Bishops' Bible

Psalms 87

The nature of the glory of the Church.

Psalms 87:1 {A psalme, the song of the sonnes of Corach.} [for] her foundations are vpon the holy hilles. Psalms 87:2 God loueth the gates of Sion more then all the dwellynges of Iacob: Psalms 87:3 Uery excellent thinges are spoken of thee: O thou citie of God. Selah.

The increase, honour, and comfort of the members thereof.

Psalms 87:4 I wyll make mention amongst those that knowe me, of Egypt and Babylon: behold also of Palestina and Tyre, with Ethiopia, [and it shalbe sayde] suche a man is borne there. Psalms 87:5 But of Sion it shalbe reported, that very many be borne in her: and the most highest him selfe shall establishe her. Psalms 87:6 God wyll number in the register of the people: euery one that is borne there. Selah. Psalms 87:7 And the singers aswell as the players of instrumentes: yea al my fountaines are in thee.

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