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Author: Roberts, Alexander, d. 1620.
Title: An exposition vpon the hundred and thirtie Psalme. Gathered out of some of the ancient fathers and later writers. By Alexander Roberts Bachelour in Diuinity, and preacher of the word of God at Kings Linne in Norfolke.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An exposition vpon the hundred and thirtie Psalme. Gathered out of some of the ancient fathers and later writers. By Alexander Roberts Bachelour in Diuinity, and preacher of the word of God at Kings Linne in Norfolke.
Roberts, Alexander, d. 1620.

London: Printed by Iohn Windet for Richard Banckworth, and are to be sold in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Sunne, Anno Domini 1610.
Alternate titles: Exposition upon the hundred and thirtie Psalme Exposition upon the hundred and thirtie Psalme. Exposition vpon the hundred and thirty Psalme. Exposition upon the hundred and thirty Psalme.
Notes:
Running title reads: An exposition vpon the hundred and thirty Psalme.
The last leaf is blank.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Sig.A bound after sig.B; H3 missigned H5.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- O.T. -- Psalms CXXX -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A10800.0001.001

Contents
half title
The Argument.
A Song of Degrees.
ANTONIVS FLAMINIVS his Iudgement concerning the inscripti∣on of the Psalmes of Degrees.
title page
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To the Christian Reader.
The names of the cheefest of such Authours, out of whom this Exposition was collected. Or vpon some iust occasion mentioned in the same.
VOTVM, Ex Fulgentij ad Monimam, lib. 1. cap. 4.
AN EXPOSITION VPON THE HVNDRED AND THIRTY PSALME.
Out of the deepe places haue I called or cryed vpon thee, O Lord, Lord heare my voice, let thine eares attend to the voice of my prayers.
Out of the deepe haue I called or cryed vnto thee, O Lord.
Out of the deepe places haue I cryed vnto thee, O Lord: O Lord heare my voice, let thine eares attend vnto the voice of my prayers.
Let thine eares attend, &c.
Out of the deepes haue I called vpon thee, O Lord: O Lord heare my voice, let thine eares attend to the voice of my prayers.
Out of the deepe places haue I called vnto thee, O Lord: O Lord heare my voice, let thine eares attend to the voice of my prayers.
Let thine eares attend vnto the voice of my prayer.
If thou, O Lord, straightly markest iniquitie, O Lord, who shall stand? but mercy is with thee, that thou mayest be feared.
If thou, O Lord, straightly markest iniquitie.
If thou Lord markest iniquitie?
But mercy is with thee, that thou mayest be feared.
But mercie is with thee.
But with thee is mercie.
But with thee is mercy that thou mayest be feared.
I haue waited vpon the Lord, my soule hath waited, and I haue trusted in his word.
I haue waited on the Lord.
My soule hath waited.
I haue waited on the Lord, my soule hath waited, and I haue trusted in his word.
My soule waiteth more vpon the Lord, then the morning watch watcheth for the morning.
My soule waiteth more vpon the Lord, then the morning watch watcheth for the morning.
My soule waiteth more vpon the Lord, then the morning watch watcheth for the morning; And yet continueth his standing vntill he be discharged, sustaining the meane while all incon∣ueniences.
Let Israel waite on the Lord: for with the Lord is mercy, and with him is great redemption; and he shall redeeme Israel from all his iniquities.
Let Israel waite on the Lord.
For with the Lord is mercy, and with him is great redemption.
For with him is mercy and great redemption.
And he shall redeeme Israel from all his sinnes.
And he shall deliuer Israel from all his iniquities.
And he shall redeeme Israel from all his iniquities.
And he shall redeeme Israel from all his iniquities.
The conclusion out of S. Augustine. Augustinus, lib. 15. de Trinitate.