The Psalmes of David

The Psalmes of David

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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. 1590 edition. Excerpt: ...these things of old, o Lord: how slial I now faie then, that it is come to passe.that thou being augrie, hast refused & cast awaie this thy king: 39 Wherefore, 1 praie thee, hastthou abrogated thy league made with thy scruantsl wherefore hast thou laid open to the reproch of al men his crown cast vpon the ground I 40 A! his forts being ouerthrowne, and al his fortresses destroied, 41 Thou hast laid him open to be spoiled by al! that passe by at their pleasure, and to be derided of al his neighbours about him. 41 Thou hast ministred power and cause of ioie to al his aduersaries. 4 3 Thou hast made blunt the edge of his sword, thou hast taken awaie al courage from him, that he is not able to sta id against the force of his eni-i mie. 44 Andthouhastblottedoutallhis honour.and hast east downs hit throne cucu to the ground. 4J In 45 In the vcrie flower os his youth thou hast cot offhts stiengih.Sc hast couered him with al shame. 4 6 Oh Lord! wilt thou withdraw thy seise from vl forcuerishal thine anger thus likeamost raging flame breake foorth against ni 47 Remembcrhow short the space of mans life is, v although it should be the whole time continucd.And thai we thinke that thou hast made men for no purpcse, but to take them awaie suddenlie S 48 What needc anie violence I praie you, to destroie vs 1 feeing there is no man who doth notpe- rifh of his own seise, and no man is able to exempt himselsc from the graue. 49 Where are nowe those thine old benefits, O Lord, which thou haft sivornevnto Dauid, that they should remaine for euer. 50 But to what purpose doe I make these complaintsf Thou knowest most certainelie the purpole of thy counsels -. and be it far from me that I stiould doubt of thy sideline. Onlie I beseech thee..show more

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  • Paperback | 106 pages
  • 188.98 x 246.13 x 5.59mm | 204.12g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236522273
  • 9781236522276