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Psalms 16

David, in distrust of merits, and hatred of idolatry, fleeth to God for preservation.

Psalms 16:1 {The badge or armes of Dauid.} Preserue me; O God, for in the haue I put my trust. Psalms 16:2 O my soule thou hast sayd vnto the Lorde: þu arte my God, my goodes are nothing vnto the. Psalms 16:3 All my delyte is vpon the saynctes þt are in the erth, & vpon soch as excell in vertue. Psalms 16:4 But they þt runne after another God, shall haue greate trouble.

He sheweth the hope of his calling, of the resurrection, and life everlasting.

Psalms 16:5 Their drinckoffrynges of bloude will not I offre, nether make mencion of their names within my lyppes. Psalms 16:6 The Lorde hym selfe is the porcion of myne enheritaunce: and of my cup: thou shalt maynteyne my lot. Psalms 16:7 The lot is fallen vnto me in fayre ground, yee, I haue a goodly heritage. Psalms 16:8 I wyll thanke the Lorde for geuynge me warnynge: my reynes also chasten me in the nyght season. Psalms 16:9 I haue set God alwayes before me, for he is on my right hande, therfore I shall not fall. Psalms 16:10 Wherfore my hert was glad, & my glory reioysed, my flesh also shall rest in hope. Psalms 16:11 For why? thou shalt not leaue my soule in hell, nether shalt thou suffre thy holy one to se corrupcion. Thou shalt shewe me the path of lyfe: in thy presence is the fulnesse of ioye, and at thy ryght hande ther is pleasure for euermore.

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