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Dress: incline thine ear unto me, and save unto thee; and so will my soul, whom one

thou hast delivered. ? Be thou my strong bold, whereunto 22 My tongue shall also talk of thy 1 may alway resort : thou hast promised righ cousness all the day long, for they to help ine, fo, thou art my house of de are confounded and brought unto shame, fence, and my castle.

thal seek to do me evil 3 Deliver me, O my God, out of the hand of the ungodly, out of the hand of

Psalın 72 Deus, judicium the unrighteous and cruel man

IVE the king thy judgments, O God, 4 For thou, O Lord God, art the thing and thy righteousness unto the that I long for thou art my hope, even kings son. from my youth

2 'l'her shall he judge thy people ac5 Through thee have I been holden up cording unto right, and defend the ever since 1 as born thou art he that! poor. touk me out of my mother's womb: my 3 The mountains also shall bring peace, praise shall be a ways of the

and the liv le hilis nghteousness unto 6 I am become as it were a monster the people unto many. but my sure trust is in thee 4 He shall keep the simple folk by their 70 let my mouth be filled with thy right, defend the children of the poor, praise, that I may sing of thy glory and and punish the wrong doer honour all the day long

5 they shall fear ihee as long as the & Cast me not away in the time of age; sun and moon endureth, from one gene. forsake me not when my strength faileth ration to another me :

6 He shall come down like the rain into 9 For me enemies speak against me a feece of wool, even as the drops that and they that lay ait for my soul take water the earth. their counsel together, saying, God hath 7 In his tine shall the righteous flour. fofsaken him ; persecute hin, and take ish; yea, and abundar.ce of peace, so bim ; for there is none to deliver hin long as the moon endureth

10 Go not far from me. ( God; my His dominion shall be also from the God, baste thee to help me.

one sea to the other, and from the flood 11 Let them be con ounded and perish, unto the world's end. that are against my soul ; let them be 9 They that dwell in the wildeniess covered with shame and dishonour, that shall kneel before him ; his enemies shall seek to do ine evil

lick the dust 12 As for me. I will patiently abide 10 The kings of Tharsis and of the isles alway, and will praise thee more and shall give presents; the kings of Arabia more

and Saba shall bring gifts 13 My mouth shall daily speak of thy 11 All kings shall fall down betore him; righteousness and salvation : for I know all nations shall do hun service GO end thereof

12 For he shall deliver the poor when 14 I will go forth in the strength of the he crierb: the needy also, and him that Lord God, and will make mention of the hath no helper righteousness only

13 He shall be favourable to the sim15 hou, O God, hast laught me rom ple and needy and shall preserve the my youth up until now, thereiore will i souls of the poor tell of thy wondrous works

14 le shall deliver their souls from 16 Forsake me vot, God, in nime old falsehood and wrong; and dear shall age, when I am grey headel, until I have their blood be in his sight showed thy strength unto this genera 15 He shall live, and unto him shall tion, and thy power to all them that are be given of the gold of Arabia ; prayer yet for to come

shall be made ever unto him, and daily 17 Thy righteousness, O God, is very shall he be praised high, and great things are they that thou 16 There shall be an heup of corn in hast done () God, who is like unto the earth. high upon the hills; his fruit

shall shake like Libanus, and shall be 1A () what great troubles and adversi green in the nity like grass upon the ties bast thou showed me and yet didst earth thou turn and refresh me, yea, and 17 His name shall endure for ever; his broughtest me from the deep of the earth name shall remain under the sun amongst again

the posterities, which shall be blessed 19 Thou hast brought me to great through him; and all the heathen shall honour and comforted me on every I praise him. side

TE Blessed be the Lord God, even the 20 therefore will I praise thee, and God of Israel, which only worth won. thy faithfulness, O God. playing upoudrous things; An instrumente music: unto thee will 19 And blessed be the name of his I sing upon the ha p, thou Holy One majesty for ever : and all the earth shad of larael.

be filled with his Majesty. Amea, 21 My lips will be fain when I sing | Amen.

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EVENING PRAYER

God is the strength of my heart, and my Psalm 73 Quam bonus Israel

portion for ever

26 For lo, they that forsake thee shall TRULY God is loving unto Israel; perish: thou hast destroyed all them that

I even unto such as are of a clean commit fornication against thee heart.

27 But it is good for me to bold me 2 Nevertheless, my feet were almost fast by God, to put my trust in the gone, my treadings had well nigh slipt. Lord God, and to speak of all thy works

3 And why? I was grieved at the in the gates of the daughter of Sion wicked: 1 do also see the ungodly in Psalm 74 it quis, Deus such prosperity

GD, wherefore art thou absent 4 For they are in no peril of death: from us so long why is thy hut art lusty and strong.

wrath so hot against the sheep of thy 5 They come in no misfortune like other folk ; neither are they plagued like 12 think upon thy congregation, other men

whom thou hast purchased, and redeem6 And this is the cause that they are so ed of old. holden with pride, and overwhelined with 3 Think upon the tribe of thine inher. cruelty

Atance, and mount Sion wherein thou 7 Their eyes swell with fatness, and hast dwelt they do even what they lust.

4 Lift up thy feet, that thou mayest 8 They corrupt other, and speak of utterly destroy every enemy, which hath wicked blasphemy: their talking is done evil in thy sanctuary against the Most High

5 Thine adversaries roar in the midst 9 For they stretch forth their mouth of thy congregations, and set up their into the heaven, and their tongue goeth banners for tokens. through the world.

6 He that hewed timber afore out of the 10 Therefore fall the people into them, thick trees, was known to bring it to an and thereont suck they no small advan excellent work ; Lage.

7 But now they break down all the 11 Tush, say they, how should God carved work thereof with axes and ham perceive it? is there knowledge in the mers Most High ?

8 They have set fire upon thy holy 12 Lo, these are the ungodly these places, and have defiled the dwelling prosper in the world, and these have place of thy name..even unto the ground. riches in possession and I said. Then 9 Yea. they said in thrir hearts. Let us have I cleansed my heart in vain, and make havock of them altogether Thus washed niine hands in innocency

have they burnt up all the houses of God 13 All the day long have I been pun. in the land. ished, and chastened every morning

We see not our to ens; there is not 14 Yea, and i had almost said even as one prophet more ; no, not one is there they ; but lo, then I should have con among us, that understandeth any more demned the generation of thy hildren. 11 God, how long shalt the adversa.

15 Then thought I to understand this; ry do this dishonour how long shall the but it was too haru for me,

enemy blaspheme thy name for ever? 16 Unti! I went into the sanctuary of 12 Why withdrawest thou thy hand ? God then understood I the end of these why pluckest thou not thy right hand men;

out of thy bosom, to consunie the ene 17 Namely, bow thou dost set them in my? slippery places, and castest them down 13 For God is my King of old ; the and destroyesi them

help that is done upon earth, he doeth it 18 ( hou suddenly do they consume, himselt perish, and come to a fearful end!

14 Thou didst clivide the sea through 19 Yea, even like as a dream when one thy power : thou breakest the heads of awaketh, so shalt thou make their image the dragons in the waters to vanish out of the city

15 Thou smolest the heads of Levia20 l'hus my heart was grieved, and it than in preces, and gavest him to be meat went even through my reins

for the jeople in the wilderness 21 So foolish was l. and ignorant, even 16 Thou broughtest out fountains, and As it were a beast before thee

waters out of he hard rocks : thou dri. 22 Nevertheless. I am alsay by thee; edst up mighty waters for thou hast holden me by my right 17 The day is thme. and the night is band

thine : thou hast prepared the ligh: and 23 Thou shall guide me with thy the sun. counsel. and after that receive me with I Thou hast sel all the borders of the glory

earth; thou hast made summer and 24 Whom have I in heaven but thee? | winter and there is nune upon earth that I de. 119 Remember this. ( Lord, how the sire in comparison of thee.

enemy bath rebuked ; and how the fool. 25 My flesh and my heart faileth; but ish people hath blasphemed thy name,

20 () deliver not the soul of thy turtle. Thou didst cause thy judgment to dove unto the multitude of the enemies : be heard from heaven; the earth tremand forget not the congregation of the bled, and was still, poor for ever.

9 When God a rose to judgment, and to 21 Look upon the covenant for all help all the meek upon earth the earth is full of darkness and cruel 10 'The fierceness of man shall turn to habitations

thy praise, and the ferreness of them 22 let not the simple go away asha shalt thou refrain. med; but let the poor and needy give 11 Promise unto the Lord your God, praise unto thy name

and keep it, all ye that are roumd about 23 Arise, O God, maintain thine own him; bring presents unto him that cause : remember how the foolish man | ought to be feared blasphemeth thee daily

1 2 'fe shall rei'rain the spirit of princes, 24 Forget not the voice of thine ene and is wonderful among the kings of the mies the presumption of them that hate earth thee increaseth ever more and more.

Psalm 77. foce men ad Dominum.

T WILL cry unto God with my voice ; The Afteenth Day.

even unto God will I cry with my MORNING PRAYER,

voice, and be shall hearken unto me

2 In the time of my trouble I sought Psalm 75. Conftehimur tibt.

the Lord, my sore ran, and ceased not TINTO thee, O God, do we give in the night-season; my soul refused

thanks yea, unto thee do we give comfort thanks

3 When I am in heaviness, I will think 2 Thy name also is so nigh; and that upon God; when my heart is vexed, I do thy wondrous works derlare

will coman 3 When I receive the congregation, I 4 Thou holdest mine eyes waking: I shall judge according unto right.

am so feeble that I cannot speak 4 The earth is weak, and all the inhab. | 5 I have considered the days of old, ftants thereof: I bear up the pillars of it, and the years that are past

5 I said unto the fools, Deal not so I call to remembrance my song, and madly and to the ungodly, Set not up in the night I commune with mine own your horn

heart, ana search out my spirits 6 Set not up your horn on high, and 1. Will the Lord absent himself for speak not with a stiff neck:

ever, and will he be no more intreated ? 7 For promotion cometh neither from Als his mercy clean gone for ever ; the east, nor from the west, nor yet from and is his promise come ulterly to an the south.

end for evermore? 8 And why? God is the Judge: he put. 9 Hath God torgotten to be gracious; teth down one, and setteth up another and will he shut up his loving kindness

9 For in the hand of the Lord the e is in displeasure ? a cus, and the wine is red: it is full 10 And I said. It is mine uwn infirmi. mixt, and he poureth out of the same ty; but I will remember the years of

10 As for the dregs thereof, all the un. the right hand of the Most Highest. godly of the earth shall drink them, and 11 I will remember the works of the suck them out

Lord, and call to mind the wonders of 11 But I will talk of the God of Jacoby old time and praise him for ever

12 I will think also of all thy works, 12 All the hurms of the ungodly also and my talking shall be of thy doings will I break, and the horns of the right 13 Thy way, o Gorl, is holy: who is cous shall be exalted

so great a God as our God?

14 Thou art the God that doeth won. Psalm 76. Votus in Judæa.

ders, and hast declared thy power among TN Jury is God known; his name is the people. I great in Israel

15 Thou hast inightily delivered thy 2 At Salem is his tabernacle, and his people, even the sons of Jacob and dwelling in Sion.

Joseph 3 There brake he the arrows of the 16''The waters saw thee, O God, the bow, the shield, the sword, and the bat. water's saw thee, and were afraid ; the tle.

depths also were troubled 4 Thou art of more honour and might 17 The clouds poured out water, the than the hills of the robbers

air thundered, and thine arrows went 5 The proud are robbed; they have abroad alept their sleep; and all the men whose 19 The voice of thy thunder was heard hands were mighty, have found nothing. round about the lightnings shone upon

6 At thy rebuke, () God of Jacob, both the ground; the earth was moved, and the chariot and horse are fallen.

shook withal 7 Thou, even thou art to be feared ; 19 Thy way is in the sent, and thy and who may stand in thy sight, when paths in the great waters, and thy fout thou art angry?

steps are not knowil.

20 Thou leddest thy people like sheep, wroth; so the fire was kindled in Jacob. by the hand of Moses and Aaron.

and there came up heavy displeasure

against Israel; EVENING PRAYER

23 Because they believed ont in God, Psalm 78. Attendite, popule. and put not their trust in his help LEAR my law, O my people ; in 24 So he commanded the clouds above, Il cline your ears unto the words of and opened the doors of heaven. my month

25 raineu down Manna also upon 2 I will open my mouth in a parable ; them for to eat, and gave them food from I will declare hard sentences of old, beaven

3 Which we have heard and known, 26 So man did eat angel's food for he and such as our fathers have told ris sent them meal enough.

4 That we should not hide then from 27 He caused the east wind to blos the children of the generations to come ; under heaven; and through his power be but to show the honour of the Lord, his brought in the south west wind mighty and wonderful works that he 12 He rained flesh upon them as thick hath done

as dust, and feathered fowls like as the 5 He made a covenant with Jacob, and sand of the sea. gave Israel a law, which he commanded 29 He let it fall among their tents, even our forefathers' to teach their children | round about their habitation.

6 That their posterity might know it, 30 So they did eat and were well filled; and the children which are yet uoborn; | for he gave them their own desire: they

7 To the intent that when they came were not disappointed or their lust top. they might show their children the 31 But while the meat was yet in their same:

mouths, the heavy wrath of God came 8 That they might put their trust in upon them, and slew the wealthiest u God; and not to forget the works of them ; yea, and smote down the chosen God, but to keep his commandments; men that were in Israel.

9 And not to be as their forefathers, a 32 But for all this, they sinned yet faithless and stubborn generation; a

more and believed not his wondrous generation that set not their heart aright, works and whose spirit cleaveth not steadfastly 33 Therefore their days did he con. unto God;

suine in vanity, and their years in trou. JO Like as the children of Ephraim; 1 ble. who being harnessed, and carrying bows, 134 When he slew them, they sought turned themselves back in the day of hin, and turned them early, and inquirbattle.

ed after God They kept not the covenant of God, 35 And they remembered that God was and would not walk in his law;

their strength, and that the high God was 12 But forgat what he had done, and their Redeemer. the wonderful works that he had showed 36 Nevertheless, they did but fatter him for them

with their mouth, and dissembled with 13 Marvellous things did he in the him in their tongue. sight of our forefathers, in the land of 37 For their heart was not whole with Eggpl, even in the field of Zoan. him, neither continued they steadfast in

14 He divided the sea. and let them his covenant go through; be made the waters to 39 But he was so merciful, that he for. stand on an heap.

gave their misderds, and destroyed them 15 In th“ day time also be led them not. with a cloud, and all the night through 39 Yea, many a time turned he his with a light of fire

wrath away and would not suffer his 16 He clave the hard rocks in the wil. whole displeasure to arise derness, and gave them drink thereof, as 40 For he considered that they were it had been out of the great depth.. but flesh, and that they were even a wind

17 He brought waters out of the stony that passeth away, and cometh not rock, so that it gusbed out like the rivers. again.

19 Yet for all this, they sinned more 41 Many a time did they provoke him against him, and provoked the Most in the wilderness, and grieved him in the Highest in the wilderness

desert 19 They tempted God in their hearts, 42 They turred back, and tempted and required ment for their lust.

God; and move, the Holy (ne in Israel. 20 'They spake against God also, say. 43 They thought not of his hand, and ing, Shall God prepare a table in the will of the day when he delivered them from derness?

the hand of the enemy. 21 e smote the stony rock indeed, 44 How he had wrought his mincles that the water gushed out, and the in Egypt, and his wonders in the field of streams flowed withal : but can he give bread also, or provide flesh for bis peo. 45 He turned their waters into blood, ple?

so that they might not drink of the rivers. 22 When the Lord heard this, he was l 46 He sent líce among them, and de

voured them up, and frogs to destroy 70 And there be built his temple on them

high, and laid the foundation of it like 47 He gave their fruit unto the cater. the ground which he hath made contin. pillar, and their labour unto the grass. ually hopper.

71 He chose David also his servant, 4 He destroyed their vines with hail. and took him away from the sheep-folds : alonesand their mulberry trees with the 72 As he was following the ewes great frost

with young ones, he took him, that he 49 He smote their cattle also with hail. might feed Jacob his people, and Israel stones, and their flocks with hot tbun. his inheritance. der-bolts.

73 So he fed them with a faithful and 50 He cast upon them the furiousness true beart, and ruled them prudently of his wrath, anger, displeasure, and with all his power. trouble and sent evil angels among them.

The sixteenth Day. 51 He made a way to his indignation,

MORNING PRAYER. and spared not their soul from death; but gave their life over to the pestilence;

Psalm 79. Deus, venerunt. 52 And smote all the first born in GOD, the heathen are come into Egye, the most principal and mightiest thine inheritance ; thy holy temple in the dwellings of Ham

have they defiled, and made Jerusalem 53 But as for his own people, he led an heap of stones them forth like sheep. and carried them 2 The dead bodies of thy servants have in the wilderness like a flock

they given to be meat unto the fowls of 54 He brought them out safely, that the air, and the Nesh of thy saints unto they should not fear, and overwhelmed the beasts of the land their enemirs with the sea.

3 Their blood have they shed like water 55 And brought them within the bor. on every side of Jerusalem, and there ders of his sanctuary, even to his moun. was no man to bury them tain, which he purchased with his right 4 We are berome in open shame to our band.

enemies, a very scorn and derision unto 56 He cast out the heathen also before them that are round about us them, caused their land to be Jivided 5 Lord, how long wilt thou be angry? among them for an heritage, and made shall thy jealousy burn like fire for ever ? the tribes of Israel to dwell in their tents 6 Pour out thine indignation upon the

57 So they tempted and displeased the heathen that have sot known thee; and most high God, and kept not his testi. upon the kingdoms that have not rallel monies ;

upon thy name : 5 But turned their backs, and fell 7 For they have devoured Jacob, and away like their forefathers; starting laid waste his dwelling-place. aside like a broken bow

R O remember not our old sins, but 59 For they grieved him with the have merer ipon us, and that soon ; for Dill-altars, and provoked him to displea we are cor.cio great misery sure with their images

9 Help us, o God of our salvation, for 60 When God heard this, he was wroth, the glory of thy name : deliver us, and and took sore displeasure at Israel he merciful unto our sins, for thy name's

61 So that he forsook the tabernacle in sake Silo, even the tent that he had pitched 10 Wherefore do the heathen say, among men

Where is now the God? 62 Te delivered their power into cap 11 O let the vengeance of thy servants' tivity, and their beauty into the enemies' blood that is shed, be openly showed har

upon the heathen, in our sight. 53 te gave his people over also unto 12 ( let the sorrowful sigling of the the sword, and was wroth with his in prisoners come before thee, according heritance.

to the greatness of thy power, preserve 64 Che fire consumed their young men, thou those that are appointed to die. and their maidens were not given to 13 And for the blasphemy wherewith marriage.

our neighbours have blasphemed thee, 65 Their priests were slain with the reward Ul.ou them. O Lord, seven-fold sword, and there were no widows to into their bosom. make lamentation

14 So we that are thy people, and sheep 66 So the Lord awaked as one out of of thy pasture, shall give thee thanks for sleep, and like a giant refreshed with wine. ever, and will alway be showing forth 67 He smote his enemies in the hinder thy praise from generation

thy praise from generation to generation, parts, and put them to a perpetual shame

Psalm 80. Qui regis Israel. 62 te refused the tabernacle of Jo. UTEAR, O thou Shepherd op larsel, seph, and chose not the tribe of Ephraim; n thou that leadest Joseph like a

69 But chose the tribe of Judah, even sheep; show thysell also, thou that sii. the hill of Sion, which he loved.

test upon the Cherubim :

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