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Psalms 30

David praiseth God for his deliverance.

Psalms 30:1 {A Psalme and songe of the dedicacyon of the house of Dauid.} I Wyll magnifye þe, O lorde, for thou hast set me vp, & not made my fooes to triumphe ouer me. Psalms 30:2 O Lorde my God, I cryed vnto the, and thou hast healed me. Psalms 30:3 Thou Lorde hast brought my soule out of hell: thou hast kepte my lyfe, from them that go downe to the pytte.

He exhorteth others to praise him by example of God's dealing with him.

Psalms 30:4 Synge prayses vnto the Lorde (O ye saintes of his) and geue thankes vnto him for a remembraunce of his holynesse. Psalms 30:5 For hys wrath endureth but the twinclinge of an eye, and in hys pleasure is lyfe: heuynesse maye endure for a nyght, but ioye commeth in the mornynge. Psalms 30:6 And in my prosperyte, I sayde: I shall neuer be remoued: thou Lorde of thy goodnesse hadest made my hill so stronge. Psalms 30:7 Thou dyddest turne thy face and I was troubled. Psalms 30:8 Then cryed I vnto the, O Lorde, & gat me to my Lorde ryght humbly. Psalms 30:9 What profyt is there in my bloude, whan I go downe to the pytte? Psalms 30:10 Shall the dust geue thanckes vnto the? Or shall it declare thy trueth? Psalms 30:11 Heare, O Lorde, and haue mercy vpon me: Lorde be thou my helper. Psalms 30:12 Thou hast turned my heuynesse in to ioye: thou hast put of my sacke cloth, and gyrded me with gladnesse. Therfore shall (euery good man) synge of thy prayse without ceassinge: O my God, I wyll geue thanckes vnto the for euer.

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