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them their wickedness, and 11 Unto whom I sware in destroy them in their own my wrath, that they should malice ; yea, the Lord our not enter into my rest. God shall destroy them.

Psalm xcvi. Cantate Domino. The Nineteenth Day.

O Sing unto the Lord a MORNING PRAYER. new song ; sing unto the

Lord, all the whole earth. Psalm xcv. Venite exultemus,

2 Sing unto the Lord, and COME, let us sing un-praise his Name; be telling of tily rejoice in the strength of 3 Declare his honour unto our salvation.

the heathen, and his wonders 2 Let us come before his unto all people. presence with thanksgiving ; 4 For the Lord is great, and and show ourselves glad in cannot worthily be praised ; him with psalms.

he is more to be feared than 3 For the Lord is a great all gods. God ; and a great King above 5 As for all the gods of the all gods.

heathen, they are but idols ; 4 In his hand are all the but it is the Lord that made corners of the earth ; and the the heavens. strength of the hills is his also. 6 Glory and worship are

5 The sea is his, and he before him; power and homade it ; and his hands pre-nour are in his sanctuary. pared the dry land.

7 Ascribe unto the Lord, 6 O come, let us worship, O ye kindreds of the people, and fall down, and kneel be- ascribe unto the Lord worship fore the Lord our Maker :

and power 7 For he is the Lord our 8 Ascribe unto the Lord the God; and we are the people honour due unto his Name ; of his pasture, and the sheep bring presents, and come into of his hand.

his courts. 8 To-day if ye will hear his 9 O worship the Lord in voice, harden not your hearts the beauty of holiness ; let the as in the provocation, and as whole earth stand in awe of in the day of temptation in him. the wilderness;

10 Tell it out among the 9 When your fathers tempt- heathen, that the Lord is ed me, proved me, and saw King; and that it is be who

hath made the round world so 10 Forty years long was 1 fast that it cannot be moved ; grieved with this generation, and how that he shall judge and said, It is a people that do the people righteously. err in their hearts, for they ii Let the heavens rejoice, have rot known my ways: and let the earth be glad ; let

my works.

the sea make a noise, and all 10 () ye that love the Lord, that therein is.

see that ye hate the thing 12 Let the field be joyful, which is evil : the Lord preand all that is in it; then sha!'-sveth the souls of bis saints ; all the trees of the wood re-lhe shall deliver them from the joice before the Lord. hand of the ungodly.

13 For he cometh, for he il There is sprung up a cometh to judge the earth ; light for the righteous, and and with righteousness to judge joyful gladness for such as are the world, and the people with true-hearted. his truth.

12 Rejoice in the Lord, ye Psalm xcvii. Dominus reg-righteous, and give thanks for navit.

a remembrance of his holiness.

EVENING PRAYER. TH

HE Lordis King, the earth

may be glad thereof; yea, Psalm xcviii. Cantate Do. the multitude of the Isles may

niino. be glad thereof.

2 Clouds and darkness are SING unto the Lord a round about him ; righteous

Unew song ; for he hatlı ness and judgment are the ha- rione marvellous things. bitation of his seat.

2 With his own right hand, 3 There shall go a fire be- and with his holy arm, bath fore him, and burn up his ene- he gotten himself the victory. mies on every side.

3 The Lord declared his 4 His lighinings gave shine salvation ; his righteousness unto the world; the earth saw hath he openly showed in the it, and was afraid.

sight of the heathen. 5 The hills melted like wax 4 He hath remembered bis at the presence of the Lord ; mercy and truth toward the at the presence of the Lord of house of Israel, and all the the whole earth.

lends of the world have seen 6 The heavens have decla- the salvation of our God. red his righteousness, and all the 5 Show yourselves joyful people have seen his glory. unto the Lord, all ye lands ;

7 Confounded be all they sing, rejoice, and give thanks. that worship carved images, 6 Praise the Lord upon the and that delight in vain gods : harp ; sing to the barp with worship him, all ye gods. a psalm of thanksgiving.

8 Sion heard of it, and re- 7 With trumpets also and joiced ; and the daughters of shawns, o show yourselves Judah were glad, because of joyful before the Lord the thy judgments, O Lord. King

9 For thou, Lord, art bigher 8 Let the sea make a noise, than all that are in the earth; and all that therein is ; the thou art exalted far above all round workt, and they that gods.

dwell therein.

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9 Let the floods clap their, Psalm c. Jubilate Deo. hands, and lebeforeihe beim O BE joyful in the verande

Lord;

all ; the for he is come to judge the Lord with gladness, and come earth.

before his presence with a 10 With righteousness shall

song. he judge the world, and the

2 Be ye sure that the Lord people with equity.

he is God; it is he that hath Psalm xcix. Dominus reg- made us, and not we ourselves; navit.

we are his people, and the

sheep of his pasture. T" THE Lord is King, be the

3 O go your way into his people never so impa-gates with thanksgiving, and tient; he sitteth between the into his courts with praise ; be Cherubim, be the earth never thankful unto him, and speak so unquiet.

good of his Name; 2 The Lord is great in Sion, 4. For the Lord is gracious; and high above all people.

his mercy is everlasting ; and 3 They shall give thanks his truth endureth from geneunto thy Name, which is great, ration to generation. wonderful, and holy.

4 The King's power loveth Psalm ci. Misericordiam ei judgment; thou hast prepa

judicium. red equity; thou hast executed

shall be of Jacob

judgment ; unto 5 O magnify the Lord our thee, O Lord, will I sing. God, and fall down before his 2 O let me have understandfootstool ; for he is holy. ing in the way of godliness. 6 Moses and Aaron among

3 When wilt thou come unta his priests, and Samuel among me? I will walk in my house such as call upon his Name : with a perfect heart. these called upon the Lord, 4 I will take no wicked thing and he heard them.

fin hand; I hate the sins of 7 He spake unto them out unfaithfulness : there shall no of the cloudy pillar ; for they such cleave unto me. kept his testimonies, and the 5 A froward heart shall de. law that he gare them. part from me; I will not know

8 Thou heardest them, Ola wicked person. Lord our God; thou forgavest 6 Whoso privily slandereth them, O God, and punishedst his neighbour, him will I detheir own inventions.

stroy. 9 O magnify the Lord our

Ÿ Whoso hath also a proud God, and worship him upon look and high stomach, I will his holy hill ; for the Lord our not suffer him. God is holy,

8 Minc eyes look upon such

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MY

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as are faithful in the land, that are mad upon me, are sworn they may dwell with me. together against me.

9 Whoso leadeth a godly life. 9 For I have eaten ashes as he shall be my servant

it were bread, and mingled my 10 There shall no deceitful drink with weeping. person dwell in my house ; he 10 And that, because of thine that telleth lies shall not tarı yindignation and wrath ; for in my sight.

thou hast taken me up, and 11 I shall soon destroy all cast me down. the ungodly that are in the 11 My days are gone like a land; that I may root out ali shadow, and I am withered wicked doers from the city of like grass. the Lord.

12 But thou, O Lord, shalt endure for ever, and thy re

membrance throughout all geThe Twentieth Day.

nerations.

13 Thou shalt arise, and MORNING PRAYER.

have mercy upon Sion ; for it Psalm cii. Domine, exaudi. lis time that thou have mercy TEAR my prayer, O Lord. upon her; yea, the time is

and let my crying come come. unto thee.

14 And why? thy servants 2 Hide not thy face from me think upon her stones, and it in the time of my trouble ; in- pitieth them to see her in the cline thine ear unto me when dust. I call ; O hear me, and that 15 The heathens shall fear right soon :

thy Name, O Lord ; and all 3 For my days are consumed the kings of the earth thy Ma. away like smoke, and my bones jesty. are burnt up as it were a fire- 16 When the Lord shall brand.

build up Sion, and when his 4 My heart is smitten down, glory shall appear ; and withered like grass ; so 17 When he turneth him that I forget to eat my bread. unto the prayer of the poor

5 For the voice of my groan- destitute, and despiseth not ing, my bones will scarce their desire; cleave to my flesh.

18 This shall be written for 6 I am become like a peli-ihose that come after, and the can in the wilderness, and like people which shall be born an owl that is in the desert. shall praise the Lord.

7 I have watched, and am 19 For he hath looked down even as it were a sparrow, that from his sanctuary ; out of the sitteth alone upon the house-heaven did the Lord behold the top.

earth. 8 Mine enemies revile me 20 That he might hear the all the day long; and they thai mourning of such as are in

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captivity, and deliver the chil- with mercy and loving-kinddien appointed unto death ; ress ;

21 That they may declare 5 Who satisfieth thy month the Name of the Lord in Sion, with good things, making thee and his worship at Jerusalem ; young and lusty as an eagle.

22 When the people are ga- 6 The Lord executeth righthered together, and the king-teousness and judgment, for doms also, to serve the Lord. a! them that are oppressed

23 He brought down my with wrong. strength in my journey, and 7 He showed his ways unto shortened my days.

Moses, his works unto the 24 Bul I said, O my God, children of Israel. take me not away in the mids! 8 The Lord is full of com. of mine age; as for thy years. passion and mercy, long-sufthey endure throughout all ge-fering, and of great goodness nerations.

9 He will not alway be chi25 Thou, Lord, in the bc- ding; neither keepeth be his ginning hast laid the founda-anger for ever. tion of the earth, and the hea- 10 He hath not dealt with vens are the work of thy hands. us after our sins; nor rewarded

26 They shall perish, but us according to our wickedthou shalt endure; they all shall nesses. wax old as doth a garment. 11 For look how high tke

27 And as a vesture shalt hearens is in comparison of the thou change them, and they earth ; so great is his mercy shall be changed ; but thou art also toward them that fear the same, and thy years shall him ! not fail.

12 Look how wide also the 28 The children of thy ser-cast is from the west ; so far vants shall continue, and their hath he set our sins from us. seed shall stand fast in thy

13 Yea, like as a father pie sight.

tieth his own children ; even Psalm ciii. Benedic, anima so is the Lord merciful unto

them that fear him.

14 For he knoweth whereof RAISE the Lord, O my we are made; he rememe

soul; and all that is with- bereth that we are but dust. in me, praise his holy Name. 15 The days of nian are but

2 Praise the Loril, O my as grass ; for he flourisheth as soul; and forget not all his be- a flower of the field. nefits ;

3 Who forgiveth all thy sin, goeth over it, it is gone ; and and healeth all thine infirmi- the place thereof shall know

lit no more. 4 Who saveth thy life from

17 But the merciful goodness destruction, and crowneth thee for the Lord endareth for ever

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