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Psalms 69

David complaineth of his affliction.

Psalms 69:1 {To the chaunter vpon Sosanim of Dauid.} Saue me, O God, for the waters are come in euen vnto my soule. Psalms 69:2 I sticke fast in þe depe myre, where no ground is: I am come into depe waters, so that the floudes renne ouer me. Psalms 69:3 I am wery of crying, my throte is drie, my sight faileth me, for waytinge so long vpon my God. Psalms 69:4 They þt hate me without a cause, are mo then þe heeres of my head: they that are myne enemies & wolde destroie me giltlesse are mightie: Psalms 69:5 I payed them the thinges that I neuer toke. God, thou knowest my simplenesse, and my fautes are not hid from the. Psalms 69:6 Let not them that trust in þe, O Lord God of Hoostes be ashamed for my cause: let not those that seke the, be confounded thorowe me, O God of Israeli. Psalms 69:7 And why? for thy sake haue I suffred reprofe, shame hath couered my face. Psalms 69:8 I am become a straunger vnto my brethren: euen an aleaunt vnto my mothers children. Psalms 69:9 For þe zele of thyne house hath euen eaten me, and the rebukes of them that rebuked the are fallen vpon me. Psalms 69:10 I wepte and chastened my selfe with fastynge, and that was turned to my reprofe. Psalms 69:11 I put on a sacke cloth also, & they iested vpon me. Psalms 69:12 They that sitte in þe gate, speake agaynst me, and the dronckardes make songes vpon me.

He prayeth for deliverance.

Psalms 69:13 But Lorde I make my prayer vnto the in an acceptable tyme. Psalms 69:14 Heare me, O God, in þe multitude of thy mercy, euen in the trueth of thy saluacion. Psalms 69:15 Take me out of the myre, þt I sincke not. Oh let me be deliuered from them that hate me, and out of the depe waters. Psalms 69:16 Let not the water floud drowne me: nether let þe depe swalowe me vp, and let not the pytte shut her mouth vpon me. Psalms 69:17 Heare me, O Lorde, for thy louyng kyndnesse is comfortable: turne the vnto me accordynge vnto the multitude of thy mercies. Psalms 69:18 And hyde not thy face from thy seruaunt, for I am in trouble: O haste the, and here me. Psalms 69:19 Drawe nye vnto my soule, and saue it: Oh delyuer me because of myne enemies. Psalms 69:20 Thou hast knowen my reprose, my shame and my dyshonour: myne aduersaries are all in thy syght. Psalms 69:21 The rebuke hath broken my herte, I am full of heuynes: I loked for some to haue pitye vpon me, but there was no man: nether founde I anye to comforte me.

He denoteth his enemies with destruction.

Psalms 69:22 They gaue me gall to eate, & when I was thyrsty, they gaue me vineger to drinke. Psalms 69:23 Let their table be made a snare to take them selues withall, and let the thinges (that shuld haue bene for their welth) be vnto them an occasion of fallinge. Psalms 69:24 Let their eyes be blinded, þt they se not: and euer bowe þu downe their backes. Psalms 69:25 Powre out thyne indignacion vpon them, and let thy wrathfull displeasure take holde of them. Psalms 69:26 Let their habitacion be voyde and no man to dwell in their tentes. Psalms 69:27 For they persecute hym whom thou hast smyte, & they talke how they maye vexe them whom thou hast wounded. Psalms 69:28 Let them fall from one wyckednesse to another, and not come into thy ryghteousnesse. Psalms 69:29 Let them be wyped out of the boke of the lyuyng, & not be wrytten among the ryghteous.

He praiseth God with thanksgiving.

Psalms 69:30 As for me, whan I am poore and in heuynesse, thy helpe (O God) shall lyfte me vp. Psalms 69:31 I wyll prayse the name of God with a songe, and magnifye it wt thankesgeuing. Psalms 69:32 This also shall please the Lorde better then a bullocke, that hath hornes and hooffes. Psalms 69:33 The humble shal consydre this, and be glad: seke ye after God, and youre soule shall lyue. Psalms 69:34 For the Lord heareth the poore, and despyseth not his presoners. Psalms 69:35 Let heauen and earth prayse hym, the see & all that moueth therin. Psalms 69:36 For God will saue Syon, and buylde the cyties of Iuda, that men may dwell there, and haue it in possession. The posterite also of his seruauntes shall inheret it: & they that loue hys name, shall dwell therin.

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