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14 For the Lord hath chosen the courts of the house of our Sion to be an habitation for God. himself : he hath longed for 3 Lift up your hands in the her.
sanctuary, and praise the Lord. 15 This shall be my rest 4 The Lord, that made heafor ever : here will I dwell, ven and earth, give thee blesa for I have a delight therein. sing out of Sion. 16 I will bless her victuals
Psalm cxxxv. Laudate No. with increase, and will satisfy
men. her poor with bread.
in I will deck her priests O PRAISE the Lord, laud with health, and her saints
; shall rejoice and sing. praise it, О ye servants of the
18 There shall I make the Lord. horn of David to Aourislı : I 2 Ye that stand in the house have ordained a lantern for of the Lord, in the courts of mine Anointed.
the house of our God. 19 As for his enemies, I 3 O praise the Lord; for shall clothe them with shame; the Lord is gracious : 0 sing but upon himself shall his praises unto his Name ; for it crown flourish.
is lovely Psalm cxxxiii. Ecce, quam chosen Jacob unto himself, and
4 For why? the Lord hath bonum.
Israel for bis own possession. EHOLD, how good and 5 For I know that the Lord
thren, to dwell together in above all gods. unity.
6 Whatsoever the Lord 2 It is like the precious oint. pleased, that did he in heaven ment upon the head, that ran and in earth ; in the sea, and down unto the beard. even unto in all deep places. Aaron's beard, and went down 7 He bringeth forth the to the skirts of his clothing. clouds from the ends of the
3 Like as the dew of Her-world, and sendeth forth lightmon, which fell upon the hill nings with the rain, bringing of Sion,
the winds out of his treasures. 4 For there the Lord pro- 8. He smote the first-born of mised his blessing, and life for Egypt, both of man and beast. evermore.
9 He hath sent tokens and
wonders into the midst of thee, Psalm cxxxiv. Ecce nunc.
O thou land of Egypt ; upon
BEHord, Danow. praise the Pharaoh, and all his servants
Lordall ye the Lord.
and slew mighty kings;. 2 Ye that by night stand in 11 Sehon, king of the Amothe house of the Lord, even in rites ; and Og, the king of P:
u b 2
san; and all the kingdoms of 3 O thank the Lord of all Canaan ;
Jords; for his mercy endureth 12 And gave their land to for ever. be an heritage, even an berit. 4 Who only doeth great age unto Israel, his people. wonders; for his mercy en
13 Thy Name, O Lord, en-dureth for ever. dureth for ever ; so doth thy 5 Who by his excellent wis. memorial, O Lord, from one dom made the heavens ; for generation to another. his mercy endureth for ever.
14 For the Lord will avenge 6 Who laid out the earth his people, and be gracious above the waters; for his unto his servants.
mercy endureth for ever. 15 As for the images of the 7 Who hath made great heathen, they are but silverlights; for his mercy endurand gold ; the work of men’sleth for ever ; hands.
8 The sun to rule the day ; 16 They have mouths, and for his mercy endureth for speak not; eyes have they, ever ; but they see not.
9 The moon and the stars 17 They have ears, and yet to govern the night; for his they hear not ; neither is there mercy endureth for ever. any breath in their mouths. 10 Who smote Esypt, with 18 They that make them their first born ; for his
mercy are like unto them ; and so endureth for ever ; are all they that put their trust H And brought out Israel in them.
from among them ; for his 19 Praise the Lord, ye mercy endureth for ever ; house of Israel ; praise the 12 With a mighty hand Lord, ye house of Aaron. and stretched out arm; for
20 Praise the Lord, ye his mercy endureth for ever. house of Levi ; ye that fear 13 Who divided the Red the Lord, praise the Lord. Sea in two parts ; for his mera
21 Praised be the Lord outcy endureth for ever ; of Sion, who dwelleth at Jerų. 14 And made Israel to go salem.
through the midst of it; for EVENING PRAYER.
his mercy endureth for ever. Psalm cxxxvi. Confitemini his host, he overthrew them
15 But as for Pharaoh, and Domino.
in the Red Sea ; for his mercy
16 led and his mercy endureth for through the wilderness ; for ever.
his mercy endureth for ever. 20 give thanks unto thel 17 Who smote great kings; God of all gods ; for his mercy for his mercy endureth for endureth for ever..
18 Yea, and slew mighty 5 If I forget thee, O Jerukings ; for his mercy endur-salem, let my right hand foreth for ever.
get her cunning. 19 Sehon, king of the Amo- 6 If I do not remember rites ; for his mercy endureth thee, let my tongue cleave to for ever.
the roof of my mouth; yea, if 20 And Og, the king of Ba- I prefer not Jerusalem in my san; for his mercy endureth mirth. for ever.
7 Remember the children 21 And gave away their of Edom, O Lord, in the day land for an heritage ; for his of Jerusalem ; how they said, mercy endureth for ever; Down with it, down with it,
22° Even for an heritage even to the ground. unto Israel, his servant ; for 8. O daughter of Babylon, his mercy endureth for ever. wasted with misery; yea, hap
23 Who remembered uspy shall he be that rewardeth when we were in trouble ; for thee as thou hast served us. his mercy endureth for ever ; 9 Blessed shall he be that
24 And hath delivered us taketh thy children, and from our enemies; for his throweth them against the mercy endureth for ever, stones.
25 Who giveth food to all Psalm cxxxviii. Confitebor flesh; for his mercy endureth
tibi, for ever.
thee, O Lord, with my God of heaven ; for his mer. whole heart ; even before the cy endureth for ever. gods will I sing praise unto
27 O give thanks unto the thee. Lord of lords ; for his mercy 2 I will worship toward thy endureth for ever.
holy temple, and praise thy Psalm cxxxvii. Super flu. Name, because of thy lovingmina.
kindness and truth; for thou Y the waters of Babylon hast magnified thy Name and
26 O give thanks unto the I WILL give thanks unto
when we remembered thee, 3 When I called upon thee, O Sion.
thou heardest me ; and en2 As for our harps, we cuedst my soul with much "hanged them up upon the strength. trees that are therein.
4 All the kings of the earth 3. For they that led us away shall praise thee, O Lord; for captive, required of us then a they have heard the words of song, and melody in our hea-thy mouth. viness : Sing us one of the 5 Yea, they shall sing in the songs of Sion.
ways of the Lord, that great 4 How
sing the is the glory of the Lord. Lord's
e land?| 6 For though the Lo
high, yet hath he respect unto 8 Jf I take the wings of the the lowly ; as far as the proud, morning, and remain in the he behoideth them afar off. uttermost part of the sea ;
7 Though I walk in the 9 Even there also shall thy midst of trouble, yet shali thou hand lead me, and thy right refresh me; thou shalt stretch hand shall hold me. forth thy hand upon the fu- 10 If I say, Peradventure riousness of mine enemies, and the darkness shall cover me; thy right hand shall save me. then shall my night be turned
& The Lord shall make good to day. his loving-kindness toward 11 Yea, the darkness is no me ; yea, thy mercy, O Lord, darkness with thee, but the endureth for ever; despise night is as clear as the day; not then the works of thine the darkness and light to thee own hands.
are both alike.
12 For my reins are thine ; The Twenty-ninth Day. thou hast covered me in my MORNING PRAYER.
mother's womb. Psalm cxxxix. Domine, fro-thee, for I am fearfully and
13 I will give thanks unto basti.
wonderfully made: marvel. O
me out, and known me ; my soul knoweth right well. thou knowest my down-sitting, 14 My bones are not hid and mine up-rising; thou un- from thee, though I be made derstandest my thoughts long secretly, and fashioned bebefore.
neath in the earth. 2 Thou art about my path, 15 Thine eyes did see my and about my bed ; and spiest substance, yet being imper. out all my ways.
|fect; and in thy book were 3 For lo, there is not a word all my members written ; in my tongue, but thou, o 16 Which day by day were Lord, knowest it altogether. fashioned, when as yet there
4 Thou hast fashioned me was none of them. behind and before, and laid 17 How dear are thy counthine hand upon me. sels unto me, O God; ( how
5 Such knowledge is too great is the sum of them ! wonderful and excellent for 18 If I tell them, they are me; I cannot attain unto it.
more in number than the 6 Whither shall I go then sand; when I wake up, I am from thy Spirit, or whither present with thee. shall I go then from thy pre- 19 Wilt thou not slay the sence ?
wicked, O God? depart from 7 If I climb up into heaven, me, ye blood-thirsty men. thou art there ; if I go down 20 For they speak unrighto hell, thou art there also. teously against thee; and
thine enemies take thy Name) 8 Let not the ungodly have in vain.
his desire, O Lord; let not his 21 Do not I hate them, O mischievous imagination prosLord, that hate thee? and am per, lest they be too proud. not I grieved with those that 9 Let the mischief of their rise up against thee? own lips fall upon the head of
22 Yea, I hate them right them that compass me about. sore; even as though they 10 Let hot burning coals were mine enemies. fall upon them ; let them be
23 Try me, O God, and cast into the fire, and into the seek the ground of my heart ; pit, that they never rise up prove me;. and examine my again. thoughts.
11 A man full of words shall 24 Look well if there be not prosper upon the earth : any way of wickedness in me ; evil shall hunt the wicked per. and lead me in the way ever-son, to overthrow him. lasting.
12 Sure l am that the Lord
will avenge the poorand Psalm cxl. Eripe me, Domine.
maintain the cause of the DELIVER me, O Lord, helpless.
13 The righteous also shall preserve me from the wicked give thanks unto thy Name ; man ;
and the just shall continue in 2 Who imagine mischief thy sight. in their hearts, and stir up strife all the day long.
Psalm cxli. Domine, clamavi, 3. They have sharpened LORD, I call upon thee; their tongues. like a serpent ;
thee , adder's poison is under their consider my voice, when I lips.
cry unto thee. 4 Keep me, O Lord, from 2 Let my prayer be set forth the hands of the ungodly; pre-in thy sight as the incense ; serve me from the wicked and let the lifting up of my men, who are purposed to hands be an evening sacrifice. overthrow my goings.
3 Set a watch, O Lord, be5 The proud have laid a fore my mouth, and keep the snare for me, and spread a door of my lips. net abroad with cords ; yea, 4 O let not mine heart be and set traps in my way. inclined to any evil thing; let
6 I said unto the Lord, Thou me not be occupied in ungodly art my God; hear the voice works with the men that work of my prayers, O Lord. wickedness, lest I eat of such
7 O Lord God, thou things as please them. strength of my health ; thou 5 Let the righteous rather hast covered my head in the smite me friendly, and re« day of battle.