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Name. Thy Kingdom come. of our lins. Thy property is Thy will be done in Earth, As always to have mercy; io thee it is in Heaven. Give us this only it appertainech to forgive day our daily bread. And for- sins. Spare us therefore, good give us our crespasses, As we Lord, spare thy people whom forgive them that trespass a- thou hast redet med; enter not gainst us. And lead us not in- into judgment with thy ferto temptation ; But deliver us vants, who are vile earth and from evil. Amen.
miserable finners; but fo turn Minster. O Lord, save thy thine anger from us, who meek
iy acknowledge our vileness, Answer. That put their trust and truly repent us of our in thee.
and so make hafte tu Minister. Send unto them help us in this world, that we help from above ;
may ever live with thee in the Anfi. And evermore migh- world to come, through Jesus tily defend theni.
Christ our Lord. Amen. Minister. Help us, O God Then Mall the people say this our Saviour.
that followeth, after the Mi. Answer. And for the glory
nister. of thy Name deliver us; be Urn thou us, O good Lord, merciful to us finners, for thy and so shall we be turned. Names sake.
Be favourable, O Lord, Be fa. Minister. O Lord, hear our vourable to thy people, who prayer.
turn to thee in weeping, fastAnfier. And let our cry ing, and praying. For thoù art come unto thee.
a merciful God, Full of comMinister. Let us pray. pasion, Long-suffering, and of
mercifully hear our pray- we deserve punishment, And ers, and spare all those who in thy wrath thinkest upon confess their fins unto thee, mercy Spare thy people, good that they whose consciences by Lord, spare them, And let not Tin are accused, by thy merci- thine heritage.be brought to ful pardon may be ablolved, confufion. Hear us, O Lord, through Christ
our Lord. for thy mercy is great, And afAmen.
ter the multitude of thy merMost mighty God and cies look upon us, Through the compassion upon all men, and blessed Son Jeftis Chrift' our hareit nothing that thou hast Lord. Amen. made, who wouldst not the a Then the Minister alone shall death of a sinner, but that he rather
He Lord bless us, and keep
the Lord lift up the give us our trespasses ; receive light of his countenance upon and comfort us, who are grieved us, and give us peace now and and wearied with the bunden for evermore. Amen.
and be Taved ; Mercifully for
PSALTER or PSALMS
OF D A VID Pointed as they are to be Sung or Said in Churcho.
Morning Prayer. The First Day. Pfalmı.Beatusvir,qui non abiit. and why do the people imagine
Lessed is the man that a vain thing?
the way of finners : Lord, and against his Anointed. and hath not fat in the seat of 3 Let us break their bonds the scornful.
asunder : and caft away their 2 But his delight is in the cords from us. law of the Lord : and in his 4 He that dwelleth in hea. law will he exercise himself day ven, shall laugh them to scorn: and night.
the Lord fhall have them in de. 3 And he shall be like a tree rision. planted by the water-side: that 5 Then shall he speak unto will bring forth his fruit in due them in his wrath : and vex season.
them in his sore displeasure. 4 His leaf also shall not wi 6 Yet have I set my King : ther : and look whatsoever he upon my holy hill of Sion. doth, it shall prosper.
7 I will preach the law, 5 As for the ungodly, it is whereof the Lord hath said unnot so with them: but they are to me : Thou art my Sun, this like the chaff which the wind day have I begotten thee. fcattereth away from the face 8 Desire of me, and I shall of the earth.
give thee the heathen for thine 6Therefore theungodly shall inheritance : and the utmost not be able to stand in the judg- parts of the earth for thy porment: neither the finners in the Tellion. congregation of the righteous. 9 Thou shalt bruise them
7 But the Lord knoweth the with a rod of iron ; and break way of the righteous : and the them in pieces like a potters way of the ungodly Diall perish. vefsel. Psalm 2. Quare fremuerunt
10 Be wise now therefore,
O ye kings: be learned, ye thać Hy do the heathen so are judges of the earth. furiously rage together : 11 Serve the Lord in fear :
and rejoyce unto him with re. 3 Know this also, that the
Lord hath chosen to himself 12 Kiss the Son, left he be the man that is godly: when I angry, and fo ye perish from ca'l upon the Lord, he will hear the right way : if his wrath be me. kindled (yea, but a little) bles 4 Stand in
and sin not: sed are all they that put their commune with your own heart, trust in him.
and in your chamber and bestill. Psalm 3. Domine, quid multi 5 Offer the sacrifice of righplicati?
teousness: and put your trust Ted that trouble me: many 6 There be many that say : ate they that rise against me. Who will shew us any good? 2 Many one there be that
-7 Lord,lift thou up: the light say of my soul: There is no of thy countenance upon us. help for him in his God. 8 Thou hast put gladness in
3 But thou, O Lord, art my my heart : since the time that defender : thou art my worship, their corn and wine and oyl and the litter up
of head. increased. 4 I did call upon the Lord
9 I will lay me down in with my voice : and he heard peace, and take my reft : for me out of his holy hill.
it is thou, Lord, only, that 5 I laid me down, and Nept, makest me dwell in safety. and rose up again: for the Lord Pfalm 5. Verba mea auribus. sustained me.
consider thousands of the people : that 2 O hearken thou unto the have set chemselves against me voice of my calling, my King, round about.
and my God : for unto thee 7 Up, Lord, and help me will I make my prayer. O my God : for thou smitest
3 My voice shalt thou hear all mine enemies upon the betimes, O Lord : early in the cheek-bone, thou hast broken morning will I direct myprayer the teeth of the ungodly. unto thee, and will look up.
8 Salvation belongech unto 4 For thou art the God that the Lord : and thy blessing is haft no pleasure in wickedness : upon thy people.
neither shall any evil dwell Plakn 4. Cum invocarem. with chee. Ear me
5 Such as be not thou hast set me at liberty test all them that work vanity. when I was in trouble; have 6 Thou shalt destroy them mercy upon ine, and hearken that speak leasing : the Lord unto my prayer.
will abhor both the blood. 2 Oye fons of men,llow long thirsty and deceitful man. will ye blaspheme mine hoa. 7 But as for me, I will come nour: and have such pleasure in into thine house, even upon the vanity, and seek after leasing? multitude of thy mercy; andin
Hodnot my righteouincis: stand in the highe for thou had
17. And let all them that put O hard my God, in thee
thy fear will I worship toward and water my couch with my thy holy temple.
Š Lead me, O Lord, in thy 7 My beauty is gone for very righteousness, because of mine trouble : and worn away beenemies : make thy way plain cause of all mine enemies. before my face.
8 Away from me, all ye 9. For there is no faithfulness that work vanity: for the Lord in his mouth : their inward hath heard the voice of my parts are very wickedness.
weeping. 10 Their throat is an open 9 The Lord hath heard my sepulchre : they flatter with petition : the Lord will receive their tongue.
my prayer. 11 Destroy thou them, O 10 All mine enemies shall be God, let them perish through confounded, and fore vexed : their own imaginations : cast they shall be turned back, and them out in the multitude of put to fame suddenly. their ungodliness ; for they Psalm 7. Domine, Deus meus. have rebelled against thee.
have I put my trust: save their trust in thee rejoyce : me from all them that persethey shall ever be giving of cute me, and deliver me ;. thanks, because thou defendest 2 Left he devour my soullike them; they that love thyName, a lion, and tear it in pieces : shall be joyful in thee; while there is none to help.
13 For thou, Lord, wilt give 3 O Lord my God, if I have thy blessing unto the righte- done any such thing : or if ous : and with thy favourable there be any wickedness in my kindness wilt thou defend him hands; as with a Thield.
4 If I have rewarded evil Evening Prayer. unto him that dealt friendly Psalm 6. Domine, ne. with me : yea, I have deliver.
thine indignation:neither is mine enemy; chaften me in thy displeasure. s Then let mine enemy per
2 Have mercy upon me, O secute my soul, and take me : Lord, for I am weak : O Lord, yea, let him tread my life down heal me, for my bones are vexed upon the earth, and lay mine
3. My soul also is fore trou- honour in the duft. bled : but, Lord, how long 6 Stand up, O Lord, in thy wilt thou punish me? wrath, and lift up thy self, be
4 Turn thee, O Lord, and cause of the indignation of mine deliver my soul : O save me enemies : arise up for me in for thy mercies fake.
the judgment that thou haft 5 For in death no man re. commanded. membreth thee : and who will 7 And so Thall the congregagive thee thanks in the pit ? tion of the people come about
6 I am weary of my groning, thee : for their fakes therefore every night wash I my bed : lift up thy self again.
O any cause
The Lord shall judge the ordained strength, because of people ; give sentence with me, thine enemies : that thou O Lord : according to my righ- mightít still the enemy and teousness, and according to the the avenger. innocency that is in me. 3 For I will consider thy hea
90. let the wickedness of vens, even the works of thy the ungodly come to an end : fingers: the moon and the stars but guide thou the juft. which thou hast ordained.
10 For the righteous God : 4 What is nian, that thou art trieth the very hearts and réins, mindful of him: and the son of
11 My help cometh of God: man, that thou visitest him? who preferveth them that are 5 Thou madeft him lower true of heart.
than the angels : to crown him 12 God is a righteous judge, with glory and worship. strong and patient : and God is 6 Thou makest him to have provoked every day.
dominion of the works of thy 13 If a mari will not tirn, he hands : and thou hast put all will whet his sword: he hath things in subjection under his bent his bow, and made it rea- feet ; dy.
7 All sheep and oxen : yea, 14. He hath prepared for and the beasts of the field ; him the instruments of death : 8 The fowls of the air, and he ordaineth his arrows against the fishes of the sea : and whatthe persecuters.
foever walketh through the 15 Behold, he travaileth paths of the seas. with mischief: he hath concei 9 0 Lord our Governor : ved forrow, and brought forth how excellent is thy Name in ungodliness.
all the world! 16 He hath graven and dig. ged up a pit : and is fallen him Morning Prayer. felf into the destruction that Psalm 9. Confitebor tibi. he made for other.
Will give thanks unto thee, 17 For his travail shall conie upon his own head : and his heart : I will speak of all thy wickedness shall fall on his marvellous works. own pate.
2 I will be glad and rejoyce 18 I will give thanks uinto the in thee : yea, my lungs will'I Lord, according to his righte- make of thy Name, O thou ousness: and I will praise the most Higheft. Name of the Lord moft Higli. 3 While mine enemies are Pfalm 8. Domine, Dominus no- driven back: they Mail failand fter.
perislı at thy presence. Lord our Governor, how 4 For thou hast maintained all the world : thou that haft art set in the throne chat judgset thy glory above the heavens! eit right. 2 Out of the mouth of very
5 Thon haft rebuked the babes and sucklings halt thou heathen, and destroyed the un