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31 But if his children forsake my he deliver his sout from the hand of law, and walk not in my judgments; hell?

32 If they break my statutes, 48 Lord, where are thy old lor. and keep not my commandments; ing-kindnesses, which thou swarest I will visit their offences with the unto David in thy truth? rod, and their sin with scourges. 49 Remember, Lord, the rebuke

33 Nevertheless, my loving-kind- that thy servants have, and how I ness will I not utterly take from do bear in my bosom the rebukes him, nor suffer my truth to fail. of many people;

34 My covenant will I not break, 50 Wherewith thine enemies nor alter the thing that is gone out have blasphemed thee, anci slander of my lips: I have sworn once by my ed the footsteps of thine Anointed : holiness, that I will not fail David. Praised be the Lord for evermore.

35 His seed shall endure for ever, Amen and Amen. and his seat is like as the sun before me.

The eighteenth Day. 36 He shall stand fast for ever

MORNING PRAYER more as the moon, and as the Psalın 90. Domine, refugium. faithful witness in heaven.

), 37 But thou hast. abhorred and from one generation to another. forsaken thine Anointed, and art

2 Before the mountains were displeased at him.

brought forth, or ever the earth 38 Thou hast broken the cove- and the world were male, thou art nant of thy servant, and cast his Gud from everlasting, and world crown to the ground.

without end. 'Thou hast overthrown all his 3 Thou turnest man to destruc. hedges, and broken down his strong tion; again thou sayest, Come again, holds.

ye children of men. 40 All they that go by spoil him, 4 For a thousand years in the and he is become a reproach to his sight are but as yesterday, seeing neighbours.

that is past as a watch in the night. 41 Thou hast set up the right 5 As soon as thou scatterest them, hand of his enemies, and made all they are even as asleep, and fade his allversaries 10 rejoice.

away suddenly like the grass. 42 Thou hast taken away the 6 In the morning it is green, and edge of his sword, and givest him groweth up; but in the evening it not victory in the battle. is cut rowr., dried up, and withered.

13 Thou hast put out his glory, 7 For we consume away in thy and cast his throne down to the displeasure, and are afraid at thy ground.

wrathful indignation. 14 The days of his youth hast 8 Thou hast set our misdeeris thou shortened, and covered him before thee, and our secret sins in with dishonour.

the light of thy countenance. 45 Lord, how long wilt thou hide 9 For when ihou art. angry, all our thyself? for ever and shall thy days are gone; we bring our years wrath burn like fire ?

to an end, as it were a tale that is told. 46 O remember how short my 10 The days of our age are three. time is; wherefore hast thou made score years and ten ; and though all men for naught?

mnen be so strong that they come w 47 What man is he that liveth, fourscore years, yet is their strength mnd shall not sec death? and shall then but labour and sorrow; so

servants.

Boon passeth it away, and we are 8 Yea, with thine eyes shalt thou gone.

behold, and see the reward of the 11 But who regardeth the pow. ungodly. er of thy wrath ? for even there ġ For thou, Lord, art my hope ; after as a man feareth, so is thy thou hast set chine house of defence displeasure.

very high. 12 So teach us to number our 10 There shall no evil happen days, that we may apply our hearts unto thee, neither shall any plague unto wisdom.

come nigh thy dwelling. 13 Turn thee again, O Lord, at 11 For he shall give his angels the last, and be gracious unto thy charge over thee, to keep thee in

all thy ways. 14 O satisfy us with thy mercy, 12 They shall bear thee in their and that soon : so shall we rejoice hands, that thou hurt not thy foot and be glad all the days of our life. against a stone.

15 Comfort us again now after 13 Thou shalt go upon the lion the time that thou hast plagued us; and adder; the young lion and the and for the years wherein we have dragon shalt thou tread under thy suffered adversity.

feel. 16 Show thy servants thy work, 14 Because he bath set his love and their children thy glory. upon me, therefore will I deliver

17 And the glorious Majesty of him; I will set him up, because he the Lord our God be upon us : hath known my name. prosper thou the work of our hands 15 He shall call upon me, and upon us; O prosper thou our handy I will hear him; yea, I am with work.

him in trouble; I will deliver him, Psalm 91 Qui habitat. and bring him to honour. WHOSO dwelleth under the 16 With long life will I satisfy

defence of the Most High, him, and show him my salvation. shall abide under the shadow of Psalm 92. Bonum est confiteri. the Almighty.

IT

is a good thing to give thanks 2 I will say unto the Lord, Thou unto the Lord, and to sing praises art my hope and my strong hold, unto thy name, O Most Highest ; my God, in him will I trust. 2 To tell of thy loving-kindness

'For he shall deliver thee from early in the morning, and of thy the snare of the hunter, and from truth in the night-season ; the noisome pestilence.

3 Upon an instrument of ten 4 He shall defend thee under his strings, and upon the lute ; upon a wings, and thou shalt be safe under loud instrument, and upon the harp: his feathers; his faithfulness and 4. For thou, Lord, hast mat me truth shall be thy shield and buckler. glad through thy works; and I will

5 Thou shalt not be afraid for any rejoice in giving praise for the ope. terror by night, nor for the arrow rations of thy hands. that flieth by day;

5 O Lord, how glorious are thy 6 For the pestilence that walketh works; thy thoughts are very deep. in darkness, nor for the sickness 6 An unwise inan doth not well that destroveth in the noon-day. consider this, and a fool doth not

7 A thousand shail fall beside understand it. thee, and ten thousand at thy right 7 When the ungodly are green hand; but it sliall not come nigh as the grass, and when all the work. thee.

'ers of wickedness do flourish, then

shall they be destroyed for ever ;) 2 Arise, thou Judge of the world, but thou, Lord, art the Most High- and reward the proud after their est for evermore.

deserving 8 For lo, thine enemies, O Lord, 3 Lord, how long shall the unlo, thine enemies shall perish ; and godiy, how long shall the ungodly all the workers of wickedness shall triumph ? be destroyed.

4 How long shallall wicked doers 9 But mine horn shall be exalt-speak so disdainfuwy, and make ed like the horn of an unicorn; for such proud voasting? I am anointed with fresh oil. 5 They smite down thy people,

10 Mine eye also shall see his O Lord, and trouble thine heritage. lust of mine enemies, and mine ear 6 They murder the widow and shall hear his desire of the wicked the stranger, and put the fatherthat arise up against me.

less to death. 11 The righteous shall flourish 7 And yet they say, Tush, the like a palm-tree, and shall spreal Lor shall not see, neither shall abroad like a cedar in Libanus. the God of Jacob regarul it.

12 Such as are planted in the 8 Take heed, ye unwise among house of the Lord, shall flourish in the people : 0 ye fools, when will the courts of the house of our God. ye understand?"

13 They also shall bring forth 9 He that planted the ear, shall more fruit in their age, and shall he not hear? or he that made the be fat and well liking;

eye, shall he not see? 14 That they may show how true 10 Or he that nurtureth the the Lord my strength is, and that heathen, it is he that teacheth man there is no unrighteousness in him./knowledge ; shall not he punish?

EVENING PRAYER. 11 The Lord knoweth the Psalm 93. Dominus regnarit

. thoughts of man, that they are but THE Lord is King, and hath put vain.

on glorious apparel; the Lord 12 Blessed is the man whom thou hath put on his apparel, and girded chastenest, Q Lord, and teachest himself with strength.

him ir thy law; 2 He hath made the round world 13 That thou mayest give biin 80) sure, that it cannot he muved. patience in time of adversity, until

3 Ever since the world began, the pit be digged up for the ungodly. hath thy seat been prepared; thou

14 For the Lord will not fail his art from everlasting.

people; neither will he forsake his 4 The Hoods are risen, O Lord, inheritance; the floods have lift up their voice, 15 Until righteousness turn again the floods lift up their waves. unto judgment: all such as are true

5 The waves of the sea are migh-in heart shall follow it. ty, and rage horribly; but yet the 16 Who will rise up with me Lord, who dwelleih on high, is against the wicked? or who will take mightier.

my part against the evil-loers? 6 Thy testimonies, O Lord, are 17 If the Lord had not helped very sure: holiness becometh thine me, it had not failed, but my soul house for ever.

hall been put to silence. Psalm 94. Deus ultionum. 18 But when I said, My foot hath

O belonigeth, thou God, to whom me up. Fengeance belongeth, show thyself. 19 In the multitude of the cor

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O thy mercy, O Lord

, held

my

rows that I had in my heart, thy; Psalm 96. Cantate Donano. comforts have refreshed soul.

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Sing unto the Lord a new songs 20 Wilt thou have any thing to do sing unto the Lord, all the with the stool of wickedness, which whole earth. imagineth mischief as a law? 2 Sing unto the Lord, and praise

21 They gather them together his name; be telling of his salvation against the soul of the righteous, from day to day. and condemn the innocent bloul. 3 Derlare his honour unto the

22 But the Lord is my refuge, heathen, and his womers unto all and my God is the strength of my people. confidence.

4 For the Lord is great, and can. 23 He shall recompense them not worthily be praised; he is mure their wickedness, and destroy them to be feared than all gods. in their own malice; yea, the Lord 5 As for all the gols of the heaour God shall destroy them. then, they are but idols ; but it is

the Lord that made the heavens. The nir:eteenth Day.

6 Glory and worship are before MORNING PRAYER.

him; power and honour are in his Psalm 95. Venite, exultemus. sanctuary. O Conne, let us sing untothe Lord; 7 Ascribe unto the Lord, O ye

let us hcartily rejoice in the kindreds of the people, ascribe unto strength of our salvation.

the Lord worship and power. 2 Let us come before his presence 8 Ascribe unto the Loirl the ho. with thanksgiving; and show our-nour due unto his name; bring prc. selves glad in him with psalms. sents, and come into his courts.

3 For the Lord is a great God; 9 0 worship the Lord in the and a great King above all gods. beauty of holiness; let the whole

4 In his hand are all the corners earth stand in awe of him. of the earth; and the strength of 10 Tellit out among the heathen, the hills is his also.

that the Lord is King; and that it 5 The sea is his, and he male it; is lie who hath male the round and his hands prepared the dry land. world so fast that it cannot be moved;

6 O come, lei us worship, and and how that he shall judge the fall down, and kneel before the Lord people righteously. our Maker:

ii Let the heavens rejoice, and 7 For he is the Lord our God; let the earth be glad; let the sea and we are the people of his pas- make a noise, and all that therein is. ture, and the sheep of his hand. 12 Let the field be joyful, and all

8 Toulay if ye will hear his voice, that is in it; then shall all the trees hartlen not your hearts as in the of the wood rejoice before the Lon. provocation, and as in the day of 13 For he cometh, for he cometh temptation in the wilderness; to judge the earth; and with righ.

9 When your fathers tempted teousness to judge the world, and me, provedl me, and saw niy works. the people with his truth.

10 Forty years long was I grieved Psalm 97. Dominus regnavit. a people that lo err in their hearts,

THE Cordis Kion, the chith max.

glad thereof; yea, the multifor they have not known my ways: tudcof the isles may be glad thereof.

11 Ú Ito whom I sware in my 2 Clouds and darkness are round wrath, chat they should not enter about him ; righteousness and judge into my rest.

ment are the habitation of his scat.

3 There shall go a fire before the Lord, all ye lands; sing, rehim, and burn up his enemies on joice, and give thanks. every side.

6 Praise the Lourd upon the harp ; 4 His lightnings gave shine unto sing to the harp with a psalm of the world; the carth saw it, and thanksgiving. was afraid.

7 With trumpets also and 5 The hills melted like wax at the shawms, O show yourselves joyful presence of the Loril; at the pre- before the Lord the King. sence of the Lord of the whole earth. 8 Let the sea make a noise, and

6 The heavens have declared his all that therein is; the round world, righteousness, and all the people and they that dwell therein. have seen his glory.

9 Let the floods clap teir hands, 7 Confounded be all they that and let the hills be joyful together worship carved images, and that before the Lord; for he is come to delighit in vain gods: worship him, jjudge the earth. all ye gouds.

10 With righteousness shall he 8 Sion heard of it, and rejoiced ; judge the world, and the people and the daughters of Judah were with equity. glad, because of thy judgments, Psalm 99. Dominus regnavit. Lorul.

9. For thou, Lord, art higher THE Lord is King, be the people than all that are in the earth; thou

; art exalted far above all gods. between the Cherubim, be the earth

10 () ye that love the Lord, see never so unquiet. that ye hate the thing which is evil : 2 The Lord is great in Sion, and the Lorul preserveth the souis of high above all people. his saints; he shall deliver them 3 They shall give thanks unto from the hand of the ungodly. thy name, which is great, wonder.

11 There is sprung up a light for ful, and holy. the righteous, and joyful gladness 4 The King's power loveth judgfor such as are true-hearteci. ment; thou hast prepared equity;

12 Rejoice in the Lord, ye righ- thou hast executed judgment and teons, and give thanks for a remem-righteousness in Jacob. brance of his holiness.

5 O magnify the Lord our God, EVENING PRAYER.

and fall down before his footstool ;

for he is holy. Psalm 98. Cantate Domino. 6 Moses and Aaron among liis O a and

for he hath done marvellous call upon his naine: these called things.

upon the Lour, and he heard them. With his own right hand, and 7 He spake unto them out of the with his holy arm, hath he gotten cloudy pillar; for they kept his teshimself the victory.

timonies, and the law that he

gave 3 The Lorldeclared his salvation; them. his righteousness hath he openly 8 Thou heardest them, O Lord showed in the sight of the heathen. our God; thou forgavest them, ()

4 He hath remembered his mercy God, and punishedst their own in. And truth toward the house of Israel, ventions. and all the ends of the world have 9 O magnify the Lord our Go, seen the salvation of our God. and worship him upon his holy liilli

6 Show yourselves joyful unlo for the Lord our God is holy.

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