Matthew Bible

Psalms 50

The majesty of God in the Church.

Psalms 50:1 {A Psalme of Asaph.} The Lord euen the mighty God hath spoken, & called the world from the risyng vp of the sunne vnto the goynge doune of the same. Psalms 50:2 Out of Sion apeareth the glorious beuty of God. Psalms 50:3 Oure God shal come, and not kepe silence there goeth before him a consuming fyre, and a mighty tempest round about him. Psalms 50:4 He shall call the heauens from aboue, and the earth, that he may iudge his people.

His order to gather saints.

Psalms 50:5 Gather my saynctes together vnto me, those that set more by the couenant then by any offering. Psalms 50:6 And the heauens shal declare his rightuousnes, for God is iudge him selfe. Selah

The pleasure of God is not in ceremonies,

Psalms 50:7 Heare, O my people: let me speake, let me testify among you, O Israell: I am God, euen thy God. Psalms 50:8 I reproue the not because of thy sacryfice thy burnteofferynges are allwaye before me. Psalms 50:9 I wil take no bullockes out of thy house, nor gotes out of thy foldes. Psalms 50:10 For all the beastes of the felde are myne, and thousandes of cattell vppon the hylles. Psalms 50:11 I know al the foules vpon the mountaynes, and the wylde beastes of the felde are in my sight. Psalms 50:12 If I be hongry, I wyll not tell the: for the whole worlde is myne, & all that therein is. Psalms 50:13 Thynkest thou, that I will eate the fleshe of oxen, or drynke the bloude of goates?

but in sincerity of obedience.

Psalms 50:14 Offre vnto God prayse and thankesgeuynge, and paye thy vowes vnto the most hyest. Psalms 50:15 And call vpon me in the tyme of trouble, so wyll I heare the, that thou shalte thanke me. Psalms 50:16 But vnto the vngodly sayeth God? Why doest thou preach my lawes, and takest my couenaunt in thy mouth? Psalms 50:17 Where as thou hatest to be refourmed, and castest my woordes behynde the? Psalms 50:18 If thou seist a thefe, thou runnest wyth him, and art partaker with the aduouterers. Psalms 50:19 Thou lettest thy mouthe speake wickednesse, and thy tonge paynteth disceate. Psalms 50:20 Thou sittest & speakest agaynste thy brother, yea, & sclaundrest thyne owne mothers sonne. Psalms 50:21 This thou doest, whyle I holde my tonge and thynkest me to be euen suche one as thy self: but I wyll reproue the, and set my selfe agaynst the. Psalms 50:22 O considre this, ye that forget God: lest I plucke you awaye, and there be none too delyuer you. Psalms 50:23 Who so offreth me thankes and prayse, he honoureth me: & this is the way, wherby I wyll shewe hym the sauynge healthe of God.

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