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Psalms 60

David, complaining to God of former judgment,

Psalms 60:1 O God, thou yt hast cast vs out and scatred vs abrode, thou yt hast bene so sore displeased at vs, coforte vs agayne. Psalms 60:2 Thou yt hast remoued the lode & deuyded it, heale the sores therof, for it shaketh. Psalms 60:3 Thou hast shewed thy people heuy thinges, thou hast geuen vs a drynke off wyne, yt we slobre withall.

now, upon better hope, prayeth for deliverance.

Psalms 60:4 Yet hast thou geue a toke for soch as feare the, yt they maye cast it vp in ye treuth. Psalms 60:5 Sela. That thy beloued might be delyuered, helpe them with thy right hande, and heare me.

Comforting himself in God's promises, he craveth that help whereupon he trusteth.

Psalms 60:6 God hath spoke in his Sactuary (which thinge reioyseth me) I wil deuyde Siche, & mete out the valley of Suchoth Psalms 60:7 Galaad is myne, Manasses is myne, Ephraim is the strength of my heade, Iuda is my captayne. Psalms 60:8 Moab is my washpotte, ouer Edom wil I stretch out my shue, Philistea shal be glad of me. Psalms 60:9 Who will lede me in to the stronge cite? Who will bringe me in to Edom? Psalms 60:10 Shalt not thou do it, o God, thou yt hast cast vs out: thou God, yt wentest not out wt or hoostes? Psalms 60:11 O be thou oure helpe in trouble, for vayne is the helpe of man. Psalms 60:12 Thorow God we shal do greate actes, for it is he that shal treade downe oure enemies.

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