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that departeth, and am driven away! 7 He shall drink of the brook in
the way; therefore shall he lift up
WILL give thanks unto the 24 I became also a reproach unto Lord with my whole heart, se them; they that looked upon mecretly among the faithful, and in shaked their heads.
2 The works of the Lord are save me, according to thy mercy. great, sought out of all them that
26 And they shall know how that have pleasure therein. this is thy hand, and that thou, 3 His work is worthy to be Lord, hast done it.
praised and had in honour, and his 27 Though they curse, yet bless righteousness endureth for ever. thou; and let them be confounded 4 The merciful and gracious that rise up against mè; but let thy Lord hath so done his marvellous servant rejoice.
works, that they ought to be had in
mindful of his covenant.
8 They stand fast for ever and
9 He sent redemption unto his
Sit thou on my right hand, rend is his name.
beginning of wisdom; a good un-
Psalm 112. Beatus vir.
earth; the generation of the faith-
5 The Lord upon thy right hand ness endureth for ever.
klight in the darkness; he is merci-
6 For he shall never be moved :/ 5 What aileth thee, O thou sea, and the righteous shall be had in that thou fleddest? and thou Jora everlastir:g remembrance. dan, that thou wast driven back?
7 He will not be afraid of any 6'Ye mountains, that ye skipped evil tidings; for his heart standeth like rams? and ye little hills like fast, and believeth in the Lord.
young sheep? 8 His heart is stablished, and 7 Tremble thou earth at the prewill not shrink, until he see his de- sence of the Lord; at the presence sire upon his enemies.
of the God of Jacob; 9 He hath dispersed abroad, and 8 Who turned the hard rock into given to the poor, and his righte- a standing water, and the flint stone ousness remaineth for ever; his into a springing well. horn shall be exalted with honour, Psalm 115. Non nobis, Domine.
10. The ungodly shall see it, and NOT unto us, O Lord, not unto with his teeth, and consume away; praise ; for thy loving mercy, and the desire of the ungodly shall for thy truth's sake. perish.
2 Wherefore shalt the heathen Psalm 113. Laudate, pueri. say, Where is now their God? PRAISE the Lord, ye servants; 3 As for our God, he is in bea
O praise the name of the Lord. ven: he hath done whatsoever 2 Blessed be the name of the pleased him. Lord, from this time forth for ever- 4 Their idols are silver and gold,
even the work af men's hands. 3 The Lord's name is praised, 5 They have mouths, and speak from the rising up of the sun, unto not; eyes have they, and see not. the going down of the same. 6 They have ears, and hear not;
4 The Lord is high above all noses have they, and smell not, heathen, and his glory above the They have hands, and handle heavens.
not; feet have they, and walk not ; 5 Who is like unto the Lord our neither speak they through their God, that hath his dwelling so high, throat. and yet humbleth himself to behold 8 They that make them are like the things that are in heaven and unto them; and so are all such as earth?
put their trust in them. 6 He taketh up the simple out 9 But thou, house of Israel, trust of the dust, and listeth the poor out thou in the Lord; he is their susof the mire;
cour ar.d defence. 7 That he may set him with the 10 Ye house of Aaron, put your princes, even with the princes of trust in the Lord; he is their helper his people.
and defender. 8 He maketh the barren woman 11 Ye that fear the Lord, put to keep house, and to be a joyful your trust in the Lord; he is their mnother of children.
Jhelper and defender. EVENING PRAYER. 12 The Lord hath been mindful Psalm 114. In exitu Israel. of us, and be shall bless us ; even WHEN Israeh came out of the shall bless the house of Israel
, Egypt, and the house of Jacob he shall bless the house of Aaron. from among the strange people, 13 He shall bless them that fear
2 Juda was his sanctuary, and the Lord, both small and great. Israel his dominion.
14. The Lord shall increase you 3 The sea saw that, and ded; more and more, you and you Jordan was driven back.
children. 4 The mountains skipped like 15 Ye are the blessed of the Lord, rams, and the little hills like young who made heaven and earth. sheep.
16 All the whole heavens are the
Trung sheep! di Tremble theo cetate - sence of the Lord of the God of Jacor
8 Motomel treba • a standing water, men into a springin vorba Psalm 115. Si con 10T unto us, Uk V
us, but un.co trica : praise ; for tor lovers
for thy truth's sake i 2 Wherefore salt
sat, Where is no ; 3 As for our bodia . Fen: he hath die
4 Their idols ar sias eren the work of maris
1: 5 What aileth the
Lord's; the earth hath he given tojanc the son of thy handmaid ; thou I that thou flesjes. the children of men.
hast broken my bonds in sunder. Gan, that thouts
17 The dead praise not thee, O 15 I will offer to thee the sacriYe mountains like raps and to Lord, neither all they that go down fice of thanksgiving and will call into silence;
upon the name of the Lord. 18 But we will praise the Lord,, 16 I will pay my vows unto the from this time forth for evermore. Lord, in the sight of all his people, Praise the Lord.
in the courts of the Lord's house
even in the midst of thee, O JeruThe twenty-fourth Day. salem. Praise the Lord. MORNING PRAYER.
Psalın 117. Laudate Dominum. Psalm 116. Dilexi, quoniam. O PRAISE the Lord,
all ye hea
then; praise him, all ye naI AM well pleased that the Lord tions.
hath heard the voice of my 2 For bis merciful kindness is prayer
ever more and more towards us; 2 That he hath inclined his ear and the truth of the Lord endureth unto me; therefore will I call upon for ever. Praise the Lord. riim as long as I live.
Psalm 118. Confilemini Domino. 3 The shares of death compassed O GIVE thanks unto the Lord, me round about, and the pains of for he is gracious; because his hell gat hold upon me.
mercy endureth for ever. 4 I shall find trouble and heavi- 2 Let Israel now confess that he
ness, and I will call upon the name is gracious, and that his mercy en5 They have more of the Lord ; O Lord, I beseech dureth for ever. thee, deliver my soul,
3 Let the house of Aaron now 5 Gracious is the Lord, and confess, that his mercy endureth
righteous ; yea," our God is mer- for ever. 7 Ther hare nazcilul.
4 Yea, let them now that fear 6 The Lord preserveth the sim- the Lord confess, that his mercy neither speak tej s ple: i was in misery, and he help- endureth for ever!
5 I called upon the Lord in 7 Turn again then unto thy rest, trouble; and the Lord heard me at O my soul; for the Lord hath re- large. warded thee.
6 The Lord is on my side, I will 8 And why? thou hast delivered not fear what man doeth unto me. my soul from death, mine eyes from 7 The Lord taketh my part with lears, and my feet from falling. them that help me; therefore shall
9 I will walk before the Lord in I see my desire upon mine enemies. 10 Ye house of four
, 9 It is better to trust in the Lord, trust in the Lord; le be the land of the living. 10 I believed, and therefore will than to put any confidence in man.
9 It is better to trust in the Lord, I ll Ye that fear bed 'spcak; but I was sore troubled : sour trust in the Lord, said in my haste, All men are than to put any confidence in liars.
princes. II What reward shall I give untu 10. A'l nations compåssed me the Lord, for all the benefits that round about; but the name of
the Lord will I destroy them. "he shall bless the bound he hath done unto me?
12 I will receive the cup of sal- 11 They kept me in on every xation, and call upon the name of side, they kepi me in, I say, on the Lord :
every side; but in the name of the 13 I will pay my vows now in Lord will I destroy them.
12 They came about me like more and more, fub the presence of all his people : right dear in the sight of the Lord bees, and are extinct even as the
fire among the thorns; for in the 15 Ye are the beseddel is the death of his samts.
14 Behold, O Lord, how that I name of the Lord will I destroy am thy servant ; I am thy servant, Ithem.
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13 Thou hast thrust sore at me,l 2 Blessed are they that keep his that I might fall; but the Lord was testimonies, and seek him with their
whole heart. 14 The Lord is my strength and 3 For they who do no wicked my song; and is become my salva-ness, walk in his ways. tion.
4. Thou hast charged, that we 15 The voice of joy and health is shall diligently keep thy command in the dwellings of the righteous; ments. the right hand of the Lord bring- 50 that my ways were mad eth mighty things to pass. so direct, that I might keep th:
16 The right hand of the Lord statutes ! hath the pre-eminence; the right 6 So shall I not be confounded, hand of the Lord bringeth mighty while I have respect unto thy com things to pass.
mandments. 17 I shall not die, but live, and 7 I will thank thee with an undeclare the works of the Lord. feigned heart, when I shall have
18 The Lord hath chastened and learned the judgments of thy righ corrected me; but he hath not teousness. given me over unto death.
8 I will keep thy ceremonies; 0 19 Open me the gates of righte-forsake me not utterly. ousness, that I may go into them, In quo corriget ? and give thanks unto the Lord.
shall 20 This is the gate of the Lord, young man cleanse his way? the righteous shall enter into it: even by ruling himself after thy
21 I will thank thee; for thou word. hast heard me, and art become my 2 With my whole heart have I salvation.
sought thee;o let me not go wrong 22 The same stone which the out of thy commandments. builders refused, is become the 3 Thy words have I bid withir. head-stone in the corner.
my heart, that I should not sig 23 This is the Lord's doing, and against thee. it is marvellous in our eyes. 4 Blessed art thou, O Lord;
24 This is the day which the teach me thy statutes. Lord hath made ; we will rejoice 5 With my lips have I been telland be glad in it.
ing of all the judgments of thy 25 Help me now, O Lord: O mouth. Lord,
send us now prosperity. 6 I have had as great delight in 26 Blessed be he that cometh in the way of thy testimonies, as in the name of the Lord : we have all manner of riches. wished you good luck, ye that are 7 I will talk of thy commandof the house of the Lord. ments, and have respect unto thy
27 God is the Lord who hath ways. showed us light: bind the sacrifice 8 My delight shall be in thy with cords, yea, even unto the statutes, and I will not forget thy horns of the altar.
word. 28 Thou art my God, and I will Retribue servo tuo. thank thee; thou art my God, and O DO well unto thy servant, I will praise thee.
that I may live and keep thy 29 O give thanks unto the Lord; word. for he is gracious, and his mercy 2 Open thou mine eyes; that I endureth for ever.
may see the wondrous things of thy EVENING PRAYER. Psalm 119. Beati immaculati. 3 I am a stranger upon earth; BLESSED are those that are uno hide not thy commandmente
defiled in the way, and walk in from me. the law of the Lord.
4 My soul breaketh out for the
! ? Blessed are the
| 4 Thou het die s shall diligently beer rebuke ; for I have kept thy testi- are good. - 50 that my Fan
so direct, that I against me; but thy servant is oc- righteousness. d statutes! 30 6 So shall I not be est
very fervent desire that it hath al- they behold vanit; ; and quicker way unto thy judgments. thou me in thy way.
5 Thou hast rebuked the proud ; 6 O stablish thy word in thy serand cursed are they that do err vant, that I may fear thee. from thy commandinents.
7 Take away the rebuke that I 6 Oturn from me shame and am afraid of; for thy judgments .
: Behold my delight is they com 7 Princes also did sit and speak mandments;
me in thy
mandments. di 7 I will thank the
feigned heart, when d learned the judgments thy word. ot teousness.
forsake me not utter
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cupied in thy statutes.
Et veniat super me. & For thy testimonies are my LET thy loving
mercy come also
unto me, O Lord, even thy salw while i bare respect and delight, and my counsellors.
Adhæsit pavimento. vation, according unto thy word. My soul cleaveth to the dust, olm2 So shall I make answer unto quicken thou me, according to my blasphemers; for my trust is in
thy word. 2 I have acknowledged my ways, i, 3. O take not the word of thy 8 I will keep the cars and thou heardest me: O teach me truth utterly out of my mouth; for thy statutes.
my hope is in thy judgments, 3 Make me to understand the 4 So shall I alway keep thy law: THEREWITHAL Way of thy commandments; and yea, for ever and ever.,
80. shall I talk of thy wondrous 5' And I will walk at liberty ; for works.
I seek thy commandments. 4 My soul melteth away for very 6 I will speak of thy testimonies y 2 With my whole x hcaviness ; comfort thou mě ac- also, even before kings, and will cording unto thy word.
not be ashamed. 5 Take from me the way of ly- 7 And my delight shall be in 3 Thy words bareling, and cause thou me to make thy commandments, which I have
loved. my heart, that I will much of thy law.
6 I have chosen the way of truth, 8 My hands also will I lift up 4 Blessed art thoud and thy judgments have I laid be- unto thy commandments, which I
have loved ; and my study shall be 7 I have stuck unto thy testimo- in thy statutes, nies; O Lord, confound me not.
Memor esto servi tui. 8 I will run the way of thy com- OTHINK upon thy servant, as mandments, when thou hast set concerning thy word, wheremy heart at liberty.
in thou hast caused me to put my
(trust. The twenty-fifth Day. 2 The same is my comfort in my MORNING PRAYER. trouble ; for thy word hath quick
ened me. Legem pone.
3 The proud have had me ex. of thy statutes, and I shall not shrinked from thy law. estatutes, and I will mi? T'EACH me, O Lord, the way ceedingly in derision; yet have 1 keep it unto the end.
4 For I remembered thine ever2 Give me understanding, ar.d Islasting judgments, O Lord, and re
shall keep thy law; yea, I shall ceived comfort. that I may
keep it with my whole heart. 51 am horribly afraid, for the
3 Make me to go in the path of ungodly that forsake thy law. thy commandments ; for therein is 6 Thy statutes have been my my desire.
songs, in the house of my pilgrini4 Incline mine heart unto thy age.
testimonies, and not to covetous- 7 I have thought upon thy name 3 I am a strangar
O Lord, in the night season, and 5 o turn away mine eyes, lest have kept thy law. 10 hide not thy cies
le teach me the statutes
5 With my lips hard ing of all the judge ) mouth.
6 I have had as erat n the way of the testine e all manner of riebes e 71 will talk of tra
ments, and have rest el 8 My delight skal
2 Open thou miste may see the wondrous the
4 My soul breakouts