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Psalms 120

David prayeth against Doeg,

Psalms 120:1 {A song of degrees.} I called vnto the Lorde in my trouble, and hee heard me. Psalms 120:2 Deliuer my soule, O Lord, from lying lippes, and from a deceitfull tongue.

reproveth his tongue,

Psalms 120:3 What doeth thy deceitfull tongue bring vnto thee? or what doeth it auaile thee? Psalms 120:4 It is as the sharpe arrowes of a mightie man, and as the coales of iuniper.

complaineth of his necessary conversation with the wicked.

Psalms 120:5 Woe is to me that I remaine in Meschech, and dwell in the tentes of Kedar. Psalms 120:6 My soule hath too long dwelt with him that hateth peace. Psalms 120:7 I seeke peace, and when I speake thereof, they are bent to warre.

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