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3 A father of the fatherless, . aud a judge . of the / widows, Is God
in His | ho ly
| hab i. God setteth the solitary in families : *
He bringeth out the prisouers. into pros- | perity :
| parch. en 4 O God, when Thou wentest forth be- / fore Thy I people, When Thou didst márch
| through the | wil.
at the / presence. of God :
the God of
5 Thou, O God, didst send .. a | plenti. ful | rain,
Thou didst confirm Thine inhéritance, / when . it was wearThy congregation
. I dwelt
there- | in : Thou, O God, didst prepáre. of Thy I good ness | for
1 GIVE the king
Thy I judgments, .0 | God,
| unto the | king's | son. He shall judge
Thy | people with righteousness,
Thy I poor
the hills, in | right. eous- | ness. He shall judge the poor of the people, * He shall save the children
the | needy, And shall break
in / pie
op I pressor. 3 They shall fear Thee
while the sun
| dureth, And so long as the moon, through-| out all
ations. He shall come down like rain . upon the mown | grass : ás
., showers.that water, the | earth 4 In His days
shall the right eous | flourish; And abundance of peace, till the moon
| more He shall have dominion also
to And from the River .
. | unto the I ends of the earth. 5 They that dwell in the wilderness.shall | bow be | fore Him;
His | ene-mies shall | lick the | dust. The kings of Tarshish and of the isles
| presents :
| gifts. 6 Yea, all kings
shall fall | down be | fore Him :
| Him. For He shall deliver the needy. . | when
he | crieth; And
that I hath
1 helper. 7 He shall have píty
on the poor
| needy, And the souls.
of the need у
shall | save.
shall their | blood be 1 in His | sight :
8 Aúd ...
. | they shall | live : And to Him shall be given
the | gold of | Sheba : And men shall pray
for | Him con | tinually ; Théy...
shall | bless Him | all the . day i long, 9 There shall be abundance of corn . 1 in the
| earth Upón. ..
the | top
the mountains ; The fruit thereof
shall / shake like | Lebanon: And they of the city
shall | flourish. like i grass . of the earth. 10 His náme..
. shall en- dure
| ever ; His name shall be continued . as | long
the sun : And men
shall be i blessed in
. | nations , shall | call Him | happy. 11 Blessed be the Lord God, . the God of | Israel, Who only
| won drous I things:
1 SURELY Gód
is good to | Israel,
in | heart. But as for me, * my féet were | al
most | gone; Mý
| steps had well nigh | slipped. 2 For I was envious
the | arrogant, When I sáw
the pros- | peri ty | of the | wicked. For there are no bands
their | death : Bút , .
| strength is | firm. 3 They are not
in trouble, as | other men ; Neither.
| are they | plagued like other men. Therefore pride is as a cháin.
a. I bout
| garment. 4 Their eyes .
. stand out with | fatness : Théy.
have more than | heart could | wish. They scoff,* and in wickedness . | utter op | pression : Théy,
· I speak
10 How are they become a desolation.
| moment ! Théy,
are | utter- ly con- | sumed with | terrors. As a dream
., when , one a- | waketh;
shalt de | spise their | image.