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Psalms 47

The nations are exhorted cheerfully to entertain the Kingdom of Christ.

Psalms 47:1 O clappe youre hodes together (all ye people) O synge vnto God with the voyce of thakesgeuynge. Psalms 47:2 For the LORDE the most hyest is to be feared, & he is the greate kynge vpo all ye earth. Psalms 47:3 He shal subdue the people vnder vs, & the Heithe vnder oure fete. Psalms 47:4 He choseth vs for an heretage, the beutie of Iacob whom he loued. Psalms 47:5 Sela. God is gone vp wt a mery noyse, & the LORDE wt the sownde of the tropet. Psalms 47:6 O synge prayses, synge prayses vnto God: O synge prayses, synge prayses vnto oure kynge. Psalms 47:7 For God is kynge of all the earth, O synge prayses vnto him with vnderstondinge. Psalms 47:8 God is kynge ouer the Heithe, God sitteth in his holy seate. Psalms 47:9 The prynces of the people are gathered together vnto the God of Abraham: for God is farre farre hyer exalted, then the mightie lordes of the earth.

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