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Psalms 44

The Church, in memory of former favours,

Psalms 44:1 {To the chaunter an instruccyon of the sonnes of Corah.} We haue herd wt oure eares (O God) oure fathers haue tolde vs, what thou hast done in theyr tyme of old. Psalms 44:2 How thou hast dryuen out þe Heithen wt thy hande, & planted them in: how thou hast destroyed the nacions, & cast them out. Psalms 44:3 For thy gat not the lande in possessyon thorowe theyr awne swearde, nether was it theyr awne arme þt helped them. Psalms 44:4 But thy ryght hand, and thyne arme, and the lyght of thy countenaunce, because thou haddest a fauoure vnto them. Psalms 44:5 Thou art my kyng (O God) sende helpe vnto Iacob. Psalms 44:6 Thorow the, wyll we ouerthrowe our enemyes, & in thy name wyll we tread them vnder that ryse vp agaynst vs.

complaineth of her present evils.

Psalms 44:7 For I wyll not trust in my bowe, it is not my swerde that shall help me. Psalms 44:8 But it is thou that sauest vs from oure enemye, and puttest them to confusyon that hate vs. Psalms 44:9 We make oure boast of God all the daye longe, and wyll prayse thy name for euer. Sela. Psalms 44:10 But now thou art farre of, and puttest vs to confusyon, and goest not forth wyth oure armyes. Psalms 44:11 Thou makest vs to turne oure backes vpon oure enemy, so that they whych hate vs, spoyle oure goodes. Psalms 44:12 Thou lettest vs be eaten vp lyke shepe, & hast scatred vs among the Heithen. Psalms 44:13 Thou sellest thy people for naught, & takest no moneye for them. Psalms 44:14 Thou makest vs to be rebuked of oure neyghbours, to be laughed to scorne & had in derisyon, of them þt are round about vs. Psalms 44:15 Thou makest vs to be a by worde among the Heithen, & that the people shake their heades at vs. Psalms 44:16 My confusion is daylye before me, & þe shame of my face hath couered me.

Professing her integrity,

Psalms 44:17 For the voyce of the sclaunderer & blasphemer, for the enemye & auenger. Psalms 44:18 And though all this be come vpon vs, yet do we not forgette þe, ner behaue oure selues frowardly in thy couenaunt. Psalms 44:19 Oure hert is not turned backe, nether oure steppes gone out of thy waye. Psalms 44:20 No not whan thou hast smytten vs in to the place of dragons, and couered vs wyth the shadow of deeth. Psalms 44:21 If we haue forgotten the name of oure God, & holden vp our handes to eny straung God. Shall not God search it out? for he knoweth þe very secretes of the hert. Psalms 44:22 For thy sake also are we kylled all the daye longe, and are counted as shepe apoynted to be slayne. Psalms 44:23 Up Lorde why slepest þu? A wake, & be not absent from vs for euer.

she fervently prayeth for succour.

Psalms 44:24 Wherfore hydest thou thy face, & forgettest oure mysery & trouble? Psalms 44:25 For our soule is brought lowe euen vnto the dust: oure bely cleueth vnto the ground. Psalms 44:26 Aryse & helpe vs, & delyuer vs for thy mercy sake.

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