|Author:||Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665.|
|Title:||Dauids repentance, or, A plaine and familiar exposition of the 51 psalme first preached and now published for the benefite of Gods church : wherein euery faithfull Christian may see before his eyes the patterne of vnfeigned repentance, whereby we may take heed of the falling into sinne againe.|
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Dauids repentance, or, A plaine and familiar exposition of the 51 psalme first preached and now published for the benefite of Gods church : wherein euery faithfull Christian may see before his eyes the patterne of vnfeigned repentance, whereby we may take heed of the falling into sinne againe.
Smith, Samuel, 1588-1665.
London: Printed by Nicholas Okes, 1614.
|Alternate titles:||Plaine and familiar exposition of the 51 psalme David's repentance|
Contains numerous errors in paging.
Signatures: A-Z8, 2A-2M8.
Reproduction of original in: Harvard University. Library.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Psalms LI -- Sermons.
❧ TO THE RIGHT WOR∣SHIPFVLL, SIR RICHARD WES∣TON, KNIGHT, ONE of his Maiesties Iustices of Peace in the County of Essex, SIR EDVVARD PYN∣CHON Knight, Grace, Mercy and Peace from IESVS CHRIST.
To the Christian Rea∣der Grace and Peace.
The Table of the prin∣cipall Doctrines briefly handled in this Booke.
A plaine and familiar Exposition vpon the 51. Psalme; First preached, and now published for the bene∣fit of Gods Church.
Psalme 51. THE TEXT. To him that excelleth, a Psalme of Dauid, when the Prophet Na∣than came vnto him, after hee had gone in to Bershaba.
Psalme 51. VERSE 1. Haue mercy on me O God, according to thy louing kindnes, according to the multitude of thy compassi∣ons, put away mine iniquities.
After thy louing kindenesse.
According to the multitude of thy com∣passions, put away mine iniquities.
VERSE. 2. 2. Wash mee throughly from my wickednesse, and cleanse me from my sinnes.
VERSE. 3. 3. For I acknowledge mine ini∣quities, and my sinne is e∣uer before mine eyes.
[And my sinne it euer before my eies.]
VERSE. 4. 4 Against thee▪ against thee on∣lie haue I sinned, and done this euill in thy sight, That thou mayest be iust when thou spea∣kest, and pure when thou iud∣gest.
Against thee: Against thee only haue I sinned.
[And done this euill in thy sight.]
[That thou maiest be iust]
[And pure when thou iudgest.]
VERSE. 5. 5. Beholde, I was borne in ini∣quitie, and in sinne hath my mother conceiued me.
[I was borne in iniquitie,]
[And in sinne hath my mother con∣ceiued me.]
[And in sinne hath my mother con∣ceiued me.]
VERSE. 6. 6. Beholde, thou louest trueth in the inward affections, there∣fore hast thou thou taught me wisedome in the secret of my heart.
[Behold, thou louest]
[Thou louest truth in the inward affection.]
[Therefore hast thou taught me wise∣dome in the secret of my heart.]
VERSE. 7. 7. Purge mee with hissope, and I shall be cleane: wash me, and I shall be whiter then snow.
[Purge me with hyssope]
[I shall bee cleane: I shall bee whiter then snow.]
VERSE. 8. 8 Make mee to heare of ioy and gladnesse, that the bones which thou hast broken may reioyce.
[Make mee to heare.]
[That the bones which thou hast bro∣ken may reioyce.]
[Which thou hast broken.]
VERSE. 9. 9 Hide thy face from my sinnes, and blot out all mine iniquities.
[Hide thy face from my sinne.]
[And blot out all mine iniqui∣ties.]
VERSE. 10: 10. Create in me a cleane heart, O GOD, and renew a right spirit within me.
[Create in mee a new heart.]
[Renue or refresh a right spirit in mee.]
VERSE. 11. 11. Cast me not from thy presence, O Lord, and take not thy holy Spirit from me.
[Cast mee not away.]
VERSE. 12.13. 12. Restore me to the ioy of thy sal∣uation, and stablish mee with thy free Spirit. 13. Then shall I teach thy wayes vnto the wicked, and the sinners shal be conuerted vnto thee.
[Restore me to the ioy of thy salua∣tion.]
[To the ioy of thy saluation.]
[And stablish mee with thy free Spirit.]
VERSE 13. 13 Then shall I teach thy wayes vnto the wicked, and sinners shalbe conuerted vnto thee.
[Then shall I teach]
[To the wicked: and sinners shall be conuerted vnto thee.]
VERSE. 14. 14 Deliuer me from bloud ô God, the God of my saluation, and my tongue shall sing ioyfully of thy righteousnesse.
[Deliuer mee from bloud.]
[And my tongue shall sing of thy righteousnesse.]
[And my tongue]
[Of thy righteousnesse.]
VERSE. 15. 15. Open thou my Lippes, O Lord, and my Mouth shall shew forth thy praise.
[Open thou my lippes.]
VERSE. 16. 16 For thou desirest no sacrifice else would I give it thee, &c.
[Thou desirest no sacrifice.]
VERSE. 17. 17. The Sacrifices of God are a contrite spirit: a contrite and broken heart, O God, thou wilt not despise.
[Thou wilt not despise.]
VERSE 18.19. 18 Bee fauourable vnto Zyon for thy good pleasure; Build vp the wals of Ierusalem. 19 Then shalt thou accept the sa∣crifice of righteousnesse, euen the burnt-offering and obla∣tion, then shall they offer calues vpon thine Altar.
[According to thy good pleasure.]
[And build vp the walles of Ierusalem.]
VERSE, 19. 19 Then shall thou accept the sa∣crifice of righteousnesse, euen the burnt-offering and obla∣tion, then shall they offer calues vpon thine Altar.
[Then shalt thou accept the sacrifice.]
[The Sacrifice of righteousnesse.]
[Then shall they offer yong Bullockes vpon thy Altar.