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Psalms 12

David, destitute of human comfort, craveth help from God.

Psalms 12:1 {The title of the eleuenthe salm. To the victorie on the eiyte, the song of Dauid.} Lord, make thou me saaf, for the hooli failide; for treuthis ben maad litle fro the sones of men. Psalms 12:2 Thei spaken veyn thingis, ech man to hys neiybore; thei han gileful lippis, thei spaken in herte and herte.

He comforteth himself with God's judgments on the wicked, and confidence in God's tried promises.

Psalms 12:3 The Lord destrie alle gileful lippis; and the greet spekynge tunge. Psalms 12:4 Whiche seiden, We schulen magnyfie oure tunge, our lippis ben of vs; who is oure lord? Psalms 12:5 For the wretchednesse of nedy men, and for the weilyng of pore men; now Y schal ryse vp, seith the Lord. I schal sette inhelt he; Y schal do tristili in hym. Psalms 12:6 The spechis of the Lord ben chast spechis; siluer examynyd bi fier, preued fro erthe, purgid seuen fold. Psalms 12:7 Thou, Lord, schalt kepe vs; and thou schalt kepe vs fro this generacioun with outen ende. Psalms 12:8 Wickid men goen in cumpas; bi thin hiynesse thou hast multiplied the sones of men.

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