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Psalms 114

An exhortation, by the example of the dumb creatures, to fear God in his Church.

Psalms 114:1 {The titil of the hundrid and thrittenthe salm. Alleluya.} In the goyng out of Israel fro Egipt; of the hous of Jacob fro the hethene puple. Psalms 114:2 Judee was maad the halewyng of hym; Israel the power of hym. Psalms 114:3 The see siy, and fledde; Jordan was turned abac. Psalms 114:4 Munteyns ful out ioyeden as rammes; and litle hillis as the lambren of scheep. Psalms 114:5 Thou see, what was to thee, for thou fleddist; and thou, Jordan, for thou were turned abak? Psalms 114:6 Munteyns, ye maden ful out ioye as rammes; and litle hillis, as the lambren of scheep. Psalms 114:7 The erthe was moued fro the face of the Lord; fro the face of God of Jacob. Psalms 114:8 Which turnede a stoon in to pondis of watris; and an hard rooch in to wellis of watris.

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