The Paris Psalter: Psalm 110

Verse Indeterminate Saxon

Ic andytte þe,     ece drihten,
mid hyge ealle     heortan minre
for gesamnuncge     þæra soðfæstra
and on gemetingum     mycel drihtnes weorc.
5Swylce ic his willan     wylle georne
swyþe secean,     samed andettan,
hu his mægenþrymnes     mycellic standeð
and his soðfæstnyss wunað     symble ece.
He gemynd dyde     mærra wundra;
10mildheort he is and modig;     mihtig drihten
syleð eallum mete     þam þe his ege habbað.
And he on worulde     wearð gemyndig
his gewitnesse,     þe he wel swylce
myhtum miclum     and mærweorcum
15fægrum gefylde     and to his folce cwæð,
þæt he him wolde yrfe     ellþeodigra
on agene æht     eall gesyllan.
Ys his handgeweorc     hyge soðfæstra,
ryhte domas,     þa he ræran wyle;
20wærun his bebodu     ealle treowfæste,
on ealra weorulda weoruld     wurdan soðfæste
and on rihtnysse     ræda getrymede.
He alysinge     leofum folce
soðe onsende     and him swylce bebead,
25þæt hi on ecnysse     a syððan
his gewitnesse     well geheoldan
and his þone halgan naman     hæfdan mid egsan.
Þæt byð secga gehwam     snytru on frymðe,
þæt he godes egesan     gleawe healde,
30and þæt byð andgit good     eallum swylce
þe hine wyllað well     wyrcean and healdan.
Herenes drihtnes     her sceal wunian,
on worulda woruld     wynnum standan.