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godly : thou hast put out their 18 For the poor Mall not al. name for ever and ever. way be forgotten : the patient

6 O thou enemy, destructi. abiding of the meck shall not ons are come to a perpetual perish for ever. end : Even as the cities which 19 Up, Lord, and let not thou haft destroyed ; their me- man have the upper hand: lec morial is perished with them. the heathen be judged in thy

7 But the Lord shall endure sight. for ever : he hath also prepared 20 Put them in fear, O Lord: his seat for judgment.

that the heathen may know 8 For he shall judge the themselves to be hut men. world in righteousness : and Psalm 10. Ut quid, Domine? niinifter true judgment unto

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off, O Lord : and hi9 The Lord also will be a de- deft thy face in the needful fence for the opprefed : even time of trouble? a refuge in due time of trouble. 2 The ungodly for his own

10 And they that know thy lust doch persecure the poor : Name, will put their trust in let them be taken in the crafty thee : for thou, Lord, haft ne- wiliness that they have imagiver failed them that seek thee. ned.

u O praise the Lord which 3. For the ungodly hath dwellech in Sion : Thew the mådę boast of his own hearts people of his doings.

defire: and speaketh good of 12 For when he maketh in- the covetous, whom God abquisition for blood, he remem- horreth. breth them; and forgetteth 4 The ungodly is so proud, not the coniplaint of the poor. that he careth not for God : nei

13 Have mercy upon me, other is God in all his thoughts. Lord, consider the trouble s His ways are alway gricwhich I suffer of then that youis : thy judgments are far a. hate me : thou that liftest ne bove out of his sight, and there. up from the gates of death. foredefieth heall his enemies.

14 That I may thew all thy 6 For he hath said in his praises within the ports of the heart, Tuth, I shall never be daughter of Sion : I will re- cast down : there Mall no harm joyce in thy salvation. "happen unto me.

15 The heathen are sunk 7 His mouth is full of cur. down in the pit that they made: fins, deceit, and fraud : under in the same net which they hid his tongue is ungodliness and p:ivily, is their foot taken. vanity.

16 The Lord is known to 8 He firecth lurking in the execute judgment : theungod- thievish corners of the streets : ly is trapped in the work of his and privily in his lurking dens own hands.

doch he murder the innocent ; 17 The wicked shall be turn- his eyes are set against the poor. ed into hell: and all the people 9 For he lieth waiting fecreto that forget Gud.

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their bow, and make ready 10 He doth ravisli the poor : their arrows within the quiver: when he getreth him into his that they may privily root at

them which are true of heart. 11 He falleth down and hum- 3 For the foundations will blech himself: that the congre- be cast down : and what hath gation of the poor may fall in- the righteous done ? to the hands of his captains. 4The Lord is in his holy tem

12 He hath said in his heart, ple: the Lords seat is in heaven. Tush, God hath forgotten : he s His eyes consider the poor : hideth away his face, and he and his eye-lids try the chilo will never see it.

dren of men. 13 Arise, O Lord God, and 6 The Lord alloweth the lift up thine hand : forget not righteous : but the ungodly,

and him that delighteth in 14 Wherefore should the wickedness doth his soul abhor. wicked blafphenie God : while 7 Upon the ungodly he shall he doth say in his heart, Tush, rain snares, fire, and brimstone, thou God carest not for it. storm, and tempeft : this shali

Is Surely thou hast seen it : be their portion to drink. for thou beholdest ungodliness 8 For the righteous Lord loand wrong.

vech righteousness: his counte. 16 That thou mayst take the nance will behold the thing matter into thy hand : the poor that is just. committech himself unto thee

; Evening Prayer. for thou art the helper of the Psalm 12. Salvum me fac. friendless.

not one the ungodly and malicious : the faithful are minished from take away his ungodliness, and among the children of men. thou shalt find none.

2 They talk of vanity every 18 The Lord is King for ever one with his neighbour : they and ever : and the heathen are do but flatter with their lips, perished out of the land. and dissemble in their double

19 Lord, thou liaft heard the heart. desire of the poor : thou pre- 3 The Lord shall root out all parest their heart, and thine deceitful lips : and the congue ear hearkniech thereto.

that speakech proul things. 20 To help the fatherless and 4 Which have said, With our poor unto their right : that the tongue will we prevail : we are man of the earth be no more they that ought to speak, who exalted against them.

is Lord over us? Palm 11. In Domino confido. § Now for the comfortless N the Lord put I my trust : troubles sake of the needy :

how say ye then to my soul, and because of the deep sighthat the should face as a bird ing of the poor ; unto the hill?

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and will help every one from any that would understand, him that swelleth against him, and seek after God. and will set him at rest. 4 But they are all gone out

7 The words of the Lord are of the way, they are altogepure words: even as the silver, ther become abominable : there which from the earth is tried, is none that doth good, no not and purified seven times in the one. fire.

s Their throat is an open re8 Thou shalt keep them, O pulchre, with their tongues Lord : thou shalt preserve him have they deceived: the poison from this generation for ever. of asps is under their

lips. 9. The ungodly walk on eve. 6 Their mouth is full of cur. ry fide : when they are exalced, fing and bitterness: their feet the children of men are put to are swift to shed blood. rebuke.

7 Destruction and unhappi. Psalm 13. Usque quo, Domine? neís is in their ways, and the

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8 Have they no knowledge, 2 How long shall I seck coun- that they are all such workers fel in my soul, and be so vexed of mischief: eating up my peoin my heart : how long hall ple as it were bread, and call mine enemiestriumph over me ? not upon the Lord ?

3 Consider and hear me, O 9 There were they brought Lord my God : lighten mine in great fear, even where no eyes, that I neep not in death. fear was : for God is in the ge

4 Left mine enemy say, I neration of the righteous. have prevailed against him: for

10 As for you, ye have made if I be cast down, they that a mock at the counsel of the trouble me, will rejoyce at it. pour : because he puttethi "his

5. But my trust is in thy mer- trust in the Lord. cy: and my heart is joyful in i Who shall give salvation thy salvation.

unto Israel out of Sion? When 6 I will sing of the Lord, be. the Lord turneth the captivity cause he hath deale so lovingly of his people : then shall Jacob with me : yea, I will praise the rejoyce, and Israel shall be glad. Name of the Lord mostHighest.

Psalm 14. Dixit insipiens. Morning Prayer. Theate: There is no God. He fool hath said in his Psalm 15. Domine, quis habi. :

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thy tabernacle : ings : there is none that doth. Thall rest upon thy holy hill? good, no not one.

2 Even he that leadech an 3 The Lord looked down uncorrupt life : and doth the from heaven, upon the children thing which is right, and speakof men : to see if there were ech the truth from his heart.

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3 He that hath used no de- 10 Wherefore my heart was ceit in his tongue, nor done evil glad; and my glory rejoyced : to his neighbour : and hath not my flesh also shall rest in hope. Nandered his neighbour.

i For why? thou shalt not 4. He that settech not by leave my soul in hell: neither himself, but is lowly in his Malt thou suffer thy holy One own eyes : and maketh much to see corruption. of them that fear the Lord. 12 Thou shalt Thew me the

5 He that sweareth unto his path of life; in thy presence is neighbour, and disappointeth the fulness of joy : and at thy him not : though it were to his right hand there is pleasure for own hindrance.

6 He that hath not given his Psalm 17. Exaudi, Domine. maney upon usury : nor taken reward against the innocent. consider my complaint:

7 W'hoso doth these things: and hearken unto my prayer, Thall never fall.

that goeth not out of feigned Pialm 16. Conserva me, Domine, lips. Reserve me, O God : for in 2 Let my sentence come forth

thce have I put my trust. from thy presence : and let 2 O my soul, thou hast said thine eyes look upon the thing unto the Lo di Thou art my that is equal. God, my goods are nothing un- 3. Thou hast proved, and vito thec.

fized mine heart in the night3 Allmy delight is upon the season ; thou hast tried me, saints that are in the earth; and and shalt find no wickedness in upon such as excel in virtue. me : for I am utterly purposed

4 But they that run after that my mouth shall not of another god : fall have great fend. trouble.

4 Because of mens works that 5* Their drink-offerings of are done againtt the words of blood will I not offer : neither thy lips : I have kept me from make mention of their names the ways of the destroyer. within my lips.

So hold thou up my goings 6 The Lord himself is the in thy paths: that my footsteps portion of mine inheritance, Nip not. and of my cup : thou shalt 6 I have called upon thee, O maintain my lot.

God, for thou shalt hear me : 7 The lot is fallen unto me incline thine car to me, and in a fair ground : yea, I have a hearken unto iny words. goodly heritage

7 Sliew thy 'marvellous lo- ' 8 I will thank the Lord for ving kindness, thou that are giving me warning : my reins the Saviour of them which put also chasten me in the night- their trust in thee : from such feason.

as resist thy right hand. 9 I have set God always be- & Keep me as the apple of fore me : for he is on my right an eye: hide me under the shahandy, therefore I shall not fall. dow of thy wings.

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9 From the ungodly that ings of ungodliness made me trouble me :

mine enemies afraid. compass me round about to 4 The pains of hell came atake away my soul.

bout me : the snares of dtach 10 They are inclosed in their overtook me. own fat ; and their mouch s In my trouble I will call speaketh proud things. upon the Lord : and complain

11 They lie waiting in our unto my God. way on every fide : turning 6 So fhall he hear my voice their eyes down to the ground. out of his holy temple: and niy

12 Like as a lion that is gree- complaint shall come before dy of his prey : and as it were him, it shall enter even into a lions wielp, lurking in secret his ears

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7 The earth trembled and 13 Up, Lord, disappoint quaked : the very foundations him, and cast him down : de- allo of the hills hook, and liver my soul from the ungod. were removed, because he was ly, which is a sword of thine. wrotn.

14. From the men of thy 8 There went a smoke out hand, O Lord, from the men, in his presence : and a coniuI say, and from the evil world: ming fire out of his mouth, 10 which have their portion in that coals were kindled at it. this life, whose bellies thou 9. He bowed the heavens alfilleit with thy hid treasure. so, and came down : and it

15 They have children at was dark under his feet. their desire : and leave the 10 He rode upon the Cherlle rest of their substance for their bims, and did fly: he came flybabes.

ing upon the wings of the wind. 16 But as for me, I will be. u He made darkness hus lebold thy presence in righteous. cret place : his pavilion round neis: and when I awake up af- about him with dark water, ter thy likeness, I shall be latis- and thick clouds to cover bim. fied with it

12 At the brightness of his Evening Prayer. presence his clouds removed : Píalm 18. Diligam

te, Domine, hail-Itunes and coals or fire. Will love , O , 13

; itony rock, and my defence : gave his thunder : hail-stones my Saviour, my God, and my and coals of fire. might, in whorn I will trust, 14 He sent out his arrows,and my buckler, the horn also of scattered them : he cait forth my salvation, and my refuge. lightnings, and destroyed them.

ż I will call upon the Lord, 15 Thesprings of waters were which is worthy to be praised : seen, and the foundations of the so shall I be iafe from mine round world were discovered enemies.

at thy chiding, O Lord : at the 3 The sorrows of death com- blafting of the breath of thy passed me : and the overflow. displeasure.

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