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Psalms 6

David's complaint in his sickness.

Psalms 6:1 {To hym that excelleth in musick, vpon the instrument of eyght strynges. A psalme of Dauid.} O Lorde, rebuke me not in thyne indignacion: nether chasten me in thy displeasure. Psalms 6:2 Haue mercy vpon me, O Lorde: for I am weake: O Lorde heale me: for my bones are vexed. Psalms 6:3 My soule also is sore troubled: but Lorde howe longe wylt thou punyshe me? Psalms 6:4 Turne the, O Lorde, and delyuer my soule: Oh saue me for thy mercyes sake. Psalms 6:5 For in death no man remembreth the: & who will geue the thankes in the pytte? Psalms 6:6 I am weery of my gronynge: euery nyght washe I my bedd, & water my couche with my teares. Psalms 6:7 My bewtye is gone for very trouble, and worne awaye because of all myne enemyes.

By faith he triumpheth over his enemies.

Psalms 6:8 Awaye frome all ye þt worke vanyte: for þe Lorde hath hearde the voyce of my wepynge. Psalms 6:9 The Lorde hathe hearde my peticyon, the Lorde wyll receaue my prayer. Psalms 6:10 All myne enemyes, shalbe confounded & soore vexed, they shalbe turned backe & put to shame sodenly.

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