Wycliffe Bible

Psalms 64

David prayeth for deliverance, complaining of his enemies.

Psalms 64:1 {The titil of the thre and sixtithe salm. In Ebrewe thus, To the victorie, the salm of Dauid. In Jerom thus, To the ouercomer, the song of Dauid.} God, here thou my preier, whanne Y biseche; delyuere thou my soule fro the drede of the enemy. Psalms 64:2 Thou hast defendid me fro the couent of yuele doers; fro the multitude of hem that worchen wickidnesse. Psalms 64:3 For thei scharpiden her tungis as a swerd, thei benten a bowe, a bittir thing; Psalms 64:4 for to schete in priuetees hym that is vnwemmed. Sodeynli thei schulen schete hym, and thei schulen not drede; Psalms 64:5 thei maden stidefast to hem silf a wickid word. Thei telden, that thei schulden hide snaris; thei seiden, Who schal se hem? Psalms 64:6 Thei souyten wickidnessis; thei souyten, and failiden in sekinge. A man neiyhe to deep herte;

He promiseth himself to see such an evident destruction of his enemies, that the righteous shall rejoice at it.

Psalms 64:7 and God schal be enhaunsid. The arowis of litle men ben maad the woundis of hem; Psalms 64:8 and the tungis of hem ben maad sijk ayens hem. Alle men ben disturblid, that sien hem; Psalms 64:9 and ech man dredde. And thei telden the werkis of God; and vndurstoden the dedis of God. Psalms 64:10 The iust man schal be glad in the Lord, and schal hope in hym; and alle men of riytful herte schulen be preisid.

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