A declaration of God's majesty in the Church.
Psalms 76:1 In Iuda is God knowne, his name is greate in Israel. Psalms 76:2 At Salem is his tabernacle, & his dwellinge in Sion. Psalms 76:3 There breaketh he the arowes of the bowe, ye shylde, the swerde & the whole battayll. Psalms 76:4 Sela. Thou art of more honoure & might the the hilles of robbers. Psalms 76:5 The proude shalbe robbed & slepe their slepe, & ye mightie shalbe able to do nothinge with their hodes. Psalms 76:6 Whe thou rebukest them (o God of Iacob) both the charettes & horsmen shal fall on slepe. Psalms 76:7 Thou art feareful, for who maye abyde in yi sight, when thou art angrie? Psalms 76:8 When thou lattest thy iudgment be herde from heauen, the erth trembleth & is still. Psalms 76:9 Yee when God aryseth to geue iudgment, & to helpe all them that be in aduersite vpon earth. Psalms 76:10 Sela. When thou punyshest one man, he must knowlege, that thou art redy to punysh other mo.
An exhortation to serve him reverently.
Psalms 76:11 Loke what ye promyse vnto the LORDE youre God, se that kepe it, all ye that be roude aboute him: brynge presentes vnto him yt ought to be feared. Psalms 76:12 Which taketh awaye the breth of prynces, & is wonderfull amoge the kynges of the earth.