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9 All nations whom thou forted me. hast made shall come and worship before thee, O Lord: PSALM LXXXVIII. and shall glorify thy name.

Lord God of my fal. 10 For thou art great, vation, I have cried and doest wondrous things : day and night before thee. thou art God alone.

2 Let my prayer come 1 Teach me thy way, before thee : incline thine O Lord, I will walk in thy ear unto my cry. truth: unite

my

heart to fear 3. For my soul is full of thy name.

troubles : and my life draw12 I will praise thee, O eth nigh unto the grave. Lord my God, with all my 4 I am counted with them heart: and I will glorify thy that go down into the pit : name for evermore.

I am as a man that hath no 13 For great is thy mercy strength. toward me: and thou hast 5 Free among the dead, delivered my soul from the like the slain that lie in the lowest hell.

grave, whom thou remein14 O God, the proud are berest no more: and they risen against me, and the af- are cut off from thy hand. feniblies of violent men have

6 Thou hast laid me in sought after my soul : and the lowest pit, in darkness, have not set thee before in the deeps. them.

7 Thy wrath lieth hard 15 But thou, O Lord, upon me, and thou hast afart a God full of compassion, Aicted me with all thy waves. and gracious : long-suffering, Selah. and plenteous in mercy and

8 Thou hast put awar truth.

mine acquaintance far from 16 O turn unto me, and me; thou hast made inė an have mercy upon me, give abomination unto them: 1 thy strength unto thy servant, am fhut up, and I cannot and save the son of thine come forth. handmaid.

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10 Wilt thou shew won- were brought forth, or ever ders to the dead ? shall the thou hadít formed the earth dead arise and praise thee? and the world: even from Selah.

everlasting to everlasting 1 Shall thy loving kind- thou art God. ness be declared in the grave? 3 Thou turnest man to or thy faithfulness in deftruc- destruction: and sayeft, Retion?

turn, ye children of men. 12 Shall thy wonders be 4.

For a thousand years in known in the dark? and thy thy fight are but as yesterrighteousness in the land of day when it is past, and as a forgetfulness?

watch in the night. 13 But unto thee have I 5 Thou carriest them acried, O Lord, and in the way as with a flood, they morning shall my prayer are as a sleep: in the morn

ing they are like grass which 14 Lord, why casteth thou groweth up. off my soul? why hideft thou 6 In the morning it flouthy face from me?

risheth, and groweth up; in 15 I am afflicted and ready the evening it is cut down, to die, from my youth up: and withereth. while I fuffer thy terrors, I 7 For we are consumed am distracted.

by thine anger, and by thy 16 Thy fierce wrath go- wrath are we troubled. eth over me, thy terrors 8 Thou hast fet our inihave cut me off.

quities before thee, our se17 They came round a- cret fins in the light of thy bout me daily like water, countenance. they compassed me about to 9. For all our days are gether.

pafled away in thy wrath : 18 Lover and friend hast we spend our years as a tale ihou put far from me, and that is told. mine acquaintance into dark

10 The days of our years ness.

are threescore years and ten;

and if by reafon of strength PSALM XC.

they be fourscore years, yet is ORD, thou hast been their strength labour and

our dwelling-place in sorrow: for it is foon cut all generations.

off, and we fly away. 2 Before the mountains

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power of thine anger? even pestilence. according to thy fear, fo is 4 He shall cover thee with thy wrath.

his feathers, and under his 12 So teach us to number wings shalt thou trust : his. our days, that we may apply truth Mall be thy shield and our heart3 unto wifdom. buckler.

13 Reiurn, O Lord; how 5 Thou shalt not be 2long? and let it repent thee fraid for the terror by night: concerning thy servants. nor for the arrow that flieth

14 O fatisfy us early with | by day: thy mercy; that we may re

6 Nor for the peftilence joice and be glad all our that walketh in darkness : days.

nor for the destruction that 15 Make us glad accord- wasteth at noon-day. ing to the days wherein thou 7 A thousand shall fall at halt afflicted us, and the thy fide, and ten thousand at years wherein we have fcen thy right hand: but it shall evil.

not come nigh thee. 16 Let thy work appear

8 Only with thine eyes unto thy servants, and thy shalt thou behold, and see glory unto their children. the reward of the wicked.

17 And let the beauty of 9 Because thou hast made the Lord our God be

upon

the Lord which is my reus : and establish thou the fuge, even the most High, work of our hands upon us, thy habitation; yea, the work of our hands 10 There shall no evil be. establish thou it.

fal thee, neither shall any

plague come nigh thy dwel PSALM XCI.

ling. E that dwelleth in the

u For he shall give his secret place of the angels charge over thee, to most High, shall abide under keep thee in all thy ways. the shadow of the Almighty. 12 They fhall bear thes

2 I will say of the Lord, up in their hands, left thou He is my refuge and my dash thy foot againit a stone. fortress : my God, in him 13 Thou shalt tread upon will I trust.

the lion, and adder: the 3 Surely he shall deliver young lion and the dragon thee from the snare of the shalt thou trample under fowler, and from the noisoine feet.

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14 Because he hath set his flourish; it is that they shall love upon me, therefore will be destroyed for ever: I deliver him: I will fet him 8 But thou, Lord, art most on high, because he hath high for evermore. known my name:

9 For lo, thine enemies, O 15 He shall call upon me, Lord, for lo, thine enemies and I will answer him: I shall perish : all the workers will be with him in trouble, of iniquity shall be scattered. I will deliver him, and ho

my horn shalt thou

l'exalt like the horn of an uni16 With long life will I corn, I shall be anointed fatisfy him, and shew him with fresh oil. my fálvation.

I Mine eye also shall PSALM XCII.

see my desire on mine ene

mies: and mine ears shall IT T is a good thing to give hear sny desire of the wicked

thanks unto the Lord, that rise up against me. and to sing praises unto thy 12 The righteous shall name, O most High: flourish like the palm-tree:

2 To shew forth thy lov- he shall grow like 'a cedar ing kindness in the morn- in Lebanon. ing, and thy faithfulness every 13 Those that be planted night:

in the house of the Lord, 3 Upon an instrument of shall Aourish in the courts of ten strings, and upon the pfaltery; upon the harp with

14 They shall still bring folemn found.

forth fruit' in old age: they 4. For thou, Lord, haft shall be fat and flourishing. made me glad through thy

15 To shew that the Lord work: I will triumph in the is upright: he is my rock, works of thy hands. and there is no unrighteoul

5 O Lord, how great are nefs in him. thy works! and thy thoughts are very deep.

PSALM XCIII. 6 A brutish man know HE reigneth, he

our God.

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eth' not ! rneither doth a fooIT is clothed with majera

understand this.

ty; the Lord is clothed with 7 When the wicked spring strength, wherewith he hath as the grass, and when all girded himself: the world the workers of iniquity do alfo is stablished, that it

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cannot be moved.

we are the people of his pal2 Thy throne is established ture, and the sheep of his of old : thou art from ever- hand : to-day if ye

will hear lasting.

his voice, 3 The floods have lifted

8 Harden not your heart, ир, O Lord, the foods have as in the provocation, and as lifted up their voice : the in the day of temptation in floods lift their waves. the wilderness :

4 The Lord on high is 9 When your fathers mightier than the noise of tempted me, proved me, and many waters, yea, than the faw

my

work. mighty waves of the sea. 10 Forty years long was

5 Thy testimonies are I grieved with this generavery sure: holiness becometh tion, and said, It is a people thine house, O Lord, for that do err in their heart,

and they have not known PSALM XCV.

my ways.

II Unto whom I sware Come let us sing unto in my wrath, that they

the Lord: let us make should not enter into my a joyful noise to the rock reft. of our salvation.

PSALM XCVI. 2 Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving, Sing unto the Lord a and make a joyful noise unto new song : fing unto him with psalms.

the Lord all the earth. 3 For the Lord is a great 2 Sing unto the Lord, God, and a great King bless his nart: Thew forth above all gods.

his falvation from day to 4

In his hand are the deep day. places of the earth: the 3 Declare his glory aItrength of the hills is his mong the heathen, his wonalso.

ders among all people. 5.The fea is his, and he 4

For the Lord is great, made it : and his hands and greatly to be praised: he formed the dry land.

is to be feared above all 6 0 come let us worship gods. and bow down: let us kneel 5 For all the gods of the before the Lord our maker. nations are idols : but the 7 For he is our God, and Lord made the heavens.

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