Wycliffe Bible

Psalms 113

An exhortation to praise God for his excellency,

Psalms 113:1 {The title of the hundrid and twelfthe salm. Alleluya.} Children, preise ye the Lord; preise ye the name of the Lord. Psalms 113:2 The name of the Lord be blessid; fro this tyme now and til in to the world. Psalms 113:3 Fro the risyng of the sunne til to the goyng doun; the name of the Lord is worthi to be preisid. Psalms 113:4 The Lord is hiy aboue alle folkis; and his glorie is aboue heuenes. Psalms 113:5 Who is as oure Lord God, that dwellith in hiye thingis;

for his mercy.

Psalms 113:6 and biholdith meke thingis in heuene and in erthe? Psalms 113:7 Reisynge a nedi man fro the erthe; and enhaunsinge a pore man fro drit. Psalms 113:8 That he sette hym with princes; with the princes of his puple. Psalms 113:9 Which makith a bareyn womman dwelle in the hous; a glad modir of sones.

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