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Psalms 28

David prayeth earnestly against his enemies.

Psalms 28:1 Unto the wil I crie, o my stronge defence: thinke no scorne of me, lest (yf thou make the as though thou herdest not) I become like them, that go downe into ye pytte. Psalms 28:2 Heare the voyce of my humble peticion, when I crie vnto the, and holde vp my hondes towarde thy holy temple. Psalms 28:3 O plucke me not awaye amonge the vngodly and wicked doers, which speake frendly to their neghboure, but ymagin myschefe in their hertes. Psalms 28:4 Rewarde them acordinge to their dedes and wickednesse of their owne inuencions. Psalms 28:5 Recompense them after ye workes of their hodes, paye them that they haue deserued.

He blesseth God.

Psalms 28:6 For they regarde not the workes of the LORDE, ner the operacion of his hades: therfore shal he breake them downe, and not buylde them vp. Psalms 28:7 Praysed be ye LORDE, for he hath herde the voyce of my humble peticio. Psalms 28:8 The LORDE is my stregth and my shylde: my herte hoped in him, & I am helped: therfore my hert dauseth for ioye, and I will synge prayses vnto him.

He prayeth for the people.

Psalms 28:9 The LORDE is the strength of his people, he is the defender and Sauioure of his anoynted. O helpe thy people, geue thy blessynge vnto thy enheritaunce: fede them, and set them vp for euer.

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