Geneva Bible

Psalms 130

The psalmist professeth his hope in prayer,

Psalms 130:1 {A song of degrees.} Ovt of the deepe places haue I called vnto thee, O Lord. Psalms 130:2 Lorde, heare my voyce: let thine eares attend to the voyce of my prayers. Psalms 130:3 If thou, O Lord, straightly markest iniquities, O Lord, who shall stand? Psalms 130:4 But mercie is with thee, that thou mayest be feared.

and his patience in hope.

Psalms 130:5 I haue waited on the Lord: my soule hath waited, and I haue trusted in his worde. Psalms 130:6 My soule waiteth on the Lorde more then the morning watch watcheth for the morning.

He exhorteth Israel to hope in God.

Psalms 130:7 Let Israel waite on the Lorde: for with the Lorde is mercie, and with him is great redemption. Psalms 130:8 And he shall redeeme Israel from all his iniquities.

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