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4 Yes, the Lord battle things for us already; 5 e rejoice.

3 Turn our captivis, di the rivers in the south

6 They that sow 13 reap in jor.

7 He that now goeun 'weeping, and beareth is

seed, shall doubles es with joy, and bring is d with him.

Psalm 127. Visi list

3 Tlıy wife shall be as the fruit-| 6 My soul tieeth unto the Lord ful vine upon the walls of thine before the morning-watch, I say, house.

before the morning-watch. 4 Thy children like the olive 7 O Israel, trust in the Lord; for branches, round about thy table, with the Lord there is mercy, and

5 Lo, thus shall the man be with him is plenteous redemption. blessed that feareth the Lord, 8 And he shall redeem Israel

6. The Lord from out of Sion from all his sins. shall so bless thee, that thou shalt Psalm 131. Domine, non est. see Jerusalem in prosperity ali thy LORD, I am not high-minded, life long;

7 Yea, that thou shalt see thy 2 I do not exercise myself in children's chi dren, and peace upon great matters which are too high Israel. Psalm 129. Sæpe expugnaverunt. keep it low, like as a child that is

3 But I refrain my soul, and

any against me from my youth up, soul is even as a weaned child. may Israel now say;

4 0 Israel, trust in the Lord, 2 Yea, many, a time have they from this time forth for evermore. vexed me from my youth up; but they have not prevailed against me. The twenty-eighth Day. 3 The plowers plowed upon my

MORNING PRAYER. back, and made long furrows; Psalm 132. Memento, Domine.

4 But the righteous Lord, hath LORD, remember Dávid, and alı hown the snares of the ungodly in pieces.

2 How he sware unto the Lord, 5 Let them be confounded and and vowed a vow unto the Almighty turned backward, as many as have God of Jacob; evil will at Sion.

3 I will not come within the 6 Let them be eren as the grass tabernacle of mine nouse, nor growing upon the house-tops, climb up into my bed ; which withereth afore it be plucked! 4 I will not suffer mine eyes to

sleep, nor mine eye-lids to slumWhereof the mower filleth notjber, neither the temples of my head his hand, neither he that bindeth to take any rest; up the sheaves his bosom.

5 Until I find out a place for the s so that they who go by say temple of the Lord; an habitation Got so much as, The Lord prosper for the mighty God of Jacob. you, we wish you good luck in the GLO, we heard of the same at name of the Lord.

Ephrata, and found it in the wood. Psalm 130. De profundis.

7 We will go into his tabernacle

land fall low on our knees before OUT of the deep have I called his footstool. unto thee, O Lord; Lord, hear 8 Arise, O Lord, into thỳ resting

place; thou, and the ark of thy 2 O let thine ears consider well strength. the voice of my complaint.

9 Let thy priests be clothed with 3Hf thou, Lord, wilt be extreme righteousness; and let thy saints to mark what is done amiss, O sing with joyfulness. Lord, who may abide it?

10 For thy servant David's sake, 4 For there is mercy with thee; turn not away the presence of thing therefore shalt thou be feared. Anointed.

5 I look for the Lord; my soul. 11 The Lord hath made a faith. doth wait for him; in his word is ful oath unto David, and he shall

Inot shrink from it;

EXCEPT the Lord's

house, their labozi that build it.

2 Except the Lord kept the watchman walket er

3 It is but lost lake baste to rise up earts

, s take rest, and eat the best fulness; for so he great

up;

loved sleep.

children.

my voice.

4 Lo, children and the the womb, are an hentes that cometh of the Lord

5 Like as the arrows of the giant, even so att

6 Happy is the man
his quiver full of thes;
not be ashamed when
with their enemies in tai

Psalm 128. Beste
BLESSED are all the

the Lord, and multi
ways.

2 For thou shalt el ten of thine hands; O melis happy shalt thou be

my trust,

evermore.

12 or the fruit of thy body shalls, 30 praise the Lord; for the I set upon thy seat,

Lord is gracious: O sing praison 13 If thy children will keep my unto his name; for it is lovely. covenant, and my testimonies that 4 For why ? the Lord hath cho I shall learn them; their children sen Jacob unto himself, and Israel also shall sit upon thy seat for for his own possession.

5 For I know that the Lord is 14 For the Lord hath chosen great, and that our Lord is above Sion to be an habitation for him- all gods. self: he hath longed for her. 6° Whatsoever the Lord pleased,

15 This shall be my rest for ever: that did he in heaven, and in earth; here will I dwell, for I have a de- in the sea, and in all deep places, light therein.

7 He bringeth forth the clouds 16 I will bless her victuals with from the ends of the world, and increase, and will satisfy her poor sendeth forth lightnings with the with bread.

rain, bringing the winds out of his : 17 I will deck her priests with treasures. health, and her saints shall rejoice 8 He smote the first born of and sing.

Egypt, both of man and beast. 18 There shall I make the horn 9 He hath sent tokens and wonof David to flourish; I have or- ders into the midst of thee, O thou dained a lantern for mine Anointed. land of Egypt; upon Pharaoh, and

19 As for his enemies, I shall all his servants.
clothe them with shame: but upon 10 He smote divers nations, and
himself shall his crown flourish. slew mighty kings;

Psalm 133. Ecce, quam bonum. 11 Sebon, king of the Amorites;
BEHOLD, how good and

joyful and Og, the king of Basan ; and all
a thing it is, brethren, to dwell the kingdoms of Canaan
together in unity.

- 12 And gave their land to be an Ž It is like the precious ointment heritage, even an heritage unlo upon the head, that ran down unto Israel, his people. the beard, even unto Aaron's beard, 13 Thy name, O Lord, endureth and went down to the skirts of his for ever; so doth thy memorial, O clothing

Lord, from one generation to 3 Like as the dew of Hermon, another. which fell upon the hill of Sion. 14 For the Lord will avenge his

4 For there the Lord promised people, and be gracious unto his his blessing, and life for evermore. servants.

Psalm 134. Ecce nunc. 15 As for the images of the heaBEHOLD now, praise the Lord, then, they are but silver and gold;

all ye servants of the Lord. the work of men's hands. 2 Ye that by night stand in the 16 They have mouths, and speak nouse of the Lord, even in the not; eyes have they, but they set courts of the house of our God.

not. 3 Litt up your hands in the sanc- 17 They have ears, and yet they tuary, and praise the Lord. hear not; neither is there any breath

4 The Lord, that made heaven in their mouths. and earth, give thee blessing out of 18 They that make them are like Sion.

unto them; and so are all they that Psalm 135. Laudate Nomen. put their trust in them. O PRAISE, the Lord, laud ye the 19 Praise the Lord, ye house of

name of the Lord; praise it, Israel; praise the Lord, ye house ye servants of the Lord.

of Aaron. 2 Ye that stand in the house of 20 Praise the Lord, ye house of the Lord, in the courts of the house Levi; ye that fear the Lord, praise of our God.

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3 0 praise the mai Lord is gracious: 0 unto his name; for ting

4 For why? the London sen Jacob unto himsel a for his own possession

5 For I know that ti great, and that or les all gods.

6 Whatsoever the last that did he in heaven, ents in the sea, and in di de

7 He bringeth for : from the ends of the sendeth forth lighters rain, bringing the wasse treasures.

8 He smote the inter Egypt, both of man and his

9 He hath sent tokeso ders into the midst of the land of Egypt; upon Porn all his servants.

10 He smote divers na slew mighty kings;

II Sebon, king of the the kingdoms of Canaan:

12 And gave their bus heritage, even as being Israel, his people.

Is Thy name, O Ladi for ever; so doth thy as

21 Praised be the Lord out ofl. 20 And Og, the king of Basan; Sion, who dwelleth at Jerusalem. for his mercy endureth for ever; EVENING PRAYER.

21 And gave away their land for

an heritage ; for his mercy endurPsalm 136. Confitemini Domino. eth for ever; O GIVE thanks unto the Lord; 22 Even for an heritage unto Is.

for he is gracious, and his rael, his servant; for his mercy enmercy endureth for ever.

dureth for ever. 2 0 give thanks unto the God of 23 Who remembered us when all gods; for his mercy endureth we were in trouble ; for his mercy for ever.

endureth for ever; 30 thank the Lord of all lords ; 24 And hath delivered us from for his mercy endureth for ever. our enemies ; for his mercy endur

4 Who only doeth great wonders; eth for ever. for his mercy endureth for ever. 25 Who giveth food to all flesh;

5 Who by his excellent wisdom for his mercy endureth for ever. made the heavens ; for his mercy 26 O give thanks unto the God endureth for ever.

of heaven; for his mercy endureth 8 Who laid out the earth above for ever. the waters; for his mercy endureth 27 O give thanks unto the Lord for ever.

of lords ; for his mercy endureth 7 Who hath made great lights ; for ever. for his mercy endureth for ever; Psalm 137. Super flumina. 8 The sun to rule the day; for By the waters of Babylon

we sat his mercy endureth for ever; 9 The moon and the stars to go-membered thee, O sion.

2 As for our harps, we hanged dureth for ever. and Og, the king of Baca, i vern the night; for his mercy en

them up upon the trees that are 10 Who smote Egypt, with their therein. first-born; for his mercy endureth 3 For they that led us away wapo for ever;

tive, required of us then a song, 11 And brought out Israel from and melody in our heaviness : Sing among them; for his mercy endur- us one of the songs of Sion. eth for ever;

4 How shall we sing the Lord's Lord, from one fac 12 With a mighty hand and song in a strange land?

stretched-out arın; for his mercy 5 If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, endureth for ever.

let my right hand forget her cun 13 Who divided the Red Sea in ning: two parts; for his mercy endureth 6°If I do not remember thee, let for ever;

my tongue cleave to the roof of my 14 And made Israel to go mouth; yea, if I prefer not Jeruthrough the unidst of it; for his salem in my mirth. mercy endureth for ever.

7 Remember the children of 15 But as for Pharaoh, and his Edom, O Lord, in the day of Jerúhosty, he overthrew them in the salem; how they said, Down with Red Sea ; for his mercy endurethit, down with it, even to the ground. for ever.

8 O daughter of Babylon, wast16 Who led his people through ed with misery ; yea, happy shall the wilderness ; for his mercy en- he be that rewardeth'thee as thou dureth for ever.

hast served us. 17 Who smote great kings; for 9 Blessed shall he be that taketh his morcy endureth for ever. thy children, and throweth theis

18 Yea, and slew mighty kings; against the stones. for his mercy endureth for ever; Psalm 138. Confitebor tid.

19. Schon, king of the Anorites : I WILL give thanks into their for his

Lord, whole heart.;

another.

14 For the Lord mille people, and be gracioni servants.

15 As for the images de then, they are but silverur the work of men's hande

16 They have mouths, not; eyes have thes, but not.

17 They have cars, and hear not; neither is there a in their mouths.

18 They that make test unto them; and so are put their trust in their

19 Praise the Lord trebao Israel; praise the Lord and of Aaron.

20 Praise the Lord, te beste Leri; ye that fear the Lord

Lord

even before the gods will I sing| 7 If I climb up into heaven, thou praişe unto thee.

art there; if I go down to hell, 2 I will worship toward thy holy thou art there also. temple, and praise thy name, be- 8 If I take the wings of the cause of thy loving-kindness and morning, and remain in the uttertruth; for thou hast magnified thy most parts of the sea; name and 'thy word above all 9 Even there also shall thy hand things.

lead me, and thy right hand shall 3 When I called upon thee, thou hold me. heardest me; and enduedst my 10 If I say, Peradventure the soul with much strength. darkness shall cover me; then shall

4 All the kings of the earth shall my night be turned to day, praise thee, O Lord; for tny have 11 Yea, the darkness is no darkheard the words of thy motiin. ness with thee, but the night is as

5 Yea, they shall sing in the clear as the day, the darkness and ways of the Lord, that great is the light to thee are both alike. glory of the Lord.

12 For my reins are thine; thou 6 For though the Lord be high, hast covered me in my mother's yet hath he respect unto the lowly : womb. as for the proud, he beholdeth them 13 I will give thanks unto thee, afar off.

for I am fearfully and wonderfully 7 Though I walk in the midst of made: marvellous are'thy works, trouble, yet shalt thou refresh me; and that my soul knoweth righi thou shalt stretch forth tny hand well. upon the furiousness of mine ene- 14 My bones are not hid from mies, and thy right hand shall save thee, though I be made secretly, and me.

fashioned beneath in the earth. 8 The Lord shall make good his 15 Thine eyes did see my sulu loving-kindness toward me;, yea, stance, yet being imperfect; and thy mercy, O Lord, endureth' for in thy book were all my members ever; despise not then the works written ; of thine own hands.

16 Which day by day were fa

shioned, when as yet there was The twenty-ninth Day. none of them. MORNING PRAYER. 17 How dear are thy counsels Psalm 139. Domine, probasti. unto me, O God; O how great is O LORD, thou hast searched me the sum of them!

out, and known me; thou 18 If I tell them, they are more knowest my down-sitting, and mine in number than the sand ; when I up-rising; thou understandest my wake up, I am present with thee. thoughts long before,

19 Wilt thou not slay the wick. 2 Thou art about my path, and ed, O God ? Depart from me, ye about my bed; and spiest out all blood-thirsty men. my ways.

20 For they speak unrighteously 3 For lo, there is not a word in against thee; and thine enemies my tongue, but, thou, O Lord, take thy name in vain. knowest it altogether.

21 Do not I hate them, O Lord, 4 Thou hast fashioned 'me he-that hate thee? and am not i hind and before, and laid thine grieved with those that rise up hand upon me.

against thee? 5 Such knowledge is to won- 22 Yea, I hate them right sore, derful and excellent for me; I can even as though they were mine not attain unto it.

enemies. 6 Whither shall I go then from 23 Try me, (God, and seek the thy Spirit, or whither shall I go then ground of my heart; prove me, and from thy presence ?

examine my thoughts.

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SALTER

24 Look well if there be any , 3 Set a watch, O Lord, before way of wickedness in me; and lead my mouth, and keep the door of me in the way everlasting.

my lips. Psalm 140. Eripe me, Domine. 4 O let not mine heart be inclin. d morning, and resa DELIVER me, O Lord, from the ed to any evil thing; let me not be

evil man; and preserve ine occupied in ungodly works with the from the wicked man;

men that work wickedness, lest I 2 Who imagine mischief in their eat of such things as please them. and thyristy hearts, and stir up strife all the day 5 Let the righteous rather smite long.

me friendly, and reprove me. 3° They have sharpened their 6 But let not their precious balms tongues like a serpent; adder's poi: break my head; yea, I will pray son is under their lips.

yet against their wickedness. 4 Keep me, O Lord, from the 7 Let their judges be overthrown Dess with thee, bet die hands of the ungodly; preserve me in the stony places, that they may clear as the day, liges from the wicked men, who are pur- hear my

words ; for they are sweet posed to overthrow my goings. 8 Our bonės lie scattered before

5 The proud have laid a snare the pit, like as when one breaketh hast corered me is for me, and spread a net abroad and heweth wood upon the earth.

with cords; yea, and set traps in 9 But mine eyes look unto thee my way:

O Lord God; in thee is

my trust: 0 6. I said unto the Lord. Thou art cast not out my soul. my God, hear the voice of my pray- 10 Keep me from the snare that ers, O Lord.

they have laid for me, and from the 70 Lord God, thou strength of traps of the wicked doers. my health; thou hast covered my 11 Let the ungodly fall into their head in the day of battle.

own nets together, and let me ever 8 Let not the ungodly have his escape them, 15 Thine eyes of desire, O Lord; let not his mischievous imagination prosper, lest

EVENING PRAYER.

Psalm 142.- Voce mea ad Dominum. or in the book were all they be too proud. 9 Let the mischief of their own

I

CRIED unto the Lord with my 16 Which day by clips fall upon the head of them that

voice;.yea, even unto the Lord compass me about.

did I make my supplication. 10 Let hot burning coals fall upon 2 I poured out my complaints 17 How dear are them; let them be cast into the fire, before him, and showed him of

my and into the pit, that they never rises trouble. up again.

3 When my spirit was in heavi. 11 A man full of words shall not ness, thou knewest my path; in the prosper upon the earth: evil shall way wherein I walked, have they

throw him. ng wake up, I am present hunt the wicked person, to over- prívily laid a snare for me.

4. Í looked also upon my right 12 Sure I am that the Lord will hand, and saw there was no man avenge the poor, and maintain the that would know me. cause of the helpless.

5 I had no place to flee unto, and
13 The righteous also shall give no man cared for my soul.
thanks unto thy name and the 6 I cried unto thee, O Lord, ang
just shall continue in thy sight. said, Thou art my hope, and my

Psalm 141. Domine, clamavi. portion in the land of the living.
T ORD, I call upon thee; haste 7 Consider my complaint; for I

thee unto me, and consider my am brought very low.
Toice, when I cry unto thee. 8 o deliver me from my persecu.

3 Let my prayer be set forth in tors, for they are too strong for me. thy night as the incense ; and let the 9 Bring my soul out of prison, bring up of my hands be an even- that I may give thanks unio thy maorifice.

name; which thing if thou wilt

3, stance, yet being ina

23 Hritten;

shioned, when as to Done of them.

unto me, O God; OK he the sum of them! ou 18 If I tell them, the ne in number than the se

19 Wilt thou not be eded, O God ? Depart It all blood-thirsty met.

20 For they speaker in against thee; and their rd, take thy name in ras

21 Do not I hate te ve- that hate thee? and ne grieved with those tis! against thee?

22 Yea, I hate the no even as though they enemies.

23 Try me, ground of my heart;

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