Bishops' Bible

Psalms 98

The psalmist exhorteth the Jews,

Psalms 98:1 {A psalme.} Syng vnto God a newe song: for he hath done marueylous thynges. With his owne right hande and with his holy arme: he hath gotten to hym selfe the victorie. Psalms 98:2 God hath declared his saluation: he hath openly shewed his iustice in the syght of the heathen. Psalms 98:3 He hath remembred his mercie and trueth towarde the house of Israel: and all the endes of the worlde haue seene the saluation of our Lorde.

the Gentiles,

Psalms 98:4 Shewe your selues ioyfull vnto God all ye [in] the earth: make a ioly noyse, reioyce you chearfully, & syng psalmes. Psalms 98:5 Syng psalmes vnto God [playing] vpon an harpe: vpon an harpe, and with the sounde of a psalterie. Psalms 98:6 Shewe your selues ioyfull before the kyng eternall: with trumpettes and sounde of shawmes.

and all creatures to praise God.

Psalms 98:7 Let the sea make a noyse, and that is within it: the rounde worlde, and they that dwell therin. Psalms 98:8 Let the fluddes clappe their handes: and let the hylles be ioyfull altogether before the face of God. Psalms 98:9 For he commeth to iudge the earth: he wyll iudge the worlde accordyng to iustice, & the people accordyng to equitie.

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