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be made rich, or if the glory of his. 12 If I be hungry, I will not tell house be increased;
thee; for the whole world is mine, 17 For he shall carry nothing and all that is therein. away with him when he dieth nei 13 Thinkest thou that I would ther shall his pomp follow him, Jeat bull's flesh, and drink the blood
16 For while he lived, he counted of goats? himself an happy man; anu so long 14 Offer unto God thanksgiving, as thou dost well unto thyselt, men and pay thy vows unto the Most will speak good of thee.
Highest, 19 He shall follow the genera 15 And call upon me in the time tion of his fathers, and shall never of trouble: $0 will I hear thee, and see light.
thou shalt praise me. 20 Man being in honour bath no 16 But unto the ungodly said understanding, but is compared God, Why dost thou preach my unto the beasts that perish. laws, and takest my covenant in
thy mouth;, The tenth Dar.
17 Whereas thou hatest to be MORNING PRAYER.
reformed, and hast cast my words Psalm 50. Deus deorum. behind thee? THE Lord, even the most mighty 18 When thou sawest, a thief
God, hath spoken, and called thou consentedst unto him; and the world, from the rising up of the hast been partaker with the adul. sun unto the going down thereof. terers.
2 Out of Sion hath God appear 12 Thou hast let thy mouth speak ed in perfect beauty.
Jurickedness, and with thy tongue 3 Our God shall come, and shall thou hast set forth deceit. not 'keep silence; there shall go 20 Thou sattest and spakest before him a consuming fire, and against thy brother ; yea, and hast à 'mighty tempest shall be stirred slandered thine own mother's son. up round about him.
21 These things hast thou done, 4 He shall call the heaven from and I heid my tongue, and thou above, and the earth, that he may thoughtest wickedly, that I am eten judge his people.
such a one as thyself; But I will 5 Gather my saints together unto reprove thee, and set before thee me; those that have made a cove-the things that thou hast done. nant with me with sacrifice.
23 O consider this, ye that forget 6 And the heavens shall declare God lest I pluck you away, and his righteousness; for God is judge there be none to deliver you. nimself,
23 Whoso offereth me thanks 7 Hear, O my people, and I will and praise, he honoureth me. and speak; I myself
will testify against to him that ordereth his conversathee, O Israel; for I am God, even tion right, will I show the salvathy God.
Ition of God. 8 I will not reprove thee because Psalm 51. Miserere mei, Deus. of thy sacrifices, or for thy burnt: HIAVE mercy upon me, o God. alway before me.
cording to the multitude of thy 9 I will take no bullock out of mercies do away inine offences. thine house, nor he-goat out of 2 Wash me thoroughly from my thy folds;
wickedness, and cleanse me from 10 For all the beasts of the forest my sin; are mine, and so are the cattle upon 3 For I acknowledge my faults a thousand hills.
and my sin is ever before me. 11 I know all the fowls upon the
4 Against thee only have I sin mountains, and the wild beasts of ned, and done this evil in thy sight the field are in my sight. Ithat thou mightest be justified iri
then be joice.
to u thou delightest not in burnt-of-there is none that doeth good. BE Jerusalein.
videre thy saying, and clear when thou ? Whereas the goodness of God art judged.
endureth yet daily. 6 Behold, I was shapen in wick 3 Thy tongue imagineth wickedaldri edness, and in sin hath my mother ness, and with lies thou cuttest like conceived me.
a sharp razor. y Gelenler 6 But lo, thou requirest truth in 4 Thou hast loved unrighteousuns en the inward' parts, and shalt make ness more than goodness, and to
me to understand wisdom secretly. talk of lies more than righteousness.
7 Thou shalt purge me with hys 5 Thou hast loved to speak all sop, and I shall be clean; thou words that may do hurt, thou shalt wash me, and I shall be whi-false tongue. ter than snow.
6 Therefore shall God destroy 8 Thou shalt make me hear of thee for ever; he shall take thee, $0 * joy and gladness, that the bones and pluck thee out of thy dwelling, which thou hast 'broken may re- and root thee out of the land of the
living. 9 Turn thy face from my sins, 7 The righteous also shall see and put out all my misdeeds. this, and fear, and shall laugh him 10 Make me a clean heart, O to scorn: God, and renew a right spirit with 8 Lo, this is the man that took
not God for his strength; but trust. 11 Cast me not away from thy ed unto the multitude of his riches, top presence, and take not thy Holy and strengthened himself in his De Spirit froin me.
wickedness. 12 O give me the comfort of thy 9 As for me, I am like a green help again, and stablish me with olive-tree in the house of God; my thy free Spirit.
trust is in the tender mercy of God 13 Then shall I teach thy ways for ever and ever. siis unto the wicked, and sinners shall 10 I will always give thanks unto be converted unto thee.
thee for that thón hast done; and B 14 Deliver me from blood-guilti-' will hope in thy name, for thy
ness, O God, thou that art the God saints like it well. sm of my health ; and my tongue shall essing of thy righteousness.
Psalm 53. Dixit insipiens.
body hath said in
. 16 For thou desirest no sacri 2 Corrupt are they, and become fice, else would I give it thee; but abominable in their wickedness;
3. God looked down from hea17 The sacrifice of God is a trou- ven upon the children of men, to see mod bled spirit: a broken and contrite if there were any that would under
heart, O God, shalt thou not despise. stand, and seek after God.
18 O be favourable and gracious 4 But they are all gone out of the unto Sion; build thou the walls of way, they are altogether become
abominable; there is also none that. 19 Then shalt thou be pleased doeth good, no not one. with the sacrifice of righteousness, 5 Are they not without under
with the burnt-offerings and obla-sta::ding that work wickedness, dan gittions ; then shall they offer young eating up my people as if they bullocks
upon thine altar. would eat bread ? they have not Psalm 52. Quid gloriaris ? called upon God. WHY boastest thou thyself, thon 6 They were afraid, where no
tyrant, that thou canst do fear was; for God hath broken the mischief?
Ibonos of him that besieged thee; S
thou hast put them to confusion, far off, and remain in the wil because God hath despised them. 'derness. 7 Oh that the salvation were
8 I would make haste to escape given unto Israel out of Sion! Oh because of the stormy wind and that the Lord would deliver his peo-tempest. ple out of captivity!
9 Destroy their tongues, O Lord, 8 Then should Jacob rejoice, and and divide them; for I have spied Israel should be right glad. unrighteousness and strife in the
Psalm 54. Deus, in Nomine. city.
sake, and avenge me in thy within the walls thereof; mischief strength.
also and sorrow are in the midst 2 Hear my prayer, o God, and of it. hearken unto the words of my 11 Wickedness is therein; deceit mouth :
and guile go not out of their streets. 3 For strangers are risen up 12 For it is not an open enemy against me; and tyrants, which that hath done me this dishonour'; have not God before their eyes, for then I could have borne it. seek after my soul.
13 Neither was it mine adversary 4 Behold, God is my helper ; the that did magnify himself against Lord is with them that uphold my me; for then peradventure I would soul.
have hid myself from him : 5 He shall reward evil unto mine 14 But it was even thou, my enemies: destroy thou them in thy companion, my guide, and minc truth.
own familiar friend. 6 An offering of a free heart will 15 We took sweet counsel toI give thee, and praise thy name, gether, and walked in the house of O Lord; because it is so comfort. God as friends. able.
16 Let death come hastilv upon 7 For he hath delivered me out them, and let them go down quick of all my trouble; and mine eye into hell; for wickedness is in the hath seen his desire upon mine dwellings, and among them. enemies.
17 As for me, I will call upon
God, and the Lord shall save me. Psalm 55. Exaudi, Deus.
18 In the evening, and morning, HEAR my prayer: God, and and åt noon-day, will I pray, and
hide not thyself from my pe- that instantly; and he shall'hear tition.
2 Take heed unto me, and hear : 19 It is he that hath delivered my me, how I mourn in my prayer, and sout in peace, from the battle that am vexed.
was against me; for there were 3 The enemy crieth so, and the many with me. ungodly cometh on so fast: for 20 Yea, even God that endureth they are minded to do me some for ever, shall hear me, and bring mischief, so maliciously are they them down; far they will not turn set against me.
nor fear God. 4 My heart is disquieted within 21 He laid his hands upon such me, and the fear of death is fallen as be at peace with him, and he upon me.
brake his covenant. 5 Fearfulness and trembling are 22 The words of his mouth were come upon me, and an horrible softer than butter, having war in dread hath overwhelmed me. his heart; his words were smoother
6 And I said, O that I had wings than oil, and yet they be very like a dove; for then would I flee swords. away, and be at rest.
23 O cast thy burthen upon the 7 Lo, then would I get me away/Lord, and he shall nourish thee, and
shall not suffer the righteous to fall soul from death, and my feet from for ever.
falling, that I may walk before Gud 24 And as for them, thou, O God, in the light of the living..", shalt bring them into the pit of Psalm 57. Miserere mei, Deus. destruction.
BE merciful unto me, o 'God, be 25 The blood-thirsty and deceit merciful unto me; for my soul ful mith shall not live out half their trusteth in thee; and under the days: nevertheless, my trust shall shadow of thy wings shall be my be in thee, O Lord.
refuge, until this tyranny be over
past. The eleventh Day. : 2 I will call unto the most high MORNING PRAYER.
God, even unto the God that shall Psalm 56. Miserere mei, Deus. hand,
perform the cause which I have in BE
merciful unto me, O God, for 3 He shall send from heaven, pan goeth about to devour me ; and save me from the reproof of ne is daily fighting and troubling him that would eat me up.
4 God shall send forth his mercy 9 Mine enemies are daily in hand and truth: my soul is among lions. foi wallow me up; for they be many 5 And J lie even among the chilihrt fight against ine, 0 thou Most dren of men, that are set on fire, H ghest.
whose teeth are spears and arrows, 3 Nevertheless, though I am and their tongue a sharp sword. mimetimes afraid, yet put I my trust 6 Set up thyself, O God, above ha thee,
the heavens, and thy glory above 4 I will praise God because of all the earth. bis word: I have put my trust in 7 They have laid a net for my God, and will not fear what flesh feet, and pressed down my soul;. Jan do unto me.
they have digged a pit before me, 5 They daily mistake my words; and are fallen into the midst of it call that they imagine is to do me themselves. evil.
8 My heart is fixed, O God, my 6 They hold all together, and heart is fixed, I will sing, and give keep themselves close, and mark praise. finy steps, when they lay wait for 9 Awake up, my glory; awake,
lute and harp: I myself will awake 7 Shall they escape for their right early. wickedness ? thou, o God, in thy. 10 I will give thanks unto thee, displeasure, shalt cast them down. O Lord, among the people; and
6 Thou tellest my wanderings: I will sing unto thee among the put my tears into thy bottle : are nations. not these things noted in thy book? - 11 For the greatness of thy mer
Ś Whensoever I call upon thee, cy reacheth unto the heavens, and then sball mine enemies be put to thy truth unto the clouds. fight : this I know; for God is on 12 Set up thyself, O God, above
the heavens, and thy glory above 10 In God's word will I rejoices all the earth. in the Lord's word will I comfort Psalm 58. Si vere utique.
ARE your minds set upon righ, 11 Yea, in God have I put my teousness, 0 ye congregation ? trust; I will not be afraid what'man and do ye judge the thing that is can do unto me.
right, ye sons of men ? 12 Unto thee, O God, will I pay 2 Yea, ye imagine mischief in my vows; unto thee will I give your heart upon the earth, and your thanks.
hands deal with wickedness. 13 For thou last delivered my 3 The ungodly are froward, eren
from their mother's womb; as soon mouth, and swords are in their
8 But thou, O Lord, shalt hare 4 They are as venomous as the them in derision, and thou shalt poison of a serpent, even like the laugh all the heathen to scorn. deaf adder, that stoppeth her ears; 9 My strength will I ascribe
5. Which refuseth to hear the unto thee; for thou art the God of voice of the charmer, charm he my refuge. never so wisely.
10 God showeth me his good6 Break their teeth, O God, in ness plenteously: and God shall their mouths ; smite the jaw bones let me see my desire upon mine of the lions, O Lord: let them fall enemies. away like water that runneth 11 Slay them not, lest iny people apace; and when they shoot their forget it; but scatter them abroad arrows, let them be rooted out.
among the people, and put theia 7 Let them consume away like down, O Lord, our defence. a snail, and be like the untimely 12 For the sin of their mouth, fruit of a woman; and let them and for the words of their laps, not see the sun.
they shall be taken in their pride: 8 Or ever your pots be made and why? their preaching is of hot with thorns, so let indignation cursing and lies. vex him, even as a thing that is 13 Consume them in thy wrath;
consume them, that they inay pe9 The righteous shall rejoice, rish, and know that it is God that when he seeth the vengeance; he ruleth in Jacob and unto the ends shall wash his footsteps in the of the world. blood of the ungodly.
14 And in the etening they will 10 So that a man shall say, Ve- return, grin like a dog, and will go rily there is a reward for the righ- about the city. teous; doubtless there is a God 15 They will run here and there that judgeth the earth,
for meat, and grudge if they be
not satisfied. EVENING PRAYER.
16 As for me, I will sing of thy Psalm 59. Eripe me de inimicis. power, and will praise thy mercy DELIVER me from mine ene- betimes in the morning; for thou
mies, O God; defend me from hast been my defence and refuge in them that rise up against me.
the dav of my trouble. 2 O deliver me from the wicked 17 Unto thee, O my strength, doers, and save me from the blood will I sing; for thou, O God, art thirsty men.
my refuge, and my merciful Gód. 3 For lo, they lie waiting for my soul; the mighty men are gathered Psalm 60. Deus, repulisti nos. against me, without any offence or O GOD, thou hast cast us out,
and 4 They run and prepare them- hast also been displeased: 0 turn selves without my fault; arise thou thee unto us again. therefore to help me, and behold. 2 Thou hast moved the land,
5 Stand up, O Lord God of and divided it: heal the sores hosts, thou God of Israel, to visit thereof, for it shaketh. all the heathen, and be not merci 3 Thou hast showed thy people ful unto them that offend of mali- heavy things; thou hast given us a cious wickedness.
drink of deadly wine. 6 They go to and fro in the 4 Thou hast given a token for evening, they grin like a dog, and such as fear thee, that they may run about through the city. triumph because of the truth.
7 Behold, they speak with their 5 Therefore were thy beloved do