Bishops' Bible

Psalms 59

David prayeth to be delivered from his enemies.

Psalms 59:1 {To the chiefe musition, destroy not, a golden psalme of Dauid, when Saul sent, and they did watch the house to kill him.} Deliuer me from myne enemies O Lorde: defende me fro them that rise vp against me. Psalms 59:2 Deliuer me from the workers of iniquitie: and saue me from the blood thirstie men. Psalms 59:3 For lo, they lye in wayte for my soule: men of power are gathered together against me who haue committed no wickednes nor fault O God. Psalms 59:4 When no fault is done, they runne and set them selues in order: arise to meete me and beholde. Psalms 59:5 And thou O God Lorde of hoastes, Lorde of Israel: awake to visite all Heathen, and be not mercifull vnto all them that offend of malice. Selah.

He complaineth of their cruelty.

Psalms 59:6 They go to and from at euening: they barke lyke a dogge, and runne about through the citie. Psalms 59:7 Behold they speake with their mouth, swordes are in their lippes: for [say they] who doth heare [vs?]

He trusteth in God.

Psalms 59:8 But thou O God wylt haue them in derision: thou wylt laugh all Heathen to scorne. Psalms 59:9 I wyl reserue his strength for thee: for thou O Lorde art my refuge. Psalms 59:10 My mercifull Lord wyll preuent me: the Lord will let me see [my desire] vpon mine enemies.

He prayeth against them.

Psalms 59:11 Slay them not, lest my people forget it: but in thy stoutnes scatter them like vagaboundes, and put them downe O God our defence. Psalms 59:12 The wordes of their lippes [be] the sinne of their mouth: O let them be taken in their pryde, for they speake nothing but curses and lies. Psalms 59:13 Consume them in thy wrath, consume them that nothing of them remayne: and let them knowe that it is the Lord that ruleth in Iacob, & vnto the endes of the worlde. Selah. Psalms 59:14 And let them gad vp and downe at euening: let them barke lyke a dogge, and go about the citie. Psalms 59:15 Let them runne here and there for meate: and go to bed if they be not satisfied.

He praiseth God.

Psalms 59:16 As for me I wyll sing of thy power, and wyll prayse thy louing kindnes betimes in the morning: for thou hast ben my defence and refuge in the day of my trouble. Psalms 59:17 Unto thee O my strength will I sing psalmes: for thou O Lorde art my refuge, and my mercyfull Lorde.

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