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Psalm 1:6 Verses
19-1:1 Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsell of the vngodly: nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seate of the scornefull.
19-1:2 But his delight [is] in the lawe of God: and in [God] his lawe exerciseth himselfe day and night.
19-1:3 And he shalbe lyke a tree planted by the waters syde, that bryngeth foorth her fruite in due season: and whose leafe wythereth not, for whatsoeuer he doth it shall prosper.
19-1:4 [As for] the vngodly [it is] not so [with them:] but they [are] like the chaffe which the winde scattereth abrode.
19-1:5 Therefore the vngodly shall not [be able to] stande in the iudgement: neither the sinners in the congregation of the righteous.
19-1:6 For God knoweth the way of the righteous: and the way of the vngodly shall perishe.
Psalm 2:12 Verses
19-2:1 Why do the Heathen so furiously rage together? and why do the people imagine a vayne thing?
19-2:2 The kynges of the earth stande vp: and the rulers take counsell together against god, and against his annointed.
19-2:3 Let vs breake [say they] their bondes a sunder: and cast away their cordes from vs.
19-2:4 He that dwelleth in heauen wyll laugh them to scorne: the Lorde wyll haue them in derision.
19-2:5 Then wyll he speake vnto them in his wrath: and he wyll astonie them with feare in his sore displeasure.
19-2:6 [Saying] euen I haue annointed [him] my kyng: vpon my holy hyll of Sion.
19-2:7 I wyll declare the decree, God sayde vnto me: thou art my sonne, this day I haue begotten thee.
19-2:8 Desire of me, and I wyll geue thee the heathen for thyne inheritaunce: and the vttermost partes of the earth for thy possession.
19-2:9 Thou shalt bruise them with a rod of iron: and breake them in peeces like a potters vessell.
19-2:10 Wherfore be you nowe wel aduised O ye kinges: be you learned ye [that are] iudges of the earth.
19-2:11 Serue ye God in feare: and reioyce ye with a trembling.
19-2:12 Kisse ye the sonne lest that he be angrye, and [so] ye perishe [from] the way, if his wrath be neuer so litle kindled: blessed are all they that put their trust in hym.
Psalm 3:8 Verses
[A psalme of Dauid when he fled from the face of Absalom his sonne.]
19-3:1 O God howe are myne enemies increased? many do ryse vp against me.
19-3:2 Many say of my soule: there is no saluation for it in God. Selah.
19-3:3 But thou O God art a buckler for me: thou art my worship, and the lifter vp of my head.
19-3:4 I dyd call vpon God with my voyce, and he hearde me out of his holy hyll. Selah.
19-3:5 I layde me downe and slept: and I rose vp agayne, for God sustayned me.
19-3:6 I wyll not be afrayde of ten thousandes of the people: that haue set [them selues] against me rounde about.
19-3:7 Arise vp O God, saue thou me O my Lorde: for thou hast smitten all myne enemies vpon the cheeke bone, thou hast broken the teeth of the vngodly.
19-3:8 Saluation is of God: thy blessing is vpon thy people. Selah.
Psalm 4:8 Verses
[To the chiefe musition on Neginoth,
a psalme of Dauid.]
19-4:1 Heare me when I call O God of my righteousnesse: thou hast set me at libertie when I was in distresse.
19-4:2 O ye sonnes of men, how long [wyll ye go about to bryng] my glory to confusion? ye loue vanitie, ye seeke after lyes. Selah.
19-4:3 For ye must know that God hath chosen to him selfe a godly [man]: God wyl heare when I call vnto hym.
19-4:4 Be ye angry, but sinne not: commune with your owne heart in your chaumber, and be styll. Selah.
19-4:5 Offer the sacrifice of righteousnesse: and put your trust in God.
19-4:6 There be many that say, who wyll shewe vs [any] good? O God lift thou vp the light of thy countenaunce vpon vs.
19-4:7 Thou hast put gladnesse in my heart: since the time that their corne and wine increased.
19-4:8 I wyll lay me downe in peace and take my rest: for thou God only makest me to dwell in safetie.
Psalm 5:12 Verses
[To the chiefe musition vpon Nehiloth,
a psalme of Dauid.]
19-5:1 Geue eare vnto my wordes O God: vnderstande thou my pensifnesse.
19-5:2 Hearken thou vnto the voyce of my crying my kyng and my Lorde: for vnto thee I wyll make my prayer.
19-5:3 Thou shalt heare my voyce betymes O God: I wyll early in the morning direct [a prayer] vnto thee, and I wyll looke [for helpe from thee.]
19-5:4 For thou art the Lorde that hath no pleasure in wickednesse: neither can any euyll dwell with thee.
19-5:5 Suche as be foolishe, can not stande in thy sight: thou hatest all workers of iniquitie.
19-5:6 Thou wilt destroy them that make a lye: God wyll abhorre both the bloodthirstie and deceiptfull man.
19-5:7 As for me I wyll come into thyne house, [trusting] in the multitude of thy mercy: and in thy feare I will humble my selfe in thyne holy temple.
19-5:8 Leade me O God in thy righteousnesse, because of myne enemies: make thy way playne before my face.
19-5:9 For no trueth is in their mouth, their inwarde partes are very wickednesse: their throte is an open sepulchre, they flatter with their tongue.
19-5:10 Destroy thou them O Lord, let them perishe through their owne counsailes: cast them out in the multitude of their vngodlinesse, for they haue rebelled against thee.
19-5:11 And all they that trust in thee wyll reioyce, they wyll triumph for euer, because thou defendest them: and they that loue thy name, wyll be ioyfull in thee.
19-5:12 For thou O God wylt blesse the righteous: and thou wylt compasse hym about with beneuolence, as with a shielde.
Psalm 6:10 Verses
[To the chiefe musition on Neginoth vpon eyght,
a psalme of Dauid.]
19-6:1 O God rebuke me not in thine indignation: neither chasten me in thy wrath.
19-6:2 Haue mercy on me O God, for I am weake: O God heale me, for my bones be very sore.
19-6:3 My soule also is greatly troubled: but O God howe long [shall I be in this case?]
19-6:4 Turne thee O God, and deliuer my soule: Oh saue me for thy mercies sake.
19-6:5 For in death no man remembreth thee: and in the graue who can acknowledge thee?
19-6:6 I am weerie of my groning: I washe my bed euery nyght, and I water my coutche with my teares.
19-6:7 Mine eye is almost put out through griefe: and worne out through all mine enemies.
19-6:8 Away from me all workers of iniquitie: for God hath hearde the voyce of my weeping.
19-6:9 God hath hearde my petition: God wyll receaue my prayer.
19-6:10 All myne enemies shalbe confounded and sore vexed: they shalbe turned backe, they shalbe put to shame sodainlye.
Psalm 7:17 Verses
[Siggaion of Dauid,
whiche he song vnto God in the busines of Chus,
the sonne of Iemini.]
19-7:1 O God my Lord, in thee I haue put my trust: saue me from all them that do persecute me, and deliuer thou me.
19-7:2 Lest he like a Lion seasoneth on my soule: teareth it in peeces, hauyng no rescue.
19-7:3 O God my Lord, if I haue done any such thing: or if there be any wickednesse in my handes.
19-7:4 If I haue done euyll vnto hym that had peace with me: and [if] I haue [not] deliuered hym that is without a cause myne aduersarie?
19-7:5 [Then] let myne enemie persecute my soule and take me: yea, let hym put me to death, and lay myne honour in the dust. Selah.
19-7:6 Arise O God in thy wrath, and stand thou vp agaynst the rage of myne enemies: stirre thou for me [according] to the iudgement [whiche] thou hast geuen.
19-7:7 And so shall the congregation of the people come about thee: for their sakes therfore place thy selfe on high.
19-7:8 God wyll iudge the people: geue thou sentence with me O God according to my righteousnesse, and according to my perfection [that is] within me.
19-7:9 My desire is, that ye wickednesse of the vngodly may come to an ende: and that thou wouldest assist the iust, who art the tryer of heartes and of reynes, O most righteous Lorde.
19-7:10 My buckler is with God: who preserueth them that be vpright in heart.
19-7:11 The Lorde is a righteous iudge: and the Lorde is prouoked to anger euery day.
19-7:12 If the wicked wyll not turne, he wyll whet his sworde: bende his bowe, and haue it in a redinesse [to shoote]
19-7:13 He hath prepared hym instrumentes of death: he hath ordayned his arrowes agaynst them that be persecutors.
19-7:14 Beholde, he wyll be in trauayle of a mischiefe, for he hath conceaued a labour: but yet he shall be brought to bed of a falsehood.
19-7:15 He hath made a graue and digged it: but he hym selfe wyll fall into the pit whiche he hath made.
19-7:16 For his labour shall come vpon his owne head: and his wickednesse shall fall vpon his owne pate.
19-7:17 I wyll prayse God accordyng to his ryghteousnesse: & I wyll sing psalmes vnto the name of the most high God.
Psalm 8:9 Verses
[To the chiefe musition vpon Gittith,
a psalme of Dauid.]
19-8:1 O God our Lorde, howe excellent is thy name in all the earth? for that thou hast set thy glory aboue the heauens.
19-8:2 Out of the mouth of very babes and sucklinges thou hast layde the foundation of thy strength for thyne aduersaries sake: that thou mightest styll the enemie and the auenger.
19-8:3 For I will consider thy heauens, euen the workes of thy fingers: the moone and the starres whiche thou hast ordayned.
19-8:4 What is man that thou art myndfull of him? and the sonne of man that thou visitest hym?
19-8:5 Thou hast made hym somthyng inferiour to angels: thou hast crowned him with glory and worship.
19-8:6 Thou makest hym to haue dominion of the workes of thy handes: and thou hast put all thinges [in subiection] vnder his feete,
19-8:7 All sheepe and oxen, & also the beastes of the fielde:
19-8:8 the foules of the ayre, and the fishe of the sea, and whatsoeuer swymmeth in the seas.
19-8:9 O God our Lorde: howe excellent great is thy name in all the earth?
Psalm 9:20 Verses
[To the chiefe musition at the death of Labben,
a psalme of Dauid.]
19-9:1 I wyl prayse God with all myne heart: I wyl recite all thy marueylous workes.
19-9:2 I wyll be glad & reioyce in thee: I wyll sing psalmes vnto thy name, O thou most hyest.
19-9:3 For that myne enemies are returned backwarde: are fallen and perished at thy presence.
19-9:4 For that thou hast geuen iudgement in my ryght and cause: thou that iudgest right, hast sit in the throne of iudgement.
19-9:5 Thou hast rebuked the Heathen, and destroyed the vngodly: thou hast abolished their name for euer and euer.
19-9:6 O thou enemie thou thoughtest to bryng vs to a perpetuall desolation: and to destroy our cities, so that there shoulde remayne no memory of them.
19-9:7 But God wyll sit for euer: he hath prepared his throne for iudgement.
19-9:8 For he wyll iudge the world in iustice: and minister iudgement vnto the people in righteousnesse.
19-9:9 God also wyll be a refuge for the oppressed: euen a refuge in tyme of trouble.
19-9:10 And they that knowe thy name wyll put their trust in thee: for thou O God hast neuer fayled them that seeke thee.
19-9:11 Sing psalmes vnto God abiding at Sion: declare his notable actes among the people.
19-9:12 For he maketh inquisition of blood: he remembreth it, and forgetteth not the complaynt of the poore.
19-9:13 Haue mercy on me O God: consider the trouble whiche I suffer of them that hate me, lift me vp from the gates of death.
19-9:14 That I may shewe all thy prayses within the gates of the daughter of Sion: and reioyce in thy saluation.
19-9:15 The Heathen are sunke downe into the pit that they made: their owne foote is snared in the same net whiche they had layde priuily [for other.]
19-9:16 God is knowen by the iudgement that he hath executed: the vngodly is trapped in ye worke of his owne handes, this ought to be considered alwayes. Selah.
19-9:17 The wicked shalbe turned vnto hell: and all people that forget God.
19-9:18 But the poore shall not alway be forgotten: [neither] shall the hope of the humble afflicted, perishe for euer.
19-9:19 Aryse vp O God, let not man preuaile: let the Heathen in thy sight be iudged.
19-9:20 Put them in feare O God: that the Heathen may knowe them selues to be but men. Selah.
Psalm 10:18 Verses
19-10:1 Why standest thou so farre of O God? [why] hidest [thee] in the tyme of trouble?
19-10:2 The vngodly of a wylfulnesse persecuteth the poore: [but euery one] of them shalbe taken in the craftie wylines that they haue imagined.
19-10:3 For the vngodly prayseth according to his owne heartes desire: and blessing the couetous, he blasphemeth God.
19-10:4 The vngodly looketh so proudly as though he cared for none at all: neither is the Lorde in all his thoughtes.
19-10:5 His wayes are alwayes greeuous, but thy iudgementes are farre aboue out of his sight: [and therfore] he snuffeth at all his enemies.
19-10:6 He hath sayde in his heart, tushe, I can not be remoued: for I can not [be touched] at any tyme with harme.
19-10:7 His mouth is full of cursing, and of deceate, and of fraude: vnder his tongue is labour and mischiefe.
19-10:8 He sitteth lurkyng in theeuishe corners of the streates: and priuily in lurking dennes he doth murther the innocent, he eyeth diligently hym that is weake.
19-10:9 He lieth in wayte lurking as a Lion in his denne: he lyeth in wayte lurkyng, that he may violently carry away the afflicted, he doth carry away violentlye the afflicted, in halyng hym into his net.
19-10:10 He croucheth and humbleth him selfe: so that a number of the that be weake, fall by his myght.
19-10:11 He sayeth in his heart, tushe, the Lord hath forgotten: he hydeth away his face, and he wyll neuer see it.
19-10:12 Aryse vp O Lorde God: lift vp thine hande, forget not the afflicted.
19-10:13 Wherefore shoulde the wicked blaspheme the Lorde: [whyle] he sayeth in his heart, that thou wylt not call to accompt?
19-10:14 Surely thou hast seene [this] for thou beholdest labour and spite: that thou mayest take the matter into thy hands, he that is weake leaueth it for thee, [for] thou art the helper of the fatherlesse.
19-10:15 Breake thou the power of the vngodly and malitious: searche thou out his vngodlynes, and thou shalt finde none afterwarde in him.
19-10:16 God is king for euer and euer: but the Heathen shall perishe out of the lande.
19-10:17 O God, thou hast hearde the desire of the afflicted: [and] thou wylt settle their heart.
19-10:18 Thou wylt be attentiue with thyne eare, to geue iudgement for the fatherlesse and oppressed: [so] no man in the earth shall once go about hereafter to do them violence.
Psalm 11:7 Verses
[To the chiefe musition,
a psalme of Dauid.]
19-11:1 In God I put my trust: howe say ye then to my soule, that she shoulde flee as a byrde from your hyll.
19-11:2 For lo, the vngodly haue bende their bowe: and nocked their arrowes with the string, redy to shoote priuily at them whiche are vpright in heart.
19-11:3 For if the foundations shalbe caste downe: what must the righteous do?
19-11:4 But God is in his holy temple, Gods throne is in heauen: his eyes looke downe, his eye liddes tryeth the chyldren of men.
19-11:5 God wyll trye the righteous: but his soule abhorreth the vngodly, and hym that delighteth in wickednes.
19-11:6 Upon ye vngodly he wyl rayne snares, fire and brimstone: and tempestious stormes shalbe their portion to drinke.
19-11:7 For God most righteous, loueth righteousnes: his countenaunce wyll beholde the iust.
Psalm 12:8 Verses
[To the chiefe musition vpon (an instrument) of eyght stringes,
a psalme of Dauid.]
19-12:1 Saue thou [me] O God, for there is not one godly man left: for the faythfull are diminished from among the chyldren of men.
19-12:2 Euery one vseth vayne talke with his neyghbour: and speaketh with a double heart out of flatteryng lippes.
19-12:3 God wyll cut away all flatteryng lippes: [and] the tongue that speaketh great thinges.
19-12:4 Whiche say, we wyll preuayle with our tongue: our lippes are our owne, who is Lorde ouer vs?
19-12:5 For the calamities of the oppressed, for the deepe sighyng of the poore, I wyll nowe vp sayeth God: and I wyll put in safetie, [hym] whom the [wicked] hath snared.
19-12:6 The wordes of God be wordes pure, as the siluer tryed in a furnace of earth: and purified seuen times.
19-12:7 [Wherfore] thou wylt kepe the godly, O God: thou wylt preserue euery one of them from this generation for euer.
19-12:8 The vngodly walke on euery side: when the worst sort be exalted amongst the chyldren of men.
Psalm 13:6 Verses
[To the chiefe musition,
a Psalme of Dauid.]
19-13:1 Howe long wylt thou forget me O God, for euer? howe long wilt thou hyde thy face from me?
19-13:2 Howe long shall I seke counsayle in my soule, and be so vexed in mine heart euery day? howe long shall myne enemie triumph ouer me?
19-13:3 Loke downe and heare me O God my Lorde: lighten myne eyes, lest that I sleepe in death.
19-13:4 Lest myne enemie say, I haue preuayled agaynst hym: lest they that trouble me reioyce yf I shoulde be remoued.
19-13:5 But I repose my trust in thy mercie, and my heart is ioyfull in thy saluation:
19-13:6 I wyll syng to God, because he hath rewarded me.
Psalm 14:7 Verses
[To the chiefe musition,
a Psalme of Dauid.]
19-14:1 The foole hath sayde in his heart there is no God: they haue corrupted [them selues] and done an abhominable worke, there is not one that doth good.
19-14:2 God loked downe from heauen vpon the children of men: to see yf there were any that did vnderstande [and] seke after the Lorde.
19-14:3 But they are all gone out of the way, they are altogether become abhominable: there is none that doth good, no not one.
19-14:4 Do not all the workers of iniquitie know, deuouryng my people as though they deuoured bread: that they call not vpon God?
19-14:5 Hereafter they shalbe taken with a great feare: for the Lorde is in the generation of the righteous.
19-14:6 As for nowe ye make a mocke at the counsayle of the poore: because he reposeth his trust in God.
19-14:7 Who shall geue saluation vnto Israel: out of Sion? When God will deliuer his people out of captiuitie: [then] wyll Iacob reioyce, and Israel be glad.
Psalm 15:5 Verses
19-15:1 O God, who shall dwell in thy tabernacle? who shall rest vppon thy holy hyll?
19-15:2 Euen he that leadeth an vncorrupt life: and doth the thyng that is iust, and speaketh the trueth from his heart.
19-15:3 He that backbyteth not with his tongue: nor doth any euil to his felowe, nor rayseth a slaunder vpon his neyghbour.
19-15:4 He that dispiseth in his eyes the reprobate: and honoureth them that feare God. He that hath sworne to his owne hurt: and yet wyll not go from his oth.
19-15:5 He that geueth not his money vpon vsurie: nor taketh rewarde agaynst the innocent. He that doth these thynges: shall neuer at any tyme be remoued.
Psalm 16:11 Verses
[The golden psalme of Dauid.]
19-16:1 Preserue me O Lorde: for I haue reposed my trust in thee.
19-16:2 Thou hast sayde [O my soule] vnto God, thou art my Lorde: my weldoing [can do] thee no good.
19-16:3 But all my delyght is [to do good] vnto the saintes that are in the earth: and vnto such as excell in vertue.
19-16:4 As for them that runne [after] another [God] they shall haue great trouble: I wyll not offer their drynke offerynges of blood, neither wyll I make mention of their names within my lyppes.
19-16:5 O God, thou thy selfe art the portion of myne inheritaunce and of my cup: thou wylt mayntayne my lot.
19-16:6 My lot is fallen vnto me in a pleasaut [grounde:] I [haue] a goodly heritage.
19-16:7 I wyll prayse God who gaue me counsayle: my reines also do instruct me in the nyght season.
19-16:8 I haue set God alwayes before me: for he is on my ryght hande, [therfore] I shall not be remoued.
19-16:9 Wherfore my heart is glad: my glory reioyceth, my fleshe also shall rest in a securitie.
19-16:10 For thou wylt not leaue my soule in hell: neither wylt thou suffer thyne holy one to see corruption.
19-16:11 Thou wylt cause me to knowe the path of lyfe: in thy presence is the fulnesse of ioy, and at thy right hand there be pleasures for euermore.
Psalm 17:15 Verses
[A prayer of Dauid.]
19-17:1 Heare thou O God of iustice, be attentiue vnto my complaynt: geue eare vnto my prayer, not [proceeding] out of fayned lyppes.
19-17:2 Let iudgement come foorth for me from thy face: and let thine eyes loke vpon equitie.
19-17:3 Thou hast proued myne heart, thou hast visited [it] in the nyght season: thou hast tryed me, and founde no [wickednesse, for] I purposed that nothyng shoulde scape my mouth.
19-17:4 As touchyng [other] mens workes: through the wordes of thy lyppes I haue kept me from the way of the violent.
19-17:5 O holde thou vp my goynges in thy pathes: that my footesteppes slyp not.
19-17:6 I call vpon thee O God, for thou wilt heare me: incline thine eare to me, hearken vnto my wordes.
19-17:7 Shewe thy marueylous louyng kindnesse: thou that art the sauiour of them that trust in thee, from such as ryse vp agaynst thy ryght hande.
19-17:8 Kepe me as the apple of an eye, hyde me vnder the shadowe of thy wynges: from the face of the vngodly that go about to destroy me, [from] myne enemies that compasse me rounde about to take away my soule.
19-17:9 They haue inclosed [them selues] in their owne fat: with their mouth they speake proude thynges.
19-17:10 They haue nowe compassed me on euery syde [where] our way [lyeth]: they toote with their eyes to ouerthrow [me] downe on the grounde.
19-17:11 His [doynges] be lyke a lions that is greedy to take a pray: and as a lions whelpe lurkyng in secrete places.
19-17:12 Aryse O God, preuent his commyng, make hym to bowe: delyuer thou my soule from the vngodly [which is] thy sworde.
19-17:13 [Deliuer thou] me O God from men [which be] thy hande: from men, from the worlde, whose portion [is] in this lyfe, whose bellyes thou fyllest with thy priuie [treasure].
19-17:14 Whose children haue aboundaunce: & they leaue enough of that they haue remaynyng to their babes.
19-17:15 But as for me, I will beholde thy face in ryghteousnesse: I shalbe satisfied when I awake vp after thy lykenesse.
Psalm 18:50 Verses
[To the chiefe musition the seruaunt of God,
and of Dauid who spake vnto God the wordes of this song in the day that God deliuered him from the hande of all his enemies,
and from the hande of Saul:
And he sayde.]
19-18:1 I wyll entirely loue thee O God my strength,
19-18:2 God is my stony rocke & my fortresse, and my delyuerer: my Lorde, my castell in whom I wyll trust, my buckler, the horne of my saluation, & my refuge.
19-18:3 I wyll call vpon God, who is most worthy to be praysed: so I shall be safe from myne enemies.
19-18:4 The panges of death haue compassed me about: and the outragiousnes of the wicked haue astonyed me with feare.
19-18:5 The panges of a graue haue compassed me about: the snares of death ouertoke me.
19-18:6 But in this my distresse I dyd call vppon God, and I made my complaynt vnto my Lorde: he hearde my voyce out of his temple, and my crye came before his face, euen vnto his eares.
19-18:7 The earth trembled and quaked: the very foundations of the hylles tottered and shooke, because he was wroth.
19-18:8 In his anger a smoke ascended vp: and a fire out of his mouth dyd cosume, and euery cole therof dyd set a fire.
19-18:9 He bowed the heauens also, and he came downe: and it was darke vnder his feete.
19-18:10 He ridde vpon the Cherub, and he dyd flee: he came fleeyng vpon the wynges of the wynde.
19-18:11 For his secrete place he dyd put darkenesse: and for his pauilion rounde about hym, he dyd put darknesse of waters in cloudes of the ayre.
19-18:12 His cloudes, haylestones, and coles of fire: fell downe before hym after lyghtnyng.
19-18:13 God also thundred out of heauen: and the most hyghest made his voyce to sounde, haylestones, and coles of fire.
19-18:14 He shot out his arrowes, and scattered them: he cast foorth much lyghtnynges, and destroyed them.
19-18:15 And the bottomes of waters appeared, and the foundations of the rounde worlde were discouered at thy chidyng, O God: at the blast of the breath of thine anger.
19-18:16 He hath sent downe from aboue to fetch me: he hath taken me out of many waters.
19-18:17 He hath deliuered me from my strong enemie: and from them which hate me, for they were to stout for me.
19-18:18 They preuented me in the day of my trouble: but God was vnto me a sure stay.
19-18:19 He brought me also foorth into a place of libertie: he brought me foorth, because he had a fauour vnto me.
19-18:20 God rewarded me after my righteous dealyng: accordyng to the cleannesse of myne handes he recompensed me.
19-18:21 Because I had kept the wayes of God: and had not wickedly shronke from my God.
19-18:22 For all his lawes were before me: and I reiected none of his commaundementes from me.
19-18:23 And I was sounde & pure towardes hym: and I was weery lest I shoulde offende hym with my wickednesse.
19-18:24 Therfore hath God rewarded me after my righteous dealyng: and accordyng to my cleannesse of my handes in his syght.
19-18:25 With the holy thou wylt be holy: with a perfect man thou wylt be perfect.
19-18:26 With the cleane thou wylt be cleane: and with the frowarde thou wylt be frowarde.
19-18:27 For thou hast saued the people oppressed: and thou hast brought downe the hygh lokes of the proude.
19-18:28 Thou also hast lyghtened my candell: God my Lorde hath made my darknesse to be lyght.
19-18:29 For in thee I haue discomfited an hoast of men: and with the helpe of my Lorde I haue skipped ouer the wall.
19-18:30 The way of the Lorde is a perfect way, the worde of God is tryed in the fire: he is a shielde vnto all them that put their trust in hym.
19-18:31 For who is a Lorde besides God: or who hath any strength besides our Lorde?
19-18:32 It is God that hath gyrded me with valiauntnesse of warre: and he hath made my way playne.
19-18:33 He hath made my feete lyke Hartes feete: and he hath set me vp on hygh.
19-18:34 He hath taught my handes to fyght: and myne armes to breake a bowe of steele.
19-18:35 Thou hast geuen me the shielde of thy saluation: thy ryght hande also hath helde me vp, and through thy great gentlenesse I haue increased.
19-18:36 Thou hast made me roomth inough for to go on: so that my feete haue not slypt.
19-18:37 I haue pursued myne enemies and onertaken them: neither dyd I returne backe vntyll I had destroyed them.
19-18:38 I smote them downe, and they are not able to aryse: they haue taken such a fall vnder my feete.
19-18:39 Thou hast gyrded me with strength vnto battayle: thou hast made them to bowe downe vnder me who haue rysen vp agaynst me.
19-18:40 Thou hast geuen me myne enemies neckes: and I haue destroyed them that hated me.
19-18:41 They cryed, but there was none to saue them: they cryed vnto God, but he dyd not heare them.
19-18:42 I dyd beat them to powder, like vnto dust in a wynde: I haue brought them as lowe as durt in the streates.
19-18:43 Thou hast deliuered me from sedition of the people, and thou hast made me head of the heathen: a people whom I haue not knowen serueth me,
19-18:44 assoone as they hearde of me, they obeyed me.
19-18:45 Children of a straunger haue made a lie vnto me: the heartes of the children of a straunger hath fayled them, and they feared in their [strong] holdes.
19-18:46 God lyueth, and he [is] my strength most worthy of blisse: and the Lorde of my saluation ought to be magnified.
19-18:47 It is God that hath geuen me power to take auengeaunce: and he hath subdued the people vnder me.
19-18:48 It is he that is the aucthour of my deliuerie from myne enemies: and he hath set me vp aboue them that rose agaynst me, he hath ridde me from the wicked man.
19-18:49 For this cause I wyll acknowledge thee O God among the gentiles: and syng psalmes vnto thy name.
19-18:50 Who hath wonderfull oft deliuered his kyng: and he hath done mercifully vnto Dauid his annoynted, and vnto his seede for euermore.
Psalm 19:14 Verses
[To the chiefe musition,
a psalme of Dauid.]
19-19:1 The heauens declare the glorie of God: and the firmament sheweth his handy worke.
19-19:2 A day occasioneth talke therof vnto a day: and a night teacheth knoweledge vnto a nyght.
19-19:3 No language, no wordes, no voyce of theirs is hearde:
19-19:4 yet their sounde goeth into all landes, and their wordes into the endes of the worlde. In them he hath set a tabernacle for the sunne:
19-19:5 which commeth foorth as a bridegrome out of his chamber, and reioyceth as a giaunt to runne his course.
19-19:6 His settyng foorth is from the vtmost part of heauen, and his circuite vnto the vtmost part therof: and there is nothing hyd from his heat.
19-19:7 The lawe of God is perfect, conuerting the soule: the testimonie of God is sure, and geueth wisdome vnto the simple.
19-19:8 The statutes of God