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up, because he hath known | Lord, lo, thine enemies shall
perish : and all the workers 15 He shall call upon me, of wickedness shall be deand I will hear him: yea, Istroyed. am 'with him in trouble; I 9 But mine horn shall be will deliver him, and bring exalted like the horn of an him to honour.
unicorn : for I am anointed 16 With long life will with fresh oil. satisfy him : and shew him 10 Mine eye also shall see my salvation.
his lust of mine enemies : and Psal. 92. Bonum est confiteri. mine ear shall hear his desire
is a good thing to give of the wicked that arise up
thanks unto the Lord : against me. and to sing praises unto thy 11 The righteous shall Name, O most Highest; flourish like a palm-tree : and
2 To tell of thy loving- shall spread abroad like a cekindness early in the morn- dar in Libanus. ing : and of thy truth in the 12 Such as are planted in night-season;
the house of the Lord : shall 3 Upon an instrument of flourish in the courts of the ten strings, and upon the house of our God. lute : upon a loud instru- 13 They also shall bring ment, and upon the harp: forth more fruit in their age.
* For thou, Lord,' hast and shall be fat and wellmade me glad through thy liking; works ; and I will rejoice in 14 That they may shew giving praise for the opera- how true the
true the Lord my tions of thy hands.
strength is : and that there 5 O Lord, how glorious is no unrighteousness in him. are thy works : thy thoughts are very deep.
EVENING PRAYER. 6 An unwise man doth Psalm 93. Dominus regnavit. not well consider this : and a 'HE Lord is King, and fool doth not understand it. hath put on glorious ap
7 When the ungodly are parel : the Lord hath put on green as the grass, and when his apparel, and girded himall the workers of wickedness self with strength. do flourish : then shall they 2 He hath made the round be destroyed for ever; but world so sure : that it cannot thou, Lord, art the most be moved. Highest for evermore.
3 Ever since the world be8 For lo, thine enemies, Ogan hath thy seat been pre
pared : thou art from ever- 9 He that planted the ear, lasting
shall he not hear : or he that 4 The floods are risen, o made the eye, shall he not Lord, the floods have lift up see? their voice : the floods lift
10 Or he that nurtureth their waves.
the heathen : it is he that 5 The waves of the sea are teacheth man knowledge, mighty, and rage horribly : shall not he punish? but yet the Lord, who dwell- 11 The Lord knoweth the eth on high, is mightier. thoughts of man : that they
6 Thy testimonies, O Lord, are but vain. are very sure : holiness be
12 Blessed is the man cometh thine house for ever. whom thou chastenest, O
Psalm 94. Deus ultionum. Lord : and teachest him in O
Lord God, to whom thy law;
13 That thou mayest give thou God, to whom venge- him patience in time of adance belongeth, shew thyself.versity : until the pit be
2 Arise, thou Judge of the digged up for the ungodly. world : and reward the proud 14 For the Lord will not after their deserving. fail his people : neither will
3 Lord, how long shall he forsake his inheritance; the ungodly : how long shall 15 Until righteousness turn the ungodly triumph? again unto judgement : all
4 How long shall all wick- such as are true in heart shall ed doers speak so disdain-follow it. fully : and make such proud 16 Who will rise up with boasting?
me against the wicked : or 5 They smite down thy who will take my part against people, O Lord : and trouble the evil doers? thine heritage.
17 If the Lord had not 6 They murder the widow, helped me : it had not failed and the stranger ; and put but my soul had been put to the fatherless to death. silence.
7_And yet they say, Tush, 18 But when I said, My the Lord shall not see : nei- foot hath slipt : thy mercy, O ther shall the God of Jacob Lord, held me up. regard it.
19 In the multitude of 8 Take heed, ye unwise the sorrows that I had in my among the people : 0
ye heart : thy comforts have refools, when will ye under-freshed my
20 Wilt thou have any
thing to do with the stool of of his pasture, and the sheep wickedness : which imagin- of his hand. eth mischief as a law?
8 To-day if ye will hear 21 They gather them to his voice, harden not your gether against the soul of the hearts : as in the provocarighteous : and condemn the tion, and as in the day of innocent blood.
temptation in the wilderness; 22 But the Lord is my 9 When your fathers temptrefuge : and my God is ed me : proved me, and saw the strength of my confi- my works. dence.
10 Forty years long was I 23 He shall recompense grieved with this generation, them their wickedness, and and said : It is a people that destroy them in their own do err in their hearts, for malice : yea, the Lord our they have not known my God shall destroy them. ways;
il Unto whom I sware in MORNING PRAYER. my wrath : that they should Psalm 95. Venite, exultemus. not enter into my rest, O
Come, let us sing unto Psalm 96. Cantate Domino. the Lord : let us heartily
the Lord a
O rejoice in the strength of our new song : sing unto salvation.
the Lord, all the whole earth. 2 Let us come before his 2 Sing unto the Lord, and presence with thanksgiving : praise his Name : be telling and shew ourselves glad in of his salvation from day to him with psalms.
day. 3 For the Lord is a great 3 Declare his honour unto God: and a great King above the heathen : and his won
ders unto all people. 4 In his hand are all the 4 For the Lord is great, corners of the earth : and the and cannot worthily be praisstrength of the hills is his ed : he is more to be feared also.
than all gods. 5 The sea is his, and he 5 As for all the gods of made it : and his hands pre- the heathen, they are but pared the dry land.
idols ; but it is the Lord that 6 O come, let us worship made the heavens. and fall down : and kneel be- 6 Glory and worship are fore the Lord our Maker. before him : power and ho
7 For he is the Lord our nour are in his sanctuary. God : and we are the people 7 Ascribe unto the Lord,
kindreds of the people : 3 There shall go a fire beascribe unto the Lord wor-fore him : and burn up his ship and power.
enemies on every side. 8 Ascribe unto the Lord 4 His lightnings gave shine the honour due unto his unto the world : the earth Name : bring presents, and saw it, and was afraid. come into his courts.
5 The hills melted like 9 O worship the Lord in wax at the presence of the the beauty of holiness : let Lord : at the presence of the the whole earth stand in awe Lord of the whole earth. of him.
6 The heavens have declar10 Tell it out among the ed his righteousness : and all heathen that the Lord is the people have seen his King : and that it is he who glory. hath made the round world 7 Confounded be all they so fast that it cannot be that worship carved images, moved; and how that he and that delight in vain shall judge the people right- gods : worship him, all ye eously.
gods. 11 Let the heavens rejoice, 8 Sion heard of it, and reand let the earth be glad : joiced : and the daughters of let the sea make a noise, and Judah were glad, because of all that therein is.
thy judgements, O Lord. 12 Let the field be joyful, 9 For thou, Lord, art and all that is in it: then higher than all that are in shall all the trees of the wood the earth : thou art exalted rejoice before the Lord. far above all gods.
13 For he cometh, for he 10 Oye that love the cometh to judge the earth : Lord, see that ye hate the and with righteousness to thing which is evil : the Lord judge the world, and the preserveth the souls of his people with his truth.
saints; he shall deliver them Psalm 97. Dominus regnavit. from the hand of the unTHE 'HÈ Lord is King, the godly.
earth may be glad 11 There is sprung up a thereof : yea, the multitude light for the righteous : and of the isles may be glad joyful gladness for such as thereof.
are true-hearted. 2 Clouds and darkness are 12 Rejoice in the Lord, ye round about him : righteous- righteous : and give thanks ness and judgement are the for a remembrance of his hohabitation of his seat.
EVENING PRAYER. Psalm 99. Dominus regnavit. Psalm 98. Cantate Domino. "HE Lord is King, be the
people never so impanew song : for he hath tient : he sitteth between the done marvellous things. cherubims, be the earth never
2 With his own right so unquiet. hand, and with his holy arm : 2 The Lord is great in Sihath he gotten himself the on: and high above all people. victory.
3 They shall give thanks 3 The Lord declared his unto thy Name : which is salvation : his righteousness great, wonderful, and holy. hath he openly shewed in 4 The King's power loveth the sight of the heathen. judgement; thou hast prepar
4. He hath remembered ed equity : thou hast exehis mercy and truth toward cuted judgement and rightthe house of Israel : and all eousness in Jacob. the ends of the world have 5 O magnify the Lord our seen the salvation of our God : and fall down before God.
his footstool, for he is holy. 5 Shew yourselves joyful
6 Moses and Aaron among unto the Lord, all ye lands : his priests, and Samuel among sing, rejoice, and give thanks. such as call upon his Name :
6 Praise the Lord upon these called upon the Lord, the harp : sing to the harp and he heard them. with a psalm of thanks- 7 He spake unto them out giving
of the cloudy pillar : for they 7. With trumpets also, and kept his testimonies, and the shawis : O shew yourselves law that he gave them. joyful before the Lord the 8. Thou heardest them, O King.
Lord our God : thou forgav. 8 Let the sea make a noise, est them, O God, and punishand all that therein is ; the edst their own inventions. round world, and they that 9 O magnify the Lord our dwell therein.
God, and worship him upon 9 Let the floods clap their his holy hill :, for the Lord hands, and let the hills be our God is holy. joyful together before the Psalm 100. Jubilate Deo. : for
Lord, the earth.
: the 10 With righteousness shall Lord with gladness, and he judge the world : and the come before his
his presence people with equity.
with a song