Wycliffe Bible

Psalms 120

David prayeth against Doeg,

Psalms 120:1 {The title of the hundrid and nyntenthe salm. The song of greces.} Whanne Y was set in tribulacioun, Y criede to the Lord; and he herde me. Psalms 120:2 Lord, delyuere thou my soule fro wickid lippis; and fro a gileful tunge.

reproveth his tongue,

Psalms 120:3 What schal be youun to thee, ether what schal be leid to thee; to a gileful tunge? Psalms 120:4 Scharpe arowis of the myyti; with colis that maken desolat.

complaineth of his necessary conversation with the wicked.

Psalms 120:5 Allas to me! for my dwelling in an alien lond is maad long, Y dwellide with men dwellinge in Cedar; Psalms 120:6 my soule was myche a comelyng. I was pesible with hem that hatiden pees; Psalms 120:7 whanne Y spak to hem, thei ayenseiden me with outen cause.

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