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also that hate him flee beforel, 13 Though ye bave lain among hiin.
the pots, yet shall ye be as the ? Like as the smoke vanisheth, wings of a dove that is covered so shalt thou drive thein away; with silver wings, and her feather and like as wax melteth at the like gold. fire, so let the ungodly perish at 14. When the Almighty scat the presence of God.
tered kings for their sake, then 3 But let the righteous be glad, were they as white as snow i and rejoice before God; let them Salmon. also he merry and joyful. 15 As the hill of Basan, so i
4 O sing unto God, and sing God's hill; even an high hills praises unto his naine; and magni- the hill of Basan. fy him that rideth upon the hea 16 Why hop ye so, ye high vens as it were upon an horse; hills? this is God's bill, in the praise him in his name JAH, and which it pleaseth him to dwell; rejoice before him.
yea, the Lord will abide in it for 5 He is a father of the father-lever. leys, and defendeth the cause of 17 The chariots of God an the widows; even God in his twenty thousand, even thousands holy habitation.
of Angels; and the Lord is amon 6 He is the God that maketh them as in the holy place men to be of one mind in an Sinai. house, and bringeth the prisoners
18 Thou art gone up on high out of captivity; but letteth the thou hast led captivity captire, runagates continue in scarceness. and received gifts for men; ye
70 God, when thou wentest even for thine enemies, that the forth before the people; when Lord God might dwell anom
, thou wentest through the wil- them. derness,
19 Praised be the Lord dais 3 The earth shook, and the even the God who helpeth us, and heavens dropped at the presence poureth his benefits upon us. of God; even as Sinai also was 20 He is our God, even the moved at the presence of God, God of whom cometh salvation who is the God of Israel. God is the Lord, by whom
9 Thon, O God, sentest a gra- escape death. cious rain upon thine inheritance, 21 God shall wound the head and refreshedst it when it was of his enemies, and the hairy weary
scalp of such a one as 10 Thy congregation shall still in his wickedness. dwell therein; for thou, O God, 22 The Lord hath said, I hast of thy goodness prepared for bring my people again, as a
from Basan; 'mine own will 11 The Lord gave the word; bring again, as I did sometim great was the company of the from the deep of the sea. preachers.
23 That thy foot may be dip 12 Kings with their armies did ped in the blood of thine enemie fee, and were discomfited, and and that the tongue of thy-do they of the household divided the may be red through the same spoil,
24 It is well seen, O God, hon
ou goest; how thou, my God EVENING PRAYER. d King, goest in the sanctuary.
Psalm 69. Salvum me fur. 225 The singers go before, the SAVE me, O God; for the wanstrels follow after, in the
ters are come in even unto dst are the damsels playing my soul th the timbrels.
stick fast in the deep mire, 26 Give thanks, O Israel, unto where no ground is; I am come od the Lord, in the congrega- into deep waters, so that the ns, from the ground of the Hoods run over me. art.
3 I am weary of crying my 27 There is little Benjamin throat is dry; my sight faileth me zir ruler, and the princes of for waiting so long upon my God. dah their council ; the princes 4 They that hate me without
Zebulon, and the princes of a cause are more than the hairs =phtali.
of my head ; they that are mine 28 Thy God hath sent forth enemies, and would destroy me ength for thee; stablish the guiltless, are mighty. ing, O God, that thou hast 5 I Paid them the things that I rought in us,
never took : God, thou knowest 29 For thy temple's sake at my simpleness, and my faults are rusalem ; so shall kings bring not hid from thee. esents unto thee.
6 Let not them that trust in 30 When the company of the thee, O Lord God of hosts, be ear-men, and multitude of the ashamed for my cause; let not ghty, are scattered abroad a- those that seek thee be confounded ng the beasts of the people, so through me, O Lord God of Israel. at they hunibly bring pieces of 7 And why? for thy sake have ver; and when he bath scattered I suffered reproof; shame halli e people that delight in war; covered my face. 31 Then shall the princes come
8 I am become a stranger unto t of Egypt; the Morians' land my brethren, even an alien unto all soon stretch out her hands my mother's children. to God.
9 For the zeal of thine house 32 Sing unto God, O ye king, hath even eaten me, and the rems of the earth ; O sing praises bukes of them that rebuked thee, Eo the Lord,
are fallen upon me. B3 Who sitteth in the heavens 10 I wept, and chastened myer all, from the beginning: Lo, self with fasting, and that was doth send out his voice, yea, turned to my reproof. that a mighty voice.
11 I put on sackcloth also, and 34 Ascribe ye the power to they jested upon me. dover Israel; his worship and 12 They that sit in the gate ength is in the clouds. speak against me, and the drunk35 O God, wonderful art thou ards make songs upon me. thy holy places: even the God 13 But, Lord, I make my prayer Israel, he will give strength unto thee in an acceptable time, power unto his people. Bless
14 Hear me, O God, in the be God.
multitude of thy mercy, ever
in the truth of thy salvation. 28 Let thein fall from one ibick
13 Take me out of the mirc, edness to another, and not come that I sink not; O let me be deli- into thy righteousness. vered from them that bate me, 29 let them be wiped out.. and out of the deep waters. the book of the living, and nobe
16 Let not the water-flood written among the righteous. drown me, neither let the deepj 30 As for me, when I am por swallow me up; and let not the and in heaviness, thy help, O God, pit shut her mouth upon me:
shall lift me up. 17 Rear me, O Lord, for thy| 31 I will praise the name of loving-kindness is comfortable”; God with a song, and magnifi turn ihte unto me according to, with thanksgiving. the multitude of thy mercies: 32 This also shall please
13 And hide not ihy face from Lord, better than a bullock that thy servant; tor I am in trouble : hath horns and boofs. o haste thee, and hear me. | 33 The bumble shall consider
19 Draw niyh unto my soul, this, and be glad: seek'ye after and save it; Ö deliver me, be-, God, and your soul shall five cause of mine enemies.
34 For the Lord heareth the 20 Thou hast known my re-poor, and despiseth not bis pas proof, my shame, and my disho-isoners. nour, mine adversaries are all in 35 Let heaven and earth prais thy sighi.
him : the and all that more 21 Thy rebuke hath broken my therein. heart; I am full of heaviness: 1 36 For God will save Sion, and looked for some to have pity on build the cities of Juda, that mer me, but there was no inan, neither may dwell there, and have iti found I any to comfort me. possession.
22 They gave me gall to eat ; 37 The posterity also of hisser and when I was thirsty, they gave vants shall inheritit; and they the me vinegar to drink.
love his name shall dwell therein. 23 Let their table be made a
Psalm 70. Deus, in adjutorium, snare to take theinselves withal; H
TASTE thee, 'o God, to delle and let the things that should have
ver me; make haste to help been for their wealth, be unto me, O Lord. them an occasion of falling.
2 Let them be ashamed and 24 Let their eyes be blinded, confounded, that seek after my that they see not; and ever bow soul; let them be turned back thon down their backs.
ward and put to confusion, thy 23 Pour out thine indignation wish me evil. upon them, and let thy wrathful 3 Let them for their reward bi displeasure take hold of them. soon brought to shame, that en
26 Let their habitation be void, over me, There, there. and no man to dwell in theirtents. 4 But let all those that see
27 For they persecute him thee he joyful and glad in this whom thou hast smitten; and they and let all such as delight in talk how they may vex them salvation, say alway, The Lord whom thou hast wounded:
5 As for me, I am poor and in
10 Go not far from me,
O God; nisery: baste thee unto me, O my God, haste thee to help me. God.
11 Lettbem be confounded and 6 Thou art my helper, and my perish, that are against my soul; Redeemer: 0 Lord, make no let them be covered with shame ong tarrying
and dishonour, that seek to do
me evil. The fourteenth Day.
12 As for me, I will patiently MORNING PRAYER.
abide alway, and will praise thee Psalm 71. In te, Domine, Speravi. inore and more. IN thee, O Lord, have I put my 13 My mouth shall daily speak
trust; let me never be put to of thy righteousness and salvaonfusion, but rid me, and deliver tion; for I know no end thereof. ne in thy righteousness; i cliue 14 I will
forth in the strength hine ear unto me, and save me. of the Lord God, and will make
2 Be thou my strong hold, mention of thy righteousness only. hereunto I may alway resort : 15 Thou, O God, hast taught hou hast promised to help me, me from my youth up until now; or thou art my house of defence, therefore will I tell of thy won und my castle.
drous works. 3 Deliver me, O my God, out 16 Forsake me not, O God, in f the hand of the ungodly, out mine old age, when I am greyf the hand of the unrighteous headed, until I have showed thy nd cruel man :
strength unto this generation, 4 For thou, O Lord Gud, art and thy power to all them that he thing that I long for: thou art are yet for to come y bope, even from my youth. 17 Thy righteousness, O God, 5 Through thee have I been is very high, and great things are olden up ever since I was born : they that thou hast done : 0 God, hou art he that took me out of nıy who is like unto thee! other's womb: my praise shall 18 O what great troubles and e always of thee.
adversities hast thou showed me! 6 I am become as it were a and yet didst thou turn and refresh zonster unto many, but my sure ine; yea, and broughtest me froma Fust is in thee.
the deep of the earth again. 70 let my mouth be filled with 19 thou hast brought me to Hy praise, that I may sing of thy great honour, and comforted me ory and honour all ihe day long. on every side : 8 Cast ine not away in the time 20 Therefore will I praise thee, age ; forsake me not when my and thy faithfulness, O God, playrength faileth me:
ing upon an instrument of music: 9. For mine enemies speak unto thee will I sing upon the gainst me; and they that lay harp, 0 thou Holy One of Israel. ait for my soul take their com 21 My lips will be fain when I | together, saying. God hath sing unto thee; and so will my rsaken him ; persecute him. soul, usion thou hast delivered. d take him ; for there is none 22 My tongue shall also talk of deliver him
Ithy righteousness all the day
fend the poor.
almost gone, my treadings had 14 He shall deliver their souls talking is against the Most High
long; for they are confounded; dear shall tlieir blood be in his and brought into shame, that sight. seek to do me evil.
15 He shall live, and unto him Psalm 72. Deus, judicium. shall be given of thegoldof Arabis; GIVE the king tby judgments
, prayer shall be made ever unto God, and thy righteous- him, and daily shall be be praised. ness unto the king's son.
16 There shall be an heap of 2 Then shall be
judge thy peo- corn in the eartbi, high upon the ple according unto right, and de- hills; his fruit shall shake like Li
banus, and shall be green in the 3 The mountains also shall city like grass upon the earta, bring peace, and the little hills 17 His name shall endure for righteousness unto the people. ever; his name shall remain un.
4 He shall keep the siinple folk der the sun amongst the poste by their right, defend the children rities, which shall be blessed of the poor, and punish the wrong through him; and all the heathen doer.
shall praise him. 5 They shall fear thee as long 18 Blessed be the Lord God as the sun and moon endureth, even the God of Israel, which from one generation io another. only doeth wondrous things;
6 He shall come down like the 19 And blessed be the name of rain into a fleece of wool, even as his Majesty for ever and all the the drops that water the earth. earth shall be filled with his Ma
7 In his time shall the righteous jesty. Amen, Amen. flourish; yea, and abundance of EVENING PRAYER peace, so long as the moon en Psalm 73. Quam bonus Israel! dureth.
TRULY God is loving unto la 8 His dominion shall be also rael; even unto such as are from the one sea to the other, of a clean heart. and from the Hood unto the 2 Nevertheless, my feet were world's end.
9 They that dwell in the wil-well nigh slipt. derness shall kneel before him ; 3 And why? I was grieved at his enemies shall lick the dust. the wicked: I do also see the
10 The kings of Tharsis and godly in such prosperityil of the isles shall give presents;
4 For they are in no peril as the kings of Arabia and Saba death ; but are lusty and strong shall bring gifts.
5 They come in no. 11 All kings shall fall down be- like other folk; neither are they fore him ; all nations shall do him plagued like other
6. And this is the cause that 12 For he shall deliver the they are so holden with pride and poor when he crieth ; the needy overwhelmed with cruelty. also, and him that hath no helper. 7 Their eyes
13 He shall be favourable to and they do even what they list the simple and needy, and shall
8. They corrupt other, am preserve the souls of the poor.
speak of wicked blasphemy; ber
swell with fatnes,