Matthew Bible

Psalms 74

The prophet complaineth of the desolation of the sanctuary.

Psalms 74:1 {An instruccion of Asaph.} O God, wherfore doest thou cast vs so cleane away? why is thy wrath so hoote agaynste the shepe of thy pasture? Psalms 74:2 O thynke vpon thy congregacion, whome thou hast purchased from the beginnyng: the stafe of thyne enheritaunce, whome thou hast redemed, euen this hyll of Sion wherein thou dwellest. Psalms 74:3 Treade vpon them with thy fete, and cast them doune to the grounde, for the enemye hath destroyed altogether in the Sanctuary. Psalms 74:4 Thyne aduersaries roare in thy houses, & set vp their banners for tokens. Psalms 74:5 Men may se the axes glyster aboue, lyke as those that hewe in the wood. Psalms 74:6 They cut doune all the syelyng worke of the Sanctuary with bylles and axes. Psalms 74:7 They haue set fyre vpon the Sanctuary, they haue defyled the dwellyng place of thy name, euen vnto the grounde. Psalms 74:8 Yea, they say in their hertes: let vs spoyle them altogether, thus haue they brent vp all the houses of God in the lande. Psalms 74:9 We se oure tokens no more, there is not one Prophet more, no not one that vnderstandeth any more.

He moveth God to help in consideration of his power,

Psalms 74:10 O God, how long shall the aduersary do this dishonoure? how longe shall the enemy blaspheme thy name? for euer? Psalms 74:11 Why withdrawest thou thine hand? why pluckest thou not thy right hande out of thy bosome, to consume thyne enemyes? Psalms 74:12 But God is my Kynge of olde, the helpe that is done vpon earth, he doth it hym selfe. Psalms 74:13 Thou deuidest the sea thorow thy power thou breakest the heades of the dragons in the waters. Psalms 74:14 Thou smitest the heades of Leuiathan in peces, and geuest him to be meate for people in the wyldernes. Psalms 74:15 Thou diggest vp welles and brokes, thou dryest vp myghty waters. Psalms 74:16 The daye is thyne, and the nyght is thine thou hast prepared the lightes and the sunne. Psalms 74:17 Thou hast set all the borders of the earth, thou hast made both sommer and winter.

of his reproachful enemies, of his children, and of his Covenant.

Psalms 74:18 Remember this, O Lord, how the enemy rebuketh, and howe the folyshe people blaspheme thy name. Psalms 74:19 O delyuer not the soule of thy turtle doue vnto the beastes, and forget not the congregacyon of the poore for euer. Psalms 74:20 Loke vpon the couenaunte, for the darcke houses of the earth are full of wyckednesse. Psalms 74:21 O let not the symple go awaye ashamed: for the poore and nedy geue prayses vnto thy name. Psalms 74:22 Aryse, O God, and mayntaine thine own cause, remembre howe the folyshe man blasphemeth the daylye. Psalms 74:23 Forget not the voyce of thyne enemyes, for the presumptyon of them that hate the, increaseth euer more and more

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