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one generation to another and call the lands after their own names. 12 Nevertheless, man will not abide in honour : seeing he may be compared unto the beasts that perilh ; this is the way of them.

13. This is their foolishnefs': and their posterity praise their faying. 14 They lie in the hell like sheep, death gnarveth upon them,andthe righteous shall have domination over them in the morning: their beauty shall consume in the se: pulchre out of their dwelling.

15 But God hath delivered my soul from the place of hell :. for he fhall receive me. 16 Be not thou afraid though one be made rich: oric the glory of his house be increased;

17 For he shall carry nothing away with him when he dieth: neither Niall his pomp follow him.

18 For while he lived, he counted himself an happy man: and so long as thou doeft well unto thy self, mer will speak good of thee.

19 He shall follow the generation of his fathers : and Thall never see light.

20 Man being in honour hath no understanding: but is compared unto the beasts that perish.

Morning Prayer.

Deus deorum. Pfal. 5o.
He Lord, even the most mighty God hath fro-

ken: and called the world, from the riling up of the kin, unto the going down thereof. 2 Out of Sion hath God appeared : in perfect beauty..

3.Our God shall come, and shall not keep silence:there shall go before him a consunring fire, and a mighty tempest Thall be stirred upround about him...

4 He shall call the heaven from above : and the earth, that he may judge his people. s Gather my saints together unto me : those that have 5 made a covenant with me with facrifice.

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6 And the heavers shall declare his righteousness : for God is judge himself.

7 Hear, O my people, and I will speak: I my felf will tetifie against thee, O Israel ; for I am God, even thy God.

1900 8 I will not reprove thee because of thyr sacrifices, or for thy burnt-offerings : because they were not alway before me.

9I will take no bullock out of thy house : nor he-goat out of thy folds.

10 For all the beasts of the forest are mine : and so are the cattel upon a thousand hills. ib.1

K; 11 I know all the fowls upon the mountains : and the wild beasts of the field are in my sight, uosit 1019

12 If I be hungry, I will not tell thee: for the whole world is mine, and all that is therein. ?

13 Thinkest thou, that I will eat bulls flesh : and drink the bloud of goats?

14 Offer unto God thankfgiving: andi pay thy vows unto the most Highest.

15 And call upon me in the time of trouble : so will I hear thee, and thou shalt praise me. : 1908

16 But unto the ungodly said God: Why dost thou preach my lawsand takest my covenant in thy mouth?

17 Whereas thou hateft to be reformed : and hast cart my words behind thee?

18 When thou faweft a thief, thou consentedit unto him: and hast been partaker with the adulterers.

19 Thou hast let thy mouth speak wickedness:and with thy tongue thou haft set forth deceit.

20 Thou sattest and spakest against thy brother: yea; and hast flandred thine own mothers sont

21 These things hast thou dones and I held my tongue: and thou thoughtest wickedly,that I am even lucha

one as thy self: but I will reprove thee, and fet before thee the things that thou hast done. 22 O consider this, ye that forget God; left I pluck!

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23 Whoso offereth me thanks, and praise, he honoureth me: and to him that ordereth his conversation right will I shew the falvation of God.

Miserere mei, Deus. Pfal. 51.
Ave mercy upon me, God, after thy great good

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away mine offences.

2 Wash me throughly from my wickedness:and cleanse me from my sin. 3 For I knowledge my faults : and my sin is ever be

4 Against thee only have I sinned, and done thisevil in thy figlit: that thou mightest be justified in thy saying, and clear when thou art judged.

5 Behold, I was shapen in wickedness: and in sin hath my mother conceived me. 6 But lo,thou requirest truth in the inwards parts:and fhalt make me to understand wisdom fecretly.

7Thou shalt purge me with hyffop,and I shall be clean: thou shalt wash me, and I shall be whiter then fnow.

8 Thou shalt make me hear of joy and gladness: that the bones, which thou hast broken may rejoyce.

9 Turn thy face from my sins: and put out all my inisdeeds.

10 Make me a clean heart, O God': and'renew a right fpirit within me. 11 Cast me not away from thy presence: and take not thy holy Spirit from me.

12 O give me the comfort of thy help again : and stablish me with thy free Spirit.

13 Then shall I teach thy ways unto the wicked : and finners shall be converted unto thee.

14 Deliver me from bloud-guiltiness, O God, thou that art the God of my health:and my tongue Itall ling of thy mighteousness.

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15 Thou fhalt open my lips, O Lord : and my mouth Hrall Mew thy praise.

16 For thou desirest no sacrifice, else would I give it thee : but thou delightest not in burnt-offerings.

17. The facrifice of God is a troubled fpirit : & Broken and contrite heart, O God, shalt thou not despise.

18. O be favourable and gracious.unto Sion:build thou the walls of Jerusalem,

Ty Then shalt thou be pleased with the sacrifice of righceousness, with the burnt-offerings and oblations: then hall they offer young bullocks upon thine altar. .

Quid gloriaris? Pfal:. 52.
Hy boastest thou thy self,thou tyrant:that thou

canit do mischief. 2 Whereas the goodness of God; endureth yet daily? 3. Thy tongue imagineth wickedness: and with lies thou cuttest like a sharp rasour.

4 Thou hast loved unrighteousness; more then goodness: and to talk of lies more then righteousness. $ Thou hast loved to speak all words that may do hurt: O thou false tongue..

6. Therefore Shall God destroy thee for ever: he shall take thee, and pluck thee out of thy dwelling, and root thee out of the land of the living,

7 The righteous also shall see this, and fear; and shall Paagh him to scorn.

8Lo,this is the man,that took not God for his strength: but trusted unto the multitude of his riches, and strengthened himself in his wickedness. 2 As for me, lam like a green olive-tree in the house of God:my trust is in the tender mercy of God for ever, io I will always give thanks unto thee for that thou haft lone, and I will hope in thy Name, for thy faints like t well.

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Evening Prayer.

Dixit infipiens. Pfal. 53.
He foolish body hath said in his heart: There is no

God.. 2 Corrupt are they, and become abominable, in their wickedness: there is none that doeth good.

3 God 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 also none that doeth good, no not one:

5 Are not they without understanding, that work wicz kedness : eating up my people as : if they would eat bread ? they have not called upon God.

6.They were afraid where no fear was: for God hath broken the bones of him, that besieged thee; thou haft pud them to confusion, because God hath despifed them.

7 Oh that the salvation were given unto Israel out of Sion : Oh that the Lord would deliver his people out of captivity!

8 Then should Jacob rejoyce:and Israel fhould be right glad. Deus, in nomine. Pral.

54.Ave me, O God, for thy Names fake:and avenge me

in thy strength 2 Hear my prayer, O Godiand hearken unto the words of my mouth...

3 For strangers are riserup against me : and tyrants, which have notGod before their eyes, seek after my foul. 4. Behold, God is my helper:the:Lord is with them

that uphold my soul. He shall reward evil unto mine enemies:destroy thout them in thy truth GAn offering of a free heart will I give thee,and praise thiy name, O Lord :. because it is so comfortable.. 7 For: he hath delivered me ouimball my trouble and

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