Bishops' Bible

Psalms 120

David prayeth against Doeg,

Psalms 120:1 {A song of high degrees.} When I was in trouble I called vpon God: and he hearde me. Psalms 120:2 Deliuer my soule O God from false lyppes: & from a deceiptful tongue.

reproveth his tongue,

Psalms 120:3 What doth a deceiptfull tongue vnto thee? what good bryngeth it thee? Psalms 120:4 [So much] as sharpe arrowes of a strong man [in thy sydes:] with Iuniper coales [powred on thy head.]

complaineth of his necessary conversation with the wicked.

Psalms 120:5 Wo be vnto me that am constrayned to be conuersaunt in Mesech: and to dwell among the tentes of Cedar. Psalms 120:6 My soule hath dwelt long: with hym that hateth peace. Psalms 120:7 I [am a man] of peace: but because I do speake therof, they [prepare] them selues to battayle.

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