Bishops' Bible

Psalms 111

The psalmist by his example inciteth others to praise God for his glorious,

Psalms 111:1 {Prayse ye the Lorde.} I wyll prayse God with my whole heart: in the congregation and assemblie of righteous men. Psalms 111:2 Great are the workes of God: sought out of all them that haue pleasure therin. Psalms 111:3 His worke is glory and maiestie: and his righteousnes endureth for euer. Psalms 111:4 The merciful and gratious God: hath so left a remembraunce of his meruaylous workes.

and gracious works.

Psalms 111:5 He hath geuen meate vnto them that feare him: he wyll euer be myndfull of his couenaunt. Psalms 111:6 He hath declared vnto his people the force of his workes: in geuing them the inheritaunce of the Heathen. Psalms 111:7 The workes of his handes are veritie and iudgement: all his commaundementes are true. Psalms 111:8 They be set sure for euer and euer: they are done in trueth and equitie. Psalms 111:9 He did sende redemption vnto his people: he hath commaunded his couenaunt [to be] for euer, holy and terrible is his name.

The fear of God breedeth true wisdom.

Psalms 111:10 The beginning of wysdome is the feare of God: all they haue a good vnderstanding that do his commaundements, the praise of it endureth for euer.

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