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Psalms 12

David, destitute of human comfort, craveth help from God.

Psalms 12:1 {To him that excelleth vpon an instrument of eyght strynges a Psalme of Dauid.} Helpe Lord, for there is not one godly man left. For the faythful are mynisshed from amonge the chyldren of men. Psalms 12:2 They talke of vanyte, euery one wyth hys neyghboure, they do but flatter wyth theyr lyppes & dyssemble in theyr double herte.

He comforteth himself with God's judgments on the wicked, and confidence in God's tried promises.

Psalms 12:3 The Lorde shall rote out all disceatfull lyppes, and the tonge that speaketh proude thynges. Psalms 12:4 Whych haue sayde: wyth oure tonge wyll we preuayle: we are they þt ought to speake, who is Lord ouer vs. Psalms 12:5 Nowe for the comforles troubles sake of the neadye, & because of the deape fyghthing of the poore, I will vp (sayeth the Lorde) and wyll helpe euery one, from hym that swelleth agaynst hym, and wyll set them at rest. Psalms 12:6 The wordes of the Lorde are pure wordes euen as the syluer, whych from earth is tryed and purifyed seuen tymes in the fyre. Psalms 12:7 Thou shalt kepe them (O Lorde) thou shalt preserue hym from thys generacyon for euer Psalms 12:8 The vngodly walke on euery syde: whan they are exalted, the chyldren of men are put to rebuke.

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