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Psalms 28

David prayeth earnestly against his enemies.

Psalms 28:1 {A Psalme of Dauid.} Unto the wyll I crye, O Lorde, my strength: thyncke no scorne of me, lest, yf thou make þe as though thou heardest not. I become lyke them, that go downe into the pytte. Psalms 28:2 Heare the voyce of my humble peticyons, when I crye vnto the, whan I holde vp my, handes towarde the mercyseate of thy holy temple. Psalms 28:3 O plucke me not awaye with the vngodly and wicked doers which speake frendly to their neyghbours, but ymagine myschefe in their hertes. Psalms 28:4 Rewarde them accordinge to their dedes, and accordynge to þe wyckednesse of their awne inuencions. Psalms 28:5 Recompense them after the worcke of their handes: paye them that they haue deserued.

He blesseth God.

Psalms 28:6 For they regarde not in ther mynde the worckes of the Lorde, ner the operacion of his handes: therfore shall he breake them downe, & not buylde them vp. Psalms 28:7 Praysed be the Lorde, for he hath hearde þe voyce of myne humble peticions. Psalms 28:8 The Lorde is my strength & my shylde: my hert hath trusted in him, & I am helped: therfore my herte daunseth for ioye, and in my songe will I prayse him.

He prayeth for the people.

Psalms 28:9 The Lorde is their strength: and he is þe wholsome defence of his anoynted. O Saue thy people, & geue thy blessinge vnto thyne enheritaunce: fede them, & sett them vp for euer.

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