Matthew Bible

Psalms 11

David encourageth himself in God against his enemies.

Psalms 11:1 {To the chaunter, of Dauid.} In þe Lord put I my trust: how will ye then saye too my soule: that she shoulde fle as a byrde vpon your hyll? Psalms 11:2 For lo, the vngodly haue bent their bowe, and made ready their arrowes in the quyuer, that they maye priuely shute at them, which are true of hert. Psalms 11:3 The verye foundacion haue they caste doune, what can the righteous then do with all?

The providence and justice of God.

Psalms 11:4 But the Lorde is in hys holy temple, the Lordes seate is in heauen: He considereth it with hys eyes, hys eye lyddes beholde the chyldren of men. Psalms 11:5 The Lorde seith bothe the righteous and vngodly, but who so delyteth in wickednes, hym hys soule abhorreth. Psalms 11:6 Vpon the vngodly he shall rayne snares, fyre, brymstone, storme and tempest: thys rewarde shall they haue to drynke. Psalms 11:7 For the Lord is righteous, and he loueth righteousnes: hys countenaunce beholdeth the thinge that is iust.

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