[To the chiefe musition,
a psalme of Dauid,
which is a song.]
In case the Lorde woulde aryse, his enemies woulde be scattered: and they that hate hym woulde flee from his face.
Lyke as the smoke vanisheth, [so] wylt thou cause [them] to vanishe away: and lyke as water melteth at the fire, [so] wyll the vngodly perishe at the presence of the Lorde.
But the ryghteous must be glad, and reioyce before the Lorde: they shall not stande styll for myrth.
Syng vnto the Lorde, syng psalmes vnto his name: magnifie hym that rideth vpon the heauens as it were vpon an horse in his name euerlastyng, and reioyce before his face.
He is a father of the fatherlesse, and the iudge of widdowes: [he is] the Lord in his holy habitation.
He is the Lord that maketh those that dwell alone to haue a familie: and bryngeth prisoners out of the stockes.
But rebelles did inhabite a dry [ground] O Lorde, when thou wentest foorth before the people: when thou wentest through the wyldernesse.
The earth shoke, and the heauens dropped at the presence of the Lorde: euen Sinai it selfe [shoke] at the presence of the Lorde, Lorde of Israel.
Thou O Lorde dydst cause rayne to fall at thy gratious pleasure: and when thine inheritaunce was weery, thou dydst hearten it.
Thy flocke dwelleth there: for thou O Lorde doest of thy goodnesse prepare for the poore.
The Lorde gaue the worde: great was the company of the preachers.
Kynges with their armies dyd flee: they dyd flee, and the ornament of an house deuided the spoyle.
Though ye haue lyen among the pottes: yet shall ye be as the wynges of a doue that is couered with siluer, and hath her fethers as yelowe as golde.
When the almightie scattered kynges in it: it was as whyte as snowe in Salmon.
As the hyll of Basan, so is Gods hill: euen an hygh hyll, as the hyll of Basan.
Why skyp you so the high hylles?
this is the Lordes hyll in the which it pleaseth hym to dwell, yea God wyll abyde in it for euer.
The charettes of the Lorde are twentie thousande, euen thousandes of angels: and the Lorde is among them in holy Sinai.
Thou wenst vp on high, thou hast led captiuitie captiue, thou hast receaued gyftes for men: yea euen [for] those that be disobedient, that God the Lorde myght dwell [among them,]
Blessed be the Lorde who day by day powreth his [benefites] vpon vs: and is God of our saluation.
The Lorde is our Lorde for to saue vs: and all maner of wayes for death pertayneth to God the Lorde.
God wyll wounde the head of his enemies: and the heary scalpe of hym who goeth on styll in his wickednesse.
The Lorde hath sayde, I wyll bryng [my people] agayne out from Basan: I wyll bryng [them] agayne out from the deepe of the sea.
That thy footes [and] the tongue of thy dogges: may be made redde in the blood of the enemies by his meanes.
They do well see O Lorde thy goynges: thy goynges in the sanctuarie my Lorde and kyng.
The singers go before, the minstrelles folowe after: in the myddest are the damselles playing with the timbrelles.
In the congregations they do blesse the Lorde: the God of the fountayne of Israel.
There is litle Beniamin their ruler, & the princes of Iehuda their counsell: the princes of Zabulon [and] the princes of Nepthali.
Thy Lord hath ordeyned thy strength: establishe the thing O Lorde that thou hast wrought in vs.
For thy temple sake at Hierusalem: kynges wyll bryng presentes vnto thee.
Put to rebuke the companie of speare men, a multitude of bulles amongest the people lyke vnto calues: [vntyll] that they brought vnder foote [come] with peeces of siluer [for tribute,] scatter the people that delyght in warre.
Then shal princes come out of Egypt: Ethiopia in all haste shall stretch out her handes vnto the Lorde.
Sing vnto the Lord O ye kingdomes of the earth: O syng psalmes vnto the Lorde.
Who rydeth vpon the most hyghest eternall heauens: lo he sendeth out a mightie voyce in his voyce.
Acknowledge the Lorde to be mightie: his maiestie is ouer Israel, & might in the cloudes.
O Lorde thou art terrible out of thy holy places: the God of Israel geueth myght and strength vnto his people, Blessed be the Lorde.