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smitten : and they talk how they may vex | them' whom | thou' hast | wounded.
28 Let them fall from one wickedness | to' an-|| other : and not come in to thy | righteousness.
29 Let them be wiped out of the book of the living : and not be written' among the righteous.
30 As for me, when I am poor , and in heaviness : thy help, O God, shall | lift' me | up.
31 I will praise the Name of God with’a | song: and magnify' it with thanksgiving.
32 This also shall | please the Lord : better than a bullock | that hath | horns' and hoofs.
33 The humble shall consider this, and be glad : seek ye after God, and your souľ shall | live.
34 For the Lord | heareth’ the poor : and de-| spis'eth | not his | prisoners.
35 Let heaven and earth' praise him : the sea, and all that moveth” therein.
36 For God will save Sion, and build the cities' of Judah : that men may dwell there, and have it | in' possession.
37 The posterity also of his servants shall' in-|| herit it : and they that love his Name shall dwell theresin.
Psalm LXX. Deus in adjutorium. ASTE thee, O God, to desli'ver | me : make II haste to help' me, 10- | Lord.
2 Let them be ashamed and confounded that seek | after my soul : let them be turned backward and put to confusion' that | wish' me | evil.
3 Let them for their reward be soon brought to | shame : that cry | o'ver | me,' There, / there.
4 But let all those that seek thee be joyful and glad' in | thee : and let all such as delight in thy salvation say | alway,' The Lord' be praised.
5 As for me, I am poor , and in misery : haste thee / un'to | me,' 0 | God.
6 Thou art my helper, and my redeemer : 0 Lord, make | no' long | tarrying.
5 As // alway, The all such as
Day 14. Morning Prayer.
Psalm LXXI. In te, Domine, speravi. TN thee, O Lord, have I put my trust, let me never I be put to" con fusion : but rid me, and deliver me, in thy righteousness ; incline thine ear | un'to | me,' and save me.
2 Be thou my strong hold, whereunto I may 1 alway' ressort : thou hast promised to help me, for thou art my | house of defence,' and my castle.
3 Deliver me, O my God, out of the hand of || the' un godly : out of the hand of the un righteous' and cru'el | man.
4 For thou, O Lord God, art the thing that' I | long for : thou art my hope, e'ven | from' my | youth.
5 Through thee have I been holden up ever since | l' was born : thou art he that took me out of my mother's womb; my praise | shall be always' of thee.
6 I am become as it were a monster | un'to many : but my sure' trust | is' in | thee.
7 O let my mouth be filled | with thy | praise : that I may sing of thy glory and honour | all the day - | long.
8 Cast me not away in the time of age : forsake me | not' when | my' strength | faileth me.
9 For mine enemies speak against me, and they that lay wait for my soul take their counsel to ge'ther, | saying : God hath forsaken him ; persecute him, and take him, for there is' noneto' deliver him.
10 Go not far from me, o God: my | God, haste | thee' to help me.
11 Let them be confounded and perish that are algainst my | soul : let them be covered with shame and dishonour that seek' to do' me evil.
12 As for me, I will patiently a bide' al way : and will praise' thee more and more.
13 My mouth shall daily speak of thy righteousness and salvation : for I know no end' there of.
14 I will go forth in the strength of the Lord | God : and will make mention of thy' right|eous'ness only.
15 Thou, O God, hast taught me from my youth up | un'til now : therefore will I tell of thy won'drous | works.
16 Forsake me not, O God, in mine old age, when I | am' gray- headed : until I have shewed thy strength unto this generation, and thy power to all them that are yet' for to come.
17 Thy righteousness, O God, is | very high : and great things are they that thou hast done ; O God, who' is | like' unto | thee?
18 O what great troubles and adversities hast thou shewed me ! and yet didst thou turn | and re-| fresh me : yea, and broughtest me from the deep | of the earth' algain.
19 Thou hast brought me to great | honour : and comforted | me on | eve'ry | side.
- 20 Therefore will I praise thee and thy faithful. ness, O God, playing upon an | instrument of musick : unto thee will I sing upon the harp, O thou | Hoʻly | One of Israel.
21 My lips will be fain when I sing | un'to thee : and so will my soul | whom' thou hast delivered.
22 My tongue also shall talk of thy righteousness | all the day | long : for they are confounded and brought unto shame that seek' to do' me evil.
Psalm LXXII. Deus, judicium. MIVE the King thy | judgements,' 0 | God : and U thy righteousness un'to the King's | son.
2 Then shall he judge thy people according | un'to | right : and|-' defend the poor.
3 The mountains also shall bring | peace : and the little hills | righteous'ness | unto' the people.
4 He shall keep the simple folk | by' their | right : defend the children of the poor, and | pun'ish | the' wrongdoer,
5 They shall fear thee, as long as the sun and |
moon' endureth : from one gene|ra'tion | to' another.
6 He shall come down like the rain into al fleece of wool : even as the | drops' that / water' the earth.
7 In his time shall the righteous | flourish : yea, and abundance of peace, so long as the || moon' en dureth.
8 His dominion shall be also from the one sea to the other : and from the flood | un’to | the world's / end.
9 They that dwell in the wilderness shall kneel before him : his enemies' shall | lick' the dust.
10 The kings of Tharsis and of the isles shall' give presents : the kings of Arabia and Sa'ba shall bring | gifts.
11 All kings shall fall | down' before him : all nations' shall | do' him service.
12 For he shall deliver the poor when he crieth : the needy also, and him that hath no i helper.
13 He shall be favourable to the simple and needy : and shall preserve the souls' of the poor.
14 He shall deliver their souls from falsehood' and | wrong : and dear shall their | blood' be | in' his sight.
15 He shall live, and unto him shall be given of the gold of' Asrabia : prayer shall be made ever unto | him, and daily' shall | he' be praised.
16 There shall be an heap of corn in the earth,