Matthew Bible

Psalms 4

David prayeth for audience.

Psalms 4:1 {To the Chanter in Neginoth, a Psalme of Dauid.} Heare me when I call, O God of my ryghteousnes: thou that comfortest me in my trouble: haue mercy vpon me, herken vnto my praier.

He reproveth and exhorteth his enemies.

Psalms 4:2 O ye sonnes of men, howe longe wyll ye blaspheme myne honour? why haue ye suche pleasure in vanytye, and seke after lyes? Selah. Psalms 4:3 Knowe thys, that the Lorde dealeth maruelously wyth hys saynt: and when I cal vpon the Lorde, he heareth me. Psalms 4:4 Be angrye, but synne not: comen wyth youre owne hertes vpon youre beddes, and remember youre selues. Selah. Psalms 4:5 Offer thy sacrifyce of ryghtuousnes, and put your trust in the Lord.

Man's happiness is in God's favour.

Psalms 4:6 There be many that saye: who wyll do vs any good? Lord lift vp vpon vs the lyghte of thy countenaunce. Psalms 4:7 Thou reioyseste myne herte, thoughe their encrease be great both in corne & wyne. Psalms 4:8 Therfore wyll I laye me downe in peace, and take my rest: for thou Lorde only settest me in a sure dwellynge.

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