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the multitude, and fear is on every side. shait preserve me from trouble: thou while they conspire together against me, shalt compass me about with songs of and take their counsel to take away my | deliverance life

19 I wil inform ther, and teach thee in 16 Bu my hope hath been in ther, the way wherein thou shalt go; and I Lord, I have said, Thou art my God. will guide thee with mine eye

17 My time is in thy hand; deliver 10 Be ye not like to horse and mule, me from the hand of mine enemies, and which have 10 mm derstanding: whose from them that persecute me

mouths must be held with bit and bridle, 19 Show thy servant the right of thy lest they fall upor thee countenance and save me for thy mer. 11 Great plagues remain for the ungod. cies sake

ly; but whoso put th his trust in the 19 Let me not be confounded, Lord, Lord, mercy embraceth him on every for I have called upon thee, let the un side. godly be put to confusion, and be put to 12 Be glad, Oye righteous, and rejoice silenie in the grave

in the Lord; and be jovful, all ye that 20 Let the lying lips be put to silence, are true of heart which cruelly, disdainfully, and despitefully speak against the righteous.

Psalm 33. Exultate, justi. 21 how plentiful is thy goodness, IDEJOICE in the Lord, ye right which thnu hast laid up for then that N eons; for it becometh well the just fear thee, and that thou hast prepared for

to be thankful. them that put their trust in thee, even 2 Praise the Lord with harp sing before the sons of men

praises unto him with the lute and in 22 Thou shalt hide them privily by strument of ten strings thine own presente from the provoking 3 Sing into the Lord a new song : sing of all men thou shalt keep them serret. praises rustily unto him with a good ly in thy tabernacle from the strise of courage, tongues

4 For the word of the Lord is true, 23 Thanks be to the Lord; for he hath and all his work are faithful. showed me marvellous great kindness in 5 He loveth righteousness and judge a strong ity.

ment; the earth is full of the goodness 24 And when I made haste, I said, I of the Lord. am rast ont of the sight of thine eyes 6 By the word of the Lord were the

25 Nevertheless. thou heardest the heavens made, and all the hosts of them voice of my prayer, when I cried unto | by the breath of his mouth thee

7 He gathereth the waters of the sea 26 O love the Lord, all ye his saints : together, as it were upon an heap: and for the Lord preserveth them that are layet up the deep. as in a treasurefaithful, and plenteously rewardeth the

house proud dort

Let all the earth fear the Lord stand 27 Be strong, and he shall establish in awe of him, all ye that dwell in the your heart, all ye that put your trust in world; the Lord

9 For he spake, and it was done ; be EVENING PRAYER.

commanded, and it stood fast

10 The Lord bringeth the counsel of Psalir 32. Beati, quorum

the heathen to nought, and maleth the DLESSED is he whose unrighteous devices of the people to be of none etiect,

D nens is forgiven. and whose sin is and casteth out the counsels of princes. covered

1! The counsel of the Lord shall en. 2 Bles ert is the man unto whom the dure for ever, and the thoughts of his Lord uputeth no sin, and in whose heart from generation to get.eration spirit there is no guile

12 Blessed are the prople whose God 3 For whilst I held my tongue, my is the Lord Jehovah ; and blessed are bones consumed away through my daily the folk that he hath chosen to him, to complaining

be his inheritance. 4 For thy hund is hervy upon me day

13 The Lord looked down from hea. and night, and my moisture is like the ven, and beheld all the children of men ; droughs in summer

from the habitation of his dwelling, he 5 I will acknowledge my sin unto thee: considereth all them that dwell on the and mine unrighteousness have I not hid. earth

6 I said, I will confess my sins unto 14 He fashioneth all the hearts of them, the Lord, and so thou forgavest the and understandeth all their works wickedness of my sin

15 There is no king that can be saved 7 For this shall every one that is godly by the multitude of an host, neither is make his prayer unto thee. in a time any mighty man delivered by much when thou mayest be found; but in the strength great water foods they shall not come 16 A horse is counted but a vain thing nigh him.

| to save a man ; neither shall be delivet 8 Thou art a place to hide me in; thou l any man by his great strength.

17 Bebold, the eye of the Lord is upon godly; and they that hate the righteous them that fear him, and upon them that shall be desolate put thrir trust in his mercy,

22 The Lord delivereth the souls of his '1" To deliver their soul from death, servants, and all they that put their and to feed them in the time of dearth trust in hun shall not be destitute

19 Our soul hath patiently tarried for the Lord : for he is our help and on

The serenth Day shield

MORNING PRAYER 20 For our heart shall rejoice in him;

Psalm 35. Jurica me, Domine. because we have hoped in his holy name

21 Let thy merritul kindness, O Lord, DLEAD thou my cause, Lord, with be upon us, like as we do put our trust them that strive with ine, and fight in thee

thou ugunst them that fight against me. Psalm 34 Benedicam Domino.

2 Lay hand upon the shield and buck

ler, and stand up to help me I WILL a way give thanks unto the 3 Bring forth the spear, and stop the 1 Lord : his praise shall ever be in my way against them that persecute me: month

say to my soul. I am thy salvation. 2 My soul shall make her boast in the 4 Let them be confounded, and put to Lord the humble shall hear thereof, shame, that seek after my soul. let them and be glad

be Lurned back and brought to confu. 3 0 praise the Lord with me, and let

sion, that isnagine mischief for me us magnify his name together

5 Let them be as the dust before the 4 I sought the Lord, and he heard me, wind, and the Angel of the Lord sraiteryea, he delivered me out of all my fear ing them

5 They had an eye unto him, and were 16 Let their way be dark and slippery, lightened and their faces' were not and let the Angel of the Lord persecute ashamed

them 6 Lo the poor crieth, and the Lord 7 For they have privily land their net heareth him; yea, and saveth him out to destroy me without a catise: of ull his trout les

even without a cause have they made a 7 The Angel of the Lord uarrieth round pit for my soul about them that fear him, and delivereth Let a sudden destruction come upon thern

himna wares, and his net that he hath 8 ( taste, and see, how gracious the laid privaly catch himself: that he may Lord is blessed is the man that trust. fall into his own mischief eth in him

9 And my soul be joyful in the Lurd ; 9 o fear the Lord, ye that are his it shall rejoice in his salvation saints. for they that fear him lack no. - 10 All ny bones shall say. Lora, who thing

is like unto thee. who deliverest the poor 10l'he trons do lack, and suffer hun from him that is too strong for him: yea, ger, but they who seek the Lord shall the poor, and him that is in misery, from want no manner of thing that is good him that spoileth bum?

u Come, ye children, and hearken un 1 1 False witnesses did nise up: they to me: I will teach you the fear of the laid to my rharge things that I knew not. Lord

12 They rewarded me evil for good, to 12 What man is he that lusteth to live, the great discomfort of my soul and would fain see good days?

13 Nevertheless, when they were sick, 13 Keep thy tongue from evil, and thy I put on sac keloth. and h: mbled my lips, thal they speak no guile

soul with fasting, and my prayer shall 14 Esche* evil, and do good: seek turn into mine own bosom peace, and ensue it

14 I behaved myself as though it had 15 The eyes of the Lord are over the been my friend or my brother, I went righteous, and his ears are open anto heavily, is one that moumeth for his their prayers

mother 16 The countenance of the Lord is 15 But in mine adversity they rejoiced, against tem that do evil to root out the and gathered themselves together yea, remembrance of them from the earth. the very abierts came together against

17 The righteous cry, and the Lord me unawares, making mouths at me, and beareth them, and deliver th them out of ceased not all their troubles

16 With the faterers were busy mockIA The Lord is migh unto them that ers. ho gnashed upon me with their are of a contrite heart, and will save teeth such as be of an humble spirit

17 Lord, how long wilt thou look upon 19 Great are the troubles of the right this? O deliver my soul from the calam. cous, but the Lord delivereth him out ities which they bring on me, and my

darling from the lions 20 He keepeth all his bones, so that 18 So will I give thee thanks in the not one of them is broken.

great congregation; I will praise the 21 But misfortune shall slay the up among much people.

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19 O let not them that are mine ene. righteousness unto them that are true of mies triumph over me ungodly neither heart. let them wink with their eyes, that hate 110 let not the foot of pnde come me without a cause

against me, and let not the hand of the 20 And why? their communing is not ungodly cast me down for prace: but they imagine deceitful 12 There are they fallen. Al that work words against them that are quiet in the wickedness, they are be down, and land

shall not lie able to stand 21 They gaped upon me with their

EVENING PRAYER mouths, and said. Fie on thee, fie on

Psalm 37 Tuli mulari. thee, we saw it with our eyes

RET not thyself because of the un 22 This thou hast seen. O Lord; hold godly, neither be thou envioua not thy tongue then : go not far from against the evil doers me, O Lord

2 For they shall soon be cut down like 23 Awake and stand up to judge my the grass, and be withered even as the quarreli weng: thou my cause. my green herb God and my Lord.

3 Put thou thy trust in the Lord, and 24 Judge me, O Lord my God, ac- be doing gooil: dwell in the land, and cordink to thy righteousness, and let verily thou shalt be led them not triumph over me

4 Delight thou in the Lord, and be 25 Le them not say in their hearts, shall give thee thy heart s desire There, there, so would we have it nei. 5 Commit thy way unto the Lord, and ther let them say, We have devoured put thy trust in him, and he shall bring him

it to pass 26 Let them he put to confusion and 6 He shall make thy righteousness as shame together, that rejoice at my trou. clear as the light, and thy just dealing ble; let then be clothed with rebuke | as the noon-day and dishonour, that boast themselves 17 Hold thee still in the Lord, and abide against ine

patiently upon him: but grieve not thy27 Let them be glad and rejotce, that sell at him whose way doth prosper, favour my righteous dealing yea, let | against the man that doeth after evil them say alway, Blessed be the Lord, counsels who hath pleasure in the prosperity of 1 Leave off from wrath, and let go disbis servant

pleasure fret not thyself. else shalt thou 2 And as for my tongue, it shall be l be moved to do evil talking of thy righteousness, and of thy 9 Wicked doers shall be rooted out; praise, all the day long

and they that patientiy abide the Lord, Psalm 36 Digit injustus

those shall inherit the land M Y beart showeth me the wickedness 10 Yet a Isttle while, and the ungodly

W of the ungodly, that there is no shall be clean gone thou shalt look fear of God before his eyes

after his place, and he shall be away 2 For he flattereth himself in his own 1. But the meek-spirited shall possess sight. until his abouninable sin be found the earth. and shall be refreshed in the out.

multitude of peace 3 The words of his mouth are unright! 12 The ungodly seeketh counsel against eous and full of deceit: he hath, left off the just, and gnasheth upon him with his to behave himself wisely, and to do good! teeth.

4 He imagineth mischief upon his bed, 13 The Lord shall laugh him to s orn: and hath set huiseli in no good way: for he hath seen that his day is coming. neither doth he abhor any thing that is 14 The yugodly have drawn out the evid

sword, and have bent their bow, to cast 5 Thy mercy, O Lord. reacheth unto down the poor and needy, and to slay the heavens, and thy faithfulness unto such as are of a right conversation the clouds

15 Their sword shall go through their 6 th righteousness standeth like the own heart, and their bow shall be bro. strong mountains: thy judgments are like the great deep.

16 A small thing that the righteous 7 Tholl, Lord. shalt save both men and bath. is better than great rches of the beast how excellent thy mercy, ungodly : God and the children of men shall put 17 For the arms of the ungodly shall their trust under the shadow of thy be broken, and the Lord upholdeth the wings

righteous They shall be satisfied with the plen. The Lord knoweth the days of the teousness of thy house and thou shalt godly and their inheritance shall en give them drink of thy pleasures, as out dure for ever. of the river

19 "They shall not be copfounded in the 9 For *ith thee is the well of life: and pendous time, and in the days of earth In thy light shall we see light

they shall have enough 10 continue forth thy loving kind. 20 As for the ungodly, they shall per Dess unto them that know thee, and thy fish, and the enemies of the Lord ball

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consume as the fat of lanbs; yea, even 2 For thine arrows stick fast in me, as the smoke sball they consume away. and thy hand presseth me sore.

81 The ugodly borroweth, and pay. 3 There is no health in my flesh, beeth not again; wat the righteous is mer. cause of thy displeasure ; neither in ciful and liberal

there any rest in my bones, by reason of 32 Such as are blessed of God, shall

my sin possess the land, and they that are curs 4 For my wickednesses are gone over ed of him, shall be ruoted out.

my bead, and are like sore burthen, 23 The Lord ordereth a good man's too heavy for me to bear going, and maketh his way acceptable to 5 My wounds stink, and are corrupt, himself

through my foolishness. 24 Though he fall, he shall not be cast 6 I am brought into so great trouble away for the Loril upholdeth him with and misery, that I go mourning all the his hand

day long : 25 I have been young, and now am ola, 7 For my toins are filled with a sore and yet saw I never the righteous for. disense, and there is no whole part in my saken, nor his seed begging their breud. body.

26 The righteous is ever merciful, and 8 I am feeble and sore smitten 3 lendleth: and his seed is blessed.

have roa ed for the very disquietness of 27 Fleefren evil, and do the thing that my heart is good, and duell for evermore.

9 Lord, thou knowest all my desire; 28 For the Lord loveth the thing thal and my gronning is not hid from thee. is right : he forsaketh not be that be 10 My heart panteth, my strength godly, but they are preserved for ever. hath failed me and the sight of mine

29 The unrighteous shall be punished : eyes is gone from me as for the seed of the ungodly, it shall be 11 My lovers and my neighbours did rooted out

stand looking upon my trouble, and my 30 The righteous shall inherit the land, kinsmen stood alar off und dwell therein for ever.

12 They also that sought after my life, 31 l'he mouth of the righteous is ex. laid snares for me and they that went ercised in wisdom, and his longue will be about to do me evil, talked or wicked. talking of judgment

ness, and imagined deceit all the day 32 The law of his God is in his heart, long and his goings shall not slide

13 As for me, I was like a deaf man, 33 The ungodly seeth the righteous, and heard not; and as one that is dumb, and seei eth ocasion to slay him.

who doth not open his mouth 34 The Lord will not leave him in his 14 I became even as a man that hear nand, or condemn him when he is eth not, and in whose mouth are no re. judged

proofs 35 tope thou in the Lord, and keep 15 Form thee, O Lord, have I put my his way, and he shall promote thee, that trust, thou shalt answer for me, O thou shalt possess the land : when the Lord, my God ungodly shall perish, viou shalt see it. 16 I have required that they, even

36 I myself have seen the ungodly is mine enemies, should not triumph over great power, and flourishing like a green me; for when my foot slipe, they rebay.ree

joiced greatly against me 37 I went by, and lo, he was gone ; 1 17 And I truly am set in the plague, sought bim, but his place could no where and my heaviness is ever in my sight : he found

1) For I will confess my wickedness, 3- Kerp innocency, and take heed unto and be sorry for my sin the thing that is right for that shall 19 But mine enemies live, and are bring a man peace at the last.

mighty; and they that hate me wrong 39 As for the transgressors, they shall fully are many in number perish together, and the end of the un. 20 They also that reward evul for good godly in, they shall be rooled out at the are against me because I follow the

thing that good is 40 But the salvation of the nighteous 21 Forsake me not, O Lord, my God; cometh of the Lord, who is also their be not thou far from me. strength wu the time of trouble

22 Huste thee to help me, O Lord, 41 And the Lord shall stand by them, God of iny salvation And save them, he shall deliver them Pealm 39 Diat, Custodiam. from the ungodly, and shall save them, SAID, I will take heed to my ways, because they put their trust in him.

that I offend not in my tongue

2 I will keep my mouth as it were with The eighth Day.

a bridle, while the ungodly is in my MORNING PRAYER

sight Psalm 38. Domine, ne in furore. 3 I held my tou que, and spake noPUT me not to rebuke, O Lord, in thing I kept silence, yea, even from

thine anger; beither chusten me in good words; but it was pain and griel by heavy displeasure :

I to ine.

4 My heart was hot within me and will, () my God: I am content to do it: while I was thus musing the fire kindled, 1 yea thy law is within my heart and at the last 1 spake with my tongue !! I have declared thy righteousness in

5 Lord, let me know my end, and the the great congregation lo. I will not number of my days, that may be cer. refrain my lips, O Lord, and that thou tified how long I have to live

knowest 6 Behold, thou hast made my days as 12 I have not hid thy righteousness it were a span long, an mine age is even within my heart, my talk hath een of as nothing in respect of ther, and veri. | thy truth, and of thy salvation ly every man living is altogether vanity: 13 have not kept back thy loving

7 For man walketh in vain shadow, mercy and truth from the great congreand disquieteth himself in vain; he gation heapet up riches, and cannot tell who 14 Withdraw nut thou thy merry from shall gather them

me, O Lordlet thy loving kindness and 8 And now, Lord, what is my hope ? thy truth alway preserve me truly my hope is even in thee

15 For innumerable troubles are come 9 Deliver me from all mine offences, about me. my sins have taken such hold and make me not a rebuke unto the upon me, that I am not able to look up: foolish.

yea, they are more in number than the 10 I became dun, and opened not hairs of my head, and my heart hath my mouth; for it was thy doing

failed me. 11 Take thy plague away from me: I 16 O Lord, let it be thy pleasure to de am even consumed by the means of thy liver me: make haste, O Lord, to help heavy hand.

me 12 'When thou with rebukes dost chas! 17 Let thein be ashames, and con ten man for sin, thou makest his beauty founded together, that seek after my soul to consume away, like as it were a moth to destroy il. let them be driven backfretting a garment: every man therefore ward, and put to rebuke. that wish me is but vanity

evil. 13 Hear my prayer O Lord, and with 18 Let them be desolate, and rewarded thine ears consider my calling: hold not with shame, that say unto me. Fie upon thy peace at my tears

thee. fie upon thee 14 For I am a stranger with thee, and a 19 Let all those that seek thee, be joy. sojourner, as all my fathers were

ful and glad in thee, and let such as 15 O spare me a little, that I may re love thy salvation, say alway. The Lord cover my strength, before I go hence, and be praised be no more seen

20 As for me, I am poor and needy

but the Lord careth for me Psalm 40. Fa pertans eu petani

21 Thou art my helper and redeemer ) T WAITED patiently forbe Lori, and make no long larrying, O my God The inclined unto me, and heard my


Psalm 41 Bentus qui intellige, 2 He brought me also out of the horri. IPLESSED is he that considereth the ble pit, out of the mire and clay, and set D poor and neerly; the Lord shall demy feet upon the rock, and ordered my liver him in the time of trouble goings

2 The Lord preserve him, and keep 3 And he hath put a new song in my him alive. that he may be blessed upon mouth, even thanksgiving unto our carth; anu deliver not thou him into the God.

will of his enemies 4 Many shall see it, and tear, and shall 3 The Lord comfort him when he leth put their trust in the Lord

sick upon his bed : make thou all his 5 Blessed is the man that hath set his bed in his strkness hope in the Lord, and turned not unto the 4said, Lord, be merciful unto me; proud, and to such as go about with lies heal my soul, for I have sinned against

6 O Lord, my God. great are the won. drous works which thou hast done : lik 5 Mine enemies speak evil ou me: os be also thy thoughts, which are to us. When shall he die, and his name prish ? ward, and yet there is no man that ar. 6 And if he come to see me, be speaketh dereth them unto thee

vanity, and his heart conceiveth false. 7 If I should declare them, and speak hood within himself; and when he romof them, they should be more than I am eth forth, he telleth it able to express

7 A' mine enemies whisper, together 8 Sacrifice and neat-offering thou against me, even against me do they wouldest not but inine ears hast thou imagine this vil opened

A Let the sentence of guiltiness pro9 Bunit-offerings and sacrifice for sin ceed aguinst him, and now that he lieth, bast thou not required then said I, Lo. let him rise up no more I come

9 Yea pren mine own familiar friend 10 in the volume of the book it is whom I trusted, who did also eat of my written of me, that I should fulfil thy I bread, hath laid great wait for me

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