The Poetry of
The Poetry of Psalm 70
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Psalm 70. Read the Poetry of Psalm
70 taken from "The Scottish Psalter of 1650" based on the work of Francis Rous. An unusual addition for Bible Study, Sunday School lessons and Biblical studies.
Poetry of Psalms
Poetry of Psalm 70
1 Lord, haste me to deliver;
with speed, Lord, succor me.
2 Let them that for my soul do seek
shamed and confounded be:
Turned back be they, and shamed,
that in my hurt delight.
3 Turned back be they, Ha, ha! that say,
their shaming to requite.
4 In thee let all be glad,
and joy that seek for thee:
Let them who thy salvation love
say still, God praised be.
5 I poor and needy am;
come, Lord, and make no stay:
My help thou and deliv'rer art;
O Lord, make no delay.
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Scottish Psalter of 1650 and Psalm 70
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Psalm 70 and the words taken from "The Scottish Psalter of 1650", based on the work of Francis Rous, helpful to your Bible studies. 120 offers free access to
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Summary of this Psalm
God is the keeper of his
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Poetry of Psalm 70