Psalm 81:1-16


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Psalm 81

1Sing aloud unto God our strength: make a joyful noise unto the God of Jacob.

2Take a psalm, and bring hither the timbrel, the pleasant harp with the psaltery.

3Blow up the trumpet in the new moon, in the time appointed, on our solemn feast day.

4For this was a statute for Israel, and a law of the God of Jacob.

5This he ordained in Joseph for a testimony, when he went out through the land of Egypt: where I heard a language that I understood not.

6I removed his shoulder from the burden: his hands were delivered from the pots.

7Thou calledst in trouble, and I delivered thee; I answered thee in the secret place of thunder: I proved thee at the waters of Meribah. Selah.

8Hear, O my people, and I will testify unto thee: O Israel, if thou wilt hearken unto me;

9There shall no strange god be in thee; neither shalt thou worship any strange god.

10I am the LORD thy God, which brought thee out of the land of Egypt: open thy mouth wide, and I will fill it.

11But my people would not hearken to my voice; and Israel would none of me.

12So I gave them up unto their own hearts’ lust: and they walked in their own counsels.

13Oh that my people had hearkened unto me, and Israel had walked in my ways!

14I should soon have subdued their enemies, and turned my hand against their adversaries.

15The haters of the LORD should have submitted themselves unto him: but their time should have endured for ever.

16He should have fed them also with the finest of the wheat: and with honey out of the rock should I have satisfied thee.

THE PSALMS:

A New Translation from the Hebrew

WITH THE

INTERNAL SENSE AND EXPOSITION

FROM THE WRITINGS OF THE

HON. EMANUEL SWEDENBORG,

Together with Observations,

BY THE LATE REV. J. CLOWES, M.A.

Rector of St. John’s Church, Manchester, and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge;

AND

NOTES ON THE LITERAL SENSE,

By the Editors.

“And He said unto them, These are the words which I spake unto you, while I was yet with you, that all things must be fulfilled which were written in the law of Moses, and in the Prophets, and in the psalms, concerning me.”

Luke xxiv. 44.

MANCHESTER:
PRINTED BY HENRY SMITH, ST. ANNE’S-SQUARE,
AND
sold by e. baylis, st, anne’s-street.

sold in london, by j. s. hodson, 112, fleet-street ;
and simpkin, marshall & co.
stationers’ hall court, ludgate-street.

1837.

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Psalms Chapters

Ps 1 Ps 51 Ps 101
Ps 2 Ps 52 Ps 102
Ps 3 Ps 53 Ps 103
Ps 4 Ps 54 Ps 104
Ps 5 Ps 55 Ps 105
Ps 6 Ps 56 Ps 106
Ps 7 Ps 57 Ps 107
Ps 8 Ps 58 Ps 108
Ps 9 Ps 59 Ps 109
Ps 10 Ps 60 Ps 110
Ps 11 Ps 61 Ps 111
Ps 12 Ps 62 Ps 112
Ps 13 Ps 63 Ps 113
Ps 14 Ps 64 Ps 114
Ps 15 Ps 65 Ps 115
Ps 16 Ps 66 Ps 116
Ps 17 Ps 67 Ps 117
Ps 18 Ps 68 Ps 118
Ps 19 Ps 69 Ps 119
Ps 20 Ps 70 Ps 120
Ps 21 Ps 71 Ps 121
Ps 22 Ps 72 Ps 122
Ps 23 Ps 73 Ps 123
Ps 24 Ps 74 Ps 124
Ps 25 Ps 75 Ps 125
Ps 26 Ps 76 Ps 126
Ps 27 Ps 77 Ps 127
Ps 28 Ps 78 Ps 128
Ps 29 Ps 79 Ps 129
Ps 30 Ps 80 Ps 130
Ps 31 Ps 81 Ps 131
Ps 32 Ps 82 Ps 132
Ps 33 Ps 83 Ps 133
Ps 34 Ps 84 Ps 134
Ps 35 Ps 85 Ps 135
Ps 36 Ps 86 Ps 136
Ps 37 Ps 87 Ps 137
Ps 38 Ps 88 Ps 138
Ps 39 Ps 89 Ps 139
Ps 40 Ps 90 Ps 140
Ps 41 Ps 91 Ps 141
Ps 42 Ps 92 Ps 142
Ps 43 Ps 93 Ps 143
Ps 44 Ps 94 Ps 144
Ps 45 Ps 95 Ps 145
Ps 46 Ps 96 Ps 146
Ps 47 Ps 97 Ps 147
Ps 48 Ps 98 Ps 148
Ps 49 Ps 99 Ps 149
Ps 50 Ps 100 Ps 150

Author: John Clowes
Preface

About Ricklee's Poetry Plus

I'm a single man of moderate years in good health. I exercise everyday. I've been blogging for four years now. I'm really only learning how. I enjoy golf, swimming, baseball, football, soccer and other sports. I like to go dancing and the night life often. I really love to write poetry of my daily experiences of myself and my past friendships. I like to inspire and give people hope since I needed those feelings in the past.
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