A New Translation of the Psalms, with Notes, by M. Young. Without Titleleaf and Incomplete Not Publ

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1806 edition. Excerpt: ... delivered my foul from the deep grave. 14. O God, the proud are risen against me, and the assemblies of the violent have sought after my soul, and have not set thee before them. 15. But thou, O Lord, art a God full of compassion and gracious, long suffering, and plenteous in mercy and truth. 16. O turn unto me and have mercy on me, give strength unto thy servant, and save the son of thine handmaid. 17. Shew for me a token of thy goodness, that they, who hate me, may see it and be ashamed, because thou, O Lord, hast holpen me and comforted me. PSALM LXXXVII. The triumphant song of a Jew on his return from Babylon, and the rebuilding of Jerusalem, in which he sets up for the superiority of Jerusalem over all heathen cities, even the mojl celebrated, in respecl of the number of eminent persons born in her. The Targum seems to shew, that the ancient title of this Psalm was, " The Foundations on the Holy Mountains? 1. THE Lord loveth the gates of Sion more than all the dwellings in Jacob. 2. Glorious things are spoken of thee, thou city of God. 3. I will make mention of Egypt and Babylon amongst my acquaintance, of Philistia also and Tyre, with Ethiopia, sayings "this man was born there." 4. But of Sion it shall be said, " this great man, and that great man was born in her, and the Most High himself hath established her." 5. The Lord when he writeth the registry of nations shall declare, "this man was born there; 6. But of princes of renown, all my springs are in thee." PSALM LXXXVIII. The lamentation of a person confined by an inseclious disease, probably the leprosy. 1. O LORD God of my salvation, I cry day and night before thee. 2. O let my prayer enter into thy presence, incline thine ear unto my calling. 3. For...
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  • English
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