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Habakkuk 3

Habakkuk in his prayer trembleth at God's majesty.

Habakkuk 3:1 {Absent from this edition.} Habakkuk 3:2 O Lorde, when I herde speake of þe, I was afrayed. The worcke that thou hast taken in hande, shalt thou perfourme in his tyme, O Lord & when thy tyme commeth, thou shalt declare it. In thy very wrath þu thinckest vpon mercy. Habakkuk 3:3 God commeth from Theman, & the holy one from the mount of Pharan. Selah. Habakkuk 3:4 His glory couereth þe heauens, & the earth is full of his prayse. His shine is as þe sunne, and beames of lyght go out of hys handes, there is his power hyd. Habakkuk 3:5 Destruccyon goeth before hym, & a pestilent sycknesse go from his fete. Habakkuk 3:6 He standeth, & measureth þe earth He loketh, & the people consume awaye, the mountaynes of þe worlde fal downe to poulder, & þe hilles are fayne to bowe them selues, for his goinges are euerlastynge and sure. Habakkuk 3:7 I sawe, that the pauilyons of the Morians & the tentes of þe land of Madian were vexed for werynesse. Habakkuk 3:8 Wast thou not angrie O Lord, in the waters? was not thy wrath in the floudes, & thy displeasure in þe see? yes when thou sattest vpon thine horse, & when thy charetes had þe victory. Habakkuk 3:9 Thou shewedst thy bowe openly, lyke as thou haddest promysed wt an othe vnto the trybes. Selah. Thou dydest deuyde þe waters of þe earth. Habakkuk 3:10 When the mountaines sawe the, they were afrayed, the water streame wente awaye: the depe made a noyse at the lyftinge vp of thyne hand. Habakkuk 3:11 The Sunne & Moone remayned styll in their habitacyon. Thyne arowes wente out glisterynge, and thy speares as þe shyne of the lyghtenyng. Habakkuk 3:12 Thou trodest downe the land in thyne anger, and dydest throshe þe Heathen in thy displeasure. Habakkuk 3:13 Thou camest forth to helpe thy people, to helpe thine anointed. Thou smotest downe þe head the house of þe vngodly, & discoueredest hys foundacions, euen vnto þe necke of him. Selah. Habakkuk 3:14 Thou dydest stryke thorow wt his scepter the heades of his playne people: which come as a stormy wynd to scatre me abrode, & are glad when they maye eat vp þe poore secretly Habakkuk 3:15 Thou makest awaye for thine horses in the see, euen in þe mudde of great waters. Habakkuk 3:16 When I heare this, my body is vexed, my lyppes tremble at þe voyce therof, my bones corrupte, I am afraied where I stande. O þt I myght rest in the daye of trouble, þt I myght go vp vnto our people, which are alredy prepared.

The confidence of his faith.

Habakkuk 3:17 For the fygg trees shal not be grene: & the vynes shal beare no frute. The laboure of þe olyue shalbe but lost, & the lande shall bring no corne: þe shepe shalbe taken out of þe folde, and there shalbe no catel in the stalles. Habakkuk 3:18 But as for me, I wyll be glad in the Lorde, and will reioyce in God my Sauyoure. Habakkuk 3:19 The Lord God is my strength, he shal make my fete as the fete of hertes: & he which geueth the victory, shal bring me to my hye places synginge vpon my psalmes.

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