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5 He causeth the vapours to ascend
from the ends. of the earth;
| out of . His' | treasuries. Who smóte.
the first born of Egypt, Bóth
of | man
8 Thy name, O Lord,
en- , dureth . for
| ever ; Thy memorial, O Lórd, through- | out all
| ations. For the Lord
shall | judge His | people, And repéut
Him- / self con- | cerning. His / servants.
2 I will worship toward
Thy | ho ly | temple, And give thanks unto Thy name for
kindness . and | for
Thy | truth:
1 0 LORD, Thou hast searched me, and known | me.
Thou knowest my downsitting and
mine uprising, * Thou understand-
| ways. 2 For there is not a word
my | tongue, But, lo, O Lord,
Thou | knowest . it | al to I gether. Thou hast beset me behind
| and be. | fore, Aúd
Thine | hand
| on me. 3 Such knowledge is too.
| wonder- ful
| for me; It is high,
I cannot . at | tain . unto | it. Whither shall I go
| from Thy | spirit? Or whsther . .
shall I flee
Thy | presence ? 4 If I ascend up into heaven,
art | there : If I make my bed in Shéol, be- hold,
| Thou art | there. If I take the wings of the morning, * and dwell in the uttermost. parts
of the sea;
and | Thy
shall | hold me. 5 If I say, * Surely the darkness
| whelm me, And the light .
a- | bout
| shall be | night; Even the darkness hideth not from Thee, * but the night shineth .
the | day : The darkness and the light
| like to | Thee.
shall | 0
6 How precious also are Thy thoughts | me,
0 | God! How gréat
| is the | sum If I should count them, * they are more in number
than the | sand : When I awake,
II am 7 Search me, O God, .
and | know
| heart: Trý
. | me,
and I know And see if there be any way of wicked. ness | in me, And lead me
in the way