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Old Testament Revision 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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they were in great fear, for God hath scattered the bones of him that encampeth against him. O Lord, thou hast put to shame those who have said in there hearts, there was no fear, because thou hast dispised them. O that Zion were come, the salvation of Israel, for out of Zion shall they be judged, when God bringeth beach the captivity of his people. and jacob shall rejoice and Israel shall be glad
Psalm 55
LV
verse 6 I would
12 vers for it was not an enimy that reproched me neither he that hated me that did magnify him self against me if so then I could have born it I would have hid myself from him but it was a man of mine equal my guide and mine acquaintence
20 verse they have put forth there hand against such as be at peace with them they have broken the Lords covenant the words of there mouth were smoother then butter but war was in there heart there words were softer then oil yet they have drawn Swords
verse 3d
Psalm 56
LVI
3 Verse What! am I afraid I will trust in thee
Psalm 82
LXXXII
2d vers How long will ye suffer them to judge unjustly and accept the persons of the wicked selah
Psalm 90
XC,
Verse 13th Return us O Lolrd how long wilt thou hide thy face from thy servants, and let them repent of all there hard speaches they have spoken concerning thee
Psalm 102
CII,
Verse 18 gathered—
Psalm 104
CIV Psalm
verse 26 Thou <​all​> wait all <​up​>on thee There go the spips and thou hast made Leviathan to play there in [p. 93]
they were in great fear, for God hath scattered the bones of him that encampeth against him. O Lord, thou hast put to shame those who have said in there hearts, there was no fear, because thou hast dispised them. O that Zion were come, the salvation of Israel, for out of Zion shall they be judged, when God bringeth beach the captivity of his people. and jacob shall rejoice Israel shall be glad
Psalm 55
LV
verse 6 I would
12 vers for it was not an enimy that reproched me neither he that hated me that did magnify him self against me if so then I could have born it I would have hid myself from him but it was a man of mine equal my guide and mine acquaintence
20 verse they have put forth there hand against such as be at peace with them they have broken the Lords covenant the words of there mouth were smoother then butter but war was in there heart there words were softer then oil yet they have drawn Swords
Psalm 56
LVI
3 Verse What! am I afraid I will trust in thee
Psalm 82
LXXXII
2d vers How long will ye suffer them to judge unjustly and accept the persons of the wicked selah
Psalm 90
XC,
Verse 13th Return us O Lolrd how long wilt thou hide thy face from thy servants, and let them repent of all there hard speaches they have spoken concerning thee
Psalm 102
CII,
Verse 18 gathered—
Psalm 104
CIV Psalm
verse 26 There go the spips and thou hast made Leviathan to play there in [p. 93]
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