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Psalms 37

David persuadeth to patience and confidence in God, by the different estate of the godly and the wicked.

Psalms 37:1 {A Psalme of Dauid.} Fret not thy self because of the vngodly: nether be þu enuyous agaynst þe euell doers. Psalms 37:2 For they shall soone be cut downe lyke þe grasse, & be wythered euen as þe grene herbe. Psalms 37:3 Put þu thy trust in the Lorde, & be doinge good: dwell in the lande, and verely thou shalt be fedd. Psalms 37:4 Delyte thou in the Lorde, & he shall geue the thy hertes desyre. Psalms 37:5 Commytte thy waye vnto þe Lorde, & put thy trust in hym, & he shall brynge it to passe. Psalms 37:6 He shall make thy rightuousnesse as cleare as þe light, & thy iust dealing as þe noone daye. Psalms 37:7 Holde the styll in þe Lorde, & abyde pacyently vpon him: but greue not thy selfe at hym, whose waye doth prospere agenst þe man þt doth after euell councels. Psalms 37:8 Leaue of from wrath, & let go displeasure, frett not thy self, els shalt thou be moued to do euell. Psalms 37:9 Wycked doers shalbe roted out: & they þt paciently abyde þe Lorde, those shall enheret þe lande. Psalms 37:10 Yet a lytle whyle, & the vngodly shalbe clene gone: thou shalt loke after hys place, & he shalbe awaye. Psalms 37:11 But the meke spreted shall possesse the earth, & shalbe refresshed in the multitude of peace. Psalms 37:12 The vngodly seketh councell agaynst þe iust, & gnassheth vpon hym with his tethe. Psalms 37:13 The Lord shall laughe hym to scorne, for he hath sene, þt his daye is commynge. Psalms 37:14 The vngodly haue drawen out the swerde, and haue bended their bowe, to cast downe þe poore and nedye, and to slaye soch as be of a ryght conuersacion. Psalms 37:15 Their swerde shall go thorow their awne herte, & their bowe shalbe broken. Psalms 37:16 Asinall thinge that the ryghtuous hath, is better then greate ryches of þe vngodly. Psalms 37:17 For the armes of the vngodly shalbe broken, and þe Lorde vpholdeth the ryghtuous. Psalms 37:18 The Lord knoweth þe dayes of the godly, & their inheritaunce shall endure for euer. Psalms 37:19 They shall not be confounded in þe perelous tyme, and in the dayes of derth they shall haue ynough. Psalms 37:20 As for the vngodly, they shall peryshe: & the enemyes of the Lorde shall consume, as the fatt of lambes: yee, euen as þe smoke shall they consume awaye. Psalms 37:21 The vngodly boroweth and payeth not agayne, but þe rightuous is mercyfull & lyberall. Psalms 37:22 Soch as be blessed of God, shall possesse the lande, & they that be curssed of hym, shalbe roted out. Psalms 37:23 The Lord ordreth a good mans goinge, & maketh his waye acceptable to him self. Psalms 37:24 Though he fall, he shal not be cast awaye, for þe Lord vpholdeth him with his hande. Psalms 37:25 I haue bene yonge, and nowe am olde: & yet sawe I neuer þe rightuous forsaken, ner his sede begginge theyr bread. Psalms 37:26 The ryghtuous is euer mercyfull, and lendeth, and his sede is blessed. Psalms 37:27 Fle from euell, and do the thynge that is good, and dwel for euer. Psalms 37:28 For the Lorde loueth the thynge that is ryght, he forsaketh not hys þt be godly, but they are preserued for euermore: Psalms 37:29 as for the sede of the vngodly, it shalbe roted out. Psalms 37:30 The ryghtuous shall inherett the lande, and dwell therin for euer. Psalms 37:31 The mouth of the ryghtuous is exercised in wysdome and his tonge wilbe talkyng of iudgement, Psalms 37:32 The lawe of his God is in his hert, and his goynges shall not slyde. Psalms 37:33 The vngodly seeth the ryghtuous, & seketh occasyon to slaye hym. Psalms 37:34 The Lorde wyll not leaue hym in hys hande, ner condempne him when he is iudged. Psalms 37:35 Hope thou in the Lord, and kepe his waye, & he shal promote the, that thou shalt possesse the lande: when the vngodly shal perishe, thou shalt se it. Psalms 37:36 I my selfe haue sene þe vngodly in great power, & florishinge lyke a grene baye tree: Psalms 37:37 & he vanished awaye, & lo, he was gone: I sought him, but coulde no where be found. Psalms 37:38 Kepe innocency, and take hede vnto the thynge that is ryght, for that shall brynge a man peace at the last. Psalms 37:39 As for the transgressours, they shall peryshe together, and the ende of the vngodly is, they shall be roted out at the last. But the saluacion of the ryghtuous commeth of the Lorde, which is also their strength in the tyme of trouble. Psalms 37:40 And the Lorde shall stande by them, and saue them: he shall delyuer them from the vngodly, and shall saue them, because they put theyr trust in hym.

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