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illo of all thy marvellous Orks. 2 I will be glad and rejoice in Be; yea, my songs will I make of name, 0 thou Most Highest. } While mine enemies are driback, they shall fall and peat thy presence : Forthouhastmaintained my t and my cause; thou art set he throne that judgest right. Thou hast rebuked the hea, and destroyed the ungodly ; hast put out their name for and ever. ) thou enemy, destructions ome to a perpetual end ; is the cities which thou hast yed, their memorial is pewith them. ut the Lord shall endure r; he hath also prepared for judgment. r he shall judge the world teousness, and minister igment unto the peo
* Lord also will be a de• the oppressed, even a due time of trouble. d they that know thy I put their trust in thee; Lord, Ilast never failed seek thee. raise the Lord which n Sion ; show the peoloings: when he maketh inquilood he remembereth orgetteth not the come poor. mercy upon me, O ider the trouble which them that hate me, otest me up from the * 3 I may show all thy in the ports of the
daughter of Sion: I will rejoice in thy salvation. 15 The heathem are sunk down in the pit that they made ; in the same net which they hid privily is their foot taken. 16 The Lord is known to execute judgment; the ungodly is trapped in the work of his own hands. 17 The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the people that forget God. 18 For the poor shall not alway be forgotten; the patient abiding of the meek shall not perish for ever’. 19 | Lord, and let not man have the upper hand; let the heathen be judged in thy sight. 20 Put them in fear, O Lord, that the heathen may know themselves to be but men. Psalm 10. Ut quid, Domine 2 WHy standest thou so far off, O Lord, and hidest thy face in the needful time of trouble 2 2 The ungodly, for his own lust, doth persecute the poor: let them be taken in the crafty wilimess that they have imagined. 3 For the ungodly hath made boast of his own heart's desire, and speaketh good of the covetous, whom God abhorreth. 4 The ungodly is so proud, that he careth not for God, neither is God in all his thoughts. 5 His ways are alway grievous; thy judgments are far above out of his sight, and therefore defieth he all his enemies. 6 For he hath said in his heart, Tush, I shall never be cast down, there shall no harm happen unto Ime. 7 His mouth is full of curs
ing, deceit, and fraud; under his gue is ungodliness and vanity. ; He sitteth lurking in the evish corners of the streets, i privily in his lurking dens h he murder the in no cent; his is are set against the poor. For he lieth waiting secretly : on as a lion luri, eth he in his 1, that he may ravish the poor. 0 He doth ravish the poor, en he gettetl, him into his net. 1 He falleth down and humth himself. that the congregan of the poor may fall into the lds of his captains. 2 He hath said in his heart, sh, God hath forgotten ; he eth away his face, and he will rer see it. 3 Arise, O Lord God, and lift thine hand; forget not the poor. 4. Wherefore shall the wickblaspheme God, while he doth in his heart, Tush, thou God est not for it? 5 Surely thou hast seen it; for u beholdest ungodliness and Ong, 6 That thou mayest take the iter into thy hand: the poor mmitteth himself unto thee; thou art the helper of the indless. 7 Break thou the power of the godly and malicious; take ay his ungodliness, and thou It find none. 3 The Lord is King for ever ! ever, and the heathen are ished out of the land. 9 Lord, thou hast heard the ire of the poor; thou prepartheir heart, and thine ear irkeneth thereto. 0 To help the fatherless and or unto their right, that the n of the earth he no more exid against them.
3 THE PSALTER.
Psalm 11. In Downino confide. HN the Lord put I my trust; hi say ye then to my soul, that should flee as a bird unto the hill 2 For Io, the ungodly their bow, and make ready arrows within the quiver, that they may privily shoot at them which are true of heart. 3 For the foundations will be cast down ; and what hath the righteous done * 4 The Lord is in his holy tem. ple; the Lord's seat is in heave. 5 His eyes consider the pod, and his eye-lids try the children of men. 6 The Lord alloweth the fish.
doth his soul abhor. storm and tempest: this shallbo righteousness: his countenant Psalm 12, Salvum me foe. the saithful are minished from one with his neighbour; theyi, 3 The Lord shall root 4. Which have said, Lord over us 2 ... • of the deep sighing of the
6 I will up, Shish the Lord, and ill help every, one from him alswellethagainsthim, and will t him at rest. 7 The words of the Lord are re words, even as the silver ich from the earth is tried, and ified seven times in the fire. | Thou shal; keep them, O d; thou shalt preserve him n this generation for ever. The ungodly walk on every ; when they are exalted, the łren of men are put to re
salm 13. Usque quo, Domine 3 W long wilt thou forget me, ) Lord; for ever ? how long hou hide thy face from me * ow long shall I seek counsel soul, and be so vexed in my 'How long shall mine eneriumph over me * insider, and hear me, O y God; lighten mine eyes, leep not in death; t mine enemy say, I have ld against him : for if I be wn, they that trouble me lice at it. my trust is in thy mercy, leart is joyful in thy sal
ing of the Lord, because ast so lovingly with me; praise the name of the : Highest. 14. Dixit insipiens. I hath said in his heart, is no God. a corrupt, and become in their doings; there t doeth good, no not
rd looked down from 1 the children of men, e were any that would
and seek after God:
4 But they are all gone out of the way, they are altogether become abominable ; there is none that doeth good, no not one. 5 Their throat is an open sepulchre; with their tongues have they deceived: the poison of asps is under their lips. 6 Their mouth is full of cursing and bitterness; their feet are swift to shed blood. 7 Destruction and unhappiness is in their ways, and the way of peace have they not known; there is no fear of God before their eyes. 8 Have they no knowledge, that they are asl such workers of mischief, eating up my people as it were bread, and cali not upon the Lord * 9 There were they brought in great fear, even where no fear was ; for God is in the generation of the righteous. 10 As for you, ye have made a mock at the counsel of the poor; because he putteth his trust in the Lord. 11 Who shall give salvation unto Israel out of Sion ? When the Lord turneth the captivity of his people, then shall Jacob rejoice, and Israel shall be glad. The third Day. MORNING PRAYER. Psalo, 15. Domine, quis habitabit & LQRP, who shall dwell in thy tabernacle 2 or who shall rest upon thy holy hill: 2 Even he that leadeth an uncorrupt life, and doeth the thing which is right, and speaketh the truth from his heart: 3 He that hath used no deceit in his tongue, nor done evil to
his neighbour, and hath not slandered his neighbour: 4 IIe that setteth not by him. 20
13 Up, Lord, disappoint him. and cast him down; deliver my soulstom the ungodly, which is a sword of thine: 14 From the men of thy hand, O Lord, from the men I say, and ‘rom the evil world; which have their portion in this life, whose jellies thou fillest with thy hid TeaSure. 15 They have children at their 'esire, and leave the rest of their abstance for their babes. 16 But as for me, I will behold y presence in righteousness; d when I awake up after thy eness, I shall be satisfied with
EVENING PRAYER. Psalm 18. Diligam fe, Domine. Will love thee, O Lord, my strength. The Lord is my ly rock, and my defence, my jour, my God, and my might, hom I will trust; my buckler, orn also of my salvasion, and efuge. wiłł call upon the Lord, his worthy to be praised: so ! be safe from mine enemies. Whe sorrows of death comme, and the overflowings ;odliness made me afraid. ie pains of hell came about e snares of death overtook
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