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Psalms 8

God's glory is magnified by his works, and by his love to man.

Psalms 8:1 {The title of the eiythe salm. To the ouercomere, for pressours, the salm of Dauid.} Lord, thou art oure Lord; thi name is ful wonderful in al erthe. For thi greet doyng is reisid, aboue heuenes. Psalms 8:2 Of the mouth of yonge children, not spekynge and soukynge mylk, thou madist perfitli heriyng, for thin enemyes; that thou destrie the enemy and avengere. Psalms 8:3 For Y schal se thin heuenes, the werkis of thi fyngris; the moone and sterris, whiche thou hast foundid. Psalms 8:4 What is a man, that thou art myndeful of hym; ethir the sone of a virgyn, for thou visitist hym? Psalms 8:5 Thou hast maad hym a litil lesse than aungels; thou hast corouned hym with glorie and onour, Psalms 8:6 and hast ordeyned hym aboue the werkis of thin hondis. Psalms 8:7 Thou hast maad suget alle thingis vndur hise feet; alle scheep and oxis, ferthermore and the beestis of the feeld; Psalms 8:8 the briddis of the eir, and the fischis of the see; that passen bi the pathis of the see. Psalms 8:9 Lord, thou art oure Lord; thi name is wondurful in al erthe.

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