Bishops' Bible

Psalms 66

David exhorteth to praise God,

Psalms 66:1 {To the chiefe musition, a song (whiche is) a psalme.} Declare you ioyfull vnto the Lorde all [ye of] the earth: Psalms 66:2 sing psalmes vnto the glory of his name, geue glory to his maiestie. Psalms 66:3 Say vnto the Lorde, oh howe wonderfull art thou in thy workes: thorow the greatnes of thy power thyne enemies shalbe founde liers vnto thee. Psalms 66:4 For all [they of] the worlde shall worship thee, and sing psalmes vnto thee: they shall sing psalmes vnto thy holy name. Selah.

to observe his great works,

Psalms 66:5 Come hither and beholde the workes of the Lorde: howe wonderfull he is in his doing towarde the chyldren of men. Psalms 66:6 He turneth the sea into drye lande, so that they went thorowe the water on foote: there dyd we reioyce in him. Psalms 66:7 He ruleth with his power for euer, his eyes beholdeth the gentiles: such as be rebels shal not come to promotion. Selah.

to bless him for his gracious benefits.

Psalms 66:8 O ye people blesse your Lorde: and make the voyce of his praise to be heard. Psalms 66:9 Who preserueth our soule in life: and suffereth not our feete to slip. Psalms 66:10 For thou O Lord hast proued vs: thou hast tryed vs, like as siluer is tryed. Psalms 66:11 Thou broughtest vs into the snare: and layde trouble vpon our loynes.

He voweth for himself religious service to God.

Psalms 66:12 Thou sufferedst men to ride ouer our heades: we went through fire and water, and [yet] thou broughtest vs out into a pleasaunt [place.] Psalms 66:13 I wyll go into thy house with burnt offeringes: and I wyll pay thee my vowes Psalms 66:14 whiche I promised with my lippes, and spake with my mouth when I was in trouble. Psalms 66:15 I wyll offer vnto thee fat burnt sacrifices, with the incense of rammes: I will offer bullockes and goates. Selah.

He declareth God's special goodness to himself.

Psalms 66:16 O come hither, & hearken: and I wil tell all you that feare the Lorde, what he hath done for my soule. Psalms 66:17 I called vnto hym with my mouth: and I exalted him with my tongue. Psalms 66:18 If I had inclined vnto wickednes in my heart, the Lorde woulde not haue hearde me: Psalms 66:19 but the Lorde hath hearde me, & considered the voyce of my prayer. Psalms 66:20 Blessed be the Lorde which hath not reiected my prayer: nor turned his mercye from me.

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