1 ! He exhorteth good men to praise God, for that he hathe not onely created all things, and by his prouidence gouerneth the same, but also is faithful in his promises.
1 a It is the duetie of the godlie to set forthe the praises of God for his mercie & power shewed towarde them.
2 b To sing on instruments was a parte of the ceremonial seruice of the Temple, which doeth no more apperteine vnto vs, then the sacrifices censings, & lights.
4 d That is, the effect & execution.
5 e Howsoeuer the worlde judgeth of Gods workes, yet he doeth all things according to justice & mercie.
7 f By the creation of the heauens & beautiful ornament, with the gathering also of the waters he setteth forthe thy power of God that all creatures might feare him.
10 g No counsel can prejail against God, but he defeateth it & it shal haue euil succes.
16 ! So that o man can be preserued by anie creature or mans strength: but they, that put their confidence in his mercie, shalbe preserued from all aduersities.
16 l If Kings and the mightie of the worlde can not be saued by worldelie meanes, but onely by Gods prouidence, what hau others to trust in, that haue not like meanes?