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Psalms 136

An exhortation to give thanks to God for particular mercies.

Psalms 136:1 {The title of the hundrid and fyue and thrittithe salm. Alleluya.} Knouleche ye to the Lord, for he is good, for his merci is withouten ende. Psalms 136:2 Knouleche ye to the God of goddis. Psalms 136:3 Knouleche ye to the Lord of lordis. Psalms 136:4 Which aloone makith grete merueils. Psalms 136:5 Which made heuenes bi vndurstondyng. Psalms 136:6 Which made stidefast erthe on watris. Psalms 136:7 Which made grete liytis. Psalms 136:8 The sunne in to the power of the dai. Psalms 136:9 The moone and sterris in to the power of the niyt. Psalms 136:10 Which smoot Egipt with the firste gendrid thingis of hem. Psalms 136:11 Which ledde out Israel fro the myddil of hem. Psalms 136:12 In a miyti hond and in an hiy arm. Psalms 136:13 Whiche departide the reed see in to departyngis. Psalms 136:14 And ledde out Israel thoruy the myddil therof. Psalms 136:15 And he caste a down Farao and his pouer in the reed see. Psalms 136:16 Which ledde ouer his puple thoruy desert. Psalms 136:17 Which smoot grete kingis. Psalms 136:18 And killide strong kingis. Psalms 136:19 Seon, the king of Amorreis. Psalms 136:20 And Og, the king of Baasan. Psalms 136:21 And he yaf the lond of hem eritage. Psalms 136:22 Eritage to Israel, his seruaunt. Psalms 136:23 For in oure lownesse he hadde mynde on vs. Psalms 136:24 And he ayenbouyte vs fro oure enemyes. Psalms 136:25 Which yyueth mete to ech fleisch. Knouleche ye to God of heuene. Psalms 136:26 Knouleche ye to the Lord of lordis; for his merci is with outen ende.

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