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long wilt thou be angry with upon the fon of man whom thy people that prayeth? thou madeft fo ftrong for thine own self.
5 Thou feedest them with the bread of tears: and giveft them plenteoufnefs of tears to drink.
18 And fo will not we go back from thee: O let us live, and we fhall call upon thy Name.
19 Turn us again, O Lord God of hofts: fhew the light of thy countenance, and we shall be whole.
Pfalm 81. Exultate Deo. ye merrily unto God
Thou haft brought a vine Strength: make a Cheerful
6 Thou haft made us a very ftrife unto our neighbours: and our enemies laugh us to fcorn.
7 Turn us again, thou God of hofts: fhew the light of thy countenance, and we fhall be whole.
out of Egypt: thou haft caft out the heathen,and planted it.
9 Thou madeft room for it: and when it had taken root, it filled the land.
noife unto the God of Jacob.
3 Blow up the trumpet in the To The hills were covered new-moon even in the time with the fhadow of it: and the appointed, and upon our foboughs thereof were like the lemn feat-day. goodly cedar-trees.
4 For this was made a ftatute 11 She ftretched out her for Ifrael: and a law of the Gol branches unto the fca: and her boughs unto the river.
12 Why haft thou then broken down her hedge: that all they that go by pluck off her grapes?
13 The wild boar out of the wood doth root it up and the wild beafts of thefield devour it.
5 This he ordained in Jɔseph for a teftimony: when he came out of the land of Egypt, and had heard a ftrange language. 61 eafed his fhoulder from the burden: and his hands were delivered from making the pots.
7 Thou calledft upon me in troubles, and I delivered thee: and heard thee what time as the ftorm fell upon thee.
8 I proved thee alfo at the waters of strife.
9 Hear, O my people, and I will affure thee, O Ifrael; if thou wilt hearken unto me,
To There fhall no trange god be in thee: neither fhalt thou worship any other god.
III am the Lord thy God, who brought thee out of the land of Egypt: open thy mouth wide, and I fhall fill it.
12 But my people would not thou the earth: for thou fhalt hear my voice and Ifrael take all heathen to thine inhewould not obey me. ritance.
13 So I gave them up unto Pfalm 83. Deus, quis fimilis? hearts and let them follow their own imagi- H God, keep not fill filence: not thy O
refrain not thy felf, O God.
14 O that my people would 2 For lo, thine enemies make have hearkned unto me: for if a murmuring: and they that Ifrael had walked in my ways, hate thee, have lift up their 15 I should foon have put down their enemies: and turned my hand against their adverfaries.
3 They have imagined craftily against thy people; and taken counsel against thy fecret ones.
16 The haters of the Lord fhould have been found liars: but their time fhould have endured for ever.
17 He should have fed them also with the fineft wheatflour and with hony out of the ftony rock should I have fatisfied thee.
4 They have faid, Come, and let us root them out, that they be no more a people; and that the name of Iiracl may be no more in remembrance.
of a Moabites Hagarens,
5 For they have caft their heads together with one confent and are confederate against thee;
6 The tabernacles of the Edomites and the Ifmaclites: the
Judge among gods.
7 Gebal, and Ammon, and 2 How long will ye give Amalech: the Philistines, with wrong judgment: and accept them that dwell at Tyre. the perfons of the ungodly?
S Affur alfo is joyned with them and have holpen the children of Lot.
3 Defend the poor and fatherlefs: fee that fuch as are in need and neceffity have right.
4 Deliver the out-caft and poor: fave them from the hand of the ungodly.
5 They will not be learned nor underftand, but walk on ftill in darknefs: all the foundations of the earth are out of courfe.
6 I have faid, Ye are gods: and ye are all the children of the most Higheft.
7 But ye fhall die like men: and fall like one of the princes. 8 Arife, O God, and judge
9 But do thou to them as unto the Madianites: unto Sifera, and unto Jabin at the brook of Kifon;
10 Who perithed at Endor: and became as the dung of the earth.
130 my God, make them
like unto a wheel: and as the ftubble before the wind;
8 O Lord God of hosts, hear my prayer: hearken, O God 14 Like as the fire that burn- of Jacob. eth up the wood: and as the 9 Behold, O God our deflame that confumeth the fender: and look upon the face mountains. of thine Anointed.
15 Perfecute them even fo with thy tempeft: and make is better than a thousand. them afraid with thy ftorm..
II I had rather be a door16 Make their faces afha- keeper in the house of my God: med, O Lord: that they may than to dwell in the tents of feek thy Name. ungodliness.
17 Let them be confounded 12 For the Lord God is a and vexed ever more and more: light and defence: the Lord let them be put to fhame and will give grace and worship, perish. and no good thing fhall he 18 And they fhall know that withhold from them that live thou whofe Name is Jehovah : a godly life. art only the most Highest over all the earth.
10 For one day in thy courts:
13 O Lord God of hofts: bleffed is the man that putteth his truft in thee,
Pfalm 84. Quam dilecta!
Odwellings: thou Lord of cious unto thy land: thou
Palm 85. Benedixifti, Domine.
2 My foul hath a defire and haft turned away the captivity longing to enter into the courts of Jacob. of the Lord: my heart and my flesh rejoyce in the living God. 3 Yea, the sparrow hath found her an houfe, and the 3 Thou haft taken away all fwallow a neft, where the may thy difpleafure: and turned lay her young even thy al- thy felf from thy wrathful intars, O Lord of hofts, my King and my God.
7 They will go from ftrength to ftrength and unto the God of gods appeareth every one of them in Sion.
2 Thou haft forgiven the offence of thy people and covered all their fins.
4 Turn us then, O God our Saviour: and let thine anger ceafe from us.
4 Bleffed are they that dwell in thy houfe: they will be alway praifing thee.
5 Wilt thou be displeased at
5 Bleffed is the man whofe us for ever: and wilt thou ftrength is in thee: in whofe ftretch out thy wrath from one heart are thy ways. generation to another?
6 Who going through the vale of mifery, ufe it for a well and the pools are filled
6 Wilt thou not turn again and quicken us: that thy people may rejoyce in thee?
7 Shew us thy mercy, O Lord: and grant us thy falvation.
SI will hearken what the Lord God will fay concerning
9 All nations whom thou haft made, fhall come and wor hip thee, O Lord: and fhall glorifie thy Name.
10 For thou art great, and doft wondrous things: thou art God alone.
II Teach me thy way, O Lord, and I will walk in thy truth: O knit my heart unto thee, that I may fear thy Name.
12 I will thank thee, O Lord my God, with all heart my and will praife thy Name for
13 For great is thy mercy toward me: and thou haft delivered my foul from the nethermoft hell.
8 Among the gods there is none like unto thee, O Lord: there is not one that can do as thou doft.
14 O God, the proud are rifen against me: and the congregations of naughty men have and have
not fet thee before their eyes.
15 But thou, O Lord God," art full of compaffion and mercy: long-fuffering, plenteous in goodness and truth.
16 O turn thee then unto me, and have mercy upon me: give thy ftrength unto thy fervant, and help the fon of thine handmaid.
17 Shew fome token upon me for good, that they who hate me, may fee it, and be afhamed: because thou, Lord, haft holpen me, and comforted me.
Palm 87. Fundamenta ejus. Er foundations are upon the holy hills: the Lord loveth the gates of Sion more than all the dwellings of Jacob
2 Very excellent things are fpoken of thee: thou city of God.
3 I will think upon, Rahab and
The xvil. day. and Babylon
4 Behold ye the Philiftines alfo and they of Tyre, with the Morians, lo, there was he born.
5 And of Sion it finall be reported that he was born in her: and the moft High shall stablish her.
The xvii. day.
with them that 9 My fight faileth for very trouble: Lord, I have called daily upon thee, I have ftretched forth my hands unto thee.
10 Doft thou fhew wonders dead rife up again, and praise among the dead or fhall the thee?
6 The Lord fhall rehearse it when he writeth up the people: that he was born there.
7 The fingers alfo and trumpeters fhall he rehearse all my fresh fprings fall be in
Pfalm 88. Domine Deus.
Lord God of my falvation, I have cried day and night before thee: O let my prayer enter into thy presence, incline thine ear unto my calling.
2 For my foul is full of trouble and my life draweth nigh unto hell.
3 I am counted as one of them that go down into the pit and I have been even as a man that hath no ftrength.
4 Free among the dead, like unto them that are wounded, and lie in the grave: who are out of remembrance, and are cut away from thy hand.
s Thou haft laid me in the lowest pit in a place of darknefs and in the deep.
6 Thine indignation lieth hard upon me : and thou haft vexed me with all thy ftorms.
7 Thou haft put away mine acquaintance far from me and made me to be abhorred of them.
8 I am fo faft in prison : that I cannot get forth.
II Shall thy loving kindness be fhewed in the grave: or thy faithfulnefs in destruction?
12 Shall thy wondrous works be known in the dark and thy righteoufnefs in the land where all things are forgotten?
13 Unto thee have I cried, O Lord and early fall my prayer come before thee.
my foul: and hideft thou thy
unto him that is at the point to
goeth over me: and the fear of 16 Thy wrathful displeasure thee hath undone me.
17 They came round about paffed me together on every me daily like water: and comfide.
thou put away from me : and
Pfalm 89. Mifericordias Domini.
the Lord with my mouth
2 For I have faid, Mercy fhall be fet up for ever: thy