Matthew Bible

Psalms 89

The psalmist praiseth God for his Covenant,

Psalms 89:1 {An instruccyon yf Ethan the Ezrahyte.} My songe shalbe alway of the louynge kyndnesse of the Lorde, wyth my mouth wyl I euer be shewynge thy faythfulnes from one generacyon to another. Psalms 89:2 For I haue sayed, mercy shalbe set vp for euer, thy faythfulnesse shalt thou stablysh in the heauens. Psalms 89:3 I haue made a couenaunt wyth my chosen, I haue sworne vnto Dauid my seruant. Psalms 89:4 Thy sede wyll I stablyshe for euer, and set vp thy trone from one generacyon to another Selah.

for his wonderful power,

Psalms 89:5 O Lorde the verye heauens shall prayse thy wonderous, worckes, yea and thy faythfulnes in the congregation of the saynctes. Psalms 89:6 For who is he amonge the cloudes, that may be compared vnto the Lord. Yea, what is he among the Gods þt is like vnto þe lord? Psalms 89:7 God is greatly to be feared in the councel of the saintes and to be had in reuerence of al them that are aboute hym. Psalms 89:8 O Lorde God of Hostes who is lyke vnto the in power? thy trueth is round about þe Psalms 89:9 Thou rulest the pryde of the sea, thou stillest the waues therof, when they aryse. Psalms 89:10 Thou breakest the proude, like one that is wounded, thou scatrest thine enemies abroad with thy mightye arme. Psalms 89:11 The heauens are thine, the earth is thine: thou hast layed the foundation of the rounde world, and al that therin is. Psalms 89:12 Thou hast made the north and the south, Tabor and Hermon shal reioyse in thy name Psalms 89:13 Thou hast a myghty arme, stronge is thy hande, and hye is thy righthande. Psalms 89:14 Righteousnes and equite is the habitacion of thy seate, mercy and truethe go before thy face.

for the care of his Church,

Psalms 89:15 Blessed is the people, O Lorde, that can reioyse in the, & walketh in the lyghte of thy countenauce. Psalms 89:16 Their delyte is in thy name all the daye longe, and thorowe thy righteousnesse they shalbe exalted. Psalms 89:17 For thou art the glory of their strength, & thorow thy fauoure shalt thou lyfte vp oure hornes. Psalms 89:18 The Lorde is our defence, and the holy one of Israel is our kyng.

for his favour to the kingdom of David.

Psalms 89:19 Thou spakest sometyme in visions vnto thy saynctes, and saydest: I haue layed helpe vpon one that is mighty, I haue exalted one chosen out of the people. Psalms 89:20 I haue founde Dauid my seruaunt, with my holy oyle haue I anoynted hym. Psalms 89:21 My hande shal holde him fast, and myne arme shall strengthen hym. Psalms 89:22 The enemye shall not ouercome hym, & the sonne of wyckednesse shall not hurte hym. Psalms 89:23 I shall smyte doune hys foes before hys face, and plage them that hate hym. Psalms 89:24 My trueth also & my mercy shalbe wyth hym, and in my name shall hys horne be exalted. Psalms 89:25 I will set hys hande in the sea, & his right hande in the floudes. Psalms 89:26 He shall call me, thou art my father, my God, and the strength of my saluacion. Psalms 89:27 And I will make hym my fyrste borne, hyer then the kynges of the earth. Psalms 89:28 My mercy wyll I kepe for hym for euermore, and my couenaunte shall stande faste with hym. Psalms 89:29 Hys sede wyll I make to endure for euer, yea, and his trone as the dayes of heauen. Psalms 89:30 But if hys chyldren forsake my law, and walke not in my iudgementes. Psalms 89:31 If they breake myne ordynaunces, & kepe not my commaundementes. Psalms 89:32 I will vyset their offences wyth the rodde, and their synnes wit scourges. Psalms 89:33 Neuerthelesse, my louinge kyndnesse wil I not vtterly take from hym, nor suffre my trueth to fayle. Psalms 89:34 My couenaunt wyl I not breake, nor disanulle the thynge that is gone out of my lippes. Psalms 89:35 I haue sworne once by my holinesse, that I will not fayle Dauid. Psalms 89:36 Hys sede shall endure for euer, and hys seate also lyke as the sunne before me. Psalms 89:37 He shall stande faste for euermore as the moone, and as the faythfull wytnesse in heauen. Selah.

The complaining of contrary events,

Psalms 89:38 But now thou forsakest & abhorrest thine anoynted, and art displeased at hym. Psalms 89:39 Thou hast turned backe the couenaunte of thy seruaunt, and caste hys croune to the grounde. Psalms 89:40 Thou hast ouerthrowen all his hedges, & broken doune his stronge holdes. Psalms 89:41 All they that go by, spoyle hym, he is become a rebuke vnto hys neyghbours. Psalms 89:42 Thou settest vp the righthande of his enemyes, and makest all hys aduersaries to reioyse. Psalms 89:43 Thou hast taken awaye the strengthe of his swerde, and geuest him not victory in the battayle. Psalms 89:44 Thou hast put out his glory, and cast his trone doune to the grounde. Psalms 89:45 The dayes of his youth hast thou shortened, & couered him with dishonoure. Selah.

he expostulateth, prayeth, and blesseth God.

Psalms 89:46 Lord, how longe wilt thou hyde thy self? For euer? shall thy wrathe burne lyke fyre? Psalms 89:47 O remembre how shorte my time is, hast thou made all men for nought? Psalms 89:48 What man is he that lyueth, and shall not se death? Maye a man deliuer his owne soule from the hande of hell? Selah. Psalms 89:49 Lorde, where are thy olde louing kyndnesses, whyche thou sworest vnto Dauid in thy trueth? Psalms 89:50 Remembre Lord the rebuke that the multitude of the people do vnto thy seruauntes, and how I haue borne it in my bosome. Psalms 89:51 Wherwith thyne enemyes blaspheme þe, and sclaunder the footesteppes of thyne anoynted. Psalms 89:52 Thankes be too the Lorde for euermore: Amen: Amen.

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