1611 King James Bible

Psalms 64

David prayeth for deliverance, complaining of his enemies.

Psalms 64:1 {To the chiefe musician, a Psalme of Dauid.} Heare my voice, O God, in my praier; preserue my life from feare of the enemie. Psalms 64:2 Hide me from the secret counsel of the wicked: from the insurrection of the workers of iniquitie: Psalms 64:3 Who whet their tongue like a sword, and bend [their bowes to shoote] their arrowes, [euen] bitter words: Psalms 64:4 That they may shoote in secret at the perfect: suddenly doe they shoote at him, and feare not. Psalms 64:5 They incourage themselues [in] an euill matter: they commune of laying snares priuily; they say, Who shall see them? Psalms 64:6 They search out iniquities, they accomplish a diligent search: both the inward [thought] of euery one of them, and the heart, [is] deepe.

He promiseth himself to see such an evident destruction of his enemies, that the righteous shall rejoice at it.

Psalms 64:7 But God shall shoote at them: [with] an arrowe, sodenly shall they be wounded. Psalms 64:8 So they shall make their owne tongue to fall vpon themselues: all that see them, shall flee away. Psalms 64:9 And all men shall feare, and shall declare the worke of God; for they shall wisely consider of his doing. Psalms 64:10 The righteous shalbe glad in the LORD, and shall trust in him; and all the vpright in heart shall glory.

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