Bishops' Bible

Psalms 9

David praiseth God for executing of judgment.

Psalms 9:1 {To the chiefe musition at the death of Labben, a psalme of Dauid.} I wyl prayse God with all myne heart: I wyl recite all thy marueylous workes. Psalms 9:2 I wyll be glad & reioyce in thee: I wyll sing psalmes vnto thy name, O thou most hyest. Psalms 9:3 For that myne enemies are returned backwarde: are fallen and perished at thy presence. Psalms 9:4 For that thou hast geuen iudgement in my ryght and cause: thou that iudgest right, hast sit in the throne of iudgement. Psalms 9:5 Thou hast rebuked the Heathen, and destroyed the vngodly: thou hast abolished their name for euer and euer. Psalms 9:6 O thou enemie thou thoughtest to bryng vs to a perpetuall desolation: and to destroy our cities, so that there shoulde remayne no memory of them. Psalms 9:7 But God wyll sit for euer: he hath prepared his throne for iudgement. Psalms 9:8 For he wyll iudge the world in iustice: and minister iudgement vnto the people in righteousnesse. Psalms 9:9 God also wyll be a refuge for the oppressed: euen a refuge in tyme of trouble. Psalms 9:10 And they that knowe thy name wyll put their trust in thee: for thou O God hast neuer fayled them that seeke thee.

He inciteth others to praise him.

Psalms 9:11 Sing psalmes vnto God abiding at Sion: declare his notable actes among the people. Psalms 9:12 For he maketh inquisition of blood: he remembreth it, and forgetteth not the complaynt of the poore.

He prayeth that he may have cause to praise him.

Psalms 9:13 Haue mercy on me O God: consider the trouble whiche I suffer of them that hate me, lift me vp from the gates of death. Psalms 9:14 That I may shewe all thy prayses within the gates of the daughter of Sion: and reioyce in thy saluation. Psalms 9:15 The Heathen are sunke downe into the pit that they made: their owne foote is snared in the same net whiche they had layde priuily [for other.] Psalms 9:16 God is knowen by the iudgement that he hath executed: the vngodly is trapped in ye worke of his owne handes, this ought to be considered alwayes. Selah. Psalms 9:17 The wicked shalbe turned vnto hell: and all people that forget God. Psalms 9:18 But the poore shall not alway be forgotten: [neither] shall the hope of the humble afflicted, perishe for euer. Psalms 9:19 Aryse vp O God, let not man preuaile: let the Heathen in thy sight be iudged. Psalms 9:20 Put them in feare O God: that the Heathen may knowe them selues to be but men. Selah.

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