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Lord, save me from the evil man

Hymnal: The Book of Psalms Rendered in Metre and Set to Music #ad139 (1950) Hymnal Title: The Book of Psalms Rendered in Metre and Set to Music

Lord, save me from the evil man

Hymnal: The Book of Psalms Rendered in Metre and Set to Music #d139 (1929) Hymnal Title: The Book of Psalms Rendered in Metre and Set to Music
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Lord, save me from the evil man

Author: N. Hymnal: The Whole Book of Psalms #CXL (1790) Hymnal Title: The Whole Book of Psalms Lyrics: 1 Lord, save me from the evil man, and from his pride and spite: And from all those also who do in violence delight. 2 Who ever more on me make war, their tongues, lo, they have whet Like serpents underneath their lips is adders poison set. 3 Keep me, O Lord, from wicked hands, preserve me to abide Free from the cruel man that means to cause my steps to slide. 4 The proud have laid a snare for me, and they have spread a net With cords in my path-way, and gins for me also have set. 5 Therefore I said unto the Lord, thou art my God alone, Hear me therefore, O hear the voice wherewith I pray and moan. 6 O Lord my God, thou only art the strength that saveth me: My head in day of battle hath been cover'd still by thee. 7 Let not, O Lord, the wicked have the end of his desire: Perform not his ill thought, lest he with pride be set on fire. 8 Of them that compass me about, the chiefest of them all: Lord, let the mischief of their lips, upon their own heads fall. 9 Let coals fall on them, let them be east in consuming flame: And in deep pit, that never they may rise out of the same. 10 For no backbiters shall on earth be set in stable plight: And evil to destruction still shall hunt the cruel wight. 11 I know the Lord th' afflicted will revenge, and judge the poor: The just shall praise thy name, and shall dwell with thee evermore. Scripture: Psalm 140 Languages: English
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Author: N. Hymnal: The Whole Booke of Psalmes #83a (1640) Hymnal Title: The Whole Booke of Psalmes First Line: Lord save me from the evill man Lyrics: 1 Lord save me from the evill man, and from the cruell wight Deliver me, which evill do imagine in their sprite. 2 Which make on me continuall warre, their tongues 1oe they have whet 3 Like Serpents; underneath their lips is Adders poyson set. 4 Keep me (O Lord) from wicked hands, preserve me to abide: Free from the cruell man that meanes to cause my steps to slide. 5 The proud have laid a snare for me, and they have spread a net With cords in my path-way, and gins for me eke have they set. 6 Therefore I said unto the Lord, thou art my God alone: Heare me O Lord, O heare the voice wherewith I pray and mone. 7 O Lord my God, thou only art the strength that saveth me: My head in day of battell hath been covered still by thee. 8 Let not (O Lord) the wicked have the end of his desire: Performe not his ill thoughts, lest he with pride be set on fire. 9 Of them that compasse me about, the chiefest of them all, Lord let the mischiefe of their lips upon themselves befall. 10 Let coales fall on them, let him cast east in consuming flame: And in deep pits, so as they may may rise out of the same. 11 For no backbiter shall on earth be set in stable plight: And evill to destruction still shall hunt the cruell wight. 12 I know the Lord th'afflicted will revenge, and judge the poore: 13 The just shall praise thy name, and shal dwell with thee evermore. Scripture: Psalm 140 Languages: English

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