Geneva Bible

Psalms 138

David praiseth God for the truth of his Word.

Psalms 138:1 {A Psalme of Dauid.} I will praise thee with my whole heart: euen before the gods will I praise thee. Psalms 138:2 I will worship toward thine holy Temple and praise thy Name, because of thy louing kindenesse and for thy trueth: for thou hast magnified thy Name aboue all things by thy word. Psalms 138:3 When I called, then thou heardest me, and hast encreased strength in my soule.

He prophesieth that the kings of the earth shall praise God.

Psalms 138:4 All the Kings of the earth shal praise thee, O Lorde: for they haue heard the wordes of thy mouth. Psalms 138:5 And they shall sing of the wayes of the Lord, because the glory of the Lord is great. Psalms 138:6 For the Lord is high: yet he beholdeth the lowly, but the proude he knoweth afarre off.

He professeth his confidence in God.

Psalms 138:7 Though I walke in the middes of trouble, yet wilt thou reuiue me: thou wilt stretch foorth thine hand vpon the wrath of mine enemies, and thy right hand shall saue me. Psalms 138:8 The Lord will performe his worke toward me: O Lorde, thy mercie endureth for euer: forsake not the workes of thine handes.

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