Bishops' Bible

Psalms 45

The majesty and grace of Christ's Kingdom.

Psalms 45:1 {To the chiefe musition (on the instrument) Sosannim (to be song of the) children of Corach. A song of loue, geuyng wise instructions.} My heart is endityng of a good matter: I wyll dedicate my workes vnto the king, my tongue is as the penne of a redy writer. Psalms 45:2 Thou art fayrer then the children of men, full of grace are thy lippes: because the Lorde hath blessed thee for euer. Psalms 45:3 Girde thee with thy sworde vpon thy thygh O thou most mightie: [that is] with thy glorie and thy maiestie. Psalms 45:4 Prosper thou with thy maiestie, ryde on the worde of trueth and of affliction for ryghteousnesse sake: and thy ryght hande shall teache thee terrible thynges. Psalms 45:5 Thyne arrowes are sharpe: a people the kynges enemies shall submit in heart them selues vnto thee. Psalms 45:6 Thy throne O Lorde endureth for euer and euer: the scepter of ryghteousnesse is the scepter of thy kyngdome. Psalms 45:7 Thou hast loued iustice and hated vngodlynesse: wherfore the Lorde euen thy Lorde hath annoynted thee with the oyle of gladnesse more then thy felowes. Psalms 45:8 All thy garmentes smell of Myrre, Aloes, and Cassia, out of the iuorie palaces: wherby they haue made thee glad. Psalms 45:9 Kynges daughters are amongst thy honourable women: vpon thy ryght hande standeth the queene in a vesture of golde of Ophir.

The duty of the Church, and the benefits thereof.

Psalms 45:10 Hearken O daughter and consider, encline thine eare: forget also thine owne people and thy fathers house. Psalms 45:11 So shall the kyng haue pleasure in thy beautie: for he is thy Lorde, and worship thou hym. Psalms 45:12 And the daughter of Tyre shall come with a present: the riche among the people shall make their earnest prayer before thee. Psalms 45:13 The kynges daughter is all glorious within: her clothyng is of wrought golde. Psalms 45:14 She shalbe brought vnto the kyng in rayment of needle worke: the virgins that folowe her and her company shalbe brought vnto thee. Psalms 45:15 With ioy and gladnesse shall they be brought: [and] shal enter into the kinges palace. Psalms 45:16 In steade of thy fathers, thou shalt haue children: whom thou mayst make princes in all landes. Psalms 45:17 I wyll remember thy name from one generation vnto another: therfore shall the people prayse thee worlde without ende.

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