Psalms Chapter 20
(Original 1611 KJV Bible)
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1 The Church blesseth the King in his exploits. 7 Her confidence in Gods succour.
[To the chiefe Musician. A Psalme of Dauid.] The Lord heare thee in the day of trouble, the Name of the God of Iacob defend thee.1
Send thee helpe from the Sanctuary: and strengthen thee out of Sion.2
Remember all thy offerings, and accept thy burnt sacrifice. Selah.3
Graunt thee according to thine owne heart, and fulfill all thy counsell.
We will reioyce in thy saluation, and in the Name of our God we will set vp our banners: the Lord fulfill all thy petitions.
Now know I, that the Lord saueth his Anointed: he wil heare him from his holy heauen, with the sauing strength of his right hand.6
Some trust in charets, and some in horses: but wee will remember the Name of the Lord our God.
They are brought downe and fallen: but we are risen, and stand vpright.
Saue Lord, let the King heare vs when we call.
Psalms Chapter 20 Sidenote References (from Original 1611 KJV Bible):
1 Hebr. set thee on an high place.
2 Hebr. thy helpe. , Hebr. support thee.
3 Heb. turne to ashes: or, make fat.
6 Hebr. from the heauen of his holinesse. , Hebr. by the strength of the saluation of his right hand.
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