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ill I speak; but I was sore trou-trouble ; and the Lord beard me led: I said in my haste, All men at large. re liars.
6 The Lord is on my side, I 11 What reward shall I give will rot fear what man doeth nto the Lord, for all the benefits unto me. hat he hath done unto me? 7 The Lord taketh my part
12 I will receive the cup of sal- with thein that help me; there. ation, and call upon the name fore shall I see my desire upon fthe Lord :
mine enemies. 13 I will pay my vows now in 8 It is better to trust in the de presence of all bis people : Lord, than to put any confidence Eght dear in the sight of the in man. Lord is the death of his saints. 9 It is better to trust in the
14 Behold, O Lord, how that Lord, thari to put any conäidence am thy servant; I am thy ser- in princes. ant, and the son of thy hand 10 All nations compassed me zaid; thou hast broken my bonds round about; but in the name of sunder
the Lord will I destroy them. 15 I will offer to thee the sacri 11 They kept me in on every ce of thanksgiving, and will call side, they kept me 11:, I say, on pon the name of the Lord. every side; bui in the name of 16 ! will pay my vows unto the the Lord will I destroy them. ord, in the sizht of all his peo 12 They camabout me liko e, in the courts of the Lord's bees, and are extinct even as tha puse : even in the midst of thee, fire among the thorns : for in the Jerusalem. Praise the Lord. name of the Lord will I destroy Psalm 117. Laudate Dominum. them Praise the Lord, all ye hea
13 Thou hast thrust sore at me, then; praise him, all ye na- that I might fall; but the Lord
was my help. 2 For his merciful kindness is 14 The Lord is my strength and Fer more and more towards us; my song; and is become my salad the truth of the Lord en-vation. areth forever. Praise the Lord. 15 The voice of joy and health Psalm 118. ('orifitmi lionio.
is in the duellings of the righteGive thanks into the Lord. us ; the risbt hard of the Lord
for be is graci.ius; because bringeth mighty things to pass. s mercy endureth for ever. 1. The right hand of the Lord 2 Let Israel now confess that hath the preeminence; the right
is gracious, and thiat bis mercy hand of the Lord bringeth mighty dureth for ever.
things to pass. 3 Let the house of Aaron nou 17 I shall not die, but live, and ntess, thiat his mercy endureth declare the works of the Lord. rever.
19 The Lord hath chastened 4 Yea, let them now that fear and corrected me: but he hath e Lord confess. that his mercy not given me over wito death dureth for ever.
19 Open me the gates of righ5 I called upon the Lord in teousness, tbat I may go into
them, and give thanks unto the while I have respect unto thy Lord.
commandments. 20 This is the gate of the Lord, 7 I will thank thee with an unthe righteous shall enter into it. feigned heart, when I shall have
1 I will thank thee; for thou learned the judgments of the hast heard me, and art become righteousness. my salvation.
8 I will keep thy ceremonies; 22 The same stone which the O forsake me not utterly. builders refused, is beconic the
In quo corriget? head-stone in the corner. WHerewithal shall a young
23 This is the Lord's doing, man cleanse his way? ever and it is marvellous in our eyes. by ruling bimself after thy word.
21 This is the day which the 2 With my whole heart have Lord bath made; we will rejoice I sought thee; O let me not go and be glad in it.
wrong out of thy commandmenis. 25 Help me now, O Lord: 0 3 Thy words have I hid within Lord, send us now prosperity.
my heart, that I should not sin 26 Blessed be he that cometh against thee. in the name of the Lord: we have + Blessed art thou, O Lord; 0 wished you good luck, ye that teach me thiy statutes. are of the house of the Lord.
5. With my lips have I been 27 God is the Lord, who hath telling of all the judgments of thy showed us light: bind the sacri- mouth. fice with cords, yca, even unto
6 I have had as great delight in the horns of the altar.
the way of thy testimonies, as in 28 Thou art my God, and I will all manner of riches. thank thee; thou art my God, and 7 I will talk of thy commande I will praise thee.
ments, and have respect unto the 290 give thanks unto the ways. Lord; for he is gracious, and his 8 My delight shall be in the mercy endureth for ever. statutes, and I will not forget thy EVENING PRAYER.
word. Psalm 119. Beati immaculati.
Retribue ser to tuo. BLESSED are those that are O Do well unto thy servant; undefiled in the way, and
that I may live and keep thy walk in the law of the Lord.
word. 2 Blessed are they that keep 2 Open thou mine eyes; his testimonies, and seek him may see the wondrous things of with their whole heart.
3 For they who do no wicked 3 I am a stranger upon earth; ness, walk in his ways.
O hide not thy commandments: 4 Thon hast charged, that we from me. shall diligently keep thy com
4 My soul breaketh out for the mandments.
very fervent desire that it halls 5 O that my ways were made alway unto thy judgments. so direct, that I might keep thy
5 Thou hast rebuked the statutes!
proud ; and cursed are they thal 6 So shall I not be confounded, (do err from thy commandmenta
5 O turn from me shame and 5 0 turn away mine eyes, lest uke; for I have kept thy tes- they behold vanity; and quicken onies.
thou me in thy way. Princes also did sit and speak 6 0 stablish thy word in thy inst me; but thy servant is servant, that I may fear thee. cupied in thy statutes.
7 Take away the rebuke that For thy testimonies are my I am afraid of; for thy judgments ght and my counsellors. are good. Adhæsit pavimento.
8 Behold, my delight is in thy [Y soul cleaveth to the dust ; commandments ; quicken me
O quicken thou me, accord- in thy righteousness. to thy word.
Et veniat super me 2
acknowledged my LET thy loving mercy, come ys, and thou heardest me: 0
O , ch me thy statutes.
thy salvation, according unto thy 3 Make me to understand the word. y of thy commandments; and 2 So shall I make answer unto shall i talk of thy wondrous
my blasphemers; for my trust is Erks.
in thy word. My soul melteth away for 3 Ö take not the word of thy -y heaviness; comfort thou me truth utterly out of my mouth; cording unto thy word.
for my hope is in thy judgments. 5 Take from me the way of 1 So shall I alway keep thy ng, and cause thou me to make law: yea, for ever and ever. Ech of thy law.
5 And I will walk at liberty ;. I bave chosen the way of for I seek thy commandments. th, and thy judgments have 1 6 I will speak of thy testimod before me.
nies also, even before kings, and I have stuck unto thy testi- will not be ashamed nies; O Lord, confound me not.
7 And my delight shall be in 3 I will run the way of thy thy commandments, which I have mmandments, when thou hast loved. my heart at liberty.
8 My hands also will I lift up
junto thy commandments, which The twenty-fifth Day MORNING 'RAYER.
I have loved; and my study shall Legen poile.
be in thy statutes. EACH me, O Lord, the way
Memor esto servi tui. of thy statutes, and I shall O Think upon thy servant, as ep it unto the end:
concerning thy word, where2 Give me understanding, and in thou hast caused me to put my hall keep thy lay ; yea, I shall trust. Ep it with my whole heart. 2 The same is ray comfort in 3 Make me to go in the path my trouble; for thy word hath tlıy commandments; for there- quickened me. is my desire.
3 The proud have had me ex1. Incline mine heart unto thy ceedingly in derision; yet have ! timonics, and not to covetous- not shrinked from thy law.
i 4 For I remembered thine
2 Mine eyes long sore ford
everlasting judgments, O Lord, 4 Thou art good and gracious: and received comiort.
o teach me thy statutes. 5 I am horribly afraid, for the 5 The proud have imagined gedly that forsake thy law. a lie against me; but I will keep
6 Thy siatutes have been my thy commandments with my songs, in the house of my pil- whole heart. grimage.
6 Their heart is as fat as brawa; 7 I have thought upon thy but my delight hath been in de Eame, O Lord, in the night sea- law, 50ll, and have kept ily law. 7 It is good for me that I have
8 This I had, because I kell been in trouble; that I may learn hy commandinents.
thy statutes. Portio mea, Domine.
8 The law of thy: mouth: (TOU art my portiou. O Lord ; dearer unto me than thousand
I bave promised to keep thy of gold and silver. law.
EVENING PRAYER I made my humble petition Manus tuæ fecerunt, pulemy en ihy presence with my whole THY hands have made mezonul heart ; O be merciful unto me,
fashioned me: O give meuraccording to thy word. derstanding, that I may learnthy
3 I called mine own ways to commandments. remembrance, and turned my 2 They that fear thee, will be feet unto thy testimonies. glad when they see me; hecause
4 I made liaste, and prolonged i have put my trust in thy word not the time, to keep thy com 3 I know, O Lord, that by mandments.
judgments are right, and the 5 The congregations of the thou of very faithfulness hot ungodly have robbed me; but I caused me to be troubled.; have not forgotten thy law. 4 O Let thy mercifol kindnes
6 at midnight I will rise to give be my comfort, according doll thanks unto thee; because of thy word unto thy servant. righteous judgments.
5 Olet thy loving mercies come 17 I am a companion of all them unto me, that I may live; for the that fear thee, and keep thy com- law is my delight. mandments.
6 Let the proud be eanfound3 The earth, O Lord, is full ofled, for they go wickedly abouto thy mercy: 0 teach me thy sta- destroy nie; but I will be orotuies.
pied in thy commandmentus, Bonitatem fecisti.
7 Let such as fear thee, and O Lord, thou hast dealt gra- have known thy testimonieyde
ciously with thy servant, ac-turned unto me. cording unto this word.
8 O let my heart be sound in 2 o learn me true understand- thy statutes, that I be not ashame.. ing and knowledge : for I have believed thy commandments.
My soul hath longed for the 3 Before I was troubled, I went
salvation, and I haven.com wrong; but now have I kept thy hope because of thy wordt word.
Diferit anima mea 3
word; saying, 0 when wilt thou 2 Thou, through thy command. Bomfort me?
ments, hast made me wiser than 3 For I am become like a bot-mine enemies; for they are ever Ele in the smoke; yet do I not with me. Eorget thy statutes.
3 I have more understanding 4 How many are the days of than my teachers; for thy testi chy servant? when wilt thou be monies are my study. Evenged of them that persecute I am wiser than the aged; bene?
cause I keep thy commandments. 5 The proud have digged pits 5 I have refrained my feet from For me, which are not afterthy law. every evil way, that I may keep
6 All thy comniandments are thy word. Erue: they persecute me falsely ; 6 I have not shrunk from thy be thou my help.
judgments; for-thou teachest me. 7 They had almost made an 7 O how sweet are thy words end of me upon earth; but I for- unto my throat; yea. sweeter ook not thy commandments. than honey unto my mouth!
8 O quicken me after thy lov 8 Through thy commandments ng-kindness; and so shall I keeps! get understanding ; therefore I che testimonies of thy mouth.
liate all evil ways. In æternum, Domine.
The trventy-sitth Day. O Lord, thy word endureth for ever in heaven.
MORNING PRAYER. ? Thy truth also remaineth Lucerna pedibus meis. rom one generation to another: THY word is a lantern unto my
feet, and a light unto my he earth, and it abideth. paths.
2. They continue this day ac 2 I have sworn, and am stead. Cording to thine ordinance; for fastly purposed, to keep thy righserve thee.
teous judgments. 4 If my delight had not been 3 I am troubled above nieathy law, I should have perished sure: quicken me, O Lord, acmy trouble.
cording to thy word. 5 I will never forget thy com 4 Let the free-will offerings of pandments ; for with them thon my mouth please thee, O Lord; mast quickened me.
and teach me thy judgments. 6 I am thine : 0 save me,
My soul is alway in my band; ave sought thy commandments. yet do I not forget ihy laur. 7 The ungodly laid wait for 6 The ungodly have laid a ne, to destroy me; but I will snare for me; but yet I swerved onsider thy testimonies. not from thy commandments.
8 I see that all things come to 7 Thy testimonies have I claimnend; but thy commandment ed as mine heritage for ever. and 5 exceeding broad.
why? they are the very jy of Quomoclo dileri! LORD. vhat love bave I unto 8 I have applied my heart to
thy law! a!l the day long is my fulfil thy statutes alway, even untudy in it
to the end,