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Psalms 54

David, complaining of the Ziphims, prayeth for salvation.

Psalms 54:1 {To the chaunter in melodyes, an instruccyon of Dauid, when the Zephites came and sayde vnto Saull: Hath not Dauid hyd hym selfe amongest vs?} Saue me, O God, for thy names sake, and auenge me in thy strength Psalms 54:2 Heare my prayer, O God, & herken vnto þe wordes of my mouth. Psalms 54:3 For straungers are rysen vp against me, and tyrauntes (whych haue not God before their eyes) seke after my soule. Sela.

Upon his confidence in God's help he promiseth sacrifice.

Psalms 54:4 Beholde, God is my helper, the Lorde is with them that vpholde my soule. Psalms 54:5 He shall rewarde euell vnto myne enemyes: destroye thou them in thy treuth. Psalms 54:6 An offeryng of a fre hert will I geue the, and prayse thy name (O Lord) because it is so comfortable. Psalms 54:7 For he hath delyuered me out of all my trouble, and myne eye hat sene his desyre vpon myne enemyes.

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