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Psalms 12

David, destitute of human comfort, craveth help from God.

Psalms 12:1 {To him that excelleth vpon the eight tune. A Psalme of Dauid.} Helpe Lord, for there is not a godly man left: for the faithfull are fayled from among the children of men. Psalms 12:2 They speake deceitfully euery one with his neighbour, flattering with their lips, and speake with a double heart.

He comforteth himself with God's judgments on the wicked, and confidence in God's tried promises.

Psalms 12:3 The Lorde cut off all flattering lippes, and the tongue that speaketh proude things: Psalms 12:4 Which haue saide, With our tongue will we preuaile: our lippes are our owne: who is Lord ouer vs? Psalms 12:5 Now for the oppression of the needy, and for the sighes of the poore, I will vp, sayeth the Lord, and will set at libertie him, whom the wicked hath snared. Psalms 12:6 The wordes of the Lorde are pure wordes, as the siluer, tried in a fornace of earth, fined seuen folde. Psalms 12:7 Thou wilt keepe them, O Lord: thou wilt preserue him from this generation for euer. Psalms 12:8 The wicked walke on euery side: when they are exalted, it is a shame for the sonnes of men.

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