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Psalms 3

The security of God's protection.

Psalms 3:1 {A psalme of Dauid when he fledd from the face of Absalon hys sonne.} Lord, howe are they increased, that trouble me? many are they, þt ryse against me. Psalms 3:2 Many one there be, þt saye of my soule: there is no helpe for hym in God. Sela. Psalms 3:3 But thou O Lorde, arte my defender: þu arte my worshyppe, and the lyfter vp of my heed. Psalms 3:4 I did call vpon the Lorde with my voyce, and he hearde me out of hys holy hyll. Sela. Psalms 3:5 I layed me downe and slepte, and rose vp agayne, for the Lorde susteyned me. Psalms 3:6 I will not be afrayde for ten thousandes of the people, that haue set them selues agaynst me rounde about. Psalms 3:7 Up Lorde, & helpe me, O my God, for thou smyttest all myne enemyes vpon the cheke bone: thou hast broken the teeth of the vngodly. Psalms 3:8 Saluacyon belongeth vnto the Lorde, and thy blessynge is vpon thy people. Selah.

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