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Psalms 76

A declaration of God's majesty in the Church.

Psalms 76:1 {To the chaunter, in melodyes, a Psalme, & songe of Asaph.} In Iewrye is God knowne, his name is greate in Israel. Psalms 76:2 At Schalem is his tabernacle, and his dwellyng in Sion. Psalms 76:3 There brake he the arowes of the bowe, the shylde, the swerde, and þe battayle. Sela. Psalms 76:4 Thou art of more honour and myght then the hylles of robbers. Psalms 76:5 The proude are robbed: they haue slepte their slepe: and all the men (whose handes were myghtie) haue found nothinge. Psalms 76:6 At thy rebuke (O God of Iacob) both the charet and horse is fallen. Psalms 76:7 Thou, euen thou art to be feared: and who may stande in thy syght, when thou art angrye. Psalms 76:8 Thou dyddest cause thy iudgement to be herde from heauen, the erth trembled and was styll. Psalms 76:9 When God arose to iudgement, & to helpe all the meke vpon earth. Sela. Psalms 76:10 The fearcenesse of man shall turne to thy prayse: and the fearcenesse of other shalt thou refrayne.

An exhortation to serve him reverently.

Psalms 76:11 Promyse vnto the Lorde youre God, & kepe it, all ye that be rounde about hym: bryng presentes vnto hym that ought to be feared. Psalms 76:12 He shall refrayne the sprete of Prynces, and is wonderfull amonge the kynges of the earth.

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