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Keep thy Tongue from Evil; and tlíy Lips that they speak no Guile.

The Eyes of the Lord are over goud Men and he doth hear them when they pray.

The Lord doth save the Souls .of his Servants; and all they that put their Trust in him, fhall not want Help.

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of Words not exceeding two Syllables.

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LESSON I.
Will alway give Thanks unto the Lord; his

Praise fhall ever be in my Mouth.
My Soul shall make her Boast in the Lord :
The Humble shall hear of it, and be glad.

O praise the Lord with me: And let us bless his Name always.

I fought the Lord, and he heard me : Yea, he saved me out of all

my

Fear.

LESSON II. The Angel of the Lord standeth round them that fear hin, and saveth them.

The Lord doth order a good Man's going, and maketh his Way pleasant to him.

Though he fall, he shall not be cast off ; for the Lord keepeth him.

The Lord is nigh unto them that are of a contrite Heart: And will save such as be of an humble Spirit.

LES SON III. Thy Mercy, O Lord, reacheth unto the Heavens, and ty Truth unto ti. Clouds.

Thou, Lord, shall save both Mai and Beast.

How great is thy Mercy, O God, and the Children of Mer shall put their rult under the Shadow of thy Wings.

For with thee is the well of Life: And in thy Light shall we fee Light,

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