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Psalms 74

The prophet complaineth of the desolation of the sanctuary.

Psalms 74:1 {An instruccyon of Asaph.} O God, werfore art thou absent from vs so long? why is thy wrath so hote agaynst the shepe of thy pasture? Psalms 74:2 O thynke vpon thy congregacyon, whom thou hast purchased and redemed of olde: Psalms 74:3 Thinke vpon the trybe of thine enheritaunce and mout Sion wherin thou hast dwelt. Psalms 74:4 Lyft vp thy fete, that thou mayest vtterly destroye euery enemye which hath done euell in the Sanctuary. Psalms 74:5 Thyne aduersaryes roare in the myddes of thy congregacions, and set vp their banners for tokens. Psalms 74:6 He that hewed tymbre afore out of þe thick trees, was knowne to brynge it to an excellent worke. Psalms 74:7 But now they breake downe all þe earned worcke therof wt axes & hammers. Psalms 74:8 They haue set fyre vpon thy holy places, and haue defyled the dwellynge place of thy name, euen vnto the grounde. Psalms 74:9 Yee, they sayed in their hertes: let vs make hauoke of them alltogether: thus haue they brent vp all the houses of God in the lande.

He moveth God to help in consideration of his power,

Psalms 74:10 We se not oure tokens, ther is not one Prophet more, no not one is ther among vs that vnderstandeth eny more. Psalms 74:11 O God, how long shall the aduersary do this dishonoure? how longe shal the enemy blaspheme thy name? For euer? Psalms 74:12 Why withdrawest þu thine hand? why pluckest thou not thy right hande out of thy bosome, to consume þe enemye? Psalms 74:13 For God is my kynge of olde: the helpe that is done vpon earth, he doth it him selfe. Psalms 74:14 Thou dyddest deuyde the see thorowe thy power, thou brakest the heades of the dragons in the waters. Psalms 74:15 Thou smotest the heades of Leuiathan in peces, and geuest him to be meate for the people in the wyldernesse. Psalms 74:16 Thou broughtest out fountaynes and waters out of þe harde rockes: thou dryedst vp myghtye waters. Psalms 74:17 The daye is thine, & the nyght is thyne: thou hast prepared the lyght and the sonne.

of his reproachful enemies, of his children, and of his Covenant.

Psalms 74:18 Thou hast sett all the borders of þe earth, thou hast made sommer and wynter. Psalms 74:19 Remembre this, O Lord, how the enemie hath rebuked, and how the folysh people hath blasphemed thy name. Psalms 74:20 O delyuer not þe soule of thy turtle doue vnto the multitude of the enemies: and forget not the congregacyon of the poore for euer. Psalms 74:21 Loke vpon the couenaunt, for all the earth is full of darknes, and cruell habitacions. Psalms 74:22 O let not the symple go awaye ashamed, but let the poore and nedy geue prayse vnto thy name. Psalms 74:23 Aryse, O God, maynteyne thine awne cause: remembre how the folyshe man blasphemeth the dayly. Forget not the voyce of thine enemyes: the presumpcyon of them that hate the increaseth euermore and more.

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