Psalms 4
1 To the victory, in organs, the psalm of David. When I inwardly called, God of my rightwiseness heard me; in tribulation thou hast alarged to me. Have thou mercy on me; and hear thou my prayer.
2Sons of men, how long be ye of heavy heart? why love ye vanity, and seek leasing?
3And know ye, that the Lord hath made marvellous his holy man; the Lord shall hear me, when I shall cry to him.
4Be ye wroth, and do not ye sin; and for those evils to which ye say in your hearts and in your beds, be ye compunct.
5Sacrifice ye the sacrifice or Offer ye an offering of rightfulness [or right-wiseness], and hope ye in the Lord;
6many say, Who showed good things to us? Lord, the light of thy cheer is marked upon us;
7thou hast given gladness in mine heart. They be multiplied of the fruit of wheat, and of wine; and of their oil.
8In peace in the same thing; I shall sleep, and take rest. For thou, Lord; hast set me singularly or only in hope.

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