Matthew Bible

Psalms 13

David complaineth of delay in help.

Psalms 13:1 {To the chaunter, a Psalme of Dauid.} How longe wilt thou forget me O Lorde? for euer? howe longe wilt thou hyde thy face fro me? Psalms 13:2 Oh how long shal I seke counsayl in my soule? how longe shall I be so vexed in myne hert? howe longe shall myne enemye triumphe ouer me?

He prayeth for preventing grace.

Psalms 13:3 Considre, & heare me, O Lorde my God: lighten myne eyes, that I sleape not in death. Psalms 13:4 Lest myne enemye saye: I haue preuayled agaynst hym: for if I be cast doune, they that troble me will reioyse at it.

He boasteth of divine mercy.

Psalms 13:5 But my trust is in thy mercy, & my herte is ioyfull in thy sauynge health. Psalms 13:6 I will singe of the Lorde, that dealeth so louingly with me. (Yea, I wil prayse the name of the Lorde the moost hyest.)

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