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A Psalm flofl Solomon. 1 Give the king thy judgements, O God, And thy righteousness unto the
king's son. "He shall judge thy people with
And thy poor with judgement. (3 The mountains shall bring peace to
the people, And the hills, 'in' righteousness. He shall judge the poor of the
people, He shall save the children of the
needy, And shall break in pieces the
oppressor. 5) They shall fear thee 'whilel the
the mown grass :
As showers that water the earth. 1 In his days shall the righteous
flourish; And abundance of peace, 'tilli the
moon 'be no morel. ☆ He shall have dominion also from
sea to sea, And from Sthe River unto the ends
of the earth. 9 They that dwell in the wilderness
shall bow before him; And his enemies shall lick the dust. The kings of Tarshish and of the
isles shall 4bring presents : The kings of Sheba and Seba shall
offer gifts. 11 Yea, all kings shall fall down before
(12) For he shall deliver the needy when
And the poor, 5that hath no helper. 13) He shall have pity on the poor
and needy, And the souls of the needy 'he' shall
save. 14 He shall redeem their soul from
Tloppression' and violence;
in his sight : 15 And 8they shall live; and to him
shall be given of the gold of
Sheba: "And men' shall 'pray for him con
tinually; B. They shall 'bless him all the day
long! 16 There shall be "abundance of corn
in the 10earth upon the top of the
like grass of the earth.
His name shall albe continued 12as
long as the sun : And men shall 18be blessed in him; All nations shall call him 'happy".
When I saw the prosperity of the
wicked. For there are no 16bands in their
death: But their strength is firm. They are not liin trouble as other
men; Neither are they plagued like other
12 Heb. before the sun.
VERSION OF 1611.-LXXII. (for); 3 (little).. by ; 5 as.. endure: so long as .. endureth ; 12 (also) :,(him): 13 spare; 14 deceit; 15 he .. Prayer also be made . . And daily . . he be praised; 16 a handful; 17 blessed. -LXXIII. 1 Truly ..of a clean ; 3 foolish. = 
Nevertheless I am continually with
thee: Thou hast holden my right hand. Thou shalt guide me with thy coun
sel, And afterward receive me 18to glory. Whom have I in heaven but thee And there is none upon earth that
I desire 141 beside thee. My flesh and my heart faileth: Bút God is the 15strength of my
heart and my portion for ever. For, lo, they that are far from thee
shall perish: Thou hast destroyed all them that
go a whoring from thee. But it is good for me to draw near
luntoi God: I have Imadel the Lord God 'my
refugel, That I may 'tell of all thy works.
6) Therefore pride 'is' as a chain about
their neck!; Violence covereth them as a gar
ment. 7 Their eyes stand out with fatness:
They have more than heart could
wish. 8 They Iscoff!, and lin wickedness
utteri oppression :
They speak loftily. 9 They have set their mouth Blin' the
heavens, And their tongue walketh through
the earth. Therefore this people return hither : And waters of a full cup are bwrung
out 'by them. 11 And they say, How doth God know?
And is there knowledge in the
Most High? 12 Behold, these are the 'wicked ;
And, being alway at easel, they in
crease in riches. 13) 'Surelyi in vain have I cleansed my
heart, And washed my hands in innocency; For all the day long have I been
And 6chastened every morning. 15 If I 'had said', I will speak thus;
Behold, I had dealt treacherously
with the generation of thy chil
dren. 16 When I thought thow I might!
"It was too painful for me; 17 Until I went into the sanctuary of
And consideredi their 'latter' end. 18 Surely thou 'settest' them in slip
pery places : Thou Icastesti them down 'tol 8de
struction. (19 How are they become al desolation
in a moment ! They are utterly consumed with
terrors. 20 As a dream when one awaketh ;
So, O Lord, 'when thou awakest,
thou shalt despise their image. 21 Fori my heart lowas grieved,
And I was pricked in my reins : 22 So 'brutishi llwas I, and ignorant;
I was as a beast 12before thee.
Maschil of Asaph. 1 O God, why hast thou cast us off
for ever? Why doth thine anger smoke against
the sheep of thy pasture? 2) Remember thy congregation, which
thou hast purchased of old, Which thou hast redeemed to be!
the stribel of thine inheritance; "Andi mount Zion, wherein thou
hast dwelt. 3 Lift up thy feet unto the perpetual
Truins!, 16All 'the evill that the enemy hath
done in the sanctuary. 4 Thine ladversaries have roaredi in
the midst of ithine assembly!; They 'havel set up their ensigns for
signs. 5 "They 17seemedi as imen that' lifted
Axes upon 'a thicket of trees. *6) Andi now lalli the carved work
thereof itogether! They break down with thatchet and
hammers. 7) They have 'set thy sanctuary lon!
fire; They have 'profaned! the dwelling
place of thy name leven! to the ground.
13 Or, Iwith! 14 Or, 'withi thee 15 Heb. rock. 16 Or, The enemy hath I wrought all
evil 17 Or, I made themselves known!
VERSION OF 1611.- 6 compasseth them; 8 are corrupt.. speak wickedly concerning : 9 against ; 10 to; 12 ungodly, Who prosper in the world; 13 Verily ; 15 say.. should offend against ; 16 to; 17 Then understood I; 18 didst set .. castedst into; 19 brought into .. (as); 21 Thus ; 22 foolish; 23 (me by); 25 besides ; 28 to. . put my trust in . . declare. LXXIV. 2 rod . . This; 3 desolations ; Even . . wickedly ; 4 enemies roar . . thy congregations; 5 A man was famous according .. he had..
the thick; 6 But .. At once .. axes; 7 cast .. into ..defiled by casting down. = 
8 They said in their 'heart!, Let us
Imake havoc oft them falto
gogues of God in the land.
knoweth how long: 10) How long, O God, shall the adver
sary reproach? Shall' the enemy blaspheme thy
name for ever? 11 Why 'drawest thou 'backl thy hand,
even thy right hand ? Pluck it out of thy bosom land con
Arise, O God, plead thine
cause : Remember how the foolish man
reproacheth thee 'all the dayi. Forget not the voice of thine'lad
versaries! : The tumult of those that rise up
against thee 10'ascendethicontinually.
'Yet! God is my King of old, Working salvation in the midst of
the earth. 13 Thou didst 2divide the sea by thy
strength : Thou brakest the heads of the
#dragons in the waters. 1 Thou brakest the heads of levia
than in pieces, 'Thou' gavest him to be meat to
the people inhabiting the wilder
ness. (15 Thou didst cleave fountain and
Thou driedst up 4mighty rivers. 16 The day is thine, the night also is
thine : Thou hast prepared the blight and
the sun. 17 Thou hast set all the borders of the
Thou hast made summer and winter. 18 Remember this, that the enemy
Chath reproached, O LORD,
blasphemed thy name. 19
O deliver not the soul of thy turtle
dove unto the 'wild beasti: Forget not the silifel of thy poor
for ever. 20 Have respect unto the covenant:
For the dark places of the Yearth
are full of the habitations of
Iviolencel. 21 Olet not the oppressed return
Men tell of thy wondrous works.
thereof are dissolved : I have 14seti up the pillars of it.
(Selah I said unto the 151arrogant!, Deal not
larrogantly! : And to the wicked, Lift not up the
horn: Lift not up your horn on high; 16Speak not with a stiff neck. For neither from the east, nor from
the west, Nor 'yet17from the 18south, cometh
Clifting up! But God is the judge: He putteth down one, and 'lifteth'
up another. For in the hand of the Lord there
is a cup, and the wine 191 foam
eth!; It is full of mixture, and he poureth
out of the same: "Surely! the dregs thereof, all the
wicked of the earth shall 20 wring
them out, and drink them. But I will declare for ever, I will sing praises to the God of
Jacob. All the horns of the wicked also
will I cut off ; But the horns of the righteous
shall be ilifted up!.
10r. I placest of lassembly!
& Or, I multitude! ? Heb. break up.
9 Or, Blandi * OT, sca-monsters!
10 Or, lwhichl ascendeth Or, lever-flowing !
11 Or, for that thy name is near thy * Heb. luminary,
wondrous works declare Or, hath reproached Ithel LORD
12 Heb, take. Or, thy turtledove unto the I greedy! 13 Or, I Whent the earth .. I set up multitude
14 Heb. proportioned.
15 Or, fools 18 Or, Speak not linsolentlyl with a
Thaughtyl neck 17 Or, from the Iwilderness of mount.
ainsi, cometh I judgement. 18 Heb. wilderness. 19 Or, is red 20 Or, Idrain!
VERSION OF 1611.-8 hearts . . destroy together . . burnt; 11 withdrawest; 12 For; 14 And; 15 (the) .. (the) ; 18 the; 19 multitude of the wicked . . congregation ; 20 cruelty ; 22 aily; 23 enemies, increaseth.
-LXXV. (To .. taschith ..or]; 1 (do)..(unto thec do)..(that)..declare; 2 receive -. congregation ; 3 bear; 4 fools. . foolishly; 6 promotion ; 7 setteth; 8 is red .. But; 10 exalted. = 
1 In Judah is God known:
His name is great in Israel. 2 In Salem also is his Itabernacle,
And his dwelling place in Zion. 3) There he brake the Barrows of the
bow; The shield, and the sword, and the battle.
[Selah 4) Glorious art thou and excellent,
4!from the mountains of prey. * 5 The stouthearted are spoiled, they
have slept their sleep; And none of the men of might have
found their hands. (6 At thy rebuke, O God of Jacob,
Both chariot and horse are cast
into a dead sleep. 7 Thou, even thou, art to be feared:
And who may stand in thy sight
when once thou art angry? 8 Thou didst cause Isentencei to be
heard from heaven;
The earth feared, and was still, 9 When God arose to judgement,
To save all the meek of the earth.
Surely the wrath of man shall
I Icomplain', and my spirit Blis! overwhelmed.
(Selah 4 Thou holdest mine eyes 'watching!:
I am so troubled that I cannot
speak. 5 I have considered the days of old,
The years of ancient times. 6 I call to remembrance my song in
the night: I commune with mine own heart;
And my spirit made diligent search. 7 Will the Lord cast off for ever?
And will he be favourable no more? 8 Is his mercy clean gone for ever?
Doth his promise fail for ever
more? 9 Hath God forgotten to be gracious?
Hath he in anger shut up his tender mercies?
(Selah * 10 And I said, This is my infirmity;
"But I will remember the years
of the right hand of the Most
High. 11 I will make mention of the ideeds!
of 8the LORD; 'Fori I will remember thy wonders
of old. 12 I will meditate also lupon! all thy
And muse on thy doings. 13) Thy way, O God, is 'in the sanct.
Who is a great god 'like untol God? 14 Thou art the God that doest won
ders : Thou hast 'made known' thy
strength among the 'peoples!. 15 Thou hast with thine arm redeemed
The sons of Jacob and Joseph. (Selah 16 The waters saw thee, O God;
The waters saw thee, they lowere
The depths also trembledi. 17 The clouds poured out water;
The skies sent out a sound:
Thine arrows also went abroad. 18 The voice of thy thunder was in
the "whirlwindi; The lightnings lightened the world:
The earth trembled and shook. 19 Thy way 'was in the sea,
And thy 'paths' in the great waters,
And thy footsteps 'werel not known. 20 Thou leddest thy people like a
flock, By the hand of Moses and Aaron.
The 'residuel of wrath shalt thou
sigird upon theel. Vow, and pay unto the LORD your
God: Let all that be round about him
bring presents unto him that
ought to be feared. He shall cut off the spirit of
princes : He is terrible to the kings of the
I Forl the Chief Musician ; lafter the man
ner of: Jeduthun. A Psalm of Asaph.
5 Or, restrain
Most High Idoth change!
8 Heb. Jah 9 Or, in Tholiness! 10 Or, were lin pain
VERSION OF 1611.- LXXVI. [To .. Neginoth or]; 4 more .. than ; 6 (the); 8 judgment; 10 remainder . . restrain. LXXVII. (To..to); 1 cried.. gave; 2 sore ran..
.. ceased; 3 remembered .. was troubled..complained .. was ; 4 waking; 11 remember .. works .. Surely; 12 of .. talk of ; 13 so ..as our; 14 declared.. people ; 16 were troubled; 18 heaven; 19 is.. path .. are. = = (39)
ed forgotten to be
in anger shut up es? zid, This is my idora
will remember - right hand of
ake mention of the - LORD; vill remember thjes
And gave them drink labundantly!
as out of the depths. 16 He brought streams also out of the
rock, And caused waters to run down
like rivers. 17) Yet 'went they lon still to sin!
against him, "To rebel against the Most High
in 8the Idesertl. 18 And they tempted God in their
By asking meat for their lust. 19 Yea, they spake against God;
They said, Can God 'preparel a
table in the wilderness ? Behold, he smote the rock, that
waters gushed out, And streams overflowed ; Can he give bread also ? "Willi he provide Aesh for his
people ? (21 Therefore the LORD heard, and was
Israel; 22 Because they believed not in God,
And trusted not in his salvation.
And opened the doors of heaven; 24 And the rained down manna upon
them to eat, And igavel them of the corn of
heaven. 25 "Man did eatsithe bread of the
He sent them meat to the full. 26 He caused 'thel east wind to blow
in the heaven: And by his power he .guided the
south wind. 27 He rained flesh also upon them as
the Iseasi : 28 And he let it fall in the midst of
editate also lupoel 1:
Give ear, O my people, to my 'law:
my mouth. 2 I will open my mouth in a parable;
I will utter dark sayings of old: 3 Which we have heard and known,
And our fathers have told us.
the praises of the LORD, And his strength, and his 'won
drousl works that he hath done. 5 For he established a testimony in
known to their children: 6 That the generation to come might
know them, even the children
which should be born; Who should arise and itelli them
to their children: i That they might set their hope
But keep his commandments : 8
And might not be as their fathers,
heart aright, And whose spirit was not stedfast
with God. 9 The children of Ephraim, being
armed and carrying bows,
Turned back in the day of battle. 10 They kept not the covenant of God,
And refused to walk in his law; 11) And they forgat his Idoings!,
And his Twondrous' works that he
had shewed them. 12
Marvellous things did he in the
sight of their fathers, In the land of Egypt, in the field
of Zoan. 13
He clavel the sea, and caused
them to pass through; And he made the waters to stand
as lan! heap. 14
In the day-time also he led them
with a cloud, And all the night with a light of
fire. (15 He clave rocks in the wilderness,
nast Imade koon th among the perilo st with thine arm res ople, 5 of Jacob and Josept ers saw thee, O GES ers saw thee, the chs also Itremblet! ds poured out water s sent out a sound rows also went aliments ce of the thunder a hirlwindi: tnings lightened the r h trembled and shut wasl in the sea. paths' in the great ddest 'thy people
Round about their habitations.
filled; "And he gave them that they
lusted after They were not estranged from their
lust, Their meat was yet in their mouths,
footsteps 'were not be
and of Moses and 103
10r, Iteaching! Or, that I prepared I not their heart
* Or, la dry land!
5 Heb. led forth the east wind.
VERSION OF 1611.-LXXVIII. 4 shewing .. wonderful; 6 declare ; 11 wonders ; 13 divided . . a; 15 (the) .. great; 17 And..sinned . . more.. By provoking..
Wilderness ; 19 furnish ; 20 (the) . . (the). Can; 21 (this)..so..
came; 23 Though .. (had). . clouds from ; 24 had.. had given ; 25 angels food; 26 an .. brought in ; 27 feathered fowls like .. sea; 29 For.. their own desire; 30 (But while). = 
.. than ; 6 (the); 9. 141 Ore ran.. ceased, 3 res Surely; 12 d., path..are. =