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Psalms 88

A prayer containing a grievous complaint.

Psalms 88:1 {A song and Psalme of the sonnes of Corah, to the chaunter vpon Mahelath, to geue thankes: an instruccion of Heman the Ezrahyte.} O lorde God of my saluacion, I haue cryed daye and nyght before the: Oh let my prayer entre into thy presence, encline thyne eare vnto my callynge. Psalms 88:2 For my soule is full of trouble, and my lyfe draweth nye vnto hell. Psalms 88:3 I am counted as one of them þt go downe vnto the pytte, and I haue bene euen as a man þt hath no strength. Psalms 88:4 Fre amonge the deed, lyke vnto them that be wounded lye in the graue, whych be out of remebraunce, and are cut awaye from thy hande: Psalms 88:5 Thou hast layed me in the lowest pytt, in a place of darcknesse and in the depe. Psalms 88:6 Thyne indignacyon lyeth harde vpon me, and thou hast vexed me wyth all thy stormes. Selah. Psalms 88:7 Thou hast put awaye myne acquaintaunce farre fro me, and made me to be abhorred of them: Psalms 88:8 I am so fast in preson, that I can not get forth. Psalms 88:9 My syght fayleth for very trouble: Lorde I haue called dayly vpon the, I haue stretched out myne handes vnto the. Psalms 88:10 Doest thou shewe wonders amonge the deed? Or shall the deed ryse vp agayne, and prayse the? Psalms 88:11 Shall thy louynge kyndnes be shewed in the graue, or thy faythfulnesse in destruccion? Psalms 88:12 Shall thy wonderous workes be knowen in the darcke, and thy ryghtuousnes in the lande where all thynges are forgotten? Psalms 88:13 Unto the haue I cryed O Lorde, and early shall my prayer come before the. Psalms 88:14 Lorde, why abhorrest thou my soule? and hydest thou thy face fro me? Psalms 88:15 I am in mysery, & lyke vnto hym that is at the poynt to dye (euen fro my youth vp) thy terrours haue I suffred with a troubled mynde. Psalms 88:16 Thy wrathfull dyspleasure goeth ouer me, and the feare of the hath vndone me. Psalms 88:17 They came rounde about me daylye lyke water, and compassed me together on euery syde. Psalms 88:18 My louers and frendes hast thou put awaye fro me, and hyd myne acquayntaunce out of my syght.

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