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Psalms 129

An exhortation to praise God for saving Israel in their great afflictions.

Psalms 129:1 {The title of the hundrid and eiyte and twentithe salm. The song of greces.} Israel seie now; Ofte thei fouyten ayens me fro my yongth. Psalms 129:2 Ofte thei fouyten ayens me fro my yongthe; and sotheli thei miyten not to me. Psalms 129:3 Synneris forgeden on my bak; thei maden long her wickidnesse. Psalms 129:4 The iust Lord schal beete the nollis of synneris;

The haters of the Church are cursed.

Psalms 129:5 alle that haten Sion be schent, and turned abak. Psalms 129:6 Be thei maad as the hey of hous coppis; that driede vp, bifore that it be drawun vp. Psalms 129:7 Of which hei he that schal repe, schal not fille his hond; and he that schal gadere hondfullis, schal not fille his bosum. Psalms 129:8 And thei that passiden forth seiden not, The blessing of the Lord be on you; we blessiden you in the name of the Lord.

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