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For Monday Morning
G Gome let tw&ig unto the Lord, let us heartily rejoice in the Strength of our Salvation. Let u$ eOme;befbre his. Presence with Thanksgiving, aDd shew our.selves glad in him with Psalms. For the Lord is a great God, and a great King above all Gods.; j
O come, let ps worship, and fall down, and kneel before the Lord pur^&lakpr. For He . j$ jtheJUffdour Gnd., And we are the People of his Pasture, and the Sheep of his Handr.
O Lord our God, thy Wonders and Favours towards us, arc in so great Number, that we are not able-to- count them.
Thou hast given us Life, Motion, and Being.
Thou dost always give us Evidences of thy Bounty in doing us Good, in sending fropi,HeaveR Rain.,and fruitful Seasons, and in filling our Hearts with Food and "Gladness.
Thou hast sent thy Only Son into the .Worjd, to the end that He might be a 'Propitiation 'for w' 'Sins.
'Thou hast -honoured us with an holy C&lJWg: :f hbu hast adopted us end" then C-allcst us'to the Possession of thy Glory.'
: For all these Things we bless Thee,- we wftrship Thee, and we ex; alt thy glorious Name, saying with Arigels, and all the Heavenly Host, Holy, Hely, Holy, Lord God of Hosts,' iieaVen and Earth are fuss of the Maje&y of thy Glory, O Gdd ifto&rH*eh.
Let our Month be filled, for ever. wTtJVihV Praise* and let all Flcsti bless Thee perpcnuMr:J -r :" :i'^ :"10 " : iJ oTi- -:[
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Glory be to the Father,'anil to tire-Son, and t6 the Holy Ghost. As-it-was in the Beginning, is j>6w, add-crer shall be,'World~with0«t End. jimen.
OLord, from the Morning hear our Voice; from the Morning we will seek after Thee: Send thy Light and Truth, to the end that they may guide us, and bring us into thy holy Tabernacles. We will come into thy House, and we will cast down our selves in thy Holy Temple, with that Reverence which is due Unto Thee. r
I warn my Hands in Innocence, and I encompass thy Altar, O Lord, to break forth into Thanksgivings, and to tell of all Thy wonderful Works. My God, I love the'Habitation of thy House, and the Place where is the Tent of thy Glory.
Make us to understand thy Goodness in the Morning, for our Hope has "been In Thee. Make us to know the Way in which we are to walk, for we have lifted up our Hearts to Thee: Teach us to do thy Will, for Thou art our God: Let thy good Spirit guide us as through an even Country.
Satissie us every Morning with thy Goodness, to the end that we may be .joyful all our Days. Let the Work of thy Grace appear in us, and we mall bless thy holy Name.'•'...
Let us bless the Lord, who heaps upon us good Things every Day. Let us give Thanks to the Father, who has made us capable of partaking of the Inheritance of the Saints in Light, who hast delivered us from the Power of Darkness, and brought us into the Kingdom of his beloved Son, in whom we have Redemption by his Blood, even the Remission of Sins.
Glory be to the Father, .&*>
An Hymn for Monday Evening.
PRAISE the Lord, call upon his JSame, publisli his great Acts among the People, sing to Him, sing Psalms to Him, speak of all his marvellous Works. Glorifie his holy Name: Let the Heart of all those that seek the Lord, rejoice : Seek the Lord and his Strength, seek continually bis Strength : Remember all his marvellous Works.
Our, God is Great, of great Power, none can tell the Greatness of his Wisdom. Sing to the Lord with Thanksgivings, by answering one another J Sing Psalms to our God.
Jerusalem praise the Lord, Sion praise thy God. Tis He that strengthens the Bars of thy Gates, and that 'blesses thy Children within thee. 'Tis He that makes thy Land peaceful: Tis He tbat makes known his Word to Jacob, and his Statutes to Israel: He An Hyrnn .fir Monday Evek Ikc. 49
has not dealt so with all the Nations. Tis He that has so loved the World, that He has given his Only Son, to the end that whoever believes in Him should not perish, but have everlasting Life.
What shall we render unto the Lord? All his Benefits are upon us. iW!.i •, . <:"/[ ''R*' f
We will take the Cup of Salvation, and' we will bless his holy Name: We will now pay Him our Vows before all his People, in the Courts of his House, in the midst of thee, O Jerusalem, praise the Lord.
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Glory be to the Father, &c .
Another Hymn for Monday Evening. .}-'
OLord God our King, we will exalt Thee, and we will bless thy Name for ever.
The Lord is Great, and worthy of great Praise : There is no End of his Greatness: One Generation shall tell another the Glory of thy Works. We will speak of the glorious Magnificence of thy Majesty: We will every where declare the Memorial of Thy great Goodness: We will publish thy Righteousness with Songs of Triumph.
The Lord is merciful and gracious, flow to Anger, and of great Goodness. The Lord is gracious to all, his Mercies are over all his Works. ;..j .
Lord, all thy Works shall praise Thee, and thy Beloved shall blesi Thee: They shall repeat the Glory of thy Kingdom, and publish thy great Acts.
Thy Kingdom is an everlasting Kingdom, thy Dominion endureth through all Ages. The Ix>rd upholds those that are falling, and sets upright those that are stumbling.
The Lord is righteous in all his Ways, and full of Goodness in all his Works.
The Lord is near all those that call upon Him, to all those that call upon Him sincerely-!
The Eyes of all Creatures wait upon Thee, Thou givest them their Food, Thou openest thy Hand, and satisfiest the Desires of all living Creatures.
He fulfils the Desires of those that fear Him: He hears their Cry and delivers them. The Lord keeps all those that love Him, and roots out all the Evil-doers. 1 >ii ... ■:,..••
Our Mouth shall shew forth the Praises of the Lord, and all Creatures shall bless his Holy Name for ever.
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^ttHyimn/or Tuesday Evening.
OLord God of our Fathers, Thou art blessed, Thou art worthy to be praised,, and -exalted above all Things for ever. The holy Name 0/tby Majesty Is blessed: Thou art blessed in thy Holy Temple: Tboa art blessed in the glorious Throne of thy Kingdom, celebrated and glorified eternally.
O all you Works of the Lord, praise Him, and exalt Him above all Things for ever.
O ye Heavens, praise Him ', ye Angels of the Lord, praise Him \ all ye Creatures of Heaven, of Earth, and of the Sea, praise Him, and exalt Him above all Things for ever.
Ye Sons of Men praise Him: Let Israel bless the Lord: Let him praise Him, and exalt Him above all Things for ever.
.Ye Priests and Ministers of the Lord ; ye Spirits and Souls of the Just \ ye Saints, humble of Heart, bless the Lord, praise Hhnv ard exalt Him above all Things for ever.
All ye the Servants of the Lord, bless the Lord, theGod of Gods, for Ke is gracious, and his Mercy endureth for ever^
Thou art blessed, O Lord God, of our Fathers, and blessed! is'the Name of thy Glory, in all the Churches, through Jesus Chriit: Thou art worthy of Praise for ever and ever: Let us bless the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit; let us praise and exalt Him for evetw
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Another Hymn for Tuesday Evening.
OGod, we will celebrate Thee with all our Heart, we will sing Psalms to Thee, we wist bow down our selves in the Palace of thy Holiness, and we will praise thy Goodness and: Faithfulness.
Lord, we adore thy infinite Majesty, we bless Thee for thy Mercy, and we rejoice in thy Salvation.
Thou hast n ade thy Favour admirable towards Men.
Thou hast sent thy Son, to the end that Thou mightest manifest the Truth of thy Promises made to the Fathers, and to the end that-the Gentiles may praise Thee for thy Mercy \ for the sake of which we will praise Thee among the Nations, and we will sing Hymns to thy, Name .• ' - :. ,-. ... • 'i .": . :i 7 •'. >
O ye Gentiles, rejoice with his People. O all ye Nations, praise the Lord. O all ye People, celebrate Him: You that were formerly no People, but are now the People of God: You that in former Times had not obtained Mercy, but, wjio have now obtained Mercy.
COME, and let us present our selves before the Face of God, let *; worship Him in his Temple, let us cast our selves down in his Sanctuary. '- ."iiivl ^i oj -.„ yioJ,>
The Lord is here: How venerable and holy is this Place! This is the House of God, this is the Gate of Heaven. O Lord God of our Fathers, Thou art blessed for evermore. , To/Thee belongs Might, Power, Glory, Eternity, and Majesty.
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