Matthew Bible

Psalms 59

David prayeth to be delivered from his enemies.

Psalms 59:1 {To the chaunter destroye not Michtam of Dauid, when Saull sende to watche the house, to thintent to kyll hym.} Delyuer me fro myne enemyes (O my God) and defende me from them that rise vp against me. Psalms 59:2 O delyuer me from þe wycked doers, and saue me from the bloudthursty men. Psalms 59:3 For lo, they lye wayting for my soule: the mighty men are gathered together agaynste me, withoute any offence or faulte of me, O Lorde. Psalms 59:4 They runne, & prepare them selfes, without my faute: Arise, come thou helpe me, and beholde. Psalms 59:5 Stande vp O Lord God of hostes, thou God of Israel to viset all Heythen: be not mercifull vnto theym that offende of malicious wyckednesse. Selah.

He complaineth of their cruelty.

Psalms 59:6 Let them go to and fro, and runne aboute the cytye, houlynge lyke dogges. Psalms 59:7 Beholde, they speake (agaynste me) wyth their mouth, swerdes are vnder their lippes for who reproueth them?

He trusteth in God.

Psalms 59:8 But thou (O Lorde) shalte haue theim in derision, thou shalte laugh all Heythen too scorne. Psalms 59:9 My strength do I ascrybe vnto the, for thou (O God) art my defender. Psalms 59:10 God sheweth me his goodnes plenteously, God letteth me se my desyre vppon myne enemyes.

He prayeth against them.

Psalms 59:11 Slaye them not, leste my people forget it: but scatre them abroade with thy power, & put them doune, O Lord my defence. Psalms 59:12 For the synne of their mouth, for the wordes of their lyppes, & because of their pryde, let them be taken: and why? their preachyng is of cursing and lyes. Psalms 59:13 Consume them in thy wrath, consume them that they maye perishe, and knowe that it is God, whyche ruleth in Iacob and in all the worlde. Selah. Psalms 59:14 Set them go to and fro, and runne aboute the cytye, houlyng lyke dogges. Psalms 59:15 Let them runne here and there for meate, and grudge when they haue not ynough.

He praiseth God.

Psalms 59:16 As for me, I will synge of thy power, and prayse thy mercy by tymes in the mornyng: for thou art my defence & refuge in the tyme of my trouble. Psalms 59:17 Vnto the (O my strengthe) wyll I singe, for thou (O God) art my defence, & my mercifull God.

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