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Justus es, Domine. DIGHTEOUS art | thou,' 0 | Lord : and true - | I is' thy | judgement.

138 The testimonies that thou hasť commanded : are exceeding | righteous' and true..

139 My zeal hath | even' consumed me : because mine enemies have' for gotten' thy | words.

140 Thy word is tried | to' the uttermost : and thy ser'vant | lov'eth | it.

141 I am small, and of no | re'pustation : yet do I not forget thy' com mandments.

142 Thy righteousness is an ever|last'ing | righteousness : and | thy' law | is' the truth.

143 Trouble and heaviness have taken | hold up on me : yet is my delight in | thy' commandments.

144 The righteousness of thy testimonies is | ev'er lasting : 0 grant me understanding,' and shall | live.

DAY 26. Evening Prayer.

Clamavi in toto corde meo. | CALL with my whole heart : hear me, O 1 Lord, I will keep' thy statutes.

146 Yea, even unto thee | do I call : help me, and | l’ shall | keep' thy | testimonies.

147 Early in the morning do I cry | un'to | thee : for in | thy' word | is' my trust.

148 Mine eyes prevent the night-watches : that I might be occu'pied | in' thy words.

149 Hear my voice, O Lord, according unto thy | lov'ing-/kindness : quicken me, according' as | thou' art | wont.

150 They draw nigh that of malice | per’se cute me : and are far from thy law.

151 Be thou nigh at hand,' 0 | Lord : for all || thy' com mandments' are | true.

152 As concerning thy testimonies, I have known' long | since : that thou hast | ground'ed | them' for 1 ever.

Vide humilitatem. CONSIDER mine adversity, / and desliver me : for I do not forget thy | law.

154 Avenge thou my cause, | and deliver me : quicken me, accord'ing | to' thy | word.

155 Health is far from the un|godly : for | they' regard not thy | statutes.

156 Great is thy | mercy,' 0 | Lord : quicken | me,' as thou' art | wont.

157 Many there are that trouble me, and per'se cute me : yet do I not | swerve - | from' thy | testimonies.

158 It grieveth me when I see the transgressors : because they' keep | not thy | law.

159 Consider, O Lord, how I love | thy' com-|| mandments : 0 quicken me, according | to thy i lov'ing-kindness.

160 Thy word is true from ev'er|lasting : all the judgements of thy righteousness en|dure' for ev'er-| more,

Principes persecuti sunt. DRINCES have persecuted me with out a | cause : 1 but my heart standeth | in' awe of thy | word.

162 I am as glad of thy | word : as one that || findeth' great spoils.

163 As for lies, I hate | and abshor them : but || thy' law | do' I | love.

164 Seven times a day | do' I | praise thee : because of thy | righteous judgements.

165 Great is the peace that they have who love' thy | law : and they are | not offended | at it.

166 Lord, I have looked for thy sav'ing health : and done af'ter | thy' commandments.

167 My soul hath | kept thy | testimonies : and lov'ed | them' exceedingly.

168 I have kept thy commandments and testimonies : for all | my' ways | are' before thee.

Appropinquet deprecatio. T ET my complaint come before thee,' O Lord : u give me understanding, according to thy | word.

170 Let my supplication | come before thee : deliver me, accord'ing | to' thy | word.

171 My lips shall speak of thy praise : when thou | hasť taught | mé' thy | statutes.

172 Yea, my tongue shall sing of thy | word : for all thy' commandments are righteous.

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Day 27. Morning Prayer.

Psalm CXX. Ad Dominum. W HEN I was in trouble I called up on' the Lord : W and -- he - | heard me.

2 Deliver my soul, O Lord, from | ly’ing | lips : and from | a' de ceitful | tongue.

3 What reward shall be given or done unto thee, || thou' false tongue : even mighty and sharp arrows, with hot | burn'ing coals.

4 Woe is me, that I am constrained to dwell' with | Mesech : and to have my habitation among' the | tents of Kedar.

5 My soul hath long | dwelt a'mong them : that are | ene'mies | un'to | peace.

6 I labour for peace, but when I speak unto | hem there of : they make them ready to ||

battle.

Psalm CXXI. Levavi oculos. I WILL lift up mine eyes un to the hills : from 1 whence' comseth' my | help.

2 My help cometh even | from the Lord : who | hath' made heaven' and earth.

3 He will not suffer thy foot to be moved : and he that keepeth' thee will not sleep.

4 Behold he that keep'eth | Israel : shall | nei'ther | slumber' nor | sleep.

5 The Lord himself į is' thy | keeper : the Lord is thy defence | up'on | thy' right | hand ;

6 So that the sun shall not burn | thee' by | day : neisther the moon' by | night.

7 The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil : yea, it is even he that shall keep thy soul.

8 The Lord shall preserve thy going out, and thy | com’ing lin : from this time forth' for | ev'er-| more.

Psalm CXXII. Lætatus sum. T WAS glad when they said unto me : We will I go into the house - | of the Lord.

2 Our feet shall stand | in' thy I gates : 01-'Je-l ru'sallem.

3 Jerusalem is built | as a city : that is at || uni'ty | in' it self.

4 For thither the tribes go up, even the tribes of the Lord : to testify unto Israel, to give thanks unto | the Name of the Lord.

5 For there is the seat of judgement : even the seat of the house of | David.

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