Bishops' Bible

Psalms 20

The Church blesseth the king in his exploits.

Psalms 20:1 {To the chiefe musition, a psalme of Dauid.} God heare thee in the day of trouble: the name of the Lorde of Iacob defende thee. Psalms 20:2 Let him sende thee helpe from the sanctuarie: and ayde thee out of Sion. Psalms 20:3 Let him remember all thy offeringes: and turne into asshes thy burnt sacrifices. Selah. Psalms 20:4 Let him graunt thee thy heartes desire: and accomplishe all thy deuice. Psalms 20:5 We wyll reioyce in thy saluation, and triumph in the name of our Lorde: for God wyll perfourme all thy petitions. Psalms 20:6 Nowe I knowe that God wyll saue his annoynted, he wyll heare him from his heauenly sanctuarie: there is saluation in the mightinesse of his right hande.

Her confidence in God's succour.

Psalms 20:7 Some [put their trust] in chariotes, and some in horses: but we wyll remember the name of God our Lorde. Psalms 20:8 They shalbe made to bowe and fall: but we shall arise, and stande vpright. Psalms 20:9 Saue thou O God: that the king may heare vs in the day when we call.

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