Matthew Bible

Psalms 141

David prayeth that his suit may be acceptable,

Psalms 141:1 {A Psalme of Dauid.} Lorde, I call vpon the: hast the vnto me, & consider my voyce, when I crye vnto the. Psalms 141:2 Let my prayer be setforth in thy sight as the incense, and let the lifting vp of my handes be an euenynge sacrifice.

his conscience sincere,

Psalms 141:3 Set a watch, O lorde, before my mouth, yea, a watch at the dore of my lippes. Psalms 141:4 O let not myne herte be enclyned to any euell thyng, to be mynded as the vngodly or wicked men, lest I eate of suche thynges as please them. Psalms 141:5 Let the righteous rather smite me frindly, & reproue me: so will I take it, as though he had poured oyle vpon my head: it shall not hurt my head, yea, I will praye yet for theyr wickednesse. Psalms 141:6 Their iudges stomble at the stone, yet heare they my wordes, that they be ioyfull.

and his life safe from snares.

Psalms 141:7 Oure bones lye scatered before the pyt, lyke as when one graueth and dyggeth vp the grounde. Psalms 141:8 But myne eyes loke vnto the, O Lorde God: in the is my trust, Oh caste not out my soule. Psalms 141:9 Kepe me from the snare whiche they haue layed for me, and from the trappes of the wicked doers. Psalms 141:10 Let the vngodly fall into their owne nettes together, vntyll I be gone by them.

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