Bishops' Bible

Psalms 130

The psalmist professeth his hope in prayer,

Psalms 130:1 {A song of high degrees.} Out of the deepe I haue called vnto thee O God: O Lorde heare my voyce. Psalms 130:2 Let thine eares be attentiue: vnto the voyce of my petition for grace. Psalms 130:3 If thou O God wylt marke what is done amisse: O Lorde who can abide it? Psalms 130:4 For there is pardon of sinne with thee: that thou mayest be feared.

and his patience in hope.

Psalms 130:5 I haue wayted for God, my soule haue wayted [for hym:] and I haue reposed my trust in his worde. Psalms 130:6 My soule [lifteth] more after God, then watchmen do after the morning: I say more then watchmen do after the mornyng.

He exhorteth Israel to hope in God.

Psalms 130:7 Israel ought to trust in God, for there is mercy with God: and there is plenteousnes of redemption with him. Psalms 130:8 And he wyll redeeme Israel: from all his sinnes.

Download these eBooks in Deluxe
Strong's Concordance & Cross-Referenced Student's Editions!

Leave Your Comments Here!

 

Be a Facebook Fan!
Search Bibles by: All Words Any Word Exact Phrase 2012 OldeBible.com

Bishops Bible with Strongs ConcordanceDOWNLOAD this eBookNew offer..
Amazon Kindle
Amazon Kindle devices
!
Apple iBookstore
Apple iPad/iPhone/iPod
!
Barnes & Noble Nook
Barnes & Noble Nook
!