Wycliffe Bible

Psalms 111

The psalmist by his example inciteth others to praise God for his glorious,

Psalms 111:1 {The title of the hundrid and tenthe salm. Alleluya.} Lord, Y schal knouleche to thee in al myn herte; in the counsel and congregacioun of iust men. Psalms 111:2 The werkis of the Lord ben greete; souyt out in to alle hise willis. Psalms 111:3 His werk is knoulechyng and grete doyng; and his riytfulnesse dwellith in to the world of world. Psalms 111:4 The Lord merciful in wille, and a merciful doere, hath maad a mynde of hise merueilis;

and gracious works.

Psalms 111:5 he hath youe meete to men dredynge hym. He schal be myndeful of his testament in to the world; Psalms 111:6 he schal telle to his puple the vertu of hise werkis. Psalms 111:7 That he yyue to hem the eritage of folkis; the werkis of hise hondis ben treuthe and doom. Psalms 111:8 Alle hise comaundementis ben feithful, confermed in to the world of world; maad in treuthe and equite. Psalms 111:9 The Lord sente redempcioun to hys puple; he comaundide his testament with outen ende. His name is hooli and dreedful;

The fear of God breedeth true wisdom.

Psalms 111:10 the bigynnyng of wisdom is the drede of the Lord. Good vndirstondyng is to alle that doen it; his preising dwellith in to the world of world.

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