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David blesseth God, and

PSALMS.

extolleth his goodness.
8 Cause me to hear thy lovingkind- nor going out; that there be no com-
i Bee Pa 46.5. nessi in the morning: for in thee do plaining in our streets.
Ps. 5.8.
I trust : k cause me to know the way 157 Happy is that people, that is in Deu. 23. 23.

Ps. 83. 12.
TP.2A1,
wherein I should walk; for II litt such a case : yea, happy is that peo-

& 65. 4.
up my soul unto thee.
ple, whose God is the LORD.

& 146.6.
9 Deliver me, O LORD, from mine
2 Heb. kide al enemies: 1 2 fee unto thee to hide me.

PSALM 145.
cith her.

10 + Te me to do thy will; for 1 David preinek God for his fame, for
- P., 25. 4, 5. thou art my God: "thy spirit is his goodnes, 11 for his kingdom, 14 for
& 139. 24.

good lead me into the land of his poorideure. 17 for kis saving mercy.
Neb. 9. 20.

uprightness.
els. 28. 10.

David's a Psalm of praise. P. 100,
11 Quicken me, O LORD, for thy

title.
PP. 119. 25,
37, 10, &c. name's sake: for thy righteousness I WILL extol thee, my God, o

king; and I will bless thy name
Ps. 34. 3. 12 And of thy mercy cut off mine for ever and ever.
enemies, and destroy all them that

2 Every day will I bless thee; and
Ps. 115. 16. amict my soul: for I am thy ser. I will praise thy name for ever and

ever.
vant.
PSALM 144.
3 Great is the LORD, and greatly Ps.9.4.

& 147.5.
1 David blesselh God for hus merey both to to be praised; and his greatness
is unsearchable.

2 Hleb, and of
hin ard to nan. 5 He prayeth that
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David blesseth God, and

PSALMS.

extolleth his goodness.
8 Cause me to hear thy lovingkind- nor going out; that there be no com-

ness in the morning; for in thee do plaining in our streets.
Ps. 46. B.

I trust: "cause me to know the way 15 r Happy is that people, that is in Deut. 33.
Pe. 5. 8.
1 Ps. 25. 1.

wherein I should walk; for 'I lift up such a case: yea, happy is that people, Ps. 93. 12.
my soul unto thee.
whose God is the LORD.

& 146, 5,
9 Deliver me, O LORD, from mine ene-

PSALM CXLV.
mies: I 'fee unto thee to hide me.
hide me
10 m Teach me to do thy will; for David Paradisein

. God for his fame, 8 for his goodness,

11 his kingdom, for
thou art my God: n thy spirit is good;

his saving merey.
lead me into the land of uprightness.

David's a Psalm of praise.

a Pe, 100,

,
• Is. 26. 10. name's sake: for thy righteousness'
sake bring my soul out of trouble.

and ever.
25, 37, 40,

12 And of thy mercy Icut off mine 2 Every day will I bless thee; and I
Ps. 54. 5. enemies, and destroy all them that af- will praise thy name for ever and ever.
flict my soul: for? I am thy servant. 3 0 Great is the Lord, and greatly to P. 96.4.
PSALM CXLIV.

be praised ; ? and chis greatness is un- 2 Hel und
1 David blesseth God for his merey both to him and searchable.

5 He prayeth Thul God would poucetfully 4 d One generation shall praise thy

with thee.

Ps. 25.

title.

à 139. 24.
Xeh.9.20.

un pQuicken me, o LORD, for thy I and I will bless thy name for ever

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