Bishops' Bible

Psalms 82

The psalmist, having exhorted the judges,

Psalms 82:1 {A psalme of Asaph.} God standeth in the congregation of God: he iudgeth in the midst of God. Psalms 82:2 Howe long wyll ye geue wrong iudgement: and accept the persons of the vngodly? Selah. Psalms 82:3 Iudge ryght vnto the poore and fatherlesse: dispatch according to iustice suche as be afflicted and in necessitie. Psalms 82:4 Deliuer the poore and outcast: saue them from the hande of the vngodly.

and reproved their negligence,

Psalms 82:5 They knowe nothyng, they vnderstande nothing: they walke on styll in darknesse, [wherfore] all the foundations of the earth be out of course. Psalms 82:6 I haue sayde ye are gods: and ye all are chyldren of the most highest. Psalms 82:7 But ye shall dye lyke as a man [doth:] and princes them selues shall fall away lyke as other [do.]

prayeth God to judge.

Psalms 82:8 Arise O God, and iudge thou the earth: for thou shalt take all Heathen to thine inheritaunce.

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