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5 Mine enemies speak evil upon, I pour out my heart by of me: When shall he die, and myself ; for I went with the his name perish ?
multitude, and brought them 6 And if he come to see forth into the house of God, me, he speaketh vanity, and 5 In the voice of praise and his heart conceiveth falsehood thanksgiving, among such as within himself; and when he keep holy-day. cometh forth, he telleth it. 6° Why art thou so full of
7 All mine enemies whisper heaviness, O my soul ? and why together against me, even art thou so disquieted within against me do they imagine me? this evil.
7 Put thy trust in God; for 8 Let the sentence of guilti- I will yet give him thanks for ness proceed against him, and the help of his countenance. now that he lieth, let him rise 8 My God, my soul is vexed up no more.
within me; therefore will I 9 Yea, even mine own fami- remember thee concerning the liar friend whom I trusted, who land of Jordan, and the little did also eat of my bread, hath hill of Hermon. laid great wait for me. 19 One deep calleth another,
10 But be thou merciful unto because of the noise of the me, O LORD; raise thou me water-pipes; all thy waves and up again, and I shall reward storms are gone over me. them.
10 The LORD hath granted 11 By this I know thou his loving-kindness in the dayfavourest me, that mine enemy time; and in the night-season doth not triumph against me. did I sing of him, and made
12 And when I am in my my prayer unto the God of my health, thou upholdest me, and life. shall set me before thy face for 11 I will say unto the God of ever.
my strength, Why hast thou 13 Blessed be the Lord God forgotten me? why go I thus of Israel, world without end. heavily, while the enemy Amen.
12 My bones are smitten PSALM 42. Quemadmodum. lasunder às with a sword, while LIKE as the hart desireth mine enemies that trouble me the water-brooks, so longeth cast me in the teeth; my soul after thee, O God. I 13 Namely, while they say
2 My soul is athirst for God, daily unto me, Where is now yea, even for the living God: thy God? when shall I come to appear' 14 Why art thou so vexed, O before the presence of GOD? my soul ? and why art thou so
3 My tears have been my disquieted within me? meat day and night; while they 15 0 put thy trust in God; daily say unto me, Where is for I will yet thank him, which now thy God ?
is the help of my countenance, 4 Now when I think there- and my God.
PSALM 43. Judica me, Deus. I thy countenance; because thou GIVE sentence with me, o hadst a favour unto them. Gop. and defend my cause! 5 Thou art my King, O GOD: against the ungodly people: o send help unto Jacob. deliver me from the deceitful
6 Through thee will we over, and wicked man;
throw our enemies, and in thy 2 For thou art the God of name will we tread them under my strength: why hast thou that rise up against us. put me from thee? and why go
7 For I will not trust in my I so heavily, while the enemy
| bow; it is not my sword that
" shall help me, oppresseth me?
3 O send out thy light andl 8 But it is thou that savest thy truth. that they may lead us from our enemies, and puttest me, and bring me unto thy holy
them to confusion that hate us. hill, and to thy dwelling
9 We make our boast of GOD 4. And that I may go unto all day long, and will praise thy the altar of God, even unto the na
or of con even unto the name for ever. God of my joy and gladness;
ss. 10 But now thou art far off, and upon the hard will I give and puttest us to confusion : thanks unto thee, O God, my and goest not forth with our God.
armies. 5 Why art thou so heavy, O
heavy ol 11 Thou makest us to turn my soul į and why art thou so our 'backs upon our enemies, disquieted within me?
so that they which hate us spoil 60 put thy trust in God;
our goods. for I will yet give him thanks,
12 Thou lettest us be eaten which is the help of my coun- up like sheep, and hast scattered tenance, and my God.
us among the heathen.
13 Thou sellest thy people THE NINTH DAY.
for naught, and takest no money
for them, MORNING PRAYER.
14 Thou makest us to be Psalm 44. Deus, auribus. Trebuked of our neighbours, to WE have heard with our be laughed to scorn, and had in ears, O God, our fathers have derision of them that are round told us what thou hast done in about us. their time of old.
15 Thou makest us to be a 2 How thou hast driven out by-word among the heathen, the heathen with thy hand, and and that the people shake thei planted them in; how thou hast heads at us. destroyed the nations, and cast 16 My confusion is daily be them out.
fore me, and the shame of my 3 For they gat not the land face hath covered me; in possession through their own | 17 For the voice of the sword, neither was it their own slanderer and blasphemer, for arm that helped them :
the enemy and avenger. 4 But thy right hand, and 18 And though all this be thine arm, and the light of come upon us, yet do we not forget thee, nor behave our-, thine honour : ride on, because selves frowardly in thy cove- of the word of truth, of meeknant.
ness and righteousness, and thy 19 Our heart is not turned right hand shall teach thee back, neither our steps gone out terrible things. of thy way;
| 6 Thy arrows are very sharp, 20 No, not when thou hast and the people shall be subdued smitten us into the place of unto thee, even in the midst dragons, and covered us with among the King's enemies. the shadow of death. 1.7 Thy seat, o God, endureth
21 If we have forgotten the for ever; the sceptre of thy name of our God, and holden kingdom is a right sceptre. up our hands to any strange 8 Thou hast loved rightegod, shall not God search it ousness, and hated iniquity ; out? for he knoweth the very wherefore God, even thy God, secrets of the heart.
hath anointed thee with the oil 22 For thy sake also are we of gladness above thy fellows. killed all the day long, and are 9 All thy garments smell of counted as sheep appointed to myrrh, aloes, and cassia; out be slain.
of the ivory palaces, whereby 23 Up, LORD, why sleepest they have made thee glad. thou ? awake, and be not absent 10 Kings' daughters were from us for ever.
among thy honourable women; 24 Wherefore hidest thou upon thy right hand did stand thy face, and forgettest our the queen in a vesture of gold, misery and trouble?
wrought about with divers 25 For our soul is brought colours. low, even unto the dust; our 11 Hearken, O daughter, and belly cleaveth unto the ground. consider; incline thine ear ;
26 Arise, and help us, and forget all thine own people, deliver us, for thy mercies' sake. and thy father's house."
i 12 So shall the King have Psalm 45. Eructarit cor meum. pleasure in thy beauty ; for he MY heart is inditing of a is thy LORD God, and worship good matter; I speak of the thou him. things which I have made unto 13 And the daughter of Tyre the King.
shall be there with a gift; like 2 My tongue is the pen of as the rich also among the a ready writer.
people shall make their suppli3 Thou art fairer than the cation before thee. children of men ; full of grace 14 The King's daughter is all are thy lips, because God hath glorious within; her clothing blessed thee for ever.
is of wrought gold. 4 Gird thee with thy sword 15 She shall be brought unto upon thy thigh, 0 thou most the King in raiment of needlemighty, according to thy wor-work : the virgins that be her ship and renown.
fellows shall bear her company, 5 Good luck have thou with and shall be brought unto thee
· 16 With joy and gladness in sunder, and burneth the shall they be brought, and chariots in the fire. shall enter into the King's 10 Be still then, and know palace.
that I am God: I will be exalted 17 Instead of thy fathers thou among the heathen, and I will shalt have children, whom thou be exalted in the earth. mayest make princes in all 11 The LORD of hosts is with lands.
us; the God of Jacob is our 18 I will remember thy name refuge. from one generation to another;||
EVENING PRAYER. therefore shall the people give Psalm 47, Omnes gentes, plaudite. thanks unto thee, world without O CLAP your hands together, end.
all ye people : O sing unto GOD Psalm 46. Deus noster refugium. with the voice of melody.
| 2 For the LORD is high, and GOD is our hope and strength, to be feared; he is the great a very present help in trouble. King upon all the earth.
2 Therefore will we not fear, 3 He shall subdue the people though the earth be moved, and under us, and the nations under though the hills be carried into
ed into our feet. the midst of the sea.
4 He shall choose out an 3 Though the waters thereof heritage for us, even the worship rage and swell, and though the of Jacob, whom he loved. mountains shake at the tempest 5 God is gone up with a of the same.
merry noise, and the LORD with 4. The rivers of the flood | the sound of the trump. thereof shall make glad the city! 6 O sing praises, sing praises of God; the holy place of the unto our God; O sing praises, tabernacle of the Most Highest. sing praises unto our King.
5 God is in the midst of her, For God is the King of all therefore shall she not be the earth : sing ye praises with removed ; God shall help her, understanding. and that right early.
18 GOD reigneth over the 6 The heathen make much heathen ; God sitteth upon his ado, and the kingdoms are holy seat. moved; but God hath showed 9 The princes of the people his voice, and the earth shall are joined unto the people of melt away.
the God of Abraham ; for God, by The LORD of hosts is with which is very high exalted, doth us; the God of Jacob is our defend the earth as it were with refuge.
a shield. 80 come hither, and behold the works of the LORD, what! PSALM 48. Magnus Dominus. destruction he hath brought GREAT is the LORD, and upon the earth.
highly to be praised in the city 9 He maketh wars to cease of our God, even upon his holy in all the world; he breaketh hill. the bow, and knappeth the spear! 2 The hill of Sion is a fair place, and the joy of the whole 2 High and low, rich and earth ; upon the north side lieth poor, one with another. the city of the great King : God 3 My mouth shall speak of is well known in her palaces as wisdom, and my heart shall a sure refuge.
| muse of understanding. 3 For lo, the kings of the 4 I will incline mine ear to earth are gathered, and gone by the parable, and show my dark together.
speech upon the harp. 4 They marvelled to see such 5 Wherefore should I fear; things; they were astonished, in the days of wickedness, and and suddenly cast down. when the wickedness of my
5 Fear came there upon heels compasseth me round them; and sorrow, as upon a about ? woman in her travail. . 6 There be some that put
6 Thou shalt break the ships their trust in their goods, and of the sea through the east boast themselves in the multiwind.
tude of their riches ; 7 Like as we have heard, so 7 But no man may deliver have we seen in the city of the his brother, nor make agreeLORD of hosts, in the city of ment unto God for him : our God; God upholdeth the 8 For it cost more to redeem same for ever.
their souls; so that he must let 8 We wait for thy loving that alone for ever ; kindness, O God, in the midst 9 Yea, though he live long, of thy temple.
| and see not the grave. 9 O God, according to thy 10 For he seeth that wise name, so is thy praise unto the men also die and perish togeworld's end ; thy right hand is ther, as well as the ignorant and full of righteousness.
| foolish, and leave their riches 10 Let the mount Sion for other. rejoice, and the daughter of 11 And yet they think that Judah be glad, because of thy their houses shall continue for judgments.
| ever, and that their dwelling 11 Walk about Sion, and go places shall endure from one round about her; and tell the generation to another; and towers thereof.
call the lands after their own 12 Mark well her bulwarks, names. set up her houses, that ye may 12 Nevertheless, man will tell them that come after.. not abide in honour, seeing
13 For this God is our God he may be compared unto the for ever and ever: He shall be beasts that perish; this is the our guide unto death.
way of them. Psalm 49. Audite hæc, omnes.
13 This is their foolishness,
• and their posterity praise their O HEAR ye this, all ye saying. people; ponder it with your 14 They lie in the hell like ears, all ye that dwell in the sheep; death gnaweth upon world;
them, and the righteous shall