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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.

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(Lev. 26. 4.

Ps. 85. 12 Ez. 31. 27.

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turned away my prayer, nor his mer- 10 Thy congregation hath dwelt
cy from me.

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
2 Kings 6. 16,
17. Dari. 7.
10 Hel. 12
22 Rev. 9.
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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.

Proy, 4.
Rev. l. 18.
21. 1.
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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. &

6. 2.

91 Kinga 10.
0, 24, 25. 2
Car. S2 23.
P72. 10. &

l. 17.

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

86. 16.

P. 29. 3, &c. P& 29. 1.

. Ps. 27. 9. &

102, 2.

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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-
lem shall kings bring presents unto ment; kand I became a proverb to

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:
in war.
O God, in the multitude of thy mercy

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
The psalmist complainch of his affliction. 13 He
prayeth for deliverance.

mies to destruction. 30 And praiseth God with 19 Thou hast known 'my reproach, Ps. 22.6, 7.

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
throat is dried : Amine eyes fail while meat; y and in my thirst they gave
I wait for my God.

me vinegar to drink.
4 They that hate me without a 22 2 Let their table become a snare

* Rom. 11. 9,
cause are more than the hairs of mine before themi: and that which should
head: they that would destroy me, have been for their welfare, let it be-
being mine enemies wrongfully, are come a trap.

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 :
soul with fasting, that was to my re- let thy salvation, o God, set me up

Heb. 12. 23. proach.

on high.

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God's help implored.


His goodness declared.

k Ps. 28. 7.

Is. 46.3.


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,
&c. & 71. 12.

& 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
with a song, and will magnify him youth.
with thanksgiving.

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 :
hath horns and hoofs.

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.
that seek God.
8 Let * my mouth be filled with thy k Ps. 35. 28

. 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.

strength faileth.
35 "For God will save Zion, and 10 For mine enemies speak against
will build the cities of Judah, that me; and they that + lay wait for my + Heb. watch,
they may dwell there, and have it in soul m take counsel together,

11 Saying, God hath forsaken him:
36 • The seed also of his servants persecute and take him; for there is
shall inherit it: and they that love none to deliver him.
his name shall dwell therein.

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
founded that seek after my soul: let righteousness and thy salvation all
them be turned backward, and put to the day; for 'I know not the num-

confusion, that desire my hurt. bers thereof.
c Ps. 40. 15. 3 Let them be turned back for a 16 I will go in the strength of the

reward of their shame that say, Aha, Lord God: I will make mention of

thy righteousness, even of thine only.
4 Let all those that seek thee rejoice 17 O God, thou hast taught me from
and be glad in thee: and let such as my youth: and hitherto have I de-
love thy salvation say continually, clared thy wondrous works.
Let God be magnified.
18 Now also t when I am old and + Heb. ants

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
hand of the unrighteous and cruel a they are confounded, for they are & ver. 13.

brought unto shame, that seek my & Jer. 17.7, 17. 5 For thou art & my hope, O Lord | hurt.

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1 glorious reign foretold.


The prosperity of the wicked.

Zech. 14. 9.

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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.

VIVE the king thy judgments, 20 The prayers of David the son of
U o God, and thy righteousness Jesse are ended.
unto the king's son.

ale !1.2, 3. 2 “He shall judge thy people with
righteousness, and thy poor with the psulmist, strongly tempted by the prosperity of

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

the righteous.

11 Or, A Psalm to the people, and the little hills, by

| || A Pealm of* Asaph,

for 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
the ends of the earth.

them as a garment.
9 They that dwell in the wilder- 7d Their eyes stand out with fatness :
ness shall bow before him; and his they have more than heart could wish. + Heb. they
enemies shall lick the dust.

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.
when he crieth; the poor also, and out to them.
him that hath no helper.

11 And they say, “How doth God Job 22. 13.
13 He shall spare the poor and know ? and is there knowledge in the
needy, and shall save the souls of Most High?
the needy:

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

+ • 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.
in him : 'all nations shall call him slippery places : thou castedst them

down into destruction.
18 Blessed be the LORD God, the 19 How are they brought into deso-
P.7. 14. & God of Israel, 'who only doeth won-lation, as in a moment! they are
drous things.

utterly consumed with terrors.

the heart. d Job 15. 27. Pg. 17. 10. & 119. 70. Jer. 5. 28.

( Hos. 7. 16.

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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.

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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.
Num. 15. 39.
James 4. 4.
e Heb. 10. 22

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-
so, O Lord, ' when thou awakest, thou versary reproach? shall the enemy
shalt despise their image.

blaspheme thy name for ever?
21 Thus my heart was "grieved, and 11 - Why withdrawest thou thy
I was pricked in my reins.

hand, even thy right hand ? pluck it
22 * So foolish was I, and + ignorant: out of thy bosom.
I was as a beast + before thee.

12 For God is my King of old, p Ex. 14. 21.
23 Nevertheless I am continually working salvation in the midst of 15:51. 9, 10
with thee: thou hast holden me by the earth.
my right hand.

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-
25°2 Whom have I in heaven but viathan in pieces, and gavest him to
thee? and there is none upon earth be meat' to the people inhabiting the Funai.
that I desire besides thee.

26 - My flesh and my heart faileth : 15 + Thou didst cleave the fountain
but God is the strength of my heart, and the flood : "thou driedst up
and my portion for ever.
# mighty rivers.

# Heb. rivers
27 For
they that are far from 16 The day is thine, the night also

of strength
thee shall perish: thou hast destroy is thine : thou hast prepared the Gen. 1. 14,
cd all them that go a whoring from light and the sun.

17 Thou hast set all the borders of
28 But it is good for me to draw the earth : ? thou hast + made summer
near to God: I have put my trust in and winter.
the Lord God, that I may 'declare all 18 a Remember this, that the enemy
thy works.

hath reproached, O Lord, and that

b the foolish people have blasphemed Ps. 59. E. PSALM LXXIV.

thy name.

19 Oh deliver not the soul of thy
The psalmist complaineth of the desolations of Zion;
10 and pleadeth with God to interpose, as of old, in turtledove unto the multitude of the
behalf of his suffering people,

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
in the land.

foolishly: and to the wicked, “Lift a Zech. 1. 21.
9 We see not our signs : m there is not up the horn :
no more any prophet: neither is there 5 Lift not up your horn on high :
among us any that knoweth how long. speak not with a stiff neck.

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m 1 Sam. 3. 1. Am, 8. 11.

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