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Petitions,

PSALMS.

Excellency of God's money, is like unto thee, which deliverest a the a Pr.22.22,23.b deep. O LORD, thou preservest niap poor from him that is too strong for b Ro.11.33. land beast. bim, yea, the poor and the needy from 1 precious. ! 7 How I excellent is thv loving-kindness. him that spoileth him!

“I Pe.2.7. 10 God! therefore the children of men put 11 False 2 witnesses c did rise up : they 2 witnesses their trust under the shadow of thy wiligs. laid 3 to rny charge things that I knew not. of wrong. | 8 They d shall be abundantly satisfied

12 They rewarded me evil e for good, Ic Ps. 27.12. with the fatness of thy house; and thou to the 5 spoiling of my soul.

1 Mat.26.59-61 shalt inake them driuk of the river f of 13 But as for ine, when they were sick, 3 asked me. thy pleasures. my clothing was sackcloth: 16 humbleild Ps.65.4. 9 for g with thee is the fountain of life : my soul with fasting; and my prayer re. 4 watered. linh thy light shall we see light. turned into mine own bosom.

Te Jno.10.32. 100 continue thy loving-kindness unto 14 I 8 behaved myself 9 as though he had depriving them that know thee; and thy righteous. been my friend or brother: I bowed down f Re 21.1,17. ness to the upright in heart. heavily, as one that mourneth for his s Je.2.13. | 11 Letnot thefootof pridecomeagainstme, mother.

TJno.4 10,14. &let no the handof thewicked removeme. 15 But in mine 1 adversity they rejoiced, 6 or, afflcted. 12 There are the workers of iniquity and gathered themselves together; yea,h 2C0.4.6. fallen : they are cast down, and shall not the abjects i gathered themselves together 7 draw out at be able to rise. against me, and I knew it uot; they did length.

PSALM XXXVII. tear me, and ceased not.

8 walked.

9 Psalm of David. 16 With hypocritical mockers in feasts, as a friend, RET ; not thyself because of evilthey ruashed l upon me with their teeth. as a brother doers, neither be thou enviousk against

17 LORD, how long wilt thou look ou?! to me. the workers of iniquity : rescue nay soul froin their destructions. 1 halling. 1 2 For thev shall soon be cut down like my darling 2 from the m lions,

iJob 30.1,S,&c the grass, and wither as the green herb. 18 I will give thee thanks in the great; 1Sa.1.6. | 3 Trust in the LORD, and do good : 20 congregation: I will praise thee 4 among Pr.24.19. shalt thou dwell in the land, and 3 verily much people.

k Ps. 3.3. thou shalt be fed. 19 Let not them that are mine enemies 1 La.2.16. 4 Delight n thyself also in the LORD ; and wrongfully 5 rejoice over me; neither let Ac.7.54. he shall give theetkedesires of thine heart. them wink with the eye that o hate me!? only one. 1 5 Commit 6 thy way unto the LORD; trust without a cause.

m Ps 22.20. also in him, and he shall bring it to pass: 20 For they speak not peace; but they 3 in truth, or, 6 And p he shall bring forth the righte devise q deceitful matters against them stableness. ousness as the light, and thy judgmeni as that are quiet in the land.

4 strong. the noon-day. 21 Yea, they opened their mouth widel n Is.58.14. 7Rest in the LORD,& wait patiently for against me, and said, Aha, s aha! our eyel falsely. him : fret not thyself because of him who hath seen it.

16 roll thy prospereth in his way, because of the man 2 This thou hast seen, O LORD; keep way upon, who bringeth wicked devices to pass. kot silence: t0 LORD, be not far from me! Ps.22.8. 8 Cease from anger, and forsake wrath

23 Stir u up thyself, and awake to my o Jno.15.25. fret dot thyself in any wise to do evil. judgment, even unto my cause, my God p Mi.7.8,9. 19 For evil-doers shall be cut off : but and my LORD.

T Mat.12.24. those that wait upon the LORD, they shall 24 Judge v me, O LORD my God, ac 7 be silent to. inherit the earth. cording to thy righteousness; wand letir Pr.20.22. | 10 For yet a little while, and the wicked them not rejoice over me.

| La.3.25,26. shall not be ; yea, thou shalt diligently 25 Let them not say in their hearts, Ps.40.15. consider his place, and it shall norte. Aha. 8 so would we have it: let them not t Ps.50.21. 11 But x the neek shall inherit the say, We have swallowed him up.

Is. 65. 6. earth, and shall delight themselves in the 26 Let then be ashamed&brought to con- u Ps. 80.2. abundance of peace. fusion together, that rejoice at iny hurt : lv 1Pe.2.23. 12 The wicked Splotteth against the just. let them be clothed y with shame & disho- w 2 Th.1.6. and gnasheth upon him with his teeth. nour that magnify themselves against me. r Mat.5.5. 13 The LORD shall laugh at him ; for he

27 Let them shout for joy, and be glad, 8 Ah, ah, seeth that his day is coming. that favour my 1 righteous cause; yea. Our soul! | 14 The wicked have drawn out the let them z say continually, Let the LORD! or, prac sword, and have ben! their bow, to cast be magnified, which hath pleasure in the tiseth. down the poor and needy, and to ? slay prosperity of his servant.

y Ps. 132.18. such as be of upright conversation. 28 And a my tougue shall speak of thy 1 righteous. | 15 Their sword shall enter into theirown righteousness, and of thy praise, all the ness. heart, and their bows shall be broken, day long.

z Ps.79.4. 16 A blittle that a righteous man hath is PSALM XXXVI.

2 the upright better that the riches of many wicked. To the chief Musician. A Psalm of of way. 17For the armscof the wicked shallbetro

David the servant of the LORD. a Ps 34.1. ken: but the LORD upholdeth therighteous. WE transgression of the wicked saith Pr.15.16. 18 The LORD knoweth the days of the up

within my heart, that there is no cEz.30.21,&c right:&heir inheritance dshallbe forever. fear of God before his eyes.

d I Pe. 1.3.4. 19 They shall not be ashamed in the 2 For heflattereth himself inhisown eyes,

eviltime; and in the days of famine they until his iniquity be fouud to be hateful. 36 find his shall be satisfied,

3 The words of nis mouth are iniquity iniquity 20 But the wicked shall perish, and the and deceit: he hath left off to be wise, to hate. enemies of the LORD shall be as the fat and to e do good.

4 precious of lambs: they shall consume; ioto 4 He deviseth 5 mischief upon his f bed; ness. smoke shall they consuine away. he setteth himself in a way that is not e Je.4.22. | 21 The wicked borroweth, aud pa veth good; he abhorreth g not evil.

S vanity. not again : but the righteous sheweth 6 Thy mercy,O LORD is in the heavens,&l.f Pr.4.16. mercy, and giveth. tby faithfulness reacheth unto the clouds. g Ps.97.10. | 22 For such as be blessed of him shalt

6 Thy righteousness is like the great 6 mountains inherit the earth; and they that be cursed mountains; thy judgments are a great of God. lof him shall be cut off.

Ichortations and Promises.

PSALMS.

Devout Reflections. 23 The steps a of a good man are 1 ora Pr. 16.9. | 13 But b l, as a deaf man, heard not, dered by the LORD, and he delighteth in 1 or, esta and I was as a dumb man that openeth his way.

blished. pot his mouth. 24 Though che fall, he shall not be ut 02Sa. 16.10,&cl 14 Thus I was as a man that heareth terly cast dowo: for the LORD upholdet. Is.42.19,20. not, and in whose mouth are no reproofs. him with his hand,

c Mi.7.8.' | 15 For 2 in thee, O LORD, do I hope: 23 I have been young, and now am old; 2 thee do I thou wilt 3 hear, O LORD my God. vet d have I not seen the righteous for wait for. | 16 For I said, Hear ine; lest otherwise Baken, nor his seed begging bread.

d Is.33.16. they should rejoice over me: when my 26 He is 4 ever merciful, and lendeth ; He. 12.5,6. foot slippeth, they magnify themselves and his seed is blessed.

3 or, answer. against me. 27 Depart from evil, and do good; and all the day. | 17 For I am ready 5 to halt, and my dwell for evermore.

5 for halt ing. sorrow is continually before me. 28 For e the Lord loveth judgment,and e Is.30.18. 18 For I will declare mine iniquity; I forsaketh not his saints, they are pre. h Is.14.20. will be sorry for my sin. served g for ever : but h the seed of the f 2C0.7.9,10. | 19 But mine enemies 6 are lively, and wicked shall be cut off.

they are strong; and they that hate me 23 The righteous shall inherit the land, 6 being living wrongfully are multiplied. and dwell iherein for ever.

Tare strong. | 20 They also that reuder evil for good 30 The i mouth of the righteous speaketh i Mat.12.35. are mine adversaries; because I follow rrisdon,& his tongue talked of judgment.

the thing that good is. 31 The law of his God is in his k heart: k De.6.6. | 21 Forsake me not, O LORD: O my God, none of his 7 steps shall slide.

s.51.7.

The not far from me 32 The wicked watcheth the righteous, or, goings. 22 Make haste 8 to help me, 0 LORD and seeketh to slay him.

18 for wy help. my salvation. 83 The LORD I wili not leave him in his 2 2Pe.2.9.

PSALM XXXIX. hand.norcondemnmhim whenheis judged. m Ro.8.1,34. To the chief Musician, even to n Jeduthun. 31 Waito on the LORD, & keep his way, n ICh.16.41.

A Psalm of David. & he shall exalt thee to inherit the land : over.7. T SAID, I will take heed to my ways, when thewicked arecutoff.thou shaltseeit. p Job.5.3. that I sin not with my tongue : 91 35 Iphave seen thewicked ingreat power, is.14.14.19. will keep 1 my mouth with a bridle. &spreading himself like a greenbaytree: 9 Pr.21.23. while r the wicked is before me.

36 Yet he passed away, and, lo, he was Ja.3.2, &c. | 2 I was dumb with silence: I held my not : yea, I gought him, but he could not 9 or, tree that peace, even from good; and my sorrow be found.

groweth in was” stirred. 37 Mark the perfect man, & behold the his own soil. 3 My heart was hot within me; while upright: for the end s of that manis peace. 1 a bridle, or, I was musing the fire burned: then spake

38 But t the transgressors shall be de- muzzle for I with my tongue. stroyed together : the end of the wicked my mnouch. 4 LORD, make me to know mine end, shall be cut off.

Jr Col.4.5. and the measure of my days, what it is; 39 But the salvation of the righteous is troubled. that I may know 3 how frail I am. of the LORD; he is their strength in the 8 Pr.14.32. 5 Behold, thou hast made my days as an time of trouble.

It Mat.13.30. hand-breadth, and u mine age is as noth40 And the LORD shall help them, and 3 or, what ling before thee: verily every man at his deliver them; he v shall deliver them time I have best state is altogether vanity. Selah. crom the wicked, and save them, because here.

| 6 Surely every man walketh in 5 a vain they trust in him.

u Ps.90.4,&c. shew; surely they are disquieted in vain: PSALM XXXVIII. Iv Da.3.17,28. he x heapeth up riches, and knoweth nct A Psalm of David, to bring to to remembrance. 4 settled. who shall gather them.

LORD, rebuke me not in thy wrath; an image. 7 And now, LORD, what wait I for? U peither chasten me in thy hot dis w Ps.70.title. my hope is in thee. pleasure,

2 Ec.2.18,&c. 8 Deliver me from all my transgressions; *2 For thine arrows y stick fast in me, Lu.12.20,21. make me not the reproach of the foolish. and thy hand presseth me sore.

y Job 6.4. 9 I was dumb, & opened not my mouth; 3 There is no soundness in my flesh, be-16 peace, or, because thou didst it. cause of thine anger; neither is there anyl health. 10 Remove thy stroke away from me: I 6 rest in my bones, z because of my sin. z Ps.51.8. am consumed by the 1 blow of thine hand.

4 For mine iniquities are gone over 7 conflict. 11 When thou with rebukes dost correct mine a head; as an heavy burden they a Ezr.9.6. man for iniquity, thou makest 8 his beau. are too heavy for me.

18 that which ty to consume a way like a moth : surely 5 My wounds b stink, and are corrupt, is to be de- every man is vanity. Seiah. because of my foolishness.

sired in him 12 Hear my prayer, ( LORD, and give 6 1 am 9 troubled ; I am bowed down to meltaway ear unto my cry; hold not thy peace at greatly; I go mourning all the day long. Ib Is.1.5,6. my tears : for I am a stranger with thee.

7 For myloins are filled with a loathsome 9 wearied. and a sojourner, as all my fathers were. disease; &there is no soundness in myflesh.

| 13 Ospareme, that I mayrecover strength 8 I am feeble& sore broken: I haveroaredlc Ps. 32.3. before I go hepce, and be no more. cby reason of the disquietness of myheart. Id Jpo.1.48.

PSALM XL. 9'LORD. all my desire is before d thee ; 1 In waiting To the chief Musician. A Psalm of David. and my groaning is not hid from thee. I waited. T 1 WAITED patiently for the LORD;

10 My heart panteth, my strength faille La.5.16,17. |1&he inclined unto me, & heard my cry. eth me: as for the light e of mine eyes, it2 not with. 2 He brought me up also out of an hor also is gone 2 from me.

3 a pit of rible pit, out of 3 the miry clay, and se! 11 My lovers and my friends stand noise."

my feet upon a rock, and established my aloof f from my 4 sore; and my 5 kins- f Mat.26.56. goings. men stand gafar off.

Lu.10.31,32. 3 And he bath put a new song in my 12 They also that seek after my life lay 4 stroke, mouth, even praise unto our God: mury enares for me, and they that seek my 5 or, my shall see it, and fear, and shall trust 12 hurt speak mischievous things, and imag- neighbours. the LORD. Ine dereits all the day long.

18 LU.23.19. 4 Blessed is that man that maketh the

officacy of Christ's sacrifice.

PSALMS.

Complaints and Consolations LORD his trust; and respecteth a not the a Ps.15.4. jumph over me. proud, nor such as iurn aside b to lies. b Ps.125.5. ! 12 And as for me, thou upholdest me 5 Many, O LORD my God, are thy won

in mine integrity, and settest me before derful works cwrich thou hast done, and c Job 3.10. thy face for ever. thy thoughts which are to us-ward: they d Je.29.11. 13 Blessed be the LORD God of Israel cannot be reckoned up in order unto thee:, ! or, none from everlasting, and to everlasting. if I would declare and speak of them, can order Amen, and Amen. they are more than can be numbered. | them unto

PSALM XLII. 6 Sacrifice e and offering thou didst not thee.

To the chief Musician, " Maschil, for the desire ; mive ears hast thou 3 opened : e Ps.51.16.

sons of Korah. burut-offering and sin-offering hast thou He. 10.4-10. A S the hart + panteth after the water not required.

Por, A Psalm 6 brooks, so panteth my soul after thee. 7 Then said I, LO, I come: in f the giving in- O God. volume of the book it is written of me; I struction to 2 My soul gthirsteth for God, for the

8 I i delight to do thy will, O my God : the Sons, fc. living God: when h shall I come and apyea, thy law is 5 within my heart. 3 digged, Tpear before God ?

9 I have preached k righteousness in the Ex.21.6. 3 My tears have been my meat day and great congregation : lo, I have not re- 4 brayeth. night, while they continually say unto frained ny lips, O LORD, thou knowest. f Lu.24.44. me, Where is thy God?

10 I have not hid I thy righteousness Jno.5.39. 4 When I remember these things, I pour within my heart: I have declared thy & Ps.63.1. out my soul in me: for I had gone with the faithfulness and thy salvation: I have not Jno.7.37. multitude; I went with them to the house concealed thy loving-kindness and thy h Job 23.3. of God, with the voice of mu joy & praise, truth from the great congregation. i Jno.4.34. with a inultitude that kept holyday.

Il Vithhold not thou thy tender mercies sin the midst 5 Why art thou 6 cast down, O my soul i from me,O LORD ; let thy loving-kindness of my bowels. and why art thou disquieted in me? and thy truth na continually preserve me. Lu.4.16-22. Hope thou in God; for I shall yet 7 praise

12 For innumerable o evils have com-1 Ac.20.20,27. him for the help of his countenance. passed me about; mine iniquities have m Ps.122.1. 160 my God, my soul p is cast down taken hold upon me, so that I am not bowed down within me : therefore will I remember able to look up:r they are more than the! 7 or, give thee from the land of Jordan, and of the hairs of mine head; therefore my heart thanks. Hermonites, from 9 the hill Mizar. I faileth ine.

in Ps.85.10. 7 Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of 13 Be pleased, O LORD, to deliver me : 8 or, his pres. thy water-spouts : all Wy waves s and O LORD, make haste to help me,

ence is sal. thy-billows are gone over me. 14 Let them be ashamed and confounded vation. 8 Yet the LORD will command his loving together that seek after my soul to destroy o He.4.15. kindness in the day time, and in the night it; let them be driven backward, and p Ps.77.3-10. his song shall be with me, and my prayer put to shame, that wish me evil.

Ps.38.4,&c. unto the God of my life. 15 Let them be desolate for a reward of r Lu.18.13,14. 9 I will say unto God my rock, Why hast their shame, that say unto ine, Aha, aha ! 9 or, the little thou forgotten me? why go I mourning 16 Let all those that seek thee rejoice&bel hill,

because of the oppression of the enemy? glad in thee: let such as love thy salvation Ps. 133.3. 10 As with a sword in my bones, mine say continually, The Lord be magoified. forsaketh. enemies reproach me; while they say 17 But I am poor and needy; yet the LORD S Ps. 88.7. daily unto me, Where is thy God? thinketh t upon me: thou art my help &?or, killing. | 11 Why art thou cast down, unysoul? & mydeliverer; make no tarrying, O my God. It ver.5. why art thou disquieted within me? Hope PSALM XLI.

1 Pe.5.7.

thou in God; for I shall yet praise him, who To the chief Musician. A Psalm of David. u Pr.14.21. isthe health of my countenance,&my God. TILESSED u is he that considereth the He.6.10.

PSALM XLIII. D poor: 3 the LORD will deliver him 3 weak, or, TUDGE me, O God, and plead my cause in time 4 of trouble.

sick.

J against an 5 ungodly nation: 0 deliver 2 The LORD will preserve him, and 4 the day of me from 6 the deceitful and unjust man. keep him alive; and he shall be blessed evil.

2 For thou art the God of my strength: upon the earth: and 7 thou wilt not u de 5 or, unmer. whydost thoucast meoff? why go Imourtliver him unto the will of his enemies. ciful. ing becauseof the oppressionof the enemy?

3 The LORD will strengthen him upon 6 a man of 3 0 send out thy light and thy truth : the bed of languishing: thou wilt 8 make deceit and let them lead me; let them bring me unto al! his bed in his sickness.

iniquity. thy holy hill, and to thy tabernacles. 4 I said, w O LORD, be merciful unto me; 7 or, do not 4 Then will I go unto the altar of God, heal x my soul; for I have sinned against thou. unto God my exceeding joy: yea, upon the thee.

v Ps.37.32,33. harp will I praise thee, O God, my God. 5 Mine enemies speak evil of me; When 8 turn. 5 Why y art thou cast down, my soul?& shall he die, and his name perish? w Ps.32.5. why art thou disquieted within me? Hope

6 And if he come to see mne, he z speaketh 3 Ps.147.3. in God; for I shall yet praise him, toho u vanity: his heart gathereth iniquity to Hos.6.1. the health of my countenance, & my God, itself; when he goeth abroad, he telleth it. 9 the gladness

PSALM XLIV.

ALIV, 7 All that hate me whisper together of my joy. To the chief Musician for the sons of Korab. against me: against me do they 1 devise y Ps.42.5,11. |TITE have heard with our ears. O God, my hurt.

12 Pr. 26.24,25. Y our fathers have told us, wonat work 8 An evil disease, say they, cleaveth i evil to me. I thou didst in their days, in the times of old; fast unto him: and now that he lieth, he ? A thing | 2 How thou didst drive out the heathen shall rise up no more.

of Belial. with thvhand,&plantedst them; how thor 9 Yea, 3 nige own familiar friend, in 3 the man of Ididsafflict the people, and cast them out. whom I trusted, which a did eat of my my peace. 3 Forb they got not the land in possession bread, hath 4 lift up his heel against me. a Job 19.19. by their own sword, neither did their own

10 But thou, OLORD,be merciful unto me, Jno.13.19. larm save them ; but thy right hand, and & raise me up, that I may requite them. b Jos.24.12. Ithine arm, & the light of thy countenance,

: By this I know that thou favourest 4 magnified. because c thou hadst a favour upto them. me, because mise enemy doth not tri. c De.4.37. I 4 Thou art iny Kia O God : command

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Distress and confidence.

PSALMS. Confidenu and triumphant Prais. deliverances for Jacob.

11 or, O God. 17 T ou lovest righteousness, and hatest 5 Through thee will we push down our a ls.61.1. wickedness: therefore 1 God, thy God, enemies; throuzh thv uame will we! IKI.1.39,40. hath anointed a thee with the oil of glad. trend them under that rise up against us. c Hos. 1.7. ness b above thy flows.

6 Far cl will not trust in my bow, nei d Ca.1.3. 18 Alld thy garnients smell of myrrh. ther shall my sword save me.

c Ps.132.18 aloes, and cassia, out of the ivory palaces, 7 But thou hast saved us from our f C2.6.5. whereby they have made thee glad. enemies, and hast put them to e shame g Ki.2.19. 9 Kings' daughters were among thy hothat hued us.

Ps.74.1. nourable wonen: upon thy right & hand Sin God we boast all the day long, and La.3.31,32. did stand the queen in gold of Ophir. praise thy name for ever. Selah.

i De.33.9. 10 Hearken, daughter, a consider. 9 But thou hast cast off, hand put us to Mat.10.37. land incline thine ear ; forget i also thina shame; & goes not forth with our armies. k Le. 26. 17. lown people, and thv father's house

10 Thou makest us to turn back k from De.29.25,64. 11 S Islall the king greatly desire thy the enemy; and they which hate us spoil I Ca. 4.9,&c. beauty ; for m he is thy LORD, and wor. for themselves.

m Is.54.5. ship n thou him. U Thou hast given us like sheep ap.in Ps.95.6. | 12 And the daughter of Tyre o shall be pointed for meat; and hast scattered us as shecp of there with a gift ; even the rich p among 20 mg the heathen.

meat. the people s'all entreat thy 3 favour. 12 Thou sellest o thy people 4 for nought, o Is.23.18. | 13 The King's daughter is all glorious und dost not increase thy wealih by their Ac.21.3-6. Wthin; her clothing ris of wrought gold. price.

p Is. 60.3. 14 She shall be brought & unto tte King '13 Thou makest us a reproach t to our 3 face. in raiment of needle-work: the virgins Deirhbours, a scorn & a derision to them. De.32.30. her companions that follow her shall be that are round about us,

without brought unto thce. 14 Thou makes: us a by-word among ricres. 15 With u gladness and rejoicing shall the hen then, a sbaking of the head amongir is.61.10. they be brought : they shall enter into the the people.

* Re.19.7,8. kin's palace. 15 My confusion is continuallybefore me, s Ca.1.1. | 16 lustend v of thy fathers shall be thy & the shame of my face bath covered me, t Je.21.9. childre:), whom thiou mayust make princes

16 For the voice of him that reproach- u Is.35.10. w in all the earth. eitt and blasphemeth ; by reason of the Jude 24. 17 I will make thy name x to be remem. egen. V id avenger.

v Ps.22.30. bered in all generations; therefore shall 17 Allz this is come upon us; yet have w Re,1.6.

the people praise thee for ever and ever. We not forgotten thee, neither have wel Mal.1.11.

PSALM XLVI. dealt falsely in thy covenant.

To the chief Musician s for the sons on Is Our heart is not turned back,a neither : Da.9.13. Korah. A Song o upon Alamoth. c have our 6 steps declined from thy way ; 5 or, of. TOOD is our refuge and strength, a very

19 Though thou hast sore broken us in Job 23.11,12. UT present help in trouble : the place of dragons, dand covered us! Ps.119.167. | 2 Therefore will not we fear, though with the shadow e of death.

Ps.43&66. the earth be removed, and though the 29 if we have forgotten the name of ouric ICh.15.20. mountains be carried into the 1 midst of God, or s stretched out our hauds to a Cor, goings. the sea; strange gnd;

d Is.35.7. | 3 Though the waters thereof roar and 21 Shall not God search this out? forse P's. 23.1. be troubled, though the mountains shake he knowe'h the secrets of the heart, heart of the with the swelling thereof. Selah.

22 Yea, it for thy sake are we killed all seas. | 4 There is a river.g the streams whereot the day long; we are counted as sheep | Job 31.26-28 shall make glad the city i of God, the holy for the slaughter.

Eze. 47.1-12. place of the tabernacles of the Most High. 23 Awake, why sleepest thou, O LORD?| Ro.8.36. 1 5 God is in the midst of her, she shall arise, cast k us not off for ever.

i Re.21.2,3. no! be moved : God shall help her, 8 and 24 Wherefore hidest thou thy face, and 8 when the that right early. forgettest our affliction & our oppression? morning 6 The heathen raged, the kingdoms were

25 For our soul is bowed down to the appeareth, moved : he uttered his voice, the earth dust; our belly cleareth unto the earth. Ex.14.24,27 melted.

25 Arise 9 for our help, and redeem us, Ps.30.5. - The Lord of hosts is with us; the for thy mercies' sake.

k ver.9. God of Jacob is 1 our refuge. Selah. PSALM XLV.

9 a help for us Come, behold the works of the LORD, To the chief Music an upon Shoshannim, 1 an high what desolations he hath made in the

I for the sons of Korah, 2 Maschil. A place for us. earth. song of loves.

i Ps.692480. 9 He maketh wars to cease unto the end T TY hear: 3 is inditing a good matter: 2 or, of in. of the earth; he breaketh the bow, and

II speak of the things which I have struction. cutteth the spear in sunder: he burneth m made touching the King; my tongue is boileth, or, the chariot in the fire. the pen of a ready writer.

bubbleth up. 10 Be still, and know that I am God; 2 Thou art fairer n than the children of mEze.39.9.10 I will be exalted among the heathen, I mnen ; grace ois poured into thy lips : In ca.5.9-15. I will be exalted pin the earth. therefore God hath blessed thee for ever. o Lu. 4.22. 11 The LORD of hosts is with us ; the

3 Gird thy sword q upon thy thigh, Omost p Is. 2.11, 17. God of Jacob is our refuge. Selah. Mighiv, wil: thy glory and thy majesty. He.4.12.

PSALM XLVII. 4 And in ny majesty 4 rider prosper Re. 1. 16. To the chief Musician. A Psalm 5 for the ously, because of truth and meekness * prosper

sons of Korab. and righteousness; and thy right hand thou, ride CLAP your hands, all yepeople, shout shall teach thee terrible & things.

thou.

unto God with the voice of triumph: 5 Thine arrows t are sharp in the heart r Re.6.2. | 2 For the LORD most high is terrible, of the King's enemies; whereby the peo-5 or, of. he is a great King over all the earth. ple fal under thee,

| |s Ps.65.5. 3 He shall subdue the people under us 6 Thy throne, u O God, is for ever and t Ps.38.2. and the nations under our feet. ever : the sceptre of thy kingdom is a u Ps.93.2. | 4 He shall choose our inheritance for right sceptre.

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The Beauty of Zion.

PSA LDS. Inefficacy of legal Sacrefice loved. Selah.

ja Ps. 39.5. 12 Nevertheless,inan a being in honour 5 God is goje up with a shout, thelb Ps.65.18,33. Jabideth not: he is like the beasts that LORD with the sound of a trumpet. a nd of a trumpet.

Ac.1.5-11. perish 6 Sing praises to God, sing praises ; ting delight in 13 This their way is their folly: yet their praises uito our sing, sing praises. treir mouth. posterity 1 approve their sayings. Selah.

For c God is the king of all the earth: cZec.14.9. 114 Like sheep they are laid in the grave; any ye praises 3 with understanding, every one Ideath shall feed on them; and the upright

s God reigneth over the hearbe! God thai haihur. Shall lave diminion e over them in the sitie: upon the throne of his holiness. I derstanding. morning; and their 3 beauty sta!) con

9 The princes of the people are gather. d 1 Co.14.15. sume 5 in the grave from their dwelling. ed together, even the peopl. of the God of Col.3.16. lo Sut God will redeem my soul from Abraham : for the shields of the earthe Da.7.22. the power of the grave; for he shall be.comly unto God: he is greatly exalted. Re.2.26, 27. receive me. Selah. PSALM XLVIII.

3 or, 8:7.rgth. 10 Be not thou afraid when one is made A Song and Psalm 8 forthe sons of Korah. 4 The volun- rich, when the glory of his bouse is inK REAT is the LORD, and greatly to be tary of the creased:

O praised in the city of our God, in people are 17 For when he dieth, be shall carry thu trwuntain of his holiness.

rathered un- nothing hway ; his glory shall not de 2 Beautiful i for situation, the joy of the toile people scend after him; whole earth, is mouut Zion, on line sides of, &c. 19 Though, while he lived, he blessed of the korih, j the city k of the great King. 2C0.8.5. his soul : (and men will praise thee 3 God is known in her palacestor arefuge. 5 the grace be when thou coest well to thyself :) 4 For, lo, the kings i were assembled, ing an hab:- 19 He I shall go to the generation of they passed by together.

tolio: to his fathers; they shall never see light. 5 They saw it, and so they marveiled ;l every one | 20 Man that is io honour. & understandthey were troubled, and hasted a way of then.. eth not, is like the beasts m that perish.

6 Fear look hold upon them there, and Pr.39.6. PSALM L. A Psalm ? of Asaph. pain, as of a woman in travail.

o hard. VE o mighty God, Eycn the LORD,hath 7 Thou breakest the ships of p Tarshish | 7 or, huu. I spoken, and called the earth from the with an east wind.

rising of the sun unto the going down 8 Aswa have heard, so havewe seen in the Ps.65.1. thereof. city of the Lord of hosts, in the city of our Lu.12.20. | 2 Out of Zion, the perfection of beauty, God: God will establish rit for ever Selah. i Ps.50.2. God hath sliced.

9 We have thought of thy loving-kind. La.2.15. | 3 Our God shall come, s and shall not ness, O God, in the midst of thy teinple. in his life. keep silence; a fre t shall devour before

10 According to thy name, u O God, 50 lj is.14.13. Thin), and it shall be very ten pestuous us thy praise unto the ends of the earth :k Mat.5.55. round about him. thy right hand is full of righteousness. 17 25.10.6-19. 4 He shallcall to theheavensfromabore,&

il Let mount Zion rejoice, let the The soul to theearth,(that he may judgehis people.) daughters of Judah be glad, because of shall go. 5 Gather v nuy saints together unto me, thy judgments.

Im Ec.3.18,19. those that have made a covenant w with 12 Walk about Zion, and go round about|n. Ex. 15.14-16 me by sacrifice. ber: tell the towers thereof.

12 or, for. 6.and the heavens shall declare hisrighte13 Mark 3 ye well her bulwarks, 4 cun-lo 15.9.6. lousness: for Godzic judge himself. Sela. sider ber palaces; that ye may tell it to p E2..27.25. 7 Fear, yo y people, and I will speak; the generation following

19 Ps.68.24. Israel, and I will testify against ihes : 14 For this God is our God for ever and is 22. I am God, even thy God. cver; hewill be ourguidez erenunto death.8 Be.22.20. 8 I will not reprove thee for thy sacri. PSALM XLIX.

t Da.7.10. fices or thy burnt-offerings, to have been To the chief Musician. A Psalm 5 for the u. Jos.7.9. continually before me. sons of Korah.

| Ps.113.3. 9 Ta will take po bullock out of thy TITEAR this, all ye people; give ear, v Mat. 24.31. house, nor he-goats out ot thy folds :

all ve inhabitants of the world : w He. 12.24. 110 For every beast of the forest is mine. 2 Both low and high, rich and poor, to-13 Re. 20.12. and the catile upon a thousand hills. gether.

13 set your 11 kOw211 the fowls of the mountains; 3 My mouth shall speak of wisdom ; heart to. and the wild beasts of the field art 6mine. and the meditation of my heart shall be or, raise up. 12 If I were hungry, I would not tell of understanding.

y Mi.6.1-8. thee : for the world is mine, and the ful4 I will incline mine ear to a parable; Il Ps.73.24. Less thereof. will open my dark saying upon the harp. Is.53.11. | Is Will I eat the flesh of bulls, or drink

5 Whereiore b should I fear in the days 5 or, of t e od cf goals? of evil, when the iniquity of my heels a Ac.17.25. 1 14 Ofer unto God thanksgiving: und shall compass c me about?

He.10 4.6. pay thy vows unto the Most High: 6 They that trust in their wealth, and 6 with me. I 15 Ani call d upon me in the day of boast themselves in the multitude of their b Ro.8.33,34. Stroglie; I will deliver thee, and thos riches ;

c Hos.7.2. chalt glorify me. 7 None of them can by any means red s. 107.6,&c. 16 But tuto the wicked, God saith, deem his brother, nor e give to God ale Job 36.18. What f has thou to do, to declare my sialr..som for him;

If ls.l.11-15. utos, or that thou shouldest take my co6 (For the redemption of their soal is Jno.4.24. venant in thy mouth; precious, and it ceaseth for ever ;) g Pr.5.12,13. 17 Seeing thou hatest g instruction, and

That he shouid still live for ever, and h Ac. 13.33-37 castest roy words behind thee. not see corruption. h

i Ec.2.16-21. 18 When thou sa west a thief, then thou 10 For the seeth that wise men die, 17 thy portion concenteist with him, and ? bast been likewice the fool and the brutish person was. partaker with adultertrs. perist, and leave their wealth to others. 18 sendest. 19 Thou 8 givest thy mouth to evil, and

11 Tieir inward thought is, that their 9 generation thy tongue franeth deceit. houses kell continue for ever, and their and genera- 20 Thou sittest and speakest against thy dwelling-places to 9 ail gecerations : they tion. brother ; thou slacderest thine owo mocall their lands k after the r own names. Ik 280..19.18. It 's sob).

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