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2399 and said : Fie on thee, fie on thee, we saw -with -- our eyes.

22 This thou hast -- seen, | 0 --- Lord : hold not thy tongue then, go not { far

0 Lord.

23 Awake, and stand up to - judge | myquarrel : avenge thou my cause, { my God, and

Lord. 24 Judge me, O Lord my God, according to : thy right | eous--ness : and let them not į tri-umph | 0---ver me.

25 Let them not say in their hearts, There, there, so would --- we have it : neither let them say, We have --- de vour---ed him.

26 Let them be put to confusion and shame together, that rejoice at --- my | trou---ble ; let them be clothed with rebuke and dishonour, that boast them---selves a--gainst me.

27 Let them be glad and rejoice, that favour my right---eous deal---ing : yea, let them say alway, Blessed be the Lord, who hath pleasure in the prosperity -- of his --- servant.

28 And as for my tongue, it shall be talking of thy righteous-·-ness : and of thy praise all the day long.

GLORY BE TO THE FATHER, AND --- TO | THE --Son : AND { TO --- THE | Ho-'-LY GHOST;

As IT WAS IN THE BEGINNING, IS NOW, AND E---VER | SHALL --- BE : WORLD { WITH-:-OUT | END. AMEN.

PSALM XXXVI. Dixit injustus.

his eyes.

My heart sheweth, me the wickedness of the --

ungod-'-ly : that there is no fear of į God before

2 For he flattereth himself in -- his own --sight : until his abomina {ble -- sin be found out.

3 The words of his mouth are unrighteous, and : full of de---ceit : he hath left off to behave himself wise{ly, --- and to --- do good.

4 He imagineth mischief upon his bed, and hath set himself in -- no good

way : neither doth he abhor any thing -- that is evil.

5 Thy mercy, O Lord, reachethun---to the -heavens : and thy faithfulness -- un | to the clouds.

6 Thy righteousness standeth like the --- strong moun---tains : thy judgements { are --- like the great deep.

7 Thou, Lord, shalt save both man and beast ; How excellent is thy: mer-:-cy, | 0 -- God : and the children of men shall put their trust under the } sha---dow of -- thy wings.

8 They shall be satisfied with the plenteous : ness -- of | thy --- house : and thou shalt give them drink of thy pleasures, as { out of the

river. 9 For with thee is : the well of life : and in thy { light --- shall we --- see 'light.

*10 o continue forth thy loving-kindness unto them that | know --- thee : and thy righteousness unto them that --- are true of heart.

11 0 let not the foot of pride ; come --- against

me : and let not the hand of the un{god---ly | cast --- me down.

12 There are they fallen, all that work -wick | ed---ness : they are cast down, and shall not } be --- a ble to stand.

GLORY BE TO THE FATHER, ; AND -- TO | THE -Son ; AND { TO --- THE | Ho--Ly Ghost;

IN THE BEGINNING, IS NOW, AND E---VER | SHALL --- BE : WORLD { WITH---OUT | END. AMEN.

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Day VII. Evening Prayer.

PSALM XXXVII. Noli æmulari.

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RET not thyself because of : the --- un | god---ly :

neither be thou envious a{gainst the | e--vildoers.

2 For they shall soon be cut down -- like the --- grass : and be withered e{ven --- as the

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3 Put thou thy trust in the Lord, and be do|ing -- good : dwell in the land, and veri{ly thou shalt be fed.

4 Delight thou -- in the Lord : and he shall give { thee -- thy heart's -- desire.

5 Commit thy way unto the Lord, and put : thy -- trust | in him ; and he shall bring

it - to pass.

6 He shall make thy righteousness as clear as the --- light : and thy just deal {ing -- as the -- noon-day

7 Hold thee still in the Lord, and abide patient:ly -- upon -- him : but grieve not thyself at him, whose way doth prosper, against the man that doeth } af-'-tere---vil counsels.

8 Leave off from wrath, and let : go dis | plea--sure : fret not thyself, else shalt thou be moved to dozevil, 9 Wicked doers shall be rooted

out : and they that patiently abide the Lord, those shall

in | herit -- the land.

10 Yet a little while, and the ungodly shall --be clean gone : thou shalt look after his place, and { he shall be · away.

11 But the meek-spirited shall pos---sess the -earth : and shall be refreshed in the { mul-:-ti | tude

of peace.

12 The ungodly seeketh counsel a--gainst | the -- just : and gnasheth up on him with his teeth.

13 The Lord shall : laugh -- him I to --- scorn : for he hath seen that { his day is coming

14 The ungodly have drawn out the sword, and : have --- bent their - bow : to cast down the poor and needy, and to slay such as are of { a -- right | con-'-versation. 15 Their sword shall go : through

their own heart : and their { bow -- shall be broken.

16 A small thing that : the -- right | eous -- hath ; is better than great riches of the | un-'godly

17 For the arms of the ungodly : shall -- be bro---ken : and the Lord up hold---eth | the --- rightthe 1

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18 The Lord knoweth the days of god---ly : and their inheritance { shail -- endure

for ever.

19 They shall not be confounded in the pe-'ri | lous

time : and in the days of dearth { they shall have -'- enough.

20 As for the ungodly, they shall perish ; and the enemies of the Lord shall consume as the of -- lambs : yea, even as the smoke, shall { they con | sume --- away.

21 The ungodly borroweth, and payeth -- not ! a-'-gain : but the righteous is merci{ful, -- and i li-:-beral. 22 Such as are blessed of God shall :

pos---sess the land : and they that are cursed of him { shall

be | root-:-ed out.

23 The Lord ordereth a good -- man's | go-'ing : and maketh his way accepta--ble to ---himself. 24 Though he fall, he shall not be

cast a-'-way : for the Lord up holdeth him with -his hand.

25 I have been young, and -:- now | am --and yet saw I never the righteous forsaken, nor his seed - begging --- their bread.

26 The righteous is ever merci : ful, lend---eth : and } his --- seed is --- blessed.

27 Flee from evil, and do the thing is --- good : and { dwell for e---vermore.

28 For the Lord loveth the thing that | is right : he forsaketh not his that be godly, but they are preserv-'-ed | for -- ever.

29 The unrighteous shall : be --- punish--ed :

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