Geneva Bible

Psalms 20

The Church blesseth the king in his exploits.

Psalms 20:1 {To him that excelleth. A Psalme of Dauid.} The Lorde heare thee in the day of trouble: the name of ye God of Iaakob defend thee: Psalms 20:2 Send thee helpe from the Sanctuarie, and strengthen thee out of Zion. Psalms 20:3 Let him remember all thine offerings, and turne thy burnt offerings into asshes. Selah: Psalms 20:4 And graunt thee according to thine heart, and fulfill all thy purpose: Psalms 20:5 That we may reioyce in thy saluation, and set vp the banner in the Name of our God, when the Lord shall performe all thy petitions. Psalms 20:6 Now know I that the Lord will helpe his anointed, and will heare him from his Sanctuarie, by the mightie helpe of his right hand.

Her confidence in God's succour.

Psalms 20:7 Some trust in chariots, & some in horses: but we will remember the Name of ye Lord our God. Psalms 20:8 They are brought downe and fallen, but we are risen, and stand vpright. Psalms 20:9 Saue Lord: let the King heare vs in the day that we call.

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