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ord shalt thou make really earface of them.
is thine own strengti; sort fund praise thy powa.
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ing thou worship of Lords
14 I am poured out like water, 29 All such as be fat upon earth
and all my bones are out of joint; have eaten, and worshipped, against thee
, and in my heart also in the midst of my 30 All they that go down into ra- device as they are me body is even like melting wax, the dust shall kneel before him, of form.
15 My strength is dried up like and no man hath quickened his er: 12 Therefore shether apotsherd, and my tongue cleaveth own soul. të fight, and the stres to my gums, and thou shalt bring 31 My seed shall serve him ; they
me into the dust of death. shall be counted unto the Lord for
16 For many dogs are come a generation. ithi Be thou eales about me, and the council of the 32 They shall come, and the hea
wicked layeth siege against me. vens shall declare his righteousness
17 They pierced my hands, and unto a people that shall be born,
my feet: I may tell all my bones: whom the Lord hath made. e Psalm 29. Des. parle they stand staring and looking Psalm 23. Dominus regit me.
THE Lord is my shepherd; nd me, and art so far from among them, and cast lots upon
therefore can I lack nothing. my vesture.
2 He'shall feed me in a green pas19 But be not thou far from me, waters of comfort.
ture, and lead me forth beside the 020 my God, I CI! O Lord; thou art my succour, 3 He shall convert my soul, and =on time, but thou hear haste thee to help me. 20 Deliver my soul from the righteousness for his name's sake.
bring me forth in the paths of sword, my darling from the power 4 Yea, though I walk through the Ew 3 And thou continents of the dog. 21 Save me from the lion's will fear no evil; for thou art with
valley of the shadow of death, I 4 Our fathers beperti mouth; thou hast heard me also me, thy rod and thy staff comfort It's ther trusted in thee, au trom among the horns of the unicorns.
me. 22 I will declare thy name unto fore me against them that trouble
5 Thou shalt prepare a table beDim were holpen; they put my brethren; in the midst of the me; thou hast anointed my head and in thee, and orere not to congregation will I praise thee. 23 O praise the Lord, ye that
with oil, and my cup shall be full.
6 But thy loving-kindness and ?ou and the outcast of tx7 he seed of Jacob; and fear him, of my life; and I will dwell in the
and no man; a respon ear him; magnify him, all ye of mercy shall follow me all the day's Teri 7 All ther that som all ye seed of Israel.
house of the Lord for ever. =al- and shake their heads F abhorred the low estate of the poor; to scorn; they shou 24 For he hath not despised nor
The fifth Day. hip 8 He trusted in the hath not hid his face irom him;
MORNING PRAYER. would deliver him; letu but when he called unto him, he
Psalm 24. Domini est terra. Fer-him, if he will hare E leard him, ing wast my hope, whea 12 perform in the sight of them that of the world, and they that dwell Jout of my mother's is great congregation; my vows will
therein. and upon my mother bremes fear him.
26 The poor s!iall eat, and be 2 For he hath founded it upon feel my God even from the Lord, shall praise him: your heart foods. ever since I was born ausfied; they that seek after the the seas, and prepared it upon the
3 Who shall ascend into the hiil 27 All the ends of the world shall of the Lord? or who shall rise up
ed unto the Lord; and all the kinCe a ble is hard at hand, remember themselves, and be turn-in his holy place?
4 Even he that hath clean hands, His- 12 Manr oren 2rele pueds of the nations shall worship and a pure heart; and that hath
not lift up his mind unto vanity, · fat bulls of Birth Defore him.
2$ For the kingdom is the Lord's, nor sworn to deceive his neighout 13 They gave us and he is the Governor among the bour. people.
5 He shall receive the blessing
the deliver them.
6 They called out
6 But as for me, la
Tad 9 But thou art he is
10 I have been was
shall live for ever.
11 O go not from
the none to help me.
fon every side.
om their mouths, as it make
land a roaring lion
frorn the Lord, and righteousness: 11 What man is he that feareth froin the Gud ot bis salvation. the Lord? him shall ne teach in the
6 This is the generation of them way that he shall choose. that seek him; even of them that 12 His soul shall dwell'at ease, seek thy face, ( Jacob.
and his seed shall inherit the land. 7 Lift up your heads, O ye gates; 13 'The secret of the Lord is and be ye lift up, ye everlasting among them that fear him, and he doors; and the King of glory shall will show them his covenant.
14 Mine eyes are ever looking 8 Who is the King of glory? it unto the Lord; for he shall pluck is the Lord strong and mighty, my feet out of the net. even the Lord mighty in battle. 15 Turn thee into me, and have
9 Lift up your heads, 0 ye gates;/mercy upon me; for I am desolate, and be ye lift up, ye everlasting and in misery. doors; and the King of glory shall 16 The sorrows of my heart are
enlarged: O bring thou me out of 10 Who is the King of glory? my troubles. even the Lord of hosts, he is the 17 Look upon my adversity and King of glory.
misery, and forgive me all my sin. Psalm 25. Ad te, Domine, levavi.
18 Consider mine enemies how UNTO thee, O Lord, will I lift many they are; and they bear a
up my soul; my God, I have tyrannous hate against me. put my trust in thee: O let me not 19 O keep my soul, and deliver be confounded, neither let mine me: let me not be confounded, for enemies triumph over me. I have put my trust in thee!
2 For all they that hope in thee: 20 Let perfectness and righteous shall not be ashamed; but such as dealing wait upon me; for my transgress without a cause, shall hope hath been in thee, be put to confusion.
21 Deliver Israel, o God, out of 3 Show me thy ways, O Lord, all his troubles, and teach me thy paths.
Psalm 26. Judica me, Domine. 4 Lead me forth in thy truth, and BE thou my judge, O Lord, for I learn me; for thou art the God of have walked innocently: my my salvation : in thee hath been trust hath been also in the Lord my hope all the day long. therefore shall I not fall.
5 Call to rememtrance, O Lord, 2 Examine me, O Lord, and thy tender mercies, and thy loving prove me; try out my reins and my kindnesses, which have been ever heart. of old.
3 For thy loving-kindness is ever 6 O remember not the sins and before mine eyes; and I will walk offences of my youth ; but accord- in the truth. ing to thy mercy think thou upon 4 I have not dwelt with vain perme, O Lord, for thy goodness. sons; neither dill I have fellow
7 Gracious and righteous is the ship with the deceitful. Lord; therefore will he teach sin- 5 I have hated the congregation ners in the way.
of the wicked; and will not sit 8 Them that are meek shall he among the ungodly. guide in judgment; and such as 6 I will wash my hànds in inno are gentle, them shall he learn his cency, O Lord; and so will I go ta
thine altar. 9 All the paths of the Lord are 7 That I may show the voice of mercy and truth, unto such as keep thanksgiving, and tell of all thy his covenant and his testimonies. "wondrous works.
10 For thy name's sake, O Lord.) 8 Lord, I have loved the habitabe merciful unto my sin; for it is tion of thy house, and the place great
where thine honour dwelleth,
-line eres 27 he Lord; for the con
out of the rest urn thee it! Upon me, forlat risery. he sorrows of 7: 0 bring tone bles, ok upon my gdy and forgive medi? nsider mire se ey are; 20 M Shate a rains ceep my soul 2012 ne not be cxko
my trust in perfectness and ait upon been in the
90 shut not up my soul withi, 11 Thou hast been my succour; nad nim tel van the sinners, nor my life with the leave me not, neither forsake me, blood-thirsty;
O God of my salvation. 10 In whose hands is wicked- 12 When my father and my moness, and their right hand is full of ther forsake me, the Lord taketh
11 But as for me, I will walk in- 13 Teach me thy 'way, O Lord, of them is de nocently : deliver me, and be and lead me in the right way, be
12 My foot standeth right: I will 14 Deliver me not over into the praise the Lord in the congrega- will of mine adversaries : for there tions.
are false witnesses risen up against
me, and such as speak wrong. EVENING PRAYER.
15 I should utterly have fainted, Psalm 27. Dominus illuminatio. but that I believe verily to see the THE Lord is my light, and my goodness of the Lord in the land
salvation, whoin then shall I of the living. lear ? the Lord is the strength of 16 O tarry thou the Lord's leie my life, of whom then sail I be sure ; be strong, and he shall coinafraid?
fort thine heart, and put thou thy 2 When the wicked, even mine trust in the Lord. enemies and my foes, came upon Psalm 28. Ad te, Doinine. me to eat up my flesti, they stum-UNTO thee will I cry, O Lord, .
my, strength: think no scorn 3 Though an host of men were of me; lest, if thou make as though laid against me, yet shall not my thou hearest not, I become like heart be afraid, and though there them that go down into the pit. rose up war against me, yet will I 2 Hear the voice of my humble
petitions, when I cry unto thee; er Israel, OG I put my trust in thee.
4 One thing have I desired of when I hold up ny hands towards the Lord, which I will require; the mercy-seat of thy holy temple. even that I may dwell in the house 3 O pluck me not away, neither of the Lord all the days of my life, destroy pie with the ungodly and to behold the fair beauty of the wicked doers, which speak friendly Lord, and to visit his temple. to their neighbours, but imagine
5 For in the time of trouble he mischief in their hearts. shall hide me in his tabernacle; yea, 4 Reward them according to in the secret place of his dwelling their deeds, and according to the shall he hide me, and set me up wickedness of their own invenupon a rock of stone.
tions. 6 And now shall he lift up mine 5 Recompense them after the head above mine enemies round work of their hands; pay them about me.
that they have deserved. 7 Therefore will I offer in his 6 For they regard not in their dwelling an oblation, with great mind the works of the Lord, nor gladness :: I will sing and speak the operation of his hands ; there praises unto the Lord.
fore shall he break them down, and 8 Hearke.. unto my voice, Onot build them up. Lord, when I cry unto thee; have 7 Praised be the Lord; for he mercy upon me, and hear mé. hath heard the voice of my humble
9 My heart bath talked of thee, retitions. Seek ye my face: thy face, Lord, 8 The Lord is my strength, and will I 'seek.
my shield ; my heart hath trusted 10 O hide not thou thy face from in him, and I am helped ; therefore me, nor cast thy servant away in my heart danceth for joy, and in displeasure.
imy song will I praise him.
Judico) nt judge, OLL ralked incent Been also in all I not fel e me, y out my res! oving-kinders
Fes; and I
still I bor leceitful. ed the creat ; and rodir, imr hans ; and so mi
short nd tell as
e loved there is ise, and to
9 The Lord is my strength, and soul out of hell: thou hast kept my he is the wholesome defence of his life from them that go down to Anointed.
the pit. 10 O save thy people, and give 4 Sing praises unto the Lord, O thy blessing unto thine inheritance: ye saints of his; and give thanks feed them, and set them up for unto him, for a remembrance of
his holiness, Psalm 29. Afferte Domino. 5 For his wrath endureth but the BRING unto the Lord, o ye twinkling of an eve, and in his
mighty, bring young rams unto pleasure is life; heaviness may en the Lord; ascribe unto the Lord dure for a night, but joy cometh in worship and strength.
the morning. 2 Give the Lord the honour due 6 And in my prosperity I said, unto his name ; worship the Lord I shall never be removed; thou, with holy worship.
Lord, of thy goodness, hadst '
made 3 It is the Lord that command- my hill so strong. eth the waters; it is the glorious 7 Thou didst turn thy face from God that maketh the thunder. me, and I was troubled.
4 It is the Lord that ruleth the 8 Then cried I unto thee, O Lord, sea ; the voice of the Lord is mighty and gats me to my Lord right in operation; the voice of the Lord humbly. is a glorious voice.
9 What profit is there in my 5 The voice of the Lord break-blood, when I go down to the pit? eth the cedar trees; yea, the Lord 10 Shall the dust give thanks breaketh thé cedars of Libanus. unto thee? or shall it declare thy
6 He maketh them also to skip truth?. like a calf; Libanus also and Si- 11 Hear, O Lord, and have rion like a young unicorn. mercy upon me; Lord, be thou my
7 The voice of the Lord divid-helper. eth the flames of fire ; the voice of 12 Thou hast turned my heavi. the Lord shaketh the wilderness; ness into joy; thou hast put off my yea, the Lord shaketh the wilder- sackcloth, and girded me with ness of Cades.
gladness : 8 The voice of the Lord maketh 13 Therefore shall every good the hinds to bring forth young, and man sing of thy praise without discovereth the thick bushes: in ceasing : O my God, I will give his temple doth 'every man speak thanks unto thee for ever. of his honour. 9 The Lord sitteth above the wa
Psalm 31. In te, Domine, speravi.. ter flood, and the Lord remainetha IN thee Lord, have I put my
10 The Lord shall give strength fusion; deliver me in thy righter unto his people; the Lord shall ousness. give his people the blessing of 2 Bow down thine ear to me. peace.
make haste to deliver me.
3 And be th:ou my strong rock, The sixth Day.
and 'house of defence, that thou MORNING PRAYER.
mayest save me;
4 For thou art my strong rock, Psalm 30. Exaltabo té, Domine. and my castle; be thou also my I
WILL magnify thee, O Lord; guide, and lead me for thy name's
for thou hast set me up, and not sake. made my foes to triumph over me. 5 Draw me out of the net that
20 Lord, my God, I cried unto they have laid privily for me; for thee; and thou hast healed me. thou art my strength. 3 Thou, Lord, hast brought my 6 Into thy hands I commend my
of an ere, life ; bestsant
my prospect er be rente TOUCH
ic'st tundub as troubka ed I und ne to bila
profit is the
e dust I shall be
O Lord, a te;
Lord, het ist turned's thou as d ginted on
of hell: the best
spiria ; for thou hast redeemed me, them that fear thee, and that thou
O Lord, thou God of truth. hast prepared for them that put them to 7 I have hated them that hold their trust in thee, even before the
of superstitious vanities, and my sons of men.
8 I will be glad, and rejoice in by thine' own presence from the for a reas
thy mercy; for thou hast considered provoking of all men: thou shalt Screated as a my trouble, and hast known my kecep them secretly in thy taberna
9. Thou hast not šhut me up into 23 Thanks, be to the Lord; for The hand of the enemy, but hast set he hath showed me marvellous my feet in a large room.
great kindness in a strong city. 10 Have mercy upon me, O Lord, 24 And when I made haste, 1 for I am in trouble, and mine eye is said, I am cast out of the sight of consumed for very heaviness; yea, thine eyes. niy soul and my body.
25 Nevertheless, thou heardest 11 For my life is wayen old with the voice of my prayer, when I heaviness, and my years with cried unto thee. mourning:
26 O love the Lord, all ye his 12 My strength faileth' me, be- saints; for the Lord preserveth cause of mine iniquity, and my them that are faithful, and plentebines are consumed.
ously reivardeth the proud doer. 13 I became a reproof among alll. 27 Be strong, and he shall estabI co dano let miné enemies, but especially amonglish your heart, all ye that put your
niy neighbours; and they of mine trust in the Lord.
EVENING PRAYER. cnveyed themselves from me. Psalm 32. Beati, quorum.
14 I am clean forgotten as a dead BLESSED is he whose unrighteman out of mind; I am become like ousness is forgiven, and whose à broken vessel.
sin is covered. 15 For I have heard the blas- 2 Blessed is the 'man unto whom piemy of the multitude, and fear the Lord imputeth no sin, and in is on every side, while, they con- whose spirit there is no guile, spire together against me, and take 3 For whilst I held my tongue, I reir counsel to take away my life. my bones consumed away through
16 But my hope hath been in my daily complaining. tulee, O Lord; I have said, Thou 4 For thy hand is heavy upon me prt my God.
day and night, and my moisture is 17 My time is in thy hand; de- like the drought in suinmer. I ver me from the hand of minc ere- 5 I will acknowledge my sin unto vies, and from them that perse-thee; and mine unrighteousness cute me.
have I not hid. 18 Show thy servant the light of 6 I said, I will confess my sins Jy countenance, and save me for unto the Lord; and so thou for: diy mercies' sake.
gavest the wickedness of my sin. 19 Let me not be confounded, O 7 For this shall every one that is Lord, for I have called upon thee; godly make his prayer unto thee, let the ungodly be d'it to confusion, in a time when thou mayest be and be put to silence in the grave. found; but in the great water floods
20 Let the lying, lips be put to they shail not come nigh him. silence, wliich cruelly, disdainfully, $ Thou art a place to hide me and despitefully speak against the in, thou shalt preserve me from righteous.
trouble; thou shalt compass me 21 O how plentiful is thy good- about with songs of deliverance. ness, which thou hast laid up for 9 I will inform thee, and teach
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