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Psalms 6

David's complaint in his sickness.

Psalms 6:1 {The title of the sixte salm. To the ouercomere in salmes, the salm of Dauid, on the eiythe.} Lord, repreue thou not me in thi stronge veniaunce; nether chastice thou me in thin ire. Psalms 6:2 Lord, haue thou merci on me, for Y am sijk; Lord, make thou me hool, for alle my boonys ben troblid. Psalms 6:3 And my soule is troblid greetli; but thou, Lord, hou long? Psalms 6:4 Lord, be thou conuertid, and delyuere my soule; make thou me saaf, for thi merci. Psalms 6:5 For noon is in deeth, which is myndful of thee; but in helle who schal knouleche to thee? Psalms 6:6 I traueilide in my weilyng, Y schal waische my bed bi ech nyyt; Y schal moiste, ether make weet, my bedstre with my teeris. Psalms 6:7 Myn iye is disturblid of woodnesse; Y waxe eld among alle myn enemyes.

By faith he triumpheth over his enemies.

Psalms 6:8 Alle ye that worchen wickidnesse, departe fro me; for the Lord hath herd the vois of my wepyng. Psalms 6:9 The Lord hath herd my bisechyng; the Lord hath resseyued my preier. Psalms 6:10 Alle my enemyes be aschamed, and be disturblid greetli; be thei turned togidere, and be thei aschamed ful swiftli.

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