Bishops' Bible

Psalms 113

An exhortation to praise God for his excellency,

Psalms 113:1 {Prayse ye the Lorde.} Prayse God ye seruauntes: prayse ye the name of God. Psalms 113:2 Blessed be the name of God: from this time foorth for euermore. Psalms 113:3 The name of God is to be praysed: from the rising vp of the sunne, vnto the goyng downe of the same. Psalms 113:4 God is high aboue all Heathen: and his glory aboue the heauens. Psalms 113:5 Who is like vnto God our Lord that dwelleth on hygh aboue all:

for his mercy.

Psalms 113:6 and yet humbleth him selfe to beholde the thinges that are in heauen and in earth? Psalms 113:7 He rayseth vp the simple out of the dust: and lyfteth vp the poore from the dounghyll. Psalms 113:8 For to make him sit with the princes: euen with the princes of his people. Psalms 113:9 He maketh the barren woman to kepe house: and to be a ioyful mother of children. Prayse ye the Lorde.

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