Matthew Bible

Psalms 31

David shewing his confidence in God craveth his help.

Psalms 31:1 {To the chaunter a Psalme of Dauyd.} In þe O lord, is my trust: let me neuer be put to confusyon, but delyuer me in thy rightuousnesse. Psalms 31:2 Bow downe thyne eare to me, make haste to delyuer me: be thou my strong rocke and a house of defence, that thou mayest saue me. Psalms 31:3 For thou arte my stronge holde and my castel: O be thou my gide and lede me for thy names sake. Psalms 31:4 Drawe me out of the nette that they haue layed pryuelye for me, for thou arte my strength Psalms 31:5 In to thy handes I commende my spirite: thou hast delyuered me O Lorde thou God of truth. Psalms 31:6 I hate them that holde of vanites, and my trust is in the Lord.

He rejoiceth in his mercy.

Psalms 31:7 I wil be glad and reioyse in thy mercy for thou hast consydered my trouble, thou haste knowne my soule in aduersity. Psalms 31:8 Thou hast not delyuered me ouer into the handes of the enemye, but hast set my fete in a large rowme.

He prayeth in his calamity.

Psalms 31:9 Haue mercy vpon me, O Lorde, for I am in trouble, myne eye consumed for verye heuynesse, yea my soule and my body. Psalms 31:10 My lyfe is waxen olde with heuines, and my yeares with moornyng. My strength fayleth me because of mine aduersitie, and my bones are corrupt. Psalms 31:11 I am become a verye reprofe amonge all myne enemyes, my neyghbours and they of myne owne aquayntaunce are afraied of me they that se me in the streate, conueye them selues fro me. Psalms 31:12 I am cleane forgotten and oute of mynde as a dead man: I am become lyke a broken vessell. Psalms 31:13 For I haue harde the blasphemy of the multytude: euerye man abhorreth me: they haue gathered a councell together agaynste me, and are purposed to take awaye my lyfe. Psalms 31:14 But my hope is in the Lord, and I say thou art my God. Psalms 31:15 My tyme is in thy hande: deliuer me from the hand of mine enemies, and from them þt persecute me. Psalms 31:16 Shewe thy seruaunte the lyghte of thy countenaunce, helpe me for thy mercyes sake. Psalms 31:17 Let me not be confounded, O Lorde, for I calle vpon the: lette the vngodlye rather be put to confusyon, and broughte vnto the hell. Psalms 31:18 Let the lieng lippes be put to silence which cruely, disdainefully, and despitefully speake against the rightuous.

He praiseth God for his goodness.

Psalms 31:19 O howe greate and manyfolde is thy good, whyche thou haste hyd for them that feare the? O what thinges bringest thou to passe for them, that put their truste in the, euen before the sonnes of men? Psalms 31:20 Thou hydest them priuely by thyne owne presence from the proude men, thou kepeste them secretly in thy tabernacle, from þe strife of tonges. Psalms 31:21 Thankes be to the Lorde, for he hath shewed me maruelous greate kyndenesse in a strong cytye. Psalms 31:22 For when the suddaine feare cam vpon me I said: I am cast out of thy sighte. Neuerthelesse, thou herdest myne humble prayer, when I cried vnto the. Psalms 31:23 O loue the Lorde (all ye hys saynctes) for the Lorde preserueth the faythfull, and plenteusly rewardeth he the proud doer. Psalms 31:24 Be strong therfore and take a good herte vnto you, all ye þt put your trust in the Lord.

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