

II PO,
QmclUy.

o Ps. 38. 16.



p AmOB 6. 3.



g Pa. iia 2.
laai. 10. 1.



r Matt. 27.

1.

B Exod. 23.

7.

Prov. 17. 15.

t Ps. 59. 9.
&. 62. 2, 6.



11 Pa. 7. 16.
Prov. 2. 22.
JtS. 22,



a Ps. 100. 1.
b Dout. 32.
15.

2 Sam. 22.
47.

t Heb. pre-
vent his
face.



c Ps. 96. 4.
& 97. 9. &.
135.5.

THeb.
In whose.
II Or, the
heights of
the hills are
his.

i Hcb.
Whose tfie
sea is.
d Gen. 1. 9,
10.



c 1 Cor. 6.

20.

f Pa. 79. 13.

& 80. 1. &.

100. 3.



B Hebr. 3.

7, 15. & 4.

7.

h Exod. 17.

2, 7.

Numb. 14.

22, &c. &

20. 13.

Dent. 6. 16.

t Heb.

covtevtion.

i P». 78. 18,

40. 56.

1 Cor. 10. 9.

k Numb. 14.

22.

) Hcbr. 3.

10, 17.

m Numb. 14.
2.3, 28, 30.
Hebr. 3. 11,
18. & 4. 3, 5.
t Hcb. if
Utj^y enter
into my rest.



An exhortation to praise God.

14 "-For the Lord will not cast off his
people, neither will he forsake his inheri-
tance.

15 But judgment shall return unto right-
eousness : and all the upright in heart f shall
follow it.

16 Who will rise up for me against the
evil-doers ? or who will stand up for me
against the workers of iniquity ?

17 "Unless the Lord had been my help,
my soul had 1] almost dwelt in silence.

18 When 1 said, "My foot slippeth ; thy
mercy, O Lord, held me up.

19 In the multitude of my thoughts within
me thy comforts delight my soul.

20 Shall Pthe throne of iniquity have
fellowship with thee, which ^frameth mis-
chief by a law ?

21 'They gather themselves together
against the soul of the righteous, and ' con-
demn the innocent blood.

22 But the Lord is * my defence ; and
my God is the rock of my refuge.

23 And " he shall bring upon them their
own iniquity, and shall cut them off in
their own wickedness ; yea, the Lord our
God shall cut them off,

PSALM XCV.

1 An exhortation to praise God, Zfar his greatness,
6 and for his goodness, 8 and not to tempt him.

OCOME, let us sing unto the Lord :
°^let us make a joyful noise to ''the
Rock of our salvation.

2 Let us t come before his presence with
thanksgiving, and make a joyful noise unto
him with psalms.

3 For = the Lord is a great God, and a
great King above all gods.

4 tin his hand are the deep places of
the earth : || the strength of the hills is his
also.

5 t^The sea is his, and he made it: and
his hands formed the dry land.

6 O come, let us worship and bow down :
let ^ us kneel before the Lord our maker.

7 For he is our God ; and ''we are the
people of his pasture, and the sheep of his
hand, e To-day if ye will hear his voice,

8 Harden not your heart, ''as in the
t provocation, and as in the day of temp-
tation in the wilderness :

9 When 'your fathers tempted me, proved
me, and ''saw my work.

10 'Forty years long was I grieved with
this generation, and said. It is a people that
do err in their heart, and they have not
known my ways :

11 Unto whom ■"! sware in my wrath,
tthat they should not enter into my rest.

^ 529



An exhortation ts praise God.
rSALM XCVI.

1 An exhortation to praise God, ifor his greatness,
8 for his kingdom, H and for his general judgment.

O-'SING unto the Lord a new song:
sing unto the Lord, all the earth.

2 Sing unto the Lord, bless his name ;
shew forth his salvation from day to day.

3 Declare his glory among the heathen,
his wonders among all people.

4 For Hhe Lord is great, and "greatly
to be praised : -^he is to be feared above all
gods.

5 For «all the gods of the nations are
idols : f but the Lord made the heavens.

6 Honour and majesty are before him;
strength and e beauty are in his sanctuary.

7 •> Give unto the Lord, O ye kindreds
of the people, give unto the Lord glory
and strength.

8 Give unto the Lord the glory ^due
unto his name : bring an offering, and come
into his courts.

9 O Avorship the Lord ' || in the beauty of
holiness : fear before him, all the earth.

10 Say among the heathen tliat ''the
Lord reigneth : the world also shall be
established that it shall not be moved : ' he
shall judge the people righteously.

11 ™Let the heavens rejoice, and let the
earth be glad ; "let the sea roar, and the ful-
ness thereof.

12 Let the field be joyful, and all that
is therein: then shall all the trees of the
wood rejoice

13 Before the Lord ; for he cometh, for
he cometh to judge the earth: "he shall
judge the world with righteousness, and the
people with his truth.

PSALM XCVIL

I The majesty of God's kingdom. 7 The church rejoiceth
at God's judgments upon idolaters. Vi An exhortation
to godliness and gladness.

THE " Lord reigneth ; let the earth re-
joice; let the t multitude of >> isles be
glad thereof,

2 ■= Clouds and darkness are round about
him: <• righteousness and judgment are the

II habitation of his throne.

3 « A fire goeth before him, and burneth
up his enemies round about.

4 fHis lightnings enlightened the world;
the earth saw, and trembled.

5 eThe hills melted like wax at the pre-
sence of the Lord, at the presence of the
Lord of the whole earth.

6 ''The heavens declare his righteousness,
and all the people see his glory.

7 'Confounded bo all they that serve



PSALMS.



a 1 Chron.
16. 2.1.-33.
Ps. 33. 3.



b Ps. 145. a
c Ps. 18. 3.
d Ps. 95. 3.



e Se6 Jer.
10. 11. 12.
fPs. 115.15.
leai. 42. 5.



E Ps. 29. 2.



h Ps. 29. 1,
2.



t Heb. of
his name



i Ps. 29. 2.
& 110. 3.

II Or, in tht
glorioua
sanctuary.
k Ps. 93. 1.
& 97. 1.
Rev. 11. 15.
& 19. 6.
1 vcr. 13.
Fs. 67. 4. &
98. 9.



m Ps. 09.

34.

n Ps. 98. 7,



Ps. 67. 4.
Rev. 19. 11.



a Ps. 96. 10.

t Heb.
many, or,
CTrat islfJ.
h Isai. 60.

'■>■

c 1 Kings 8.
12.

Ps. 18. 11.
d Ps. 89. 14.
II Or, esta-
blishment.

e Ps. IB. 8.
& m. 3.
Han. 7. 10.
Hab. 3. 5.

f Exod. 19.

18.

Ps. 77. 18. t

104. 32.

s Judg. 5.

Min. 1. 4.
Nah. 1. 5.



h Ps. in. 1.

& m. 6.

i Exod. 20.
4.

i.cv.an. 1.

n.-irl. .1. 8
&. 27. 15.



k Hobr.1.6.



I Ps. 83. 18.

m Exod. 18.

II.

Ps. 95. 3. &

96. 4.

n Ps. 34. 14.
&37. 27. &
101. 3.
Amos 5. 15.
Rom. 12. 9.
o Ps. 31. 23.
& 37. 28. &
145. 20.
Prov. 2. 8.
p Ps. 37. 39,
40.

Dan. 3. 28.
& 6.22,27.
q Job 22.
28.

Ps. 112. 4.
Prov. 4. 18.
r Ps. 33. 1.
s Ps. 30. 4.

II Or, ta the
memorial.



a Ps. 33. 3.

& 96. 1.

Isni. 42. 10.

b Exod. 15.

11.

Ps. 77. 14. &

88. 10. &

105. 5. &

136. 4. &

139. 14.

c Exod. 15.

6.

Isai. 59. 16.

& 63. .5.

dleai..')2.10.

Luke 2. 30,

31.

c Isai. 62. 2.

Rom. 3.25,

26.

rpvefilea.
t Luke 1.
54, 55, 72.
g Isai. 49.

& :a. 10.
Luke 2. 30,
31. & 3. 6.
Acts 13. 47.
& 28. 28.
h Ps. 95. 1.
&. 100. 1.



i Numb. 10.
10.

1 Chron. 15.
28.

2 Chron. 29.
27.

k Ps. 96. 11,



I Isai. 55. 12.



mPB.96.10,
13.



a Ps. 93. 1.

b Exod. 25.

22.

l'<. If. 10.

& Ml. 1.
t II. 'I,.
stuffffcr.

c Ps. 97. 9.



God's salvation toward Israel.

graven images, that boast themselves of idols ;
''worship him, all ye gods.

8 Zion heard, and was glad ; and the
daughters of Judah rejoiced because of thy
judgments, O Lord.

9 For thou. Lord, art 'high above all
the earth : ■" thou art exalted far above all
gods.

10 Ye that love the Lord, " hate evil ;
"he preserveth the souls of his saints; Phe
delivereth them out of the hand of the
wicked.

11 1 Light is sown for the righteous, and
gladness for the upright in heart.

12"^ Rejoice in the Lord, ye righteous;
= and give thanks || at the remembrance of
his holiness.

PSALM xcvm.

1 The psalmist exhorieth the Jews, 4 the Gentiles, 7 and
all the creatures to praise God.

. IT A Psalm.

O^SING unto the Lord a new song : for
••he hath done marvellous things: •'his
right hand, and his holy arm, hath gotten
him the victory.

2 ''The Lord hath made known his sal-
vation : •= his righteousness hath he || openly
shewed in the eight of the heathen.

3 He hath '"remembered his mercy and
his truth toward the house of Israel : eall the
ends of the earth have seen the salvation of
our God.

4 ^ Make a joyful noise unto the Lord,
all the earth : make a loUd noise, and re-
joice, and sing praise.

5 Sing unto the Lord with the harp ;
with -the harp, and the voice of a psalm.

6 'With trumpets and sound of cornet
make a joyful noise before the Lord, the
King.

7 ''Let the sea roar, and the fulness
thereof; the world, and they that dwell
therein.

8 Let the floods ' clap their hands : let
the hills be joyful together

9 Before the Lord ; ■" for he cometh to
judge the earth: with righteousness shall
he judge the world, and the people with
equity.

PSALM XCIX.

1 The prophet, setting forth the kingdom of God in Zicn,
5 exhorteth all, by the example of forefathers, to wor-
ship God at his holy hill.

THE " Lord reigneth ; let the people
tremble : '• he sitteth between the cheru-
bims ; let the earth fbe moved.

2 The Lord is great in Zion ; and he is
<=high above all people.
530



^n\ exhortation to praise God cheerfully. PSALMS,



M^



Let them praise ■'thy great and terrible
naitite ; for it is holy.

4 «The king's strength also loveth judg-
ment ^ thou dost establish equity, thou
executiest judgment and righteousness in
Jacob^

5 *■ Exalt ye the Lord our God, and wor-
ship at ^his footstool ; for || ''he is holy.

6 'Moses and Aaron among his priests,
and Sanmel among them that call upon his
name ; they ''called upon the Lord, and
he answered them.

7 'He spake unto them in the cloudy
pillar : they kept his testimonies, and the
ordinance that he gave them.

8 Thou answeredst them, O Lord our
God; ""thou wast a God that forgavest
them, though "thou tookest vengeance of
their inventions.

9 "Exalt the Lord our God, and wor-
ship at his holy hill ; for the- Lord our
God is holy.

PSALM C.

1 An exhortation to praise God cheerfully, 3 for his
greatness, 4 and for his power.

IT * A Psalm of || praise.
'AKE *a joyful noise unto the Lord,
fall ye lands.

2 Serve the Lord with gladness : come
before his presence with singing.

3 Know ye that the Lord he is God: ^it
is he that hath made us, || and not we our-
selves ; "we are his people, and the sheep of
his pasture.

4 f Enter into his gates with
ing, and into his courts with praise : be
thankful unto him, and bless his name.

5 For the Lord is good; '^his mercy is
everlasting; and his truth endureth fto all
generations.

PSALM CL

David maketh a vow and profession of godliness.

IT A Psalm of David.

I* WILL sing of mercy and judgment:
unto thee, O Lord, will I sing.

2 I will '■behave myself wisely in a per-
fect way. O when wilt thou come unto
me? I will "walk within my house with
a perfect heart.

3 I will set no f wicked thing before
mine eyes : ''I hate the work of them "that
turn aside; it shall not cleave to me.

4 A froward heart shall depart from me :
I will not f know a wicked person.

5 Whoso privily slandereth his neigh-
bour, him will I cut off: ehim that hath
an high look and a proud heart will not
I suffer.



thanksgiv-



i Dout S8.

58.

Rov. ]3. 4.

Job 36. S,
6,7.



f vor. 9.

a 1 Chron.
28.2.
Pb. 132. 7.
[\ P'.

tt 18 ftoll/.

h Lev. 19.
2.

i Jor. 15. 1.
k Exod. 14.
IS. & IS. 25.
1 Sam. 7.9.
& 12. 18.
IEiod.33.



m Numb.
14.20.
Jer. 46. 28.
Zoph. 3. 7.
n See

Exod. 32. 2,
&c.

N umb. 20.
12, 24.
Deut. 9. 20.
o ver. 5.
Exod. 13. 2.
P». 34. 3. Sl
118. 28.



* Pa. 145,

title.
II Or.
t/ianks-
givinff.
a P». 95. 1.
& 98. 4.
t Hob.
all tke earth.



b P«. 119.
73. & 139.
13,&c. &:
14f|. 2.
Ephes. 2. 10.

"%■
aiid nis v>e

are.

c Ps. 95. 7.

Ezck.34.30,

31.

d Ps. G6. 13.

& 110. 17,

18, 19.



o Ps. 136. 1,

&c.
t Heb.
to genera-
tion and g6-
neration.
Ps. 89. 1.



a Pb. 89. 1.



b 1 Sam. 18.
14.



c 1 Kings 9.
4. & 11. 4.



t Heb.
tltin^ of
Belial.
d Pa. 97. 10.

Josh. 23.
6.

1 Sara. 12.
20, 21.

Ps. 40. 4. &

12,1. 5.

f Matt. 7.23.

2 Tim 2. 19.



B Ps. 18. 27.
Prov. 6. 17.



II Or,
perfect in
tfte watt.
I'a. 119. 1.



t Heb.
shall not be
catablislted,

li Ps. 75. 10.
Jor. ai. 12.



iFi.48.2,8.



11 Or. for.
* Ps. 61. 2.
&142.2.



a Exod. 2.

1 Sam. 9.

16.

Ps. 18.6.

b Ps. 27. 9.

& 69. 17.

cPs. 71.2.

&88.2.



d Ps. 119.
83.

Jam. 4. 14.
II Or,
(as some
read) into
smoke.
c Job 30. 30.
Ps. 31. 10.
Lam. 1. 13.
f Ps. 37. 2.
ver. 11.



e Job 19. 20.
Lam. 4. 8.
11 Or,
hesh.

1i Job 30.29.
ilsai.34. 11.
Zeph. 2, 14.
k Pa. 77. 4.
1 Ps. 38. 11.



m Acts 26.

11.

n Acta 23.

12.



o Pb. 42. 3.

&eo.5.



p Ps. 30. 7.



Q Job 14. 2.
Ps. 109. 23.
& 144. 4.
Ecclea. 6.
12.

r ver. 4.
Isai. 40. 6,
7, 8.

Jam. 1. 10.
s ver. 26.
Ps. 9. 7.
Lam. 5. 19.
t Ps. ]3i). 13.
u Isai. 60.
JO.
Zech. 1. 12.

X Isai. 40. 2.
y Ps. 79 1.



z 1 Kings 8.

43.

Ps. 1.18. 4.

Isai. CO. 3.



a Isai. 60.
1.2.



The prophets grievous complaint.

6 Mine eyes shall he upon the faithful of
the land, that they may dwell with me:
he that walketh || in a perfect way, he shall
serve me.

7 He that worketh deceit shall not dwell
within my house : he that telleth lies f shall
not tarry in my sight.

8 I will '■early destroy all the wicked of
the land; that I may cut off all wicked
doers 'from the city of the Lord.

PSALM GIL

1 The prophet in his prayer maketh a grievous com-
plaint. 12 He taketh comfort in the eternity and
mercy of God. 18 The mercies of God are to be
recorded. 23 He sustaineth his weakness by the un-
changedbleness of God.

IF A Prayer || of the afflicted, * when he is
overwhelmed, and poureth out his com-
plaint before the Lord.

HEAR my prayer, O Lord, and let my
cry *come unto thee.

2 ''Hide not thy face from me in the day
when I am m trouble ; "incline thine ear
unto me : in the day when I call, answer
me speedily.

3 '' For my days are consumed || like
smoke, and "my bones are burned as an
hearth.

4 My heart is smitten, and '"withered like
grass ; so that I forget to eat my bread.

5 By reason of the voice of my groaning
smy bones cleave to my || skin.

6 ""I am like 'a pelican of the wilderness:
I am like an owl of the desert.

7 I ''watch, and am as a sparrow 'alone
upon the house-top.

8 Mine enemies reproach me all the day;
and they that are ■" mad against me are
" sworn against me.

9 For I have eaten ashes like bread, and
"mingled my drink with weeping,

10 Because of thine indignation and thy
wrath : for p thou hast lifted me up, and
cast me down.

11 iMy days are like a shadow that de-
clincth; and ■'I am withered like grass.

12 But =thou, O Lord, shalt endure for
ever ; and ' thy remembrance unto all gene-
rations.

13 Thou shalt arise, and "have mercy
upon Zion : for the time to favour her,
yea, the ^set time, is come.

14 For thy servants take pleasure in y her
stones, and favour the dust thereof.

15 So the heathen shall ^fear the name of
the Lord : and all the kings of the earth
thy glory.

16 When the Lord shall build up Zion,
* he shall appear in his glory.

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The prophet resteth his hope on God.

17 •'He will regard the prayer of the
destitute, and not despise their prayer.

18 This shall be ''written for the genera-
tion to come : and ^ the people which shall
be created shall praise the Lord.

19 For he hath ■« looked down from the
height of his sanctuary; from heaven did
the Lord behold the earth ;

20 f To hear the groaning of the prisoner;
to loose t those that are appointed to death ;

21 To e declare the name of the Lord
in Zion, and his praise in Jerusalem ;

22 When the people are gathered toge-
ther, and the kingdoms, to serve the Lord.

23 He t weakened my strength in the
way; he "^ shortened my days.

24 'I said, O my God, take me not away
in the midst of my days: ''thy years are
throughout all generations.

25 'Of old hast thou laid the foundation
of the earth : and the heavens are the
work of thy hands.

26 ""They shall perish, but "thou shalt
t endure : yea, all of them shall wax old
like a garment ; as a vesture shalt thou
change them, and they shall be changed :

27 But "thou art the same, and thy years
shall have no end.

28 P The children of thy servants shall
continue, and their seed shall be established
before thee.

PSALM cm.

1 An exhortation to praise God for his mercy, 15 and
for the constancy thereof.

IT A Psalm of David.

BLESS ''the Lord, O my soul : and all
that is within me, lless his holy name.

2 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget
not all his benefits:

3 ""Who forgiveth all thine iniquities;
who ■= healeth all thy diseases ;

4 Who ^ redeemeth thy life from destruc-
tion ; •'who crowneth thee with loving-
kindness and tender mercies ;

5 Who satisfieth thy mouth with good
things ; so that ""thy youth is renewed like
the eagle's.

6 eThe Lord executeth righteousness
and judgment for all that are oppressed.

7 '>He made known his ways unto Moses,
his acts unto the children of Israel.

8 'The Lord is merciful and gracious,
slow to anger, and f plenteous in mercy.

9 ''He will not always chide ; neither
will he keep his anger for ever.

10 'He hath not dealt with us after our
sins; nor rewarded us according to our
iniquities.

11 -"For tas the heaven is high above



PSALMS.



b Neh. 1. 6,
11. & 2. 8.



c Horn. 15.

4.

1 Cor. 10.

11.

d P«. •&. 31.

Isai. 43. 21.

Deut 26.

15.

Pg. 14. 2. &

33. 13, 14.



f Pa. 79. 11.

t Hcb.

the children
of death.
g Ps. 22. 22.



t Heb.

aMicted.

h Job 21. 21.

i Isai. 38.

10.

k Pa. 90. 2.

Hab. 1. 12.



1 Gen. 1. 1.
&2. 1.
Hebr. 1. 10.



m Isai. 34.
4. &S1.6.&
65. 17. & 66.
22.

Rom. 8. 20.
2 Pet. 3. 7.
10, 11, 12.
n ver. 12.
t Heb.
stand.
o Mai. 3. 6.
Hebr. 13. 8.
Jam. 1. 17.

p Pa. 09. 36.



a vCT. 22.
Pb. 104. 1. &
146. 1.



b Pa. 130. 8.
Isai. 3.1. 24.
Malt. 9. 2,
6.

Mark 2. 5,
10, 11.
Luke 7. 47.
c Exod. 15.
26.

Pa. 147. 3.
Jer. 17. 14.
d Pb. 34. 22.
& 56. 13.
e Ps. 5. 12.



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