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Psalms 64

David prayeth for deliverance, complaining of his enemies.

Psalms 64:1 {To the chaunter, a psalme of Dauid.} Heare my voyce (O God) in my prayer preserue my lyfe from feare of the enemye. Psalms 64:2 Hyde me from the gathering together of the froward, & from the insurrection of wicked doers. Psalms 64:3 Which haue whett their tonge lyke a swearde, & shote out theyr arowes, euen bytter wordes. Psalms 64:4 That they maye preuely shote at him which is perfecte: sodenly do they hit him & feare not. Psalms 64:5 They courage them selues in myschefe, and commune amonge them selues, how they maye laye snares: and saye, that no man shall se them. Psalms 64:6 They ymagin wickednes, & practyse it þt they kepe secrete amonge them selues, euery man in the depe of his hert.

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

Psalms 64:7 But God shal sodenly shote at them with a swift arowe, þt they shalbe wounded. Psalms 64:8 Yee, their awne tonges shall make them fall, in so moch that who so seeth them, shall laugh them to scorne. Psalms 64:9 And all men that se it, shall saye: this hath God done, for they shall perceaue that it is hys woreke. Psalms 64:10 The righteous shall reioyse in the Lord, and put his trust in hym: and all they that are true of herte, shalbe glad.

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