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Psalms 7

David prayeth against the malice of his enemies, professing his innocency.

Psalms 7:1 {Sigaion of Dauid, which he sang vnto þe Lord in þe busynes of Thus the sonne of Iemini.} O Lorde my God, in þe haue I put my trust: saue me from all them þt persecute me, & delyuer me. Psalms 7:2 Lest he deuoure my soule lyke a lyon, and teare it in peces, whyle there is none to helpe. Psalms 7:3 O Lorde my God, yf I haue done any soche thynge, or yf there be any wyckednes in my handes. Psalms 7:4 Yf I haue rewarded euyll vnto him that dealt frendly with me, yee, I haue delyuered hym, that without any cause is myne enemye. Psalms 7:5 Then lett myne enemye persecute my soule, and take me: ye let hym treade my lyfe downe vpon the earth, & laye myne honoure in the dust. Sela. Psalms 7:6 Stande vp, O Lorde, in thy wrath: and lyfte vp thy selfe, because of the indygnacyons of myne enemyes: aryse vp for me, in the iudgement that þu hast commaunded. Psalms 7:7 And so shall the congregacyon of the people come aboute the, for theyr sakes therfore lyft vp thy selfe agayne. Psalms 7:8 The Lorde shall iudge the people geue sentence with me, O Lorde, accordyng to my ryghtewesnes, and accordynge to the innocencye þt is in me. Psalms 7:9 Oh let the wyckednes of þe vngodly come to an ende: but guyd thou the iust.

By faith he seeth his defence, and the destruction of his enemies.

Psalms 7:10 For þe righteous God trieth the very hertes and the reynes. Psalms 7:11 My helpe commeth of God, which preserueth them that are true of herte. Psalms 7:12 God is a ryghtewes iudge, and God is prouoked euery daye. Yf a man will not turne, he wyll whet his swerde: he hath bent his bowe and made it ready. Psalms 7:13 He hath prepared hym the instrumentes of deeth: he ordeyneth hys arowes agaynst the persecutours. Psalms 7:14 Beholde he trauayleth with myschefe, he hath conceaued sorow, and brought forth vngodlynesse. Psalms 7:15 He hath grauen and dygged vp a pytte, & is fallen hym selfe into the destruccyon that he made (for other.) Psalms 7:16 For his trauayll shall come vpon his awne head & his wickednes shall fall vpon hys awne pate. Psalms 7:17 I wyll geue thankes vnto the Lorde accordynge to his ryghteousnes, & will prayse the name of the Lorde the most hyest.

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