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is thee, and happy thalt thou Out of the learnehave call
speak with their enemies in the not his hand : ncither he that gate.
bindeth up the Dreaves, his boPsalm 128. Beati omnes. fom. Lefsed are all they that fear 8 So that they who go by, B
the Lord : and walk in liis say not so much as, The Lord ways.
prosper you; we wifi you good 2 For thou Malt eat the la- luck in the Name of the Lord. bours of thine hands : 0 well Plalm 130. De profundis.
ed unto thee, O : 3 Thy wife shall be as the Lord, hear my voice. fruitful vine : upon the walls 2 Ó ler thine ears consider of thine house.
well : the voice of my com4 Thy children like the o- plaint. live-branches : round about thy 3 If thou, Lord, wilt te extable.
treme to mark what is done de 5 Lo, thus Mall the man be miss: 0 Lord, who may abide blested i that feareth the Lord. it? 6 The Lord from out of Si
For there is mercy with on shall so bless chee : that thee : therefore fhalt thou be thou shalt see Jerusalem in pro- feared. speriey all thy life long
5 I look for the Lord, my 7. Yes, that thou shalt fec soul doth wait for him: in his thy childrens children : and word is
6. My soul fleeth unto the Palmı29. Sepe expugnaverunt. Lord: before the morning
Any a time have they watch, I fay, before the morn
fought against me from ing watch. my youth up : may lfrael now
70 lfrael, trust in the Lord, fay.
for with the Lord there is mer2 Yea, many a time have cy: and with him is plenteous they vexed me from my youth redemption up: but they have not prevail. 8 And he shall redeem If ed againft me.
rael: from all his fins. 3. The plowers plowed upon Psalm 131. Domine, non eft. my back : and made long fur Ord, I am not high-mindrows.
ed: I have no proud looks. 4 But the righteous Lord : 2 I do not exercise my self hath hewn the snares of the in great matters : which are too ungodly in pieces.
high for me. Š Let them be confounded 3 But I refrain my soul, and and turned backward : as ma: keep it low, like as a child chat ny as have evil will at Sion.
is weaned from his mother : 6 Let them be even as the yea, my soul is even as a weans grass growing upon the house. ed child. tops : which wicherech afore it
40 Ifrael, trust in the Lord : be plucked up.
from this time forth for ever9 Whereof the mower filleth more.
peace upon Urael.
Los we heard of the fame B
Morning Prayer. ever : here will I dwell, for I Pfalm 132. Memento, Domine. have a delight therein.
16 I will bless her vi&tuals all his trouble.
with increase: and will satisfie 2 How he (ware unto the her poor with bread. Lord : and vowed a yow unto 17 I will deck her priests the Almighty God of Jacob; with health : and her saints
3 I will not come within the shall rejoyce and sing. tabernacle of mine house : nor 18 There shall I make the climb up into my bed ; horn of David to flourish : I
4 I will not suffer mine eyes have ordained a lantern før to sleep, nor mine eye-lids to mine Anointed. Aumber: neither the temples 1 As for his enemies, I shall of my head to take any reft, clothe them with shame: but
s Until I find out a place for upon himself fhall his crown the temple of the Lord : an flourili. habitation for the mighty God Psalm 133. Ecce, quam bonum of Jacob.
Ehold, how good and joy
ful a thing it is : brethrea. at Ephrata : and found it in to dwell cogether in unity. the wood.
2 It is like the precious oint. 7 We will go into his taber- ment upon the head, that ran nacle : and fall low on our down unto the beard :even unto. knees before his footstool. Aarons beard, and went down
& Arise, O Lord, into thy to the skirts of his clothing. resting place : thou and the ark 3 Like as the dew of Her of thy strength.
mon : which fell upon the hill 9 Let thy priests be clothed of Sion. with righteousness: and let chý 4 For there the Lord proa saints sing with joyfulness. mised his bleffing: and life for
10 For thy servant Davids evermore. fake : turn not away the pre Psalm 134. Ecce nune. fence of thine Anointed. Ehold now.,praise the Lord:
II The Lord hath made a all ye servants of the Lord; faithful oath unto David : and 2 Ye that by night stand in he shall not flirink from it; the house of the Lord: even
12 Of the fruit of thy body: in the courts of the house of fhall I set upon thy feat. our God.
13 If thy children will keep 3 Lift up your hands in the my covenant, and my testimo- sanctuary: and praise the Lord.. nies that I shall learn them : 4 The Lord that made heatheir children also shall lit upven and earth : give thee bleron thy seat for evermore. fing out of Sion
14. For the Lord hadi chosen Psalm 135. Laudate Nomen. Sion to be an habitation for
the Name of the Lord; her.
praise it, .ye servants of the Is This shall be my rest for Lord;
himself : he hath longed for O Praise the Lord, laud ve
2. Ye that stand in the house speak not: eyes have they, but of the Lord : in the courts of they see not. the house of our God. :
17 They have ears, and yet 3 O praise the Lord, for the they hear not : neither is there Lord is gracious: O sing prai- any breath in their mouths. ses unto his Name, for it is 18 They that make them are lovely.
like unto them: and so are all 4 For why ? the Lord hath they that put their trust in chosen Jacob unto himself; and them. Israel for his own possession. 19 Praise the Lord, ye house
s For I know that the Lord of Israel : praise the Lord, ye is great : and that our Lord is house of Aaron. above all gods.
20 Praise the Lord, ye house 6 Whatsoever the Lord plea- of Levi: ye that fear the Lord, Ted, that did he in heaven, and praise the Lord. in earth : and in the sea, and in 21 Praised be the Lord out all deep places.
of Sion : who dwelleth at Je. 7 He bringeth forth the rusalem. clouds from the ends of the Evening Prayer. world: and sendeth forth light Psalm 136. Confitemini.
O Live. Thanks untei o the the winds out of his treasures. Lord, for he is gracious :
8 He sinote the first-bɔrn of and his mercy endurech for Egypt: both of man and beast, ever.
9 He hath sent tokens and 2 O give thanks unto the wondersinto the midst of thee, God of all gods: for his mercy Othou land of Egypt: upon endureth for ever. Pharaoh, and all his servants. 30. thank the Lord of all
10 He smote divers nations : lords : for his mercy endureth and new mighty kings;
for ever. 11 Sehon king of the Amo. 4 Who only doth great wonrites, and Og the king of Ba- ders: for his mercy endureth fan : and all the kingdoms of forever. Canaan;
Ś Who by his excellent wil. 12 And gave their land to be dom made the heavens : for his an heritage : even an heritage mercy endureth for ever. unto Israel his people.
6 Who laid out the earth an 13 Thy Name, O Lord, en- bove the waters : for his mercy dureth for ever: fo doth thy endureth for ever. memorial, O Lord, from one 7 Who hath made great generation to another. lights : for his mercy endureth
14 For the Lord will avenge for ever ; his people : and be gracious 8 Thesun to rule the day: for unto his servants.
his mercy endureth for ever; IŠ As for the iniages of the 9 The moon and the stars to heathen, they are but filver and govern the night: for his mercy gold: the work of mens hands. endurech for ever. 16 They have mouths, and Io Who Imote Ezype with
their first-born : for his mercy God of heaven : for his mercy endurerh for ever;
endurech for ever. 11 And brought out Israel 27 give thanks unto the from among them : for his mer- Lord of lords: for his mercy cy endureth for ever. endurech for ever.
12 With a mighty hand and Psalm 137. Super flumina, stretched-out arm: for his mer Y the waters of Babylon we cy endureth for ever.
sat down and wept: when 13 Who divided the Red sea we remembred thee, Sion. in two parts: for his mercy en 2 As for our harps, we haige dureth for ever ;
ed them up: upon the trees that 14 And made Israel to go are therein. through the midst of it: for his 3 For they that led us away mercy endurech for ever. captive required of us then a
15 But as for Pharaoh and song, and melody in our heahis hoft, he overthrew them in viness : Sing us one of the the Red sea: for his mercy en- songs of Sion. dureth for ever.
4. How shall we fing the 16 Who led his people Lords song : in a strange land? through the wilderness : for his s If I forget thee, Jerusamercy endureth for ever. lem : ler my right hand forget
17 Who smote great kings : her cunning. for his mercy endureth forever; : 6 If I do not remember thee,
18 Yea, and flew mighty let my tongue cleave to the roof kings: for his mercy endureth of my mouth : yea, if I prefer.
not Jerusalem in my mirth. 19 Schon king of the Amo 7. Rememher the children of rites: for his mercy endureth Edom, O Lord, in the day of
Jerusalem : how they said, 20 And Og the king of Ba- Down with it, down with it, fan : for his mercy endureth even to the ground.
8 O daughter of Babylon, 21 And gave away theirland wasted with misery : yea, hapa for an heritage : for his mercy py shall he be that rewardeth endureth for ever ;
thee as thou haft served us. 22 Even for an heritage unto 9 Blessed shall he be that taIsrael his servant : for his mer- keth thy children: and throwcy endureth for ever.
eth them against the stones. 23 Who remembred us when Psalm 138. Confitebor tibi. We were in trouble : for his Will give thanks unto thee, mercy endureth for ever g 210 O Lord, with my whole .::24 And hath delivered us heart : even before the gods from our enemies: for his mér- will I fing praise unto thee. cy endureth for ever.
2 I will worMip toward thy 25 Who giveth food to all holy temple; and praise thy flesh : for his mercy endurech Name, because of thy loving for ever...
: kindness and trudi : for thou 26 O give thanks Junto che last magnifice thy Name, and er
thy word above all things.
6 Whither shall I go then 3 When I called upon thee, from thy Spirit : or whither thou heardst me: and enduediť Mall I go then from thy premy soul with much strength.
fence ? 4 All the kings of the earth
7 If I climb up into heaven shall praise thee, O Lord: for thou art there : if I go down to they have heard the words of hell, thou art there also. thy mouth.
8 If I take the wings of the 5 Yea, they shall sing in the morning and remain in the ways of the Lord : chat great urtermoft parts of the sea, is the glory of the Lord. 9 Even there also shall thy
6 For though the Lord be hand lead me: and thy right high, yet hách he respect unto hand shall hold me. the lowly: as for the proud, he 10 If I say, Peradventure beholdeth them afar off.
the darkness shall cover me: 7Though I walk in the midst then Mall my night be turned of trouble, yet shalt thou re- to day. fresh më thou shalt ftretch 11 Yea, the darkness is no forth thy hand upon the furi- darkness with thee, but the ousness of mine enemies, and night is as clear as the day: the thy right hand shall fave me. darkness and light to thee are
8. The Lord Thall make good bocli alike. his loving kindness toward me: 12 For my reins are thine : rea, thy mercy, O Lord, en- thou hast covered me in my dureth for ever; despise noe mothers womb. then the works of thine own 13 I will give thanks unto hands.
thee, for I am fearfully and
wonderfully made: marvellous Morning Prayer. are thy works, and that my Psalm 139. Domine, probasti
. foul knoweth right well.
14 My bones are not hid me out, and known me : from thee: though I be made thou knoweft my down-fixing, secretly, and fashioned beneath and mine up-rifing, thou un- in the earth. derstandest my thoughts long 15 Thine eyes did see my before.
substance, yet being unperfect: 2 Thou art about my pach, and in thy book were all my and about my bed : and spieft members writen; out all my ways.
16 Which day by day were 3 For lo, there is not a word fashioned : when as yet there in my tongue : but thou, O was none of them. Lord, knoweft it altogether. 17 How dear are thy coun.
4. Thou hast fashioned me fels. unto me, O God: V how behind and before ; and laid great is the sám of them! thine hand upon me.
18 If i tell them, they are s Such knowledge is too more in number than the fand: wonderful and excellent for when I wake up, I am prefent me: I cannot attain unto it. wich thee,