Matthew(i) 1 An instruccyon of Dauid. Blessed are they, whose vnryghtuousnes is forgeuen, and whose sinnes are couered. 2 Blessed is the man, vnto whom the Lord imputeth no synne, in whose, spirite ther is no gyle. 3 For while I helde my tonge my bones consumed awaye thorowe my daylye complaynynges. 4 And because thy hand was so heuy vpon me both daye and nyght, my moysture was lyke the drouth in Sommer. Selah. 5 Therfore I confessed my sinne vnto the & hyd not myne vnryghtuousnes. I sayde: I wyll knowledge myne offence and accuse my selfe vnto the Lord, & so thou forgauest me the wickednesse of my synne Selah. 6 For thys shall euerye sayncte make hys prayer vnto the in due season, therfore shall not, the great water fludes, come nie hym. 7 Thou art my defence in the trouble that is come aboute me, O compasse thou me about also with the ioy of deliuerance. Selah 8 I wyl enforme the, and shew the the waie wherin thou shalt go I wyll fasten myne eyes vpon the. 9 Be not ye now like horses & mules, which haue no vnderstandyng. Whose mouthes thou must hold with bit and bridle, if they wil not obey the. 10 Great plages shal the vngodly haue, but who so putteth hys trust in the Lorde, mercy shall compasse him on euery syde. 11 Be glad, O ye ryghtuous, and reioyse in the Lord, be ioyful al ye that are true of herte.