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Lord, lo, thine enemies shall 4. The floods are risen, o perilh ; and all the workers of Lord, the floods have lift up wickedness shall be destroyed. their voice, the floods lift up

9 But mine horn shall be their waves. exalted like the horn of an

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The waves of the sea are unicorn ; for I am anointed mighty, and rage horribly ; with fresh oil.

but yet the Lord, who dwell10 Mine eye also shall see eth on high, is inightier. his lust of mine enemies, and 6 Thy teftimonies, O Lord, mine ear shall hear his desire are very sure : holiness beof the wicked that arise up cometh thine house for ever. against me.

Psalm xciv. Deus ultionum. 11 The righteous shall flou Lord God, to whom rish like a palm-tree, and shall vengeance belongeth, spread abroad like a cedar in thou God, to whom vengeance Libanus.

belongeth, fhow thyself. 12 Such as are planted in 2 Arise, thou Judge of the the house of the Lord, shall world, and reward the proud flourish in the courts of the after their deserving. house of our God.

3 Lord, how long shall 13 They also shall bring the ungodly, how long shall forth more fruit in their age, the ungodly triumph ? and shall be fat and well liking; 4 How long thall all wicked

14 That they may thow doers speak so disdainfully, and how true the Lord my make luch proud boasting : strength is, and that there is 5 They smite down thy no unrighteousness in him. people, O Lord, and trouble EVENING PRAYER.

thine heritage. Psalm xciii. Dominus regnavit. and the ftranger, and put the

6 They murder the widow HE Lord is King, and fatherless to death.

hath put on glorious 7 And yet they say, Tush, apparel ; the Lord hath put the Lord shall not see, neion his apparel, and girded ther shall the God of Jacob himself with strength.

regard it. 2 He bath made the round

8 Take heed, ye unwise world so lure, that it cannot among the people: Oye fools, be moved.

when will ye understand ? 3 Ever Gnce the world be 9 He that planted the ear, gan, hath thy seat been prepa- shall he not hear? or he that Ted; thou art from everlasting. made the eye, thail he not see?

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10 Or he that nurtureth gether against the foul of the the heathen, it is he that righteous, and condemn the teacheth man knowledge ; innocent blood. shall not be punilh ?

22 But the Lord is my re· 11 The Lord knoweth the fuge, and my God is the thoughts of inan, that they strength of my confidence. are but vain.

23 He shall recompense 12 Blessed is the man whom them their wickedness, and thou chalteneft, O Lord, and destroy them in their own teacheft him in thy law malice ; yea, the Lord our

13 That thou mayest give God shall destroy them. him patience in time of adversity, until the pit be digged

The Nineteenth Day. up for the ungodly.

MORNING PRAYER. 14 For the Lord will not Psalm xcv. Venite, exultemus. fail his people ; neither will Come, let us fing unto: he forlake his inheritance ;

the Lord ; let us hear 15 Until righteousness turn tily rejcice in the strength of again unto judgment : all such our salvation. as are true in heart shall fol 2 Let us come before his low it.

presence with thanksgiving; 16 Who will rise up with and show ourselves glad in me against the wicked? or him with psalms. who will take my part against 3 For the Lord is a great the evil-doers?

God; and a great King above '17 If the Lord had not all gods. helped me, it had not failed

4. In his hand are all the but my soul had been put to corners of the earth ; and the Silence.

strength of the hills is his also. 18 But when I said, My 5 The sea is his, and he foot hath flipped ; thy mercy, made it; and his hands preO Lord, held me up.

pared the dry land. 19 In the multitude of the 6 O come, let us worship, sorrows that I had in my and fall down, and kneel beheart, thy comforts have re- fore the Lord our Maker : freshed my soul.

7 For he is the Lord our 20 Wilt thou have any God; and we are the people thing to do with the stool of of his pasture, and the sheep wickedness, which imagineth of his hand. mischief as a law ?

8 To-day if ye will hear his 21 They gather them to- voice, harden not your hearts

as in the provocation, and as in the honour due unto his the day of temptation in the Name ; bring presents, and wildernels;

come into his courts. 9 When your fathers tempt 9 0 worship the Lord in ed me, proved me, and law the beauty of holiness ; let my works.

the whole earth stand in awe 10 Forty years long was I of him. grieved with this generation,

10 Tell it out among the and said, It is a people that heathen, that the Lord is. do err in their hearts, for they King; and that it is he who have not known my ways :

hath made the round world so II Unto whom I sware in fast that it cannot be moved ; my wrath, that they should and how that he shall judge not enter into my rest. the people righteously. Psalın xcvi. Cantate Domino. and let the earth be glad ; let

11 Let the heavens rejoice, Sing unto the Lord a the sea make a noise, and all

new song ; sing unto the that therein is. Lord, all the whole earth. 12 Let the field be joyful,

2 Sing unto the Lord, and and all that is in it; then shall praise his Name; be telling of all the trees of the wood rehis falvation from day to day. joice before the Lord. 3

Declare his honour unto 13 For he cometh, for he the heathen, and his wonders cometh to judge the earth ; unto all people.

and with righteousness to 4 For the Lord is great, judge the world, and the peoand cannot worthily be prai- ple with his truth. fed ; he is more to be feared than all gods.

Psalm xcvii. Dominus regnavit. 5 As for all the gods of the THE Lord is King, the heathen, they are but idols ; earth

may therebut it is the Lord that made of, yea, the multitude of the the heavens.

illes may be glad thereof. 6 Glory and worship are be 2 Clouds and darkness are fore him ; power and honour round about him ; righteoulare in his sanctuary. ness and judgment are the ha

7 Ascribe unto the Lord, bitation of his seat. Oye kindreds of the people, 3 There shall go a fire beascribe unto the Lord worihip fore him and burn up his eneand power.

mies on every side. 8 Ascribe unto the Lord 4 His lightnings gave shine

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unto the world ; the earth faw and with his holy arm, hath it, and was afraid.

he gotten himself the victory: 5

The hills melted like wax 3 The Lord declared his at ihe presence of the Lord ; salvation ; his righteousness at the presence of the Lord hath he openly showed in the of the whole earth.

fight of the heathen. 6 The heavens have decla

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He hath remembered his red his righteousness, and all mercy and truth toward the the people have seen his glory. house of Israel, and all the

7. Confounded be all they ends of the world have seen that worship carved images, the salvation of our God. and that delight in vain gods : 5 Show yourselves joyful worship him, all ye gods. unto the Lord, all ye lands

; 8 Sion heard of it, and re- fing, rejoice, and give thanks. joiced ; and the daughters of 6 Praise the Lord upon the Juda were glad, because of harp ; sing to the harp with thy judgments, O Lord. a psalm of thanksgiving.

9 Forthou, Lord, art higher 7 With trumpets also and than all that are in the earth ; shawms, O show yourselvesjoythou art exalted far above all ful before the Lord the King. gods.

8 Let the sea make a noise, 10 Oye that love the Lord, and all that therein is ; the see that ye hate the thing round world, and they that which is evil : the Lord pre- dwell therein. serveth the souls of his saints;

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Let the floods clap their he shall deliver them from the hands, and let the hills be hand of the ungodly.

joyful together before the 11 There is sprung up a Lord; for he is come to judge light for the righteous, and the earth. joyful gladness for such as are 10 With righteousness shall true-hearted,

he judge the world, and the 12 Rejoice in the Lord, ye people with equity. righteous, and give thanks for a remembrance of his holiness. Pfalm xcix. Dominus regnavit. EVENING PRAYER.

HE Lord is King, be the Psalm xcviii. Cantate Domino. tient; he fitteth between the

people never so impaSing unto the Lord a Cherubim, be the earth never

new song; for he hath so unquiet. done marvellous things. 2 The Lord is great in Sion, 2 With his own right hand, and high above all people.

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3 They shall give thanks into his courts with praise; be unto thy Name, which is thankful unto him, and speak great, wonderful, and holy. good of his Name; 4 The King's power loveth

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For the Lord is gracious ; judgment; thou hast prepared his mercy is everlasting ; and equity; thou hast executed his truth endureth from genejudgment and righteousness ration to generation. in Jacob. 50 magnify the Lord our

Psalm ci. Misericordiam at God, and fall down before bis

judicium. footstool ; for he is holy.

Y song shall be of mercy 6 Mofes and Aaron among and judgment; unto his priests, and Samuel among thee, O Lord, will I sing. such as call upon his Name : 2 O let me have understandthese called upon the Lord, ing in the way of godliness

. and he heard them.

3 When wilt thou come 7 He spake unto them out unto me? I will walk in my of the cloudy pillar; for they house with a perfect heart. kept his testimonies, and the 4 I will take no wicked law that he gave them. thing in hand; I hate the fins

8 Thou heardest them, o of unfaithfulness: there shall Lord our God; thou forgav- no such cleave unto me. est them, O God, and punish 5 A froward heart shall deedst their own inventions. part from me; I will not

9 O magnify the Lord our know a wicked person. God, and worship him upon 6 Whoso privily Dandereth his holy hill; for the Lord his neighbour, him will I deour God is holy.

stroy.

7 Whoso hath also a proud Pfalm c. Jubilate Deo.

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such Lord with gladness, and come as are faithful in the land, that before his presence with a song. they may dwell with me. 2 Be ye sure that the Lord

9 g Whoso leadeth a godly he is God; it is he that hath life, he shall be my fervant. made us, and not we our 10 There shall no deceitful selves ; we are his people, and person dwell in my house ; he the sheep of his pasture. that telleth lies shall not tarry

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