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Psalms 142

David sheweth that in his trouble all his comfort was in prayer unto God.

Psalms 142:1 {A Psalme of Dauid, to giue instruction, and a prayer, when he was in the caue.} I cryed vnto the Lord with my voyce: with my voyce I prayed vnto the Lord. Psalms 142:2 I powred out my meditation before him, and declared mine affliction in his presence. Psalms 142:3 Though my spirit was in perplexitie in me, yet thou knewest my path: in the way wherein I walked, haue they priuily layde a snare for me. Psalms 142:4 I looked vpon my right hand, and beheld, but there was none that would knowe me: all refuge failed me, and none cared for my soule. Psalms 142:5 Then cryed I vnto thee, O Lord, and sayde, thou art mine hope, and my portion in the land of the liuing. Psalms 142:6 Hearken vnto my crye, for I am brought very lowe: deliuer me from my persecuters, for they are too strong for me. Psalms 142:7 Bring my soule out of prison, that I may prayse thy Name: then shal the righteous come about me, when thou art beneficiall vnto me.

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