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Scottish Psalter And Paraphrases by Anonymous

Psalm 21

To the chief Musician, A Psalm of David.


^1The king in thy great strength, O Lord,

shall very joyful be:

In thy salvation rejoice

how veh'mently shall he!

^2Thou hast bestowed upon him

all that his heart would have;

And thou from him didst not withhold

whate'er his lips did crave.

^3For thou with blessings him prevent'st

of goodness manifold;

And thou hast set upon his head

a crown of purest gold.

^4When he desired life of thee,

thou life to him didst give;

Ev'n such a length of days, that he

for evermore should live.

^5In that salvation wrought by thee

his glory is made great;

Honour and comely majesty

thou hast upon him set.

^6Because that thou for evermore

most blessed hast him made;

And thou hast with thy countenance

made him exceeding glad.

^7Because the king upon the Lord

his confidence doth lay;

And through the grace of the most High

shall not be mov'd away.

^8Thine hand shall all those men find out

that en'mies are to thee;

Ev'n thy right hand shall find out those

of thee that haters be.

^9Like fiery ov'n thou shalt them make,

when kindled is thine ire;

God shall them swallow in his wrath,

devour them shall the fire.

^10Their fruit from earth thou shalt destroy,

their seed men from among:

^11For they beyond their might gainst thee

did plot mischief and wrong.

^12Thou therefore shalt make them turn back,

when thou thy shafts shalt place

Upon thy strings, made ready all

to fly against their face.

^13In thy great pow'r and strength, O Lord,

be thou exalted high;

So shall we sing with joyful hearts,

thy power praise shall we.

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