Bishops' Bible

Psalms 148

The psalmist exhorteth the celestial,

Psalms 148:1 Prayse ye the Lorde, prayse ye God out of heauen: prayse ye hym on hygh aboue. Psalms 148:2 Prayse hym all ye his angels: prayse hym all ye his hoast. Psalms 148:3 Prayse ye hym sunne and moone: praise hym all ye starres [that geue] lyght. Psalms 148:4 Prayse ye hym all ye heauens: and ye waters that be aboue the heauens. Psalms 148:5 Euen they shoulde prayse the name of God: for he commaunded, and they were created. Psalms 148:6 He hath set them sure for euer and euer: he hath geuen them a lawe which shall not be broken.

the terrestrial,

Psalms 148:7 Prayse ye God from the earth: ye dragons and all deepes. Psalms 148:8 Fire and hayle, snowe and vapours: stormie wynde fulfyllyng his worde. Psalms 148:9 Mountaynes and all hylles: fruitfull trees and all Cedars. Psalms 148:10 Beastes and all cattell: wormes and fethered foules.

and the rational creatures to praise God.

Psalms 148:11 Kynges of the earth and all people: princes and all iudges of the earth. Psalms 148:12 Young men and maydens, olde men with children, Psalms 148:13 shoulde prayse the name of God: for his name only is most excellent, and his maiestie aboue earth and heauen. Psalms 148:14 He hath exalted the horne of his people: the prayse of all his saintes, euen of the children of Israel, a people that is most nye vnto him. Prayse ye the Lord.

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