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rain upon thine inheritance, and re- that the tongne of thy dogs may be freshedst it when it was weary. red through the same. 10 'Thy congregation shall dwell

24. It is well seen,

O God, how therein; tor thou, o God, hast of thou goest; how thon, my God thy goxiness prepared for the poor. and King, goest in the sanctuary:

il The Lord gave the word; great 25 The singers go before, the was the company of the preachers. minstrels follow after, in the midst

12 Kings with their armies did are the danısels playing with the flee, and were discomfiterl, and they limbrels. of the household divided the spoil. 26 Give thanks, O Israel, anto

13 Though ye have lain among God the Lord, in the congregations, the pots, yat shall ye be as the wings tiom the ground of the heart. of a dove that is covered with silver 27 There is little Benjamin their wings, and her feathers like gold. ruler, and the princes of Jula their

14 When the Almiglity scattered council; the princes of Zebulun, kings for their sake, then were and the princes of Naphtali. they as white as snow in Salmon. 28 Thy God hath sent forth

15 As the hill of Basan, so is strength: for thee; stablish the thing, God's hill; even an high hill, as O Gol,that thou hast wrought in us, the hill of Basan.

29 Fʻr thy temple's sake at Je16 Why bop ye so, ye high hills ?rusalem ; 60 shall kings bring prethis is God's hill, in the which itsents unto thee. pleaseth him to dwell; yea, the 30 When the company of the Lord will abide in it for ever.

spear-men, and multitude of the 17 The chariots of God are mighty,are scattered abroal amung twenty thousanıl, even thousands of thc beasts of the people, so that Angels; and the Lord is among they humbly bring pieces of silver'; them as in the holy place of Sinai. and when he hatli scattered the

18 Thou art gone up on high, people that delight in war; thou hast led captivity captive, and si Then shall the princes come receivell gifts for men; yea, even ont of Egypt; the Morians' land for thine eneniics, that the Lord shall soon stretch out lier hands uuGal inight dwell among them. to God.

19 Praiserl be the Lord daily, 32 Sing unto God, O ye king. even the God who helpeth us, and doms of the earth ; sing praises po rreth his benefits upon us. unto the Lord,

20 He is our Gou, even the God 33 Whu sitteth in the heavens of whom cometh salvation : Gol over all, from the beginning: Lo, is the Lord, by whoin we escape he doth send out his voice; yeah, death.

and that a miglity voice. 21 God shall wound the head of 34 Ascribe ye the power to God his enemies, and the hairy scalp of over Israel ; his worship and such a one as goeth on still in his strength is in the clouds. wickelness.

3.5 O God, wonderfil art thon in 22 The Lord hath said, I will thy holy places : even the God of Isbring my people again, as I did frael, he willgive strength and power from Basari, niine own will I bring unto his people. Blesserl be Gol again, as I did sometime from the EVENING PRAYER. deep of the sea.

Psalm 69. Sulum ne fuc. 23. That tboy foot may be dipped SAVE me. On God; for the waters w of tine

in even soul

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2 I stiek fast in the deep mire, me up; and let not the pit shut her where no ground is; I am come mouth upon me. into deep waters, so that the floods 17 Hear me, O Lord, for thy run over me.

loving-kindness is comfortable; turn 3 I am weary of crying, my thee unto me according to the multhroat is dry; my sight faileth titude of thy mereies: me for waiting so long upon my 18 And hide not thy face from Goul.

thy servant; for I am in trouble : • They that hate me without a haste thee, and hear me. cause are more than the hairs of 19 Draw nigh unto my soul, and my head; they that are mine ene- save it; O deliver me, because of mies, and would destroy me guill- mine enemies. less, are mighty.

20 Thou hast known my reproof, 5' I paid them the things that I my shaine, and my dishonour; mine never took: God, thou knowest my adversaries are all in thy sig!it. sitapleness, and my faults are not 21 Thy rebuke hath broken my hid from thee.

heart; I am full of heaviness : I 6 Let not them that trust in thee, looked for some to have pity on O Lord Go:l of hosts, be ashamed me, but there was no man, neither fo: my cause; let not those that found 1 any tu comfort me. seek thee be confounded through 22 They gave me gall to eat ; me, O Lord God of Israel. and when I was thirsty, they gave

7 And why? for thy sake have I me vinegar to drink. suffered reproof; shane hath cover 23 'Let their table be maile a ed my face.

snare to take themselves withal; 8 I am become a stranger unto and let the things that should have mny brethren, even an alien tuto been for their wealth, be unto them my mother's children.

an occasion of falling. 9 For the zeal of thine house hath 24 Let their eyes be blinded, that even eaten me, and the rebukes of they see not; and ever bow thou them that rebuked thee, are fallen down their backs. apon me.

25 Pour out thine indignation 10 I wept, and chastened myself upon them, and let thy wrathful with fasting, and that was turned displeasure take hold of them. to my reproof.

26 Let their habitation be void, 11'i put on sackcloth also, and and no man to dwell in their they jested upon me.

tents. 12 They that sit in the gate speak 27 For they persecute him whom against me, and the drunkards make thou hast smitten; and they talk songs upou me.

how they may vex then whom 13 But, Lord, I make my prayer thou hast wounded. unto thee in an acceptable time. 28 Let them fall from onc wick.

14 Hear me, O God, in the mul-ledness to another, and not come titude of thy mercy, even in the into thy righteousness. truth of thy salvation.

29 Let them be wiped out of the 15 Take me out of the mire, that book of the living, and not be writI sink not; O let me be delivered ten among the righteous. from them that hate me, and out 30 As for me, when I am poor of the deep waters.

and in heaviness, thy help, O God, 16 Let not the water-flood drown shall lift me up. we, neither let the deep swallowi si I will praise the name of God

with a song, and magnity it with promised to help me, for thou art thanksgiving

my house of defence, and my castle. 32 i'his also shall please the 3 Deliver me, O my Gori, out of Lord, better than a bullock that the hand of the ungodly, out of the hath horns and hoofs.

hand of the unrighteous and cruel 33 The humble shall consider man: this, and be glad: seek ye atier 4 For thou, O Lord Gal, art the Goi, and your soul shall live. thing that I long for: thou wit uny

31 Forthe Lord heareth the poor, hope, even from my youth. and lespiseth not his prisoners. 5. Through thee have I been

35 Let heaven and earth praise hoiden up ever since I was born : him : the sea, and all that moveth thou art lie that took me out of my Verein.

mother's womb: my praise shall be 36 For God will save Sion, and always of thee. build the cities of Juda, that men 6 I am become as it were a mon. niay dwell there, and have it in ster unto many, but my sure trust possession.

is in thee. 37 The posterity also of bis ser 7 O let my mouth be filled with yants shall inherit it; and they that thy praise, that I may sing of this love his name shall dwell therein. glory and honour all the day long. Psalın 70. Deus, in adjutorium. 8 Cast me not away in the time HASTE thee, o God, to deliver of age, forsake me not when my

me; make hasle to help me, sc.ength faileth me: O Lord.

Forminc enemies speak against 2 Let them be ashamed and con- me ; and they that lay wail for my founded, that seek after my soul ; jsoul take their counsel together, let them be turned backward and saying, God hath forsakroi him; put in contusion, that wish me evil. persecute hin, and take him; for

3 Let them for their reward be there is none to deliver him. soon brought to shame, that cry 10 Go not far tiom me, O God; over me, There, there.

my God, haste thee to help me. 4 Bit let all those that seek thee 11 Let them be confounded and be joytiil and glad in thee: and let perish, that are against my soul; let all sich as delight in thy salvation them be covereri with share and say alway, The Lord be praised. Jdishonour, that seek to du me evit.

5 As for me, I am poor and in 12 As for me, I will patientiy misery: haste thee unto me, OG 1. abide alway, and will praise thee

6 'Thou art my helper, and my more and more. Redeemer: 0 Lord, make no long

13 My mouth shall daily speak tarrying

of thy righteousness and salvation;

for I know no end thereof. The fourteenth Day. 14 I will go forth in the strength MORKING PRAYER.

of the Lord God, and will make Psalm 71. In te, Domine, speravi. (mention of thy righteousness only. IN there word, bave I put my 15 Thou, o God, hast taught trust; let me never be put to me from my youth up

until confusion, but rid me, and deliver therefore will I tell of thy wondrous me in thy righteousness; incline works. tline ear unto me, and save me. 16 Forsake me not, O God, in

2 Be thou my strong hold, where- mine old age, when I am grey-heade unto I may alway resort : thou hast'ed, wtil I have showed thiy strengue

now:

unto this generation, and thy powerp 9 They that dwell in the wil. to all then that are yet for to come. derness shall knecl before him ; bis

17 Thy righteousness, O God, enemies shall lick the dust. is very high, and great things are 10 The kings of 'Tharsis and of the they that thou hast done : 0 God, isles shall give presents; the kings who is like unto thee!

of Arabia and Saba shall bring gifts. - 18 ( what great troubles and 11 All kings shall fall down before adversities last thou showed me! him; all nations shall do hin service. and yet didst thou turn and refresh 12 For he shall deliver the poor me; yea, and broughtest me from when he criell; the needy also, the deep of the earth again.

and him that hath no helper. 19 Thou hast brought me to

13 He shall be farourable to the great honour, and comforted me simple and needy, and shall preou every side :

serve the souls of the poor. 20 Therefore will I praise thee, 14 He shall deliver their souls and thy faithtulness, o God, play- from falsehool and wrong; and dear ing upon an instrument of music: shall their blood be ir nis sight. unto ihee will I sing upon the hurp, 15 He shall live, and unto him O thou Holy One of Israel. shall be given of the gold of Arabia;

21 My lips will be fain when I prayer shall be made ever unla sing unto thee; and so will my soul, him, and daily shall he be praised. whiom thou hast delivered.

16 There shall be an heap of corn 22 My tongue shall also talk of in the earth, high upon the hills, thy righteousness all the day long; his fruit shall shake like Libavus, for they are confounded and brought and shall be green in the city like unto shame, that seek do me evil. (grass upon the earth. Psalm 72. Deus, judicium.

17 His name shall endure for G' VIVE the king thy judginents, ever; his name shall remain under

O Goil, and thy righteousness the sun amongst the posterities, unto the king's son.

which shall be blessed through him; 2 Then shall he judge thy peo- and all the heathen shall praise hini. ple according uoto right, and defenc! · 18 Blessed be the Lord Gol, even

the God of Israel, which only doetła 3 Tbe mountains also shall bring wondrous things ; peace, and the little hills righteous

19 And blessed be the name of ness unto the people.

his Majesty for ever: and all the 4 He shall keep the simple folk by earth shall be filled with his Ma. their right, defend the children of jesty. Amen, Amen. the poor, and punish the wrongdoer.

EVENING PRAYER. 5 They shall fear thee as long as Psalm 73. Quam bonus Israel! the sun and moon endureth, from TRULY God is lovi punto Is. one generation to another.

rael; cven unto such as are of 6 He shall come down like the a clean heart. rain into a fleece of wool, even as 2 Nevertheless, my feet were the drops that water the earth. almost gone, my treadings had well

7 In his time shall the righteous nigh slipt. flourish; yea, and abunlance of 3 And why? I was grieved at the peace, so long as the moon endureth. wicked: 1 do also see the ungodly

8 Isis dominion shall be also from in such prosperity. the one sea to the other, and from 4 For they are in no peril of the flood unto the world's end. Ideath ; but are lusty and strong.

the poor.

5 They come in no misfortunel 22 Nevertheless, I am alway by like other folk; neither are they thee; for thou hast holden me hy plagued like other men.

my right hand. 6 And this is the cause that they 23 Thou shalt guide me with thy are so holden with pride, and over-counsel, and = 'ter that receive me whelmed with cruelty.

with glory. 7 Their eyes swell with fatness, 24. Whom have I in heaven but and they do even what they lust. thee? and there is none upon earth

8 They corrupt other, and speak that I desire in comparison of thee. of wicked blasphemy; their talking| 25 My flesh and my heart failis against the Most High. eth; but God is the strength of my

9 For they stretch forth their heart, and my portion for ever. mouth unto the heaven, and their 26 For lo, they that forsake thee tongue goeth through the world. shall perish; thou hast destroyed 10 Therefore fall

the people unto all them that commit fornication them, and thereout suck they no against thee. small advantage.

27 But it is good for me to hold 11 Tush, say they, how should me fast by God, to put my trust God perceive it? is there know-in the Lord God, and to speak of ledge in the Most High? all thy works in the gates of the

12 Lo, these are the ungodly: daughter of Sion. these prosper in the world ; and Psalm 74. Ut quid, Deus? these have riches in possession; and O God, wherefore

, art thou absent heart in vain, and washed mine wrath so hot against the sheep of hands in innocency.

thy pasture? 13 All the day long have I been 20 think upon thy congregation, punished, and chastened every whom thou hast purchased, and remorning.

deemed of old. 14 Yea, and I had almost said 3 Think upon the tribe of thine even as they; but lo, then I should inheritance, and niount Sion, wherehave condemned the generation of in thou hast dwelt. thy children.

4 Lift up thy feet, that thou 15 Then thought I to understand mayest utterly destroy' every enethis; but it was too hard for me, my, which hath done evil in thy

16 Until I went into the sanctu-sanctuary. ary of God : then understood I the 5 Thine adversarieg roar in the end of these men;

midst of thy congregations, and set 17 Namely, how thou dost set up their banners for tokens. them in slippery places, and castest 6 He that hewed timber afore them down and destroyest them. out of the thick trees, was known

18 ( how suddenly do they con- to bring it to an excellent work; sume, perish, and come to a fear 7 But now they break down all ful end!

the carved work thereof with axes 19 Yea, even like as adream when and hammers. one awaketh ; so shalt thou make 8 They have set fire upon thy their image to vanish out of the city. holy places, and have defiled the

20 Thus my heart was grieved, dwelling-place of thy name, even and it went even through my reins. unto the ground.

21 So foolish was I, and ignorant, 9 Yea, they said in their hearts, even as it were a beast before thee. Let us make havock of them alto

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