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tabernacle of mine lovsuse, nor urdained a lantern for mino cliinb nip into my best,
Anointed. If I will not suffer mine eyes to 1:9 As for his enemies, I shall sicep, nor mine eye-lidls 16 slum. clothe thiern with shame ; but ber; neither tire temples of my upon himself shall his crowa bend to take any resi;
nhoitriah. 5 Until I find out n place sur Psalm 133. Ecce, quam bonum. the teinple of the Lord; an babi BEHOLD, ho good and joytul tarion for the inighty God of Ja. u thing it is, brethren, lo dxell cob.
together in unity. 6 Lo, wc heard of the same al 2 It is like the precious ointEphrata, and found it in the wood. ment upon the head, that ran
7 We will go into his taberna- down into the beard, eren unto cle, and fall low on our knees be. Aaron's beard, and went dowa fore his footstool.
to the skirts of his clothing. & Arise, O Lord, into thy rest. 3 Like as the dew of Hermon, ing-piace; thou, and the ark of which fell upon the hill of Sion. tby strength.
* For there the Lord pronsised Let thy priests be clothed his blessing, and life for evermore, rith righteousness; and let thy P'salos 184. Ecce nunc. saints sing with joyful:ress. BEHOLD now, fraise the Lord,
10 For thy servant David's all ye servants of the Lord. sake, turn not away !hic presence 2 Ye that by night stand in the of thing anointed.
house of the Lord, even in the 11 The Lrord hath maile a faitli- courts of the house of our God ful oath onto David, and lie shall 3 List ip your bands in this not slirink from il;
sanctuary, and praise the Lord. 12 Of the fruit of thy body shall 4 The Lord, iliat made heaven I get upon thy seat.
and eartlı, give thee blessing out 13 If thy children will keep my of Sion. covenant, and iny testimonies Psalın 135. Laudate Nomen. that I shall learn them; their chil. Praise the Lord: laud ye the dren also shall sit upon thy seal name of the Lord; praise it for evernjore.
O ye servants of the Lord. 14 For the Lord hath chosen 2 Ye that stand in the houso Sion to be an habitation for hims- of the Lord, in the courts of the self; he hath longed for her. house of our God,
15 This shall be my rest for 3 O praise the Lord; for the ever: here will I dwell, for 1 Lord is gracious: O sing praises have a delight therein.
unto his naine ; for it is lovely. 16 I will bless hier victuals will 4 For why: the Lord hath increase, and will satisfy her poor chosen Jacob unto himself, and with biead.
Israel for his own possession. 17 I will deck her priestz with 5 For I know that the Lord is health, and ner saints shall rejoice great, and that our Lord is above and sing.
all gods. 13 There snall I makr the horn 6 Whatsoever the Lord pleas. of David tr lourisla I haveled, that did he in heaven, and in
earth; in the sea, and in all deep Sion, wo dwelleth at Jerusalem places.
EVENING PRAYER. 7 He bringeth forth the clouds
Confiten;ini Donino. from the ends of the world, and io give thanks unto the Lord; sendeth forth lightnings with the for he is gracious, and his rain, bringing the winds out of mercy endureth for ever. his treasures.
20 give thanks unto the God 8 He smote the first-horn of of all gods; for his nercy endur. Egypt, both of man and beast.
eth cor ever. 9 He hath sent tokens and 3 ( thank the Lord of all vorders into the midst of thee, lords; for his mercy endureth Othou land of Egypt; upon Pha- for ever. raoli, and all his servants.
4 Who only doeth great won10 He smote divers nations, ders; for his mercy endureth for and slew mighty kings ;
11 Sekon, king of the Aino- 5 Who by his excellent wig. rites; and Oy, the king of Ba- dom made the heavens; for his san; and all tiie kingdoms of Ca- mercy endureth for ever. naan;
6 Who laid out the earth above 12 And gave their land to me the waters; for lsis mercy enan heritage, even an heritage unto dureth for ever. Israel, his people.
7 Who hath made great lights; 13 Thy naine, O Lord, en- for his mercy endureth for ever; dureth for ever; so doth thy me- 8. The sun to rule the day; morial, O Lord, from one gene- for bis mercy enduretn for ever; ration to another.
9 The moon and the stars to 14 For the Lord will avenge govern the night ; for his miercy his people, and be gracious unto endureth for ever. his servants.
10 Who smote Egypt, with 15 As for the images of the their first-born ; for his mercy heathen, they are but silver and endureth for ever; gold; the work of men's hands. 11 and brought out Israel from
16 They have mouths, and among them; for luis mercy en speak not; eyes have they, but dureth for ever; lbey see not.
12 With a mighty hand and 17 They have ears, and yet stretched-out arm ; for his mercy they hear not; neither is tliere endureth for ever. any breath in their months.
13 Who divided the Red Sea 18 They that make them are in two parts; for bis mercy enlike unto them; and so are all dureth for ever; they that put their trust in them. 14. And made Israel to go 19 Praise the Lord, ye house througli the midst of it; for his
Israel; praise the Lord, ye mercy endureth for ever. house of Aaron.
15 But as for Pharaoh, and 20 Praise the Lord, ye house his host, le overthrew them in of Levi; yc that fear the Lord, the Red Sea; for his mercy en. praise the Lord.
Idureth for ever. 21 Praised be the Lord out ofl 16 Who led bis people through
the wildernes, iór his mercyl. 6 If I do not rememher thee. endirriba for ever.
flee my lungne cleuve lu the rooi 17 Who smole greal kings : «f my mouth, yea, if I gorefer not for his mercy endureth for ever, Jerusalem in my mirih.
16 l'en, and slew mizlity kings ;! 7 Rrueniber the children of for bis inercy endureth for ever: Edom. O Lurd, in the day of Je.
19 Sehon, king of the Amor frasaico ; how they said, Down rites; for his mercy endureth furfu illo it, own with it, even to the ever:
groun. 20 And Og, the king of Basan ; 8 () danghiter of Babylon, wastfor his mercy endure:in fror ever;led uitli misery : yen, happy shall
:1 and gave away their ianit lore be that reu ardeth thee us thou for an heritage ; for his mercy last servidus. endureili for ever;
9 Blesard shall be he that lak. 22 Even for an heritage unto the thy children, and throwelb Israel, his servant, for his mercy them against the stones. endurotle for escr.
Psalm 136. Confitebor tibi. 23 Www remeinbered 18 when I still give thanks into thee. we were in trouble; for his mercy O Lorird, with my whole heart; endureib for ever;
rsmu before the gods will i sing 24 And hath delivered us from praise unto il: ve. our enemies; for his tuercy en- ? I will worship toward thy gureili for ever.
Holy temple, and praise thy name, 23 Illo giveth food to all Resli cause ofily loving. kindnessand for his inercy endurell for ever.jiruth: tow' thou hast magnified thy
26 U give ihanks unto the Godfarlie and thy word above all of heaven; for liis mercy endur-things. eth for ever.
3 When I called upon thee, 29 () give thanks unto the Lord ihou lieardest ine; and enduedst of lords; for his mercy cudureih my soul with much strength. for ever.
4 All the kings of the earti. Psalm 137. Super fumina aliail praise thee. O lord ; for By the waters of Babylon we they hare licard the words of thy
sat down and wept, then we muth. remembered thise, O Sioni.
5 Vea, they shall sing in the 2 As for our harps, we hanged ways of the Lord. that greal is them up upon the trees that are the glory of the Lord. therein.
6 For though the Lord be high, 3 For they that led us away vel ball he respect to the inne captive, required of us then ay; as for the proud, lie besiold. song, 'and inejody in our leavi- cth thein afar vift. ness: Sing us one of the songs of 7 Though I walk in the midst Sivi.
of trouble. yet shalt thou refresh 4 How st.all we sing the Lord's[me; thou shalt stretch forth thy song in a strange land? hand upon the furiousness of
5'irl forget thee, 0 Jerusalem. mine enemies, and thiy right hand let my right band forget her shat save me. cunning.
☆ The Lord shall make good
his loving-kindness toward me;made: marvellous are thy works, yea, thy mercy, O Lord, endureth and that my soul knoweth right for ever; despise not then the weil. works of thine own hands.
14 My bones are not hid from
thee, though I be made secretly, The twenty-ninth Day.
and fashioned beneath in the MORNING PRAYER. Psalm 139. Domine, probasti.
earth. O Lord, thou hast searched me 15 Thine eyes did see my sub
out, and known me; thou'stance, yet being imperfect; and knowest my down-sitting, and in thy book were all my mem mine up-rising; thou understand-bers written; cst my thoughts long before. 16 Which day by day were ta
2 Thou art about my path, and shioned, when as yet there was about my bed; and spiest out all none of them. my ways.
17 How dear are thy counsels 3 For lo, there is not a word unto me, o God; O how great is in iny tongue, but thou, O Lord, the sum of them! knowest it altogether.
18 If I tell them, they are more 4 Thou hast fashioned me be- i number than the sand; when kind and before, and laid thine wake up, I am present with thee. hand upon me.
19 Wilt thou not slay the wick 5 Such knowledge is too yon-ed, O God? Depart from me, ye derful and excellent for me; I blood-thirsty men. , cannot attain unto it.
20 For they speak unrighte. 6 \Vhither shall I go then from ously against thee; and thine enethy Spirit, or whither shall I go mies take thy name in vain. then from thy presence?
21 Do noi i bate them, O Lord, 7 If I climb up into heaven, that hate thee? and am not i thou art therc; if I go down to grieved with those that rise up hell, thou art there also.
against thee? 8 If I take the wings of the 22 Yea, I bate them right sore; morning, and remain in the utter. even as though they were mine most parts of the sea;
eneinies. 9 Even there also shall thy 23 Try mne, O God, and seek the hand lead me, and thy riglit hand ground of my heart; prove me, shall hold me.
and examine my thoughts. 10 if I say, peradventure the 24 Look well if there be any darkness shall cover me; then way of wickedness in me; and shall my night be turned to day. lead me in the way everlast
il Yea, the darkness is no dark- ing. ness with thee, but the night is Psalm i40. Eripe me, Domine. as clear as the day; the darkness DELIVER me, o Lord, from and light to the are
both alike. the evil man; and preserve 12 For my reins are thine ; me from the wicked man; thou hast covered me in my mo- 2 Who imagine mischief in ther's womb.
their hearts, and stir up strife all 13 I will give thanks unto thee, the day long." for l'am fearfully aud wonderfullyl 3 They have sharpened their
longues like a serpent; adder's my mouth, and keep the door of poison is under their lips.
4 Keep me, O Lord, from the 4 0 let not mine heart be inhands of the ungodly; preserve clined to any evil thing; let me me from the wicked men, who not be occupied in ungodly works are purposed to overthrow my with the men that work wickedgoings.
ness, lest I eat of such things as 5 The proud have laid a snare please them. for me, and spread a net abroad 5 Let the righteous rather with cords; yea, and set traps smite me friendly, and reprove in
6 i said unto the Lord, Thou 6 Buí let not their precious art my God, hear the voice of balms break my head; yea, I my prayers, O Lord.
will pray yet against their wick70 Lord God, thou strength cdness. of my health; thou hast covered 7 Let tbeir judges be over my head in the day of battle. thrown in the stony places, that
8. Let not the ungodly have they may hear my words; for bis desire, O Lord; let not his they are sweet. mischievous imagination prosper,
8 Our bones lie scattered belest they be too proud. fore the pit, like as when one
9 Let the mischief of their own breaketh and heweth wood upon lips fall upon the head of them the earth. that compass me about.
9 But nine eyes look unto 10 Let hot burning coals fall thee, O Lord God; in thee is my upou them; let them be cast into trust; O cast not out my soul. the fire, and into the pit, that they 10 Keep me from the snare nerer rise up again.
that they have laid for me, and 11 A man full of words shall from the traps of the wicked not prosper upon the earth: evil doers. sball hunt the wicked persori, to 11 Let the ungodly fall into overthrow him.
their own nets together, and let 12 Sure I am that the Lord me ever escape theni. will avenge the poor, and main- EVENING PRAYER. tain the canse of the helpless. Psalm 142. V oce meu ad Dominum.
13. The righteous also shall I Cried unto the Lord with my give thanks unto thy name; and voice;yea, even unto the Lord the just shall continue in thy did I make my supplication. sight.
2 I poured out my complaints Psalm 141. Domine, clamadı.
before him, and showed him of LORD, I call upon thee ; haste my tronble.
thee unto me, and consider 3 When my spirit was in heavi. my voiee, when I cry unto thee. ness, thou knowest my path; in
% Let my prayer be set forth the way wherein I walked, have in thy sight as the incense; and they privily laid a snare for me, let the lifting up of my hands be 4 I looked also upon my right an evening sacrifice.
hand, and saw there was no man S Set & watch, O Lord, beforelthat would koow me.