Matthew Bible

Psalms 138

David praiseth God for the truth of his Word.

Psalms 138:1 {Of Dauid.} I wyll geue thankes vnto the. O Lord, wyth my whole herte, euen before the Gods, wil I singe prayses vnto the. Psalms 138:2 I wyll worshyp toward thy holy temple and prayse thy name, because of thy louyng kyndenesse and trueth, for thou hast magnyfyed thy worde, accordyng vnto thy greate name. Psalms 138:3 When I call vpon the, thou hearest me, & endewest my soule wyth muche strength.

He prophesieth that the kings of the earth shall praise God.

Psalms 138:4 All the Kynges of the earthe shall prayse the, O Lord, when they heare the wordes of thy mouth. Psalms 138:5 Yea, they shall singe in the wayes of the Lorde, that great is the glory of the Lord. Psalms 138:6 For though the Lorde be hye, yet hath he respecte vnto the lowly: as for the proude, he beholdeth theim a farre of.

He professeth his confidence in God.

Psalms 138:7 Though I walke in the middest of trouble, yet shalte thou refreshe me: thou shalte stretche forth thyne hande vpon the furiousnes of myne enemyes, and thy righte hande shall saue me. Psalms 138:8 The Lord shall make good for me, yea, thy mercy, O LORDE, endureth for euer despyse not then the worcke of thyne awne handes.

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