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10 Thou rulest the raging of 22 My hand shall hold him the sea ; thou stillest the waves fast, and my
arm shall thereof when they arise.
strengthen him. u Thou hast subdued Egypt. 23 The enemy shall not be and destroyed; it thou hast able to do him violence; the scattered thine enemies abroad son of wickedness shall not with thy mighty arm. hurt him.
12 The heavens are thine. 24 I will smite down his foes the earth also is thine ; thou before his face, and plague hast laid the foundation of the them that hate him. round world, and all that 25 My truth also and my therein is.
mercy shall be with him ; and 13 Thou hast made the northlin my Name shall his horn be. and the south; Tabor and Her- exalled. mon shall rejoice in thy Name. 26 I will set his dominion
14 Thou hast a mighty arm ; also in the sea, and his rigpit strong is thy hand, and high hand in the floods. is thy right hand.
27 He shall call me, Thou 15 Righteousness and equity art my Father, my God, and are the habitation of thy seat; my strong salvation. mercy and truth shall
be- 28 And I will make him fore thy face.
my first-born, higher than the 16 Blessed is the people, Okings of the earth. Lord, that can rejoice in thee ; 29 My mercy will I keep they shall walk in the light of for him for evermore, and my thy countenance,
covenant shall stand fast with 17 Their delight shall be him. daily in thy name ; and in thy 30 His seed also will I make righteousness shall they make to endure for ever, and his their boast.
throne as the days of heaa 18 For thou art the glory of ven. their strength, and in thy lov. 31 But if his children foring-kindness thou shalt lift up sake my law, and walk not in our horns :
iny judgments; 19 For the Lord is our de- 32 If they break my sta. fence; the Holy One of Israel iutes, and keep not my comis our King.
mandments; I will visit their 20 Thou spakest sometime offences with the rod, and in visions unto thy saints, and their sin with scourges. gaids!, I have laid help upon 33 Nevertheless, my lorone that is mighty, I have ex-ing-kindness will I pct utterly alted one chosen out of the take from him, nor suffer my people.
truth to fail. 21 I bave found David my 34 My covenant will I not Servant : with my holy oil hare' reak, nor alter the thing that Tanointed him.
de quk of my lips : I irave
sworn once by my holiness,jloving-kindnesses, which thou that I will not fail David. swarest unto David in thy
35 His seed shall endure truth? for ever, and his seat is like 49 Remember, Lord, the as the sun before me. rebuke that thy servants hare,
36 He shall stand fast for and how I do bear in my boevermore as the moon, and som the rebukes of many peoas the faithful witness in hea- ple; ven.
50 Wherewith thine eneS7 But thou hast abhorredlmies have blasphemed thee, and forsaken thine Anointed, and slandered the footsteps of and art displeased at him. til. Anointed : Praised be the
38 Thou hast broke the Lord for evermore. Amen covenant of thy servant, and and Amen. cast his crown to the ground.
39 Thou hast overthrown all his hedges, and broken
The Eighteenth Day. down his strong holds.
MORNING PRAYER. 40 All they that go by spoil him, and he is become a re
Psalm xc. Domine, refugium. proach to his neighbours. ORD, thou hast been our
right hand of his enemies, and tion to another. made all his adversaries to re- 2 Before the mountains were joice.
brought forth, or ever the 42 Thou hast taken away earth and the world were
of his sword, and made, thou art Cod from givest him not victory in the everlasting, and world withbattle.
Jout end. 43 Thou hast put out his 3 Tho'l turnest man to de. glory, and cast his throne downstruction ; again thou savest, to the ground.
Come again, ye childre.. of 44 The days of his youth men, hast thou shortened, and co- 4 For a thousand years in vered him with dishonour. thy sight are but as yesterday,
45 Lord, how long wilt thou seeing that is past as a watch hide thyself? for ever? and in the night. shall thy wrath burn like fire? 5 As soon as thou scatterest
46 () remeinber how short them, they are even as a sleep my time is ; wherefore hast and fade away suddenly like thou made all men for nought? the grass.
47 What man is he that live 6 In the morning it is green, eth, and shall not see death ? and groweth up; but in the and shall he deliver his soul evening it is cut-down, dried from the hand of hell?
up, and withered. 13 Lord, where are thy old 7 For we consume away
in thy displeasure, and are Psalm xci. Qui habitat. afraid at thy wrathful indig- W HOSO dwelleth under pation.
the defence of the Most 8 Thou hast set our mis- High, shall abide under the deeds before thee, and our se-shadow of the Almighty. cret sins in the light of thy 2 I will say unto the Lord, countenance.
Thou art my hope and my 9 For when thou art angry, strong hold, my God, in him all our days are gone ; we will I trust. bring our years to an end, as it 3 For he shall deliver thee were a tale that is told. from the snare of the hunter,
10 The days of our age are and from the noisome pestithreescore years and ten; and lence. though men be so strong that 4 He shall de end thee unthey come to fourscore years, der his wings, and thou shalt yet is their strength then but be safe under his feathers ; labour and sorrow; so soon his faithfulness and truth shall passeth it away, and we are be thy shield and buckler. gone.
5 Thou shalt not be afraid 11 But who regardeth the for any terror by night, nor power of thy wrath ? for even for the arrow that Aieth by thereafter as a man feareth, day; so is thy displeasure.
6 For the pestilence that 12 So teach us to number walketh in darkness, nor for our days, that we may apply the sickness that destroyeth our hearts unto wisdom. in the noon-day.
13 Turn thee again, O 7 A thousand shall fall be Lord, at the last, and be gra-side thee, and ten thousand at cious unto thy servants. thy right hand; but it shall
14 O satisfy us with thy not come nigh thee. mercy, and that soon : so shall 8 Yea, with thine eyes shalt we rejoice and be glad all the thou behold, and see the redays of our life.
ward of the ungodly. 15 Comfort us again now 9 For thou, Lord, art my after the time that thou hast hope ; thou hast set thine plagued us; and for the years house of defence very high. wherein we have suffered ad- 10 There shall no evil hapversity.
pen unto thee, neither shall 16 Show thy servants thy any plague come - nigh thy work, and their children thy dwelling. glory.
11 For he shall give his an17 And the glorious Majesty gels charge over thee, to keep of the Lord our God be upon thee in all thy ways. us : prosper thou the work of 12 They shall bear thee in our hands upon us : 0 prosper their hands, that thou hurt not thou our handy work. thy foot against a stone.
13 Thou shalt go upon the do flourish, then shall they be lion and adder; the young destroyed for ever ; but thou, lion and the dragon shalt thou Lord, art the Most Highest tread under thy feet.
for evermore. 14 Because he hath set his 8 For lo, thine enemies, () love upon me, therefore will Lord, lo, thine enemies shall I deliver him ; I will set him perish ; and all the workers of up, because he hath known wickedness shall be destroyed.
9 But my horn shall be 15 He shall call upon me, exalted like the horn of an and I will hear him; yea, 1 unicorn ; for I am anointed am with him in trouble ; I with fresh oil. will deliver him, and bring 10 Mine eye also shall see him to honour.
his lust of mine enemies, and 16 With long life will I sa- mine ear shall hear his desire tify him, and show him my of the wicked that arise up salvation.
11 The righteous shall flouPsalm xcii. Bonum est con- rish like a palm-tree, and fiteri.
shall spread abroad like a ce. IT T is a good thing to givt dar in Libanus.
thanks unto the Lord, and 12 Such as are planted in to sing praises unto thy Name, the house of the Lord, shall O Most Highest ;
flourish in the courts of the 2 To teil of thy loving-kind-/louse of our God. ness early in the morning, and 13 They also shall bring of thy truth in the night sea- forth more fruit in their age, son ;
and shall be fat and well lie 3 Upon an instrument of king; ten strings, and upon the lute 14 That they may show upon a loud instrument, and how true the Lord my strength upon the harp:
lis, and that there is no unrigh-
parel; the Lord hath put on 6 An unwise man doth noi bis apparel, and girded himwell consider this, and a fool self with strength. doth not understand it.
2 He hath made the round 7 When the ungodly are world so sure, ihat it cannot green as the grass, and when be moved. all the workers of wickedness 3 Ever since the world be
gan, hath thy seat been pre-heathen, it is he that teacheth pared; thou art from everlast- man knowledge ; shall not he ing
punish? 4 The floods are risen, O 11 The Lord knoweth the Lord, the foods have lift up thoughts of man, that they are their voice, the floods lift up but vain. their waves,
12 Blessed is the man whom 5 The waves of the sea are thou chastenest, O Lord, and mighty, and rage horribly : teachest him in thy law; but yet the Lord, who dwel- 13 That thou mayest give leth on high, is mightier. him patience in time of adver
6 Thy testimonies, O Lord, sity, until the pit be digged up are very sure : holiness be- for the ungodly. cometh thine house for ever. 14 For the Lord will not Psalm xciv. Deus ultionum.
fail his people ; neither will
he forsake his inheritance ; OLORD God to whom ven- 15 Until righteousness turn
geance belongeth, thou again unto judgment: all such God, to whom vengeance be-as are true in heart shall follongeth, show thyself. low it.
2 Arise, thou Judge of the 16 Who will rise up with world, and reward the proud me against the wicked ? or after their deserving.
who will take my part against 3 Lord, how long shall the the evil-doers ? ungodly, how long shall the 17 If the Lord had not help: aingodly triumph ?
ed me, it had not failed, but 4 How long shall all wicked my soul had been put to silence. doers speak so disdainfully, and 18 But when I said, My make such proud boasting? foot hath slipped ; thy mercy,
5 They smite down thy peo- O Lord, held me up. ple, O Lord, and trouble thine 19 In the multitude of the heritage.
sorrows that I had in my heart, 6 They murder the widow thy comforts have refreshed and the stranger, and put the my soul. fatherless to death.
20 Wilt thou have any thing 7. And yet they say, Tush, to do with the stool of wicked the Lord shall not see, neither ness, which imagineth misshall the God of Jacob regard chief as a law ? it.
21 They gather them toge8 Take heed, ye unwise ther against the soul of the among the people: O ye fools, righteous, and condemn the when will ye understand ? linnocent blood. 9 He that planted the ear,
22 But the Lord is my reshall hc not hear? or he that fuge, and my God is the made the eye, shall he not see strength of my confidence.
10 Or he that nurtureth the 23 He shall recompensa