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Livered: help me with thy right| 2 He verily is my strength and hand, and hear me.

my salvation; he is my defence, so 6. God hath spoken in his holi- that I shall not greatly fall. ness, I will rejoice and divide şi- 3 How long will ye imagine mischem, and mete out the valley of chief against every man? ye shall Succoth.

be slain all the sort of you ; yea, as 7 Gilead is mine, and Manasses a tottering wall shall ye be, and like is mine; Ephraim also is the a broken hedge. strength of my head; Judah is my 4 Their device is only how to put law-giver;

him out whom God will exalt; their 8 Moab is my wash-pot;over delight is in lies; they give good Edom will. I cast out my shoe; words with their mouth, but curse Philistia, be thou glad of me. with their heart,

9 Who will lead me into the 5 Nevertheless, my soul wait strong city? who will bring me into thou still upon God; for my hope Edom?

is in him. 10 Hast not thou cast us out, O 6. He truly is my strength, and God? wilt not thou, O God, go out my salvation ; he is my defence, so with our hosts?

that I shall not fall. 11 O be thou our help in trouble; 7 In God is my health and my for vain is the help of man. glory, the rock of my might; and in

12 Through God will we do great God is my trust. acts; for it is he that shall tread 8 O put your trust in him alway, dowo uur enemies.

ye people; pour out your hearts bePsalm 61. Exaudi, Deus. forc'him ; for God is our home. HEAR my crying, o God, give. 19. As for the children of men,

they are but'vanity; the children of 2 From the ends of the earth will men are deceitful upon the weights; I call upon thee, when my heart is they are altogether lighter than in heaviness.

vanity itself.

10 0 trust not in wrong and robis higher than 1; 3 O set me up the rock that

thou hast been bery; give not, yourselves unto my hope, and a strong tower for vanity: if riches increase, set not me against the enemy:

your heart upon them. 4 I will dwell in thy tabernacle 11 God spake once, and twice I for ever, and my trust shall be under have also heard the same, that powthe covering of thy wings. er belongeth unto God;

5 For thou, O Lord, hast heard. 12 And that thou, Lord, art méruy desires, and hast given an heri- ciful; for thou rewardest every man tage unto those that fear thy name. according to his work.

Ô Thou shalt grant the King a Psalm 63. Deus, Deus meus. long life, that his years may endure O GOD, thou art my God; early ihroughout all generations.

7 He shall dwell before God for 2 My soul thirsteth for thee'; my ever: O prepare thy loving mercy flesh also longeth after thee, 'in å and faithfulness, that they may barren, and dry land where no preserve him.

water is. 8. So will I always sing praise 3 Thus have I looked for thee in unto thy name, thạt 1 nay daily holiness, that I might behold thy perform my pows.

power and glory; The twelfth Day.

4 For thy loving-kindness is betMORNING PRAYER.

ter than the life itself: my lips shall Psalm 62. Nonne Deo ? praise thee, MY soul truly waiteth still upon thee in this manner, and lift ray

5. As long as I live will I magnify God; for of him cometh my hands in thy name. salvation.


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6 My soul shall be satisfied, even the Lord, and put his rust in hin; as it were with marrow and fatness, and all they that are true of cittant when my mouth praiseth thee with shall be glad. joyful lips. 7 Have I not remembered thee in

EVENING PRAYER. my bed, and thought upon thee Psalm 65. Te decet hymnus. when I was waking ?

THOU, O God, art praised in 8 Because thou hast been my

and helper; therefore under the shadow vow be performed in Jerusalem. of thy wings will. I rejoice.

2 Thou that hearest the prayer, 9 My soul hangeth upon thee; unto thee shall all flesh come. thy right hand hath upholden me. 3 My misdeeds prevail against

10 These also that seek the hurt me: O be thou merciful unto our of my soul, they shall go under the sins. earth.

| 4 Blessed is the man whom thou 11 Let them fall upon the edge choosest, and receivest unto thee of the sword, that they may be a he shall dwell in thy court, and portion for foxes.

shall be satisfied with the pleasures 12 But the King shall rejoice in of thy house, even of thy holy God; all they also that swear by temple. him shall be commended: for the 5 Thou shalt show us wonderful mouth of thein that speak lies shall things in thy righteousness, O God be stopped.

of our salvation; thou that art the Psalm 64. Exaudi, Deus. hope of all the ends of the earth, HEAR my voice, o Goil, in my and of them that remain in the

prayer; preserve my life from broad sea. fear of the enemy.

6 Who in his strength setteth 2 Hide me from the gathering fast the mountains, and is girded together of the froward, and from about with power. the insurrection of wicked doers'; . 7 Who stilleth the raging of the

3 Who have whet their tongue sea, and the noise of his waves, and like a sword, and shoot out their the madness of the people. arrows, even bitter words, 8 They also that dwell in the

4 That they may privily shoot uttermost parts of the earth shall at him that is perfect ; suddenly do be afraid at thy tokens, thou that they hit him, and fear not. makest the out-goings of the morn

5 They encourage themselves in ing and evening to praise thee. mischief, and commune among 9 Thou visitest the earth, and themselves, how they may lay blessest it; thou makest it very snares; and say, that no man shall plentious. see them.

10 The river of God is full of 6 They imagine wickedness, and water: thou preparest their corn, practise it; that they keep secret for so thou providest for the earth among themselves, every man in 11 Thou waterest her furrows; the deep of his heart.

thou sendest rain into the little vala 7. But God shall suddenly shoot leys thereof; thou makest it soft at them with a swift arrow, that with the drops of rain, and blessest they shall be wounded.

the increase of it. 8 Yea, their own tongues shall 12 Thou crownest the year with make them fall; insomuch that thy goouness; and thy clouds drop whoso seeth them, shall laugh therw fatness. to scorn.

13 They shall drop upon the 9 And all men that see it shall dwellings of the wilderness; and say, This hath God done ; for they the little hills shall rejoice on every shall perceive that it is his work. side.

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16 If I incline unto wickedness Psalm 66. Jubilate Deo. with mine heart, the Lord will not O BE joyful in God, all ye lands; hear me.

sing praises unto the honour of 17 But God hath beard me, and his name; make his praise to be considered the voice of my prayer. glorious.

18 Praised be God, who hath 2 Say unto God, 0 how won- not cast out my prayer, nor turned derful art thou in, thy, works ; his mercy from me. through the greatness of thy power Psalm 67. Deus misereatur. shall thine enemies be found liars

GOD be merciful unto us, and unto thee.

bless us, and show us the light 3 F all the world shall worship of his countenance, and be merciThee, sing of thee, and praise thy ful unto us;

2 That thy way may be known 4.0 come hither, and behold the upon earth, thy saving health 'Forks of God, how wonderful he is

among all nations. In his doing toward the children of 3 Let the people praise thes, 0

God; yea, let all the people praise 5. He turned the sea into dry land, thee.' 10 that they went through the wa- 4 0 let'the nations rejoice and ter on foot; there did we rejoice be glad; for thou shalt judge the hereof.

folk righteously, and govern the 6 He ruleth with his power for nations upon earth. ver;

his eyes behold the people;j 5 Let the people praise thee, O and such as will not believe, shall God; let all the people praise thee. not be able to exalt themselves. 6 Then shall the earth bring

7 O praise our God, ye people, forth her increase; and God, even 7 Who stilleth the reciti nnd make the voice of his praise to our own God, shall give us his be heard ;.

& Who holdeth our soul in life, ? God shall bless us; and all the
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MORNING PRAYER. mare, and laidst trouble upon our Psalm 68. Exurgat Deus. Toins.

LET God arise, and let his ene11 Thou sufferedst men to ride mies be scattered ; let them 10 The river of Gæti er our heads; we went through also that hate him flee before him,

tre and water, and thou broughtest 2 Like as the smoke vanisheth, us out into a wealthy place. so shalt thou drive them away ;

12 I will go into thine house with and like as wax melteth at the fire, burnt-offerings, and will pay thee so let the ungodly perish at the my vows, which I promised with presence of God. my lips, and spake with my mouth, 3 But let the righteous be glad, when I was in trouble.

and rejoice before God; let them 13 I will offer unto thee fat also be merry, and joyful. burnt-sacrifices, with the incense 40 sing unto God, and sing of rams; I will offer bullocks and praises unto his name; magnify goats.

him that ridetb upon the heavens, 14 0.come hither, and hearken, as it were upon an horse : praise all ye that fear God, and I will tell him in his name JAH, and rejoice you what he hath done for my soul. before him.

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20 He is our God, even the God 6 He is the God that maketh of whoin cometh salvation : God men to be of one mind in an house, is the Lord, by whom we escape and bringeth the prisoners out of death. captivity, but letteth tile runagates

21 God shall wound the head of continue in scarceness.

his enesnies; and the hairy scalp 70 God, when thou wentest of such a one as goeth on still in forth before the people; when ihou his wickedness. wentest through the wilderness, 29 The Lord hath said, I will

8 The earth shook, and the hea-hring my people again, as I did vens dropped at the presence of from Basan, mine own will I bring God; even as Sinai also was moved again, as I did sometime from the at the presence of God, who is tire deep of the sea, God of Israel,

23 That thy foot may be dipped 1.9 Thou, O God, sentest a gra- in the blood of thine enemies, and cious rain upon thine inheritance, that the tongue of thy dogs may be and refreshedst it when it was red through the same. weary.

24 It is well seen, O God, how 10 Thy congregation shall dwell thou goest ; how thou, my God and therein; for thou, O God, hast of King, goestin the sanctuary. thy goodness prepared for the 25" The singers go before, the poor.

minstrels follow after; in the midst 11 The Lord' gave the word : are the damsels playing with the great was the company of the timbrels. preachers.

26 Give thanks, O Israel, unto 12 Kings with their armies did God the Lord, in the congregations, flee, and were discomfited, and from the ground of the heart. they of the household divided the 27 There is little Benjamin thex spoil.

ruler, and the princes of Juda their 13. Though ye have lain among council; the princes of Zevulon, the pots, yet shall ye-be as the and the princes of Nephthali. wings of a dove that is covered 28. Thy God hath sent forth with silver wings, and her feathers strength for thee; stablish the

thing, O God, that thou hast 14 When the Almighty scatter- wrought ia us. ed kings for their sake, then were 29 For thy temple's sake at Je, thay as white as snow in Salmon. rusalem: so shall kings bring pre

15 As the bill of Basan, so is sents unto thee. God's hill; even'an high hill, as 30 When the company of the the hill of Basan.

spear-men, and multitude of the 16 Why hop ye so, ve high hills ? mighty, are scattered abroad among this is God's hill, in the which it the beasts of the people, so that pleaseth hiin to dwell; yea, the they humbly bring pieces of silver; Lord will abide in it for ever. and when he háth scattered the

17 The chariots of God are people that delight in war; twenty thousand, even thousands 31 Tlen shall the princes came of Augels; and the Lord is among out of Egypt; the Morians' land them as in the holy place of Sinai. shall coon stretch out her hands

18 Thou art gone up on high, unto God. thou hast led captivity captive, and 32 Sing unto God, o ye kingreceived gifts for men; yea, even doms of the earth; O sing praises for thine enemies, that the Lord unto the Lord, God might dwell among them. 33 Who sitteth in the heavens

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34 Ascribe ye the power to truth of thy salvation. God over Israel, his worship and 15 Take me out of the mire, that strength is in the clouds.

I sink not; O let me be delivered 35 °O God, wonderful art thou from them that hate me, and out in thy holy places: even the God of the deep waters. of Israel, he will give strength and 16 Let not the water-flood drown power unto his people. Blessed me, neither let the deep swallow te God.

me up, and let not the pit shut, * EVENING PRAYER. her mouth upon me. Psalm 69. Salvum me fac. 17 Hear ine, O Lord, for thy

-; ters are come in, even unto my turn thee unto me according to the soul.

multitude of thy mercies : 2. I stick fast in the deep mire, 18 And hide not thy face from where no ground is; I am come thy servant; for I am in trouble: into deep waters, so that the floods O haste thee, and hear me. run over me.

19' Draw nigh unto my soul, and 3 I am weary of crying, my save it; 0 deliver me, because of throat is dry; my sight faileth me mine enemies. for waiting so long upon my God. 20 Thou hast known my reproof,

4 They that hate me without a my shame, and my dishonour:

cause are more than the hairs of mine adversaries are all in thy are the damsels pares my head; they that are mine ene- sight. mies, and would destroy me guilt- 21 Thy rebuke hath broken my

heart; I am full of heaviness : 1 26 Give thanks, 0 la less, are mighty.

5' I paid them the things that I looked for some to have pity on

iever took: God, thou knowest my me, hut there was no man, neither 27 There is little Beve impleness, and my faults are not found I any to comfort me. luid 'from thee.

22 They gave me gall to eat: and 6 Let not them that trust in thee, when I was thirsty, they gave me O Lord God of kiosts, be ashamed vinegar to drink. for my cause ; let not those that| 23 Let their table be made a seek thee be confounded through snare to take themselves withal; me, O Lord God of Israel. and let the things that should have

7 And why? for thy sake have I been for their wealth, be unto them suffered reproof : shame hath co- an occasion of falling. tered my face.

24 Let their eyes be blinded, that 8 I an become a stranger unto they see not; and ever bow thou my brethren, even an alien untoldown their backs. my mother's children.

25 Pour out thine indignation 9 For the zeal of thine house upon them, and let thy wrathful hath even eaten me, and the re-displeasure take hold of them. buke3 of them that rebuked thee, 26 Let their habitation be void, are fallen upon me.

and no man to dwell in their tents. 10 I wept, and chastencd myself 27 For they persecute him whom with fasting, and that was turned thou hast smitten; and they talk to my reproof.

how they may vex them whom thou 11 I put on sackcloth also, and hast wounded. they jested upon me.

28 Let them fall from one wickTout of Egypt; the Mer

12 They that sit in the gate speak edness to another, and not come against me, and the drunkards into thy righteousness. make songs upon me.

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