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-heareth not, and its
put my trust; thou stems y me, O Lord,
16 I hare required to d mine enemies, should wat tover me; for when wel they rejoiced greatly as
17 And I truly and plague, and my bearices s my sigat:
18 For I will confes et ness, and be sorry for svo
19 But mine enemies a are mighty; and the title wrongfully are many in
20 They also that real good are against me; Follow the thing that point hence, and be no more seen.
21 Forsake me not, 0 Ls God; be not thon far frous
e God of my salvation.
I SAID, I will taseme
10 I became dumb, and opened to do it; yea, thy law is within my nut my mouth; for it was thy doing, heart,
11 Take thý plague away from 11 I have declared thy righteousme: I am even consumed by the ness in the great congregation; lo, means of thy heavy hand. I will not refrain my lips, O Lord,
12 When thon with rebukes dost and that thou knowest. chasten man for sin, thou makest 12 I have not hid thy righteoushis beauty to consume away, like ness within my heart; my talk hath as it were å moth fretting a gar- been of thy truth, and of thy salvament, every man therefore is but tiqir. vanity.
13 I have not kept back thy 13 Hear my prayer, O Lord, and loving mercy and truth from the with thine ears consider my call- great congregation. ing; hold not thy peace at my tears: 14 Withdraw not thou thy-mer
14 For I am a stranger with thee, cy from me, O Lord; let thy lovingand a sojourner, as all my fathers kindness and thy truth alway preWere.
* serve me... 15 O spare me a little, that I may 15 For innumerable troubles are recover my strength, before I go come about me; my sins have
|taken such hold upon me, that I am Psalm 40. Expectans expectavi. more in number than the hairs of
not able to look up; yea, they are 22 Haste thee to help. WAITED patiently for the my head, and my heart hath failed
Lord, and he inclined unto me, me, Psalm 39. DiziCaste and heard my culling:
16 O Lord, let it be thy pleasure 2 He brought me also out of the to deliver me; make haste, O Lord, ways, that I ofend horrible pit, out of the mire and to help me. clay, and set my feet upon the rock, 17 Let them be ashamed, and
confounded together, that seek after 2 I will keep my moons and ordered my goings.
3 And he hath put a new song in my soul to destroy it; let them be my mouth, even a thanksgiving driven backward, and put to reunto our God.
buke, that wish me evil. 4 Many shall see it, and fear, 18 'Let them be desolate, and refrom good words; but it and shall put their trust in the Lord warded with shame, that say unto 5 Blessed is the man that hath me, Fie upon thee, fie upon thee.
19 Let all those that seek thee, and while I was thus sed not unto the proud, and to such be joyful and glad in thee; and let 4 My heart was hot set his hope in the Lord, and turnås go about with lies.
such as love thy salvation, say 1.60 Lord, my God, great are the alway, The Lord be praised. za the number of my dars, done ; like as be also thy thoughts, jneely; but the Lord careth for me.
5 Lord, let me know wondrous works which thou hast 20 A. for me, I am poor and be certified how long her which are to us-ward ; and yet there. 21 Thou art my helper and re6. Behold, thou hast is no man that ordereth them unto deemer; make no long tarrying, O 7 It'I should declare them, and
EVENING PRAYER. than I am able to express.
Psalm 41. Beatus qui intelligit. spect of thee; and retirees speak of them, they should be more 8 Sacrifice, and meat-offering BLESSED is he that considereth
the poor and needy; the Lord shadow, and disquieteth thou wouldest not, but mine ears
shall deliver him in the time of 9 Burnt-offerings and sacrifice trouble. vain; he heapeln up reste last thou opened.'
2 The Lord preserve him, and 8 And now, Lori for sin hast thou not required: then
keep him alive, that he may be 10 In the volume of the book it blessed upon earth ; and deliver not hope? truly my hope is eres said I, Lo, I come. sences, and make me and is written of me, that I should fulfil thou him into the will of his ene
thy will, O my God: I am content/mies.
with a bridle
, while the in my sight a 3 I held my tongue, nothing: I kept silence
and grief to me.
fire kindled, and at the best with my tongue:
s days as it were a spel mine age is even as netim living is altogether ranie
7 For man walleth B
cannot tell who shall pazi
9 Deliver me from als
to the foolish.
3 The Lord comfort him when ness, O my soul? and why art thou he lieth sick upon his bed; make so disquieted within me? thou all his bed in his sickness. 7 Put thy trust in God; for I will
4 I said, Lord, be merciful unto yet give him thanks for the help of me; heal my soul, for I have sin- his countenance. ned against thee.
8 My God, my soul is vexed 5 Mine enemies speak evil of within me; therefore will I reme, When shall he die, and his member thee concerning the land name perish ?
of Jordan, and the little hill of 6 And if he come to see mé, he Hermon. speaketh vanity, and his heart con- 9 One deep calleth another, beceiveth falsehood within himself; cause of the noise of the water. and when he cometh forth, he tell- pipes ; all thy waves and storms eth it.
are gone over me. 7 All mine enemies whisper to
10 The Lord hath granted his gether against me, even against me loving-kindness in the day time, do they imagine this evil. and in the night-season did I sing
8 Let the sentence of guiltiness of him, and made my prayer unto proceed against him, and now that the God of my life. he lieth, let him rise up no more. 11 I will say unto the God of my
9 Yea, even mine own familiar strength, Why hast thou forgotten friend whom I trusted, who did also me? Why go I thus heavily, while eat of my bread, hath laid great the enemy oppresseth me? wait for me.
12 My bones are smitten asun · 10 But be thou merciful unto me, der as with'ą sword, while mine O Lord; raise thou me up again, enemies that trouble pie cast me in and I shall reward them.
the teeth; 11 By this I know thou favourest 13 Namely, while they say daily me, that mine enemy doth not tri- unto me, Where is now thy God? umph against me.
14 Why art thou so vexed, O my 12 And when I am in my, health, soul? and why art thou so disquí thou upholdest me, and shall set eted within me? me before thy face for ever.
15 O put thy trust in God; foi 13 Blessed be the Lord God of I will yet thank him, which is the Israel world without end. Amen. help of my countenance, and my
God. Psalm 42. Quemadmodum. Psalm 43.' Judica me, Deus. L IKE as the heart desireth the GIVE sentence with me, O God,
water-brooks, so longeth and defend my cause against soul after thee, O God.
the ungully people; 0 deliver me 2 My soul is athirst for God, yea, from the deceitful and wicked even for the living God: When man; shall I come to appear before the 2 For thou art the God of my presence of God?
strength: why hast thou put me 3 My tears have been my meat from thee? and why go I so peaday and night, while they daily say vily, while the enemy oppresseth unto me, Where is now thy God? me?
4 Now when I think thereupon, 3 0 send out thy light and thy I pour out my heart by myself; for truth, that they may lead me, and "I went with the multitude, and bring me unto thy holy hill, and to brouglat them forth into the house thy dwelling. of God;
4 And that I may go unto the 5 In, the voice of praise and altar of God, even unto the God of thanksgiving, among such as keep my joy and gladness; and upon holy-day.
the harp will I give thanks unte 6 Why art thou so full of heavi-lthee, O God, my God.
5 Why art thou so heavy, O my buked of our neighbours, to be soul ? and why art thou so disqui- laughed to scorn, and had in de eted within me?
rision of them that are round 6 O put thy trust in God; for Ilabout us. will yet give him thanks, which is 15 Thou makest us to be a by. the help of my countenance, and word among the heathen, and
that thie people shake their heads and te
at us. The ninth Day.
16 Aly confusion is daily before MORNING PRAYER.
me, and the shame of my face hath
covered me; Psalm 44. Deus, auribus.
17 For the voice of the slanderer W
E have heard with our ears, and blaspliemer, for the enemy and
God, our fathers have told us arenger. what thou hast done in their time 18 And though all this be come of old.
; upon us, yet do we not forget thee, 2 How thou hast driven out the nor behave ourselves frowardly in heathen with thy hand, and planted thy covenant.
19 Our heart is not turned back, ar tro that them in ; how thou hast destroyed
the nations, and cast them out. neither our steps gone out of thy
3 For they gat not the land in way; possession through their
оwn. 20'No, not when thou hast smitare o sword, neither was it their own arm ten us into the place of dragons, that helped them;
and covered us with the shadow of 4 But thy right hand, ard thine death.
arm, and the light of ihly counte- 21 If we have forgotten the phuiletins nance, because thou hadst a favour name of our God, and "holden up tinto them.
our hands to any strange god, 5 Thou art my King, O God; shall not God search it out? for hé send help unto Jacob.
knoweth the very secrets of the 6. Through thee will we over-heart. throw our enemies, and in thy 22. For thy sake also are we name will we tread them under that killed all the day long, and are rise up against us.
counted as sheep appointed to be 7 For I will not trust in my bow; slain, Judicem, it is not my sword that shall help 23 Up, Lord, why sleepest thou ? me.
awake, and be not absent from us 8 But it is thou that savest us for ever. from our enemies, and puttest them 24 Wherefore hidest thou thy to confusion that hate us. face, and forgettest our misery and * g We make our boast of God trouble? all day long, and will praise, thy 25 For our soul is brought low, name for ever.
leven unto the dust; our belly 10 But now thou art far off, and cleaveth unto the ground. puttest us to confusion; and goest 25 Arise, and help us, and de not forth with our armies. liver us, for thy mercies' sake,
I Thou malest us to turn our Psalm 45. Eructarit cor meum. backs upon our enemies, so that My heart is indining of a good
12 Thou lettest us be eaten up which I have made unto the King. like sleep, and hast scattered us 2 My tongue is the pen of a among the heathen.
ready writer. 13 Thou sellest thy people for 3 Thou art fairer than the chilnought, and takest no money for dren of men'; full of grace are thy them.
lips, because God hath blessed thee 14 Thou makest us to be re- for ever.
it the Gr hast to
4 Gird thee with thy sword upon from one generation to another;, thy thigh, 0 thou most mighty, therefore shall the people give according to thy worship and re- thanks unto thee, world without nown.
6 Thy arrows are very shap, and though thic hills be carried into the
and swell, and though the moun.' 6,7 Thy seat, O God, endureth for tains shake at the tempest of the ever ; the sceptre of thy kingdom is sanre. a right sceptre.
4. The rivers of the flood thereof
therefore shall she not be removed;
and the kingdoms are moved; but
& O come hither, and behold the
the world; he breaketh the Bos, and
13 And the daughter of Tyre am Cod: I will be exalted among
14 The King's daughter is all the God of Jacob is our refuge: 'glorious within ; her clothing is on EVENING PRAYER, wrought gold.
Psalm 47. Omnes gentes, plaudite.
be feared; he is the great King
and the nations under our
18 I will remember thy name Jacob, whom he loved.
of the trump.
and the kingdoms 20 giugno
God hath sored biors y earth shall meltaras
7 The Lord of hos BR th the God of Jacob is on
! 8 0 come hither, and
por from one genetinin noise, and the Lord with the sound guide unto death,
5 God is gone up with a merry ever and ever: He shall be our is, therefore shall no va Titan's unto the
Psalm 49. Audite, hæc, omnes. Teat
60 sing praises, sing praises O HEAR ye this, all ye people ;
unto our God; O sing praises, sing ponder it with your ears, all ye
that dwell in the world :
7 For God is the King of all the 2 High and low, rich and poor,
earth: sing ye praises with under-one with another. a 2 Temu mali standing.
3 My mouth shah speak of wisa to the earu ka
8 God reigneth over the heathen; dom, and my heart shall muse of mine laudis com God sitteth upon his holy'seat. understanding.
9 The princes of the people are 4 I will incline mine ear to the
joined unto the people of the God parable, and show my dark speech ard swell
, and content of Abraham ; for God, which is upon the harp.: crtains stake at de trenger very high exalted, doth defend the 5 Wherefore should I fear in the
earth as it were with a shield. days of wickedness, and when the
Psalm 43. Magnus Dominus. wickedness of my heels compasseth te holy place of this GREAT is the Lord, and highly me round about?
to be praised in the city of our 6 There be some that put their God, even upon his holy hill. trust in their goods, and boast
2 The li of Sion is a fair place, themselves in the multitude of their therefore shall she Ice and the joy of the whole earth; riches; of God sirall help her, 2 upon the north side lieth the city of 7 But no man may deliver his
the great King: God is well known brother, nor make agreement unto of 416 The heathen making in her palaces as a sure refuge. God for him ;
3 For lo, the kings of the earth. 8 For it cost more to redeem are gathered, and gone by together, their souls; so that he must let
4 They marvelled to see such that alone for ever: things; they were astonished and 9 Yea, though he live long, and suddenly cast down.
see not the grave. 5 Fear came there upon them;l 10 For he seeth that wise men drorks of the Lord, want and sorrow, as upon a woman in also die and perish together, as well
as the ignorant and foolish, and tite hath brot hit upon her travail. 6 Thou shalt break the ships of leave their riches for others.
11 And yet they think that their the world; he brealestate the sea through the east wind.
7 Like as we have heard, so bave houses shall continue for ever, and y burneth the chariot 193 we seen in the city of the Lory of that their dwelling places shall enupholdeth ever.
; call 8 We wait for thy loving-kind- own names. ness, O God, in the midst of thy 12 Nevertheless man will not temple.
abidc in honour, secing he may be 9 O God, according to thy name, compared unto the beasts that pe80 is thy praise unto the world'srish; this is the way of them. end; thy right hand is full of righte-, 13" This is their foolishness, and ousness.
their posterity praise their saving. 10 Let the mount Sion rejoice, 14 'They lie in the hell like sheep; and the daughter of Judah be glad, death gnaweth upon them, and the
righteous shall have dominion 0:1 11 Walk about Sion, and go them in the morning: their beauty 2 For the Lord is because of thy judgments.
round about her; and tell the towers shall consume in the sepulchre out thereof.
of their dwelling. 12 Mark well her bulwarks, set 15 But God hath delivered my up her houses, that ye may tell soul from the place of hell; for he them that come after.
shall receive me. 13 For this Cod is our God for 16 Be not thou afraid, though one
- knappeth the spear is
ce am Cod: I will be er
the heathen, and I wilx
CL.AP sour hand
ve people: 0 sir !! , with the voice of me
be feared; he is the most II upon all the earth. ( 3 He shall suatu
under us, and the nations as u feet.
4 He shall choose outlet
/tage for us, ever the pas
whom he loved