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Echortation to praise God
for his mercies to Israel.
Ps. 74. 19.
a Num. 6. 25.
P: 4. 6. & 31. 16. & 80. 3, 7,
19. & 119.135. | Heb.with 128. b Acts 18. 25.
Num. 31. 9, 54. Josh
10. 16. & 12.& r Ps. 81. 6.
Ps, 105, 3,
Josh. 10. 10 & 121, &.
d Ps. 66. 4.
I Dent 125
11. 1 hinge 9, 3, Ps gì.
(Lev. 26. 4.
Ps. 85. 12 Ez. 31. 27.
& Ps. 22. 27.
turned away my prayer, nor his mer- 10 Thy congregation hath dwelt
therein : Pthou, O God, hast prepared P Deut. 2.5, 9.
of thy goodness for the poor. PSALM LXVII.
11 The Lord gave the word: great A prayer for the enlargement of God's kingdom, 3 and
was the + company of those that pub- + Heb. arwy. for the joy of his people.
lished it. | To the chief Musician on Neginoth, A Psalm or 12 4 Kings of armies + did flee apace: 1 + Heb. did Song. and she that tarried at home divided
Nee, did fee. OD be merciful unto us, and bless the spoil.
13 "Though ye have lain among the # upon us ; Selah :
pots, 'yet shall ye be as the wings of 2 That thy way may be known à dove covered with silver, and her e Luke 2. 30. upon earth, "thy saving health among feathers with yellow gold.
t Num. 21.3 31. Tit. 2. 11. all nations.
14 'When the Almighty scattered 3 Let the people praise thee, O kings in it, it was white as snow in 10r, for her, God; let all the people praise thee. Salmon.
4 Oh let the nations be glad and sing 15 The hill of God is as the hill of • P8: 96.10,13. for joy: for • thou shalt judge the Bashan; a high hill as the hill of + Heb. lead, people righteously, and + govern the Bashan. nations upon earth. Selah.
16 "Why leap ye, ye high hills? u P5, 114, 6. 5 Let the people praise thee, O God; this is the hill which God desireth to let all the people praise thee. dwell in; yea, the LORD will dwell 6 'Then shall the earth yield her in- in it for ever.
1, 2. & 132. 13, crease; and God, even our own God, 17 y The chariots of God are twenty shall bless us.
thousand, lleven thousands of angels : 1 Or, eren 7 God shall bless us; and all the the Lord is among them, as in Sinai, ends of the earth shall fear him. in the holy place.
18 z Thou hast ascended on high, PSALM LXVIII.
a thou hast led captivity captive : A prayer for the overthrow of God's enemies, and the b thou hast received gifts + for men ; | + Heb. is the joy of the righteous. 4 An erhortation to praise him for his mercies, 7 for his care of Israel, 19 and for yea, for the rebellious also, that the his great benefits.
Lord God might dwell among them. | To the chief Musician, A Pealm or Song of David. 19 Blessed be the Lord, who daily a Num. 10. 35.
u be scattered : let them also that of our salvation. Selah. † Heb. from hate him fee + before him.
20 He that is our God is the God of Epli. 4. 8. his face. 2 "As smoke is driven away, so drive salvation ; and eunto God the Lord Judg. 5, 12
D Acts 2 4,3 them away: Cas wax melteth before belong the issues from death. the fire, so let the wicked perish at 21 But 'God shall wound the head a Ps 78 60. the presence of God.
of his enemies, band the hairy scalp 3 But d let the righteous be glad ; of such a one as goeth on still in his
let them rejoice before God: yea, let trespasses. + Heb. rejoice them texceedingly rejoice.
22 The Lord said, I will bring "again Hab. s. 13. 4 • Sing unto God, sing praises to from Bashan, I will brin my people ? Ps 5. 2.
his name : fextol him that rideth again from the depths of the sea : Deut. 33. 26. upon the heavens ( by his name JAH, 23 That thy foot may be il dip- Or, red
i Ex 14.22 and rejoice before him.
ped in the blood of thine enemies, 5 h A father of the fatherless, and a and the tongue of thy dogs in the
11 Kings 21 judge of the widows, is God in his same. holy habitation.
24 They have seen thy goings, O + Heb. in a 6 God setteth the solitary tin fam- God; even the goings of my God, my
ilies : & he bringeth out those which King, in the sanctuary.
are bound with chains : but 'the re- 25 m The singers went before, the - 1 Chr. 13. & Acts 12.6, bellious dwell in a dry land.
players on instruments followed after; 7 0 God, m when thou wentest forth among them were the damsels playing before thy people, when thou didst with timbrels.
march through the wilderness; Se- 26 Bless ye God in the congregaHab. 3. 13. lah :
tions, even the Lord, 1 from the fount Or, ve that 8 The earth shook, the heavens ain of Israel.
joustaja 18. Judy. 5.
27 There is little Benjamin with also dropped at the presence of God: 4. Is. 64.1, .
even Sinai itself was moved at the their ruler, the princes of Judah land i Or, with 12. Ez.34. 26: presence of God, the God of Israel. their council, the princes of Zebulun, 9 Thou, O God, didst + send a and the princes of Naphtali.
a Deul 5 plentiful rain, whereby thou didst 28 Thy God hath P commanded thy + Heb. con- * confirm thine inheritance, when it strength : strengthen, O God, that was weary.
which thou hast wrought for us.
y Deut. S2
LET SGode rarise; elethbris enemies badet says avith benefits, even the God
Ig. 33. 3.
b Is. 9. 18.
Hos. 13. 3. c Ps. 97. 5. Mic. 1. 4.
d Ps, 32, 11. & 58. 10. & 64 10.
e Deut. 29.
Complaint in affliction.
Prayer for deliverance.
1 Kings 9. 7. Jer. 24. 9.
1 Or, the bounts of the
1 Job 30. 9.
ers of strong
m 18. 49. 8. &
91 Kinga 10.
P& 2 12 :: San 8.2,6.
Ps. 144. 7.
Pa 72. 9. Is.
I Pa 44. 20.
Ps. 18. 10. & 104. 3. ver. 4
P. 29. 3, &c. P& 29. 1.
. Ps. 27. 9. &
haste to hear me.
22 He devoleth his ene.
ls. 53. 3. Heb. 12. 2
29 Because of thy temple at Jerusa- 11 I made sackcloth also my gar-
them. 30 Rebuke ll the company of spear- 12 They that sit in the gate speak seede ser. 51. men, 'the multitude of the bulls, with against me; and 'I was the song of Ps. 35. 15, 16. the calves of the people, till every one the + drunkards.
+ Heb. drink 'submit himself with pieces of silver: 13 But as for me, my prayer is unto drink. Or, he seat
scatter thou the people that delight thee, O LORD, "" in an acceptable time:
55. 6. 2 Cor. 31 'Princes shall come out of Egypt; hear me, in the truth of thy salva
• Ethiopia shall soon *stretch out her tion. | 78. 11. 18. 60. hands unto God.
14 Deliver me out of the mire, and 32 Sing unto God, ye kingdoms of let me not sink : - let me be delivered
the earth; oh sing praises unto the from them that hate me, and out of ils 19. 19, 21. Lord; Selah : o the deep waters.
o ver. 1, 2, 15. A 14 Zeph. 33 To him y that rideth upon the 15 Let not the waterflood overflow 114 Acts & heavens of heavens, which were of old; me, neither let the deep swallow me • Hab. gire.
lo," he doth + send out his voice, and up, and let not the pit Pshut her p Num. 16. 33. that a mighty voice.
mouth upon me. 34 · Ascribe ye strength unto God : 16 Hear me, O Lord;" for thy lov- q Ps. 6. 3.
his excellency is over Israel, and his ingkindness is good : "turn unto me Ps. 25. 16. & 1 Or, hazrens. strength is in the clouds.
according to the multitude of thy 35 O God, thou art terrible out of tender mercies. Pa 3. 4. & thy holy places : the God of Israel is
17 And hide not thy face from thy he that giveth strength and power servant; for I am in trouble : t hear + Heb. make unto his people. Blessed be God. me speedily. PSALM LXIX.
18 Draw nigh unto my soul, and re
deem it: deliver me because of mine
thanksgiring. * Ps. 45, title. To the chief Musician upon Shoshannim, A
and my shame, and my dishonour: Psalm of David.
mine adversaries are all before thee. VAVE me, O God; for a the waters 20 Reproach hath broken my heart;
and I am full of heaviness : and "I 2 I sink in #deep mire, where there looked for some t to take pity, but + Heb. to la
is no standing : I am come into + deep there was none; and for 'comforters, • les depth
waters, where the floods overflow me. but I found none.
3 I am weary of my crying: my 21 They gave me also gall for my
me vinegar to drink.
* Rom. 11. 9,
10. 2 Cor. 3. mighty: then I restored that which 23 • Let their eyes be darkened, that I took not away.
they see not; and make their loins Di Thess. 2. 5 O God, thou knowest my foolish- continually to shake. Hled guilti- ness; and my tsins are not hid from 24 • Pour out thine indignation upon thee. them, and let thy wrathful anger take
28. 9. Zech. 6 Let not them that wait on thee, hold of them. O Lord God of hosts, be ashamed for 25 Let + their habitation be deso- + Heb. their
palace. my sake : let not those that seek thee late ; and tlet none dwell in their be confounded for my sake, O God tents. of Israel.
26 For d they persecute ehim whom 7 Because for thy sake I have borne thou hast smitten; and they talk to Rom. 1. 28.
+ Heb. thy reproach; shame hath covered my face. the grief of t those whom thou hast
wounded. B'I am become a stranger unto my wounded. vel. 11. brethren, and an alien unto my moth- 27 'Add iniquity unto their ini- Or, punish
ment of er's children. quity : 5 and let them not come into
iniquity. John 2 17.
9 For the zeal of thine house hath thy righteousness. See P& 23. eaten me up; "and the reproaches of 28 Let them babe blotted out of the
b Ex. 32. 32. 3. Rom them that reproached thee are fallen book of the living, and not be written upon me.
with the righteous. PL. 38. 13, 14
10 When I wept, and chastened my 29 But I am poor and sorrowful :
Heb. 12. 23. proach.
God's help implored.
His goodness declared.
k Ps. 28. 7.
m Pe. 34. 2.
n Ps. 22. 26.
Zech. 3.8. 1 Cor. 4.9.
148. 1. Is. 44. 23. & 49. 13. q Is. 55. 12.
eth. r Ps. 51. 18. Is. 44. 26.
or, obscre. m 2 Sam 17.1. Matt. 27. 1.
• Ps. 102. 28.
& 35.22. & 21, 22
P ver. 24. Pe 35. 4. 23. & 40. 14. & 70.2
a Ps. 40. 13,
& 71. 13.
Ps. 35. 2
r Ps. 40. 5. & 133. 17, 18.
30 "I will praise the name of God God: thou art my trust from my
6 - By thee have I been holden up P8. 22.9, 10. 1 Ps. 50. 13, 14, 31 This also shall please the LORD from the womb : thou art he that
better than an ox or bullock that took me out of my mother's bowels :
my praise shall be continually of thee. 11 Or, meek. 32 m The l humble shall see this, and 7 I am as a wonder unto many ; | i Is. &. 18.
be glad : and "your heart shall live but thou art my strong refuge.
. o Eph. 3. 1.
33 For the Lord heareth the poor, praise and with thy honour all the P Ps. 96. 11.& and despiseth not his prisoners. day.
34 P Let the heaven and earth praise 9° Cast me not off in the time of 1 rer. 18.
him, the seas, and every thing that old age; forsake me not when my + Heb. creep# moveth therein.
11 Saying, God hath forsaken him:
12 "O God, be not far from me: 0 Ps. 22. 11, 19
my God, omake haste for my help. PSALM LXX.
13 P Let them be confounded and Ps. 70. 1. The psalmist prayeth for speedy deliverance from his consumed that are adversaries to my • Ps. 38, title. 1 To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David, to soul ; let them be covered with rebring to remembrance.
proach and dishonour that seek my MA
CAKE haste, * O God, to deliver hurt. + Heb. to my
me; make haste + to help me, 14 But I will hope continually, and help. O LORD.
will yet praise thee more and more. Ps. 35. 4, 26.
2 Let them be ashamed and con- 15 9 My mouth shall shew forth thy rer.2, 24
confusion, that desire my hurt. bers thereof.
reward of their shame that say, Aha, Lord God: I will make mention of
thy righteousness, even of thine only.
old age and 5 But I am poor and needy ; ° make grayheaded, O God, forsake me not; haste unto me, O God: thou art my until I have shewed tthy strength + Heb, thine help and my deliverer; O Lord, make unto this generation, and thy power no tarrying
to every one that is to come.
19 Thy righteousness also, O God, t Ps 37. 10. PSALM LXXI.
is very high, who hast done great The pealmist entreateth to be rescued from his enemies. things: "O God, who is like unto Ps. SS. 10.5 6 He acknowledgeth God's goodness to him from his youth, 9 and prayeth that he may not be cast off in
thee! his old age. 14 His confidence in God's help, 22 and 20 * Thou, which hast shewed me 1 Ps. 60. purpose to praise him.
great and sore troubles, shalt quick- Hos 6. 1, 2 a Ps. 25. 2, 3. (N a thee, O Lord, do I put my en me again, and shalt bring me up
trust: let me never be put to again from the depths of the earth. confusion.
21 Thou shalt increase my greatness, 2 Deliver me in thy righteousness, and comfort me on every side.
and cause me to escape : incline 22 I will also praise thee +2 with the Heb eith d Ps. 31. 2, 3.
thine ear unto me, and save me. psaltery, even thy truth, O my God: + Heb. Be 3 d + Be thou my strong habitation, unto thee will I sing with the harp,
z Pa 92 1.1 arock of hab whereunto I may continually resort: O thou • Holy One of Israel.
3. & 15.5 thou hast givene commandment to 23 My lips shall greatly rejoice when . 2 Kings 1 save me; for thou art my rock and I sing unto thee; and my soul, which
thou hast redeemed. ! Ps. 140.1, 4. 4 'Deliver me, O my God, out of 24 ° My tongue also shall talk of thy e ver. 8, 1!
the hand of the wicked, out of the righteousness all the day long: för
brought unto shame, that seek my & Jer. 17.7, 17. 5 For thou art & my hope, O Lord | hurt.
1 glorious reign foretold.
The prosperity of the wicked.
Zech. 14. 9.
• Pe. 85. 10. Is 12 17. de
1 He shall judge the poor of the "TRULY God is good to Israel, i biri i ti
Ps. 37. 1.
il 24 Dan, 2. H. Lake l. 33.
4.21.24. Ps. 28. 30. IL
c So Pe. 109. 18.
Zech. 3. 10 PS 74. 14.
19 And blessed be his glorious name PSALM LXXII.
u Neh. 9. 5. for ever: and let the whole earth Num. 14. 21. The pulmist, praying for the king, foreteleth his prou be filled with his glory. Amen, and 1 Or, of * Ps. 177, title. 1 A Pealm || * for Solomon.
the wicked, 16 findeth relief, in the sanctuary, in judgment.
view of the end of the toicked, and the salvation of 3 The mountains shall bring peace
11 Or, A Psalm to the people, and the little hills, by
| || A Pealm of* Asaph,
* Ps. 50, title. righteousness.
, Yet. people, he shall save the children of heart.
of heart. the needy, and shall break in pieces 2 But as for me, my feet were althe oppressor,
most gone; my steps had well nigh ver. 7, 17. 5 They shall fear thee das long as slipped. Pa. 29. 36, 37. the sun and moon endure, throughout 3 : For I was envious at the foolish, a Job 21. 7. all generations.
when I saw the prosperity of the 6 He shall come down like rain wicked. upon the mown grass : as showers 4 For there are no bands in their b Job 21. 9. that water the earth.
death : but their strength is + firm. + Heb. fat. 7 In his days shall the righteous 5 b They are not tin trouble as other + Heb, in the
trouble of • Hebtill flourish ; 'and abundance of peace + so men; neither are they plagued + like long as the moon endureth. other men.
† Heb. with. 85He shall have dominion also from 6 Therefore pride compasseth them 1 Kings
sea to sea, and from the river unto about as a chain ; violence covereth
them as a garment.
8 They are corrupt, and speak the
thoughts of 1.Cor.9. 21. 10 * The kings of Tarshish and of the wickedly concerning oppression : they Po ti 12 & isles shall bring presents: the kings 5 speak loftily: 7. & 60. 6, 9. of Sheba and Seba shall offer gifts. 9 They set their mouth hagainst the Ils. 49. 22. 23. 11 'Yea, all kings shall fall down heavens, and their tongue walketh
e Ps. 53. 1. before him: all nations shall serve through the earth. him.
10 Therefore his people return hith- & 2 Pet. 2. 18. Job 22. 12.
12 For he mshall deliver the needy er: 'and waters of a full cup are wrung 1 Rev. 13. G.
11 And they say, “How doth God Job 22. 13.
12 Behold, these are the ungodly, 14 He shall redeem their soul from who 'prosper in the world ; they in- 1 ver.S. deceit and violence: and precious crease in riches. shall their blood be in his sight. 13 m Verily I have cleansed my heart m Job 21. 15. 15 And he shall live, and to him in vain, and "washed my hands in
3. Mal. 3. 14. + shall be given of the gold of Sheba: innocency. prayer also shall be made for him
14 For all the day long have I been continually; and daily shall he be plagued, and t chastened every morn
+ Heb.my • 1 Kinga 4. praised.
ing. 16 There shall be a handful of Ps, 29. 38.
15 If I say, I will speak thus; becorn in the earth upon the top of the hold, I should offend against the gen18. Jer mountains; the fruit thereof shall eration of thy children. flake 1. 48. shake like Lebanon : "and they of the 16 When I thought to know this, • Ecc. 8. 17. Chr. 2.10. city shall flourish like grass of the tit was too painful for me ;
t Heb. it was earth.
17 Until pl went into the sanctu17 P His name + shall endure for ever: ary of God; then understood I 4 their pPg. 77. 13. + his name shall be continued as long end.
9 Ps. 37. 38. * Het hall
as the sun : anda men shall be blessed 18 Surely "thou didst set them in - Ps. 35. 6.
down into destruction.
utterly consumed with terrors.
the heart. d Job 15. 27. Pg. 17. 10. & 119. 70. Jer. 5. 28.
( Hos. 7. 16.
The desolation of Zion.
Divine help implored.
n Lam. 2 3.
s Job 20. 8.
Ps. 90.5. Is. 23. 7, 8. t Ps. 78. 65. u ver. 3. » Ps. 92. 6.
Prov, 30. 2 + Heb. I knew
not. # Heb. with thee.
o Ps. 44. 4.
Ez. & 32. 2
y Ps. 32. 8. J., 58. 8.
z Phil. 3. 8.
r Nam. 14. 9. • Ps. 72. 9.
Ps. 105. 41. Is. 48. 21. a Josh. S. 13,
a Ps, 84. 2. &
119. 81. + Heb, rock. b Ps. 16. 5. &
119.57. c Ps. 119. 155.
d Ex. 34. 15.
y Acts 17. 36 2 Gen. & 22 + Heb, made them,
f Pe. 107. 22. & 118. 17.
a ver. 22 Rer, 16. 19
e Cant. 2 14
11 Or, A Psalm
20 As a dream when one awaketh ; 10 O God, how long shall the ad-
blaspheme thy name for ever?
hand, even thy right hand ? pluck it
12 For God is my King of old, p Ex. 14. 21.
13 p Thou didst + divide the sea by + Heb. break 24 y Thou shalt guide me with thy thy strength : 9 thou brakest the heads counsel, and afterward receive me to of the Il dragons in the waters. glory.
14 Thou brakest the heads of le-
# Heb. rivers
17 Thou hast set all the borders of
hath reproached, O Lord, and that
b the foolish people have blasphemed Ps. 59. E. PSALM LXXIV.
19 Oh deliver not the soul of thy
wicked : forget not the congregation & Pa. 68.10 | || Maschil of Asaph.
of thy poor for ever. for Asaph to
O GO P: why hast thou - cast us 20 ° Have respect unto the covenant:
off for ever? why doth thine for the dark places of the earth are a Ps. 9 & 60. 1, 10. anger bsmoke against the sheep of full of the habitations of cruelty. 77.7. Jer. 31. thy pasture ?
21 Oh let not the oppressed return 2 Remember thy congregation, dwhich ashamed : let the poor and needy
thou hast purchased of old; the lo rod praise thy name. Ps. 95. 7. & of thine inheritance, which thou hast 22 Arise, O God, plead thine own
redeemed ; this mount Zion, wherein cause : remember how the foolish 1 ver. 18. Ps. thou hast dwelt.
man reproacheth thee daily. 3 Lift up thy feet unto the per- 23 Forget not the voice of thine petual desolations; even all that the enemies : the tumult of those that enemy hath done wickedly in the rise up against thee t increaseth con- + Heb.cerend sanctuary. tinually.
età, Jound 1 4 Thine enemies roar in the midst & Dan. 6. 27. of thy congregations; 5 they set up their ensigns for signs.
The psalmist praiseth God. 4 The proud rebuked. 9 5 A man was famous according as
A promise to praise God, and to esecute justice. he had lifted up axes upon the thick T To the chief Musician, 11. Al-taschith, A Psalm or 1 Or, Destroy trees.
Song l of Asaph. hi Kings 6.18, 6 But now they break down h the (NTO thee, O God, do we give
• Pe. 57, tide.
1 Or, for carved work thereof at once with thanks, unto thee do we give Asap i 2 Kings 25.9. axes and hammers.
thanks : for that thy name is near thy + Heb. They 7 it They have cast fire into thy wondrous works declare. sanctuary in. sanctuary, they have defiled by cast- 2 When I shall receive the con- 1 Or, When I
ing down the dwellingplace of thy gregation I will judge uprightly. * Ps. 89. 39. name to the ground.
3 The earth and all the inhabitants I Ps. 83. 4. 8 'They said in their hearts, Let us thereof are dissolved: I bear up the + Heb. break + destroy them together: they have pillars of it. Selah.
burned up all the synagogues of God 4 I said unto the fools, Deal not
foolishly: and to the wicked, “Lift a Zech. 1. 21.
m 1 Sam. 3. 1. Am, 8. 11.