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* Afy Simpleness,] est * my simpleness, and my that is, my Folly, Mi
* faults are not hid from thee. ftakes, Sins of Igno
6 Let not them that trust in * Faults, ) that is, thee, O Lord God of hosts, be Greater, wilful Sins ashamed for my cause : let not
those that seek thee, be confounded through me, O Lord
God of Ifrael. 7 * Reproof, ) that is, have I suffered * reproof: shame
7 And why? fór thy fake Slander, or Reproach. See Vocabulary.
hath covered my face. 8 + Who disown me, 8 I'am become a stranger because of the averfion I
unto my brethren: evenän alien have to their Evil PraEtices.
unto my mothers childrent. 9 [The great Zeal 9 [Forthe zeal of thine house I have for the place hath even eaten me: and the and purity of thy Wor
rebukes of them that rebuked Thip, and against them who profane thy San- thee, are fallen upon me.] ctuary, is like an inward Flame that preys upon my Heart and Spirits. And I am not less concern’d to hear thy Name blarphemed, than to have the greatest Wrong done to my self.] How this was fulfilled in Christ. See John ii, 17. Rom. xv. 3.
10 I wept, and chaftened my self with fasting: and that was turned to my reproof.
II I put on fackcloth also: and they jested upon me.
12 They that fit in the gate, speak against me: and the drun
kards inake songs upon me. 13 [In a time when,
13 But, Lord, I make my as I hope and crust, ic will please thee to hear "prayer unto thee: [in an acme.]
14 Hear me, o God, in the
multitude of thy mercy: even 14 [According to thy usual faithfulnels [in the truth of thy falvation.] in saving those who 15 Take me out of the mire, serve and fear thee.] that I fink not: 0 let me be
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17 Hear me, O Lord, for
19 Draw nigh unto my soul
20 Thou hast known [my-720 [ The Slanders
21 [The Blasphemies
gion, raise in me the
greatest Agonies of
Mat. xxvii. 34.
John xix. 28, 29. gave me vinegar to drink..
23 (Let their tablé be made 23 (Ler those Plea.
which they are so fond
standing and Judgmented that they see not : and ever be clouded, and their bow thou down their backs.] Bodies bend under heavy Burdens.RO.I1.10. 25 Pour out thine indignation upon them : and let
thy wrathful displeasure take hold
of them. 26 (Let all Men re 26 [Let their habitation be nounce their Society, void : and no mañ to dwell in let' them have neither
their tents.] Friend nor Servant to dwell under the same 27 For they persecute him Roof, and let all Men whom thou hast smitten: and thun their neighbour- they talk how they may rex hood.) A&. 1. 20.
them whom thou hast wounded. 28 (Permit them to 28 Let them fall from one heap one Sin upon a
wickedness to anothers and not nother, so as never to return to amendment of come into thy righteousness. Life, or procure thy pardon.]
God's especial ( 29 Let them be wiped out Care and Providence of the book of the living: and over his people, is in Soripcurë représented not be written
not be written among the righby his keeping a Book teous. or Register of their Concepcion, Psal. CXXXIX. 15. their Birth, , Pfal. LXXXVII. 6. their
Sufferings, Pfal. LVI. This is called the Writing of the House of (Ifrael, Ezek, xiii. 9. To be
otted Out of this Book signifies the being put our of the number of his people, the losing his Favour, Ezek.xxxii. 32. See also Ifai. iv. 3.
30 As for me, when I am poor and in heaviness: thy help, O God, shalt lift me up.
31 I will praise the Name of God with a song : and magnifie it with thanksgiving.
32 This also shall please the 32 f To Sacrifice to Lord: better than t a bullock
that hath horns and hoofs.
33 The humble shall consider this and be glad : fcek ye after God, and your soul shall live. . 34 For the Lord heareth the
poor : and despiseth not (his 34 (Thore who are
under Confinement, and prisoners.]
Difficulties for his sake). 35. Let heaven and earth praise him : the sea and all that moveth therein.
36 For God will save Sion, and build the cities of Juda: that men may dwell there, and have it in poffeffion. 37 The
posterity also of his fervants shall inherit it : and they that love his Name, shall dwell therein.
A Psalm of David.
Deus in adjutorium. Pfal. LXX.
liver me: make håste to help me, O Lord.
ż Let them be ashamed and confounded, that seek after my foul: let them be turned backward and put to confusion, that wish me evil.
3. Let them, for their reward, be soon brought to shame: that cry over me, There, there,
4. But let all thofe that seek thee, be joyful and glad in thee: and let áll (such as delight in 4 [Expect, and de thy salvation,] say alway, The dence interpose for the
light to see thy Provi. Lord be praised.
good and safety of thy s As for me, I am poor and People.] in misery : haste thee unto me, O God.
6 Thou art my helper and my Redeemer: 0 Lord, make no long tarrying.
The Fourteenth Day. Morning Prayer. This Psalm cont cins Prayers, and Presages of Deliverance from some Distress, which befel the Psalmist in his old Age, toward the latter end of his Life. See ver.8.16. In te, Domine, speravi. Pfal. LXXT.
N thee, O Lord, have I put
my trust, let me never be put to confusion : but rid me, and deliver: me in thy righteousness; incline thine ear unto me, and save me.
p. 2 Be thou my strong-hold, ji. Whereunto I may alway resort:
thou hast promised to help me, for thou art my house of defence and my castle.
3 Deliver me, O my God, out of the hand of the ungodly: out of the hand of the unrighteous and cruel man.
4 For thou, O Lord God, art the thing that I long for : thou art my hope, even from my youth.
ş. Through thee have I been holden up ever since I was born:
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my mothers womb, my praise -2015 pl. socis Thall be always of thee.
6 I am become as it were a 6 + By reason of the monster unto many +: 'but mỹ greatness and Arangeness fure trust is in thee. of my Sufferings, and the Confidence I have in thee. with thy praise : that I may
70 let my mouth be filled sing of thy glory and honour all the day long
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