Psalms 25

Wycliffe(i) 1 The title of the fyue and twentithe salm. `To Dauid. 2 Lord, preue thou me, and asaie me; brenne thou my reynes, and myn herte. 3 For whi thi merci is bifor myn iyen; and Y pleside in thi treuthe. 4 I sat not with the counsel of vanyte; and Y schal not entre with men doynge wickid thingis. 5 I hatide the chirche of yuele men; and Y schal not sitte with wickid men. 6 I schal waische myn hondis among innocentis; and, Lord, Y schal cumpasse thin auter. 7 That Y here the vois of heriyng; and that Y telle out alle thi merueils. 8 Lord, Y haue loued the fairnesse of thin hows; and the place of the dwellyng of thi glorie. 9 God, leese thou not my soule with vnfeithful men; and my lijf with men of bloodis. 10 In whose hondis wyckidnessis ben; the riythond of hem is fillid with yiftis. 11 But Y entride in myn innocens; ayenbie thou me, and haue merci on me. 12 Mi foot stood in riytfulnesse; Lord, Y schal blesse thee in chirchis.