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forsaken my God, as the wicked|thy loving correction shall make dotb.

me great. 22 For I have an eve unto all 36 Thou shalt make room his laws, and will not cast out his enough unde: me for to go, that commandments from me. my footsteps shall not slide.

23 I was also incorrupt before 37 I will failow upon mine ene. him, and eschewed mine own mies, and overtake them; neither wickedness.

will I turn again till I have de24 Therefore shall the Lord re- stroyed them. ward me after my righteous deal 38 I will smite them, that they ing, and according unto the clean- shall not be able to stand, but fall ness of my hands in his eye-sight. under my feet.

25 With the holy thou shali be 39 Thou hast girded me with holy, and with a perfect man thou strength unto the battle ; tbou shalt be perfect.

shalt throw down mine enemies 26 With the clean thou shalt under me. be clean, and with the froward! 40 Thou hast made mine enethou shalt learn frowardness. mies also to turn their backs upon

27 For thou shalt save the peo- me, and I shall destroy them that ple that are in adversity, and, bate me. shall bring down the high looks 41 They shall cry, but there of the proud.

shall be none to help them; yea, 28 Thou also shalt light my'even unto the Lord shall they candle; the Lord my God shall cry, but he shall not hear them. make my darkness to be light. 42 I will beat them as small as

29 For in thee I shall discom t'the dust before the wind: I will an host of men, and with the help cast them out as the clay in the of my God I shall leap over the streets. wall.

43 Thou shalt deliver me from 30 The way of God is an un- the strivings of the people

, and defiled way; the word of the Lord thou shalt make me the head of also is tried in the fire: he is the the heathen. defender of all them that pat

44 A people whom I have not their trust in him.

known shall serve me. 31 For who is God, but the

45 As soon as they hear of me, Lord? or who hath any strength, they shall obey me; but the strange except onir God?

children shall dissemble with me. 32 It is God that girdeth me

46 The strange children shall with strength of war, and maketh fail, and he afraid out of their my way perfect.

prisons. 33 He maketh my feet like harts' 47 The Lord liveth; and blessed feet, and setteth me up on high. he my strong lelper

. and praised 34 He ttacheth mine hands to be the God of my salvation : fight, and mine arıns shall break 48. Even the God that seeth even a bow of steel.

that I be avenged, and subduesh 35 Thou hast given me the de- the people unto me. fence of thy salvation; thy right 4.9 It is he that delivereth me hand also shall hold me up, and froin my cruel enemies, and sel

among them.

eth me up abovc mine adversa-1..10 More to be desired are they es : thou shalt rid me from the than gold, yea, than much fine icked man.

gold; sweeter also than loney, -50 For this case will I give and the honey.comb. anks unto thee, O Lord, among 11 Moreover, by them is thy + Gentiles, and sing praises un servant tanght; and in keeping of hy name.

them there is great reward. E1 Grcat prosperity giveth he 1.? Who can tell how oft he ofobis King, and showeth loving fendcih ? O cleanse thou me from Inessunto David, kisAnointed, y secret saulls. unto bis seed for evemore. 13 keep ily servant also from The forth Day

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the dominion over nie; so sball I MORNING PRAYER. Psulu 19. Coli inarui.

be undiefiled, and inuiccent from E heavens declare the glory the great eflenice. God, and the firmament 14 Let the words of my mouth, eth his handy frork. and the meditation of my heart, One day telleih another, and be alıray acertchlə in thy sight, ight certifieth another. 15 O Lord, my strength, and here is neither speech normy Prener. age, but their voices are Tsaim 20. Tra le Dominus.

TELord hear thee in the day Deir sound is gone cut into of trou?':'; the naine of the ds, and their words into God of Jaco?; defend thee: ds of the world.

? Send thce help from the them hath le szt a tabor- Sanctnary, and strengthen thee or the sun, which cemeililout of Sion: a bridegroom cut of ?iis 3 Rememher all thy offerings, r, and rejoiceti 23 a viunt and accept thy burut-sacrifice : is course.

Gigit thee thy heart's deoch forth from the ut- sire, and fulfil all thy mind. part of the horren, and 5 he wil rejoice in thy salva. abou' unto the end of it too, and triumph in the name of ed there is nothing hid the Lord our Gorl: the Lord per. beat there?

vin all thy pciitions. air of the Lord is en Un! CM know I that the Lord W convertirs th:soil :: pith big Anointed, and will zony of the Lord is sare.l.far bim írom bis lioly liearen, visuom wito te sit even with the bolesome strength:

his vigint heill. Ertutes of the Leidoro 7 Some put their trust in cha

rejoice the heait; the riots, and some in horses; but meni cille Lordi pure. we will remember the nanie oi

light into the pres. the Lord our God. ar of the Lord is cle:n, & They are brought down and th for ever; the junds- fallen; but we are risen and stand he Lord are true, acupright. Itoşcther.

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Psalm 22. Deus, Deus meus. Psalm 21. Domine. 12 rirtute tuo. My God, my God. look upon THE King shall rejoice in thy mc! why hast thou forsaken

strength, O Lord; exceeding me, and art so far from my health, glad shall he be of ihy salvation, and from the words of my com

2 Thou hast given him his plaint? heart's desire, and hast notdenied 20 my God, I cry in the day. aim the request of his lijos. time, but thou hearest not: and

3 For thou shalt prevent him in the night-season also I take no -vith the blessings of goodness. iest. and shall set a crown of pure 3 And thou continuest holy, 0 gold upon his head.

thon worship of Israel. 4 He asked life of thee, and 4 Our fathers hoped in thee; hou gavest him a long life, even they trusted in tbee, and thon or ever and ever.

didst deliver them. 5 His honvur is great in thy 5 They called upon tbce, and alvation ; glory and great wor- were holpen; they put their trust slip shalt iliou lay upon him. in thee, and were not confounded.

6 For thou shali give him ever 6 But as for me, I am a worm, asting felicity, and make him glad and no man; a very scorn of men, vith the joy of thy countenance, and the outcast of the people.

7 And why? becarise the King 7 All they that see me, laugh putteth his trust in the Lord; and me to scorn; they shont out their n the mercy of the most High- lips, and shake their heads. saying, est, he shall not miscarry. 8 He trusted in God, that he

8 All thine enemies shail feel would deliver hin; let him dehy hand; thy right hand shall liver him, if he will have him. End out them that hate thee. 9 But thou art he that took me

9 Thou shalt make them like a out of my mother's womb; thou ery oven in time of thy wrath : wast my hope, when I hanged he Lord shall destroy them in yet upon my mother's bi easts. is displeasure, and the fire shall 10'I have been left unto thee consume them.

ever since I was born; thou art 10 Their fruit shalt thou root my God even from my mothers out of the earth, and their seed womb. rom among the children of men. 11 O go not from me;

for 11 For they intended mischief trouble is hard at hand, and there =gainst thee, and imagined such is none to help me. · device as they are not able to 12 Many oxen are come about perform;

ine; fat bulls of Basan close me 12 Therefore shalt thou put in on every side. hem to fligbt, and the strings of 13 They gape upon me with hy bow shalt thou make ready their mouths, as it were a rampe gainst the face of them.

ing and a roaring lion. 13 Be thou exalted, Lord, in hine own strength; so will we and all iny hones are out of joint

14 I am poured out like water ing and praise thy power.

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15 My strength is dried up like worship before him. a potsherd, and my tongue cleav 28 For the kingdom is the Eth to my gums, and thou shalt Lord's, and he is the Governor bring me into the dust of death. among the people.

16 For many dogs are come 29 All such as he fat upon earth bout me, and the council of the have eaten, and worshipped. vicked layeth siege against me. 30 All they that go down into

17 They pierced my hands ihe dust shali krieer before him, nd my teet: I may tell all my and no nian haih quickened his ones: they stand staring and own soul -oking upon wie

31 My seed shall serve him; 18 They part my garments they shall be counted unto the Song them, and cast lots upon Lord for a generation. v vesture.

32 They shall come, and the =9 But be not thou far from me, heavens shall declare his righCord; thou art my succour, teousness unto a people that shall te thee to help me.

be born, whom the Lord hath 1 Deliver my soul from the made. rd, my darling from the Psalin 23. Dominus regit me. Fer of the dog

THE Lord is my shepherd; Save me from the lion's therefore can I lack nothing ch; thou hast heard me also

2 He shall feed me in a green among the horns of the uni-pasture, and lead me forth beside

the waters of comfort. I will declare thy name un.

3 He shall convert my soul, 2. brethren; in the midst of and bring me forth in the paths ngregation will lpraise thee.lof righteousness for his name's praise the Lord, ye that sake. m; magnify him, all ye of 4 Yea, though I walk through -d of Jacob; and fear him, the valley of the shadow of death, eed of Israel.

I will fear no evil; for thou art For he hath not despised with me, thy rod and thy staff zorred the low estate of comfort me. r; he hath not hid his 5 Thou shalt prepare a tablo m him ; but when he before me against them that trou. to liim, he heard him. ble me; thou hast anointed my

praise is of thee in the head with oil, and my cup shall gregation; my vows will be full.

in the sight of them 6 But thy loving-kindness and Sim.

mercy shall follow me all the poor shall eat, and be days of my life ; and I will dwell they that seek after the in the house of the Lord for ever, Il praise hiin : your live for ever.

The fifth Day.

MORNING PRAYER. he ends of the world Psalm 24. Domini est terra. nber, themselves, and THE carth is the Lord's, and into the Lord; and all all that therein is; the con


mss of the world, and they that God of my salvation: in the halu vell therein.

been my hope all the day long. 2 For he hath founded it upon 5 Call to remembrance, o e seas, and prepared it upon Lord, thy tender mercies, and e floods.

thy loving kindnesses, which 3 Who shall ascend into the have been ever of old. ll of the Lord? or who shall 60 remember not the sins and se up in his holy place? offences of my youth; but accord4 Even he that hath cleaning to thy mercy think thou upon ands, and a pure heart; and me, O Lord, for thy goodness. at hath not lift up his mind unto 7 Gracious and righteous is the anity, nor sworn to deceive his Lord; therefore will be teach siaeighbour.

ners in the way 5 He shall receive the blessing 8 Them that are meek shall be om the Lord, and righteonsness guide in judgment; and such as om the God of his salvation. are gentle, them shall he learn

6 This is the generation of his way. hem that seek him; even of them 9 All the paths of the Lord are zat seek thy face, O Jacob. mercy and truth, unto such as

7 Lift up your heads, 0 ye keep his covenant and his testiates; and be ye lift up, ye ever- monies.

sting doors; and the King of 10 Tor thy name's sake, 0 lory shall come in.

Lord, be merciful unto my sin; 8 Who is the King of glory? for it is great. is the Lord strong and mighty, 11 What man is he that feareth ven the Lord mighty in bat- the Lord? him shall he teach in .

the way that he shall choose. 9 Lift up your heads, 0 ye 12 His soul shall dweil at ease, ates; and be ye lift up, ye ever- and his seed shall inherit the land sting doors; and the King of 13 The secret of the Lord is ory shall come in,

among them that fear him, and 10 Who is the King of glory ? he will show them his covenant. en the Lord of hosts, he is the 14 Mine eyes are ever looking ing of glory.

unto the Lord; for he shall pluck Psalm 23. Ad te, Domine, lcvadi. my feet out of the net. INTO thee, O Lord, will I lift 15 Turn thee unto me, and

up my soul; my God, I have have mercy upon me; for I am at my trust in thee: O let me desolate, and in misery. ot be confounded, neither let 16 The sorrows of


heart ine enemies triumph over me. are enlarged: o bring thou me 2 For all they that hope in out of my troubles. ee shall not be ashamed; but 17 Look upon my adversity and ch as transgress without a misery, and forgive me all my sin. use, shait be put to confusion. 13 Consider mine enemies how 3 Show me thy ways, O Lord, many they are; and they bear a d teach me thy paths. tyrannous bate against me. 4 Lead me forth in thy truth, 19 O keep my soul, and deliver d learn me; for thou art theme: let me not be confounded,

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