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Lord there is a cup, and the
wine is red: it is full mixt, and
he poureth out of the fame.
fo As for the dregs thereof:
all the ungodly of the earth
fall drink them, and fuck
them out.

11 But I will talk of the God of Jacob and praife him

for ever.


All the horns of the

Will with my

godly alfo will I break, and I voice, even unto God will

the horns of the righteous fall I cry with my voice, and he
be exalted.
fhall hearken unto me.

rr Promife unto the Lord your God, and keep it, all ye that are round about him: bring prefents unto him that ought to be feared.

12 He fhall refrain the spirit of princes: and is wonderful among the kings of the earth. Pfalm 77. Voce mea ad Domi

Pfalm 76. Notus in Judea.


2 In the time of my trouble N Jury is God known: his I fought the Lord: my fore Name is great in Ifrael. ran, and ceafed not in the z At Salem is his tabernacle: night-season; my foul refused and his dwelling in Sion.

3 There brake he the arrows of the bow the fhield, the fword, and the battle.


4 Thou art of more honour and might: than the hills of the robbers.


7 Thou, even thou art to be feared and who may ftand in thy fight, when thou art angry?

S Thou didft caufe thy judgment to be heard from heaven: the earth trembled, and was ftill,

9 When God arose to judgment: and to help all the meek upon earth.

The proud are robbed, cannot speak. they have flept their fleep: 5 I have confidered the days and all the men whofe hands of old: and the years that are were mighty, have found no- past. thing.

6 At thy rebuke, O God of Jacob both the chariot and horfe are fallen.

6 I call to remembrance my fong and in the night I commune with mine own heart, and fearch out my fpirits.


7 Will the Lord abfent him-.. felf for ever: and will he be no more entreated?

8 Is his mercy clean gone for ever: and is his promise come utterly to an end for evermore?

9 Hath God forgotten to be gracious: and will he fhut up his loving kindness in displeafure ?

10 The fiercenefs of man fhall turn to thy praife: and the fierceness of them fhalt thou refrain.


3 When I am in heaviness, will think upon God: when my heart is vexed, I will com- plain.


4 Thou holdeft mine eyes waking: I am fo feeble that I

to And. I faid, It is mine own infirmity: but I will remember the years of the right hand of the moft Highest.

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I will remember the works generations to come but to of the Lord and call to mind fhew the honour of the Lord, thy wonders of old time. his mighty and wonderful 12 I will think alfo of all thy works that he hath done. works and my talking fhall be of thy doings.

13 Thy way, O God, is holy who is fo great a God as our God?


5 He made a covenant with Jacob, and gave Ifrael a law : which he commanded our forefathers to teach their children 6 That their pofterity might know it and the children which were yet unborn; 7 To the intent, that when they came up they might fhew their children the fame;

8 That they might put their truft in God: and not to forget the works of God, but to keep his commandments;

14 Thou art the God that doth wonders and haft declared thy power among the people.

15 Thou haft mightily delivered thy people: even the fons of Jacob and Jofeph.

16 The waters faw thee, O God, the waters faw thee, and were afraid the depths alfo were troubled.

17 The clouds poured out water, the air thundred and thine arrows went abroad.


18 The voice of thy thunder was heard round about: the lightnings fhone upon the ground, the earth was moved and fhook withal.

19 Thy way is in the fea, and thy paths in the great waters and thy footsteps are not


20 Thou leddeft thy people like fheep Mofes and Aaron.

12 But forgat what he had done and the wonderful by the hand of works that he had fhewed for


Evening Prayer. Pfalm 78. Attendite, popule. [Ear my law, O my people:

words of my mouth.

2 I will open my mouth in a parable: I will declare hard fentences of old;

9 And not to be as their forefathers, a faithless and stubborn generation: a generation that fet not their heart aright, and whose spirit cleaveth not ftedfaftly unto God;

10 Like as the children of E phraim: who being harnessed, and carrying bows,turned themfelves back in the day of battle.

11 They kept not the covenant of God: and would not walk in his law ;

3 Which we have heard and known: and fuch as our fathers have told us;

4 That we fhould not hide them from the children of the

13 Marvellous things did he in the fight of our forefathers, in the land of Egypt: even in

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them drink thereof, as it had been out of the great depth.

17 He brought waters out of the ftony rock: fo that it gufhed out like the rivers. 18 Yet for all this they finned more against him and provoked the moft Highest in the wilderness.

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30 So they did eat, and were well filled, for he gave them their own defire: they were not disappointed of their luft.

21 He fmote the ftony rock indeed, that the water gushed out, and the ftreams flowed withal: but can he give bread alfo, or provide flesh for his people?

22 When the Lord heard this, he was wroth: fo the fire was kindled in Jacob, and there came up heavy difpleasure against Ifrael;

23 Because they believed not

31 But while the meat was yet in their mouths, the heavy wrath of God came upon them, and flew the wealthiest of them : yea, and fmote down the chofen men that were in Ifrael.

32 But for all this they finned yet more and believed not his wondrous works.

33 Therefore their days did he confume in vanity and their years in trouble.

34 When he flew them, they fought him: and turned them early, and enquired after God.


35 And they remembred that God was their ftrength and that the high God was their Redeemer.

36 Nevertheless, they did but flatter him with their mouth and diffembled with him in their tongue.

in God: and put not their truft 37 For their heart was not
in his help.
whole with him: neither con-
24 So he commanded the tinued they ftedfaft in his co-
clouds above and opened the venant.
doors of heaven.

38 But he was fo merciful,
that he forgave their misdeeds:
and deftroyed them not.

39 Yea, many a time turned he his wrath away: and would not fuffer his whole difpleafure to arife.

25 He rained down Manna alfo upon them for to eat: and gave them food from heaven.

25 So man did eat angels food for he fent them meat enough.

27 He caufed the eaft-wind 40 For he confidered that to blow under heaven and they were but flesh and that through his power he brought they were even a wind that in the fouth-weft-wind. paffeth away, and cometh not

28 He rained fiefh upon them again. as thick as duft: and feathered 41 Many a time did they fowls like as the fand of the fea. provoke him in the wilder29 He let it fall among their nefs: and grieved him in the tents: even round about their defert. habitation.

42 They turned back, and


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tempted God: and moved the holy One in Ifrael.

56 He caft out the heathen alfo before them: caufed their 43 They thought not of his land to be divided among them hand and of the day when he for an heritage, and made the delivered them from the hand tribes of Ifrael to dwell in their of the enemy;


44 How he had wrought his miracles in Egypt and his wonders in the field of Zoan.

57 So they tempted and difpleafed the most high God: and kept not his teftimonies; 45 He turned their waters 58 But turned their backs, into blood: fo that they might and fell away like their forenot drink of the rivers. fathers ftarting afide like a 46 He fent lice anong them, broken bow. and devoured them up and 59 For they grieved him frogs to deftroy them. with their hill-altars : and provoked him to displeasure with their images.

47 He gave their fruit unto the caterpillar and their labour unto the grafhopper.

48 He deftroyed their vines with hail-ftones and their mulberry-trees with the froft.


49 He fmote their cattle alfo with hail-ftones: and their flocks with hot thunder-bolts.

60 When God heard this, he was wroth: and took fore difpleasure at Ifrael;

61 So that he forfook the tabernacle in Silo: even the tent that he had pitched among men.

62 He delivered their power into captivity: and their beau

so He caft upon them the furiousness of his wrath, anger, ty into the enemies hand. displeasure and trouble: and fent evil angels among them.

63 He gave his people over alfo unto the fword; and was wroth with his inheritance.

51 He made a way to his indignation, and fpared not their foul from death: but gave their life over to the peftilence.

64 The fire confumed their young men : and their maidens were not given to marriage.

52 And fimote all the firft65 Their priests were flain born in Egypt: the moft prin- with the fword: and there were cipal and mightieft in the no widows to make lamentadwellings of Ham.



53 But as for his own people, 66 So the Lord awaked as he led them forth like heep: one out of fleep and like a and carried them in the wilder- giant refreshed with wine. nefs like a flock. 67 He fmote his enemies in 54 He brought them out the hinder parts: and put them fafely, that they fhould not to a perpetual fhame. fear and overwhelmed their : enemies with the fea.


68 He refused the tabernacle of Jofeph and chose not 55 And brought them with- the tribe of Ephraim; in the borders of his fanctuary: 69 But chofe the tribe of Jueven to his mountain which he da: even the hill of Sion which purchased with his right hand. he loved.

70 And there he built his Jacob and laid wafte his dweltemple on high and laid the ling-place. foundation of it like the ground which he hath made continually.

SO remember not our old fins, but have mercy upon us, and that foon: for we are come to great mifery.

9 Help us, O God of our falvation, for the glory of thy Name: O deliver us, and be merciful unto our fins for thy Names fake.

10 Wherefore do the heathen fay: Where is now their God?

11 O let the vengeance of thy fervants blood that is shed: be openly fhewed upon the heathen in our fight.

12 O let the forrowful fighing of the prifoners come before thee: according to the greatness

71 He chofe David also his fervant and took him away from the fheep-folds.


72 As he was following the ews great with young ones he took him that he might feed Jacob his people, and Ifrael his inheritance.


73 So he fed them with a faithful and true heart: and ruled them prudently with all his power.

Morning Prayer.

-Pfalm 79. Deus, venerunt. the heathen are into thine inheritance: thy holy temple have they defiled, and made Jerufalem an heap of ftones.

2 The dead bodies of thy fervants have they given to be meat unto the fowls of the air: and the flesh of thy faints unto the beafts of the land.

3 Their blood have they fhed like water on every fide of Jerufalem and there was no man to bury them.


4 We are become an open fhame to our enemies: a very fcorn and derifion unto them

that are round about us.

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thofe that are appointed to die.

13 And for the blafphemy, wherewith our neighbours have blafphemed thee: reward thou them, O Lord, feven-fold into. their bofom.

14 So we that are thy people, and sheep of thy pasture, hall give thee thanks for ever: and will alway be fhewing forth thy praise from generation to generation.

Pfalm 8o. Qui regis Ifrael.

rael, thou that leadeft Ear, O thou fhepherd of Jofeph like a fheep: fhew thy felf alfo, thou that fittest upon the Cherubims.

2 Before Ephraim, Benjamin, and Manaffes: ftir up thy ftrength, and come, and help us.

3 Turn us again, O God: fhew the light of thy countenance, and we fhall be whole.

4 O Lord God of hofts: how long

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