Great(i) 1 O geue thankes vnto the Lorde, and cal vpon hys name: tell the people, what thynges he hath done. 2 O let your songes be of hym: and prayse hym, and let youre talkynge be of all hys wonderous worckes. 3 Reioyse in his holy name, let the hert of them reioyse, that seke the Lorde. 4 Seke the Lord, and his strength, seke his face euermore. 5 Remembre the maruelous worckes that he hath done, his wonders and the iudgmentes of his mouth. 6 O ye sede of Abraham his seruaunt, ye chyldren of Iacob his chosen. 7 He is the Lorde oure God: his iudgementes are in all the worlde. 8 He hath bene alwaye myndfull of hys couenaunt, and promyse that he made to a thousand generacions. 9 Euen the couenaunt that he made with Abraham, and the ooth that he sware vnto Isahac. 10 And apoynted the same vnto Iacob for a lawe, and to Israel for an euerlastynge testament. 11 Sayenge: vnto the wyll I geue the lande of Canaan, the lot of youre inherytaunce. 12 When there was yet but a fewe of them, and they straungers in the lande. 13 What tyme as they went from one nacion to another, from one kyngdome to another people. 14 He suffred no man to do them wrong, but reproued euen kynges for their sakes. 15 Touch not myne anoynted, & do my prophetes no harme. 16 Morouer, he called for a darth vpon the lande, and destroyed all the prouisyon of bread. 17 But he had sent a man before them, euen Ioseph whych was solde to be a bonde seruaunt. 18 Whose fete they hurt in the stockes the yron entred into his soule. 19 Untill the tyme came that his cause was knowne, the worde of the Lord tryed him. 20 The kyng sent and delyuered him: the prince of the people let him go fre. 21 He made him Lorde also his of house, and ruler of all his substaunce. 22 That he might enfourme his princes after his will, & teach his Senatours wysdome. 23 Israel also came into Egypte, and Iacob was a straunger in the land of Ham. 24 And he increased his people exceadingly, and made them stronger then their enemies. 25 Whose hert turned, so that they hated his people, & dealt vntruly with his seruauntes. 26 Then sent he Moses his seruaunt, and Aaron, whom he had chosen. 27 And these shewed his tokens amonge them, and wonders in the lande of Ham. 28 He sent darcknesse, & it was darcke, and they were not obedyent vnto hys worde. 29 He turned theyr waters into bloude, and slewe their fyshe. 30 Their land brought forth frogges, yee euen in their kynges chambers. 31 He spake the worde, and their came all maner of flyes, and lyce in all their quarters. 32 He gaue them hayle stones for rayne, and flammes of fyre in their lande. 33 He smote these vines also and fyge trees, & destroyed the trees that were in their coastes. 34 He spake the worde, and the greshoppers came, & catyrpyllers innumerable. 35 And dyd eate vp all the grasse in their land, and deuoured the frute of their grounde. 36 He smote all the fyrst borne in their lande, euen the chefe of all theyr strength. 37 He brought them forth also wt syluer and golde, there was not one feble persone among their trybes. 38 Egypte was glad at their departyng, for they were afrayed of them. 39 He spred out a cloude to be a coueryng, and fyre to geue lyght in the nightceason. 40 At their desyre, he brought quayles, and he fylled them with the bread of heauen. 41 He opened the rocke of stone, and the waters flowed out: so that ryuers ranne in the drye places. 42 For why? he remembred hys holy promes, and Abraham his seruaunt. 43 And he brought forth his people with ioye, and his chosen wt gladnesse. 44 And gaue them the landes of the Heathen, and they toke the labours of the people in possessyon. 45 That they myght kepe hys statutes, and obserue hys lawes. Prayse the Lorde.