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Duty of Magistrates.


Pleasures of Public Worshup. strange god.

| 16 Fill their faces with shame; that 101 a am the LORD thy God, which a Ex.20.2. they may seek thy name, O LORD. brought thee out of the land of Egypt: b Jno.15.7. 17 Let them be confounded and troubled open b thy mouth wide.ard I will tillit. c De.32.15, 18. for ever; yea, let them be put to shame,

11 But c my people would not hearken d Ac.7.42. and perish: to my voice: & Israel would none of me. or, to the 19 That meil may know that thou,

12 SodI gave them up l unto their own hardness whose name e alone is JEHOVAH, art hearts lust; and they walked in their of their own the Mosi High over all the earth. own counsels.

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PSALM LXXXIV. 13 Oh f that my people had hearkenedl imagina. To the chief Musician upong Gittith. unto me, and Israel had walked in my Irons.

A Isalm ? for the sons of Korah

w ways!

e Is.42.3. T OW ariable are thy tabernacles, o 14 I should soon have subdued their ls.48.18. I LORD of hosts! enemies, and turned my hand against

s De.32.29. | 2 My he soullougeth, vea, even fainteth, taeir adversaries.

8 Ps.8.title. for the cours of the LORD ; my heart and 15 The haters of the Lord should have

my flesh crieth out for the living God submitted 3 then selves unto him: but

1h Ps.27.4. | 3 Yea, the sparrow fia!h found an house, their time should have endured for ever.

3 lied, or, and the swallow a nest for herself, where 16 He should have fed them also weithl

she may lay her young, even thine altare, the finest 4 of the wheat: and with honey il T

OLORD of hosts, my King and my God. out of the rock shouldI have satisfied thee.

obedience, | 4 Blessed k are they that dwell in thy PSALM LXXXII.

Ps.66.3. house: they will be still praising thee A Psalm 5 of Asaph.


Selah. (VODstandeth in the congregation of the

Chi De.32.13. 5 Blessed is the man whose strength is U mighty: he ljudgeth among the gods.

19k Ps.65.4. in thee; ia whose heart are the ways of 2 How long will ye judge unjustly,andl;

them : accept the persons of the wicked? Selab.la

2Ch.19.6,7. | 6 Who passing through the valley of 3 Defend 7 the poor and fatherless : do

6 or, mulber. 6 Baca, make it a well: the rain also

8 filleth the pools. justice m to the afflicted and needy. 4 Deliver the poor and needy: rid thern

I make him 7 They n go from 9 strength to strength;

a well, out of the hand of the wicked.

every one o of them in Zion appeareth 5 They know not, neither will they un..

25a.5.23. before God. derstand: they walk on in darkness: pallja covereth.

ili judge. | 80 LORD God of hosts, hear my prayer: the g foundations of the earth are l outlm Je 22.3.

give ear, O God of Jacob. Selah.

19 Behold, O God, our shield,r and look of course. 6 I have said, Ye are gods ; s and all of

n Job.17.9. upon the face of thine anointed.

all of Pr.4.18. 10 For a day in thy courts is better than you are children of the Most High: 7 But ye shall die like men, and falll

usor, company a thousand. '12 had rather be a door

" to company, keder in the house of my God, than to like one of the prices. 8 Arise, O God, judge the earth : for. Jno.12.33.

JoJno.10.28. dwell in the tents of wickedness.

For the LORD God 18 a sunt and thor, u shalt inherit all nations.

q Ps.75.3. shield : the LORD will give grace and PSALM LXXXI!I.

2T..2.19. glory : no good v thing will he withhold A Song or Psalm 3 of Asaph.

1 moved. from ther that walk uprightly.

holdr Ge.15.1. 12 O LORD of hosts, blessed is the man not thy peace, & be not still, o God. 1sJuo.10.34,35. that trusteth in thee. 2 For, lo, thine enemies make a w tu- 2 1 worud

PSALM LXXXV. mult: and they that hate thee have lifted choose rather to the chief Musician. A Psalm for up the head.

to sit at the

the Sons of Korah. They have taken crafty counsel against threshold. IT ORD, thou has been favourable unto thy people, and consulted against thylt Is.60.19. Lathy land : thou hast brought back the hidden z ones.

u Re.11.15. captivity of Jacob. 4 They have said, y Come, and let us Ph.4.19. cut them off from being a nation ; that| 3 or, for.

2 Thou hus forgiven z the iniquity of the name of Israel may be no more in w 1$.37.29.

thy peopie; thou bast covered all their

sin. Selah. remembrance.

* or, of. 3 Thou last taken away all thy wrath, 5 For they have consulted a together! Ps: 12.title. Ithou hast turned 6 thyself from the ner with one 7 consent; they are confederate 5 or, well ness of thite anger. against thee :

, pleased, 4 Turn us, O God of our salvation, and 6 The b tabernacles of Edom,f the Ish Ps.77.7.

cause thine anger toward us to cease. maelites; of Moab, and the Hagarenes; Ps.31.20.

5 Wilt thou be angry with us for ever? 7 Gebai, and Ammon, and Amalek; thely Est.3.6,9. wilt thou draw out thiue anger to all Philistines; with the inhabitants of Tyre; lz Col.2.13. generations?

8 Assur also is joined with them : theyla Ps.2.2. 196 Wilt thou not revive us aga n, that have holden 8 the children of Lot. Selah. 6 or, thine Ithy people may rejoice in thee?

e c Midian 1 anger from 7 Shew us thy mercy, O LORD, and grant ites: as to Sisera, d as to Jabin, at the wacing hot,lus thy salvation. brook of Kison;

De.13.17.7 SI will hear what God the LORD will 10 Which perished at En-dor: they be- 1 heart. speak : For he will speak peace unto his came as dung for the earth.

b 2Ch.20.10. people, and to his saints: but e let them U Make their nobles like Oreb f and 8 been an Inot turn again to lolly. like Zeeb; yea, all their princes as Ze-l arm to. 9 Surely his salvation is nigh them that bah g and as Zalmunna:

C Nu.31,1-12. fear him; that glory may dwell in our 12 'Who said, Let us take to ourselvesd Ju.4.15,24. lland. the houses of God in possession. e Ps.130.4. 10 Mercy and truth are met together;

13 O my God, make them like a wheel;lf Ju.7.25. Trichteousness i and peace have kissed each as h the stubble before the wind. Is Ju.8.12,21. Jother.

14 As the fire burneth a wood, and as Is. 11 Trutn shall spring (ut of the ear ; the flame setteth the mountains on tire, Mat.3.12. land righteousness sbali look dow sa

15 Se nesecute them with thy tempes!, li Is.32.17. Tbeaveu. aud make them afraid with thy storm.

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The Glory of Zion.

Complaints. 12 Yea, the LORD shali give that which lb Lu.18.7. LORD God of my salvation, I B have ve good : c and our land shall yield her c Ps. 84.11. cried day and night before thee. mcrease.

12 Let my prayer come be ore thee: in 13 Rghteousness d shall go before him, d Ps. 89.14. cline thine car unto my cry; and e shall set us in the way of his steps e Ps.!19.35. 3 For my soul is full of troubles, and PSALM LXXXVI. A Prayer 2 of David. 12 or, being 2 my life dra weth nigh unto the grave. DOW down thine ear, O LORD, hear Psalm of, 4 lam counted with them that go down D me, for I an poor and needy.

into the pit: I am as a man that hath no 2 Preserve my soul, for I am 3 holy :3 or, one strength; O thou my God, save thy servant that whom thou. 5 Free among the dead, like the slain. trusteth f in thee.

favourest. that lie in the grave, whom thou remen3 Be merciful unto me, O LORD : for I f Is.26.3. berest no more : and they are cut off cry unto thee 5 daily.

or, by. from 4 thy hand. 4 Rejoice the soul of thy servant : for 5 or, ail the 1 0 Thou hast laid me in the lowest it, upto thee, O LORD, do I lift up my soul. day. in darkoess, in th: deeps.

5 For h thou, LORD, art good, and ready g 1Pc.2.24. 17 Thy wrath glieih hard upon me, and to forgive; and pleateous in mercy untoh Joel.2.13. thou hast aftlicled me with all thy waves. all them that call upon thee.

i Job 19.13.&c Selah. 6 Give car, O LORD, unto my prayer ; & k Job 12.14. | S Thou i hast put a way mine acquaintattend to the voice of my supplications. 2 Ps.50.15. ance far from me; thou hast made tue an

7 In the day of my trouble I will I call m Is.40.18.25 abomination unto them: I am k shut up, upon thee: for thou wilt answer me. n De.3 24. and I cannot come trih.

8 Amon; the gods there is none m likejo Re.15.4. 9 Mine eye mourneth by reason of allic. unto thee, O LORD ; neither 2 are there p 's.38.18. tion: LORD, I have called daily upun tbee, any works like anio thy works.

lq De.32.39. I have stretched out my hand, unto thee. 9 All o nations whom thou hast made IC3.8.4. 10 Wilt p thou shew wonders to the shall come and worship before thee, or Ps.119.33. dead? shall the dead arise and praise LORD ; and shall glorify thy name.

Jno. 17.20,21 thee? Selah. 10 For thou art great, and doest won. Co.6.17. 1. 11 Shall thy loving-kindness be declared drous things : thou q art God alone. lt Ps. 145.1,2. in he grave ? or tuy faithfuluess in de.

11 Teach r me thy way, O LORD; I will u Ps. 103.11. struction ? walk in thy truth : unite s my heart tolv i Th.1.10. | 12 Shall thy wonders be known in the fear thy name.

dark.? and ihy righteousness in the land 12 It will praise thee, O LORD my God, terrible. of forgetfulness? with all my heart, and I will glorify thyw Job 6.4. 13 But unto thee have I cried, O LORD; name for evermore.

2 Ps.10 4. and in the morning shall my prayer pre 13 For great u is thy mercy toward me;ly Re.6.17. vent thee. and chou hast delivered v my soul from z Ne.9.17. 14 LOR!, why castest thou off my soul; the loweet 6 hell.

8 or, all the why hidest thou thy face from me ? 14 O God, the proud are risen against day.

15 I am attl.cted and ready to die from me, and the assemblies of violent men a Ps. 85.10. my youth up: while w I suffer thy terrors have sought after my soul, and have not b Is.45.24. I am distracted. Bet thee x before them.

c 1C0.5.5. | 16 Thy fierco wrath y goeth over me; 15 But thou, O LORD, art a God full of 9 or, A Psalm thy terrors have cut me ott. compassion, and gracious; long-suffering,! for Ethan | 17 They came round about me 8 daily and plenteous in mercy a and truth. I the Ezra Nike water, they compassed me about

16 O turn unto me, and have mercy hite to give together. upon me : give thy sirength b unto thy instruction. 18 Lover & friend hast thou put far from servant, and save the son of thine hand.d ICh.2.6. me, 8 mine acquaintance into darkness. maid.

1 generation

PSALM LXXXIX. 17 Shew me a token c for good ; that and general Maschil 9 of Ethan d the Ezrahite. they which hate me may see it, and be tion; IT WILL sing of the mercies of the LORD ashamed; because thou, LORD, hast so ver.4. 1 for ever: with my nouth will I make holpen me, and comforted me,

Ps.119.90. known thy faithfulness to ! all genera. PSALM LXXXVII.

2 or, of. tioas. A Psalm or Song 2 for the sons of Korah. e Ps.45 1. | 2 For I have said, Mercy shall be built TITIS foundation is in the holy e moun. f Ps.78.67,68. up for ever : thy faithfulness shalt thou 1 tains.

g 252.7.11.&c establish in the very heavens. 2 The f LORD loveth the gates of Zion h Is 54.2,&c. 3 I have inade acovenant with mychosen, more than all the dwellings of Jacob. Re.21.2,&c. I have sworn ; uinto David my servant.

3 Glorious things h are spoken of thee, i Is.51.9. 4 Thy seed will I establish for ever, O city of God. Selah.

k Ps.19.1. and build up thy throne to all generations. 4 I will make mention of Rahab i ard 2 ls 19.23-25. Selal. Babylon to them that know me; behold,on Ps.63.31. | 5 And the heavens k shall praise thy Philistia, l and Tyre, with Ethiopia : m Ac.8.27. wonders, O LRD ; thy faitbruiness also this man was boru there.

n Is.60.1.9. in the congregation of the saints. 5 And of Zion it shall be said, n This o Eze.13.9. 6 For who in the heaven can be comand that man was born in her; and the plSa.2.2. pared unto the LORD? who among the Highest himself shall establish her. 91 Ch.23.5. sons of the mighty can be likened unto

6 The LORD shall count, when her Ja.1.17. the LORD? writeth o up the people, that this man s Job 38.11. 17 God is greatly to be feared in the as. was born there. Selah.

Mar.4.39,41. senibly of the saints, and to be had in re 7 As well the singers as the players on 3 or, of v erence of all them that are about him. instruments q shall be there : all my 4 or, Egypt. 8 0 LORD God of hosts, wbop is springs r are in thee.

5 or, A Psalm strong LORD like unto thee? or to thy PSALM LXXXVIII.

of Heman fa.shrulness round about thee? A Song or Psalm 3 for the sons of Korah. the Ezra. 9 Chous rulest the ragingof the sea: whea

To the chief Musician upon Mahalath hite, giving the waves thereof arise, thou stillestchern. Leannoth, 5 Maschil of Hemant the instruction. 10 Thou hast broken « Rahib in pieces Ezrahite.

It Ki.4.31.

Divine power and Justice.


Mortality of Men. as one that is slain : thou hast scattered 1 the arm of 1 42 Thou hast set up the right hand or thine enetnies with 1 thy strong arın, thystrength. bis adversaries ; thou hast made all his

11 The heavens are thine, the earth also a Ju.4.6,12. enemies to rejoice. is thine: as for the world and the fulness b Jos. 12.1. | 43 Thou hast also turned the edge of thereof, thou hast founded them.

2 Irightness. his sword, and hast not made him to 12 The north and the south thou hast 3 an arm stand in the battle. created them: Tabor a and Hermon b shall with night. 44 Thou hast made his glory to cease, rejoice in thy panie.

c Ps.97.2. and cast his throne down to the ground. 13 Thou hast 3 a mighty arm: strong is 4 or, esta. 45 The days of his youth hast thou thy hand, and high is thy right band. blishment, shortened : thou hast covered him with

14 Justice cand judgment are the 4 ha. Is. 16.5. shame. Selah. bitation of thy throne : mercy and truth d Hos.5.15. 1 46 How long, LORD, wilt thou hide d thy. shall go before thy face.

e Le.25.9. self for ever shall thy wrath burn like fire? 15 Blessed is the people that know the Ps.98.6. 47 Remember how short my time is joyful sound : e they shall walk, O LORD, Ro.10.18. wherefore hast thou made all men in in the light of thy countenance.

If Nu.6.26. vain ? 16 In thy name shall they rejoice ail g He.9.27.' 48 What g man is he that liveth, & shall the day : and in thy righteousness h shall h I Co.1.30. not see death? shall he deliver his soul they be exaked.

i ver.35. from the hand of the grave ? Selah. 17 For thou art the glory of their sor, Out 49 LORD, where are thy former loving. strength; and in thy favour our horn shield is of kindnesses, which thou swarest i unto shall be exalted.

the LORD, David in thy truth? 18 For 5 the LORD is our defence; and and our 50 Remember, LORD, the reproach of the Holy One of Israel is our kink king is of the thy servants; how I do bear in my bosom

19 Then thoa spakest in vision to thy Holy One of the reproach of all the mighty people ; Holy One, and sidst, I have laiu help /srael, 51 Wherewith thine enemies have re. upon one that is mighty;? I have exalted Ps.47.9. proached, 0 LORD; wherewith they one chosen out of the people.

k is.33.22. have reproached the footsteps of thine 20 I n have found David my servant;l 14.9.6. anointed. with my holy oil have I anointed him: mHab3.17-19) 52 Blessed in be the LORD for evermore.

21 With o whom my hand shall be es. n 1 Sa. 16.1,12 Amen, and amen. tablished; mine arm also shall strength02Sa.7.8.16.

PSALM XC. en him.

6 or, being a A Prayer 6 of Moses, the Man p of God. 22 The enemy shall not exact upon him; Psalm of. T ORD, thou hast been our dwelling. nor the son of wickedness afflict him. p De.33.1. U place q in 7 all generations.

23 And I will beat down his foes before 9 Ps.71.3. 2 Before the mountains were brought his face, and plague them that hate him. Eze.11.16. forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth

24 But my faithfulcess and my mercy 7 generation, and the world, even from everlasting to shall be with him; and in my namo shall and gene- everlasting, thou art God. bis horn be exalted.

ratiun. 3 Thou turnest man to destruction, and 25 I will set his hand also in the t sea, r Pr.8.25,26. sayest, Return, s ye children of men. and his right hand in the rivers.

s Ge.3.19. 4 For a thousand years in thy sight are 26 He shall cry unto me, Thou art my t Ps.72.8. but as yesterday when it is past and as a Father, my God, and the Rock of my 8 or, he hath watch in the night. salvation.

passed them. 5 Thou carriest them away as with a 27 Also I will make him my first-born, u Col.1.15,16 food; they are as a sleep: in the morning higher v than the kings of the earth. Tv Re.19.16. they are like grass w which 9 groweth up.

28 My mercy will I keep for him for w Is.40.6. 6 In y the morning it flourisheth, and evermore, and my covenant z shall stand 9 or, is groweth up ; in the evening it is cut fast with him.

changed. down, and withereth. 29His seed also will I make to endure for x Is.55.3. 1 7 For we are consumed by thine anger, ever, & his throne as the days of heaven. y Job 14.' and by thy wrath are we troubled.

30 If a his children forsake my law, Z 2Sa 23.5. S Thou b last set our iniquities before and walk not in my judgments;

a Je.9.13-16. thee, our secret sins in the light of thy 31 If they 1 break my statutes, and keep b Je.2.22. countenance. not my commandments;

1 profane. | 9 For all our days are passed away 32 Then will I visit their transgression 2 iurned. in thy wran: we spend our years as a with the rod, & their iniquity with stripes. 3 or, medita. tale 3 that is told. 33 Nevertheless c my loving kindness tion.

10 The 4 days of our years are three. will 5 I pot utterly take from him, nor cLa.3.31,32. score years and ten; and if by reason of suffer my faithiulness to 6 fail,

4 as for the strength they be fourscore years, yet is 34 My covenant will I got break, d nor days of our their strength labour and sorrow : for e it alter the thing that is gone out of my lips. years, in is soon cut off, and we fly away

35 Once bave I sworn by my holiness, them, are 70 11 Who knoweth the power of thine tbat 7 I will not lie unto David.

years. anger ? even according to thy fear; so is 36 His seed shall endure for ever, and I will not thy wraih. his throne as the sun before me.

I make void 12 So teach us to number our days, that 37 It shall be established for ever as from. we may apply our hearts untof wisdom. the moon, and as a faithful witness in 6 lie.

1 13 Returo, O LORD, how long ? and let heaven. Selah

d Je.33.20. it repent thee concerning thy servants. 38 But g thou hast cast off and abhorred, Ja.4.14. | 140 satisfy us early with thy mercy; that thou hast been wroth with thine anointed. Tif I lie. we may rejoice and be glad all our days.

39 Thou hast made void the covenant 8 cause to 15 Make us glad according to the days of thy servant; thou hast profaned his come. wherein thou hast afflicted us, and the crown, oy casting it to the ground. f Pr 4.7. Sears wherein we have seen evil.

40 Thou hast broken down h all his g 1Ch.28.9. 16 Let thy work appear unto thy ser. hedges; thou hast broughi his strongl Ps.60.1,10. vants, and thy glory unto their childrer. holds to ruin.

Hos.9.17. 17 Aud let the beauty i of the LORD 41 All that pass by "he way spoil him : h Is.5.5.6. our God be upon us : and establish thou be is a reproach to his neighbors. li Ps.110.3. Tthe work of our hands upon us, yea, the


Security of Believers.

PSALMS. Folly Atheists and Offressors, work of our hands establish a thou it. a Job 22.28. | 12 The righteous b shall flourish like the PSALM XCI.

Pr. 163. palm-tree; he shall grow like a cedar in TTE that dwelleth cin the secret place 8 Ps.52.8. Lebanon.

n of the Most High,shall 1 abide under Hos. 14.5,6. 13 Those that be planted in the bouse the shadow d of the Almighty.

c Ps.27.5. of the LORD shall flourish in the courts 2 I will say of the LORD, He is my re- 1 lodge. of our God. fuge, and my fortress : my God; in him d Ps.57.1. 14 They shall still bring forth fruit in old will I trust.

2 green. age; they shall be fat and 2 flourishing ; 3 Surely e he shall deliver thee from e Ps. 124.7. 15 To shew that the Lord is upright: the suare of the fowler, and from thelf De.32.4. he is my rock, f and there is no unrightnoisome pestilence.

18 Zep.3.5. eousness g in him. 4 He shall cover thee with his feathers,

PSALM XCIII. and under his wings shalt thou trust : hish Js.52.7. THE h LORD reigneth; he is clothed truth shall be thy shield and buckler. Re.19.6. I with majesty; the LORD is clothed

5 Thou i shalt not be afraid for the teri Ps.121.5,6. with strength, wherewih he hath girded ror by night, nor for the arrow that fli. Ps.45.6. himself: the world also is established. eth by day,

3 from them. that it cannot be moved. 6 Nor for the pestilence that walketh | Pr.3.25,26.12 Thy throne k is established 3 of old : in darkness, nor for the destruction that m Ps.89.9. thou art from everlasting. Wasteth at noon-day.

In He.12.14. 3 The floods have lifted up, O LORD, 7 A thousand shall fall at thy side, and Re.21.27. the floods have lifted up their voice ; the ten thousand at thy right hand; but it o Pr.12.21. floods lift up their waves. shall not come nigh thee.

* to length of 4 The m LORD on high is mightier than 8 Only I with thine eyes shalt thou be- days, the noise of many waters, yea, than the hold, and see the reward of the wicked. Ps.23.6. mighty waves of the sea

9 Because thou hast made the LORD, Ip Mat.4.6. 15 Thy testimonies are very sure : holi. which is my refuge, even the Most High, God of ness n becometh thine house, O LORD, thy habitation,

i revenges. for 4 ever. 10 Thereoshall no evil befall thee, neither a De.32.35.

PSALM XCIV. shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling. Na.1.2. LORD 5 God, to whom q vengeance

u For D he shall give his angels charge 6 shine forth, belon reth ; O God, to whom ven over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. Ps. 80.1. geance belongeth, shew thyself.

12 They shall bear thee up in theirhands, IT Job 5.23. 1 2 Lift up thyself, thou judge of the lest thou dash thy foot against a stone. 17 or, asp. earth : render a reward to the proud.

13 Thou r shali tread upon the lion and s Job 20.5. 13 LORD, how long s shall the wicked, adder; 7 the young lion and the dragon Ps.73.8,&c. how long shall the wicked triumph? shalt thou trample under feet.

Je.12.1,2. 4 How long shall they utter and speak 14 Because he hath set his love upont Jude 15. hard t things ? and all the workers of me, therefore will I deliver him : I will u Is.65.24. iniquity boast themselves ? set him on high, because he bath known v Is.43.2. | 5 They break in pieces thy people, O my name.

8 length of LORD, and afflict thine heritage. 15 He u sball call upon me, & I will an- days. | 6 They slay the widow and the stranger, ewer him: Iv will be with him in trouble; w Pr.3.2. and murder the fatherless. I will deliver him, and honour him.

22.4. 7 Yet they say, The LORD shall not see, 16 With 8 long life w will I satisfy him, x Ps.92.6. peither shall the God of Jacob regard it. and shew him my salvation.

Ro.3.1. 8 Understand, I ye brutish among the PSALM XCII.

people; and, ye fools, when will ye be A Psalm or Song for the sabbath-day. z Ex.4.11. wise? Ty is a good thing to give thanks unto a Eze.39.21. | 9 He z that planted the ear, skall he

the LORD, and to sing praises unto thyl Hab.3.12. not hear ? he that forined the eye, shals name, O Most High:

b La.3.23. he not see? 2 To shew forth thy loving-kindness in 9 in the 10 He that chastiseth the heathen, a shall the morning, b and thy faithfulness 9 every nights. not he correct? he c that teacheth man Dight,

c Pr.2.6. knowledge, shall not he know? 3 Upon an instrument of ten strings, 1 or upon the 11 The LORD knoweth the thoughts of and upon the psaltery; I upon the barpl solemn man, that they are d vanity. with 2 a solemn sound.

sound with 12 Blessed é is the man whom thou 4 For thou, LORD, hast made me glad, harp. chastenest, O LORD, and teachest him out through thy work; I will triumph in the diCo.3.19,20. of thy law; works of thy hands.

2 Higgaion, 13 That thou mavest give bim rest from 6 O LORD, how great are thy works! Ps.9.16. the days of adversity, until the pit be and thy thoughts f are very deep. e Job 5.17. digged for the wicked.

6 A brutish man knoweth not; neither Pr.3.11. | 14 For g the LORD will not cast off his doth a fool understand this.

He. 12.5,&c. people, neither will he forsake his inher 7 When h the wicked spring as the f Is.55.9. itance grass, and when all the workers of ini. Ro.11.33. | 15 But judgment shall return unto quity do flourish; it is that they shall be 1 Sa.12.22. righteousness; and all the upright in destroyed for ever:

Ro.11.1,2. heart 3 shall follow it. 8 But thou, LORD, art most high for h Ps.73.18-20. 16 Who will rise up for me against the evermore.

| Mal.4.1. evil-doers? or who will stand up for me 9 For, lo, thine enemies, O LORD, for, 3 be after. against the workers of iniquity > lo, thine enemies shall perish: all i the i Mat.7.23. 17 Upless k the LORD had been my help, wurkers of iniquity shall be scattered; k Ps. 124.1,2. my soul had almost dwelt in silence.

10 But my born shalt thou exalt like or, quickly. 18 When I said, My foot I slippeth; thy the horn of an unicorn : I shall be anoint- 2 Ps.38.16. mercy, O LORD, held me up. ed m with fresh oil.

Im 2Co.1.21. 19 In the multitude of my thoughts 11 Mine eye also shall see my desire on 1Jno.2.20. within me thy comforts n delight my soul. mine enemies; and mine tars shall hear n Ps.63.5,6. | 20 Shall the throne of iniquity have my desire of the wicked that rise upl 2Co.1.3,4. fellowship with thee, which o frameth against me.

To Is. 10.1. mischief by a law?

An Invitation to Praise.


God's Justice and Mercy. 21 They a gather themselves together a Pr.1.11, 16.1 2 Clouds b and darkness are round against the soul of the righteous, and Mat.27.1. about him: righteousness c and judge condemn the innocent blood.

IK1.8. 12. ment are the 1 habitation of his throne. 22 But the LORD is my defence; and my c Ps. 89.14. 3 A fire d goeth before him, and burn. God is the rock of my refuge.

or, esta eth up his enemies round about. 23 And he shall bring upon them their blishment. | 4 His lightnings enlightened the world : own iniquity, and shall cut them off in d Da.7.10. the earth saw, and trembled. their own e wickedness; yea, the LORD He.12.29. 5 The hills melted f like wax at the our God shall cut them off.

Je Pr.5.22. presence of the LORD, at the presence of PSALM XCV.

f Ju.5.5. the LORD of the whole earth. COME, let us sing unto the LORD ;| Mi.1.4. 6 The heavens declare his righteous

let g us make a joyful noise to the 8 Ps.100.1, ness, and all the people see h his glory. rock i of our salvation.

h 2Sa. 22.47. 17 Confounded be all they that serve 2. Let us 2 come before his presence iMat.25.39,32 graven images, that boast themselves of with thanksgiving, and make a joyful ? prevent his idols: worship k him, all ye gods. noise unto him with psalms.

face. 18 Zion heard, and was glad; and the 3 For I the LORD is a great God, and a k He. 1.6. daughters of Judah rejoiced, because of great King m above all gods.

2 Ps.97.9. thy judgments, O LORD. 4 In 3 his hand are the deep places of m Mal. 1.14. 9 For thou, LORD, art high above all the the earth; the 4 strength of the hills is 3 whose. earth; thou art exalter far above all gods. his also.

* or, heights 10 Ye that love the LORD, hate evil: 5 The 5 sea is his, and he made o it: are his. be preserveth the souls of his saints; he and his hands formed the dry land. Pr.3.7. delivereth p them out of the hand of the

6,0 corne, let us worship and bow down: Ro. 12.9. wicked. lei us kneelg before the LORD Our Maker. Whose the | 11 Light is sown for the righteous, and

7 For he is our God; and we are the peo- sea is gladness for the upright in heart. ple of his pasture, and the sheep of his o Ge. 1.9, 10. 12 Rejoicer in the LORD, ye righteous; haud. To-day, s if ye will hear his voice, lp De.3.28. and give thanks 6 at the remembrance of

8 Harden not your heart, as in thelo Ac.21.5. his holiness. 1 provocation, and as in the day of Ph.2.10.

PSALM XCVIII. A Psalm. temptation in the wilderness:

Ir Ph.4.4. O SING unto the LORD a new song : 9 When your fathers tempted u me, He.3.7,15. for he hath done marvellous things: proved me, and saw my work. TC or, to the his right v hand, and his holy arn, hath

10 Forty Sears long was I grieved with memorial. Igoiton him the victory. this generation, and said, it is a people contention. 2 The w LORD Imth inade known his salthat do err in their heart, and they have t Ex.17.2,7. vation : his righteousness hath he 8 open. mot known my ways:

| Nu.14.2.&c. ly shewed in the sight of the hea then. 11 Unio whom I sware r in my wrath, De.6.16. 3 Hey hath remembered his mercy and that s they should not enter into my rest. u 1Co. 10.9. his truth toward the house of Israel: all PSALM XCVI.

lu Ex.15.6. the z ends of the earth have seen the sal. SING a unto the LORD a new song ;l Is.53.16. vation of our God.

sing unto the LORD, all the earth. w Is.52.10. 4 Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, 2 Sing unto the LORD, bless his name: 8 or, revealed. all the earth; make a loud noise, and chew forth his salvation from day to day. x He.4.3,5, rejoice, and sing praise.

3 Declare his glory among the heathen, y Lu.1.54,72. 5 Sing unto the LORD with the harpi his wonders among all people.

19 if they enter with the harp, and the voice of a psalm. 4 For the LORD is great, and b greatly z Řo. 10.12,16. 6 With trumpets, and sound of cornet, to be praised : he is to be feared above a 1Ch.16.23- make a joyful noise before the LORD the all gods.

33. King. 5 For call the gods of the nations are b Ps.18.3. 7 Let the sea roar, and the fulness there idols : but d the LORD made the heavens. c Je.10.11,12. of; the world, & they that dwell therein.

6 Honour and majesty are before him :d .42.5. | 8 Let the floods clap their hands : let strength e and beauty are ia bis sanctuary. e Ps.63.2. the hills be joyful together.

7 Give f unto the LORD, O ye kindreds f Jude 25. 9 Before the LORD : .org he cometh to of the people, give unto the LORD glory g Re. 1.7. judge the earth : with righteousness shall and strength;

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he judge the word, and the people with 8 Give unto the LORD the glory 1 due h He.13.13.

equity. unto his name: bring an offering, h and i Ps.93.1.

PSALM XCIX. come into his courts.

k Je.5.22. IT HE i LORD reigneth ; let k the people 90 worship the LORD in the 2 beauty 2 or, glorious i tremble: he sitteth between the che of holiness: fear before him, all the earth. sanctuary. rubims; let the earth 3 be moved.

10 Say among the heathen, I that the 3 stagger. 2 The LORD is great in Zion, and he is LORD reigneth: m the world also shall 1 Ps.46.6, 10. high above all the people. be established that it shall not be moved : m Re. 19.6. 3 Let them praise thy great n and ter. he shall judge the people righteously. in De.28.58. rible name; for it is holy.

11 Let o the heavens rejoice, and let o Ps.69.34. 4 The king's strength also loveth judg. the earth be glad; let the sea roar, and p Job 36.57. ment: thou p dost establish equity : thou the fulness thereof.

q1Ch.28.2. executest judgment and righteousness in 12 Let the field be joyful, and all that is i or, it. Jacob. therein: then shall all the trees of the Ex. 15.25. 5 Exalt ye the LORD our God and worwood rejoice

Sa.7.9. ship at his footstool; q for 4 he is holy. 13 Before the LORD : for he cometh, for's Re. 19.11. 16 Moses and Aaron among his priests. he cometh to judge the earth: he shall 20.13, and Samuel among them that call upon judge the world with righteousness, s and t Ex.33.9. This name: they called upon the LORD, the people with his truth.

u Ps.99.1. and he answered them. PSALM XCVII.

Iv Ps.2.11. 7 He spake unto them in t the cloudy THE LORD reigneth, let the earth 5 many, or, Ipillar: they kept his testimonies, and the

1 rejoice; v let the 5 multitude of w great. ordinance that he gave them. isles be glad thereof.

w Is.60.9. 8 Thou answeredst them, O LORD Our

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