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2 The Lord shall send the ever be mindful of his coverod of thy power out of Sion ; nant. be thou ruler even in the midst 6 He hath showed his peoamong thine enemies. ple the power of his works,
3 In the day of thy power that lie may give them the heshall the people offer thee free-ritage of the heathen. will offerings with an holy wor- 7 The works of his hands ship: the dew of thy birth is of are verity and judgment; all the womb of the morning. his commandments are true.
4 The Lord sware, and will 8 They stand fast for ever not repent, Thou art a Priest and ever, and are done in for ever after the order of truth and equity. Melchisedech.
9 He sent redemption unto 5 The Lord upon thy right his people ; he hath commandhand shall wound even kings, ed his covenant for ever ; holy in the day of his wrath. and reverend is his Name.
6 He shall judge among the 10 The fear of the Lord is heathen; he shall fill the places the beginning of wisdom ; & with the dead bodies, and good understanding have all smite in sunder the heads over they that do thereafter ; the divers countries.
praise of it endureth for ever. 7 He shall drink of the brook in the way ; therefore Psalm cxii. Beatus vir. shall he lift up his head, Psalm cxi. Confitebor tibi. B Fearethe thes libreanne hath
great delight in his commandI mentre
Lord with my whole heart, 2 His seed shall be mighty secretly among the faithful, upon earth; the generation of and in the congregation. the faithful shall be blessed.
2 The works of the Lord 3 Riches and plenteousness are great, sought out of all shall be in his house ; and them
that have pleasure there his righteousness endureth for in.
3 His work is worthy to be 4 Unto the godly there aripraised and had in honour, seth up light in the darkness; and his righteousness cnduretli he is merciful, loving, and for ever.
righteous. 4 The merciful and graci- °5 A good man is merciful
, ous Lord bath so done his and lendeth, and will guide marvellous works, that they his words with discretion ; ought to be had in remem- 6 For he shall never be brance.
mored : and the righteous 5 He hath given meat unto be had in everlasting iemem. thein that fear him; he shall brance.
7 He will not be afraid of Ere.XI.YG PRAYER. any evil tidings ; for his heart
Psalm cxiv. In exitu Israch, standeth fast, and believeth in the Lord.
WHEN Israel came out of 8 His heart is stablished, and will not shrink, until he see Jacob from among the strange his desire upon his enemies. people,
9 He hath dispersed abroad, 2 Juda was his sanctuary, and given to the poor, and his and Israel his dominion. righteousness remaineth for 3 The sea saw that, and fled; ever ; his horn shall be exalt- Jordan was driven back. ed with honour.
4 The mountains skipped 10 The ungodly shall see it, like rams, and the little hills and it shall grieve him ; he like young sheep. shall gnash with his teeth, and 5 What aileth thee, O thou consume away; the desire of sea, that thou feddest ? and the ungodly shall perish. thou Jordan, that thou wast
driven back? Psalm cxüi. Laudate, pueri.
6 Ye mountains, that ye DRAISE the Lord, ye ser-skipped like rams? and ye lit
vants ; O praise the Name de hills like young sheep? of the Lord.
7 Tremble thou earth at the 2 Blessed be the Name of presence of the Lord; at the the Lord, from this time forth presence of the God of Jacob for evermore.
8 Who turned the hard rock 3 The Lord's Name is into a standing water, and the praised, from the rising up of flint-stone into a springing the sun, unto the going down well. of the same.
Psalm cxv. Non nobis, 4 The Lord is high above
Domine. all heathen, and his glory above the heavens.
OT unto us, O Lord, not
unto us, but unto lly our God, that hath his dwel. Name give the praise ; for thy ling so high, and yet humbleth loving mercy, and for thy himself to behold the things truth's sake. that are in heaven and earth? 2 Wherefore shall the hea.
6 He taketh up the simple then say, Where is now their out of the dust, and listeth the God? poor out of the mire;
3 As for our God, he is in 7 That he may set him with heaven : hc hath done what. the princes, even with the soever pleased him. princes of his people.
4 Their idols are silver and 8 He maketh the barren gold, even the work of men's woman to keep house, and to hands. be a joyful mother of children. 5 They have mouths, and
5 Who is like unto the Lord NOT
speak not; eyes have they, and The Twenty-fourth Day. sce not. 6 They have ears, and hear
MORNING PRAYER. not; noses have thoy, and smell Psalm cxvi. Dilezi, quoniam. not. 7. They have, hands, and I AM. well
, pleased that the handle ; and walk not; neither speak of iny prayer ; they through their throat. 2 That he hath inclined his
8 They that make them are ear unto me; therefore will I like unto them; and so are call upon him as long as I lire. all such as put their trust in 3 The shares of death com. them.
passed me round about, and 9 But thou, house of Israel, the pains of hell gat hold upon trust thou in the Lord; he is me. their succour and defence. 4 I shall find trouble and
10 Ye house of Aaron, put heaviness, and I will call upon your trust in the Lord ; he is the Name of the Lord ; o their helper and defender. Lord, I beseech thee, deliver
!Ye that fear the Lord, my soul. pill your trust in the Lord; he 5 Gracious is the Lord, and is their helper and defender. righteous ; yea, our God is
19 "The Lord hath been merciful. mindful of us, and he shall 6 The Lord preserveth the bless us; even he shall bless simple : I was in misery, and the house of Israel, he shall he helped me. bless the house of Aaron. 7 Turri again then unto thy
13 He shall bless them thatfrest, O my soul; for the Lord fear the Lord, both small and bath rewarded thee. great.
8 And why ? thou hast de14 The Lord shall increase livered my soul from death, you more and more, you and mine eyes from lears, and my your children.
feet from falling 15 Ye are the blessed of the 9 I will walk before the Lord Lord, who made heaven and in the land of the living. carth.
10 I believed, and therefore 16 All the whole heavens will I speak ; but I was sore are the Lord's ; the earth hath troubled : I said in my hasle, he given to the children of All men are liars.
11 What reward shall I 17 Tlie dead praise not thee, zive into the Lord, for all the O Lord, neither all they that benefits that he hath done unto go down into silence;
me ? 18 But we will praise the 12 I will receive tlie cup of Lordl, sro:n this time forth for salvation, and call upon the evermore. Praise the Lord. Name of the Lord :
13 I will pay my vows nowi 4 Yea, let them now that in the presence of all his peo- fear the Lord confess, that ple : right dear in the sight his mercy endureth for ever. of the Lord is the death of 5 I called upon the Lord in his saints.
trouble ; and the Lord heard. 14 Behold, O Lord, how me at large. that I am thy servant; I am
6 The Lord is on my side, thy servant, and the son of I will not fear what man dothy hand-maid; thou hast bro-eth unto me. ken my bonds in sunder: 7 The Lord taketh my part
15 I will offer to thee the with them that help me ; sacrifice of thanksgiving, and therefore shall I see my desire will call upon the Name of upon mine enemies. the Lord.
8 It is better to trust in the 16 I will pay my vows unto Lord, than to put any confithe Lord, in the sight of all dence in man. his people, in the courts of 9 It is better to trust in the the Lord's house ; even in the Lord, than to put any confimidst of thee, O Jerusalem.dence in princes. Praise the Lord..
10 All nations compassed me.
round about; but in the Name Psalm cxvii. Laudate Do-ofthe Lord will I destroy them.. minum. .
11 Ther' ptmein on every
side. :) kept me in, I say, on PRAISE the Lord, e)
vide; but in the Name of. ye hçathen ; praise him, the Lord will I des roy them. all ye nations.
12 They came about me 2 For his merciful kind- like bees, and are extinct. ness is ever more and more even as the fire among the towards us; and the truth of thorns.; for in the Name of the Lord endureth for ever. the Lord I will destroy them. Praise the Lord.
13 Thou hast thrust sore
at me, that I might fall; but Psalm cxviii. Confitemini Do. the Lord was my help. mino.
14 The Lord is my strength
and my song; and is become GIVE thanks unto the my salvation.
Lord, for he is gracious; 15 The voice of joy and because his mercy endureth health is in the dwellings of
the righteous; the right band 2 Let Israel. now confess of the Lord bringeth mighty: that he is gracious, and that things to pass. his mercy endureth for erer. 16 The right hand of the
3 Let the house of Aaron Lord hath the pre-eminence ; ; nowy confess, that his mercy the right hand of the Lord endureth for ever. '
bringeth mighty things to D:
ed and corrected me ; but he BLESSED are those that
17 I shall not die, but live, EVENING PRAYER. and declare the works of the Psalm cxix. Beati immacik Lord.
lati. 18 The Lord hath chasten
are undefiled in the way, hath not given me over unto and walk in the law of the death.
Lord. 19 Open me the gates of 2 Blessed are they that keep righteousness, that I may go his testimonies, and seek him into thein, and give thanks with their whole heart. unto the Lord.
3 For they who do no wick. 20 This is the gate of the edness, walk in his ways. Lord, the righteous shall en- 4 Thou hast charged, that ter into it.
we shall diligently keep thy 21 I will thank thee ; for commandments. thou hast heard me, and art 5 ( that my ways were become my saivation. made so direct, that I might
22 The same stone which keep thy statutes! the builders refused, is become 6 So shall I not be confoundthe head-stone in the corner. ed, while I have respect unto
13 This is the Lord's do-thy commandments. ing, and it is marvellous in '7 I will thank thee with an our eyes,
unfeigned heart, when I shall 24 This is the day which have learned the judgments the Lord hath made ; we will of the righteousness. rejoice and be glad in it.
8 I will keep thy ceremo25 Help me now, O Lord : nies; O forsake me not utO Lord, send us now pros- terly. perity. 2 Blessed be he that com
In quo corriget ? eth in the Name of the Lord : we have wished you good luck
a young man cleanse ye that are of the house of his way even by ruling him. the Lord.
self after thy word. 27 God is the Lord, who 2 With my whole heart hath showed us light : bind have I sought thee; O let me the sacrifice with cords, yea, not go wrong out of thy comeven unto the horns of the mandments. altar,
3 Thy words have I hid 28 Thou art my God, and within my heart, that I should I will thank thee; thou art not sin against thee. my God, and I will praise 4 Blessed art thou, O Lord; thee.
O teach me thy statutes. 29 O give thanks unto the 5 With my lips have I Lord; for he is gracious, and been telling of all the judga his mercy endureth for ever.ligents of thy mou'h,