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Psalm 48

48:1 A song, and Psalme for the sonnes of Korah. Great is the Lord, and greatly to bee praised in the citie of our God, in the mountaine of his holinesse. 48:2 Beautifull for situation, the ioy of the whole earth is mout Sion, on the sides of the North, the citie of the great King. 48:3 God is knowen in her palaces for a refuge. 48:4 For loe, the kings were assembled: they passed by together. 48:5 They sawe it, and so they marueiled, they were troubled and hasted away. 48:6 Feare tooke holde vpon them there, and paine, as of a woman in trauaile. 48:7 Thou breakest the ships of Tarshish with an East wind. 48:8 As we haue heard, so haue wee seene in the citie of the Lord of hosts, in the citie of our God, God will establish it for euer. Selah, 48:9 Wee haue thought of thy louing kindnesse, O God, in the middest of thy Temple. 48:10 According to thy Name, O God, so is thy praise vnto the endes of the earth: thy right hand is full of righteousnesse. 48:11 Let mount Sion reioyce, let the daughters of Iudah be glad, because of thy iudgements. 48:12 Walke about Sion, and goe round about her: tell the towres thereof. 48:13 Marke yee well her bulwarkes, consider her palaces; that yee may tell it to the generation following. 48:14 For this God is our God for euer, and euer; he will be our guide euen vnto death.

King James Version 1611 - Public Domain