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ever be showing thy truth, from Lord, that can rejoice in thee; One 2 Tation to another. they shall walk in the light of

2 For I have suid, Mercy thy countenance. shall be set up for ever, thy 17 Their delight shall be truth shait thou stablish in the daily in thy name, and in thy heavens.

righteousness shall they make 3 I have made a covenant their boast. with my chosen; I have sworn 18 For thou art the glory of untu David muy servant. their strength, and in thy lo

4 Thy serd will I stablish ving kindness thou shalt lift up for ever, and set up thy throne our hurus: from one generation to another. 19 For the Lord is our de

5 O Lord, the very harens fence; the Holy One of Israel shall praise thy wondrous is our King. works, and thy truth in the 20 Tholl spakest sometime congregation of the sainis. in visions onto thy saints, avd

6 For who is he among the saids, I have laid help upon elou Is, that shall be compared one that is inighty, I bave exuuto the Lord ?

alled one chosen out of the 7 And what is he among the people. gods, that shall be like unto the 21 I have found David my

servant; with my holy oil have 8 God is very greatly to be anointed him. feared in the council of the 22 My hand shall hold him saints, and to be had in reve- last, and any arn shall strengthrence of a l them that are round en him. about biin.

2 T'he enemy shall not be 9 O Lord God of hosts, who able to do im violence; the son is like unto thee? thy truth, of wickedness shall not hurt most inizity Lord, is on every him. side.

14 I will smite down his foeg 10 Thou rulest the raging of before his face, and plague the sea, thou .llest the waves them that hate him. thereof when they arise.

95 My truth also and my il Thubast subdued Egypt, mercy shall be with him; and and destroy it; thou hast in my name shall his horn be scattered thine enemies abroad exalted. with thy mighty arm.

26 ( will set his dominion 12 The heavens are thine, also in the sea, and his right the carth also is thine; thou have in the fools. hast laid the foundation of the 27 Ho shull call me, Thon round world, and all tiat there- art my Father, my God, and in is.

my strong slvation. 13 Thou hast made the north 69 Ani! I will inake him my and the souh; Tabor and Her first-born, higher than the kings mon alall rejoice in thy name of the earth.

14 Thou bast. å mighty hirm: My mercy will I keep strong is t'iy hand, and high is for him for evermore, and my thy right hand.

covenant shall stand fast with 15 Righteousness and equity bin. are the habitation of thy seat; 30 His seed also will i make mercy and truth shall robe- to endure for ever, and his fore thy face.

throne as the days of heaven. 16 Blessed is the people, O 31 But if his children forsake

my law, and walk not in my 47 What man is he that lijudgments;

veth, and shall not see death? 32 If they break my statutes, and shall he deliver his soul and keep not my command- from the band of hell? ments; I will visit their offen- 48 Lord, where are thy old ces with the rod, and their sin loving kindnesses, which thou with srourges.

swarest unto David in thy truth? 33 Nevertheless, my loving 49 Remember, Lord, the rekindless will I not utterly take buketha thy servants have, and from him, nor suffer my truth how I do bear in my bosom the to fail.

rebukes of many people; 34 My covenant will I not 50 Wherewith thine enemies break, nor alter the thing that have blasphemed thee, and is gone out of my lips: I have slandered the footsteps of thine sworn once by my holiness, Anointed : Praised b: the Lord that I will not fail David. for evermore. Amen and Amen.

35 His seed sball endure for ever, and his seat is like as the The eighteenth Day. sun before me.

MORNING PRAYER. 36 He shall stand fast for everinore as the moon, and as Psalm 90. Domine, refugium.

ORD, 37 But thou hast abhorred and forsaken thine Anointed, tion to another. and art displeased at him. 2 Before the mountains were

38 Thou hast broken the co- brought forth, or ever the earth venant of thy servant, and cast and the world were made, thoy his crown to the ground. art God from everlasting, and

39 Thou hast overthrown all world without end. his hedges, and broken down 3 Thou turneet man to de. his strong holds.

struction; again thou sayest, 40 All they that go by spoil Come again, ye children of men, him, and he is become a re- 4 For a thousand years in thy proach to his neighbours. sight are but as yesterday, see

41 Thou hast set up the righting that is past as a watch in hand of his enemies, and made the night. all his adversaries to rejoice. 5 As soon as thon scatterest

42 Thou hast taken away the them, they are edge of his sword, and givost and fade away suddenly like him not victory in the battle.

the grass. 43 Thou hast put out his 6 In the morning it is green, glory, and cast his throne down and groweth up:

but in the to the ground.

evening it is cut down, dried 44 The days of his youth hast up, and withered. thou shortened, and covered 7 For we consume away in him with dishonour.

thy displeasure, and are afraid 45 Lord, how long wilt thou at thy wrathful indignation. hide thyself? for ever? and 8 Thou hast set our mig. shall thy wrath burn like deeds before thee, and our sefire ?

cret sins in the light of thy 46 O remember how short countenance. my time is; wherefore hast 9 For when thou art angry thou made all men for nought ? all our days are gone; we bring our years to an end, as it were safe under his feathers; his a tale that is told.

faithfulness and truth shall be threescore years and ten; and thy Fidd shalt unbte be afraid though men be so strong that for any terror by night, nor for they come to fourscore years, the arrow that thieth by day; yet is their strength then but 6. For the pestilence that labour and sorrow; so soon pas- walketh in darkness, nor for seth it away, and we are the sickness that destroyeth in gone.

the noon-day. 11 But who regardeth the 7 A thousand shall fall bepower of thy wrath ? for even side thee, and ten thousand at thereafter as a man feareth, so thy right hand; but it shall not is thy displeasure.

come nigh thee. 12 So teach us to number 8 Yea, with thine eyes salt our days, that we may apply thou behold, and see the reour hearts unto wisdoin. ward of the ungodly,

13 Turn thee again, O Lord, 9 For thou, Lord, art my at the last, and be gracious un- hope ; thou hast get thine to thy servants.

house of defence very high. 14 0 satisfy us with thy mer- 10 There shall no evil happen cy, and that soon: so shall we unto thee, neither shall any." rejoice and be glad all the days plague come nigh thy dwelling. of our life.

11 For he shall give his an15 Comfort us again now af-gels charge over thee, to keep ter the time that thou hast thee in all thy ways. plagued us; and for the years 12 They shall bear thee in wherein we have suffered ad- their hands, that thou hurt not versity.

thy foot against a stone. 16 Show thy servants thy 13 Thou shalt go upon the work, and their children thy lion and adder; the young lion glory.

and the dragon shalt thou tread 17 And the glorious Majesty under thy feet. of the Lord our God be upon 14 Becauge he hath set his 11: prosper thou the work of love upon me, therefore will I our hands upon us; O prosper deliver him; I will set him up. thon our handy work.

because he hath known my Tsahu ot.

name. Qui habitat.

15 İle shall call upon me, TITIOSO dwelleth under and I will hear him; yea, I am W

the defence of the Most with him in trouble; I will deHigh, shall abide under the liver him, and bring him to shadow of the Almighty. honour.

2 I will say unto the Lord, 16 With long life will I satisThou art my hope and my fy him, and show him my salstrong hold, my God, in him vation. will [ trust. from the mare of the hunter, IThank unto the Lord, and

3 For be shall deliver thee Psalm 92. Bonum est confiteri. and from the noisome pestilence.

to sing praises unto thy name, 4 He shall defend thee un-10 Most Highest ; der his wings, and thou shalt bel 2 To tell of thy loving kind

ness early in the morning, and EVENING PRAYER of thy truth in the night-sea-Psalm 93. Dominus regnavit. son; 3 Upon an instrument of ten THE Lord

is King, and hath a loud instrument, and upon the the Lord hath put on his appaharp:

rel, and girded himself with 4 For thou, Lord, hast made strength. me glad through thy works ; 2 Ae hath made the round and I will rejoice in giving world so sure, that it cannot be praise for the operations of thy moved. hands.

3 Ever since the world be5 O Lord, how glorious are gan, hath thy seat been prepathy works, thy thoughts are red; thou art from everlastvery deep.

ing. 6 An unwise man doth not 4 The floods are risen, O well consider this, and a fool Lord, the floods have lift up doth not understand it.

their voice, the floods lift up 7 When the ungodly are their waves. green as the grass, and when all 5 The waves of the sea are the workers of wickedness do mighty, and rage horribly; but flourish, then shall they be de- yet the Lord, who dwelleth on stroyed for ever; but thou, high, is mightier. Lord, art the Most Highest for 6 Thy testimonies, O Lord, evermore.

are very sure: holiness beco8 For lo, thine enemies, Ometh thine house for ever. Lord, lo, thine enemies shall perish; and all the workers of

Psalm 94. Deus ultionum. wickedness

shall be destroyed. O LORD God, to whom yenalted like the horn of an uni- God, to whom vengeance becorn; for I am anointed with longeth, show thyself. fresh oil.

2 Arise, thou Judge of the 10 Mine eye also shall see world, and reward the proud his lust of mine enemies, and after their deserving. mine ear shall hear his desire 3 Lord, how long shall the of the wicked that arise up ungodly, how long shall the unagainst me.

godly triumph? 11 The righteous shall flou- 4 How long shall all wicker rish like a palm-tree, and shall doers speak so disdainfully, and epread abroad like a cedar in make such proud boasting ? Libanus.

5 They smite down thy peo12 Sach as are planted in the ple, O Lord, and trouble thine house of the Lord, shall flourish heritage. in the courts of the house of our 6 They murder the widow God.

and the stranger, and put the 13 They also shall bring forth fatherless to death. more fruit in their age, and 7 And yet they say, Tush, the shall be fat and well Jiking; Lord shall not see, neither shall

14 That they may show how the God of Jacob regard it. true the Lord my strength is, 8 Take heed, ye unwise and that there is no unrighte- among the people: O ye fools, ousness in him.

when will ye understand ?

9 He that planted the ear, The nineteenth Day. shall he not hear ? or he that made the eye, shall he not gee?

MORNING PRAYER. 10 Or he that nurtureth the Psalm 95. Venite, crultemus. hentem, it los he ting je achette O COME, let us sine arbito the punish?

joice in the strength of our sal11 The Lord knoweth thevation. thoughts of man, that they are 2 Let us come before his prebut vain.

sence with thanksgiving; and 12 Blessed is the man whom show ourselves glad in him thou ch stenest, O Lord, and with psalms. teachest him in thy law;

3 For the Lord is a great 13 That thou mayest give him God; and a great King above patience in time of adversity, all gods. until the pit be digged up for

4 In his hand are all the corthe ungodly.

ners of the earth; and the 14 För the Lord will not fail strength of the hills is his also. his people; neither will he for- 5 The sea is his, and he made sake his inheritance;

it; and his hands prepared the 15 Until righteousness turn dry land. again unto judgment: all such 6 O come, let us worship, as are true in heart shall fol- and fall down, and kneel before low it.

the Lord our Maker: 16 Who will rise up with me 7 For he is the Lord our against the wicked? or who God; and we are the people of will take my part against the his pasture, and the sheep of his evil-doers?

hand. 17 If the Lord had not help- 8 To-day if ye will hear his ed me, it had not failed, but my voice, harden not your hearts soul had been put to silence. as in the provocation, and as in

18 But when I said, My foot the day of temptation in the hath slipped; thy mercy, Owilderness ; Lord, held me up.

9 When your fathers tempt19 in the multitude of the ed me, proved me, and saw my gorrows that I had in my heart, works. thy comforts have refreshed 10 Forty years long was I

grieved with this generation, 20 Wilt thou have any thing and said, It is a people that do to do with the stool of wicked- err in their hearts, for they have ness, which imagineth mischief not known my ways:

11 Unto whom I sware in my 21 They gather them toge-wrath, that they should not enther against the soul of the ter into my rest. righteous, and condemn the in-Psalm 96. Cantate Domino. nocent blood. 22 But the Lord is my re


song; sing unto the Lord, fuge, and my God is the all the whole earth. strength of my confidence. 2. Sing unto the Lord, and

23 He shall recompense praise his name; be telling of them their wickedness, and de-his salv:{tion from day to day. stroy them in their own ma- 3 Declare his honour unto lice: yea, the Lord our God the heathen, and his wondere shall destroy them.

unto all people.

iny soul,

as a law ?

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