Bishops' Bible

Psalms 8

God's glory is magnified by his works, and by his love to man.

Psalms 8:1 {To the chiefe musition vpon Gittith, a psalme of Dauid.} O God our Lorde, howe excellent is thy name in all the earth? for that thou hast set thy glory aboue the heauens. Psalms 8:2 Out of the mouth of very babes and sucklinges thou hast layde the foundation of thy strength for thyne aduersaries sake: that thou mightest styll the enemie and the auenger. Psalms 8:3 For I will consider thy heauens, euen the workes of thy fingers: the moone and the starres whiche thou hast ordayned. Psalms 8:4 What is man that thou art myndfull of him? and the sonne of man that thou visitest hym? Psalms 8:5 Thou hast made hym somthyng inferiour to angels: thou hast crowned him with glory and worship. Psalms 8:6 Thou makest hym to haue dominion of the workes of thy handes: and thou hast put all thinges [in subiection] vnder his feete, Psalms 8:7 All sheepe and oxen, & also the beastes of the fielde: Psalms 8:8 the foules of the ayre, and the fishe of the sea, and whatsoeuer swymmeth in the seas. Psalms 8:9 O God our Lorde: howe excellent great is thy name in all the earth?

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