Bishops' Bible

Psalms 6

David's complaint in his sickness.

Psalms 6:1 {To the chiefe musition on Neginoth vpon eyght, a psalme of Dauid.} O God rebuke me not in thine indignation: neither chasten me in thy wrath. Psalms 6:2 Haue mercy on me O God, for I am weake: O God heale me, for my bones be very sore. Psalms 6:3 My soule also is greatly troubled: but O God howe long [shall I be in this case?] Psalms 6:4 Turne thee O God, and deliuer my soule: Oh saue me for thy mercies sake. Psalms 6:5 For in death no man remembreth thee: and in the graue who can acknowledge thee? Psalms 6:6 I am weerie of my groning: I washe my bed euery nyght, and I water my coutche with my teares. Psalms 6:7 Mine eye is almost put out through griefe: and worne out through all mine enemies.

By faith he triumpheth over his enemies.

Psalms 6:8 Away from me all workers of iniquitie: for God hath hearde the voyce of my weeping. Psalms 6:9 God hath hearde my petition: God wyll receaue my prayer. Psalms 6:10 All myne enemies shalbe confounded and sore vexed: they shalbe turned backe, they shalbe put to shame sodainlye.

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