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7 Lord, lift thou up the worship toward thy holy teinlight of thy countenance up. ple.
8 Lead me, O Lord, in 8 Thou haft put gladness thy righteousness, because of in my heart, fince the time mine enemies ; make thy way that their cord, and wine, plain before my face. and oil increased.
9 For there is no faithfulse g I will lay me down in ness in his mouth; their inpeace, and take my reft ; for ward parts are very wickedness. it is thou Lord only that 10 Their throat is an open nakest me dwell in safety. fepulchre ; they flatter with
their tongue. Psalm v. Herba mea auribus.
11 Destroy thou them, O ONDER my words, O God ; let them perish through
Lord, consider my me- their own imaginations; cast ditation.
them out in the multitude of O hearken thou unto their ungodlinefs ; for they the voice of my calling, my have rebelled against thee. King, and my God : for unto 12 And let all them that thee will I make my prayer. put their trust in thee rejoice :
3 Myvoice shalt thou hear they shall ever be giving of betimes, O Lord; early in thanks, because thou defendthe morning will i direct my est them ; they that love thy prayer unto thee, and will Name shall be joyful in thee :
13 For thou, Lord, wilt 4 For thou art the God give thy bleffing, unto the that haft no pleasure in wick- righteous, and with thy faedness; neither shall any evil vourable kindness wilt thou dwell with thee.
defend him, as with a shield. 5
Such as be foolish shall not stand in thy fight ; for EVENING PRAYER. thou hatestall them that work vanity
Psalm vi. Domine, ne in furore. 6 Thou shalt destroy them
thine indignation, neiabhor both the blood-thirsty ther chasten me in thy disand deceitful man.
pleasure. 7 But as for me, I will 2 Have mercy upon me, o come into thine house, even Lord, for I am weak: O Lord, upon the multitude of thy heal me, for my bones are mércy, and in thy fear will í vexed.
that speak lies: the Lord will o Lord rebuke me not in
pieces, while there is none to Judge, strong, and patient'; avec have done any such thing, or by .13 If a man will not turn, fine
3 My soul alfo is fore trou- if there be any wickedness
in bled : but, Lord, how long my hands ; I wilt thou punish me ?
4 If I have rewarded evitrea 4 Turn thee, O Lord, and unto him that dealt friendly 14 deliver my foul ; O save me, with me ; yea, I have deliveredmt for thy mercies sake : him that without any caufor
5 For in death no man re- is mine enemy ; membereth thee ; and who is Then let mine enemy will give thee thanks in the persecute my foul, and takelith
me, yea, let him tread myterived 6 I am weary of my groan- life down upon the earth, anchorth ing: every night wash I my lay mine honour in the dust. 16 bed, and watermy couch with 6 Stand up, O Lord, inigge
thy wrath, and lift up thylelf, mte. : 7 My beauty is gone for because of the indignation of that he very trouble, and worn away mine enemies ; arise up for 17 becaule of all mine enemies. me in the judgment that thou comme
8 Away from me, all ye hast commanded: that work vanity ; for the 7 And so shall the congress Lord hath heard the voice of gation of the people come *18 my weeping.
about thee: for their fakes the I 9 The Lord bath heard my therefore lift up thyself again. siglicam petition ; the Lord will re 8 The Lord hall judge the the Na ceive my prayer. people : give sentence with ligh
. 10 All inine enemies shall me, O Lord, according to my be confounded, and fore vex- righteousness, and according Nam ed; they shall be turned back, to the innocency that is in me. and put to shame suddenly. 9
O let the wickedness of
1 the ungodly come to an end ;
h Psalm vii. Domine, Deus meus. but guide thou the just.
10 For the righteous God Lord, my
God, in thee trieth the very hearts and bave I put my trust: save reins. me from all them that perfe 1.11 My help cometh of cute me, and deliver me; God, who preserveth them
2 Left he devour my soul that are true of heart. like a lion, and tear it in 12 God is a righteous help.11900 193
and God is provoked every 3 O Lord my God, if. I day.
2012 G that hast fet thy glory above patientthe avenger.
and he will Whet his sword; be the stars which I thou shast hath bent his bow, and made ordained.
bai. fed it readyayon 1.
4 What is man, that thou 14. 14 He hath prepared for art mindful of him? and the dirbim the instruments of death; fon of man, that thou visitest che ordaineth his arrows against him? the perfecutors.
5 Thou madeft him lower enak *5 Behold, he travaileth than the angels, to crown him tai Lith mischief ; he hath con- with glory and worship. mteeived sorrow, and brought 6 Thou makest him to have an forth ungodliness.
dominion of the works of thy 16 He hath graven and hands : and thou haft put all H, in digged up a pit, and is fallen things in subjection under
1. himself into the destruction his feet ; m2. hat he made for other.
: 7 All sheep and oxen ; yea, un dot 17 For his travail shall and the beasts of the field; mu come upon his own head, and 8 The fowls of the air, and
his wickedness shall fall on the fishes of the sea"; and marte his own pate.
whatsoever walketh through 18 I will give thanks unto the paths of the seas. ti the Lord, according to his 9 O Lord, our Governor, righteousness; and I will praise how excellent is thy Name the Name of the Lord most in all the world!
itin 1999 osta Pralni viii, Domine, Dominus
% The Second Day.
MORNING PRAYER, how excellent is thy Pfalm ix.
Confitebor tibi. Name in all the world; thou
Will give thanks unto the heavens !
thee, O Lord, with my 2 Out of the mouth of very whole heart; I will speak of babes and lucklings hast thou all thy-marvellous:works... ordained strength, because 2 I will be glad and rejoice of thine enemies, that thou 'in thee ; yea, my songs will I mightest still the enemy and make of thy Name, thou
Most Highest..., 3 For I will consider thy 3 While mine enemies are heavens, even the works of driven back, they shall fall thy fingers; the moon and and perilh at thy prefence :
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For thou hast maintained hate me, thou that liftett mc my right, and my cause ; up from the gates of death; thou art set in the throne 14 That I may show all thy that judgest right.
prailes within the ports of the 5 Thou hast rebuked the daughter of Sion : I will reheathen, and destroyed the joice in thy falvation. .py ungodly; thou hast put out 15 The heathen are funk their name for ever and ever. down in the pit that they
6 O thou enemy, deftruc- made; in the same net which tions are come to a perpetual they hid privily is their foot end; even as the cities which taken. thou hast destroyed, their me 16 The Lord is known to morial is perished with them. execute judgment; the un
7 But the Lord shall en- godly is trapped in the work dure for ever ; he hath also of his own hands. prepared his seat for judg 17 The wicked shall be ment.
turned into hell, and all the 8 For he shall judge the people that forget God. world in righteousness, and
18 For the poor lhall not minister true judgment unto alway be forgotten ; the pathe people.
tient abiding of the meek 9 The Lord also will be a shall not perilh for ever. defence for the oppressed, 19 Up, Lord, and let not even a refuge in due time of man have the upper hand; trouble.
let the heathen be judged in 10 And they that know thy thy sight. Name will put their trust in 20 Put them in fear, O thee ; for thou, Lord, haft Lord, that the heathen
may never failed them that seek know themselves to be but thee.
11 () praise the Lord which dwelleth in Sion ; show the Psalm x. Ut quid, Domine? people of his doings :
HY ftandeft thou so 12 For when he maketh
far off, O Lord, and inquisition for blood, he re- hidest thy face in the needful membereth them, and for- time of trouble? getteth not the complaint of 2 The ungodly, for his
own luft, doth perfecute the 13 Have mercy upon me, poor : let them be taken in O Lord; consider the trouble the crafty wiliness that they which I suffer of them that have imagined.
W far off, O Lord, and
3 For the ungodly hath heart, Tush, God hath formade boast of his own heart's gotten; he hideth away his 1; desire, and speaketh good of face, and he will never see it. hy the covetous, whom God ab
13 Arise, O Lord God, the horreth.
and lift up thine hand; for. 4 The ungodly is so proud, get not the poor. that he careth not for God, 14 Wherefore should the is neither is God in all his wicked blaspheme God, while i thoughts.
he doth say in his heart, ich 5 His ways are alway grie- Tulb, thou God careft not of vous; thy judgments are far for it?
above out of his fight, and 15 Surely thou hast seen to therefore defieth he all his e- it; for thou beholdest unnemies.
godliness and wrong. 6 For he hath said in his 16 That thou mayest take heart, Tush, I shall never be the matter into thy hand : be cast down, there shall no harm the poor committeth himself be happen unto me.
unto thee; for thou art the 7 His mouth is full of helper of the friendless. of cursing, deceit, and fraud;
17 Break thou the power do under his tongue is ungodli- of theungodly and malicious ; k ness and vanity.
take away his ungodliness, 8 He fitteth lurking in the and thou shalt find none. ot, thievish corners of the streets, 18 The Lord is King for ;, and privily in his lurking dens ever and ever, and the hea
doth he murder the innocent; then are perished out of the his
eyes are set against the land. poor.
19 Lord, thou hast heard 9 For he lieth waiting se- the desire of the poor ; thou cretly ; even as a lion lurketh preparest their heart, and he in his den, that he may thine ear hearkeneth thereto.
20 To help the fatherless 10 He doth ravilh the and poor unto their right, poor, when he getteth him that the man of the earth bé into his net.
no more exalted against them. * 11 He falleth down and hùmbleth himself, that the Psalm xi. In Domino confido. congregation of the poor may Nthe Lord put I my trust; fall into the hands of his cap how say ye then to my tains.
soul, that she should flee as a 12' He hath said in his bird unto the bill ? U
ravish the poor.