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We wait for thy loving-kind-/also die and perish together, as =, O God, in the midst of thy well as the ignorant and foolish, ple.
and leave their riches for other O God, according to thy 11 And yet they think that their ne, so is thy praise unto the houses shall continue for ever, Id's end ; thy right hand is and that their dwelling places of righteousness.
shall endure from one generation Let the mount Sion rejoice, to another; and call the lands
the daughter of Judah be after their own names. 1, because of thy judgments. 12 Nevertheless, man will not 1 Walk about Sion, and go abide in honour, seeing he may id about her; and tell the be compared unto the beasts that ers thereof.
perish; this is the way of them. 2 Mark well her bulwarks, 13 This is their foolishness, and up her houses, that ye may their posterity praise their saying them that come after.
14 They lie in the bell like 3 For this God is our God for sheep; death gnaweth upon them, r and ever: He shall be our and the righteous shall have dode unto death.
minion over them in the morning Psalm 49. Audite hæc, omnes. their beauty shall consume in the Hear ye this, all ye people ; sepulchre out of their divelling. ponder it with your ears, all 15 But God hath delivered my Chat dwell in the world; soul from the place of hell : for High and low, rich and poor, he shall receive me. with another.
16 Be pot tbou afraid, though My mouth shall speak of wis- one be made rich, or if the glory 7, and my heart shall muse of of his house be increased; erstanding
17 For he shall carry nothing I will incline mine ear to away with him when he dielb, parable, and show my dark neither shall his pomp follow ech upon the harp.
him. Wherefore should I fear in 18 For while he lived, he coval days of wickedness, and when ed himself an happy man; and so wickedness of my heels com- long as thou doest well unto thy: seth me round about? self, men will speak good of thee, There be some that put their 19 He shall follow the generat in their goods, and boast tion of his fathers, and shall never mselves in the multitude of see light. rriches;
20 Man being in honour bali But no man may deliver his no understanding, but is compar her, nor make agreement un- ed unto the beast that perish. God for him : For it cost more to redeem
The tenth Day. r souls ; so that he must let
MORNING PRAYER. alone for ever;
Psalm 50. Deus deorum. Yea, though he live long, and THE Lord, even the more For he seeth that wise men and called the world, fron the
rising up of the sun unto the go. God, why dost thou preach my ing down thereof.
laws, and takest my covenant in 2 Out of Sion hath God ap- thy mouth; peared in perfect beauty.
17 Whereas thou hatest to be 3 Our God shall come, and shall reformed, and hast cast my words not keep silence; there shall go behind thee? before him a consuming fire, and
18 When thou sawest a thief, a mighty tempest shall be stirred thou consentedst unto him ; and up round about him.
hast been partaker with the adul4 He shall call the heaven from terers, above, and the earth, that he 19 Thou hast let thy mouth may judge his people.
speak wickedness, and with thy 5 Gather my saints together tongue thou hast set forth deceit. unto me; those that have made a 20 Thou sattest and spakest covenant with me with sacrifice. against thy brother; yea, and hast
6 And the heavens shall declare slandered thine own mother's his righteousness; for God is son. judge himself.
21 These things hast thou done, 7 Hear, O my people, and I and I held my tongue, and thou will speak ; 1 nyself will testify thoughtest wickedly, that I am against thee, O Ísrael; for I am even such a one as thyself: but I God, even thy God.
will reprove thee, and set before 8 I will not reprove thee be- thee the things that thou hasta cause of thy sacrifices, or for thy done. burnt-otfering; because they were 22 O consider this, ye that for not alway before me.
get God, lest I pluck you away, 9 I will take no bullock out of and there be none to deliver you. Ehine house, nor he-goat out of 23 Whoso offereth me thanks Ehy folds ;
and praise, he honoureth me; 10 For all the beasts of the and to him ihat ordereth bis conorests are mine, and so are the versation right, will I show the cattle upon a thousand hills. salvation of God;
11 I know all the fowls upon Psalm. 51. Miserere mei, Deus. he mountains, and the wild beasts HAVE mercy upon me, o God, the field are in my sight.
after thy great goodness, ac12 If I be hungry, I will not cording to ihe multitude of thy ell thee; for the whole world is mercies do away mine offences. ine, and all that is therein. 2 Wash me tboroughly. from
13 Thinkest thou that I would my wickedness; and cleanse me at bull's flesh, and drink the from my sin;
3 For I acknowledge my faults, 14 Offer unto God thanksgiv- and my sin is ever before me. ag, and pay thy vows unto the 4 Against thee only have 1 sinTost Highest.
ned, and done this evil in thy 15 And call upon me in the sight, that thou mightest be jusime of trouble ; so will I hear titied in thy saying, and clear See, and thou shalt praise me. when thou art judged.
JA Rat-cinto the ingodly said! 5 Behold, I was shapen in wicka
lood of goats ?
edness; and in sin hath my mo- tions; then shall they offer young ther conceived ine.
bullocks upon thine altar. 6 Butlo, thou requirest truth in Psalm 52. Quid gloriaris? the inward parts, and shalt make WHY boastest thou thyself,
thou tyrant, that thou canst cretly.
do mischief? 7 Thou shalt purge me with 2 Whereas the goodness of hyssop, and I shall be clean; thou God endureth yet daily. shalt wash me, and I shall be 3 Thy tongue imagineth wick. whiter than snow.
edness, and with lies thou cuttest 8 Thou shalt make me hear of like a sharp razor, joy and gladness, that the bones 4 Thou hast loved unrighteouswhich thou hast broken may re-ness more than goodness, and to joice.
talk of lies more than righteous9 Turn thy face from my sins, ness. and put out all my misdeeds. 5 Thou hast loved to speak all
10 Make me a clean heart, 0 words that may do hurt, 0 thou God, and renew a right spirit false tongue. within me.
6 Therefore shall God destroy 11 Cast me not away from thy thee for ever; he shall take thee, presence, and take not thy Holy and pluck thee out of thy dwell Spirit from me.
ing, and root thee out of the land 120 give me the comfort of thy of the living. help again, and stablish ine with 7 The righteous also shall see thy free Spirit.
this, and fear, and shall laugh bin '13 Then shall I teach thy ways to scorn: unto the wicked, and sinners shall 8 Lo, this is the man that took be converted unto thee. not God for his strength; but
14 Deliver me from blood-guil- trusted unto the multitude of his tiness, O God, thou that art the riches, and strengthened himself God of my health'; and my tongue in his wickedness. shall sing of thy righteousness. 9 As for me, I am like a green
15 Thou shalt open my lips, 0 olive-tree in the house of God; Lord, and my mouth shall show my trust is in the tender mercy thy praise.
of God for ever and ever. 16 For thou desirest no sacrifice, 10 I will always give thanks else would I give it thee; but thou unto thee for that thou hast done; delightest not in burnt-offerings. and I will hope in thy name, for
17 The sacrifice of God is a thy saints like it well. troubled spirit: a broken and con
EVENING PRAYER. trite heari, o God, shalt thou not Psalm 59. Dixit insipiens. despise. 18 O be favourable and gra
his heart, There is no God. cious unto Sion; build thou the
2 Corrupt are they, and be walls of Jerisalen.
come abominable in their wick 19 Then shalt thou be pleased edness; there is none that doel with the sacrifice of righteousness, good. with the burnt-offerings and obla
3 God looked down from hea
THE foolish body hath said in
ven upon the children of men, to Psalm 55. Exaudi, Deus. see if there were any that would HEAR my prayer, O God, and understand, and seek after God. hide not thyself from my
4 But they are all gone out petition. of the way, they are altogether 2 Take heed unto me, and become abominable; there is also hear me, how I mourn in my none that doeth good, no not one. prayer, and am vexed.
-5 Are they not without under 3 The enemy crieth so, and standing that work wickedness, the ungodly cometh on so fast; eating up my people as if they for they are minded to do mé would eat bread ? they have not some mischief, so maliciously are called upon God.
they set against me. 6 They were afraid, where no 4 My heart is disquieted with fear was; for God hath broken the in me, and the fear of death is bones of him that besieged thee; fallen upon me. thou hast put them to confusion, 5 Fearfulness and trembling are because God hath despised them. come upon me, and an horrible
7 Oh that the salvation were dread hath overwhelmed me. given unto Israel out of Sion! Oh 6 And I said, O that I had wings that the Lord would deliver his like a dove ; for then would I fee people out of captivity! away, and be at resi.
8 Then should Jacob rejoice, 7 Lo, then would I get me and Israel should be right glad. away far off, and remain in the
Psalm 54. Deus, in Nomine. wilderness. SAVE me, O God, for
8 I would make baste to esname's sake, and avenge me cape, because of the stormy wind in thy strength.
and tempest. 2 Hear my prayer, O God, and 9 Destroy their tongues, 0 hearken unto the words of my Lord, and divide them; for I have
spied unrighteousness and strife 3 For strangers are risen up in the city. against me; and tyrants, which 10 Day and night they go about have not God before their eyes, within the walls thereof; mis. seek after my soul.
chief also and sorrow are in the 4 Behold. God is my helper ; midst of it. the Lord is with them that up 11 Wickedness is therein ; debold my soul.
ceit and guile go not out of their 5 He shall reward evil unto streets. mine enemies: destroy thou them 12 For it is not an open enein thy truth:
my that hath done me this dis6 An offering of a free heart honour; for then I could have will I give thee, and praise thy borne it: name, O Lord; because it is so 13 Neither was it mine advercomfortable.
sary that did magnify bimself 7 For he bath delivered me against me; for then peradvenout of all my trouble ; and mine ture I would have hid myself eye hath seen his desire upon from him : mine enemies.
14 But it was even thou, my