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Old Testament Revision 2

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Psalm 124
CXXIV Psalm
1 verse now may Isreal say, If the Lord was not on our side when men rose up against us, then they had swallowed us up quick, when their wrath was kindled against us
Psalm 125
CXXV
Verse 1 They that trust in the Lord in mount Zion, cannot be removed, but abideth for ever,
4 verse do good, O Lord, unto the good, and unto the uprght in their hearts
Psalm 135
CXXXV
14 Verse— not
21 Verse Blessed be the Lord out of Zion, blessed be the Lord out of jerusalem. Praise ye the Lord
Psalm 137
CXXXVII
Verse— 5 its——
Psalm 138
CXXXVIII
Verse 8 The Lord will perfect me in knowledge, concerning his kingdom. I will praise thee, O Lord, for ever; for thou art merciful, and wilt not forsake the works of thine own hands,
Psalm 139
CXXXIX
Verse 11 <​16​>— I knew—
Psalm 141
CXLI
Verse 5th When the rightious smite me with the word of the Lord, it is a kindness; and when they reprove me, it shall be an excellent oil, and shall not distroy my faith, for yet my prayer also shall be for them. I delight not in their callamities
Psalm 146
CXLVI
Verse 8 the [p. 96]
Psalm 124
CXXIV Psalm
1 verse now may Isreal say, If the Lord was not on our side when men rose up against us, then they had swallowed us up quick, when their wrath was kindled against us
Psalm 125
CXXV
Verse 1 They that trust in the Lord in mount Zion, cannot be removed, but abideth for ever,
4 verse do good, O Lord, unto the good, and unto the uprght in their hearts
Psalm 135
CXXXV
14 Verse— not
21 Verse Blessed be the Lord out of Zion, blessed be the Lord out of jerusalem. Praise ye the Lord
Psalm 137
CXXXVII
Verse— 5 its——
Psalm 138
CXXXVIII
Verse 8 The Lord will perfect me in knowledge, concerning his kingdom. I will praise thee, O Lord, for ever; for thou art merciful, and wilt not forsake the works of thine own hands,
Psalm 139
CXXXIX
Verse 16— I knew—
Psalm 141
CXLI
Verse 5th When the rightious smite me with the word of the Lord, it is a kindness; and when they reprove me, it shall be an excellent oil, and shall not distroy my faith, for yet my prayer also shall be for them. I delight not in their callamities
Psalm 146
CXLVI
Verse 8 the [p. 96]
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