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34 My covenant will I not break, nor alter the thing that is gone out of my lips: I have fworn once by my holinefs, that I will not fail David.

35 His feed fhall endure for ever: and his feat is like as the fun before me.

36 He fhall ftand faft for evermore as the moon, and as the faithful witness in heaven.

37 But thou haft abhorred, and forfaken thine Anointed and art difpleafed at him.

38 Thou haft broken the covenant of thy fervant; and caft his crown to the ground.

39 Thou haft overthrown all his hedges: and broken down his ftrong holds.

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40 All they that go by fpoil him and he is become a reproach to his neighbours.

41 Thou haft fet up the right hand of his enemies: and made all his adverfaries to rejoyce.

42 Thou haft taken away the edge of his fword:and gi veft him not victory in the battel.

43 Thou haft put out his glory:and caft his throne dow to the ground.

44 The days of his youth haft thou fhortned: and cove red him with dishonour.

45 Lord,how long wilt thou hide thy felf,for ever: and fhall thy wrath burn like fire?

46 Oremember how fhort my time is: wherefore haf thou made all men for nought?

47 What man is he that liveth, and shall not fee death and fhall he deliver his foul from the hand of hell?

48 Lord, where are thy old loving kindneffes: whic thou fwareft unto David in thy truth?

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Remember, Lord, the rebuke that thy fervants have and how I do bear in my bofom the rebukes of man people:

so Wherewith thine enemies have blafphemed thee,an flandered the foot-steps of thine Anointed: praised be th Lord for evermore. Amen, and amen.

Morning Prayer.

Domine, refugium. Pfal. 90.

Ord, thou hast been our refuge from one generation to another.

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2 Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thej earth and the world were made: thou art God from everlafting, and world without end.

3 Thou turneft man to deftruction: again thou fayeft: Come again, ye children of men.

4 For a thousand years in thy fight are but as yesterday: feeing that is past as a watch in the night..

5 As foon as thou scattereft them, they are even as a leep: and fade away fuddenly like the grafs.

6 In the morning it is green, and groweth up: but in the evening it is cut down, dried up, and withered.

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For we confume away in thy difplcafure: and are afraid at thy wrathful indignation.

8 Thou haft fet our mifdeeds before the: and our fecreti fins in the light of thy countenance.

9 For when thou art angry, all our days are gone: we bring our years to an end, as it were a tale that is told. 10The days of our age are threefcore years and ten,and though men be fo strong, that they come to fourfcore years, yet is their strength then but labour and forrow fo foon palleth it away and we are gone.

11 But who regardeth the power of thy wrath: for e. ven thereafter as a man feareth, fo is thy difpleafure. 12 So teach us to number our days: that we may ap ply our hearts unto wisdom.

13 Turn thee again, O Lord, at the last and be gracious unto thy fervants.

14 O fatisfic us with thy mercy, and that foon: fo fhall we rejoyce and be glad all the days of our life.

15 Comfort us again, now after the time that thou hast plagued us: and for the years wherein we have fuffered adverfity.

16 Shew thy fervants thy work: and their children thy glory.

17 And the glorious Majefty of the Lord our God be upon us profper thou the work of our hands upon us, O profper thou our handy-work.

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mighty.

Qui habitat. Pfal. 91.

Hofo dwelleth under the defence of the moft
High: fhall abide under the fhadow of the Al-

2 I will fay unto the Lord, Thou art my hope, and my ftrong hold: my God, in him will I trust.

3 For he fhall deliver thee from the fnare of the hunter: and from the noifom peftilence.

4 He shall defend thee under his wings, and thou fhalt be fafe under his feathers: his faithfulness and truth fhall be thy fhield and buckler.

5 Thou shalt not be afraid for any terrour by night: nor for the arrow that flieth by day:

6 For the peftilence that walketh in darkness: nor for the ficknefs that destroyeth in the noon-day.

7 A thousand fhall fall beside thee, and ten thousand at thy right hand: but it shall not come nigh thee.

8 Yea, with thine eyes fhalt thou behold: and fee the reward of the ungodly.

19 For thou Lord, art my hope: thou haft fet thine house of defence very high.

10 There fhall no evil happen unto thee: neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling.

For he fhall give his angels charge over thee: to keep

thee in all thy ways.

12 They fhall bear thee in their hands: that thou hurt not thy foot against a stone.

! 13 Thou shalt go upon the lion, and adder: the young lion and the dragon fhalt thou tread under thy feet.

14 Because he hath fet his love upon me, therefore will 1 deliver him: I will fet him up, because he hath known my Name.

15 He fhall call upon me, and I will hear him: yea, I am with him in trouble, I will deliver him, and bring him to

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16 With long life will I fatisfie him and fhew him my falvation.

Bonum eft confiteri. Pfal. 92.

TT is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord: and to fing praifes unto thy Name, O moft Higheft:

2 Totell of thy loving kindness early in the morning: and of thy truth in the night-feafon;

3. Upon an inftrument of ten strings, and upon the lute: pon a loud inftrument,and upon the harp.

4 For thou, Lord,haft made me glad through thy works and I will rejoyce in giving praife for the operations of thy hands.

O Lord, how glorious are thy works! thy thoughts: are very deep.

6 An unwife man doth not well confider this: and a fool doth not understand it

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7 When the ungodly are green as the grafs, and when all the workers of wickednefs do flourish then shall they be destroyed for ever, but thou, Lord, art the most Higheft for evermore.

8 For lo, thine enemies, O Lord, lo, thine enemies fhall perifh and all the workers of wickednefs fhall be destroyed to oissa proch I

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9 But mine horn fhall be exalted, like the horn of an unicorn: for I am anointed with fresh oyl.

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10 Mine eye also fhall fee his luft of mine enemies and mine ear fhall hear his defire of the wicked that arise up against me.

The righteous fhall flourish like a palm-tree:and shall fpread abroad like a cedar in Libanus.

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12 Such as be planted in the houfe of the Lord, fhall flourish in the courts of the houfe of our God.

13 They alfo fhall bring forth more fruit in their age and fhall be fat and well liking.

14 That they may fhew how true the Lord my ftrength is: and that there is no unrighteoufnefs in him.

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2 He hath made the round world fo fure that it cannot be moved.

Ever fince the world began hath thy feat been prepa buck Bom red: thou art from everlastings 4. The flouds are rifen, O Lord, the flouds have lift up their voice: the flouds lift up their waves.

I IJ The waves of the fea are mighty, and rage horribly but yet the Lord, who dwelleth on high is mightier. 6 Thy testimonies, O Lord, are very fure: holiness becometh thine houfe for ever tob nem divES BA

Deus ultionum. Pfal. 94bum non dol

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5 They fmite down thy people, O Lord; and trouble thine heritage.

6 They murder the widow, and the ftranger: and put the fatherless to death.

7 And yet they fay, Tufh, the Lord fhall not fee: neither fhall the God of Jacob regard it. £ udil heon la

8 Take heed, ye unwife among the people: Oye fools, when will ye understand?

9 He that planted the ear, fhall he not hear or he that made the eye, fhall he not fee?

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