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Psalms 120

David prayeth against Doeg,

Psalms 120:1 {A songe of the steares.} When I was in trouble, I called vpon the Lorde, and he hearde me. Psalms 120:2 Delyuer my soule, O Lorde, from lyenge lyppes, and from a disceatfull tonge.

reproveth his tongue,

Psalms 120:3 What rewarde shall be geuen or done vnto þe, þu false tonge? Psalms 120:4 Euen myghtie & sharpe arowes, wt hote burnynge coales.

complaineth of his necessary conversation with the wicked.

Psalms 120:5 Woo is me, þt I am constrayned to dwell with Mesech, and to haue myne habitacyon amonge the tentes of Cedar. Psalms 120:6 My soule hath longe dwelt amonge them, that be enemyes vnto peace. Psalms 120:7 I laboure for peace, but when I speake therof, they make them to battayle.

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