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I am poore and needy
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Arthur Neuendorffer
2021-03-11 00:18:13 UTC
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. . . . . . KJV Psalm 25 [first {SOLAT} Psalm]
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14 The secret of the Lord is with them that fear[E] him:
. and he will shew them his couenant.

15 Mine eyes a[R]e *EVER* towards the Lord:
. for hee shall plucke my fe[E]te out of the net.

16 Turne thee vnto me, and haue mercy [U]pon me:
. for I am de{SOLAT}e and afflicted.

17 The troubl[E]s of my heart are inlarged:
. O bring thou me out of my [D]istresses.
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. . . . . . . . <= 41 =>
.
. Thesecret .ofthe. Lordiswiththemthatfear [E] hima
. ndhewills .hewth. emhiscouenantMineeyesa [R] eeue
. rtowardst .heLor. dforheeshallpluckemyfe [E] teou
. tofthenet .Turne. theevntomeandhauemercy [U] ponm
. eforIamde {SOLAT} eandafflictedThetroubl [E] sofm
. yheartare .inlar. gedObringthoumeoutofmy [D] istr
. esses
.
[DEUERE] -41
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. . . . . . KJV Psalm 143 [last {SOLAT} Psalm]
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4 Therefore is my spirit ouerwhelmed within me: my heart within me is de{SOLAT}e.

5 I remember the dayes of old, I meditate on all thy workes: I muse on the worke of thy hands.

6 I stretch forth my hands vnto thee: my soule thir{S}teth after thee, as a thirstie land, .
7 Heare me speedily, O L{O}rd, my spirit faileth, hide not thy face from mee: lest I be {L}ike vnto them that goe downe into the pit.

8 Cause mee to he{A}re thy louing kindnesse in the morning, for in thee doe I {T}rust, cause mee to knowe the way wherein I should walke: for I lift vp my soule vnto thee
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{TALOS} -46,-1
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9 Deliuer mee, O Lord, from mine enemies: *I flie vnto thee to hide me*.

10 Teach me to doe thy will, fo[R] thou art my God, thy spirit is good: leade m[E] into the land of vprightnesse.

11 Quicken m[E], O Lord, for thy names sake: for thy righteo[U]snesse sake bring my soule out of troubl[E].

12 And of thy mercy cut off mine enemies, and [D]estroy all them that afflict my soule: for I am thy seruant.
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. . . . . . <= 34 =>
.
. Iflievnt .o. theetohidemeTeachmetodoet
. hywillfo [R] thouartmyGodthyspiritisgo
. odleadem [E] intothelandofvprightnesse
. Quickenm [E] OLordforthynamessakeforth
. yrighteo [U] snessesakebringmysouleout
. oftroubl [E] Andofthymercycutoffmineen
. emiesand [D] estroyallthemthatafflictm
. ysoulefo .r. Iamthyseruant
.
[DEUEER] -34
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. . . . . . . KJV Psalm 40

1 I waited patiently for the Lord, and
. he inclined vnto me, and heard my crie.

2 He brought {M}e vp also out of an horrible pit,
out of the (M)irie clay, {A}nd set my feete vpon
. (A) rock, and established my going{S}.

3 And he hath put a new song in my m(O)uth, euen praise
vnt{O} our God: ma(N)y shall see it, and feare,
and shall trust i{N} the Lord.

4 Blessed is that man that maketh the Lord hi{S} truste:
and respecteth not the proud, nor such as turne aside to lies.
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. . . . . . . . <= 23 =>
.
. I w a i t e d p a t i e n t l y f o r t h e L
. o r d,a n d h e i n c l i n e d v n t o m e,a
. n d h e a r d m y c r i e H e b r o u g h t{M}
. e v p a l s o o u t o f a n h o r r i b l e p
. i t,o u t o f t h e(M)i r i e c l a y{A}n d s
. e t m y f e e t e v p o n(A)r o c k,a n d e s
. t a b l i s h e d m y g o i n g{S}A n d h e h
. a t h p u t a n e w s o n g i n m y m(O)u t h,
. e u e n p r a i s e v n t{O}o u r G o d:m a(N)
. y s h a l l s e e i t,a n d f e a r e,a n d s
. h a l l t r u s t i{N}t h e L o r d.B l e s s
. e d i s t h a t m a n t h a t m a k e t h t h
. e L o r d h i{S}t r u s t e:
.
{MASONS} 43
(MASON). 26
Prob. of 2(MASON)s in first 3 verses of any Psalm ~ 1 in 325
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5 Many, O Lord my God; are thy wonderfull workes which thou hast done, and thy thoughts, which are to vs ward: they cannot be reckoned vp in order vnto thee: if I would declare and speake of them, they are moe then can be numbred.

6 Sacrifice and offering thou didst not desire, mine eares hast thou opened: burnt offering and sinne-offering hast thou not required.

7 Then sayd I, Loe, I come: in the volume of the booke it is written of me:

8 I delight to doe thy will, O my God: yea thy lawe is within my heart.

9 I haue preached righteousnesse in the great congregation: loe, I haue not refrained my lippes, O Lord, thou knowest.

10 I haue not hid thy righteousnesse within my heart, I haue declared thy faithfulnesse and thy saluation: I haue not concealed thy louing kindnesse, and thy truth, from the great congregation.

11 With-hold not thou thy tender mercies from me, O Lord: let thy louing kindnesse, and thy trueth continually preserue me.

12 For innumerable euils haue compassed me about, mine iniquities haue taken hold vpon me, so that I am not able to looke vp: they are moe {T}hen the haires of mine he{A}d, therefore my heart fai{L}eth me.

13 Be pleased, O Lord, t{O} deliuer me: O Lord, make ha{S}te to helpe me.

14 Let them be ashamed and confounded together, that seeke after my soule to destroy it: let them be driuen backward, and put to shame, that wish me euill.

15 Let them be de{SOLAT}e, for a reward on their shame, that say vnto me, Aha, aha!
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. . . . . . . . . . <= 21 =>
.
. t h e y a r .e m o e {T} h e n t h e h a i r
. e s o f m i .n e h e {A} d,t h e r e f o r e
. m y h e a r .t f a i {L} e t h m e.B e p l e
. a s e d,O L .o r d,t {O} d e l i u e r m e:O
. L o r d,m a .k e h a {S} t e t o h e l p e m
. e.L e t t h .e m b e .a. s h a m e d a n d c
. o n f o u n .d e d t .o. g e t h e r,t h a t
. s e e k e a .f t e r .m. y s o u l e t o d e
. s t r o y i .t:l e t .t. h e m b e d r i u e
. n b a c k w .a r d,a .n. d p u t t o s h a m
. e,t h a t w .i s h m .e. e u i l l.L e t t h
. e m b e d e {S O L A .T} e,f o r a r e w a r
. d o n t h e .i r s h .a. m e,t h a t s a y v
. n t o m e,A .h a,a h. a!
.
{TALOS} 21
{TALOS} -1
Prob. of {TALOS} in last 4 verses of any {SOLAT} Psalm ~ 1 in 15
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16 Let all those that seeke thee, reioyce and bee glad in thee: let
. such as loue thy saluation, say continually, The Lord be magnified.

17 But I am poore and needy, yet the Lord thinketh vpon me:
. thou art my helpe and my deliuerer, make no tarrying, O my God.
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Art Neuendorffer
Donald Cameron
2021-03-11 09:00:45 UTC
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On Wed, 10 Mar 2021 16:18:13 -0800 (PST), Arthur Neuendorffer
Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
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. . . . . . KJV Psalm 25 [first {SOLAT} Psalm]
.
. and he will shew them his couenant.
. for hee shall plucke my fe[E]te out of the net.
. for I am de{SOLAT}e and afflicted.
. O bring thou me out of my [D]istresses.
................................................
. . . . . . . . <= 41 =>
.
. Thesecret .ofthe. Lordiswiththemthatfear [E] hima
. ndhewills .hewth. emhiscouenantMineeyesa [R] eeue
. rtowardst .heLor. dforheeshallpluckemyfe [E] teou
. tofthenet .Turne. theevntomeandhauemercy [U] ponm
. eforIamde {SOLAT} eandafflictedThetroubl [E] sofm
. yheartare .inlar. gedObringthoumeoutofmy [D] istr
. esses
.
[DEUERE] -41
This one squares with the KJV I find as follows.

(quote)
25:14 The secret of the LORD is with them that fear him; a/nd he will
shew them his covenant.

25:15 Mine eyes are ever toward the LORD; for he shall pluck my feet
ou/t of the net.

25:16 Turn thee unto me, and have mercy upon m/e; for I am desolate
and afflicted.

25:17 The troubles of m/y heart are enlarged: O bring thou me out of
my distr/esses.

25:18 Look upon mine affliction and my pain; and forgive all my sins.

25:19 Consider mine enemies; for they are many; and they hate me with
cruel hatred.

25:20 O keep my soul, and deliver me: let me not be ashamed; for I put
my trust in thee.

25:21 Let integrity and uprightness preserve me; for I wait on thee.
(unquote)

But 1) line length is different, so using a four-letter end is
contrived; 2) quote is only part of v25, substituting "v" for "u" is a
little too convenient?, 3) "shakespeare" can be spelled the same ways,
it seems.
Post by Arthur Neuendorffer
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. . . . . . KJV Psalm 143 [last {SOLAT} Psalm]
.
4 Therefore is my spirit ouerwhelmed within me: my heart within me is de{SOLAT}e.
5 I remember the dayes of old, I meditate on all thy workes: I muse on the worke of thy hands.
6 I stretch forth my hands vnto thee: my soule thir{S}teth after thee, as a thirstie land, .
7 Heare me speedily, O L{O}rd, my spirit faileth, hide not thy face from mee: lest I be {L}ike vnto them that goe downe into the pit.
8 Cause mee to he{A}re thy louing kindnesse in the morning, for in thee doe I {T}rust, cause mee to knowe the way wherein I should walke: for I lift vp my soule vnto thee
.................................................
{TALOS} -46,-1
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9 Deliuer mee, O Lord, from mine enemies: *I flie vnto thee to hide me*.
10 Teach me to doe thy will, fo[R] thou art my God, thy spirit is good: leade m[E] into the land of vprightnesse.
11 Quicken m[E], O Lord, for thy names sake: for thy righteo[U]snesse sake bring my soule out of troubl[E].
12 And of thy mercy cut off mine enemies, and [D]estroy all them that afflict my soule: for I am thy seruant.
................................................
. . . . . . <= 34 =>
.
. Iflievnt .o. theetohidemeTeachmetodoet
. hywillfo [R] thouartmyGodthyspiritisgo
. odleadem [E] intothelandofvprightnesse
. Quickenm [E] OLordforthynamessakeforth
. yrighteo [U] snessesakebringmysouleout
. oftroubl [E] Andofthymercycutoffmineen
. emiesand [D] estroyallthemthatafflictm
. ysoulefo .r. Iamthyseruant
.
[DEUEER] -34
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. . . . . . . KJV Psalm 40
1 I waited patiently for the Lord, and
. he inclined vnto me, and heard my crie.
2 He brought {M}e vp also out of an horrible pit,
out of the (M)irie clay, {A}nd set my feete vpon
. (A) rock, and established my going{S}.
3 And he hath put a new song in my m(O)uth, euen praise
vnt{O} our God: ma(N)y shall see it, and feare,
and shall trust i{N} the Lord.
and respecteth not the proud, nor such as turne aside to lies.
................................................
. . . . . . . . <= 23 =>
.
. I w a i t e d p a t i e n t l y f o r t h e L
. o r d,a n d h e i n c l i n e d v n t o m e,a
. n d h e a r d m y c r i e H e b r o u g h t{M}
. e v p a l s o o u t o f a n h o r r i b l e p
. i t,o u t o f t h e(M)i r i e c l a y{A}n d s
. e t m y f e e t e v p o n(A)r o c k,a n d e s
. t a b l i s h e d m y g o i n g{S}A n d h e h
. a t h p u t a n e w s o n g i n m y m(O)u t h,
. e u e n p r a i s e v n t{O}o u r G o d:m a(N)
. y s h a l l s e e i t,a n d f e a r e,a n d s
. h a l l t r u s t i{N}t h e L o r d.B l e s s
. e d i s t h a t m a n t h a t m a k e t h t h
.
{MASONS} 43
(MASON). 26
Prob. of 2(MASON)s in first 3 verses of any Psalm ~ 1 in 325
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5 Many, O Lord my God; are thy wonderfull workes which thou hast done, and thy thoughts, which are to vs ward: they cannot be reckoned vp in order vnto thee: if I would declare and speake of them, they are moe then can be numbred.
6 Sacrifice and offering thou didst not desire, mine eares hast thou opened: burnt offering and sinne-offering hast thou not required.
8 I delight to doe thy will, O my God: yea thy lawe is within my heart.
9 I haue preached righteousnesse in the great congregation: loe, I haue not refrained my lippes, O Lord, thou knowest.
10 I haue not hid thy righteousnesse within my heart, I haue declared thy faithfulnesse and thy saluation: I haue not concealed thy louing kindnesse, and thy truth, from the great congregation.
11 With-hold not thou thy tender mercies from me, O Lord: let thy louing kindnesse, and thy trueth continually preserue me.
12 For innumerable euils haue compassed me about, mine iniquities haue taken hold vpon me, so that I am not able to looke vp: they are moe {T}hen the haires of mine he{A}d, therefore my heart fai{L}eth me.
13 Be pleased, O Lord, t{O} deliuer me: O Lord, make ha{S}te to helpe me.
14 Let them be ashamed and confounded together, that seeke after my soule to destroy it: let them be driuen backward, and put to shame, that wish me euill.
15 Let them be de{SOLAT}e, for a reward on their shame, that say vnto me, Aha, aha!
................................................
. . . . . . . . . . <= 21 =>
.
. t h e y a r .e m o e {T} h e n t h e h a i r
. e s o f m i .n e h e {A} d,t h e r e f o r e
. m y h e a r .t f a i {L} e t h m e.B e p l e
. a s e d,O L .o r d,t {O} d e l i u e r m e:O
. L o r d,m a .k e h a {S} t e t o h e l p e m
. e.L e t t h .e m b e .a. s h a m e d a n d c
. o n f o u n .d e d t .o. g e t h e r,t h a t
. s e e k e a .f t e r .m. y s o u l e t o d e
. s t r o y i .t:l e t .t. h e m b e d r i u e
. n b a c k w .a r d,a .n. d p u t t o s h a m
. e,t h a t w .i s h m .e. e u i l l.L e t t h
. e m b e d e {S O L A .T} e,f o r a r e w a r
. d o n t h e .i r s h .a. m e,t h a t s a y v
. n t o m e,A .h a,a h. a!
.
{TALOS} 21
{TALOS} -1
Prob. of {TALOS} in last 4 verses of any {SOLAT} Psalm ~ 1 in 15
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16 Let all those that seeke thee, reioyce and bee glad in thee: let
. such as loue thy saluation, say continually, The Lord be magnified.
. thou art my helpe and my deliuerer, make no tarrying, O my God.
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Art Neuendorffer
Arthur Neuendorffer
2021-03-11 15:07:11 UTC
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Donald Cameron wrote:

<<This one squares with the KJV I find as follows.

(quote)
25:14 The secret of the LORD is with them that fear him; a/nd he will
shew them his covenant.

25:15 Mine eyes are ever toward the LORD; for he shall pluck my feet
ou/t of the net.

25:16 Turn thee unto me, and have mercy upon m/e; for I am desolate
and afflicted.

25:17 The troubles of m/y heart are enlarged: O bring thou me out of
my distr/esses.

25:18 Look upon mine affliction and my pain; and forgive all my sins.

25:19 Consider mine enemies; for they are many; and they hate me with
cruel hatred.

25:20 O keep my soul, and deliver me: let me not be ashamed; for I put
my trust in thee.

25:21 Let integrity and uprightness preserve me; for I wait on thee.
(unquote)

But 1) line length is different, so using a four-letter end is
contrived; 2) quote is only part of v25, substituting "v" for "u" is a
little too convenient?, 3) "shakespeare" can be spelled the same ways,
it seems. >>
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Psalms Chapter 25 (Original 1611 KJV Bible)

This is the text and a scan of the actual, original, first printing of the 1611 King James Version, the 'HE' Bible, for Psalms Chapter 25. The KJV does not get more original or authentic than this.
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