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Psalm is a mine of gold to the true worshippers, who worship God in the spirit, and in the truth, rejoicing in Christ Jesus, and having no confidence in the flesh; and, as explained by the Holy Ghost in the xth chapter of the Epistle to the Hebrews, may serve as an infallible Key to all the rest of the Psalms

- After what has been already suggested from the Scriptures to the common sense of mankind, in the general preface, it may be reckoned superfluous to all, what a false light he follows, when he regards the contents prefixed to the top of each Psalm, (not to speak any more of the commentators, who are all of one spirit), by comparing them with the unquestionable New Testament interpretations : witness this Psalm, the xvith, xxiid, and lxixth.--For parallels, Psalm and verse, consult the references on the margin : * see especially the following, all precisely (as this) spoken in one person, and of the same spirit and strain of expression; viz. Psalms xvi. xxii

. xxv. xxvii. xxx. xxxi. xxxv. xxxviii. xxxix. xli. xlii. xliii. 1. li lvii. lxi. lxix. lxx. lxxi. cxix. cxxxix. &c. 112 01

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I come, O God, to do thy will host
I’u bear the sins of men
And lead them to thy holy hill. alojoa I

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* Prose Psalms of the Bible,

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1 I WAITED for the Lord my Godaiw e

And patiently did bear stesso tright I At length to me he did incline b sods.1

My voice and cry to hears bonists : 2 He took me from a fearful pit, ib tever I OF

And from the miry clay,
And on a rock he set my feet, leguro
Establishing my way.

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3 He put a new song in my mouthzai: vdT

Our God to magnify:rad bolsono) Many shall see it, and shall fear, toʻtt 10%

And on the Lord rely, vit fid 915H 40 blessed is the man whose trust.

Upon the Lord relies; but YT II Respecting not the proud, nor such

to voltoho As turn aside to lies. thigurnoi vdT

Teine lida 91 perlt 19. I 50 Lord my God, full many are se allt o I CI M. The wonders thou hast done in brA Thy gracious thoughts to us-ward farlou

Above all thoughts are gone :omaso I In order none can reckon them

STON VORT To thee : if them declare, di sodel'T And speak of them I would, they more & &I

Than can be number'd are. erti bio I 6 No sacrifice nor offering otso bre boter 2

Didst thou at all desire ; m_1992 tsdT Mine ears thou

bord sin-off'ring thou / And burnt didst not requiresite bra 7 Then to the Lord these were my words, 'I J

I come, behold and see; bobavotao' Within the volume of the book dt ni isdT It written is of me:

-901 of !sde sifA 8 To do thy will I take delights 101 990t al of

O thou my God that art ga99a od W Yea, that most holy law of thine vet od W

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b. Lo, thou dosti know, O Lord, that I do Refrained not my speech.

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And shewn thy faithfulness :
Thy kindness which most loving is

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Have hid thy verity....!
11 Thy tender mercies, Lord, from me

o do thou not restrain:
Thy loving-kindness and thy truth,

Let them me still maintain.
12 For ills past reck’ning compass me, "m!

And mine iniquities within <!!
Such hold upon me taken havepiste

I cannot lift mine eyes.cz: Vaud
They more than hairs are on mine head,

Thence is mine heart dismay’d. 13 Be pleased, Lord, to rescue me

Lord, hasten to mine aid. 14 Sham'd and confounded be they allo s.

ir That seek my soul to kill ; ijodi tabi Yea, let them backward driven begne sai

And sham'd that wish me illud baa 15 For a reward of this their shame toj 1981

Confounded let them be,
That in this manner scoffing says it all

Aha, aha! to me. 16 In thee let all be glad, and joy, yrit ob 01,

Who seeking thee abide vie wodt 0 Who thy salvation love, say still, srit esa?

The Lord be magnify’d. udiw svsd 1

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17 I'm poor and needy, yet the Lord

of me a care doth take: Thou art my help and saviour,

My God, no tarrying make.

PSALM XLI. This Psalm, being spoken also in one person, and interpreted, John xii. 18. by the Lord concerning himself, when betrayed by Judas, perfectly ascer tains, in like manner, the meaning and true application of these two following ones, viz. Psal. xxvii. and ly, with their parallels.

Behold the Lord, the Lord of all,
For us become so weak and

poor,
That he behov'd on God to call,

To save him in his awful hour !--
Behold th' ingratitude confest

Of Judas' base and treach'rous heart :
A sad example to the rest,

Who from the Lord their God depart !
I BLESSED is he that wisely doth

The poor man's case consider ;
For when the time of trouble is,

The Lord will him deliver.
2 God will him keep, yea, save alive;

On earth he bless'd shall live;
And to his enemies' desire

Thou wilt him not upgive.
3 God will give strength when he on bed

Of languishing doth mourn;
And in his sickness sore, O Lord,

Thou all his bed wilt turn.
4 I said, O Lord, do thou extend

Thy mercy unto me;

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o do thou heal my soul; for why?

I have offended thee.
5 Those that to me are enemies,

Of me do evil say,
When shall he die, that so his name

May perish quite away?
6 To see me if he comes, he speaks

Vain words: but then his heart
Heaps mischief to it, which he tells,

When forth he doth depart. 7 My haters jointly whispering, Gainst me

my

hurt devise. 8 Mischief, say they, cleaves fast to him ;

He li'th, and shall not rise.
9 Yea, ev'n mine own familiar friend,

On whom I did rely,
Who ate my bread, ev’n he his heel

Against me lifted high.
10 But, Lord, be merciful to me,

And up again me raise,
That I may justly them requite

According to their ways.
11 By this I know that certainly

I favour'd am by thee;
Because

my
hateful

enemy
Triumphs not over me.
12 But as for me, thou me uphold'st

In mine integrity;
And me before thy countenance

Thou sett'st continually.
13 The Lord, the God of Israel,

Be bless'd for ever then,
From age to age eternally.

Amen, yea, and amen;

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