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taken hold upon me, yet is m

Iniquos odio labui.

thy commandments; and all false I

Hate them that imagine evil ways t utterly abhor, things; but thy law do I love.

Mirabilia 2 Thou art my defence and THY testimonies are wonder shield; and my trust is in thy ful; therefore doth my soul word.

keep them. 3 Away from me, ye wicked; Wben thy word goeth fort, I will keep the commandments it giveth light and understanding of my God

unto the simple. 4 O stablish me according to 3 I opened my mouth, and thy word, that I may live; and drew in my breath for my delight let me not be disappointed of my was in thy commandments, hope.

4 O look thiou opon me, and te 5 Hold thou me up, and I shall merciful unto me, as thou used be safe; yca, my delight shall be to do unto those that love thy ever in thy statutes.

6 Thou hast trodden down all 5 Order my steps in thy word; them that depart from thy sta- and so shall no wickedness bare tutes ; for they imagine but deceit. dominion over me.

7 Thou puttest away all the 60 deliver me from the ungodly of the earth like dross; wrongful dealings of men, and so therefore I love thy testimonies. shall I keep thy commandment,

8 My flesh trembleth for fear 7 Show the light of thy coor of thee ; and I am afraid of thy tenance upon thy' servail, and judgments.

teach me thy statutes. Feci judicium.

3 Mine eyes gush ont will wa I Deal with the thing that is law-ter, because men keep not u

ful and right; O give me not law. over into mine oppressors.

Justus es, Domine. 2 Make thou thy servant to de-R"

IGHTEOUS art thou, O Lordlight in that which is good, that and true is thy judgment, the proud do me no wrong.

2 The testimonies that thou 3 Mine eyes are wasted away bast commanded are exceeding with looking for thy health, and righteous and true. for the word of thy righteousness.

3 My zeal hath even consume 4 O deal with ihy servant ac- me; because mine enemies bara cording unto thy loving mercy, forgotten thy words. and teach me thy statutes.

4 Thy word is tried to the u5 I am thy servant; O grant termost, and thy servant lovethi me understanding, that I may

5 I am small and of no repulsknow thy testiinonies.

tion; yet do I not forget to com6 It is time for thee, Lord, to mandments. lay to thine hand; for they have

6 Thy righteousness is an ever desíroyed thy law.

lasting righteousness, and hyde 7 For I love thy command is the truth. ments above gold and precious

7 Trouble and heavinees haru 8 Therefore hold I straight all delight in thy' commandments.



ay trust.


8 The righteousness of thy tes- the transgressors; because they monies is everlasting: 0 grant keep not thy law. ne understanding, and I shall 7 Consider, O Lord, how I love ve.

thy commandments; O quicken EVENING PRAYER. mne according to thy loving-kind

Clamuvi in toto corde meo. Call with my whole heart; 8 Thy word is true from ever

hear me, O Lord, I will keep lasting; all the judgments of thy ay statutes.

righteousness endure for ever2 Yea, even unto thee do I call; more. elp me, and I shall keep thy

Principes persecuti sunt. estimonies.

PRINCES' have persecuted me 3 Early in the morning do I without a cause; but my heart ry unto thee; for in thy word is standeth in awe of thy word.

2 I ain as glad of thy word, as 4 Mine eyes prevent the nightjone that findeth great spoils. watches; that I might be occu 3 As for lies, I hate and abhox ied in thy srorus.

them; but thy law do I love. 5 Hear my voice, O Lord, ac Seven times a day do I praise ording unto thy loving-kindness; thee; because of thy righteous uicken me according as thou art judgments.

5 Great is the peace that they 6 They draw nigh that of ma- have who love thy law; and they ce persecute me, and are far are not offended at it. rom thy lawy.

6 Lord, I have looked for thy 7. Be thou nigh at Land, o saving health, and done after thy Eord, for all thy commandments comunandmunts. re true.

7 My soul bath kept thy tes. 8 As concerning thy testimo- timonies, and loved them exceedies, I have known long since, lingis. hat thou hast grounded them for! 3 I have kept thy command

inenis and testiinonies; for all my l'ide humiliacin.

Ways are ljetore tliee. Consider mine adversity, and drpropinque de precatio.

deliver me, for I do not fur- LET in coriple eat come beet thy law.

Türe ihee, O Lord; give me 2 Avenge thou my cause, and wide standing acccrding to thy Heliver me; quicken me accurd word. ng to thy word.

Let mny supplication come 3 Health is far from the un- before thice; deliver me accordcodly; for they regard not tying to thy word.

My lips shail speak of thy 4 Great is thy mercy, O Lord; praise, when thou hast taught me quicken me as ihon art wont. thy statutes.

5 Many there are that trouble Yta, my tongue shall sing of ne, and persecute me; yet do lithy word; for all thy commandzot swerve from thy testimonies. Inents are righteous.

6 It grieveth me when I see 5 Let thine hand help me; for I



have chosen thy conimandments./keeper: the Lord is thy defence

6 I have longed for thy saviny upon thy right hand; health, O Lord; and in ily law 6 So that the sun shall not bura is my delight.

thee by day, neither the moon by 70 let my soul live, and it shail night. praise thee; and thy jud ments 7 The Lord shall preserve thee shall help me.

irom all evil; yea, it is even be 3 I have gone astray like a that shall keep thy soul. sheep that is lost; ( seek thy 8 The Lord sball preserve thy serrant, for I do not forget this going out and thy comingin, from commandınents.

linis time fortb for ererciore. The tui nty-s: tenth Day.

Psalm 122. Lætatus sum.

Was glad when they said unto Psalın 120. Ad Dominum. me. We will go into the house WHEN I was in trouble, of the Lord.

cailed upon the Lord, and 2 Our feet shall stand in by he heard me.

gates. O Jerusalen. 2 Deliver my soul, O Lord, 3 Jerusalem is built as a city from lying lips, and from a deceit- that is at unity in itself. ful tongue.

4. For thither the tribes go 3 What reward shall be given even the tribes of the Lord, to or done unto thee, thou false testify unto Israel, to give thalle tongue? even mighty and sharp unto the name of the Lord. arrows, with hot burning coals. 5 For there is the seat of judg.

4 Woe is me, that I am con-ment, even the seat of the house strained to dwell with Mesech, of David. and to have my habitation among

f O pray for the peace the tents of Kedar.

rusalem; they shall prosper that 5 My soul hath long dwelt love thee. among them that are enemies 7 Peace be within thy walls, and

plenteousness within thy palaces 6 l labour for peace; but when

8 For my brethren and comI speak unto them thereof, they|panions' sakes, I will wish lice make them ready to battle. prosperity: Psalm 121. Levari oculos micos.

9 Yea, because of the house of I Will lift up mine eyes unto the the Lord our God, I will seek to

hills, from whence cometh my do thee good. help.

Psalm 123. Ail te levavi oculos mcos. 2 My help

cometh even from UNTO thee lift I up mine eye the Lord, who hath made heaven

in the and earth.

heavens. 3 He will not suffer thy foot to

2 Behold, even as the eyes of be moved; and he that keepeth servants look unto the hand of thee will not sleep.

their masters, and as the eyes of rael shall neither slumber nor mistress. even so our eyes wall

4 Behold, lie that keepeth Is. a maiden unto the hand of her sleep. 5 The Lord himself is thy have mercy upon us.

upon the Lord our God, until he

of Je

unto peace.

3 Have mercy upon us, O Lord, unto their own wickedness, the ve mercy upon us; for we are Lord shall lead them forth with terly despised.

the evil doers; but peace shall 4 Our soul is filled with the be upon Israel. ornsul reproof of the wealthy, EVENING PRAYER. d with the despitefulness of the Psalm 126. In convertendo. oud.


THEN the Lord turned again Psalm 124. Nisi quia Dominus.

the captivity of Sion, then Fthe Lord himself had not been were we like unto them that

on our side, now may Israel dream. y; if the Lord himself had not

2 Then was our mouth filled een on our side, when men lose with laughter. and our tongue n against us;

with joy. 2. They had swallowed us up 3 I'hen said. they among the aick; when they were so wrath- heathen, The Lord hath done lly displeased at us.

great things for them. 3 Yea,the waters had drowned

4 Yea, the Lord hath done 3, and the stream had gone over great things forus already ; whereur soul.

of we rejoice: 4. The deep waters of the proud 5 Turn our captivity, O Lord, ad gone even over our soul.

as the rivers in the south. 5 But praised be the Lord, who 6 Tuey that sow in tears, shall ath not given us over for a prey reap in joy. into their teeth.

7 He that now goeth on his 6. Our soul is escaped even 2 way weeping, and beareth forth

bird out of the snars of the good seed, shall doubtless come owler; the snare is broken, and again with joy, and bring liis ve are delivered.

sheaves with himn. 7 Our help siandeth in the Psalm 127. Visi Dominus. name of the Lord, who hath EXCEPT the Lord build the made heaven and earth.

house, their labour is but lost Psalm 125. Qui confidunt.

lihat build it. THEY that put their trust in 2 Except the Lord keep the

the Lord shall be even as city, the watchmen waketh but in che mount Sion, which may not vain. be removed, but standeth fäst for 3 It is but lost labour that ye

haste to rise up early, and so late 2 The hills stand about Jerusa- take rest, and eat the bread of lem; even so standeth the Lord carefulness; for so he giveth his round about his people, from this beloved slcer. time forth for evermore.

1 Lo, children and the fruit of 3 For the rod of the ungodly the womb, are an heritage and cometh not unto the lot of the gift that cometh of the Lord. righteous ; lest the righteous put 5 Like as the arrows in the their band unto wickedness hand of the giant, even so are the

4 Do well, O Lord, unto those young children, Ihat are good and true of heart.

6 Hapny is the man that bath 5 As for such as turn back his quiver full of them; they sball


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not be ashamed when they speak; 8 So that they who go by sa with their enemies in the gate. not so much as, The Lord prow

Psalm 122. Beati omnes. per you, we wish you good luck BLESSED are all they that fear in the name of the Lord i den

the Lord, and walk 'in his Psali 130. De profiliais. ways.

OUT of the deep have I called 2 For thou shalt eat the labour unto thee, O Lord, Lord of thine hands: 0 well is thee, hear my voice. and happy shalt thou be.

2 o let thine ears consider web 3 Thy wife shall be as the fruit- the voice of my complaint, ful vine upon the walis of thine 3 If thou, Lord, wilt be extreme house.

to mark what is done Samiss o 4 Thy children like the olive Lord, who may abide it, branches, round about thy table. 4 Forthere is mercy withthee,

5 Lo, thus shall the man be therefore shalt thou be feared. blessed that feareth the Lord. 5 I look for the Lord, my soul

6 The Lord from out of Sion doth wait for him; in his word shall so bless thee, that thou shalt is my trust. see Jerusalem in prosperity all 6 My soul fleeth unto the Lord thy life long;

before the morning-watels, I say 7 Yea, that thou shalt see thy before the morning-watch. children's children, and peace 70 Israel, trust in the Lord;

for with the Lord there is mercy, Psalm 129. Sæpe expugnaverunt. and with him is plenteous redemp MANY a time have they foughttion.

against me from my youth 8 And he shall redeem Israel up, may Israel now say ; from all bis sins.

2 Yea, many a time have they Psalm 131. Domine, non est vexed

me from my youth up; but LORD, I am not higla-minded they have not prevailed against

I have no proud looks)

2 I do not exercise myself in 3 The plowers plowed upon great matters which are too high my back, and made long tur- for me; rows;

3 But I refrain my-soul, and 4 But the righteous Lord hath keep it low, like as a child that is hewn the snares of the 'ungodly weaned from bis mothers yee in pieces.

my soul is even as a weaned child 5 Let them be confounded and 4 O Israel, trust in the Lord, turned backward, as many as from this time forth forevermore have evil will at Sion. 6 Let them be even as the

The twenty-cighth Day,

MORNING PRAYER. grass growing upon the house

Psalm 132. Memento, Domine. Eops, which withered afore it be LORD, remember Dávid, and plucked up;

all his trouble. ny. Whereof the mower filleth 2 How he sware unto the Lord; not his hand, neither he that and vowed a vow. unto the Al bindeth up the sleaves his bo-mighty God of Jacobs som.

3 I will not come willin the

upon Israel.


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