Bishops' Bible

Psalms 142

David sheweth that in his trouble all his comfort was in prayer unto God.

Psalms 142:1 {The wise instruction of Dauid, a prayer when he was in the caue.} I cryed vnto God with my voyce: euen vnto God I dyd make my supplication. Psalms 142:2 I powred out before his face my cogitations: and I made a declaration of my trouble before his face. Psalms 142:3 When my spirite was ouerwhelmed within me, thou knewest my path: in the way wherein I walked they haue priuily layde a snare for me. Psalms 142:4 When I loked vpon my ryght hande and sawe [rounde about me] there was no man that woulde knowe me: I had no place to flee vnto, and no man cared for my soule. Psalms 142:5 I cryed vnto thee O God, and sayde: thou art my hope and my portion in the lande of the lyuyng. Psalms 142:6 Consider my complaynt, for I am brought very lowe: deliuer me from my persecutours, for they are to strong for me. Psalms 142:7 Bryng my soule out of prison, that I may prayse thy name: the ryghteous shal compasse me rounde about, because thou hast [thus] rewarded me.

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