Wycliffe Bible

Psalms 3

The security of God's protection.

Psalms 3:1 {The title of the thridde salm. The salm of Dauid, whanne he fledde fro the face of Absolon, his sone.} Lord, whi ben thei multiplied that disturblen me? Psalms 3:2 many men rysen ayens me. Many men seien of my soule, Noon helthe is to hym in his God. Psalms 3:3 But thou, Lord, art myn vptakere; my glorye, and enhaunsyng myn heed. Psalms 3:4 With my vois Y criede to the Lord; and he herde me fro his hooli hil. Psalms 3:5 I slepte, and was quenchid, and Y roos vp; for the Lord resseyuede me. Psalms 3:6 I schal not drede thousyndis of puple cumpassynge me; Lord, rise thou vp; my God, make thou me saaf. Psalms 3:7 For thou hast smyte alle men beynge aduersaries to me with out cause; thou hast al to-broke the teeth of synneris. Psalms 3:8 Helthe is of the Lord; and thi blessyng, Lord, is on thi puple.

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