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And for the blasphemy, wherewith our neighbours have blasphemed thee : reward thou them, O Lord, séven-fold into their bosom.
So we, that are thy people, and sheep of thy pasture*, shall give thee thanks for ever : and will alway. be shewing forth thy praise from generation to geněration.
Psalm lxxx. Qui regis Israel. HEAR, O thou Shepherd of Israel *, thou that leadest Jóseph like a sheep : shéw thyself also, thou that sittest upon the chérůbims.
Before Ephraim, Benjamin, and Manasses : stir up thy strength, and come, and help us.
Túrn us ågain, O God : shew the light of thy coúntenance, and we shall be whóle.
O Lord God of hosts : how long wilt thou be angry with thy people that práyeth?
Thou feédest them with thě bread of tears : and givest them plénteousness of tears to drink.
Thou hast made us a very strífe unto our neighbours : and our enemies laugh us to scórn.
Turn us again, thou God of hosts : shew the light of thy countenance, and we shall be whóle.
Thou hast brought a vine out of Egypt : thou hast cást out the heathen, ånd planted it.
Thou máděst room for it ; and when it had taken root it filled the land.
The hills were covered with the shadow of it : and the boughs thereof were like the goodly cedartrees. • She strétched out her branches unto thě sea : and her boughs unto the river.
Why hast thou then broken down her hedge : that all they that go by pluck off her grapes ?
The wild boar out of the wood doth root it up : and the wild beasts of the field devoúr it.
Turn thee again, thou God of hosts *, look down from heavěn : behold, and visit this víne;
And the place of the vineyard that thy right hand hath planted : and the branch that thou madest so strong for thyself.
It is burnt with fire, and cut down : and they shall perish at the rebúke of thy countěnance.
Let thy hand be upon the man of thy right hand : and upon the son of man*, whom thou madest so strong for thine own self.
And so will not we go back from thee : 0 let us live and we shall cáll úpon thy Name.
Turn us again, O Lord God of hosts : shew the light of thy countenance, and we shall be whóle.
Psalm lxxxi. Exultate Deo.
SING we merrily unto God our strength : make a cheerful noise unto the God of Jacob.
Take the psalm, bring hither the tabret : the merry harp with the lute.
Blow up the trumpet in the new-moon : even in the time appointed, and upon our sólēmn feast-day.
For this was made a statute for Isråel : and a law of the God of Jacob.
This he ordained in Joseph for a téstimony : when he came out of the land of Egypt, and had heard ă strange language.
I eased his shoulder from the burden : and his hands were delivered from making the pots.
Thou calledst upon me in troubles, and I delivered thee : and heard thee what time as the storm fell upon thee.
I proved thee also : at the wátěrs of strife.
Hear, O my people, and I will assure thee, O Isrăel : if thou wilt heárken unto me.
There shall no strange god be in thee : neither shalt thou worship any othěr god.
I am the Lord thy God*, who brought thee out of the land of Egypt : open thy mouth wide, and I shåll fill it.
But my people would not hear my voice : and Israel would not obéy me.
So I gave them up unto their own hearts' lusts : and let them follow their own imaginations.
O that my people would have hearkened unto me : for if Israel had walked in my ways,
I should soon have put down their éněmies : and turned my hand against their adversaries.
The haters of the Lord should have been found liars ; but their time should have endured for éver.
He should have fed them also with the finest wheat-flour : and with honey out of the stony rock should I have sátisfied thee.
PSALM lxxxii. Deus stetit. God standeth in the congregation of princes : he is a Judge åmong gods.
How long will ye give wrong judgment : and accept the persons of the ungodly?
Defend the poor and fatherless : see that such as are in need and necessity have right.
Deliver the outcast and poor : save them from the hand of the ungodly.
They will not be learned nor understand*, but walk on still in darkness : all the foundations of the earth are out of course.
I have said, Ye are gods : and ye are all the chíldren of the most Highest.
But ye shall die like men : and fall like one of the prínces.
Arise, O God, and judge thou the earth : for thou shalt take all heathen to thine inheritance.
Psalm lxxxiii. Deus, quis similis?
HOLD not thy tongue, O God*, keep not still sílence : refraín not thyself, O God.
For lo, thine enemies make ă múrmuring : and they that háte thee have lift up their head.
They have imagined craftily against thy people : and taken counsel against thy secrèt ones.
They have said, Come, and let us root them out*, that they be no more a people : and that the name of Israel may be no more in remembrance.
For they have cast their heads together with one consent : and are conféderăte against thee;
The tabernacles of the Edomites, and the Ismaelites : the Móabites, ånd Hagặrens ;
Gebal, and Ammon, and Amălek : the Philistines, with thém thắt dwell at Tyre.