1 a He sheweth that we can not call vpon God, except we trust in him.
1 ! Dauid prayeth to God for succour, not for his workes, but for his faiths sake.
2 b Thogh we can not enriche God, yet we must bestowe Gods gifts to the vse of his children.
4 d He wolde nether by outwarde prosession nor in heart nor in mouth consent to their idolatries.
4 ! Protesting that he hathe all idolatrie, taking God onelie for his comfort and felicitie
4 c As grief of conscience & miserable destuction.
6 e Wherewith my porcion is measured.
7 f God teacheth me continually by secret inspiracion.
8 g The faithful are sure to perseuere to the end.
8 ! Who suffreth his to lacke nothing.
9 h That is, I rejoyce bothe in bodie & in soule.
10 i This is chiefly ment of Christ, by whose resurrection all his members haue immortalitie.
11 k Where God fauoreth, there is perfite felicitie.