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then, that the Lord is King; 9 For thou, Lord, art higher and that it is he who hath made than all that are in the earth; the round world so fast that it thou are exalted far above all cannot be moved; and how that gods. he shall judge the people righ- 10 O ye that love the Lord, teously.
see that ye hate the thing which 11 Let the heavens rejoice, is evil : the Lord preserveth and let the earth be glad; let the souls of his saints; he shall the sea make a noise, and all deliver them from the hand of that therein is.
the ungodly. 12 Let the field be joyful, il There is sprung up a and all that is in it; then shall light for the righteous, and joy all the trees of the wood rejoice ful gladness for such as are before the Lord.
true-hearted. 13 For he cometh, for he 12 Rejoice in the Lord, ye cometh to judge the earth; and righteous, and give thanks for a with righteousness to judge the remembrance of his holiness. world, and the people with his
EVENING PRAYER. truth. Psalm xcvii. Dominus reg
Psalm xcviii. Cantate Domino. navit.
Sing unto the Lord a new THE
'HE Lord is King, the earth song; for he hath done
may be glad thereof; yea, marvellous things. the multitude of the isles may
2 With his own right hand, be glad thereof.
and with his holy arm, hath he 2 Clouds and darkness are gotten himself the victory, round about him; righteous- 3 The Lord declared his salness and judgment are the ha. vation; his righteousness hath bitation of his seat.
he openly showed in the sight 3 There shall go a fire before of the heathen. him, and burn up his enemies 4 He hath remembered his on every side.
mercy and truth toward the 4 His lightnings gave shine house of Israel, and all the ends unto the world; the earth saw of the world have seen the salit, and was afraid.
vation of our God. 5 The hills melted like wax 5 Show yourselves joyful unat the presence of the Lord; at to the Lord, all ye lands; sing, the presence of the Lord of the rejoice, and give thanks. whole earth.
6 6 Praise the Lord upon the 6 The heavens have declared harp; sing to the harp with a his righteousness, and all the psalm of thanksgiving. people have seen his glory. 7 With trumpets also and
7 Confounded be all they shawms, O show yourselves that worship carved images, and joyful before the Lord the King, that delight in vain gods: wor- 8 Let the sea make a noise,
a ship him, all ye gods.
and all that therein is; the round 8 Sion heard of it, and re- world, and they that dwell joiced; and the daughters of therein. Judah were glad, because of thy 9 Let the floods clap their judgments, Lord.
hands, and let the hills be joy
unto thy name, which is great, Mandmadement; unto thee,
ful together before the Lord; he is. God; it is he that hath for he is come to judge the made us, and not we ourselves; earth.
we are his people, and the sheep 10 With righteousness shall of his pasture. he judge the world, and the peo- 3 O go your way into his ple with equity.
gates with thanksgiving, and Psalm xcix. Dominus regnavit. thankful unto him, and speak
into his courts with praise; be THE "HE Lord is King, be the good of his name;
people never so impatient; 4. For the Lord is gracious; he sitteth between the Cheru- his mercy is everlasting; and bim, be the earth never so un- his truth endureth from generaquiet.
tion to generation. 2 The Lord is great in Sion,
Psalm ci. Misericordiam et and high above all people. 3 They shall give thanks
shall be wonderful, and holy.
4 The King's power loveth O Lord, will I sing. judgment; thou hast prepared 2 O let me have understandequity; thou hast executed ing in the way of godliness. judgment and righteousness in 3 When wilt thou come unto Jacob.
me? I will walk in my house 5 O magnify the Lord our with a perfect heart. God, and fall down before his 4 I will take no wicked thing footstool; for he is holy. in hand; I hate the sins of un
6 Moses and Aaron among faithfulness: there shall no such his priests, and Samuel among cleave unto me. such as call upon his name: 5 A froward heart shall dethese called upon the Lord, and part from me; I will not know he heard them.
a wicked person. 7 He spake unto them out of 6 Whoso privily slandereth the cloudy pillar; for they kept his neighbour, him will I de. his testimonies, and the law that stroy. he gave them.
7 Whoso hath also a proud 8 Thou heardest them, o look and high stomach, I will Lord our God; thou forgavest not suffer him. them, O God, and punishedst 8 Mine eyes look upon such their own inventions.
as are faithful in the land, that 90 magnify the Lord our they may dwell with me. God, and worship him upon 9 Whoso leadeth a godly life, his holy hill; for the Lord our he shall be my servant. God is holy.
10 There shall no deceitful Psalm c. Jubilate Deo.
person dwell in my house; he
that telleth lies shall not tarry in O Be joyful in the Lord, all my sight, ye lands;
11 I shall soon destroy all the with gladness, and come before ungodly that are in the land; his presence with a song. that I may root out all wicked
2 Be ye sure that the Lord doers from the city of the Lorch
The twentieth Day.
that thou have mercy upon her;
yea, the time is come. MORNING PRAYER.
14 And why? thy servants Psalm cii. Domine, exaudi. think upon her stones, and it
pitieth them to see her in the EAR my prayer, O Lord, dust. and let my crying come
15 The heathen shall fear thy unto thee.
name, O Lord; and all the 2 Hide not thy face from me kings of the earth thy Majesty. in the time of my trouble; in- 16 When the Lord shall cline thine ear unto me when I build up Sion, and when his call; O hear me, and that right glory shall appear;
17 When he turneth him 3 For my days are consumed unto the prayer of the poor desaway like smoke, and my bones titute, and despiseth not their are burnt up as it were a fire. desire; brand.
18 This shall be written for 4 My heart is smitten down, those that come after, and the and withered like grass; so that people which shall be born shall I forget to eat my bread.
praise the Lord. 5 For the voice of my groan
19 For he hath looked down ing, my bones will scarce cleave from his sanctuary; out of the to my flesh.
heaven did the Lord behold the 6 I am become like a pelican earth. in the wilderness, and like an 20 That he might hear the owl that is in the desert.
mourning of such as are in 7 I have watched, and am captivity, and deliver the chileven as it were a sparrow, that dren appointed unto death; sitteth alone upon the house- 21 That they may declare top.
the name of the Lord in Sion, 8 Mine enemies revile me all and his worship at Jerusalem; the day long; and they that are 22 When the people are gamad upon me, are sworn toge- thered together, and the kingther against me.
doms also, to serve the Lord. 9 For I have eaten ashes as 23 He brought down my it were bread, and mingled my strength in my journey, and drink with weeping.
shortened my days. 10 And that, because of thine 24 But I said, O my God, indignation and wrath; for thou take me not away in the midst hast taken me up, and cast me of mine age; as for thy years, down.
they endure throughout all ge. 11 My days are gone like a nerations. shadow, and I am withered like 25 Thou, Lord, in the begrass.
ginning hast laid the foundation 12 But thou, O Lord, shalt of the earth, and the heavens endure for ever, and thy re- are the work of thy hands. membrance throughout all ge- 26 They shall perish, but nerations.
thou shalt endure; they all shall 13 Thou shall arise, and have wax old as doth a garment. mercy upon Sion; for it is time 27 And as a vesture shalt not fail.
thou change them, and they 14 For he knoweth whereof shall be changed; but thou art we are made; he remembereth the same, and thy years shall that we are but dust.
15 The days of man are but 28 The children of thy ser- as grass; for he flourisheth as a vants shall continue, and their flower of the field. seed shall stand fast in thy sight. 16 For as soon as the wind
goeth over it, it is gone; and Psalm ciii. Benedic, anima mea. the place thereof shall know it PRAISE the Lord, O my no more.
within 17 But the merciful goodness me, praise his holy name. of the Lord endureth for ever
2 Praise the Lord, O my soul; and ever upon them that fear and forget not all his benefits; him; and his righteousness
3 Who forgiveth all thy sin, upon children's children; and healeth all thine infirmities; 18 Even upon such as keep
4 Who saveth thy life from his covenant, and think upon destruction, and crowneth thee his commandments, to do them. with mercy and loving-kind- 19 The Lord hath prepared ness;
his seat in heaven, and his king5 Who satisfieth thy mouth dom ruleth over all. with good things, making thee 20 O praise the Lord, ye young and lusty as an eagle. Angels of his, ye that excel in
6 The Lord executeth righ strength; ye that fulfil his comteousness and judgment, for all mandment, and hearken unto them that are oppressed with the voice of his words. wrong.
21 O praise the Lord, all ye 7 He showed his ways unto his hosts; ye servants of his Moses, his works unto the chil. that do his pleasure. dren of Israel.
22 Ospeak good of the Lord, 8 The Lord is full of com- all ye works of his, in all places passion and mercy, long-suffer- of his dominion: Praise thou ing, and of great goodness. the Lord, O my soul. 9 He will not alway be chid
EVENING PRAYER. ing; neither keepeth he his anger for ever.
Psalm civ. Benedic, anima mea. 10 He hath not dealt with us
, after our sins; nor rewarded us soul: O Lord my God, according to our wickednesses. thou art become exceeding
11 For look how high the glorious, thou art clothed with heaven is in comparison of the majesty and honour. earth; so great is his mercy also Ż Thou deckest thyself with toward them that fear him! light as it were with a garment,
12 Look how wide also the and spreadest out the heavens east is from the west ; so far like a curtain. hath he set our sins from us! 3 Who layeth the beams of
13 Yea, like as a father pitieth his chambers in the waters, and his own children; even so is maketh the clouds his chariot, the Lord merciful unto them and walketh upon the wings of that fear him.
PRAISE the Lord, O my
4. He maketh his angels spi- 18 The high hills are a refuge rits, and his ministers a flaming for the wild goats; and so are fire.
the stoney rocks for the conies. 5 He laid the foundations of 19 He appointed the moon the earth, that it never should for certain seasons, and the sun move at any time.
knoweth his going down. 6 Thou coveredst it with the 20 Thou makest darkness, deep like as with a garment; that it may be night; wherein the waters stand in the hills. all the beasts of the forest do
7 At thy rebuke they flee; move. at the voice of thy thunder 21 The lions roaring after they are afraid.
their prey, do seek their meat 8 They go up as high as the from God. hills, and down to the valleys 22 The sun ariseth, and they beneath; even unto the place get them away together, and which thou hast appointed for lay them down in their dens. them.
23 Man goeth forth to his 9 Thou hast set them their work, and to his labour, until bounds, which they shall not the evening. pass, neither turn again to cover 24 O Lord, how manifold the earth.
are thy works; in wisdom hast 10 He sendeth the springs thou made them all; the earth into the rivers, which run is full of thy riches. among the hills.
25 So is the great and wide 11 All beasts of the field sea also; wherein are things drink thereof, and the wild asses creeping innumerable, both
, quench their thirst.
small and great beasts. 12 Beside them shall the 26 There go the ships, and fowls of the air have their ha- there is that Leviathan, whom bitation, and sing among the thou hast made to take his pasbranches.
time therein. 13 He watereth the hills from 27 These wait all upon thee, above; the earth is filled with that thou mayest give them the fruit of thy works.
meat in due season. 14 He bringeth forth grass 28 When thou givest it them, for the cattle, and green herb they gather it; and when thou for the service of men.
openest thy hand, they are filled 15 That he may bring food with good. out of the earth, and wine that 29 When thou hidest thy maketh glad the heart of man; face, they are troubled: when and oil to make him a cheer. thou takest away their breath, ful countenance, and bread to they die and are turned again strengthen man's heart.
to their dusts 16 The trees of the Lord also 30 When thou lettest thy are full of sap; even the cedars breath go forth, they shall be of Libanus, which he hath made; and thou shalt renew planted;
the face of the earth. 17 Wherein the birds make 31 Theglorious majesty of the their nests; and the fir-trees Lord shall endure for ever; the are a dwelling for the stork. Lord shall rejoice in his works,