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4 If my delight had not been fastly purposed : to keep thy in thy law : I should have pe- righteous judgments. rished in my trouble.
3 I am troubled above meas I will never forget thy sure : quicken me, O Lord, accommandments: for with them cording to thy word. thou haft quickned me. 4 Let the free-will-offerings
6 I am thine, O save me: of my mouth please thee, O for I have sought thy command. Lord : and teach me thy judg
7 The ungodly laid wait for 5. My soul is alway in my me, to destroy me: but I will hand : yet do I not forget thy consider thy testimonies. law.
8 I see that all things come 6 The ungodly have laid a to an end : but thy commande snare for me: but yet I swerved ment is exceeding broad. not from thy commandments.
Quomodo dilexi ! 7 Thy testimonies have I Ord, what love have I unto claimed as mine heritage for is my study in it.
very joy of my heart. 2 Thou through thy com 8 I have applied my heart to mandments hast made me wi- fulfil thy statutes alway: even ser than mine enemies : for unto the end. they are ever with me.
Iniquos odio habui.
them ing than my teachers : for thy testimonies are my study. 2 Thou art my defence and
4.I am wiser than the aged : Thield : and my trust is in thy because I keep thy command- word.
3 Away from me, ye wick. s I have refrained my feet ed" : I will keep the conimand. from every evil way : that I ments of my God. 1. inay keep thy word.
4 O ftablish me according to 6 I have not shrunk from thy word, that I may live: and thy judgments : for thou teach- let me not be disappointed of
my hope. 7 O how sweet are thy words 5. Hold thou me up, and I 3
unto my throat : yea, Tweeter shall be fafe : yea, my delight than huny unto my mouth. shall be ever in thy statutes.
8 Through thy command. 6 Thou hast troden down all ments I get understanding : them that depart from thy ftatherefore I hate all evil ways. tutes : for they imagine but de
ceit. Morning Prayer.
7 Thou puttest away all the Lucerna pedibus meis. ungodly of the earth like dross: "Hy word is a lantern unto therefore I love thy testimonies.
my feet : and a light unto 8 My, fleth trembleth for my paths.
fear of thee : and I am afraid 2 I have sworn, and am sted. of thy judgments.
3 I have inore underfand; I things: but thy law do I love
7 Shew the light of thy coun. I ant : and
lawful and righe:Ogive me teach me thy statutes. not over unto mine oppressors. 8 Mine eyes. gufi out with
2 Make thou thy servant to water : because men keep not delight in that which is good : thy law. that the proud do me no wrong. Fustus es, Domine.
3 Mine eyes are wasted a Ighteous art thou, health : and for the word of judgment. thy righteousness.
2 The testimonies that thou 4 0 deal with thy servant haft commanded : are exceedaccording unto thy loving mer. ing righteous and true. cy: and teach me thy statutes. 3 My zeal hath even consu
s I am thy servant, Ogrant med me : because mine enemies me understanding : that I may have forgotten clay words, know thy teftimonies.
4 Thy word is tried to the .: 6 It is time for thee, Lord, uttermost : and thy servant loto lay to thine hand : for they veth it. have destroyed thy law. 's I am sniall, and of no re
7 For I love thy command- puration : yet do I not forget ments : above gold and preci. thy commandments. Ons stone.
6 Thy righteousness is an & Therefore hold I straight everlasting righteousness; and all thy commandments : and thy law is the truth. all falie ways I utrerly abhor. 7 Trouble and heaviness Mirabilia.
have taken hold upon me : yet "Hy testimonies are won- is my delight in thy co:nmand
derful: therefore doth my .ments. foul keep them.
8 The righteousness of thy 2 When thy word goeth teftimonies is everlasting: 0 forth : it giveth light and un- grant me understanding, and I derstanding unto the fimple. Thall live.
3. 1 opened my mouth, and drew in my breath : for my
Evening Prayer. delight was in thy command Clamavi in toto corde meo.
Call with my whole heart :
18 look thou upon me, and I hear me, my woorde hewii
be merciful unto ine : as thou keep thy ftatures. uleit to do unto those that love 2 Yea, even unto thee do I thy Name.
call: help me, and I shall keep 's Order my fteps in thy thy testimonies. word : and ro Thall no wicked 3 Early in the morning do I ness have dominion over me.
cry unto thee : for in thy word · 60 deliver me from the is my trust. wrongful dealings of men : and 4 Mine eyes prevent the To fiall I keep thy command- night-watches : that I might be
occupied in thy words.
ments are true.
5 Hear my voice, O Lord, as one that findeth great according unto thy loving kind- spoils. ness : quicken me according as 3 As for lies, I hate and thou art wont.
abhor them: buc thy law do I 6. They draw nigh that of love. malice persecute me : and are 4 Seven times a day do I far from thy law.
praise thee : because of thy 7. Be thou nigh at hand, O righteous judgments. Lord : for all thy command 5 Great is the peace thal
they have wio love thy law : 8 As concerning thy teftimo- and thcy are not oftended at nies, I have known long since : ir. that thou hast grounded them 6 Lord, I have looked for for ever. 1
thy saving health : and done Vide humilitatem. after thy commandments, O
Consider inine adversity, 7 My foui hath kept thy te. E
and deliver me : for I do ftimonies: and loved them exnot forget thy law.
ceedingly. 2 Avenge thou my cause, 8 I have kept thy command. and deliver me : quicken mé ments and testimonies : for all according to thy word. my ways are before thee. 3 Health is far from the un Appropinquet deprecatio.
fore theeO Lord : give 4 Great is thy mercy, o me understanding according to Lord : quicken me as thou art thy word. woni.
2 Let my supplication come s Many there are that trou- before shee : deliver me acă ble me, and persecute me : yet cording to thy word. do I not swerve from thy tefti. 3 My lips Thall speak of thy monies.
praise : when thou hast taught 1 6 It grieveth me when I see me thy statutes.
the transgreffors : because they 4. Yea, my tongue Mall fing keep not thy law.
of thy word : for all thy com7 Consider, O Lord, how I mandments are righteous. love thy commandments : 0 5 Let thine hand help me :
quicken me according to thy for I have chosen thy comI loving kindness.
mandments. 8 Thy word is true from 6 I have longed for thy fa1
everlasting : all the judgments, ving health, O Lord : and in of thy righteousness endure for thy law is my delight. evermore.
70 let my soul live, and it I Principes perfecuti funt. shall praise thee: and thy judg
Rinces have perfecuted me ments shall help me.
without a cause : bur my 8 I have gone astray like a 7 heart ftandech in awe of thy sheep that is loft : O Teck thy word.
servant, for I do not forget thy 2 I am as glad of thy word... commandments.
Morning Prayer. in : from this time forth for Psalm 120. Ad Dominum. Hen I was in trouble, I
Psalm 122. Lætatus sum. called upon the Lord : and he heard me.
Was glad when they said I
unto me : We will go into 2 Deliver my soul, O Lord, the house of the Lord. from lying lips : and from a 2 Our feet shall stand in thy deceitful tongue.
gates : O Jerusalem. 3 What reward shall be gi- 3 Jerusalem is built as a city: ven or done unto thee, thou that is at unity in it felf. false tongue : even mighty and 4 For thither the tribes go Marp arrows, with hot burn- up, even the tribes of the Lord : ing coals.
to testific unto Ifrael, to give 4. Wo is me, that I am con- thanks unto the Name of the strained tu dwell with Merech : Lörd. and to have niy habitation a s For there is the seat of mong the tents of Kedar. judgment : even the seat of the
5 My soul hath long dwelt house of David. among them : that are enemies 6 O pray for the peace of unto peace.
Jerusalem : they fall prosper 6 I labour for peace, but that love thee. when I speak unto them there 7 Peace be within thy walls : of: they make them ready to and plenteousness within thy battle.
palaces. Psalm 121. Levavi oculos. 8 For my brethren and comI Will lift up mine eyes unto panions fakes : I will wish thee
the hills : from whence co- prosperity; meth my help.
9 Yea, because of the house 2 My help cometh even from of the Lord our God : I will the Lord : who hath made hea. seek to do thee good. ven and earth.
Psalm 123. Ad te levavi oculos 3 He will not suffer thy foot
TN thee lift I up eth thee will not neep.
4 Behold, he that keepeth est in the heavens. Ifrael : shall neither Number 2 Behold, even as the eyes nor Neep
of servants look unto the hand 5 The Lord himself is thy of their masters, and as the keeper : the Lord is thy de eyes of a maiden unto the hand fence upon thy right hand ; of her mistress : even so our
6 So that the sun shall not eyes wait upon the Lord our burn thee by day : neither the God, until he have mercy upmoon by night.
7 The Lord shall preserve 3 Have mercy upon us, O thee from all evil : yea, it is Lord, have mercy upon us :
for even he that shall keep thy soul. we are utterly despised.
8 The Lord shall preserve 4 Our soul is filled with the thy going out and thy coming fcornful reproof of the wealthy:
and with the despitefulness of with the evil doers, but peace the proud.
shall be upon Israel. Pialm 124. Nisi quia Dominus. Evening Prayer. the Lord himself had not Pram 126. In convertende.
Hen the Lord turned Israel lay : if the Lord himself again the captivity of had not been on our side, when Sion : then were we like unto jen rose up against us;
them that dream. 2 They had swallowed us 2 Then was our mouth filled up quick : when they were so with laughter : and our congue wrathfully displeased at us.
with joy. 3 Yea, the waters had drown 3 Then said they among the ed us : and the stream had gone heathen : the Lord hath done over our soul.
great things for them. 4 The deep waters of the 4 Yea, the Lord hath done proud : had gone even over great things iorus already : our soul.
whereof we rejoyce. s But praised he the Lord : - $Turn our captivity,OLord: who hath not given us over for as the rivers in the south. a prey unto their teeth.
6. They that sow in tears : 6 Our soul is escaped even shall reap in joy, as a bird out of the snare of the 7 He that now goeth on his fowler: the snare is broken, and way weeping, and beareth forth we are delivered.
good reed: Thall doubtless come -7. Our help ftandeth in the again with joy, and bring his Name of the Lord : who hath Theaves with him. made heaven and earth. Psalm 127. Nisi Dominus. Qui .
house : their labour is but the Lord, shall be even as lost that build it. the mount Sión : which may 2 Except the Lord keep the not be removed, but ftandeth city : the watchman waketh faft for ever.
but in vain. 2 The hills stand about fe 3 It is but lost labour that ye rusalem : even so standeth the haite to rise up early, and so Lord round about his people, late take rest, and eat the bread from this time forth for ever- of carefulness: for so he giveth more.
his beloved Neey. 3 For the rod of the ungodly 4 Lo, children and the fruit comech not into the lot of the of the womb : are an heritage righteous : left the righteous and gift that cometh of the put their hand unto wickedness. Lord.
Do well, O Lord : unto s Like as the arrows in the those that are good and true hand of the giant: even fo are of heart.
the young children. 5 As for such as turn back 6 Happy is the man that hath unto their own wickedness : his quiver full of them : they the Lord Niall lead them forth Mall not be ashamed when they