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City 4. Which have faid, With our tongue will we prevail :

4 The Lord is in his holy temple: the Lords seat is in heaven.

5 His eyes consider the poor : and his eye-lids try the

children of men. ndi 6 The Lord alloweth the righteous : but the ungod- ly and him that delighteth in wickedness doth his soul abhor.

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 loveth righteousness: his countenance will behold the thing that is just.

Evening Prayer.

Salvum me fac. Pfal. 12. Elp me, Lord, for there is not one godly man . left : for the faithful are minished from among the children of men.

2 They talk of vanity every one with his neighbour: they do but flatter with their lips and dillemble in their

double heart. med 3 'The Lord shall root out all deceitful lips, and the

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5 Now for the comfortless troubles sake of the needy: and because of the deep sighing of the poor ;. 6 I will up, faith the Lord : and will help every one from him that fwelleth against him, and will set him at reft.

7. The words of the Lord are pure words : even as the silver, which froin the earth is tried, and purified seven times.in the fire.

8 Thou shalt keep them, O Lord : thou shalt preserve him from this generation for ever. 9

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Vsque quo, Domine. Pfal. 13.
Ow long wilt thou forget me, O Lord for ever :

how long wilt thou hide thy face from me ? 2 How long Thall I seek counsel in my soul, and be so vexed in my heart: how long shall mine enemies triumph over me?

3 Consider and hear me, O Lord my God: lighten mine eyes that I sleep not in death.

4. Lest inine enemy say, I have prevailed against him: for if I be cast downl, they that trouble me will rejoyce

5 But my trust is inthy mercy : and my heart is joyful in thy salvation.

6 [will sing of the Lord, because he hath dealt fo lovingly with me : yea, I will praise the name of the Lord most highest.

Dixit insipiens. Pfal. 14. He fool hath said in his heart : There is no God. THE

2 They are corrupt,and become abominable in their doings: there is none that doeth-good, no not one.

3 The Lord looked down from heaven upon the children of men: to see if there were any that would understand and seek after God.

4 But they are all gone out of the way, they are altogether become abominable: there is none that doeth good, no not one. 5 Their throat is an open fepulchre with their tongues have they deceived: the poyson of asps is under their lips.

6 Their mouth is full of cursing and bitterness : their feet are swift to shed bloud.

7Destruction and unhappiness is in their ways and the way of peace have they not known : there is no fear of God before their eyes.

8 Have they no knowledge, that they are all such workers of mischief : eating up my people as it were bread, and call not upon the Lord ?

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9 There were they brought in great fear, even where for x ho fear was: for God is in the generation of the righme teous. anda 10 As for you, ye have made a mock at the counsel of emis: the poor: because he putteth his trust in the Lord.

11 Who shall give salvation unto Israel out of Sion? When the Lord turneth the captivity of his people:then hall Jacob rejoyce, and Israel shall be glad.

Morning Prayer.

Domine, quis habit abit? Pfal. 15. Lored whorhall dwellinthy tabernacle? or who shall

2 Even he that leadeth an uncorrupt life:and doeth the It folthing which is right, and fpeaketh the truth from his ftkL heart.

3 He that hath used no deceit in his tongue, nor done evil to his neighbour : and hath not slandered his no Gneighbour. bleic 4 He that fetteth not by himself, but is lowly in his own otone eyes: and maketh much of them, that fear the Lord. in thed $He that sweareth unto his neighbour and disappointvrouli feth him not: though it were to his own hindrance.

6 He that hath not given his money upon usury: nor taken reward against the innocent. har du 7 Whoso doeth these things : shall never fall.

Conserva me, Domine. Pfal. 16.
Reserve me, God: for in thee have I put my trust.

2 O my soul, thou hast faid unto the Lord:Thou art my God, my goods are nothing unto thee. :: 3All my delight is upon the saints that are in the earth: and upon such as excel in vertue. .

$ Their drink-offerings of bloud will I not offer: neither make mention of their names within my lips. 6The Lord himself is the portion of mine inheritance, and of my cup: thou shalt maintain

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I have a goodly heritage.

8 I will thank the Lord for giving me warning: my reins also chasten me in the night-leason.

9 I have set God always before me: for he is on my right hand, therefore I shall not fall.

10 VVherefore my heart was glad, and my glory red joyced: my flesh also shall rest in hope.

i For why ? thou shalt not leave my soul in hell: neither shalt thou fuffer thy holy One to see corruption.

i2 Thou shalt shew me the path of life; in thy prefence is the fulness of joy: and at thy right hand there is pleasure for evermore.

Exaudi, Domine. Pfal. 17.
Ear the right, O Lord, consider my complaint :

and hearken unto my prayer, that goeth not out of feigned lips.

2 Let my sentence come forth from thy presence : and let thine eyes look upon the thing that is equal. 3 Thou hast proved, and visited mine heart in the nightseason; thou hast tried me, and shalt find no wickedness in me: for I am utterly purposed that my mouth fhall not offcnd.

4 Because of mens works that are done against the words of thy lips : I lave kept me from the ways of the destruyer.

5 O hold thou up my goings in thy paths : that my foot-steps slip not.

6 I have cailed upon thee, O God, for thou shalt liear me : incline thine ear to me, and hearken unto my words.

7 Shew thy marvellous loving kindness, thou that art the Saviour of them which put their trust in thee : from fuch as resist thy right hand.

8 Keep me as the apple of an eye: hide me under the Shadow of thy wings. 9 From the ungodly that trouble me: mine enemies

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10 They are inclosed in their own fat:and their mouth speaketh proud things. "civision

11 They lie waiting in our way on every side : turning their eyes down to the ground.

1 2 Like as a lion that is.greedy of his prey, and as it were a lions whelp, lurking in secret places.

13:Up,Lord, disappoint him and cast him down : deliver my soul from the ungodly, which is a sword of thine.

: : : 14. From the men of thy hand, O Lord, from the men I say, and from the evil world : which have their portion in this life, whose bellies thou fillest with thy hid treasure,

15 They have children at their desire: and leave the rest of their substance for their babes.

16 But as for me, I will behold thy presence in righteousness: and when I awake up after thy likeness, I fhall be satisfied with it.

Evening Prayer.

Diligam te, Dominé. Pfal. 18. IT

V Vill love thee, O Lord, my, strength; the Lord is my stony rock, and my defence: my Saviouf,my God, and my might, in whom I will trust

, my buckler, the horn also of my falvation, and my refuge.

2 I will call upon the Lord, which is worthy to be praised : fo fhall I be safe from mine enemies.

3. The sorrows of death compalled me : and the overflowings of ungodliness made me afraid. 4 The pains of hell came about me : the snares of death overtook me.

$ In my trouble I will call upon the Lord : and complain unto my God.

6 So fhal! he hear my voice out of his holy temple: and my complait shall come before him, it fhall'enter even 7 The earth trembled and quaked : the very founda

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