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thee in the way wherein thou shalt heaven, and beheld all the children go; and I will guide thee with mine of men; from the habitation of his eye.
dwelling, he considereth all them 10 Be ye not like to horse and that dwell on the earth. mule, which have no understand 14 He fashioneth all the hearts ing; whose mouths must be held of them, and understandeth all their with bit and bridle, lest they fall works.
15 There is no king that can be '11 Great plagues remain for the saved by the multitude of an host; ungodly; but whoso putteth his neither is any mighty man delivered trust in the Lord, mercy embraceth by much strength. him on every side.
16 A horse is counted but a vain 12 Be glad, O ye righteous, and thing to save a man; neither shall rejoice in the Lord; and be joyful, he deliver any man by his great all ye
that are true of heart. strength. Psalın 33. Exultate, justi. 17 Behold, the eye of the Lord is REJOICE in the Lořel, velupon them that fear him, and upon
righteous; for it becometh well them that put their trust in his the just to be thankful.
mercy; 2 Praise the Lord with harp; 18 To deliver their soul front sing praises unto him with the lute, death, and to feed them in the time and instrument of ten strings. of dearth.
3 Sing unto the Lord a new song; 19 Our soul hath patiently tar sing praises lustily unto him with ried for the Lord; for he is om a good courage;
help and our shield. 4 For the word of the Lord is 20 For our heart shall rejoice in true, and all his works are faithful. him ; because we have hoped in his
5 He leveth righteousness and holy name. judgment; the earth is full of the 21 Let thy merciful kindness, O goodness of the Lord.
Lord, be upon us, like as we do put 6 By the word of the Lord were our trust in thee. the heavens made, and all the hosts Psalm 34. Benedicam Domuro. of them by the breath of his mouth. I WILL alway, give thanks unto sea together, as it were upon an be in my mouth. heap; and layeth up the deep, as 2 My soul shall make her boast in a treasure-house.
in the Lord; the humble snall hear 8 Let all the earth fear the Lord: thereof, and be glad. stand in awe of him, all ye that 3 O praise the Lord with me, dwell in the world;
and let us magnify his name to 9 For he spake, and it was done; gether. he commanded, and it stood fast. 4 I sought the Lord, and he heard
10 The Lord' bringeth the coun-me; yea, he delivered me out of all sel of the heathen to nought, and my fear. maketh the devices of the people 5 They had an eye unto him, and to be of none effect, and casteth Out were lightened; and their faces the counsels of princes.
were not ashamed. 11 The counsel of the Lord shall 6 Lo, the poor crieth, and the endure for ever, and the thoughts Lord heareth him; yea, and saveti of his heart from generation to him out of all his troubles, generation.
7 The Angel of the Lord tartieth 12 Blessed are the people whose round about them that fear him, God is the Lord Jehovah and and delivereth them. blessed are the folk that he hath 8 O taste, and see, how gracious chosen to him, to be his inheritance. the Lord is: blessed is the man that
13 The Lord 'looked down from trusteth in him.
9 O fear the Lord, ye that are cute me: say unto my soul, I am his Saints; for they triat fear him thy salvation. lack nothing.
4 Let them be confounded, and 10 The lions do lack, and suffer put to shame, that seek after my hunger; but they who seek the Lord soul ; let them be turned back, and shall want no manner of thing that brought to confusion, that imagine is good.
mischief for me. il Come, ye children, and heark- 5 Let them be as the dust before en unto me; I will teach you the the wind, and the Angel of the Lord fear of the Lord.
scattering them. 12 What man is he that lusteth 6 Let their way be dark and to live, and would fæin see good slippery, and let the Angel of the days?
Lord persecute them. 13 Keep thy tongue from evil, 7 For they have privily laid their and thy lips, that they speak no net to destroy me, without a cause; guile.
yea, even without a cause have they 4 Eschew evil, and do good; made a pit for my soul. seek peace, and ensue it.
8 Let a sudden destruction como 15 The eyes of the Lord are over upon him unawares, and his net che righteous, and his ears are open that he hath laid privily catch himarrto their prayers.
self; that he may fall into his own 16 The countenance of the Lord mischief. is against them that do evil, to roots. 9 And my soul be joyful in the out the remembrance of them from Lord; it shall rejoice in his salthe earth.
say, Lord, Lord heareth them, and delivereth who is like unto thee, who delivera Them out of all their troubles. Jest the poor from him that is too
18 The Lord is nigh unto them strong for him; yea, the poor, and that are of a contrite heart, and will him that is in misery, from him that eave such as be of an humble spirit. spoileth him ?
19 Great are the troubles of the 11 False witnesses did rise up: righteous, but the Lord delivereth they laid to my charge things that him out of all.
I knew not. 20 He keepeth all his bones, so 12 They rewarded me evil for that not one of them is broken. good, to the great discomfort of my
21 But misfortune shall slay the soul.
ungodly; and they that hate the 13 Nevertheless, when they were ir righteous shall be desolate. sick, I put on sackcloth, and huin
22 The Lord delivereth the souls bled my soul with fasting, and my of his servants; and all they that prayer shall turn into mine own put their trust in him shall not be bosom. destitute.
14 I behaved myself as though it
had been my friend or my brother; The seventh Day.
I went heavily, as one that mourns
eth for his mother. MORNING PRAYER.
15 But in mine adversity they Psalm 35. Judica me, Domine. rejoiced, and gathered themselves
, , with them that strive with me, came together against me una, and fight thou against them that wares, inaking mouths ‘at me, and fight against me.
ceased not. 2 Lay hard upon the shield and 16 With the flatterers were busy buckler, and stand up to help me. mockers, who gnashed upon me
's Bring forth the spear, and stop with their teeth.
upon this ? O deliver my soul from.. 4 He imagineth mischief upon the calamities which they bring on his bed, and hath set himself in no me, and my darling from the lions. good way ; neither doth he t.bhor
18 So will I give thee thanks in any thing that is evil. the great congregation; I will 5 Thy mercy, O Lord, rearheth praise thee among much people. unto the heavens, and thy fai tiful
19 O let not them that are inine ness unto the clouds. enemies triumph over me ungodly; 6 Thy righteousness standet i like weither let them wink with their the strong mountains: thy judge eyes, that hate me without a cause. ments are like the great deep
20 And why? their communing 7. Thou, Lord, shalt save both is not for peace; but they imagine man and beast : how excelt at is deceitful words against them that thy mercy, O God: and the chil. are quiet in the land.
dren of men shall put their trust 21 They gaped upon me with under the shadow of thy winy 5. their mouths, and said, Fie on 8 They shall be satisfied wi h the thee, fie on thee, we saw it with plenteousness of thy house and our eyes.
thou shalt give them drink if thy 22 This thou hast seen, O Lord; pleasures, as out of the river. hold not thy tongue then; go not 9 For with thee is the w u of far from me, O Lord.
life; and in thy light shall r e see 23 Awake and stand up to judge light. my quarrel; avenge thou my cause,
10 O'continue forth thy (iving .my God and my Lord.
kindness'unto them that know thee, 24 Judge me, O Lord my God, and thy righteousness unto hem according to thy righteousness, and that are true of heart. let them not triumph over me. Il 0 let not the foot of pride
25 Let them not say in their come against me; and let not the hearts, There, there, so would we hand of the ungodly cast me a wn, have it; neither let them say, We 12 There arc they sülen, alt hat have devoured him.
work wickedness; they are ast 26 Let them be put to confusion down, and shall not be abla to, and shame together, that rejoice at stand. my trouble ; let them be clothed with rebuke and dishonour, that
EVENING PRAYER. boast themselves against me. Psalm 37. Noli æmular."
27 Let them be glad and rejoice, TRET not thyself because of the that favour my righteous dealing; ungodly; neither be thou envie yea, let them say alway, Blessed ous against the evil doers. be the Lord, who hath pleasure in 2 For they shall soon be ut the prosperity of his servant. down like the grass, and be wither
28 And as for my tongue, it shall ed even as the green herb. be talking of thy righteousness, and 3 Put thou thy trust in the Lord, of thy praise, all the day long. and be doing good : dyell in the
Psalm 36. Dixit injustus. Jiand, and verily thou shalt be fed. My heart showeth me the wick 4 Delight thou in the Lord, and
edness of the ungodly, that he shall give thee thy heart's dethere is no fear of God before his sire, eyes.
O Commit thy way unto the 2 For he fåttereth himself in his Lord, and put thiy trust in him, and own sight, until his abominable he shall bring it io pass. sin be found out.
6. He shall make thy righteous3 The words of his mouth are ness as clear as the light, and thy unrighteous and full of deceit: he just dealing as the noon-day. hatlı left off to behave himself 7 Hold thee still in the Lord, and wisely, and to do good.
labide patiently, upon him : but
grieve not thyself at 'him whose 23 The Lord ordereth a good
8 Leave off from wrath, and let 24 Though he fall, he shall not
9 Wicked doers shall be rooted 25 I have been young, and now
begging their bread.
27 Flee from evil, and do the
12 The ungodly seeketh counsel that is right; he forsaketh not his
served for over.
godly, it shall be rooted out,
tongue will be talking of judgment.
he is judged.
thee, that thou shalt possess the
godly in great power, and flouriski20 As for the ungodly, they shall ing
like a green bay-tree. perish, and the enemies of the Lord 37 I went by, and lo, he was nhall consume as the fat of lambs; gone; I sought him, but his place 7ea, even as the smoke shall they could no where be found. consume away.
38 Keep innocency, and take 21 The ungodly borroweth, and heed unto the thing that is right; payeth not again ; but the righte-for that shall bring a man peace at ous is merciful and liberal.; the last.
22 Such as are blessed of God, 39 As for the transgressors, they shall possess the land; and they shall perish together, and the end that are cursed of him, shall be of the ungodly is, they shall be Kooted out.
4. Irooted out at the last
40 But the salvation of the righte-lheareth not, and in whose mouth ous cometh of the Lord, who is are no reproofs. also their strength in the time of 15 For in thee, O Lord, have 1 trouble.
put my trust; thou shalt answer for 41 And the Lord shall stand by me, O Lord, my God. them, and save them; he shall de 16 Thare required that they, even liver them from the ungodly, and mine enemies, should not triumph shall save ther, because they put over me; for when my foot slipt, their trust in hini.
they rejoiced greatly against me.
17 And I truly am set in the The eighih Dais.
plague, and my heayiness is ever in
my sigit: MORNING PRAYER.
'18 For I will confess my wicked Psalın 38. Doinine, ne in furore. ness, and be sorry for my sin. PUT me not to rebuke, O Lord, 19 But mine enemies live, and
in thine anger, neither chasten are mighty; and they that hate me me in thy heavy displeasure: wrongfully are many in number.
2 For thine arrows stick fast in 20 They also that reward evil for ine, and thy hand presseth me sore. good are against me; because I
3 There is no health in my flesh, iollow the thing that good is. because of thv displeasure: neither 21 Forsake me not, O Lord, my is there any rest in my bones, by God; be not thou far from me. reuson of my sin:
22 Haste thee to help me, O Lord, 4 For my wickednesses are gone God of my salvation. over my head, and are like a sore Psalm 39. Dixi, Custodian. burken, too heavy for me to bear. I SAID, will take heed to my
, rupt, through my foolishness. ftongue.
6 I am brought into so grcat 2 I will keep my mouth as it were trouble and misery, that I go with a bridle, while the ungodly is mourning all the day long : in my sight.
7 For my loins are filled with a 3 Í held my tongue, and spake sore disease, and there is no whole nothing: I kept silence, yea, even part in my body.
from good words; but it was pain 8 I am feeble and sore smitten ; and grief to me. I have roared for the very disquiet- 4 My heart was hot within me: ness of my heart.
and while I was thus musing the 9 Lord, thou knowest all my de- fire kindled, and at the last I spake sire; and iny groaning is not hid with my tongue :: from thee.
• 5 Lord, let me know my end, and 10 My heart panteth, mvstrength the number of my days, that I'may hath failed me, and the sight of be certified how long I have to live. mine eves is gone from me. 6. Behold, thou hast made my
11 My lovers and my neighbours days as it were a span long, and did stand looking upon my trouble, mine age is even as nothing in reand my kinsmen stood asar off, spect of thee; and verily every man
12 They also that sought after living is altogether vanity: , my lifc, laid spares for me, and 7 For man walketh in a vain they that went about to do me evil, shadow, and disquieteth himself in talked of wickedness, and imagined vain; he heapeln up riches, and ileceit all the day long.
cannot tell who shall gather them. 13 As for me, I was like a deaf man, and heard not; and as one hope ? truly my hope is even in thee.
8 And now, Lord, what is my that is dumh, who doth not open 9 Deliver me from all mine of his mouth.
fences, and make me not a rebuke 14 I became even as a man thatlunto the foolish.