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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
O alipopeopleds togeting them,
and forrow : as upon a
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
ears, 6. And
cars, all ye that dwell in the them, and the righteous shall world.
have domination over them in 2 High and low, rich and the morning: their beauty shall poor : one with another.
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 ,
He , other.
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.
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:
be whiter than snow.
& Thou shalt make me hear 2 Whereas the goodness of of joy and gladness: that the God:
endureth yet daily? bones which thou hast broken 3. Thy tongue imaginethi may rejoyce.
wickedness: and with lies thou 9 Turn thy face from my sins: cuttest like a sharp razor. and put out all my misdeeds.
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.