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151 Be thou nigh at hand, O 164 Seven times a day do Lord : for all thy commandments praise thee : because of thy righ are true.
teous judgements. 152 As concerning thy testimo- 165 Great is the peace that the nies, I have known long since : have who love thy law : and the that thou hast grounded them for are not offended at it. ever.
166 Lord, I have looked for thy Vide humilitatem.
saving health : and done after thị
167 My soul hath kept thy testi
monies : and loved them exceed forget thy law. 154 Avenge thou my cause, and
ingly. deliver me : quicken me, accord
168 I have kept thy command:
ments and testimonies : for all my ing to thy word. 155 Health is far from the un
ways are before thee. godly : for they regard not thy Appropinquet deprecatio. statutes. 156 Great is thy mercy, O Lord : LF
ET my complaint come be
fore thee, O Lord : give me quicken me, as thou art wont. 157 Many there are that trou
understanding, according to thy
word. ble me, and persecute me : yet
170 Let my supplication come do I not swerve from thy testi
before thee : deliver me, accordmonies. 158 It grieveth me when I see
ing to thy word. the transgressors : because they praise : when thou hast tauglit
171 My lips shall speak of thy keep not thy law.
me thy statutes. 159 Consider, O Lord, how I love thy commandments : 0 quicken
172 Yea, my tongue shall sing
of thy word : for all thy comme, according to thy loving-kind
mandments are righteous. ness.
173 Let thine hand help me : 160 Thy word is true from ever
for I have chosen thy commandlasting all the judgements of
ments. thy righteousness endure for ever
174 I have longed for thy saving
health, O Lord : and in thy law Principes persecuti sunt.
is my delight.
175 O let my soul live, and it without a cause : but my heart shall praise thee : and thy judgestandeth in awe of thy word. ments shall help me.
162 I am as glad of thy word : 176 I have gone astray like a as one that findeth great spoils. sheep that is lost : 0 seek thy
163 As for lies, I hate and abhor servant, for I do not forget thy them : but thy law do I love. commandments. DAY 27.
and to have my habitation among Ad Dominum.
the tents of Kedar. WHEN I was in trouble I call- 5 My soul hath long dwelt a
mong them : that are enemies heard me.
unto peace. 2 Deliver my soul, O Lord, from 6 I labour for peace, but when lying lips : and from a deceitful I speak unto them thereof : they tongue.
make them ready to battle. 3 What reward shall be given or
PSALM CXXI. done unto thee, thou false tongue : even mighty and sharp arrows,
Levavi oculos. with hot burning coals.
I 4 Wo is me, that I am con- the hills : from whence cometh strained to dwell with Mesech :
2 My help cometh even from mistress : even so our eyes wait the Lord : who hath made hea- upon the Lord our God, until he ven and earth.
have mercy upon us. 3 He will not suffer thy foot to 3 Have mercy upon us, O Lord, be moved : and he that keepeth have mercy upon us : for we are thee will not sleep.
utterly despised. 4 Behold, he that keepeth Is- 4 Our soul is filled with the rael : shall neither slumber nor scornful reproof of the wealthy : sleep.
and with the despitefulness of the 5 The Lord himself is thy keep- proud. er : the Lord is thy defence upon
PSALM CXXIV. thy right hand; 6 So that the sun shall not burn
Nisi quia Dominus. thee by day : neither the moon
..the Lord himself had not by night.
been on our side, now may 7 The Lord shall preserve thee Israel say : if the Lord himself from all evil : yea, it is even he had not been on our side, when that shall keep thy soul.
men rose up against us; 8 The Lord shall preserve thy go- 2 They had swallowed us up ing out, and thy coming in : from quick : when they were so wraththis time forth for evermore. fully displeased at us. PSALM CXXII.
3 Yea, the waters had drowned
us : and the stream had gone over Lætatus sum.
our soul. WAS glad when they said un- 4 The deep waters of the proud :
to me : We will go into the had gone even over our soul. house of the Lord.
5 But praised be the Lord : who 2 Our feet shall stand in thy hath not given us over for a prey gates : 0 Jerusalem.
unto their teeth. 3 Jerusalem is built as a city : 6 Our soul is escaped even as that is at unity in itself.
a bird out of the snare of the 4 For thither the tribes go up, fowler : the snare is broken, and even the tribes of the Lord : to we are delivered. testify unto Israel, to give thanks 7 Our help_standeth in the unto the Name of the Lord.
Name of the Lord : who hath 5 For there is the seat of judge- made heaven and earth. ment : even the seat of the house of David.
PSALM CXXV. 6 () pray for the peace of Je
Qui confidunt. rusalem : they shall prosper that love thee.
THEY that put their trust in 7 Peace be within thy walls :
the Lord shall be even as and plenteousness within thy pa
the mount Sion : which may not laces.
be removed, but standeth fast for 8 For my brethren and com- ever. panions' sakes : I will wish thee 2 The hills stand about Jerusaprosperity:
lem : even so standeth the Lord 9 Yea, because of the house of round about his people, from this the Lord our God : I will seek to time forth for evermore. do thee good.
3 For the rod of the ungodly
cometh not into the lot of the PSALM CXXIII.
righteous : lest the righteous put Ad te levavi oculos meos. their hand unto wickedness. UNT INTO thee lift I up mine eyes : 4 Do well, O Lord : unto those
O thou that dwellest in the that are good and true of heart. heavens.
5 As for such as turn back 2 Behold, even as the eyes of unto their own wickedness: the servants look unto the hand of Lord shall lead them forth with their masters, and as the eyes of the evil-doers; but peace shall be a maiden unto the hand of her
Day 27. Evening Praper.
of thine hands : 0 well is thee, In convertendo.
and happy shalt thou be.
3 Thy wife shall be as the fruit
a- ful vine : upon the walls of thine gain the captivity of Sion : house. then were we like unto them that 4 Thy children like the olivedream.
branches : round about thy table. 2 Then was our mouth filled 5 Lo, thus shall the man be with laughter : and our tongue blessed: that feareth the Lord. with joy.
6 The Lord from out of Sion 3 Then said they among the shall so bless thee : that thou heathen : The Lord hath done shalt see Jerusalem in prosperity great things for them.
thy life long: 4 Yea, the Lord hath done great 7 Yea, that thou shalt see thy things for us already : whereof we children's children ; and peace rejoice.
5 Turn our captivity, O Lord : as the rivers in the south.
PSALM CXXIX. 6 They that sow in tears : shall Sæpe expugnaverunt. reap
in joy. 7 He that now goeth on his way MAN
ANY a time have they fought weeping, and beareth forth good
against me from my youth seed : shall doubtless come again
up : may Israel now say. with joy, and bring his sheaves
2 Yea, many a time have they
vexed me from my youth up : with him.
but they have not prevailed aPSALM CXXVII.
3 The plowers plowed upon my Nisi Dominus.
back : and made long furrows. EXCEPT. the Lord build the 4 But the righteous Lord : hath
house : their labour is but hewn the snares of the ungodly in lost that build it.
pieces. 2 Except the Lord keep the 5 Let them be confounded and city : the watchman waketh but turned backward : as many as in vain.
have evil will at Sion. 3 It is but lost labour that ye 6 Let them be even as the grass haste to rise up early, and so late growing upon the house - tops : take rest, and eat the bread of which withereth afore it be pluckcarefulness : for so he giveth his beloved sleep.
7 Whereof the mower filleth not 4 Lo, children and the fruit of his hand : neither he that bindeth the womb : are an heritage and up the sheaves his bosom. gift that cometh of the Lord. *8 So that they who go by say
5 Like as the arrows in the not so much as, The Lord proshand of the giant : even so are per you : we wish you good luck the young children.
in the Name of the Lord. 6 Happy is the man that hath his quiver full of them : they shall
PSALM CXXX. not be ashamed when they speak
De profundis. with their enemies in the gate.
UT of the deep have I called PSALM CXXVIII.
unto thee, O Lord : Lord,
hear my voice. Beati omnes.
2 O let thine ears consider well :
the voice of my complaint. fear the Lord : and walk in 3 If thou, Lord, wilt be extreme his ways.
to mark what is done amiss : 0 2 For thou shalt eat the labours | Lord, who may abide it?
4 For there is mercy with thee : therefore shalt thou be feared.
5. I look for the Lord is my soul LORDI am protchish-minded :
doth wait for him : in his word is I have no proud looks my trust.
2 I do not exercise myself in 6 My soul fleeth unto the Lord : great matters : which are too high before the morning watch, I say,
for ine. before the morning watch.
3 But I refrain my soul, and 7 0 Israel, trust in the Lord, keep it low, like as a child that is for with the Lord there is mercy :
weaned from his mother : yea, my and with him is plenteous re- soul is even as a weaned child. demption.
4 O Israel, trust in the Lord : 8 And he shall redeem Israel : from this time forth for everfrom all his sins.
Day 28. Morning Prayer.
also shall sit upon thy seat for
evermore. Memento, Domine.
14 For the Lord hath chosen
Sion to be an habitation for himLORD i remember David : and
self : he hath longed for her. 2 How he sware unto the Lord : 15 This shall be my rest for and vowed a vow unto the Al- ever : here will I dwell, for I have mighty God of Jacob;
a delight therein. 3 I will not come within the 16 I will bless her victuals with tabernacle of mine house : nor increase : and will satisfy her poor climb up into my bed ;
with bread. 4 I will not suffer mine eyes to 17 I will deck her priests with sleep, nor mine eye-lids to slum- health : and her saints shall reber: neither the temples of my joice and sing. head to take any rest;
18 There shall I make the horn 5 Until I find out a place for of David to flourish : I have orthe temple of the Lord : an ha- dained a lantern for mine Anbitation for the mighty God of ointed. Jacob.
19 As for his enemies, I shall 6 Lo, we heard of the same at clothe them with shame : but upEphrata : and found it in the on himself shall his crown flouwood.
rish. 7 We will go into his taberna
PSALM CXXXIII. cle : and fall low on our knees
Ecce, quam bonum! before his footstool.
EHOLD, how good and joy8 Arise, O Lord, into thy rest- ful a thing it is : brethren, to ing-place : thou, and the ark of dwell together in unity! thy strength.
2 It is like the precious oint9 Let thy priests be clothed with ment upon the head, that ran righteousness : and let thy saints down unto the beard : even unto sing with joyfulness.
Aaron's beard, and went down to 10 For thy servant David's sake: the skirts of his clothing. turn not away the presence of 3 Like as the dew of Hermon : thine Anointed.
which fell upon the hill of Sion. 11 The Lord hath made a faith- 4 For there the Lord promised ful oath unto David : and he shall his blessing : and life for evernot shrink from it;
more. 12 Of the fruit of thy body : shall
Ecce nunc. set up thy children will keep my B Lord : all ye servants of the covenant, and my testimonies that I shall learn them : their children Lord;
2 Ye that by night stand in the ders into the midst of thee, O house of the Lord : even in the thou land of Egypt : upon Phacourts of the house of our God. raoh, and all his servants.
3 Lift up your hands in the 10 He smote divers nations : sanctuary: and praise the Lord. and slew mighty kings;
4 The Lord that made heaven 11 Sehon king of the Amorites, and earth : give thee blessing out and Og the king of Basan : and of Sion.
all the kingdoms of Canaan; PSALM CXXXV.
12 And gave their land to be an
heritage : even an heritage unto Laudate Nomen.
Israel his people. O
PRAISE the Lord, laud ye 13 Thy Name, O Lord, endur
the Name of the Lord : praise eth for ever : so doth thy memoit, o servants of the Lord : rial, O Lord, from one generation
2 Ye that stand in the house to another. of the Lord : in the courts of the 14 For the Lord will avenge house of our God.
his people : and be gracious unto 30 praise the Lord, for the Lord his servants. is gracious : 0 sing praises unto 15 As for the images of the hea. his Name, for it is lovely.
then, they are but silver and gold : 4 For why? the Lord hath the work of men's hands. chosen Jacob unto himself : and 16 They have mouths, and speak Israel for his own possession. not : eyes have they, but they see
5 For I know that the Lord is not. great : and that our Lord is above 17 They have ears, and yet they all gods.
hear not : neither is there any 6° Whatsoever the Lord pleas- breath in their mouths. ed, that did he in heaven, and in 18 They that make them are like earth : and in the sea, and in all unto them: and so are all they deep places.
that put their trust in them. 7 He bringeth forth the clouds 19 Praise the Lord, ye house of from the ends of the world : and Israel : praise the Lord, ye house sendeth forth lightnings with the of Aaron. rain, bringing the winds out of 20 Praise the Lord, ye house of his treasures.
Levi : ye that fear the Lord, praise 8 He smote the first-born of E- the Lord. gypt : both of man and beast.
2) Praised be the Lord out of 9 He hath sent tokens and won- Sion : who dwelleth at Jerusalem.
Day 28. Evening Praper.
eth for ever.
7 Who hath made great lights : O GIVE thanks unto the Lord, for his mercy endureth for ever;
8 The sun to rule the day : for mercy endureth for ever.
his mercy endureth for ever; 20 give thanks unto the God of 9 The moon and the stars to all gods : for his mercy endureth govern the night : for his mercy for ever.
endureth for ever. 30 thank the Lord of all lords : 10 Who smote Egypt with their for his mercy endureth for ever. first-born : for his mercy endureth
4 Who only doeth great won- for ever; ders : for his mercy endureth for 11 And brought out Israel from ever.
among them : for his mercy en5 Who by his excellent wisdom dureth for ever; made the heavens : for his mercy 12 With a mighty hand, and endureth for ever.
stretched out arm : for his mercy 6 Who laid out the earth above endureth for ever.