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40 And lie gave them over into 5 Hungry and thirsty, their the land of the heathen; and they soul fainted in them. that hated them were lords over 6 So they cried unto the Lord ibem.
in their trouble, and he delivered 41 Their enernies oppressed them from their distress. them, and had them in subjec. ? He led thein forth by the
right way, that thicy might go to 12 Many a time did lie deliver the city were they dweli. them; but they rebelled againsi 8 U that men would therefore him with their own inventions, praise the Lord for his goudness; and were brought down in their and declare the wonders that lie. wickedness.
doeth for the children of men' 43 Nevertheless, wlien lie saw 9 For he satisfieth the empty their adversity, he heard their soul, and filleth the lungry soul complaint.
with goodness: 44 He thought upon his cove. 10 Such as sit in darkness and nant, and pitied them, according in the shadow of death, being fast mto the multitude of his mer- bound in misery and iron; cies; yea, he made all those that 11 Because they rebelled against led them away captive to piiy the words of the Lord, and lightly them.
regarded the counsel of the Most 45 Deliver us, O Lord our God. Highest. and gatlier us from among the 12. He also brought down their beathen; that we may give thanks heart througla heaviness; tlrey fell unto thy holy name, and make down, and there was none loueir our boast of thy praise.
thesi. 46 Biessed be the Lord God of! 13 So when they cried unto Israel, from everlasting, and world the Lord in their trouble, he dewithout cod; and let all the peo- livered them out of their distress, ple say, Amen.
14 For be brought them out of
darkness, and out of the shadow The twerly-second Day. of death, and break their boads
MORNING PRAYER. in sunder. Psalm 107. Confitemine Domino. 15 0 that men would thereO Give thanks to the Lord; fore praise the Lord for his good
for be is gracious, and bis ness; and declare the wonders mercy endureth for ever. that he doeth for the children of
2 Let them give thanks, whom men! the Lord hath redeemed, and 16 For he hath broken this delivered from the land of the gates of brass, and smilten the enemy;
bars of iron in sunder. 3 And gathered then out of the 17 Foolish men are plagued for lands, from the east, and froin the their oilence, and because of their west ; froin the north, and froin wickedness. the south.
13 Their soulabloried all manThey went astray in the wil-iner of meal, and they were erru derness out of the way, and found hard at death's door No city to dwell ia
19 So wbua they cround onio
the Lord in their trouble, he de- 33 Who turneth the finods into livered them out of their distress. a wilderness, and drieth up the
20 Hesent his word, and healed water-springs. them; and they were saved from 34 A fruitful land maketh he their destruction.
barren, for the wickedness of 21 O that men would therefore them that dwell therein. praise the Lord for his goodness ;. 35Again he maketh the wil. and declare the wonders that he derness a standing water, and doeth for the children of men ! water-springs of a dry ground.
22 That they would offer unto 36 And there he setteth the him the sacrifice of thanksgiving, hungry, that they may build them and tell out his works with glad, a city to dwell in; ness!
37 That they may sow their 23 They that go down to the land, and plant vineyards, to yield sca in ships, and occupy their them fruits of increase. business in great waters;
38 He blesseth them, so that 24 These men see the works of they multiply exceedingly; and The Lord, and his wonders in the suffereth not their cattle to de deep.
25 For at his word the stormy 39 And again, when they are wind ariseth, which lifteth up the minished and broughllow through waves thereof.
oppression, through any plague or 26 They are carried up to the trouble ; heaven, and down again to the SO Though he suffer them to deep; their soul melteth away be evil-entreated through tyrants, because of the trouble.
and let them wander out of the 27 They wel to and fro, and way in the wilderness; stagger like a drunken man, and 41 Yet helpeth he the poor out are at their wit's end.
of misery, and maketh him house 28 So when they cry into the holds like a flock of sheep. Lord in their trouble, he deliver
42 The righteous will consider eth them out of their distress.
this, and rejoice; and the month 29 For he maketh the storm of all wickedness shall be stopto cease, so that the waves there. ped. of are still
43 Whoso is wise, will ponder 30 Then are they glad, because these things; and they shall unthey are at rest ; and so he bring. derstand the loving-kindness of eth them unto the haven where the Lord. they would be.
EVENING PRAYER. 31 O that men would therefore praise the Lord for his good
Psalm 108. Paratum cor meum. ness; and declare the wonders O God, my heart is ready.m that he doeth for the children of heart is ready ; I will cing, men!
and give praise with the best 32 That they would exalt bim member that I have. ulso in the congregation of the 2 Awake, thou lute and Barp; people, and praise him in the seat I myself will awake right early, of the elders!
3' I will give thanks unto thea
O Lord, among the people; ! 4. Thushave they rewardes me will sing praises unto thee among evil for good, and hatred for my the nations.
good-will. 4 For tly mercy is greater 5 Set thou an ungodly man to than the heavens, and thy truth be ruler over him, and let Satan reachech unto the clouds. stand at his right hand. 5 Sei up thyself, o God, above
6 When sentence is given upon the heavens, and tiny glory above bim, Ict him be condemned ; and all the earth,
let his prayer be turned into sin. 6 That thiy heloved may he de: 7 Let his days be few, and let livered : let thy right hand save another take his office. them, and hear thou me.
8 Lethis childrer; befatberless, 7 God hath spoken in his holi- and his wife a widow. ness; I will rejoice therefore, 9 Let his children ve vagaand divide Sichein, and mele ont bonds, and beg their bread : let the valley of Succoth.
them seek it also out or desolate 8 Gilead is mine, and Manas-places. ses is mine ; Epliraim also is the 10 Let the extortioner consume strength of my bead;
all that he hath; and let the stran 9 Juda is my law.giver; Moab ger spoil his labour. is my wash.pot; over Edom will 11 Let there be no man to pity I cast out myslive; upon Philistia liim, nor to have compassion upon will I triun.ph.
This fatherless children. 10 Who will lead me into the 12 Let his posterity be destroy.. strong city ? and who will bring ed; and in the next generation we into Edom?
let his name be clean put out. 11 Hast not thon forsaken u3, 13 Let the wickedness of his O God ? and will not thou, O God, fathers be had in remembrance in go forth with our hosts? the sight of the Lord, and lei not
12 O help us against the cne- the sin of his motherbe donc away. my; for vain is the help of man. 14 Let them alway be before
13 Through God we shall dolthe Lord, that he may rooi out great acis; and it is he that shall the memorial of them from off (read down our enemies. the earth ; Psalna 109. Deus laudum.
!5 And that, because his mind HOLD not thy tongue, o God was not to do good ; out perse
of my praise ; for the mouthlcuted the poor helpless man, that of the ungodly, yea, the mouth of he rnight slay him that was vezed the deceitful is opened upon me. at the heart.
2 And they havespoken against 16 His delight was in cursing, me with false tongues ; they com-jand it shall happen unto him; passed me about also with words he loved not blessing, therefore of hatred, and fought against ine shall it he far from him. without a cailse.
17 He clothed himself with 3 For the love that I had unto cursing like as with a rainent them, lo, they take now my con- and it shall come into his bowelt wary part; hut I give myseif uuto like water. and like oil into bin
18 Let it be unto him as thejuntil I make thine enemies thy cioak that be bath upon him, and footstool. as the girdle that he is always 2 The Lord shall send the rod girded withai.
of thy power out of Sion; be 19 Let it thus happen from the thou ruler even in the midst Lord unto mine enemies, and to among thine enemies. those that speak cvil againsi my; 3 In the day of thy power shall soul.
the people offer thee free-will 20 But deal thou with me, Ofofferings with an holy Wurship: Lord God according unto thy the dew of thy birth is of the name ; for sweet is thy mercy.. womb of the morning.
21 O deliver me, forlam belp- 4 The Lord sware, and will less and poor, and my heart is not repent, Thou art a Priest for wounded within me.
ever after the order of Melchise. 22 I go bcnce like the sliadow dech. that durartetl}, and am driven 5 The Lord upon thy right away as the grasshopper. hand shall wound even kings, in
23 My knees are weak through the day of his wrath. fasting; my Desh is dried up for 6 He shall judge among the want or fatuess.
heathen; he shali fili the places 24 I became also a reproach with the dead bodies, and smite unto them : they that looked up-lin sunder the heads over divers op me shaked their heads. countries. 25 Help ine, O Lord my God;! 7 He shall drink of the brook
save me, according to thy in the way; therefore shall he mercy
Hift up his head. 26 And they shall know how Psalm 111. Confitebor tibi. that this is thy liand, and that I will give thanks unto the Lord thou, Lord, hast done it.
wiih my whole heart, secretly 27 Though they curse, yet among the faithful, and in the bless thou, and let them be con- congregation. founded that rise up against mc;
2 The works of the Lord are but let thy servant rejoice. great, sought out of all them that
23 Let mine adversaries behiave pleasure therein. clothed with shame, ard let them 3 His work is worthy to be cover theniselves with their own praised and had in honour, and confusion, as with a cloak. his righteousness endureth for
29 As for me, I will give great ever. thanks unto the Lord with my 4. The merciful and gracious mouth, and praise him among the Lord bath so done his marvellocs multitude:
works, that they ought to be had 30 For lie shall stand at the in remembrance. right hand of the poor, to save his ö He hath given meat unto soul from unrighteous judges.
them that fear him; he shall ever
be mindful of his covenant. The twenty-third Day.
6 He hath showed his people MORNING PRAYER,
Psalm 110. Dixi: Dominus. the power of his works, that de THE Lord said unto my Lord, may give them the heritage of
Sit thou on my right l:anil. 'the heathen.
7 The works of bis hands are sume away; the desire of the uaverity and judgment; all his com-godly shall perish. mandments are true.
Psalm 113. Laudate, pueri. 8 They stand fast for ever and PRAISE the Lord. ye servants; ever, and are done in truth and
O praise the name of the equity.
Lord. 9 He sent redemption unto his 2 Blessed be the narpe of the people ; he hath commanded bis Lord, from this time forth for covenant for ever; holy and re-evermore. verend his name.
3 The Lord's name is praised, 10 The fear of the Lord is the from the rising up of the sun, beginning of wisdom; a good un- unto the going down of the derstanding have all they that do same. thereafter; the praise of it en- 4 The Lord is high above all dureth for ever.
heathen, and his glory above the Psalın 112. Beatus vir.
heavens. BLESSED is the man that sear- 5 Who is like unto the Lord
eth the Lord; he hath great our God, that bath his dwelling delight is his commandmenis. so high, and yet bumbleth him.
2 His seed shall be mighty upon self to behold the things that are earth; the generation of the faith-in heaven and earth? ful shall be blessed.
6 He taketh up the simple out 3 Riches and plenteousness shall of the dust, and lifteth the poor be in his bouse; and his righteout of the mire; ousness endureth for ever.
7 That be inay set him with 4 Unto the godly there ariseth the princes, even with the princes up light in the darkness; he is of his people. mercisul, loving, and righteous. 8 He maketh the barren wo
5 A good man is merciful, and man to keep house, and to be a lendeth, and will guide his words joyful mother of children. with discretion;
EVENING PRAYER. 6 For he shall never be moved:
Psalm 114. In exitu Israel. and the righteous shall be bad in WHEN Israel, came out of everlasting remembrance.
Egypt, and the house of Ja. 7 He will not be afraid of any cob from among the strange peoevil tidings; for his heart standeth ple, fast, and believeth in the Lord. 2 Juda was his sanctuary, and
& His beart is stablished, and Israel his dominion. will not shrink, until he see his 3 The sea saw that, and filed; desire upon his enemies. Jordan was driven back.
9 He hath dispersed abroad, 4 The mountains skipped like and given to the poor, and bis rams, and the little hills like righteousness remaineth for ever; young sheep. his horn shall be exalted with 5 What aileth thee, O Lou honour.
that thou fleddest? and thoa 10 The ungodly shall see it, Jordan, that thou wust driven and it shall grieve him ; be shali back? gnash with his teeth, and con- 6 Ye mountains, that ye skin,