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A27810 The Psalms of David in meeter with the prose interlined / by Mr. Zachary Boyd ... Boyd, Zacharie, 1585?-1653. 1648 (1648) Wing B2434; ESTC R233265 240,017 721

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that thou mayest feared be forgivenesse with thee is 5 I wait for the Lord my soul doth wait and in his word do I hope 6 My soul waiteth for the Lord more then they that watch for the morning 5 I wait for God my soul doth wait and I hope in his word 6 More then they that for morning watch my soul waits for the Lord I say more then they that watch for the morning 7 Let Israel hope in the Lord for with the Lord there is mercie I say yea more then they that watch the morning for to see 7 Let Israel hope in God for with the Lord there mercies be And with him is plenteous redemption 8 And he shall redeem Israel from all his iniquities And also is redemption most plenteous with him ●… And from all his iniquities he Israel shall redeem PSAL. CXXXI LOrd my heart is not haughty nor mine 〈◊〉 lo●…ty neither do I exercise my self in gre●… matters or in things too high for me MIne heart O Lord not haughtie is mine eyes not lo●…ty be I meddle not in matters great or things too high for me 2 Surely I have behaved and quieted my self as a child that is weaned of his mother 2 Surely my self I have behav'd and quieted in this Most like unto a childe that of his mother weaned is My soul is even as a weaned child 3 Let Israel hope in the Lord from henceforth and for ever My soul 's ev'n as a weaned child 3 Let Israel altogether Put all their hope into the Lord from henceforth and for ever PSAL. CXXXII LOrd remember David and all his afflictions 2 How he sware unto the Lord and vowe●… unto the might●…e God of Iacob DAvid and his afflictions all O Lord remember thou 2 How to God Jacobs mighty God he sware and made a vow 3 Surely I will not come into the tabernacle of my house nor go up into my bed 4 I will not give sleep to mine eyes or slumber to my eye-lids 3 Sure to my house tent I 'le not come nor to my bed up go 4 Sleep to mine eyes or mine eye-lids I 'le slumber not give to 5 Untill I finde out a place for the Lord an habitation for the mighty God of Iacob 5 Untill that I do for the Lord a place to make abode Find out an habitation for Jacobs mighty God 6 Lo we heard of it at Ephrata we found it in the fields of the wood 6 Lo at the place of Ephrata of it we understood And we did find it in the fields that were within the wood 7 We will go into his tabernacles we will worship at his footstool 8 Arise O Lord into thy rest thou and the ark of thy strength 7 We at his footstool worship will we to his tents will go 8 Thou Lord and of thy strength the ark arise thy rest into 9 Let thy priests be clothed with righteousnesse and let thy saints shout for joy 9 Let thou thy priests with righteousnesse be clothed all about And let all them that are thy saints for joy most gladly shout 10 For thy servant Davids sake turn not away the face of thine anointed 10 Of thine Anointed let the face away not turned be And that for Davids sake who is a servant unto thee 11 The Lord hath sworn in truth unto David he will not turn from it of the fruit of thy body will I set upon thy throne 11 God hath to David sworn in truth not turn he will from it The fruit I 'le of thy body make upon thy Throne to sit 12 If thy children will keep my covenant an●… my testimonie that I shall teach them their children also shall sit upon thy throne for evermore 12 My covenant if thy children keep and law I teach them all Upon thy Throne for ever sit their children also shall 13 For the Lord hath chosen Zion he hath desired it for his habitation 14 This is my rest for ever heere will I dwell for I have desired it 13 For God of Zion hath made choise to dwell there he requir'd 14 This still my rest is heer I 'le dwell for I have it desir'd 15 I will abundantly blesse her provision I will satisfie her poor with bread 15 I will blesse her provision and that abundantly And those that are her poor I will with bread all satisfy 16 I will also clothe her priests with salvation and her saints shall shout aloud for joy 16 I with salvation will also her priests all cloath about And these that are her Saints likewise for joy aloud shall shout 17 There will I make the horn of David to bud I have ordained a lamp for mine anointed 17 There I the horn of David will make for to bud anone A lamp I there ordained have for mine Anointed one 18 His enemies will I clothe with shame but upon himself shall his crown flourish 18 Those who to him are enemies I 'le cloath with shame eachone But yet the crown that is his own himself shall flourish on PSAL. CXXXIII BEhold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in amity BEhold how good a thing it is how pleasant must it be For Brethren thus together heer to dwell in unitie 2 It is like the precious ointment upon the head that ran down upon the beard even Aarons beard that went down to the skirts of his garments 2 Like precious ointment on the head it 's that the beard ran on Ev'n Aarons beard that to the skirts went of his garments down 3 As the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion for there the Lord commanded the blessing even life for evermore 3 As Hermons dew as dew which down the Zions hills ran o're For there the blessing God commands ev'n life for evermore PSAL. CXXXIIII BEhold blesse ye the Lord all ye servants of the Lord which by night stand in the house of the Lord. BEhold blesse ye the Lord all ye that serve the Lord aright Ye who of him that is the Lord stand in the house by night 2. Lift up your hands in the sanctuary and blesse the Lord. 3 The Lord that made heaven and earth blesse thee out of Sion 2 Your hands lift in the Sanctuary and there the Lord blesse ye 3 The Lord that heaven made and earth blesse out of Zion thee PSAL. CXXXV PRaise the Lord praise ye the Name of the Lord praise him O ye servants of the LORD 2 Ye that stand in the house of the Lord in the courts of the house of our God PRaise God ye servants of the Lord praise Gods name praise him ye 2 Who in Gods house stand in the courts of our Gods house that be 3 Praise the Lord for the Lord is good sing praises unto his Name for it is pleasant 3 Praise ye the Lord for God is good and praises do ye sing Unto his Name and that because it is a pleasant thing 4
hand and his holy arme him victory hath won 2 The Lord hath made known his salvation his righteousnesse hath he openly shewed in the sight of the hea●…hen 9 The Lord he his salvation hath made for to be known In heathens sight his righteousnesse he openly hath shown 3 He hath remembred his mercy and his truth toward the house of Israel all the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God 3 To Isra'ls house of mercy he and truth hath mindfull been Yea the salvation of our God all ends of earth have seen 4 Make a joyfull noise unto the Lord all the earth make a loud noise and rejoye and sing praise 4 O all the earth unto the Lord make ye a joyfull noise And do ye make a noise aloud sing praises and rejoice 5 Sing unto the Lord with the harp with the harp and the voice of a psalm 6 With trumpets and with sound of cornet make a joyfull noise before the Lord the King 5 With harp with harp unto the Lord with voice of psalmes sing 6 With Cornets Trumps make joyfull noise before the Lord the King 7 Let the sea roar and the fulnesse thereof the world and they that dwell therein 8 Let the flouds clap their hands and the hils be ioyfull together 7 The sea let and its fulnesse roar the world and there that dwell 8 Let floods clap hands together let the hils in joy excell 9 Before the Lord for he cometh to judge the earth with righteousnesse shall he judge the world and the people with equity 9 Before the Lord for earth to judge he commeth speedily The world with justice people al 's he 'le judge with equity PSAL. XCIX THe Lord reigneth let the people tremble he sitteth between the cherubims let the eorth be moved THe Lord himself alone doth reign let all the people quake He sits between the cherubims let all the earth now s●…ake 2 The Lord is great in Sion and he is high above all people 3 Let them praise thy great and terrible Name for it is holy 2 The Lord 's in Zion great and is all people high above 3 Thy dreadfull great Name let them praise for holy it doth prove 4 The Kings strength also loveth judgement thou dost establish equity thou ex●…utest judgement and righteousnesse in Iacob 4 The Kings strength al 's doth judgement love thou setlest uprightnesse In Jacob thou dost execute judgement and righteousnesse 5 Exalt the Lord our God and worship at his footstool for he is holy 5 Do ye exalt the Lord our God at footstool that is his Do ye give worship unto him for that he holy is 6 Moses and Aaron among his priests and Samuel among them that call upon his Name they called upon the Lord and he answered them 6 With Moses Aaron 'mongst his Priests Samuell 'mong them that call Upon his Name they call'd on God and them he answer'd all 7 He spake unto them in the cloudy pillar they kept the testimonies and the ordinance that he gave them 7 He in the cloudy pillar spake unto them and they have His Testimonies also kept and ord'nance ●…e them gave 8 Thou answeredst them O Lord our God thou wast a God that ●…orgavest them though thou tookest vengean●… of th●…ir inventions 8 Thou answerdst them O Lord our God God that them ●…orgave Though thou of their inventions a vengeance then didst crave 9 Exalt the Lord our God and worship at 〈◊〉 holy hill for th●… Lord our God is holy Do ye exalt the Lord our God and at his holy hill Do ye him worship for the Lord our God is holy still PSAL. C. MAke a joyfull noise unto the Lord all ye lands 2. Serve the Lord with gladnesse come beforo his presence with singing O All ye lands un●…o the Lord make ye a joyfull noise 2 Serve God with gladnes him before come ye with singing voice 3 Know ye that the Lord he is God it is he tha●… hath made us and not we our selves we are his people and the sheep of his pasture 3 Know ye the Lord that he is God he made us and not wee His people and the sheep likewise we of his pasture be 4 Enter into his gates with thanksgiving and into his courts with praise be thankfull unto him and blesse his Name 4 Enter his gates with thanks and in his courts his praise proclam̄e Unto him also thankfull be and d●…ye blesse his Name 5 For the Lord is good his mercy is ever lasting and his truth endureth to all gene rations 5 For he that is the Lord is good his mercy's eternall And al 's his truth it doth endure to generations all PSAL. CI. I Will sing of mercy and ju●…gement unto thee O Lord will I sing 2 I will behave my self wisely in a perfect way OF mercy I 'le and judgement sing sing to thee Lord I will 2 I in a perfect way my self behave will wisely still O when wilt thou come unto me I will walk within my house with a perfect heart O when wilt thou come unto me I will in every part Within the house that is mine own walk with a per●…ite heart 3 I will set no wicked thing before mine eyes I hate the work of them that turn aside it shall not cleave to me 3 I will not set before mine eyes the things that wicked be I hate their work that turn aside it shall not cleave to me 4 A froward heart shall depart from me I will not know a wicked person 4 A heart also that froward is shall far from me depart And I will not a person know that wicked is in heart 5 Whoso privily slandereth his neighbour him will I cut off him that hath an high look and a proud heart will I not suffer 5 I 'le him cut off that slandereth his neighbour privily Whose look is high and heart is proud not suffer him will I. 6 Mine eyes shall be upon the faithfull of the land that they may dwell with me he that walketh in a perfect way hee shall serve me 6 Upon the faithfull of the land mine eye shall be that they May with me dwel he serve me shall that walks in perfect way 7 He that worketh deceit shall not dwell within my house he that telleth lies shall not tarry in my sight 7 He also that deceit doth work shall in my house not dwell He shall not tarry in my sight that loveth lies to tell 8 I will early destroy all the wicked of th●… land that I may cut of all wicked doers fro●… the citie of the Lord. 8 Yea all the wicked of the land destroy I early will That from Gods city so I may cut off all doers ill PSAL. CII HEar my prayer O Lord and let my cry come unto thee 2 Hide not thy face from me in the day when I am in trouble O Lord my prayer do thou hear let my cry come to thee 2 In day when I
For the Lord hath chosen Iacob unto himself and Israel for his peculiar treasure 5 For I know that the Lord is great and that our Lord is above all gods 4 For God chus'd Jacob to himself his treasure is Isra'l 5 For God I know is great our Lord he gods above is all 6 Whatsoever the Lord pleased that did he in heaven and in earth in the seas and all deep plates 6 What thing soev'r the Lord did please that in the heav'n did he And in the earth in seas and all deep places that there be 7 He causeth the vapours to ascend from the ends of the earth he maketh lightnings for the rain he bringeth the wind out of his treasuries 7 He from the ends of earth doth cause the vapours to ascend For rain he lightnings makes he doth winds from his treasures send 8 Who smote the first-born of Egypt both of man and beast 9 who sent tokens and wonders into the midst of thee O Egypt 8 Who smote of Egypt the first born of man and beast that be 9 Who wonders signes O Egyp●…sent into the midst of thee Upon Pharaoh and upon all his servants 10 Who smote great nations and slew mighty kings And also upon Pharao and all his servants there 10 Who smot great Nations and slew the Kings that mighty were 11 Sihon king of the Amorites and Og king of Bashan and all the kingdomes of Canaan 11 Sihon King of the Amorites and Og of Bashan king And all the kingdomes wherein did those of Canaan reigne 12 And gave their land for an heritage an heritage unto Israel his people 12 And for a pleasant heritage he with a liberall hand An heritage to Israel his people gave their land 13 Thy Name O Lord endureth for ever and thy memoriall O Lord throughout all generations 13 For ever Lord thy Name endures and thy memoriall It surely is O Lord throughout the generations all 14 For the Lord will judge his people and he will repent himself concerning his servants 14 For he that is the mighty Lord will judge his people still Concerning those that do him serve repent himself he will 15 The idols of the heathen are silver and gold the work of mens hands 16 They have mouths but they speak not eyes have they but they see not 15 The heathens idols silver gold works of mens hands they be 16 They mouths have but they do not speak eyes have they but not see 17 They have ears but they hear not neither is there any breath in their mouths 18 They that make them are like unto them so is every one that trusteth in them 17 Ears have they but they do not hear no breath their mouthes hath past 18 They that them make are like to them so all that in them trust 19 Blesse the Lord O house of Israel blesse the Lord O house of Aaron 20 Blesse the Lord O house of Levi ye that fear the Lord blesse the Lord. 19 O house of Israel blesse the Lord blesse God O Aarons house 20 O house of Levi blesse the Lord ye that fear God him blesse 21 Blessed be the Lord out of Zion which dwelleth at Ierusalem Praise ye the Lord. 21 Out of the hill of Zion now the Lord God blessed be Which dwelleth at Jerusalem praise to the Lord give ye PSAL. CXXXVI O Give thanks unto the Lord for he is good for his mercy endureth for ever 2 O give thanks unto the God of gods for his mercy endureth for euer O Thanks give to the Lord For he is good surely 2 To God of gods accord To give thanks chearfully For his mercy Which is most sure Doth still endure Eternally 3 O give thanks to the Lord of lords for his mercy endureth for ever 4 To him who alone doth great wonders for his mercy endureth for ever 3 Unto the Lord of lords Give hearty thanks anone 4 To him who by his words Great wonders doth alone For his mercy c. 5 To him that by wisdome made the heavens for his mercy endureth for ever 6 To him that stretched out the earth above the waters for his mercy endureth for ever 5 To him that as ye see Heav'ns made by 's wisdome move 6 And stretch'd the earth to be The waters great above For his mercy c. 7 To him that made great lights for his mercy endureth for ever 8 The Sun to rule by day for his mercy endureth for ever 7 To him that by his might Made great lights shine alway 8 The Sun that is most bright For to bear rule by day For his mercy c. 9 The Moon and Stars to rule by night for his mercy endureth for ever 9 The Moon he made also And glistring Stars with light In their right course to go To rule the darkest night For his mercy c. 10 To him that smote Egypt in their first-born for his mercy endureth for ever 10 To him that mighty smot Egypt a land forlorn Who by his anger hote Did kill all their first born For his mercy c. 11 And brought out Israel from among them for his mercy endureth for ever 12 With a strong hand and with a stretched-out arm for his mercy endureth for ever 11 And brought out from that land His Isra'l without harme 12 With a most mighty hand And with a stretch'd out arme For his mercy c. 13 To him which diuided the Red sea into parts for his mercy endureth for ever 14 And made Israel to passe thorow the midst of it for his mercy endureth for ev●…r 13 To him which did divide The red Sea into two 14 And did his Israel guide Ev'n through its midst also For his mercy c. 15 But overthrew Pharaoh and his host in the Red-sea for his mercy endureth for ever 15 But overthrew Pharo By his arme that is hie And his great host also In midst of the red Sea For his mercy c. 16 To him which led his people thorow the wildernesse for his mercy endureth for ever 16 To him which did indeed His people in distresse In his great mercie lead Ev'n through the wildernesse For his mercy c. 17 To him which smote great kings for his mercy endureth for ever 18 And slew famous kings for his mercy endureth for ever 17 To him which also smot The Kings of greatnesse rare 18 And slew in anger hot Kings that most famous were For his mercy c. 19 Sihon king of the Amorites for his mercy endureth for ever 20 And Og the king of Bashan for his mercy endureth for ever 19 Ev'n Sihon that did reign The Amorites among 20 And Og to whom as King The Bashan did belong For his mercy c. 21 And gave their land for an heritage for his mercy endureth for ever 22 Even an heritage unto Israel his servant for his mercy endureth for ever 21 An heritage to be Their land he also gave 22 An heritage gave he For
prosper 4 The ungodly are not so but are like th●… chaffe which the winde driveth away His leafe not wither shall and what he doth shall prosper ay 4 Th'ungodly are not so but driv'n like chaffe by winde away 5 Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgement nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous 5 Therefore not in the judgement stand th' ungodly shall at all Nor in the congregation of righteous sinners shall 6 For the Lord knoweth the way of the righteous but the way of the ungodly shall perish 6 For well the Lord the way doth know of those that righteous be But of ungodly men the way shall perish utterlie PSALME II. WHy do the heathen rage and the people imagine a vain thing WHat is the cause that heathen men their rage do not restrain And that the people do a thing imagine that is vain 2 The Kings of the earth set themselves ●…nd the rulers take counsell together against ●…he Lord and against his Anointed saying 2 Kings of the earth do set themselves and Rulers thereupon Gainst God together counsell take and his Anointed One 3 Let us break their bands asunder and ●…ast away their cords from us 4 He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh ●…he Lord shall have them in derision 3 Let us asunder break their bands and cords cast from us all 4 He that sits in the heav'n shall laugh the Lord deride them shall 5 Then shall hee speak unto them in his ●…ath and vex them in his sore displeasure 6 Yet have I set my King upon my holy hill●…f Sion 5. Then in his wrath hee 'l speak to them displeasd sore vex them will 6 Yet have I set my King upon Sion my holy hill 7 I will declare the decree the Lord hath said un o me Thou art my Son this day have I begotten thee 7 Now the decree declare I will the Lord hath said to me Thou art mine only Son this day I have begotten thee 8 ask of me and I shall give thee the heathen for thine inheritance and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession 8 Ask me and for thine heritage I 'le heathen give to thee The utmost parts of earth they shall for thy possession be 9 Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron thou shalt dash them in pieces like a 〈◊〉 vessell 9 Thou with a rod of iron them shalt break and thou withall Like to a potters vessell ●…halt them dash in peices small 10 Be wise now therefore O ye Kings be instructed ye judges of the earth 10 Now therefore O ye that are kings be wise in what ye do And ye the Judges of the earth instructed be also 11 Serve ye the Lord with fear and rejoy●… with trembling 12 Kisse the Son least he be angry 11 Serve ye the Lord with fear and al 's rejoyce with trembling ye 12 Do ye him kis●…e that is the Son lest that he angry be And ye perish from the way when his wra●…h is kindled but a little Blessed are all they that out their trust in him And when his wrath but kindled is a little from the way Y●… perish but who in him trust most blessed are all they PSAL. III. LOrd how are they increased that trouble me many are they that rise up against me LORD how are they increased thus that now doe trouble me They who against me do rise up in number many be 2 Many there be which say of my ●…oul There is no help for him in God Scl●…h 3 But thou O Lord art a shield for me my glory and the lifter up of mine head ●… Of my soul many say for him in God's no help indeed 3 But thou my shield and glory art th●… uplifter of mine head 4 I cried unto the Lord with my voice and he heard me out of his holy hill Selah 5 I laid me down and slept I awaked for the Lord sustained me 4 With voice I cri'd to God out of his holy hill heard he 5 I laid me down and slept I wak'd for GOD sustained me 6 I will not be afraid of ten thousands of people that have set themselves against me●… round about 6 I surely will not be afraid of thousands ten most stout Of people that have set themselves against me round about 7 Arise O Lord save me O my God for thou hast smitten all mine enemies upon the cheek bone thou hast broken the teeth of the ungodly 7 Arise O Lord save me my God for thou hast smitten all My foes on the cheek bone thou hast th' ungodlies teeth broke small 8 Salvation belongeth unto the Lord thy blessing is upon thy people Selah 8 Now unto him that is the Lord belongs salvation The blessing also which is thine thy people is upon Selah PSALME IV. HEar me when I call O God of my righteousnesse thou hast enlarged me when I was in distresse have mercy upon me and hear my prayer O Do thou hear me when I call God of my righteousnesse Have mercy hear my prayer thou hast inlarg'd me in distresse 2 O ye sons of men how long will ye turn my glory into shame how long will ye love vanity and seek after leasiug Selah 2 O sons of men how long will ye my glory turn to shame How long will ye love vanity and leasing seek to frame Selah 3 But know that the Lord hath set apart him that is godly for himself the Lord will hear when I call unto him 3 But know that for himself the Lord him that is godly heer Hath set apart the Lord when I unto him call will hear 4 Stand in aw and sinne not commune with your own heart upon your bed and 〈◊〉 still Selah 4 Stand ye in aw and do not sin to commune have a will With your own heart upon your bed and be ye also still Selah 5 Offer the sacrifices of righteousnesse and put your trust in the Lord. 5 The sacrifices offer up of righteousnesse that be And into him that is the Lord your confidence put ye 6 There be many that say Who will shew vs any good Lord lift thou up the light of thy countenance upon us 6 Who will to us shew any good there many be that say Lord of thy countenance the light lift up on us alway 7 Thou hast put gladnesse in my heart more then in the time that their corn and their wine increased 7 Thou hast in mercy gladnesse put into this heart of mine More then in time increased were their corn and al 's their wine 8 I will both lay me down in peace and sleep for thou Lord onely makest me dwell in safety 8 I will both lay me down in peace and sleep will also well For thou Lord only makest me in safety for to dwell PSALME V. GIve ear to my words O Lord consider my meditation 2 Hearken unto the voice of my cry my king 〈◊〉 my God for unto thee will I
for the righteous God the hearts and reins doth try 10 My defence is of God which saveth the upright in heart 11 God judgeth the righteous and God is angry with the wicked every day 10 Or God which saves 〈◊〉 right in heart is my defence alway 11 The just God judgeth with the bad God's angry every day 12 If he turn not he will wh●…t his sword he hath bent his bowe and made it readie 12 If that he doth not turn again his sword then whet will he He hath his bow bent and hath it made ready for to be 13 He hath also prepared for him the instruments of death he ordaineth his arrows against the persecutors 13 He hath also prepar'd for him the instruments of death Against the persecutors he his arrows ord ●…ineth 14 Behold he trav●…lleth with iniquitie and hath conceived mischief and brought forthfalshood 14 Behold he with iniquitie doth travell as in birth And he mischief conoeived hath and falshood hath broughr forth 15 He made a pit and digged it and is fal●… into the ditch which he made 15 He made a pit and digged it and he a fall did take Ev'n into that same very ditch which he himself did make 16 His mischief shall returne upon his own head and his violent dealing shall come down upon his own pate 16 Upon his own head shall return mischief which is his own His dealing that is violent shall on his pate come down 17 I will praise the Lord accordng to his righteousnesse and will sing praise to the Name of the Lord most High 17 According to his righteousnesse the Lord now praise will I And will sing praise unto the Name of God that is most hye PSALME VIII O Lord our Lord how excellent is thy Name in all the earth who hast set thy glory above the heavens O Lord our Lord how excellent in all the earth doth prove Thy name who thy great glory hast the heavens set above 2 Out of the mouth of babes and suckling●… hast thou ordained strength because of thine enemies that thou mightest still the enemie and the avenger 2 Thou hast ordain'd strength out of babe●… and sucklings mouths also Because of thy foes that thou migh'st th'avnger still and foe 3 When I consider thy heavens the work of thy fingers the moon and the stars which thou hast ordained 3 When I thy heav'ns consider that work of thy fingers be The moon and likewise all the stars that were ordain'd by thee 4 What is man that thou art mindfull of him and the son of man that thou visitest him 4 O what is man that thou of him should thus so mindfull be And what mans son that he should so be visited by thee 5 For thou hast made him a little lower then the Angels and hast crowned him with glory and honour 5 For then the Angels thou hast him a little lower made With glory and with honour al 's thou crowned hast his head 6 Thou madest him to have dominion over the works of thy hands thou hast put all things under his feet 6 Thou madst him have dominion ov'r the works of thy hand Under his feet thou also hast put all things by command 7 All sheep and oxen yea and the beasts of the field 8 The fowle of the air and the fish of the sea 7 All sheep and oxen yea and al 's beasts of the field that be 8 The fowle that is into the air and fishes of the sea And whatsoever passeth thorow the pathes of the seas 9 O Lord our Lord how excellent is thy name in all the earth And whatsoever through the paths doth of the seas passe forth 9 O Lord our Lord how excellent 's thy Name in all the earth PSALME IX I Will praise thee O Lord with my whole heart I will shew forth all thy marvellous works WIth my whole heart I will O Lord give praises unto thee Thy works all that are marvellous shall be shown forth by me 2 I will be glade and rejoice in thee I will sing praises to thy Name O thou most High 2 I will be very glade and al 's rejoice in thee will I I will sing praise unto thy Name O thou that art most hye 3 When mine enemies are turned back they shall fall and perish at thy presence 4 For thou hast maintained my right and my cause thou satest in the throne judging right 3 When back my foes are turn'd they 'l fall and perish at thy sight 4 For thou my right and cause maintaindst in throne satst judging right 5 Thou hast rebuked the heathen thou hast destroyed the wicked thou hast put out their name for ever and ever 5 The heathen thou rebuked hast the wicked all about Thou hast destroy'd thou hast their na●… for ever and ever put our 6 O thou enemie destructions are come to a perpetuall end and thou hast destroyed Cities their memoriall is perished with them 6 O en'mie come destructions are to end perpetuall Thou cities raz'd perish'd with them is their memoriall 7 But the Lord shall endure for ever he●… hath prepared his throne for judgement 7 But he that is the Lord he shall for evermore endure He hath the throne that is his own prepar'd for judgement sure 8 And he shall judge the world in righteousnesse he shall minister judgement to the People in uprightnesse 8 And he the world all well shall judge in perfect righteousnesse He shall to people minister judgement in uprightnesse 9 The Lord also will be a refuge for the oppressed a refuge in times of trouble 9 The Lord also will a refuge for the oppressed be And in the times of trouble great be a refuge will he 10 And they that know thy name will put their trust in thee for thou Lord hast not forsaken them that seek thee 10 And they all that thy Name do know will trusting in thee be For thou Lord not forsaken hast them that seek after thee 11 Sing praises to the Lord which dwelleth in Sion declare among the people his doings 11 Do ye Sing praises to the Lord which doth in Sion dwell Among them that the people are do ye his doings tell 12 When he maketh inquisition for bloud he remembreth them he forgetteth not the cry of the humble 12 When he makes inquisition for bloud he 'le them remember And he of them that humble are the cry forgetteth never 13 Have mercie upon me O Lord consider my trouble which I suffer of them that hate me thou that liftest me up from the gates of death 13 Have mercie Lord my trouble weigh which of them that me hate I suffer thou that dost of death me lift up from the gate 14 That I may shew forth all thy praise in the gates of the daughter of Sion I will rejoyce in thy salvation 14 That I in Sions daughters gates the praise that 's thine alone May all shew forth I will rejoice in thy salvation 15 The
shall be the portion of their cup. 6 Upon the wicked snares and fire and brimstone rain shall he And fearfull tempest of their cup this shall the portion be 7 For the righteous Lord loveth righteousnesse his countenance doth behold the upright 7 For that the righteous Lord he doth in righteousnesse delight His countenance it doth behold the man that is upright PSAL. XII HElp Lord for the godly man ceaseth for the faithfull fail from among the children of men HElp LORD for that the godly man doth cease at all to be For from among the Sons of men the faithfull fail we see 2 They speak vanity every one with his neighbour with flattering lips and with a double heart do they speak 2 They with his neighbour every one do speak but vanity With flattring lips and with a heart that 's double speak do they 3 The Lord shall cut off all flattering lips and the tongue that speaketh proud things 4 Who have said with our tongue will we prevaile our lips are our own who is Lord over us 3 God ●…all all flattering lips cut off tongues that speak proud things thus 4 We 'le with our tongues prevail our lips are ours who 's Lord ov'r us 5 For the oppression of the poor for the sighing of the needy now will I arise saith the Lord I will set him in safety from him that puffeth at him 5 Now for th' oppression of the poor and needies sighing still I 'le rise saith God from him that puffe him safely set I will 6 The words of the Lord are pure words as silver tryed in a furnace of earth purified ●…even times 6 Pure words are the words of the Lord as silver that is try'd Within a furnace made of earth there sev'n times purify'd 7 Thou shalt keep them O Lord thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever 8 The wicked walk on every side when the vilest men are exalted 7 Lord from this race for ever them keep and preserve thou shalt 8 On each side walk the wicked when they vilest men exalt PSAL. XIII HOw long wilt thou forget me O Lord for ever how long wilt thou hide thy face from me HOw long Lord wilt thou me forget for ever shall this be How long time shall it be that thou wilt hide thy face from me 2 How long shall I take counsell in my soul having sorrow in my heart daily how long shall mine enemie be exalted over me 2 How long take counsell in my soul shall I and daily be In heart sad how long shall my so exalted be ov'r me 3 Consider and hear me O Lord my God lighten mine eyes lest I sleep the sleep of death 3 Consider thou O Lord my God and hearken to me now Lest that I sleep the sleep of death mine eyes enlighten thou 4 Lest mine enemie say I have prevailed against him and those that trouble me rejoyce when I am moved 4 Lest I against him have prevail'd my foe say and the same That do me trouble shoud rejoyce when as I moved am 5 But I have trusted in thy mercy my hea●… shall rejoyce in thy salvation 5 But in thy mercy surely I have put my trust alone My heart within me shall rejoyce in thy salvation 6 I will sing unto the Lord because he hath ●…alt bountifully with me 6 I will sing praise unto the Lord and that because that he Most bountifully in all things hath ever dealt with me PSAL. XIIII THe fool hath said in his heart There is n●… God they are corrupt they have done abominable works there is none that doth good THe fool he hath within his heart said that God there is none They are corrupt their works are vile that does good there 's not one 2 The Lord looked down from heaven upon the children of men to see if there were any that did understand and seek God 2 The Lord from heaven looked down on mens children to see If any understood and would of God the seekers be 3 They are all gone aside they are all together become filthy there is none that doth good no not one 3 They all together filthy are they all aside are gone And there is none that doeth good yea surely no not one 4 Have all the workers of iniquity no knowledge who eat up my people as they eat bread and call not upon the Lord. 4 The workers of iniquity have they no knowledge all Who eat my people up as bread and on the Lord not call 5 There were they in great fear for God is in the generation of the righteous 5 There were they all in a great fear for the Lord God is he That in the generation is of those that righteous be 6 You have shamed the counsell of the 〈◊〉 ●…ecause the Lord is his refuge 7 O that the salvation of Israel come●…t ●…t of Sion 6 The poors counsell you sham'd because God's his refuge alone 7 O that come out of Sion were Isral's salvation When the Lord bringeth back the captivity of his people Iacob shall rejoice and Israel shall be glade When of his people back the Lord brings the captivitie At that time Jacob shall rejoice and Israel glade shall be PSAL. XV. LOrd who shall abide in thy tabernacle wh●… shall dwell in thy holy hill LOrd who within thy tabernacle shall have abiding still Or who shall have his dwelling place within thy holy hill 2 He that walketh uprightly and worketh righteousnesse and speaketh the truth in his heart 2 The man that walketh uprightly and worketh righteousnesse And as it is within his heart the trueth he doth expresse 3 He that backbiteth not with his tongue nor doth evill to his neighbour nor taketh up a reproach against his neighbour 3 He that backbites not with his tongue nor doth his neighbour ill Nor 'gainst his neighbour a reproach to take up hath a will 4 In whose eyes a vile person is contemned but he honoureth them that fear the Lord he that sweareth to his own hurt and changeth not 4 In whose eyes is a person vile contemn'd but God who fear He honours them and changeth not though to his hurt he swear 5 He that putteth not out his money to usury nor taketh reward against the innocent he that doth these things shall never be moved 5 To usury puts not his coine nor take reward will he 'Gainst th' innocent who doth these things shall never moved be PSAL. XV. PReserve me O God for in thee do I put my trust 2 O my soul thou hast said unto the Lord Thou art my Lord my goodnesse extendeth no●… to thee LOrd save me for in thee I trust 2 To God my soul in mee Thou saidst thou art my Lord my good extendeth not to thee 3 But to the Saints that are in the earth and to the excellent in whom is all my delight 4 Their sorrow shall be multiplied that haste●… after another God 3 To Saints on earth to
have them all That they could not arise they get under my feet a fall 39 For thou hast girded me with strength unto the battell thou hast subdued under m●… those that rose up against