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Psalms 7

David prayeth against the malice of his enemies, professing his innocency.

Psalms 7:1 {Siggaion of Dauid, whiche he song vnto God in the busines of Chus, the sonne of Iemini.} O God my Lord, in thee I haue put my trust: saue me from all them that do persecute me, and deliuer thou me. Psalms 7:2 Lest he like a Lion seasoneth on my soule: teareth it in peeces, hauyng no rescue. Psalms 7:3 O God my Lord, if I haue done any such thing: or if there be any wickednesse in my handes. Psalms 7:4 If I haue done euyll vnto hym that had peace with me: and [if] I haue [not] deliuered hym that is without a cause myne aduersarie? Psalms 7:5 [Then] let myne enemie persecute my soule and take me: yea, let hym put me to death, and lay myne honour in the dust. Selah. Psalms 7:6 Arise O God in thy wrath, and stand thou vp agaynst the rage of myne enemies: stirre thou for me [according] to the iudgement [whiche] thou hast geuen. Psalms 7:7 And so shall the congregation of the people come about thee: for their sakes therfore place thy selfe on high. Psalms 7:8 God wyll iudge the people: geue thou sentence with me O God according to my righteousnesse, and according to my perfection [that is] within me. Psalms 7:9 My desire is, that ye wickednesse of the vngodly may come to an ende: and that thou wouldest assist the iust, who art the tryer of heartes and of reynes, O most righteous Lorde.

By faith he seeth his defence, and the destruction of his enemies.

Psalms 7:10 My buckler is with God: who preserueth them that be vpright in heart. Psalms 7:11 The Lorde is a righteous iudge: and the Lorde is prouoked to anger euery day. Psalms 7:12 If the wicked wyll not turne, he wyll whet his sworde: bende his bowe, and haue it in a redinesse [to shoote] Psalms 7:13 He hath prepared hym instrumentes of death: he hath ordayned his arrowes agaynst them that be persecutors. Psalms 7:14 Beholde, he wyll be in trauayle of a mischiefe, for he hath conceaued a labour: but yet he shall be brought to bed of a falsehood. Psalms 7:15 He hath made a graue and digged it: but he hym selfe wyll fall into the pit whiche he hath made. Psalms 7:16 For his labour shall come vpon his owne head: and his wickednesse shall fall vpon his owne pate. Psalms 7:17 I wyll prayse God accordyng to his ryghteousnesse: & I wyll sing psalmes vnto the name of the most high God.

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