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Scottish Psalter And Paraphrases by Anonymous

Psalm 50

A Psalm of Asaph.

First Version (S.M.)


^1The mighty God, the Lord,

hath spoken, and did call

The earth, from rising of the sun,

to where he hath his fall.

^2From out of Sion hill,

which of excellency

And beauty the perfection is,

God shined gloriously.

^3Our God shall surely come,

keep silence shall not he:

Before him fire shall waste, great storms

shall round about him be.

^4Unto the heavens clear

he from above shall call,

And to the earth likewise, that he

may judge his people all.

^5Together let my saints

unto me gather'd be,

Those that by sacrifice have made

a covenant with me.

^6And then the heavens shall

his righteousness declare:

Because the Lord himself is he

by whom men judged are.

^7My people Isr'el hear,

speak will I from on high,

Against thee I will testify;

God, ev'n thy God, am I.

^8I for thy sacrifice

no blame will on thee lay,

Nor for burnt-off rings, which to me

thou offer'dst ev'ry day.

^9I'll take no calf nor goats

from house or fold of thine:

^10For beasts of forests, cattle all

on thousand hills, are mine.

^11The fowls on mountains high

are all to me well known;

Wild beasts which in the fields do lie,

ev'n they are all mine own.

^12Then, if I hungry were,

I would not tell it thee;

Because the world, and fulness all

thereof, belongs to me.

^13Will I eat flesh of bulls?

or goats' blood drink will I?

^14Thanks offer thou to God, and pay

thy vows to the most High.

^15And call upon me when

in trouble thou shalt be;

I will deliver thee, and thou

my name shalt glorify.

^16But to the wicked man

God saith, My laws and truth

Should'st thou declare? how dar'st thou take

my cov'nant in thy mouth?

^17Sith thou instruction hat'st,

which should thy ways direct;

And sith my words behind thy back

thou cast'st, and dost reject.

^18When thou a thief didst see,

with him thou didst consent;

And with the vile adulterers

partaker on thou went.

^19Thou giv'st thy mouth to ill,

thy tongue deceit doth frame;

^20Thou sitt'st, and gainst thy brother speak'st,

thy mother's son dost shame.

^21Because I silence kept,

while thou these things hast wrought;

That I was altogether like

thyself, hath been thy thought;

Yet I will thee reprove,

and set before thine eyes,

In order ranked, thy misdeeds

and thine iniquities.

^22Now, ye that God forget,

this carefully consider;

Lest I in pieces tear you all,

and none can you deliver.

^23Whoso doth offer praise

me glorifies; and I

Will shew him God's salvation,

that orders right his way.

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