Wycliffe Bible

Psalms 146

The psalmist voweth perpetual praises to God.

Psalms 146:1 {The title of the hundred and fyue and fourtithe salm. Alleluya.} Mi soule, herie thou the Lord; Psalms 146:2 Y schal herie the Lord in my lijf, Y schal synge to my God as longe as Y schal be. Nile ye triste in princis;

He exhorteth not to trust in man.

Psalms 146:3 nether in the sones of men, in whiche is noon helthe. Psalms 146:4 The spirit of hym schal go out, and he schal turne ayen in to his erthe; in that dai alle the thouytis of hem schulen perische.

God, for his power, justice, mercy, and Kingdom, is only worthy to be trusted.

Psalms 146:5 He is blessid, of whom the God of Jacob is his helpere, his hope is in his Lord God, Psalms 146:6 that made heuene and erthe; the see, and alle thingis that ben in tho. Which kepith treuthe in to the world, Psalms 146:7 makith dom to hem that suffren wrong; yyueth mete to hem that ben hungri. The Lord vnbyndith feterid men; Psalms 146:8 the Lord liytneth blynde men. The Lord reisith men hurtlid doun; the Lord loueth iust men. Psalms 146:9 The Lord kepith comelyngis, he schal take vp a modirles child, and widewe; and he schal distrie the weies of synners. Psalms 146:10 The Lord schal regne in to the worldis; Syon, thi God schal regne in generacioun and in to generacioun.

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