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Lord : from this time forth for the Lord is the death of his evermore. Praise the Lord. faints.
14 Behold, O Lord, how Morning Prayer.
that I am thy fervant : I am thy
fervant, and the son of thine Pfalm 116. Dilexi, quoniam. handmaid, thou haft broken my I Ardwidth pleased the traicele bonds it fundet i
Is I will offer en thee the famy prayer.
crifice of thanksgiving: and 2 Iliar he hath inclined his will call upon the Name of the ear unto me : therefore will I Lord.: call upon him as long as I live. 16. I will pay my vows unto
3. The snares of death com- the Lord, in the sight of all his paised nie round about : and people in the courts of the the pains of hell gat hold upon Lords honfe, even in the midst
of thee, o Jerufalem. Praise 4 I shall find trouble and hea- the Lord. viness, and I will call
upon the Pfalm 117. Laudate Dominun. Name of the Lord : O Lord, I Praise Lord, all ye
s Gracious is the Lord and ye nations. righteous : yea, our God is 2 For his merciful kindness merciful.
is ever more and more towards 6 The Lord preserveth the us : and the truth of the Lord fimple : I was in misery, and endureth for ever. Praise the he helped me.
Lord. 7 Turn again unto thy reft, Psalm 118.Confiremini Domino.
Give thanks untu the rewarded thee.
8 And why? thru haft deli- because his mercy endurech for vered my soul from death : ever. mine eyes from tears, and my 2 Let Ifrael now confess, that feet from falling.
he is gracious: and that his 9 I will walk before the Lord : mercy endureth for ever. in the land of the living.
3 Let the house of Aaron now 10 I believed, and therefore confefs : that his metcy enduwill I speak, but I was fore reth for ever., a isa troubled : I said in my hafte, 4. Yea, let them now that fear All men are liars.
the Lord, confess: that his mer 11 What reward shall I give cy endureth for ever. unto the Lord : for all the bene
s I called upon the Lord in fics that he hath done unto me? trouble : and the Lord heard
12 I will receive the cup of me at large. salvation : and call upon the 6 The Lord is on my side" : Name of the Lord.
I will not fear what man dotla 13 I will pay my vows now unto me. in the presence of all his
peo 2 The Lord taketh my pare ple : right dear in the fight of with them that help me: there.
U my soul for the Lord hath O Lord, for he is gracious..
fore Mall I see my desire upon 21 I will thank thee, for thou mine enemies.
haft heard me: and art become & It is better to trust in the my salvation. Lord : than to put any confi 22 The same stone which the dence in man.
builders refused : is become the 9 It is better to trust in the head-stone in the corner. Lord : than to put any confi 23 This is the Lords doing : dence in princès.
and it is marvellous in our eyes. 1,610 All nations compassed me : 24 This is the day which the round about : but in the Name Lord hath made : we will reof the Lord will I deftroy joyce and be glad ir it. themes
25 Help me now, O Lord : If They kept me in on every O Lord, Tend us now prospeside, they kept me in, I say, on rity. every fide; but in the Name of 26 Blessed be he that cometh the Lord will I destroy them.
in the Name of the Lord : we 12 They came about me like have wished you good luck, bees, and are extinct even as ye that are of the house of the the fire among the thornis : for Lord. in the Name of the Lord I will 27 God is the Lord, who deftroy them.
hath shewed as light : bind the 13 Thou hast thrust fore at facrifice with cords, yea, even me that I miglit fall : but the unto the borns of the altar. Lord was my help
28 Thou art my God, and 14 The Lord is my strength I will thank thee : thou art my and my fong : and is become God, and I will praise thee. my falvation.
29 O give thanks onto the 15 The voice of joy and Lord, for he is gracious : and health is in the dwellings of the his mercy endureth for ever. righteous: the right hand of the Evening Prayer. Lord bringeth mighty things to Pfalm 119. Beati immaculati. pass.
undefiled in the way : and Lord hath the preeminence: the walk
in the law of the Lord. right hand nf the Lord bringeth 2 Blefsed are they that keep mighty things to pafs. his teftimonies : and seek him
-17 I shall not die, tue live: 'with their whole heart. and declare the works of the 3 For they who do nowickLord. JEN:
edness : walk in his ways. 18 The Lord hath chaftned 4 Thou haft charged : thac and corre&ted me: but he hath we fhalt diligently keep thy not given me over unto deatht. commandments.
19 Open me the gates of 5. that my ways were made righteousness : chat I may go fo direct:ciat I might keep thy into them, and give thanks unto ftatutes! the Lord.
-6.So shall I not be confound. 20. This is the gate of the ed : while I have respect unto Lord: the righteous shall enter all thy commandments. into it.
16 The right hand of the B Leffed are those that are
7 I will
? I will thank thee with an that do err from thy commandunfeigned heart : when I shall ments. have learned the judgments of 6 O turn from me shame thy righteousness.
and rebuke : for I have kept S I will keep thy ceremonies: thy testimonies. O forsake me not utterly. 7 Princes also did fit, and
In quo corriget? speak against me : but thy ser. W
Herewithal ihallayoung vant is occupied in thy statutes. man cleanse his
8 For thy teftimonies are even by ruling himself after my delight : and my counthy word.
Tellers. 2 With my whole heart have Adhafit pavimento. I sought thee : O let me not
duft : O quicken ments. n.11:
me according to thy word. 3Thy words have I hid with 2 I have acknowledged my in my lieart : that I should not ways, and thou heardst me : sin against thee.
teach me thy statutes. 4 Blessed art thou, O Lord : 3 Make me to understand the O teach me thy statutes. way of thy commandments :
With my lips have I been and so siiall I talk of thy wontelling : of all the judgments of drous works. thy mouth.
4. My soul meltech away for 6 I have ha:: as great delight very heaviness : comfort thou in the way of thy testimonies : me according unto thy word. as in all manner of riches. s Take from me the way of
7 I will talk of thy command- lying : and cause thou me to ments : and have respect unto make much of thy law. thy ways.
6 I have chosen the way of 8 My delight shall be in thy truth : and thy judgments have ftacutes : and I will not forget I laid before me. thy word.
7 I have stuck unto thy teRetribue servo tuo. stimonies: O Lord, confound that I
may live and keep 8 I will run the way of thy thy word.
commandments : when thou 2 Open thou mine eyes : haft see my heart at liberty. that I may see the wondrous things of thy law.
Morning Prayer. 3 I am a stranger upon earth :
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Each me, O Lord, the
way thy statutes : and My soul breaketh out for I Thall keep it unto the end. the very fervent desire : that 2 Give ne understanding, it hath alway unto thy judg- and I shall keep thy law : yea, I
Thall keep it with my whole s Thou haft rebuked the heart. proud : and cursed are they 3 Make me to go in the path
of thy cominandments : for . The same is comfortin therein is my desire.
my trouble : for thy word hath 4 Incline my heart unto thy quickned me. teftimonies: and not to covet 3 The proud have had me ousness.
exceedingly in derision : yet 5.0 turn away mine eyes, have I not shrinked from thy left they behold vanity : and law. quicken thou me in thy way, 4 For I remembred thine e
6 ftablish thy word in thy verlasting judgments, O Lord : servant : that I may fear thee. and received conifort. 7 Take away
the rebuke that 5 I am horribly afraid : for I. afraid of : for thy-judg. the ungodly chać forsake thy ments are good.
law. S Behold, my delight is in 6 Thy statutes have been my thy commandments : O quick- fongs : in the house of my pil. en me in thy righteousness. griinage. Et veniat super me.
7 I have thought upon thy Et thy 'loving mercy come Name, O Lord, in the nighi.
-alfo unto me, O Lord : season : and have kept thy law. Even thy falvation, according
8 This I had: because I kept unto thy word.
thy commandments. 2 So' mhall I make answer Portio mea, Dominė. unto my błąsphemers : for my T Oords Thave promised
thy wor 30 take not the word of thy to keep thy law. truth utterly out of my mouth : 2 I made my humble peti. for my hope is in thy judg- tion in thy presence with my ments.
whole heart : O be merciful 14 So shall I alway keep thy unto me according to thy word. law : yea, for ever and ever. 3 I called mine own ways to
ş And I will walk at liber- remembrance : and turned my ty : for I seek thy command- feet unto thy teftimonies.
4.1 made hafte, and prolong. 6 I will speak of thy'testimo- ed not the time : to keep thy nies alfo, even before kings : commandnients. and will not be ashamed. s The congregations of the
7. And my delight shall be ungodly have robbed me : buf in thy commandments : which I have not forgotten thy law. I have loved.
6 At midnight I will rise to 8 My hands also will I lift give thanks unto thee : beup unto thy commandments, cause of thy righteous judgwhich I have loved : and my ments. ftudy shall be in thy statutes. 7 I am a companion of all
Memor esto fervi tui. them that fear thee : and keep O Thinkcuping they ferocity thy commandmenes,
& The earth, O Lord, is fuk wherein thou hast caused me of thy mercy : 0 teach inc thay 10 put my trust.
Bonitatem fecisti. ed, for they go wickedly about
ous : 10 teach me thy ftatuites
: Marval hath longed for thy
ciously with thy servant : occupied in thy commandaccording unto thy word.
2 O learn me true under 7 Let such as fear thee, and standing and knowledge : for I have known thy testimonies : have believed thy command- be turned unto me.
8 O let my heart be found 3 Before I was troubled, I in thy statutes : that I be not went wrong : but now havel ashamed. kept thy word.
Defecit anima mea. 4 Thou are good and graci Y
salvation : and I have a $ The proud have imagined good hope because of thy word. a lie against me : but ì will 2 Mine eyes long fore for keep thy commandments with thy word : saying, O when my whole heart.
wilt thou comfort me? 6 Their heart is as fat as :3 For I am become like a brawn : but my delight hath bottle in the smoke : yet do I been in thy law.
not forget thy ftatutes. 7 It is good for me that I 4 How many are the days have been in trouble : that I of thy servant : when wilt thou may learn thy statutes. be avenged of them that per
Š The law of thy mouth is fecute me? dearer unto me: than thou 5 The proud have digged sands of gold and silver. pits for me : which are not af
Evening Prayer. ter thy law.
and fashioned me: O give falny, O be thou my help, ne understanding, that I may 7 They had almost made an learn thy commandments. end of me ujon earth : but I
2 They that fear thee will forsook not thycommandments. be glad when they see me : be 8.0 .quicken me after thy cause I have put my trust in loving kindness : and so Thall thy word.
I keep the testimonies of thy 3 I know, O Lord, that thy mouth. judgments are right: and that
In æternum, Domine. caused me to be troubled.
reth for ever in heaven." 4 O lec thy merciful kind 2 Thy truth also remaineth nels be my comfort : accordo from one generation to anoing to thy word unto thy ser- ther : thou hast laid the founvant.
dation of the earth, and it aa s o let thy loving mercies bideth. come unto me, that I may live : 3 They continue this day for thy law is my delight. according to thine ordinance :
Let the proud be confound for all things serve thee.