Bishops' Bible

Psalms 129

An exhortation to praise God for saving Israel in their great afflictions.

Psalms 129:1 {A song of high degrees.} Israel may now say: they haue troubled me often from my youth vp. Psalms 129:2 They haue troubled me often from my youth vp: but they haue not preuayled against me. Psalms 129:3 The plowemen plowed vpon my backe: they made long forrowes. Psalms 129:4 But God who is iust: hath cut a peeces the snares of the vngodly.

The haters of the Church are cursed.

Psalms 129:5 All they that beare an euyll wyll to Sion: shalbe confounded, and be made to turne backe from it. Psalms 129:6 They shall be as the grasse growing vpon the house toppes: whiche withereth afore that it be shot foorth [to his growth.] Psalms 129:7 Whereof the mower fylleth not his hande: neither he that byndeth vp the sheaues his armes full. Psalms 129:8 And they which go by, say not so much as the blessing of God be vpon you: we blesse you in the name of God.

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