Matthew Bible

Psalms 37

David persuadeth to patience and confidence in God, by the different estate of the godly and the wicked.

Psalms 37:1 {A Psalme of Dauid.} Fret not thy selfe at the vngodly be not thou enuious agaynst the euel doers. Psalms 37:2 For they shall soone be cutte doune lyke the grasse, & be wythered euen as the grene herbe. Psalms 37:3 Put thou thy trust in the Lorde, and be doyng good: so shalt thou dwel in the lande, & verely it shall fede the. Psalms 37:4 Delyte thou in the Lorde, & he shall geue the thy hertes desire. Psalms 37:5 Committe thy waye vnto the Lorde, sette thy hope in hym, and he shall brynge it too passe. Psalms 37:6 He shal make thy righteousnesse as cleare as the light, & thy iust dealynge as the noone daye. Psalms 37:7 Holde the styl in the Lord, and abyde paciently vpon hym: but greue not thy selfe at one that hath prosperytie, and lyueth in abhominacion. Psalms 37:8 Leaue of from wrath, let go displeasure, let not thy gelousy moue the also to do euell. Psalms 37:9 For wycked doers shalbe roted oute, but they that paciently abyde the Lord, shall enheret the lande. Psalms 37:10 Suffre yet a litle whyle, and the vngodly shalbe cleane gone: thou shalt loke after hys place, and he shalbe awaye. Psalms 37:11 But the meke spreted shall possesse þe earth, and haue pleasure in muche rest. Psalms 37:12 The vngodly layeth wayte for the iust, & gnassheth vpon him with his tethe. Psalms 37:13 But the Lord laugheth him to scorne, for he seyth that his daye is commyng. Psalms 37:14 The vngodly drawe oute the swerde & bende their bowe, to caste doune the simple and poore, and to slaye suche as go the right waye. Psalms 37:15 Neuertheles, their swerde shal go thorow their owne hert, and theyr bowe shalbe broken. Psalms 37:16 A small thinge that the righteous hath, is better then great ryches of the vngodly. Psalms 37:17 For the armes of the vngodly shalbe broken, but the Lorde vpholdeth the ryghteous. Psalms 37:18 The Lord knoweth the dayes of þe Godly and their inheritaunce endureth for euer. Psalms 37:19 They shall not be confounded in the perlous tyme, and in the daies of derth thei shal haue ynough. Psalms 37:20 As for the vngodly, they shall perysh: and when the enemyes of the Lorde are in theyr floures, they shall consume, yea, euen as the smoke shall they consume awaye. Psalms 37:21 The vngodly boroweth and payeth not agayne, but the righteous is mercyfull and lyberall. Psalms 37:22 Such as be blessed of hym, shall possesse þe lande: and they whome he curseth, shalbe roted out. Psalms 37:23 The Lorde ordreth a good mans goynge, and hath pleasure in hys waye. Psalms 37:24 Though he fall, he shall not be hurte, for the Lorde vpholdeth him with his hande. Psalms 37:25 I haue bene yonge, and now am olde: yet sawe I neuer the righteous forsaken, nor hys sede to seke their bread. Psalms 37:26 The righteous is euer mercifull, and lendeth gently, therfore shal his sede be blessed. Psalms 37:27 Fle from euell, and do the thynge that is good, so shalt thou dwell for euer. Psalms 37:28 For the Lorde loueth the thynge that is ryght, he forsaketh not hys sainctes, but thei shalbe preserued for euermore: as for the sede of the vngodly, it shalbe roted out. Psalms 37:29 Yea, the righteous shal possesse the land, and dwell therein for euer. Psalms 37:30 The mouth of the righteous is exercised in wysdome, and hys tonge talketh of iudgement. Psalms 37:31 The lawe of his God is in his hert, therfore shall not his fotesteppes slyde. Psalms 37:32 The vngodly seyth the righteous, & goeth aboute to slaye hym. Psalms 37:33 But the Lorde will not leaue him in hys handes, nor condempne him when he is iudged. Psalms 37:34 Hope thou in the Lord, & kepe his waye, & he shal so promote the, that thou shalt haue the lande by enheritaunce, and se, when the vngodly shall perishe. Psalms 37:35 I my selfe haue sene the vngodly in great power, & florishinge lyke a grene baye tree: Psalms 37:36 but when I went by, lo, he was gone: I sought hym, but he coulde no where be founde. Psalms 37:37 Kepe innocency, and take hede vnto the thynge that is ryghte, for that shall brynge a man peace at the last. Psalms 37:38 As for the transgressours, they shall peryshe together, and the vngodly shall be roted out at the laste. Psalms 37:39 The helpe of the righteous commeth of the Lorde, he is their strength in the tyme of trouble. Psalms 37:40 The Lorde shall stande by them, and saue them: he shall delyuer them from the vngodly and helpe them, because they put their truste in hym.

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