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Scottish Psalter And Paraphrases by Anonymous

Psalm 118


^1O praise the Lord, for he is good;

his mercy lasteth ever.

^2Let those of Israel now say,

His mercy faileth never.

^3Now let the house of Aaron say,

His mercy lasteth ever.

^4Let those that fear the Lord now say,

His mercy faileth never.

^5I in distress call'd on the Lord;

the Lord did answer me:

He in a large place did me set,

from trouble made me free.

^6The mighty Lord is on my side,

I will not be afraid;

For any thing that man can do

I shall not be dismay'd.

^7The Lord doth take my part with them

that help to succour me:

Therefore on those that do me hate

I my desire shall see.

^8Better it is to trust in God

than trust in man's defence;

^9Better to trust in God than make

princes our confidence.

^10The nations, joining all in one,

did compass me about:

But in the Lord's most holy name

I shall them all root out.

^11They compass'd me about; I say,

they compass'd me about:

But in the Lord's most holy name

I shall them all root out.

^12Like bees they compass'd me about;

like unto thorns that flame

They quenched are: for them shall I

destroy in God's own name.

^13Thou sore hast thrust, that I might fall,

but my Lord helped me.

^14God my salvation is become,

my strength and song is he.

^15In dwellings of the righteous

is heard the melody

Of joy and health: the Lord's right hand

doth ever valiantly.

^16The right hand of the mighty Lord

exalted is on high;

The right hand of the mighty Lord

doth ever valiantly.

^17I shall not die, but live, and shall

the works of God discover.

^18The Lord hath me chastised sore,

but not to death giv'n over.

^19O set ye open unto me

the gates of righteousness;

Then will I enter into them,

and I the Lord will bless.

^20This is the gate of God, by it

the just shall enter in.

^21Thee will I praise, for thou me heard'st

and hast my safety been.

^22That stone is made head corner-stone,

which builders did despise:

^23This is the doing of the Lord,

and wondrous in our eyes.

^24This is the day God made, in it

we'll joy triumphantly.

^25Save now, I pray thee, Lord; I pray,

send now prosperity.

^26Blessed is he in God's great name

that cometh us to save:

We, from the house which to the Lord

pertains, you blessed have.

^27God is the Lord, who unto us

hath made light to arise:

Bind ye unto the altar's horns

with cords the sacrifice.

^28Thou art my God, I'll thee exalt;

my God, I will thee praise.

^29Give thanks to God, for he is good:

his mercy lasts always.

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