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thereafter as a man feareth, so walketh in darkness, nor for the is thy displeasure.
sickness that destroyeth in the 12 So teach us to number noon-day. our days, that we may apply 7 A thousand shall fall beside our hearts unto wisdom. thee, and ten thousand at thy · 13 Turn thee again, O LORD, right hand; but it shall not at the last, and be gracious unto come nigh thee. thy servants.
18 Yea, with thine eyes shalt 14 0 satisfy us with thy thou behold, and see the reward mercy, and that soon: so shall of the ungodly. we rejoice and be glad all the 9 For thou, LORD, art my days of our life.
hope; thou hast set thine house 15 Comfort us again now of defence very high. after the time that thou hast 10 There shall no evil happlagued us; and for the years pen unto thee, neither shall any wherein we have suffered ad- plague come nigh thy dwelling. versity.
11 For he shall give his 16 Show thy servants thy angels charge over thee, to work, and their children thy keep thee in all thy ways. glory.
12 They shall bear thee in 17 And the glorious majesty their hands; that thou hurt not of the LORD our God be upon thy foot against a stone. us: prosper thou the work of 13 Thou shalt go upon the our hands upon us; O prosper | lion and adder: the young lion thou our handy work.
and the dragon shalt thou tread
under thy feet., Psalm 91. Qui habitat. '
14 Because he hath set his WHOSO dwelleth under the love upon me, therefore will I defence of the Most High, shall deliver him ; I will set him up, abide under the shadow of the because he hath known my Almighty.
name. 2 I will say unto the LORD, 15 He shall call upon me, Thou art my hope, and my and I will hear him; yea, I strong hold ; my God, in him am with him in trouble ; I will will I trust.
deliver him, and bring him to 3 For he shall deliver thee honour. from the snare of the hunter, 16 With long life will I saand from the noisome pesti- tisfy him, and show him my lence:
. , 4 He shall defend thee under his wings, and thou shalt be
Psalm 92. Bonum est confiteri. safe under his feathers ; his IT is a good thing to give faithfulness and truth shall be thanks unto the LORD, and to thy shield and buckler. U sing praises unto thy name, o
5 Thou shalt not be afraid | Most Highest; for any terror by night, nor for 2 To tell of thy loving kindthe arrow that flieth by day; ness early in the morning, and
6 For the pestilence that of thy truth in the night-season;
3 Upon an instrument of ten true the LORD my strength is, strings, and upon the lute; upon and that there is no unrighteousa loud instrument, and upon the ness in him. harp :
EVENING PRAYER. 4 For thou, LORD, hast made me glad through thy works ;
Psalm 93. Dominus regnavit. and I will rejoice in giving | THE LORD is king, and hath praise for the operations of thy put on glorious apparel ; the hands.
Lord hath put on his apparel, 5 O LORD, how glorious are and girded himself with strength. thy works; thy thoughts are 2 He hath made the round very deep.
world so sure, that it cannot be 6 An unwise man doth not moved. well consider this, and a fool 3 Ever since the world began, doth not understand it. hath thy seat been prepared :
7 When the ungodly are thou art from everlasting. green as the grass, and when 4 The floods are risen, O all the workers of wickedness LORD, the floods have lift up do flourish, then shall they be their voice; the floods lift up destroyed for ever ; but thou, their waves. LORD, art the Most Highest for 5 The waves of the sea are evermore.
mighty, and rage horribly; but 8 For lo, thine enemies, O yet the LORD, who dwelleth on LORD, lo, thine enemies shall/high, is mightier. perish ; and all the workers 6 Thy testimonies, O LORD, of wickedness shall be de- are very sure: holiness bestroyed. .
cometh thine house for ever. 9° But mine horn shall be exalted like the horn of an
Psalm 94. Deus ultionum. unicorn ; for I am anointed O LORD God, to whom with fresh oil.
vengeance belongeth, thou God, 10 Mine eye also shall see to whom vengeance belongeth, his lust of mine enemies, and show thyself. mine egr shall hear his desire 2 Arise, thou Judge of the of the wicked that arise up world, and reward the proud against me.
after their deserving : 11 The righteous shall flou-l 3 Lord, how long shall the rish like a palm-tree, and shall ungodly, how long shall the spread abroad like a cedar in ungodly triumph? Libanus.
4 How long shall all wicked 12 Such as are planted in the doers speak so disdainfully, and house of the LORD, shall flourish make such proud boasting? in the courts of the house of 5 They smite down thy peo, our God.
'ple, O LORD, and trouble thine 13 They also shall bring forth heritage. more fruit in their age, and 6 They murder the widow shall be fat and well liking; and the stranger, and put the - 14 That they may show how | fatherless to death.
7 And yet they say, Tush, ther against the soul of the the LORD shall not see, neither righteous, and condemn the shall the God of Jacob regard it. innocent blood.
8 Take heed, ye unwise 22 But the LORD is my reamong the people : 0 ye fools, fuge, and my God is the strength when will ye understand ? of my confidence.
9 He that planted the ear, 23 He shall recompense shall he not hear? or he that them their wickedness, and demade the eye, shall he not see?/stroy them in their own malice;
10 Or he that nurtureth the yea, the LORD our God shall heathen, it is he that teacheth destroy them. man knowledge; shall not he punish?
THE NINETEENTH DAY. 11 The LORD knoweth the
MORNING PRAYER. thoughts of man, that they are but vain.
PSALM 95. Venite, exultemus. - 12 Blessed is the man whom O COME, let us sing unto the thou chastenest; O LORD, and| LORD ; let us heàrtily rejoice in teachest him in thy law; the strength of our salvation.
13 That thou mayest givel 2 Let us come before his him patience in time of adver- presence with thanksgiving ; sity, until the pit be digged up and show ourselves glad in him for the ungodly
with psalms. 14 For the LORD will not 3 For the LORD is a great fail his people ; neither will he God; and a great King above forsake his inheritance ; all gods.
15 Until righteousness turn 4 In his hand are all the again unto judgment: all such as corners of the earth; and the are true in heart shall follow it. strength of the hills is his also.
16 Who will rise up with 5 The sea is his, and he made me against the wicked ? or who it; and his hands prepared the will take my part against the dry land. evil-doers ?
| 6 0 come, let us worship, 17 If the Lord had not help and fall down, and kneel before ed me, it had not failed, but my the LORD our Maker: soul had been put to silence. way For he is the LORD our · 18 But when I said, My foot God; and we are the people of hath slipped į thy mercy, 0 his pasture, and the sheep of LORD, held me up.
his hand. - 19 In the multitude of the 8 To-day if ye will hear his sorrows that I had in my heart, voice, harden not your hearts thy comforts have refreshed my as in the provocation, and as soul.
in the day of temptation in the 20 Wilt thou have any thing wilderness ; to do with the stool of wicked- 9 When your fathers tempted ness, which imagineth mischief me, proved me, and saw my as a law ?
works. 21 They gather them toge-! 10 Forty years long was I
grieved with this generation, l 11 Let the heavens rejoice, and said, It is a people that do and let the earth be glad ; let err in their hearts, for they have the sea make a noise, and all not known my ways: . that therein is.
11 Unto whom I sware in 12 Let the field be joyful, and my wrąth, that they should not all that is in it; then shall all enter into my rest.
the trees of the wood rejoice
before the LORD. Psalm 96. Cantate Doming.
10. | 13 For he cometh, for he O SING unto the LORD a cometh to judge the earth; and new song; sing unto the LORD, with righteousness to judge the all the whole earth. . world, and the people with his
2 Sing unto the LORD, and truth. praise his name; be telling of his salvation from day to
Psalm 97. Dominus regnavit. day.
THE LORD is king, the earth 3 Declare his honour unto may be glad thereof; yea, the the heathen, and his wonders multitude of the isles may be unto all people,
glad thereof.. 4 For the LORD is great, and 2 Clouds and darkness are cannot worthily be praised; he round about him ; righteousness is more to be feared than all and judgment are the habitation gods.
of his seat. 5 As for all the gods of the 3 There shall go a fire before heathen, they are but idols; but him, and burn up his enemies it is the LORD that made the on every side. heavens.
4 His lightnings gave shine 6 Glory and worship are be- unto the world; the earth saw fore him; power and honour it, and was afraid. are in his sanctuary.
5 The hills melted like was 7 Ascribe unto the LORD, O at the presence of the LORD ; at ye kindreds of the people, the presence of the Lord of the ascribe unto the LORD worship whole earth. and power.
6 The heavens have declared 8 Ascribe unto the LORD the his righteousness, and all the honour due unto his name ; people have seen his glory. bring presents, and come into 7 Confounded be all they that his courts.
worship carved images, and 9 0 worship the Lord in the thật delight in vain gods : beauty of holiness ; let the whole worship him, all ye gods. earth stand in awe of him. I 8 Sion' heard of it, and re
10 · Tell it out among the joiced ; and the daughters of heathen, that the Lord is king; Judah were glad, because of thy and that it is he who hath made judgments, O LORD. the round world so fast that 9 For thou, Lord, art higher it cannot be moved ; and how than all that are in the earth ; that he shall judge the people thou art exalted far above all righteously.
· 10 O ye that love the LORD, together before the LORD; for see that ye hate the thing which he is come to judge the earth. is evil : the LORD preserveth 10 With righteousness shall the souls of his saints; he shall he judge the world, and the deliver them from the hand of people with equity. . the ungodly. ' * 11 There is sprung up a light |
Psalm 99. Dominus regnavit. for the righteous, and joyful THE LORD is king, be the gladness for such as are true-people never so impatient; he hearted.
• sitteth between the cherubim, 12 Rejoice in the LORD, ye be the earth never so unquiet. righteous, and give thanks for 2 The LORD is great in Sion, a remembrance of his holi- and high above all people. ness.
3 They shall give thanks
unto thy name, which is great, EVENING PRAYER.
wonderful, and holy. · PSALM 98. Cantate Domino. 14 The king's power loveth
O SING unto the LORD a judgment; thou hast prepared new song; for he hath done equity; thou hast executed marvellous things.
judgment and righteousness in 2 With his own right hand, Jacob. and with his holy arm, hath he 5 O magnify the LORD our gotten himself the victory. God, and fall down before his
3 The LORD declared his footstool ; for he is holy. salvation; his righteousness 16 Moses and Aaron among hath he openly showed in the his priests, and Samuel among sight of the heathen.
such as call upon his name : 4 He hath remembered his these called upon the LORD, and he mercy and truth toward the heard them." house of Israel, and all the ends 7 He spake unto them out of the world have seen the of the cloudy pillar; for they salvation of our God.
kept his testimonies, and the 5 Show yourselves joyful law that he gave them. unto the LORD, all ye lands; 8 Thou heardest them, O sing, rejoice, and give thanks. LORD our God; thou forgavest
6. Praise the LORD upon the them, O God, and punishedst harp; sing to the harp with a their own inventions. psalm of thanksgiving.
90 magnify the LORD our ..7 With trumpets also and God, and worship him upon his shawms, O show yourselves holy hill; for the LORD our God joyful before the LORD the is holy. king. · 8 Let the sea make a noise,
Psalm 100. Jubilate Deo. and all that therein is; the O BE ye joyful in the LORD, round world, and they that all ye lands ; serve the LORD dwell therein.
with gladness, and come before 9 Let the floods clap their his presence with a song. hands, and let the hills be joyfull 2 Be ye sure that the LORD