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Psalms 48

The ornaments and privileges of the Church.

Psalms 48:1 {A songe of a Psalme of the children of Corah} Greate is the Lorde, & hyelye to be praysed, in the cytie of oure God, euen vpon his holy hyll. Psalms 48:2 The hyll of Sion is a fayre place, & the ioye of the whole earth: vpon the north syde lyeth the cytie of the great kyng. Psalms 48:3 God is well knowne in her palaces, as a sure refuge. Psalms 48:4 For lo, the kynges are gathered, & gone by together. Psalms 48:5 They marueled, to se soch thinges: they were astonied, and sodenly cast downe. Psalms 48:6 Feare came there vpon them, & sorowe, as vpon a woman in her trauayle. Psalms 48:7 Thou shalt breake the shyppes of þe see, thorow the east wynde. Psalms 48:8 Lyke as we haue herd, so haue we sene in the cytie of the Lord of Hostes, in the cytie of oure God. God vpholdeth þe same for euer. Sela. Psalms 48:9 We wayte for thy louyng kyndnesse (O God) in þe myddest of thy temple. Psalms 48:10 (O God) accordyng vnto thy name, so is thy prayse vnto the worldes ende: thy ryght hand is full of ryghteousnes. Psalms 48:11 Let the mount Sion reioyse, and the daughters of Iuda be glad because of thy iudgementes. Psalms 48:12 Walke about Sion, and go round about her, and tell the towres therof. Psalms 48:13 Marcke well her bulworkes, set vp her houses, that ye maye tell them that come after. Psalms 48:14 For thys God is oure God for euer & euer, he shall be ouer gyde vnto death.

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