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3 For when the breath of man goeth forth, he shall turn again to his earth: and then all his thoughts perish.
Blessed is he that hath the God of Jacob for his help. and whose hope is in the Lord his God.
5 Who made heaven and earth, the sea and all that therein is : who keepeth his promise for ever.
6 Who helpeth them to right that fuffer wrong: who feedeth the hungry.
7 The Lord looseth men out of prison : the Lord giveth sight to the blind.
8 The Lord helpeth them that are fallen: the Lord careth for the righteous. 9 The Lord careth for the strangers, he defendeth the Fatherless and widow: as for the way of the ungodly, he turneth it upside down.
10 The Lord thy God, o Sion, shall be King for evermore: and throughout all generations.
Evening Prayer. Laudate Dominum. Pfal. 147. Praise the Lord, for it is a good thing to fing praiO
ses unto our God: yea, a joyful and pleasant thing it is to be thankful.
2 The Lord doth build up Jerusalem: and gather together the out-calts of Israel.
3 He healeth those that are broken in heart:and giveth medicine to heal their fickness.
4 He telleth the number of the stars: and calleth them all by their names. 5 Great is our Lord, and great is his power : yea,
and his wisdom is infinite.
6 The Lord setteth up the meek: and bringeth the ungodly down to the ground. 7 0 sing unto the Lord with thanksgiving: sing praises upon the harp unto our God.
8Who covereth the heaven with clouds, and preparet) fain for the earth : and maketh the grass to grow upon the mountains, and herb for the use of men.
9 Who giveth fodder unto the cattel : and feedeth the 1. young ravens that call upon him.
10 He hath no pleasure in the strength ofan horse: neither delighteth he in any mans legs.
11 But the Lords delight is in them that fear him: and put their trust in his mercy.
12 Praise the Lord, o Jerusalem : praise thy God, o Sion. 113 For he hath made fast the bars of thy gates: and hath
blessed thy children within thee. Ci 14 He maketh peace in thy borders: and filleth thee
with the flour of wheat. edi 15 He sendeth forth his commandment upon earth : and chis word runneth very swiftly.
16 He giveth snow like wooll: and scattereth the hoarore frost like ashes.
17 He casteth forth his ice like morsels : who is able to abide his frost ?
18 He sendeth out his word, and melteth them:he bloweth with his wind, and the waters flow.
19 He sheweth his word unto Jacob : his statutes and ordinances unto Ifrael..
20 He hath not dealt so with any nation : neither have the heathen knowledge of his laws.
Laudate Dominum. Pfal. 148.
2 Praise him, all ye angels of his: praise him, all his host.
3 Praise him,sun and moon: praise him all ye stars and light.
4 Praise him, all ye heavens : and ye waters that are above the heavens.
5 Let them praise the Name of the Lord : for he spake the word, and they were made, he commanded, and Khey were created. 6 He hath made them fast for ever and ever : he hath yen them a law which shall not be broken.
7 Praise the Lord upon earth : ye dragons and all deeps;
8 Fire and hail, snow and vapours : wind and storm, fulfilling his word; 9 Mountains and all hills : fruitful trees and all cedars : 10 Beasts and all cattel: worms and feathered fowls : 11 Kings of the earth and all people : princes and all judges of the world;
12 Young men and maidens, old men and children, praise the Name of the Lord : for his Name only is excellent, and his praise above heaven and earth.
13 He shall, exalt the horn of his people, all his saints fhall praise him: even the children of Israel, even the people that serveth him.
Cantate Domino. Pfal. 149.
O Singumonthe Lord a new song : let the congregati
on of saints him 2 Let Israel rejoyce in him that made him: and let the children of Sion be joyful in their King.
3 Let them praise his game in the dance : let them sing praises unto him with tabret and harp.
4. For the Lord hath pleasure in his people: and helpeth the meek-hearted.
5 Let the saints be joyful with glory: let them rejoyce in their beds.
6 Let the praises of God be in their mouth: and a twoedged sword in their hands;
7 To be avenged of the heathen : and to rebuke the people; 8 To bind their kings in chains: and their nobles with links of iron. 9 That they may be avenged of them, as it is written : Such honour have all his faints.
Laudate Dominum, Pfal. 150.
O Praise God in hiskoliness : praise him in the firma
2 Praise him in his noble acts : praise him according to his excellent greatness."
3 Praise him in the found of the trumpet:praise him upon the lute and harp. 4
Praise him in the cymbals and dances : praise him upon the strings and pipe. Ś Praise him upon the well-tuned cymbals : praise him upon the loud cymbals. 6 Let every thing that hath breath : praise the Lord.
Forms of Prayer to be used at SEA. The morning and Evening Service to be used daily at Sea, shall be the fame which is appointed in the book of Common Prayer. These two following Prayers are to be also used in his Majefties Navy every day. O Eternal Lord God,who alone spreadeft out the hea
vens and rałeft the raging of the Sea ; who haft compassed the waterswith bounds until day and night come to an end; be pleased to receive into thy Almighty and most gracious Protection the persons of us thy servants, and the Fleet in which we ferve. Preserve us from the dangers of the fea, and from the violence of the enemy, that we may be a fafeguard unto our most gracious Soveraign Lord King Charles and his kingdoms, and a security for such as pals on the Seas upon their lawful occasions; that the inhabitants of our illand may in peace and quietness ferve thee our God, and that we inay return in fafety to enjoy the blessings of the land, 'with the fruits of our la
bours; and with a thankful remembrance of thy mercies jo praise and glorifie thy holy Name, through Jesus Christ bur Lord. Amen.
O Lord, in all our doings, with thy most gracious favour, and further us with thy continual
help; that in all our works begun, continued, and ended in thee, we may glorifie thy holy Name, and finally by thy mercy obtain everlasting life, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Prayers to be used in storms at Sea. O Most powerful and glorious Lord God, at whose
command the winds blow, and lift up the waves of the Sea, and who stillest therage thereof; we thy creatures, but miserable sinners, do in this our great distress: cry unto thee for help: save, Lord, or else we perish. We confess, when we have been safe , and seen all things quiet about us, we have forgot thee our God, and reo fused to hearken to the still voice of thy word, and to obey thy commandments : But now we see how terrible thou art in all thy works of wonder, the great God to be feared above all': and therefore we adore thy divine Majesty, acknowledging thy power, and imploring thy goodness. Help, Lord, and save us for thy mercies fake in Jesus Christ thy Son , our Lord. Amen.
Or this. O Molt glorious and gracious Lord God,who dweilelt
in heaven , but beholdest all things below ; Look down, we beseech thee, and hear us calling out of the
depth of misery, and out of the jaws of this death, which is ready now to swallow us up : Save, Lord, or else we perish. The living, the living shall praise thee. O send thy word of command to rebuke the raging winds, and the roaring fea,that we being delivered from this distress may live to serve thee, and to glorifie thy Name all the days of our life. Hear, Lord, and save us, for the infinite merits of our blessed Saviour thy Son, our Lord Jesus he Christ. Amen. The Prayer to be said before a Fight at Sea against anyenemy: O Most powerful and glorious Lord God, the Lord of
hosts, that ruleft and commandest all things ; Thou fittest in the throne judging right; and therefore we make our address to thy divine Majesty in this our necel