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Psalms 63

David's thirst for God.

Psalms 63:1 {A psalme of Dauid, when he was in the wildernes of Iuda.} O God, thou art my God, early wil I seke the. Psalms 63:2 My soule thrusteth for the: my flesh also longeth after the in a baren and drye lande, where no water is. Psalms 63:3 Thus haue I loked for the in holynesse that I myght beholde thy power and glory.

His manner of blessing God.

Psalms 63:4 For thy louing kindnes is better then thy lyfe it selfe: my lippes shal prayse the. Psalms 63:5 As longe as I lyue will I magnyfye the on this maner, and lyft vp my handes in thy name. Psalms 63:6 My soule shalbe satisfyed euen as it were with mary and fatnesse, when my mouth prayseth the with ioyfull lyppes. Psalms 63:7 Haue I not remembred the in my bedd, & thought vpon the, whan I was wakynge? Psalms 63:8 Because thou hast bene my helper, therfore vnder the shadowe of thy wynges will I reioyse.

His confidence of his enemies' destruction, and his own safety.

Psalms 63:9 My soule hangeth vpon the, thy ryght hand hath vpholden me. Psalms 63:10 These also that seke the hurt of my soule, they shal go vnder the earth. Psalms 63:11 Lett them fall vpon the edge of the sweard, that they maye be a porcyon for foxes. But the kyng shall reioyse in God: all they also that sweare by him shalbe commended, for the mouth of them þt speake lyes, shalbe stopped.

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