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mighty: according to thy wor- work : the virgins that be her ship and renown.

fellows, shall bear hercompany, Ś Good luck have thou with and shall be brought unto thee. thine honour: ride on, because 16 With joy and gladness of the word of truth, of meek- fhallthey be brought: and shall ness and righteousness, and thy enter into the Kings palace. right land shall teach thee ter- 17 Instead of thy fatliers rible things.

thou shalt have children: whom 6 Thy arrows are very sharp, thou mayst make princes in all and the people shall be subdu- lands. ed unto thee:even in the midst 18 I will remember thy among the Kings enemies. Name from one generation to

7 Thy seat, O God, endu- another: therefore shall the reth for ever : the scepter of people give thanks wito thee, thy kingdom is a right fcepter. world without end.

& Thou hast loved righteous. Psalm 46.Deus noster refugium. ness, and hated iniquity:where- Od isourhope andstrength : fore God, even thy God, hath a very present help in anointed thee with the oyl of trouble. glalness above thy fellows. 2 Therefore will we not fear

9 All thy garments smell of though the earth be moved : myrrh, aloes, and callia : out and though the hills be carried of the ivory palaces, whereby into the midft of the sea. they have made thee glad, 3 Though the waters thereof

10 Kings daughters were a, rage and swell: and though the mong thy honourable women: mountains lake at the tempest upon thy right hand did stand of the same. the Queen in a vesture of gold, 4 The rivers of the flood wrought about with divers co- thereof shall made glad the ci. lours.

ty of God: the holy place of the 11 Hearken, o daughter, and tabernacle of the most Highest. consider, incline thing ear:for- s God is in the midst of her, get also thine own people, and therefore Mall the not be rethy fathers house.

moved: God shall help her, 12 So Thall the King have and that right early. pleasure in thy beauty: for he 6 The heathen make much is thy Lord God, and worship ado, and the kingdoms are thou him.

moved: but God hath shewed 13 And the daughter of Tyre his voice, and the earth Mall shall be there with a gift: like melt away, as the rich also among the peo

7 The Lord of hosts is with ple shall make their supplicati. us: the God of Jacob is our on before thee.

refuge. 14 The Kings danghter is all 8 0 come hither, and beglorious within : her clothing is hold the works of the Lord : of wrouglio gold.

what destruction he hath 15 She thall be brought unto brought upon the earth. the King in raiment of needle- 9 He maketh wars to cease

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in all the world : he breaketh city of our God, even upon his the bow, and knappeth the holy hill. spear in sunder, and burneth 2 The hill of Sion is a fair the chariots in the fire. place, and the joy of the whole

10 Be ftill then, and know earth : upon the north-side li. that I am God: I will be exalt- eth the city of the great King ed among the heathen, and I God is well known in her paa will be exalted in the earth. laces as a sure refuge.

II The Lord of hosts is with 3 For lo, the kings of the us: the God of Jacob is our re- earth : are gathered and gone

by together. Evening Prayer. 4 They marvelled to see such Psalm 47. Omnes gentes, plau- things : they were astonished, dite.

and suddenly cast down. your ,

there unto God with the voice of woman in her travail. melody.

6 Thou shalt break the ships. 2 For the Lord is high, and of the sea : through the eaît. to be feared : he is the great wind. King upon all the earth. 7 Like as we have heard, so

3 He shall subdue the peo- have we seen in the city of the ple under us : and the nations Lord of hosts; in the city of our under our feet.

God: God upholdeth the same 4 He shall ehoose out an he- for ever. ritage for us: even the worship 8 We wait for thy loving of Jacob whom he loved. kindness, O God: in the midit

Š God is gone up with a of thy temple. merry noise and the Lord 90 God, according to thy with the sound of the trump. Name, so is thy praise unto the

6 O sing praises, fing pral- worlds end : thy right hand is ses into our God : O sing praifull of righteousness. ses, sing praises unto our King. 10 Let the mount Sion re

Ź For God is the King of all joyce, and the daughter of Ju. the earth · sing ye praises with da be glad : because of thy understanding

judgments. 8 God reigneth over the in Walk about Sion, and go heathen: God fitteth upon his round about her : and tell the holy seat.

towers thereof. 9 The princes of the people 12 Mark well her bulwarks, aré joyned unto the people of set up her houfes : that ye may the God of Abraham : for God tell them that come after. which is very high exalted, 13 For this God is our God doth defend the earth, as it for ever and ever : he shall be were with a Thield.

our guide unto death. Psalm 48. Magnus Dominus. Pralm 49. Audite hæc, omnes. is Lord, and high

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confime in the sepulchre out 3. My mouth shall speak of of their dwelling. wiidom: and my heart shall 15 But God hath delivered muse of understanding. my soul from the place of hell :

4. I will incline mine ear to for he shall receive me. the parable: and shew my dark 16 Be not thou afraid though speech upon the harp. one be made rich: orif the glo

br 5 Wherefore should I fear ry of his house be increased; in the days of wickedness: and 17 For he shall carry nothing when the wickedness of my away with him when he diech: heels compasseth me round a- neither Thall his pomp Follow f bout?

him. 6 There be some that put 18 For while he lived, he : fo their trust in their goods: and counted himself an happy man: boast themselves in the multi- and so long as thou dost well tude of their riches:

unto thy self, men will speak 7 But no man may deliver good of thee. his brother : nor make agrec- 19 He shall follow the genement unto God for him ; ration of his fathers; and shall

& For it cost more to redeem never see light. the fouls : fo that he must lec

20 Man being in honour is that alone for ever;

hath no understanding : but is 9 Yea, though he live long: compared unto the beasts that and see not the grave. perish.

b! Iu For he feeth that wife men also die, and perifh toge• Morning Prayer. ther': as well as the ignorant Psalm 5o. Deus deorum. and fooli tag and leave their The Lord, even the most ,

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mighty hath 11 And yet they think that and called the world, from the their houses Mhall continge for rising up of the sun, unto the ever : and that their dwelling, going down thereof.

G places shall endure from one 2 Out of Sion-hath God apgeneration to another, and call peared : in perfet beauty. the lands after their own names. 3 Our God shall come, and

12 Nevertheless, man will shall not keep silence : there not abide in honour : secing Tall gobefore him a consuming he may be compared unto the fire, and a mighty tenipest shall beasts that perijh ; this is the be ftirred up round about him.

; way of them.

4 He shall call the leaven 13. This is their foolishness: from above : and the earth, and their pofterity praise their that he may judge his people. faying.

5. Gather my saints together 14 They lie in the hell like unto me: those that have made Theep, death gnaweth upon a covenant with me with facri.

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6 And the heavens shall de- 20 Thou satest and spakest clare his righteousness: for God against thy brother : yea, and is Judge himself.

haft Nandered thine own mo7 Hear, O my people, and thers son. I will speak : I my self will te- 21. These things hast thou ftifie against thee, O Ifrael ; for done, and I held my tongue, I am God, even thy God. and thou thoughtest wickedly,

S I will not reprove thee be that I am even such a one as cause of thy sacrifices, or for thy thy self : but I will reprove burnt-offerings : because they thee, and let before thee the were not alway before me. things that thou hast done.

9 I will take no bullock out 22 O consider this, ye that of thine house : nor he-goat out forget God : left I pluck you of thy folds.

away, and there be none to de. To For all the beasts of the liver you. forest are mine: and so are the 23 Whoso offereth me thanks cattle upon a thousand hills. and praise, he honoureth me:

11 I know all the fowls upon and to him that ordereth his the mountains : and the wild conversation right, will I liew beasts of the field are in my the salvation of God. fight.

Psalm'si. Miferere mei, Deus. 12 If I be hungry, I will not Ave mercy upon me, is mine, and all that is therein, nels: according to the multi

13 Thinkest thou that I will tude of thy mercies, do away eat bulls flesh : and drink the mine offences. blood of goats ?

2. Wash me throughly from 14 Offer unto God thankf my wickedness: and cleanse me giving and pay thy vows unto from my fin. the most Highest.

3 For I acknowledge my 15 And call upon me in the faults : and my fin is ever be time of trouble : fo will I hear fore me. thee, and thou shalt praise me. 4 Against the only have I

16 But unto the ungodly said finned, and done this evil in thy God : Why doft thou preach sight : that thou mightst be ju. my laws, and takest my cove- ftified in thy saying, and clear nant in thy mouth;

when thou art judged. 17 Whereas thou hateft to 5. Behold, I was fhapen in be reformed: and haft cast my wickedness: and in sin hath my words behind thee?

mother conceived me. IS When thou sawest a thief, 6 But lo, thou requirest truth thou consentedit unto him : in the inward parts : and fhalt and has been partaker with the make me to understand wisdom adulterers.

secretly. 19 Thou haft let thy mouth 2 Thou shalt purgeme with speak wickedness: and with thy hyssop, and I Mall be clean : tongue thou haft set forth de thou shale wath me, and I Mall ceit:

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Thou hast loved unrighte. 10 Make me a clean heart, O ousness more than goodness ; God : and renew a right fpiric and to talk of lies more than within ne.

righteousness. 11 Caft me not away from 5 Thou hast loved to speak thy presence : and take not thy all words that may do hurt : 0 Holy Spirit from me.

thou false congue. 12 O give me the comfort 6 Therefore Mall God de of thy help again: and stablish stroy thee for ever : he shall me with thy free Spirit. take thee, and pluck thee out

13 Then Thall I teach thy of thy dwelling, and root thee ways unto the wicked : and sine out of the land of the living. ners shall be converied unto ? The righteous also shall see thee.

this, and fear : and snall laugh 14 Deliver me from blood. him to scorn. guiltiness, O God, thou that 8 Lo, this is the man that art the God of my health : and took not God for his strength : my tongue shall sing of thy but trusted unto the multitude righteousness.

of his riches, and strengthned 15 Thou shalt open my lips, himself in his wickedness. O Lord : and my month fall 9 As for me, I am like a green Mhew thy praise.

olive-tres in the house of God: 16 For thou desireft no sa. my trust is in the tender mercy crifice, else would I give it of God for ever and ever. thee: but thou delightest not iu I will always give thanks in burnt-offerings.

unto thee for that thou hast 19 The sacrifice of God is a done : and I will hope in thy troubled spirit : a broken and Name, for thy saints like it contrite heart, O God, shalt well. thou not despise.

Evening Prayer. 18 O be favourable and gra- Psalm 53. Dixit insipiens. cious uinto Sion: build thou the "He foolish body hath said walls of Jerusalem

in his heart: There is no 19 Then shalt thou be plea. God. sed with the sacrifice of righte- 2 Corrupt are they, and beousness, with the burnt-offer- come abominable in their wicke ings and oblations: then shall edness: there is none that doch they offer young bullocks upon good. thine altar.

3 God looked down from Psalm 52., Quid gloriaris? heaven upon the children of

Hy boaftest thou thy 'men: to see if there were any chou canst do mischicf; feek after God.

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