Psalms Chapter 94
(Original 1611 KJV Bible)
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1 The Prophet calling for Iustice, complaineth of tyrannie and impietie. 8 Hee teacheth Gods prouidence. 12 He sheweth the blessednesse of affliction. 16 God is the defender of the afflicted.
O Lord God, to whome vengeance belongeth: O God to whome vengeance belongeth, shew thy selfe.1
Lift vp thy selfe, thou iudge of the earth: render a reward to the proud.
Lord, how long shall the wicked? how long shall the wicked triumph?
How long shal they vtter, and speake hard things? and all the workers of iniquitie boast themselues?
They breake in pieces thy people, O Lord: and afflict thine heritage.
They slay the widowe and the stranger: and murder the fatherlesse.
Yet they say, The Lord shall not see: neither shall the God of Iacob regard it.7
Understand, yee brutish among the people: and ye fooles, when will ye be wise?
He that planted the eare, shall he not heare? he that formed the eye, shall he not see?9
He that chastiseth the heathen, shall not he correct? hee that teacheth man knowledge, shall not he know?
The Lord knoweth the thoughts of man: that they are vanitie.11
Blessed is the man whome thou chastenest, O Lord: and teachest him out of thy Law:
That thou mayest giue him rest from the dayes of aduersitie: vntill the pit be digged for the wicked.
For the Lord will not cast off his people: neither will he forsake his inheritance.
But iudgement shall returne vnto righteousnesse: and all the vpright in heart shall follow it.15
Who will rise vp for mee against the euill doers? or who will stand vp for me against the workers of iniquitie?
Unlesse the Lord had bene my helpe: my soule had almost dwelt in silence.17
When I said, My foote slippeth: thy mercie, O Lord, held me vp.
In the multitude of my thoughts within me, thy comforts delight my soule.
Shal the throne of iniquitie haue fellowship with thee: which frameth mischiefe by a lawe?
They gather themselues together against the soule of the righteous: and condemne the innocent blood.
But the Lord is my defence: and my God is the rocke of my refuge.
And hee shall bring vpon them their owne iniquitie, and shall cut them off in their owne wickednesse: yea the Lord our God shall cut them off.
Psalms Chapter 94 Sidenote References (from Original 1611 KJV Bible):
1 Heb. God of reuenges. , Heb. shine forth.
7 Psal.10.11,13. pro. 20.12,
11 1.Cor.3. 20.
15 Hebr. shall be after it.
17 Or, quickly
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