The prophet exhorteth to praise God,
Psalms 92:1 It is a good thinge to geue thankes vnto the LORDE, and to synge prayses vnto yi name, o most hyest. Psalms 92:2 To tell of thy louynge kyndnesse early in the mornynge, and of thy trueth in the night season. Psalms 92:3 Vpon an instrumet of ten strynges, vpon the lute and with a songe vpon the harpe.
for his great works,
Psalms 92:4 For thou LORDE hast made me glad thorow thy workes, and I wil reioyse ouer the operacion of thy hondes. Psalms 92:5 O LORDE, how glorious are thy workes, thy thoughtes are very depe.
for his judgments on the wicked,
Psalms 92:6 An vnwyse man wil not knowe this, & a foole wil not vnderstode it. Psalms 92:7 That the vngodly are grene as the grasse, and that all the workes of wickednes do florish, to be destroyed for euer. Psalms 92:8 But thou LORDE o most hyest, abydest worlde without ende. Psalms 92:9 For lo, thy enemies (o LORDE) lo, thy enemies shal perishe, and all the workers of wickednes shalbe scatred abrode.
and for his goodness to the godly.
Psalms 92:10 But my horne shalbe exalted like the horne of an Vnicorne, & shal be anoynted with fresh oyle. Psalms 92:11 Myne eye also shal se his lust of myne enemies, Psalms 92:12 & myne eare shall heare his desyre of the wicked yt ryse vp agaynst me. Psalms 92:13 The rightuous shal florish like a palme tre, and growe like a Cedre of Libanus. Psalms 92:14 Soch as be planted in the house of the LORDE, be frutefull, plenteous & grene. Psalms 92:15 That they maye shewe, how true the LORDE my stregth is, and that there is no vnrightuousnesse in him.