1611 King James Bible

Psalms 4

David prayeth for audience.

Psalms 4:1 {To the chiefe Musician on Neginoth, A Psalme of Dauid.} Heare me, when I call, O God of my righteousnesse: thou hast inlarged mee when I [was] in distresse, haue mercy vpon me, and heare my prayer.

He reproveth and exhorteth his enemies.

Psalms 4:2 O ye sonnes of men, how long [will yee turne] my glory into shame? [how long] will yee loue vanitie, [and] seeke after leasing? Selah. Psalms 4:3 But know that the LORD hath set apart him that is godly, for himselfe: the LORD will heare when I call vnto him. Psalms 4:4 Stand in awe, and sinne not: commune with your owne heart vpon your bed, and be still. Selah. Psalms 4:5 Offer the sacrifices of righteousnesse, and put your trust in the LORD.

Man's happiness is in God's favour.

Psalms 4:6 There be many that say, Who wil shew vs [any] good? LORD lift thou vp the light of thy countenance vpon vs. Psalms 4:7 Thou hast put gladnesse in my heart, more then in the time that their corne and their wine increased. Psalms 4:8 I will both lay mee downe in peace, and sleepe: for thou LORD only makest me dwell in safetie.

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