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7 All sheep' and oxen : yea, and the beasts of the field;
8 The fowls of the air, and the fishes of the sea : and whatsoever walketh through the paths' of the seas.
90 | Lord' our | Governour : how excellent is thy | Name' in | all the world!
Day 2. . Morning Prayer.
Psalm IX. Confitebor tibi. T WILL give thanks unto thee, O Lord, with | my 1 whole heart : I will speak of all thy | marvel'. lous / works.
2 I will be glad and rejoice in thee : yea, my songs will I make of thy | Name, O | thou' most Highest.
3 While mine enemies are driven | back : they shall fall and | pe'rish | at thy / presence.
4 For thou hast maintained my right and my cause : thou art set in the throne' that judg'est right.
5 Thou hast rebuked the heathen, and destroyed the' un godly : thou hast put out their name' for ever' and ever.
60 thou enemy, destructions are come to a perspe'tual | end : even as the cities which thou hast destroyed; their memorial' is pe'rished with them.
7 But the Lord shall endure for ever : he hath also prepared his | seat for 1 judgement.
8 For he shall judge the world' in righteousness : and minister true | judgement un to the people.
9 The Lord also will be a defence for the opspressed : even a refuge | in' due time' of trouble.
10 And they that know thy Name will put their trust in | thee : for thou, Lord, hast never | fail'ed | them' that seek thee.
11 O praise the Lord which | dwelleth' in | Sion : shew the peo'ple | of' his doings.
12 For, when he maketh inquisition for blood, he remem'bereth | them : and forgetteth not the complaint - | of the poor.
13 Have mercy upon me, O Lord; consider the trouble which I suffer of them' that hate me : thou that liftest me up | from' the gates' of death.
14 That I may shew all thy praises within the ports of the daughter of Sion : I will rejoice' in / thy' salvation.
15 The heathen are sunk down in the pit | that they made : in the same net which they hid | privily, is | their' foot | taken.
16 The Lord is known to execute | judgement : the ungodly is trapped in the work of his own hands.
17 The wicked shall be turned | in'to | hell : and all the people that forget - | God.
18 For the poor shall not alway be forgotten : the patient abiding of the meek shall not | perish' for ever.
19 Up, Lord, and let not man have the up'per || hand : let the heathen be judgʻed in' thy sight.
20 Put them in fear,'O|Lord : that the heathen may know themselves' to | be' but | men.
Psalm X. Ut quid, Domine ? W HY standest thou so far | off, 0 | Lord : and
hidest thy face in the I need'ful time of trouble ?
2 The ungodly for his own lust doth perse cute the poor : let them be taken in the crafty wiliness that they have' imagined.
3 For the ungodly hath made boast of his own heart's desire : and speaketh good of the covetous, whom God' ab horreth.
4 The ungodly is so proud, that he careth | not for God : neither is God' in / all' his thoughts.
5 His ways are | al'way grievous : thy judgements are far above out of his sight, and therefore de fieth' he | all' his | enemies.
6 For he hath said in his heart, Tush, I shall never be cast | down : there shall no harm hap'pen | un'to me.
7 His mouth is full of cursing, de ceit, and fraud : under his tongue is un god'li ness' and vanity.
8 He sitteth lurking in the thievish corners of the streets : and privily in his lurking dens doth he murder the innocent; his eyes are set a gainst the poor.
9 For he lieth waiting secretly, even as a lion
lurketh he | in' his | den : that he' may | ravish' the poor.
10 He doth | ravish' the poor : when he getteth' him | into his | pet.
11 He falleth down, and humbleth' himself : that the congregation of the poor may fall into the ! hands of his - | captains.
12 He hath said in his heart, Tush, God hath' forgotten : he hideth away his face, and he' will | ne’ver see it.
13 Arise, O Lord God, and lift up' thine | hand : forget - | not the poor.
14 Wherefore should the wicked | blasépheme | God : while he doth say in his heart, Tush, | thou' God carest' not for it.
15 Surely thou' hast seen it : for thou beholdest un god'li ness' and / wrong.
16 That thou mayest take the matter | into' thine | hand : the poor committeth himself unto thee; for thou art the help'er of the friendless.
17 Break thou the power of the ungodly and mallicious : take away his ungodliness, , and thou | shalt find | none.
18 The Lord is King for ever and ever : and the heathen are perished out of the land.
19 Lord, thou hast heard the desire of the poor : thou preparest their heart, and thine earl heark'enseth there to;
20 To help the fatherless and poor un to their right : that the man of the earth be no more exalted against them.
Psalm XI. In Domino confido. TN the Lord put | I'my| trust : how say ye then to I my soul, that she should flee as a | bird' un to' the hill ?
2 For lo, the ungodly bend their bow, and make ready their arrows within' the quiver : that they may privily shoot at them | which' are true' of heart.
3 For the foundations will be cast | down : and what | hath' the righ'teous | done?
4 The Lord is in his hoʻly | temple : the Lord's seat | is' in heaven.
5 His eyes consider the poor : and his eyelids | try the children' of men.
6 The Lord al|loweth' the righteous : but the ungodly, and him that delighteth in wickedness | doth' his soul ab hor.
7 Upon the ungodly he shall rain snares, fire and brimstone, / storm' and tempest : this shall be their portion' to | drink.
8 For the righteous Lord | lov'eth righteousness : his countenance will behold | the thing | that is just.
Day 2. Evening Prayer.
Psalm XII. Salvum me fac. | LTELP me, Lord, for there is not one I godly' man
11 left : for the faithful are minished from almong the children' of men.
2 They talk of vanity every one with his neigh