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" ... he telleth it. 7 All mine enemies whisper together against me: even against me do they imagine this evil. 8 'Let the sentence of guiltiness proceed against him : and now that he lieth, let him rise up no more.' 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend,... "
Naval scenes and reminiscences of the civil war in the United States, on the ... - Page 325
by Henry Walke - 1877
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The Psalter: with the canticles and hymns of the Church pointed for chanting ...

Thomas Rogers - 1874
...he lieth, let him | rise | up no | more. 9 Yea even mine own familiar friend, whom I trust- | -ed : who did also eat of my bread, hath laid great | wait for | me. 10 But be thou merciful, unto | me O | Lord : raise thou me up again, and I' | shall re- | -ward |...
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All Saints Psalter and canticles, pointed and divided for chanting, by C.A ...

Charles Abbot Stevens - 1877
...seutence' of guiltiness" pro'ceed a'gainst him : and now' that he lieth, let him 'rise 'up' no 'more. 9 Yea, even' mine own' familiar friend, 'whom I 'trusted...eat' of my bread, hath 'laid' great 'wait 'for me. 10 But' be Thou merciful' unto me, '0 'LORD : raise Thou me' up again, and 'I 'shall re'ward them....
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A Commentary on the Psalms from Primitive and MediŠval Writers: Psalm XXXIX ...

John Mason Neale, Richard Frederick Littledale - Bible - 1879
...and glutton, a friend of publicans and sinners, and deceiveth the people, let Him be crucified.] 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend, whom I trusted...also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me. Easeb. The man of my peace, as the Vulgate more literally and Ambros. beautifully gives it. And Judas...
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Book of Common Prayer: And Administration of the Sacraments, and Other Rites ...

Episcopal Church - 1879 - 580 pages
...the sentence of guiltiness proceed against him ; and now that he lieth, let him rise up no more. 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend whom I trusted, who did also eat of my hread, hath laid great wait for me. 10 But be thou merciful unto me, O LOUD ; raise thou me up again,...
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The five books of the Psalms, with marginal notes, by S.L. Warren

Samuel Lilckendey Warren - 1880
...rather, "a shocking thing [they say] is poured out upon him. " Cf. Job's friends. DAY 8.] [BOOK II. 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend, whom I trusted...also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me. 10 But be Thou merciful unto me, 0 LORD : raise Thou me up again, and I shall reward them. 1 1 By this...
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The Prayer book interleaved with historical illustrations and explanatory ...

William Magan Campion - 1880
...own familiar friend, whom I trusted : who did also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me. 10 But be thou merciful unto me, O Lord : raise thou me up again, and I shall reward them. 11 By this I know thou favourest me : that mine enemy doth not triumph against me. la And when I am...
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The paragraph Psalter, arranged for the use of choirs, by B.F. Westcott

Brooke Foss Westcott (bp. of Durham) - 1881
...he lieth, let him | rise | up no | more." 9 Yea even mine own familiar friend, | whom I | trusted t who did also eat of my bread, hath | laid great | wait for me. Confidence in present affliction. 10 But be thou merciful unto | me, O | Lord ! raise thou me up again,...
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The Treasury of the Psalter: An Aid to the Better Understanding of the ...

Bible - 1881 - 590 pages
...the sentence of guiltiness proceed against him : and now that he lieth, let him rise up no more. 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend whom I trusted : who did also źat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me. 10 But be thou merciful unto me, O LORD : raise thou...
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The teacher's Prayer book; the Book of common prayer, with introductions ...

Alfred Barry (bp. of Sydney) - 1882
...the sentenee of guiltiness proeeed against him : and now that he lieth, let him rise up no more. 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend, whom I trusted : who did also eat of my hread, hath laid great wait for me. 10 But he thou mereiful unto me, O Lord : raise thou me up again,...
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Some thoughts for Holy week

Some thoughts - 1883
...seek to do Him evil. Bitter, indeed, will it be to hear that mournful reproach spoken of myself, " yea, even Mine own familiar friend, whom I trusted,...did also eat of My bread, hath laid great wait for Me1." I must beware of giving way little by little to sin, and of allowing any allegiance to Christ...
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