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Psalms 142

David sheweth that in his trouble all his comfort was in prayer unto God.

Psalms 142:1 {The instruccyon of Dauid, a prayer whan he was in the caue.} I Cryed vnto the Lorde wt my voyce: yee, euen vnto the Lorde dyd I make my supplicacyon. I powred out my complayntes before hym, and shewed hym of my trouble. Psalms 142:2 When my sprete was in heuynesse, thou knewest my path: in the waye wherin I walked haue they preuely layed a snare for me. Psalms 142:3 I loked also vpon my right hande, and se, there was no man that wolde knowe me. I had no place to flee vnto, and no man cared for my soule. Psalms 142:4 I cryed vnto the, O Lorde, and sayde: thou arte my hope, and my porcyon in the lande of the lyuynge. Psalms 142:5 Consydre my complaynte: for I am brought very lowe. Psalms 142:6 O delyuer me from my persecutours: for they are to stronge for me. Psalms 142:7 Brynge my soule out of preson, þt I maye geue thankes vnto thy name: which thynge yf thou wylt graunte me, then shall the ryghteous resorte vnto my company.

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