Bishops' Bible

Psalms 108

David encourageth himself to praise God.

Psalms 108:1 {A song, the psalme of Dauid.} My heart is redye O Lorde: I wyll sing & prayse thee in singing of psalmes, yea my glory also is [redie.] Psalms 108:2 Bestirre thee O lute and harpe: I my selfe wil bestirre me right early in the morning. Psalms 108:3 I wyll prayse thee O God among the people: I wyll sing psalmes vnto thee among the nations. Psalms 108:4 For the greatnes of thy mercy reacheth vnto the heauens: and thy trueth vnto the cloudes.

He prayeth for God's assistance according to his promise.

Psalms 108:5 Exalt thy selfe O Lord aboue the heauens: and let thy glory [be] aboue all the earth. Psalms 108:6 That thy beloued may be deliuered: saue [me] with thy right hande, and heare thou me. Psalms 108:7 The Lorde hath spoken this in his holynes (whereof I wyll reioyce:) I wyll deuide Sichem, and measure the valley of Sucoth. Psalms 108:8 Gilead shalbe myne, and Manasses shalbe mine: Ephraim also shalbe the strength of my head, and Iuda my law geuer. Psalms 108:9 Moab shalbe my washpot: ouer Edome I wyll cast my shoe, vpon Philistea I wyll triumph. Psalms 108:10 Who wyll leade me into the strong citie? who wyll bring me into Edom?

His confidence in God's help.

Psalms 108:11 Hast not thou remoued vs from thence? and wylt not thou O Lorde go out with our hoastes? Psalms 108:12 Geue vs ayde against trouble: for the sauing helpe of man is but vayne. Psalms 108:13 Through the Lorde wyll we do valiaunt actes: for he him selfe will treade downe our enemies.

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