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Psalms 141

David prayeth that his suit may be acceptable,

Psalms 141:1 {A psalme of Dauid.} Lorde, I call vpon the: haste the vnto me, & consider my voyce, when I crye vnto the. Psalms 141:2 Let my prayer be set forth in thy sight as the incense: & let the lyftyng vp of my handes be an eueninge sacrifyce.

his conscience sincere,

Psalms 141:3 Set a watch, O Lord, before my mouth & kepe the dore of my lippes. Psalms 141:4 O let not myne herte be inclyned to any euell thynge: let me not be occupyed in vngodly workes, with þe men þt worke wyckednesse, lest I eate of soch thynges as please them. Psalms 141:5 Let the ryghteous rather smyte me frendly & reproue me. Psalms 141:6 But let not ther preciouse balmes: breake myne heed: yee, I wyll praye yet agaynste theyr wyckednesse.

and his life safe from snares.

Psalms 141:7 Lett theyr iudges be ouerthrowen in stony places: that they may heare my wordes: for they are swete. Psalms 141:8 Our bones lye scatered before the pit, lyke as when one breaketh and heweth wood vpon þe erth. Psalms 141:9 But myne eyes looke vnto the, O Lorde God: in the is my trust, Oh cast not out my soule. Psalms 141:10 Kepe me from þe snare which they haue layed for me: & from the trappes of þe wicked doers. Let þe vngodly fall into their awne nettes together: and let me euer escape them.

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