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my life.

10 The Lord hath grantedy 5 Why art thou so heavy, his loving-kindness in the day-lo my soul ? and why art thou time, and in the night-season so disquieted within me? did I sing of him, and made 6 O put thy trust in God; my prayer unto the God of for I will yet give him thanks,

which is the help of my coun 11 I will say unto the God tenance, and my God. of my strength,

Why hast thou forgotten me? Why go The Ninth day. I thus heavily, while the e

MORNING PRAYER. nemy oppresseth me?

12 My bones are smitten Psalm xliv. Deus, auribus. asunder as with a sword, while We have heard with our

ears, () , fame cast me in the teeth ; thers have told us what thou.

13 Namely, while they say hast done in their time of old. daily unto me, Where is now 2 How thou hast driven out thy God?

the heathen with thy hand, 14 Why art thou so vexed, and planted them in ; how O my soul ? and why art thou thou hast destroyed the na. so disquieted within me? tions and cast them out.

15 ( put thy trust in God ; 3 For they gat not the land for I will yet thank him, in possession through their which is the help of my coun- own sword, neither was it their tenance, and my God. own arm that helped them ; Psalm xliii. Judica me, Deus. 4 But thy right hand, and. LIVE sentence with me, thine arm, and the light of thy God, and defend

my countenance ; because thou cause against the ungodly hadst a favour unto them. people ; ( deliver me from 5 Thou art my King, O The deceitful and wicked man;God ; send help unto Jacob.

2 For tholi art the God of| 6 Through thee will we my strength : why hast thou overthrow our enemies, and put me from thee? and why in thy Name will we tread go I so heavily, while the ene-them under that rise up am my oppresseth me?

gainst us. 30 send out thy light and 7 For I will not trust in my thy truth, that they may lead bow; it is not my sword that

v me, and bring me unto thy shall help me. holy hill, and to thy dwelling, 8 But it is thou that savest

4 And that I may go unto us from our enemies, and putethe altar of God, even unto test them to confusion that the God of my joy and glar!- hate us. ness ; and upon the harp will 9 We make our boast of I give thanks unto thee, o God all day long, and will God, my God.

praise thy Name for ever.

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15 Thou makes us to be a My heart is inditing of a


10 But now thou art far off, 22 For thy sake also are we and puttest us to confusion ; killed all the day long, and and goest not forth with our are counted as sheep appointarmies.

ed to be slain. !1 Thou makest us to turn 23 Up, Lord, why sleepest our backs upon our enemies, thou ? awake, and be not abso that they which hate us sent from us for ever. spoil our goods.

24 Wherefore hidest thou 12 Thou lettest us be eaten thy face, and forgettest our up like sheep, and hast scat- misery and trouble ? tered us among the heathen. 25 For our soul is brought

13 Thou sellest thy people low, even unto the dust ; our for nought, and takest no mo- belly cleaveth unto the ground. ney for them.

26 Arise, and help us, and 14 Thou makest us to be deliver us, for thy mercies' rebuked of our neighbours, to sake. be laughed to scorn, and had Psalm xlv. Eructavit cor in derision of them that are round about us.

good matter; I speak by-word among the heathen, of the things which I have and that the people shake made unto the King. their heads at us.

2 My tongue is the pen of 16 My confusion is daily be-a ready writer. fore me, and the shame of my 3 Thou art fairer than the face hath covered me ;

children of men ; full of grace 17 For the voice of the are thy lips, because God hath slanderer and blasphemer, for blessed thee for ever. the enemy and avenger. 4 Gird thee with thy sword

18 And though all this be upon thy thigh, O thou most come upon us, yet do we not mighty, according to thy worforget thee, nor behave our ship and renown. selves frowardly in thy covenant 5 Good luck have thou with

19 Our heart is not turned thine honour : ride on, because back, neither our steps gone of the word of truth, of meekout of thy way ;

ness and righteousness, and 20 No, not when thou hast thy right hand shall teach smitten us into the place of thee terrible things. dragons, and covered us with 6 Thy arrows very the shadow of death. sharp, and the people shall

21 If we have forgotten the be subdued unto thee even Name of our God, and holden in the midst among the King's up our hands to any strange enemies. god, shall not God search ill 7 Thy seat, O God, endurout ? for he knoweth the very eth for ever; the sceptre of thy Rcrets of the heart.

kingdom is a right sceptre.


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8 Thou hast loved righte-Name from one generation to ousness, and hated iniquity; another ; therefore shall the wherefore God, even thy God. people give thanks unto thee, hath anointed thee with the world without end. oil of gladness above thy fellows.

Psalm xlvi. Deus noster 9 All thy garments smell of

refugium. myrrh, aloes, and cassia ; out

is they have made thee glad.

10 Kings' daughters were help in trouble. among thy honourable women; 2 Therefore will we not upon thy right hand did stand fear, though the earth be movthe queen in a vesture of gold, ed, and though the hills be wrought about with divers co- carried into the midst of the lours.

11 Hearken, o daughter, 3 Though the water's there and consider ; incline thine of rage and swell, and though ear; forget also ihine own peo- the mountains shake at the ple, and thy father's house. tempest of the same.

12 So shall the King have 4 The rivers of the flood pleasure in thy beauty ; for he thereof shall make glad the is thy Lord God, and worship city of God; the holy place shou him.

Jof the tabernacle of the most 13 And the daughter of Highest. Tyre shall be there with a gift; 5 God is in the midst of her, like as the rich also among therefore shall she not be rethe people shall make their moved ; God shall help her, supplication before thee. and that right early.

14 The King's daughter is 6 The heathen make much all glorious within ; her clo-ado, and the kingdoms are thing is of wrought gold. moved ; but God hath showed

15 She shall be brought unto his voice, and the earth shall the King in raiment of needle-melt away. work ; iħe virgins that be her 7 The Lord of hosts is with sellows shall bear her company, us; the God of Jacob is our and shall be brought unto thee. refuge.

16 With joy and gladness 8 O come hither, and be. shall they be brought, and hold the works of the Lord, shall enter into the King's pa- what destruction he hath Jace.

brought upon the earth. 17 Instead of thy fathers 9 He maketh wars to cease thou shalt havechildren, wlom in all the world; he breaketh thou mayest make princes in the bow, and knappeth the al lands.

spear in sunder, and burneth 18 I will remember thy the chariots in the fire.


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10 Be still then, and knowl Psalm xlviii. Magnus Domi.. that I am God: I will be

REAT is the Lord, and

highly to be praised in earth.

the city of our God, even upon 11 The Lord of hosts is his holy hill. with us; the God of Jacob is 2 The bill of Sion is a fair our refuge.

place, and the joy of the whole

earth; upon the north side EVENING PRAYER. lieth the city of the great

King : God is well known in Psalm xlvii. Omnes gentes, her palaces as a sure refuge. plaudite.

3 For lo, the kings of the

earth are gathered, and gone CLAP your hands toge-by together.

ther, all ye people : 0 4. They marvelled to sec sing unto God with the voice such things; they were astoof melody.

nished and suddenly cast down, 2 For the Lord is high, and 5 Fear came there upon to be feared ; he is the great them ; and sorrow, as upon a King upon all the earth. woman in her travail.

3 He shall subdue the peo- 6 Thou shalt break the ships ple under us, and the nations of the sea through the east under our feet.

wind. 4 He shall choose out an 7 Like as we have heard, heritage for us, even the wor-so have we seen in the city of ship of Jacob, whom he loved. the Lord of hosts, in the city

5 God is gone up with a of our God; God upholdeth merry noise, and the Lord the same for ever. with the sound of the trump. 8 We wait for thy loving

6 O sing praises, sing kindness, O God, in the midst praises unto our God: 0 sing of thy temple. praises, sing praises unto our 90 God, according to thy King

Name, so is thy praise unto 7 For God is the king of all the world's end ; thy right the earth : sing ye praises hand is full of righteousness. with understanding.

10 Let the mount Sion re8 God reigneth over the joice, and the daughter of Juheathen ; God sitteth upon dah be glad, because of thy his holy seat.

liudyments. 9 The princes of the peo- 11 Walk about Sion, and ple are joined unto the peoplejgo round about her; and tell of the God of Abraham ; for the towers thereof God which is very high ex

12 Mark well her bulwarks, alted, doth defend the earth as set up her houses, that ye may it were with a shield.

tell them that come after.



13 For this God is our God!! 12 Nevertheless, man will for ever and ever: He shainot abide in honour, seeing be our guide unto death. he may be compared unto the Psalm xlix. Audite hæc, beasts that perish ; this is tho

way of them HEAR ye this, all yel 13 This is their foolishness,

people ; ponder it with and their posterity praise their your ears, all ye that dwell in saying. the world ;

14 They lie in the hell like 2 High and low, rich and sheep ; death gnaweth upon poor, one with another.

them, and the righteous shall 3 My mouth shall speak of have dominion over them in wisdom, and my heart sha!l the morning : their beauty muse of understanding. shall consume in the sepulchre

4 I will incline mine ear to out of their dwelling: the parable, and show my dark 15 But God hath delivered speech upon the harp. my soul from the place of

5 Wherefore should I fear hell : for he shall receive me. in the days of wickedness, 16 Be not thou afraid, thougl. and when the wickedness of one be made rich,oristhe glory my heels compasseth me of his house be increased; round about?

17 For he shall carry no6 There be some that put thing away with him when h. their trust in their goods, and diethneither shall his pom boast themselves in the multi-follow him. tude of their riches ;

18 For while he lived, h ·7 But no man may deliver counted himself an happ his brother, nor make agree- man ; and so long as thou do: 1 ment unto God for him : well unto thyself, men will

8 For it cost more to re-speak good of thee. deem their souls ; so that he 19 He shall follow the gemust let them alone for ever ; neration of his fathers, and

9 Yea, though he live long, shall never see light. and see not the grave.

20 Man being in honour 10 For he seeth that wise hath no understanding, but is men also die and perish to-compared unto the beasts that gether, as well as the ignorant perish. and foolishi, and leave their riches for other. 11 And yet they think that

The Tenth Day. their houses shall continue for MORNING PRAYER erer, and that their dwelling places shall endure from one Psalm 1. Deus deorum. generation 10 another; and

HE Lord, even the most call the lands after their own

mighty God, hath sponen, and called the world, from



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