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Salmos 102

1 The title of `hundred and secounde salm. `Of Dauid. Mi soule, blesse thou the Lord; and alle thingis that ben with ynne me, blesse his hooli name.

2 Mi soule, blesse thou the Lord; and nyle thou foryete alle the yeldyngis of him.

3 Which doith merci to alle thi wickidnessis; which heelith alle thi sijknessis.

4 Which ayenbieth thi lijf fro deth; which corowneth thee in merci and merciful doyngis.

5 Which fillith thi desijr in goodis; thi yongthe schal be renulid as the yongthe of an egle.

6 The Lord doynge mercies; and doom to alle men suffringe wrong.

7 He made hise weies knowun to Moises; hise willis to the sones of Israel.

8 The Lord is merciful doer, and merciful in wille; longe abidinge, and myche merciful.

9 He schal not be wrooth with outen ende; and he schal not thretne with outen ende.

10 He dide not to vs aftir oure synnes; nether he yeldide to vs aftir oure wickidnessis.

11 For bi the hiynesse of heuene fro erthe; he made strong his merci on men dredynge hym.

12 As myche as the eest is fer fro the west; he made fer oure wickidnessis fro vs.

13 As a fadir hath merci on sones, the Lord hadde merci on men dredynge him;

14 for he knewe oure makyng.

15 He bithouyte that we ben dust, a man is as hey; his dai schal flowre out so as a flour of the feeld.

16 For the spirit schal passe in hym, and schal not abide; and schal no more knowe his place.

17 But the merci of the Lord is fro with out bigynnyng, and til in to with outen ende; on men dredinge hym. And his riytfulnesse is in to the sones of sones;

18 to hem that kepen his testament. And ben myndeful of hise comaundementis; to do tho.

19 The Lord hath maad redi his seete in heuene; and his rewme schal be lord of alle.

20 Aungels of the Lord, blesse ye the Lord; ye myyti in vertu, doynge his word, to here the vois of hise wordis.

21 Alle vertues of the Lord, blesse ye the Lord; ye mynystris of hym that doen his wille.

22 Alle werkis of the Lord, blesse ye the Lord, in ech place of his lordschipe; my soule, blesse thou the Lord.

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