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Psalms 52

David, condemning the spitefulness of Doeg, prophesieth his destruction.

Psalms 52:1 {To the chaunter, an exortacyon of Dauid, when Doeg the Edomyte came to Saul, and shewed him, sayinge: Dauid is come to the house Ahymelech.} Why boastest thou thy self, thou Tyraunt, that thou canst do myschefe? Psalms 52:2 Where as þe goodnesse of God endureth yet daylie. Psalms 52:3 Thy tonge ymagineth wyckednesse, & wyth lyes thou cuttest lyke a sharpe rasoure. Psalms 52:4 Thou hast loued vngracyousnesse more then goodnes, & to talke of lyes more then ryghteousnesse. Sela. Psalms 52:5 Thou hast loued to speake all wordes that maye do hurt, O thou false tonge.

The righteous shall rejoice at it.

Psalms 52:6 Therfore shall God destroye the for euer: he shall take þe & plucke þe out of thy dwelling, & rote the out of the land of the lyuing. Sela. Psalms 52:7 The ryghteous also shall se this, & feare, & shall laugh him to scorne.

David, upon his confidence in God's mercy, giveth thanks.

Psalms 52:8 Lo, this is þe man, that toke not God for hys strength, but trusted vnto the multitude of his ryches, & strengthed hym selfe in his wickednesse. Psalms 52:9 As for me, I am lyke a grene olyue tre in the house of God: my trust is in the tender mercy of God for euer & euer. I wyll alwaye geue thankes vnto the, for þt þu hast done: & I wyll hope in thy name, for thy saynctes lyke it well.

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