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Psalms 141

David prayeth that his suit may be acceptable,

Psalms 141:1 {A Psalme of Dauid.} O Lord, I call vpon thee: haste thee vnto me: heare my voyce, when I cry vnto thee. Psalms 141:2 Let my prayer be directed in thy sight as incense, and the lifting vp of mine hands as an euening sacrifice.

his conscience sincere,

Psalms 141:3 Set a watch, O Lorde, before my mouth, and keepe the doore of my lips. Psalms 141:4 Incline not mine heart to euill, that I should commit wicked workes with men that worke iniquitie: and let me not eate of their delicates. Psalms 141:5 Let the righteous smite me: for that is a benefite: and let him reprooue me, and it shalbe a precious oyle, that shall not breake mine head: for within a while I shall euen pray in their miseries. Psalms 141:6 When their iudges shall be cast downe in stonie places, they shal heare my wordes, for they are sweete.

and his life safe from snares.

Psalms 141:7 Our bones lye scattered at the graues mouth, as he that heweth wood or diggeth in the earth. Psalms 141:8 But mine eyes looke vnto thee, O Lord God: in thee is my trust: leaue not my soule destitute. Psalms 141:9 Keepe me from the snare, which they haue layde for me, and from the grennes of the workers of iniquitie. Psalms 141:10 Let the wicked fall into his nettes together, whiles I escape.

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