90:1 [A prayer of Moses the man of God.] Lord, thou hast bene our dwelling place in all generations. Margin Note
90:2 Before the mountaines were broughtforth, or euer thou hadst formed the earth and the world: euen from euerlasting to euerlasting thou art God.  
90:3 Thou turnest man to destruction: and sayest, Returne yee children of men.  
90:4 For a thousand yeeres in thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past: and as a watch in the night. Margin Note
90:5 Thou carriest them away as with a flood, they are as a sleepe: in the morning they are like grasse which groweth vp. Margin Note
90:6 In the morning it flourisheth, and groweth vp: in the euening it is cut downe, and withereth.  
90:7 For we are consumed by thine anger: and by thy wrath are we troubled.  
90:8 Thou hast set our iniquities before thee: our secret sinnes in the light of thy countenance.  
90:9 For all our dayes are passed away in thy wrath: we spend our yeeres as a tale that is told. Margin Note
90:10 The dayes of our yeres are threescore yeeres and ten, and if by reason of strength they be fourescore yeeres, yet is their strength labour and sorrow: for it is soone cut off, and we flie away. Margin Note
90:11 Who knoweth the power of thine anger? euen according to thy feare, so is thy wrath.  
90:12 So teach vs to number our daies: that wee may apply our hearts vnto wisedome. Margin Note
90:13 Returne (O Lord) how long? and let it repent thee concerning thy seruants.  
90:14 O satisfie vs early with thy mercie: that we may reioyce, and be glad all our dayes.  
90:15 Make vs glad according to the dayes wherein thou hast afflicted vs: and the yeeres wherein we haue seene euil.  
90:16 Let thy worke appeare vnto thy seruants: and thy glory vnto their children.  
90:17 And let the beautie of the Lord our God be vpon vs, and establish thou the worke of our hands vpon vs: yea, the work of our hands establish thou it.