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Psalms 30

David praiseth God for his deliverance.

Psalms 30:1 {A Psalme or song of the dedication of the house of Dauid.} I will magnifie thee, O Lorde: for thou hast exalted mee, and hast not made my foe to reioyce ouer me. Psalms 30:2 O Lorde my God, I cried vnto thee, and thou hast restored me. Psalms 30:3 O Lorde, thou hast brought vp my soule out of the graue: thou hast reuiued me from them that goe downe into the pit.

He exhorteth others to praise him by example of God's dealing with him.

Psalms 30:4 Sing praises vnto the Lord, ye his Saintes, and giue thankes before the remembrance of his Holinesse. Psalms 30:5 For he endureth but a while in his anger: but in his fauour is life: weeping may abide at euening, but ioy commeth in the morning. Psalms 30:6 And in my prosperitie I sayde, I shall neuer be moued. Psalms 30:7 For thou Lord of thy goodnes hadest made my mountaine to stande strong: but thou didest hide thy face, and I was troubled. Psalms 30:8 Then cried I vnto thee, O Lord, and praied to my Lord. Psalms 30:9 What profite is there in my blood, when I go downe to the pit? shall the dust giue thankes vnto thee? or shall it declare thy trueth? Psalms 30:10 Heare, O Lorde, and haue mercy vpon me: Lord, be thou mine helper. Psalms 30:11 Thou hast turned my mourning into ioy: thou hast loosed my sacke and girded mee with gladnesse. Psalms 30:12 Therefore shal my tongue praise thee and not cease: O Lorde my God, I will giue thankes vnto thee for euer.

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