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them abroad among the people, the strength of my head : Judah and put them down, Ó Lord is my law giver; our defence.
8 Moab is my wash-pot; over 12 For the fin of their mouth, Edom will I cast out my shoe : and for the words of their lips, Philistia, be thou glad of me. they mall be taken in their 9 Who will lead me into the pride : and why? their preach trong city : who will bring me ing is of cursing and lies. into Edom?
13. Confume. them in thy 10 Halt not thou cast us out, wrath, consume them, that they O God: wilt not thou, O God, may perish : and know that it is go out with our hosts? God that ruleth in Jacob, and II O be thru our help in trouunto the ends of the world. ble : for vain is the help of man.
14 And in the evening they 12 Through God will we do will return : grin like a dog, great acts : for it is he that shall and will go about the city. tread down our enemies.
15 They will run here and there for meat : and grudge if
PSAL. 61. Exaudi, Denks. they be not satisfied.
EAR my crying, O God: 16 As for me, I will ging of thy power, and will praise thy will I call upon thee : when my
2 From the ends of the earth mercy betimes in the morning : heart is in heaviness. for thou hast been my defence and refuge in the day of my that is higher than I : for
3 O set me up upon the rock trouble.
.17 Unto thee, O my Strength, halt been my hope, and a strong will I sing : for thou, o God, tower for me against the enemy. art my refuge, and my merciful
4 I will dwell in thy taberGod.
nacle for ever : and my trust
Thall be under the covering of PSAL. 60. Deus, repulifli nos.
thy wings. O
5 For thou, O Lord, halt and scattered us abroad : heard my desires : and hart givthou hast also been displeased ; en an heritage unto those that O turn thee unto us again. fear thy Name.
2 Thou hast moved the land 6 Thou malt grant the King and divided it : heal the fores a long life: that his years may thereof; for it Thaketh.
endure throughout all genera3 Thou hast Thewed thy peo- tions. ple heavy things : thou haft give 7 He shall dwell before God en us a drink of deadly wine. for ever : 0 prepare thy Joy.
4 Thou haft given a token for ing mercy and faithfulness, that fuch as fear thee : that they may they may preserve him. triumph because of the truth. 8 So will I always fing praile
$ Therefore were thy beloved unto thy Name : that I may delivered : help me with thy daily perform my vows. right hand, and hear me.
6 God hath Spoken in his ho. MORNING PRAYER. liness, I will rejoice and divide Sichem: and mete out the val
PSAL. 62. Nonne Deo ley of Succoth.
upon : him naires is mine : Ephraim alfo is cometh my salvation,
Fesilead is mine, and Ma. Mypforul
truly waiteth Ail
2. He verily is my strength thee in holiness : that I might and my salvation : he is my de- behold thy power and glory. fence, so that I mall not greatly 4 For thy loving. kindness is
better than the life itself : my 3 How long will ye imagine lips shall praise thee. mischief against every man : ye $ As long as I live will I magThall be nain all the fort of you; nify thee on this manner : and yea, as a tottering wall Mall yé lift up my hands in thy Name. be, and like a broken hedge. 6 My soul shall be fatisfied
4 Their device is only how even as it were with marrow to put him out whom God will and fatness : when iny mouth exalt : their delight is in lies; praiseth thee with joyful lips. they give good words with their 7 Have I not remembered mouth, but curse with their thee in my bed : and thought heart.
upon thee when I was wak5 Nevertheless, my soul, wait ing? thou still upon God : for my
8 Because thou hast been my hope is in him.
helper : therefore under the sha6 He truly is my strength dow of thy wings will I rejoice, and my salvation : he is my de. 9 My soul hangeth upon thee; fence, so that I shall not fall. thý right hand bath upholden
7 In God is my health and me. my glory : the rock of my Io There also that seek the might, and in God is my trust. hurt of my soul : they thall go
8) put your trust in him al- under the earth. way, ye people : pour out your I Let them fall upon the hearts before him, for God is edge of the sword : that they our hope.
may be a portion for foxes. 9 As for the children of men, 12 But the King shall rejoice they are but vanity : the chil- in God; all they also that swear dren of men are deceitful upon by him, mall be commended : the weights, they are altoge for the mouth of them that ther lighter than vanity itself. speak lies Mall be stopped.
10 O trust not in wrong and PSAL, 64. Exaudi, Deus. robbery ; give not yourselves un EAR my voice, O God, in to vanity: if riches increase, fet not your heart upon them.
life from fear of the enemy. God (pake once, and twice 2 Hide me from the gatherI have also heard the fame : thát ing together of the froward : power belongeth unto God;
and from the infurrection of 12 And that thou, Lord, art wicked doers; merciful : for thou rewardest
Who have whet their tongue every man according to his like a sword : and shoot out work,
their arrows, even bitter words; PSAL. 63. Deus, Deus meus. 4 That they may privily shoot: God, thou art my Gods at him that is perfe&t : suddenly
do they hit him, and fear not. 2 My soul thirsteth for thee,
5 They encourage themselves my Aesh also longeth after thee : in mischief : and commune ain a barren and dry land, where mong themselves how they may no water is.
lay snares; and say, That no 3 Thus have I looked for man shall see them,
6 They imagine wickedness, Thall be afraid at thy tokens : and practise it that they keep thou that makeit the out-goings fecret among themselves, every of the morning and evening to man in the deep of his heart. praise thee.
7 But God shall suddenly snoot 9 Thou visitest the earth, and at them with a swift arrow : blefrest it: thou makeft it very that they shall be wounded. plenteous.
8 Yea, their own.tongues shall 10 The river of God is full make them fall : infomuch that of water : thou preparest their whoso seeth them, Mall laugh corn, for so thou provideft for them to scorn.
the earth. 9 And all men that see it, shall 11 Thou watereft her furrows, Lay, This hath God done : for thou sendeft rain into the little they mall perceive that it is his valleys thereof : thou makeft it work,
soft with the drops of rain, and Jo The righteous Mall rejoice blesseft the increase of it. in the Lord, and put his trust in 12 Thou crowneft the year him : and all they that are true with thy goodness : and thy of heart Thall be glad.
clouds drop fatness.
13 They mall drop upon the
dwellings of the wilderness ; EVENING PRAYER. and the little hills Mall rejoice PSAL. 65. Te decet bymnus. on every side. THOU, O God, art praised
14 The folds thall be full of
the valleys also shall the vow be performed in Jeru. itand so thick with corn, that falem.
they Mall laugh and fing. 2 Thou that hearest the prayer : PSAL. 66. Jubilate Deo. unto thee Thall all fled come. 3 My misdeeds prevail against o Pan joyful in God, all ye
lands : fing praises unto me : O be thou merciful unto the honour of his Name, make our fins.
his praise to be glorious. 4 Blessed is the man whom 2 Say unto God, O how won. thou choosest, and receivert un- derful art thou in thy works : to thee : he mall dwell in thy through the greatness of the court, and shall be satisfied with power shall thine enemies be the pleasures of thy house, even found liars unto thee. of thy holy temple.
3 For all the world shall wor. 5 Thou malt" new us won thip thee : ling of thee, and derful things in thy righteour praise thy Name. ness, O God of our salvation : 4 O come hither, and behold thou that art the hope of all the the works of God: how wonends of the earth, and of them derful he is in iis doing toward that remain in the broad sea. the children of men !
6 Who in his strength setreth 5 He turned the sea into dry fast the mountains : and is gird- land : so that they went through cd about with power,
the water on foot; there did we 7 Who Itilleth the raging of rejoice thereof. the sea : and the noise of his 6 He ruleth with his power waves, and the madness of the for ever; his eyes behold the people.
people and such as will not 8'They also that dwell in the believe, shall not be able to ex . Determoit parts of the earth alt themselves,
upon our loins.
27 O praise our God, ye. peo 40 let the nations rejoice and ple: and make the voice of his he glad : for thou falt judge praise to be heard ;
the folk righteously, and govern 8 Who holdeth our soul in life: the nations upon earth. and suffereth not our feet to flip. 5 Let the people praise thee,
9 For thou, O God, haft prov- o God : let all the people praise ed us : thou also haft tried us thee. like as filver is tried.
6 Then Ihall the earth bring 10 Thou broughtest us into forth her increase : and God, the fnare : and laideft trouble even our own God, thall give
us his blessing. Mr Thou sufferedst men to 7 God shall bless us : and all ride over our heads :.we went the ends of the world shall fear through fire and water, and him. thou broughtest us out into a wealthy place.
MORNING PRAYER. 12 I will go into thine house PSAL. 68. Exurgat Deus. with burnt-offerings : and will
ET God arise, and let his pay thee my vows, which I pro enemies be scattered : let mised with my lips, and spake them also that hate him fee with my mouth when I was in before him. trouble,
2 Like as the smoke vanish13 I will offer unto thee fat eth, so shalt thou drive them burnt-facrifices, with the in. away : and like as wax melteth cense of rams: I will offer bul.
at the fire, fo let the ungodly locks and goats.
perish at the presence of God. 14 O come hither and heark
3. But let the righteous be en all ye that fear God : and glad, and rejoice before God : I will tell you what he hath let them also be merry and done for my soul.
joyful. 15 I called unto him with my 4 O sing unto God, and fing mouth : and gave him praises praises unto his Name : magwith my tongue.
nify him that rideth upon the 16 If I incline unto wicked- heavens, as it were upon an ness with mine heart : the Lord' horse; praise him in his Name will not hear me,
JAH, and rejoice before him. 17 But God hath heard me :
5 He is a Father of the faand considered the voice of my therless, and defendeth the cause prayer.
of the widows : even God in 18 Praised be God, who hath his holy habitation. not cast out my prayer :
6 He is the God that maketh turned his mercy from me. men to be of one mind in an
PSAL. 67. Deus misereatur. house, and bringesh the prisonG:
OD be merciful unto us,' ers out of captivity : but letteth
and bless us : and Mew us the runagates continue in scarce." the light of his countenance, ness. and be merciful unto us.
70 God, when thou wentest 2 That thy way may be known forth before the people : when upon earth' : thy saving health thou wenteft through the wilamong all nations.
derness; 3 Let the people praise thee, 8 The earth shook, and the O God : yea, let all the people leavens dropped at the presence praise thee.
of God : even as Sinai allo was
for the poor.
moved at the presence of God, God is the Lord, by whom we who is the God of Israel.
escape death. 9 Thou, O God, fentest a 2i God shall wound the head gracious rain upon thine inhe- of his enemies : and the hairy ritance : and refreshedst it when scalp of such a one as goeth on it was weary.
still in his wickedness. 10 Thy congregation Mall 22 The Lord hath said, I will dwell therein : for thou, O God, bring my people again, as I did haft of thy goodness prepared from Baran : mine own will I
bring again, as I did sometime ni The Lord gave the word : from the deep of the sea ; great was the company of the 23 That thy foot may be eachers.
dipped in the blood of thine ene12 Kings with their armies' mies : and that the tongue of did fee and were discomfited: thy dogs may be red through and they of the houshold divid- the same. ed the spoil.
24 It is well feen, O God, how 13 Though ye have lien aë thou goeft : how thou, my God morig the pots, yet shall ye and King, goeft in the sanctuary. be as the wings of a dove : 25. The singers go before, the that is covered with fiver minstrels follow after : in the wings, and her feathers like midst are the damsels playing gold.
with the timbrels. 14. When the Almighty scat 26 Give thanks, O Ifrael, un. tered kings for their fake : then to God the Lord in the congrewere they as white as snow in gations : from the ground of the Salmon.
heart. 15 As the hill of Basan, ro 27 There is little Benjamin is God's hill : even an high hill, their ruler, and the princes of as the bill of Balan.
Judah their council : the princes 16 Why hop ye fo, ye high of Zabulon, and the princes of hills ? this is God's hill, in the Nephthali. which it pleaseth him to dwell : 28 Thy God hath sent forth yea, the Lord will abide in it for strength for thee : ftablish the
thing, O God, that thou hast 17 The chariots of God are wrought in us, twenty thousand, even thou
29 For thy temple's fake at sands of angels : and the Lord Jerusalem : To Mall kings bring is among them, as in the holy presents unto thee. place of Sinai,
30 When the company of the 18. Thou art gone up on high, spear. men, and multitude of the thou hast led captivity captive, mighty are scattered abroad aand received gifts for men : yea, mong the beasts of the people, even for thine enemies, that the fo that they humbly bring pieces Lord God might dwell among of filver : and when he hath them.
scattered the people that delight 19 Praised' be the Lord daily: in war;. even the God who helpeth us, 31 Then fall the princes and poureth his benefits upon come out of Egypt: the Mori
ans land mail soon ftretch out 20 He is our God, even the her hands unto God. God ef whom cometh salvation': 32 Sing unto God, o ye