Wycliffe Bible

Psalms 100

An exhortation to praise God cheerfully,

Psalms 100:1 {The titil of the nyne and nyntithe salm. A salm to knouleche; in Ebrew thus, A salm for knouleching.} Al erthe, singe ye hertli to God; Psalms 100:2 serue ye the Lord in gladnesse. Entre ye in his siyt; in ful out ioiyng.

for his greatness,

Psalms 100:3 Wite ye, that the Lord hym silf is God; he made vs, and not we maden vs. His puple, and the scheep of his lesewe,

and for his power.

Psalms 100:4 entre ye in to hise yatis in knoulechyng; entre ye in to hise porchis, knouleche ye to him in ympnes. Psalms 100:5 Herye ye his name, for the Lord is swete, his merci is with outen ende; and his treuthe is in generacioun and in to generacioun.

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