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13 I will pay my vows now 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 confi. the 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 Allnations compassed me.
round about; but in the Nams Psalm cxvii. Laudate Do- ofthe Lord will I destroy them.. minum.
11 Ther' pt mein on every
side: kept me in, I say, on PRAISE the Lord, el
vide; but in the Name of, ye heathen ; praise him, the Lord will I des: roy them. nations.
12 They came about me 2 For his merciful kind- like bees, and are exiinct 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. Confiternini Do. the Lord was my help. mino.
14 The Lord is my strength
and my song; and is become O .
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 bringcth mighty: that he is gracious, and that things to pass. his mercy
endureth for crer. 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 p.
17 I shall not die, but live,
EVENING PRAYER. and declare the works of the Psalm cxix. Beati immacutLord.
lati. 18 The Lord hath chastened and corrected me ; but he BLESSED are those that
are undefiled in the ways 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 wick20 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 salvation. 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 upto
23 This is the Lord's do-thy commandments. jog, and ic 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. 26 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 Cod is the Lord, who 2 With my whole heart hath showed us light : bind have I sought thee ; 0 let me
I 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 enduretn for eyer.lments of thy mou'h,
OD ; ,
6 I have had as great de- ments ; and so shall I talk of. light in the way of thy testi- thy wondrous works. monies, as in all manner of 4 My soul melleth away for riches.
very heaviness; comfort thou 7 I will talk of thy com-me according unto thy word. mandments, and have respect
5 Take from me the way unto thy ways.
of lying, and cause thou me 8 My delight shall be in to make much of thy law. thy statutes, and I will not 6 I have chosen the way of forget thy word.
truth, and thy judgments have
I laid before me.
timonies; O Lord, confound
8 I will run the way of thy keep thy word. 2 Open thou mine eyes ; hast set my heart at liberty.
commandments, when thou that I may see the wondrous things of thy law. 3 I am a stranger upon
The Twenty-fifth Day. eartb ; O bide not thy com
MORNING PRAYER. mandments from me.
Lrgem pone. 4 My
soul breaketh out for "EACH me, O Lord, the the very fervent desire that it
way of thy statutes, and hath alway unto thy judgments. I shall keep it unto the end.
5 Thou hast rebuked the 2 Give me understanding, proud ; and cursed are they and I shall keep thy law; yea, that do err from thy com- I shall keep it with whole mandments.
beart. 6 O turn from me shame
3 Make me to go in the and rebuke ; for I have kept path of thy commandments ; thy testimonies.
for therein is my desire. 7 Princes also did sit and 4 Incline mine heart unto speak against me; but thy ser-thy testimonies, and not to coyant is occupied in thy statutes. vetousness.
8 Forthy testimoniesare my 5 U turn away mine eyes, delight, and my counsellors. lest they behold vanity; and
Adhesit pavimento. quicken thou me in the way.
dust; O quicken thou servant, that I may fear thee. me, according to thy word. 7 Take away the rebuke
2. I have acknowledged ny that I am afi: id of; for thy ways, and thou heardest me judgments are good. O teach me thy statutes. 8 Beholl, my delig bt is in
3. Make me to understand tv commandnients; quickthe way of n'y command
command-en me in thy righteousness.
Et veniat super me. my songs in the house of my
7 I have thought upon thy Lord, even thy salvation, ac- Name, O Lord, in the night eording unto thy word: season, and have kept thy law. 2 So shall I make answer
8 This I had because I kept unto my blasphemers; for my thy commandments. trust is in thy word.
Portio mea, Domine. 3 0 take not the word of THC
CHOU art my portion, O thy truth utterly out of my Lord; I have promised mouth; for my hope is in thy to keep thy law. judgments.
2 I made my humble peti4 So shall Falway keep thy uion in thy presence with my law : yea, for ever and ever whole heart; O be merciful
5 And I will walk ac liberty ; unto me, according to thy for I seek thy commandments. word.
6. I will speak of thy testi- 3 I called mine own ways to monies also, even before kings, remembrance, and turned my and will not be ashamed. feet unto thy testimonies.
7 And my delight shall be 4. I made haste, and pro, in thy commandmeats, which longed not the time, to keep I have loved.
thy commandments. 8 My hand also will I lift 5 The congregations of the up unto thy commandments, ungodly have robbed me; but which I have loved ; and my I have not forgotten thy law. study shall be in thy statutes. 6 At midnight I will rise to Alemor esto servi tui. give thanks unto thee; because
of thy righteous judgments. THINK upon thy
7. I am word, wherein thou hast caus
thy commandments.. ed me to put my trust. 2 The same is my comfort full of thy mercy: 0 teach
's The earth, O Lord, is in my trouble ; for thy ward
me thy statutes. hath quickened me. 3. The proud have had me
Bonitatem fecesti. exceedingly in derision ; yet O LORD, thou hast dealt have I not shrinked from thy graciously with thy serlaw.
vant, according unto thy word. 4 For I remembered thine 2 O learn me true undereverlasting judgments, O Lord standing and knowledge ; for and received comfort. I have believed thy com
5 I am horribly afraid, for mandments. the ungodly that forsake thy 3 Before I was troubled, I kaw.
went wrong ; but now have I ô Thy statutes have been kept thy worch
O Vant, as concerning thy chem that fear thee, and keep
4. Thou art good and gra- 8 let my heart be sound
O cious : 0 teach me thy statutes. in thy statutes, that I be not
5 The proud have imagined ashamed. a lie against me ; but I will keep thy commandments with
Defecit anima mea.
Y soul hath longed for thy my whole heart.
6 Their heart is as fat as brawn; but my delight hath good hope because of thy word. been in thy law.
2 Mine eyes long sore for 7 It is good for me that I
thy, word ; saying, (when
wilt thou comfort me? have been in trouble ; that I
3 For I am become like a may learn thy statutes.
bottle in the smoke ; yet do I 8 The law of thy mouth is dearer unto me than thousands
not forget thy statutes.
4 How many are the days of of gold and silver.
thy servant ? when wilt thou EVENING PRAYER.
be avenged of them that per
secute me? Manus tuæ fecerunt me. Ś The proud have digged hands have made
pits for me, which are not afand fashioned me: O give
ter thy law. me understanding, that I may are true: they persecute me
6 All thy commandments learn thy commandments.
falsely ; O be thou my help. 2 They that fear thee will be glad when they see me; be end of me upon earth ; but I
7 They had almost made an cause I have put my trust in corsook not thy commandthy word.
ments. 3 I know, O Lord, that thy judgments are right, and that
8 O quicken me after thy thou of very faithfulness hast
loving kindness; and so shall caused me to be troubled.
I keep the testimonies of thy
reth for ever in heaven.
6 Let the proud be con-dation of the earth, and it sounded, for they go wickedly abideth. about to destroy ine ; but I 3 They continue this day acwill be occupied in thy com-cording to thine ordinance; for mandments.
all things serve thee. 7 Let such as fear thee, and 4 Is my delight had not been have known thr testimonies.lin thy law, I should have pebe turned
frished in my trouble.