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meth well the just to be thank- considereth all them that dwell ful.

on the earth. 2 Praise the Lord with harp: 14 He fashioneth all the fing praises unto him with the hearts of them : and undera lute, and inftrument of ten standetin all their works. strings.

15 There is no king that 3 Sing unto the Lord a new can be saved by the multitude song: fing praises luftily unto of an hoft: neither is any mighhim with a good courage. ty man delivered by much

4 For the word of the Lord strength. is true : and all his works are 16 A horse is counted but a faithfül.

vain thing to save a man : nei. He loveth righteousness ther shall he deliver any man and judgment: the earth is full by his great strength. of the goodness of the Lord. 17. Behold, the eye of the

6 By the word of the Lord Lord is upon them that fear were the heavens made ; and him : and upon them that put all the hosts of them by the their trust in his mercy. breath of his mouth.

18 To deliver their soul 7 He gathereth the waters of from death : and to feed them the sea together, as it were upon in the time of dearth. an heap : and layeth up the 19 Our soul hath patiently deep, as in a treasure-house. tarried for the Lord : for he is

8 Let all the earth fear the our help, and our shield. Lord: stand in awe of him, all 20 For our heart shall re. ye that dwell in the world; joyee in him becaufe we have

9 For he spake, and it was hoped in his holy Name. done : he commanded, and it 21 Let_thy merciful kind. food faft.

ness, O Lord, be upon us : 1o The Lord bringeth the like'as we do put our trust in counsel of the heathen to thee. nought : and maketh the de- Psalm 34. Benedicam Domino. vices of people to be of Will alway give thanks unto the counsels of princes. ever be in my mouth.

1 The counsel of the Lord 2 My soul fall make her Thall endure for ever': and the boast in the Lord : the humble thoughts of his heart from ge- shall hear thereof, and be glad. 'neration to generation, 30 praise the Lord with

12 Btefred are the people me: and let us magnifie his whose God is che Lord Jeho- name together. vah : and blessed are the folk 4 I fought the Lord, and he that he hath chosen to himn, to heard me : yea, he delivered be his inheritance.

me out of all my fear. 13 The Lord looked down s They had an eye unto him, from heaven, and beheld all and were lightned : and their the children of men : from the faces were not alhamed. habitation of his dwelling he 6 Lo, the poor crieth, and

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the Lord heareth him : yea, 21 But misfortune shall slay and faveth him out of all his the ungodly : and they that troubles.

hate the righteous, shall be den 7 The Angel of the Lord folate. tarricth round about them that 22 The Lord delivereth the fear him: and delivereth them. souls of his servants : and all

8 O taste, and see, how gra- they that put their trust in him, cious the Lord is: blessed is the shall not be defticute. man chat trusteth in him.

90 fear the Lord, ye that Morning Prayer. are his faints : for they that Psalm 35. Judica, Domine. fear him, lack nothing.

Lead thou my cause, o 10 The lions do lack, and Lord, with them that suffer hunger : but they who strive with me: and fighe thou seck the Lord, shall want no against them that fight against manner of thing that is good.

1. Come, ye children, and 2 Lay hand upon the shield hearken unto me : I will teach and buckler : and stand up to you the fear of the Lord. help me.

12 What man is he that luft. 3 Bring forth the spear, and eth to live : and would fain see ftop the way against them that good days?

persecute me: say unto my 13 Keep thy tongue from Toul, I am thy falvation. evil': and thy lips that they 4 Let them be confounded, speak no guile.

and put to shame that seek af. 14 Elchew evil, and do ter my soul: let them be turned good : seek peace, and ensue ic back, and brought to confu15 The eyes

of the Lord are fion, that imagine mischief for over the righteous: and his ears me. are open unto their prayers.

Let them be as the duft ben 16 The countenance of the fore the wind : and the Angel Lord is againft them that do of the Lord scattering them. evil : to root out the remem- 6 Let their way be dark and brance of them from the earth. Nippery : and let the Angel of

17 The righteous cry, and the Lord persecute them. the Lord heareth them : and - 7 For they have privily laid delivereth them out of all their their net to destroy me without troubles.

à cause : yea,. even without 2 18 The Lord is nigh unto cause have they made a pic for them that are of a contrite my soul. heart : and will fave such as be 8 Let a sudden destruction of an humble spirit.

come upon him unawares, and 19 Great are the troubles of his nec, that he hath laid privi. the righteous : but the Lord ly, catch himself : that he may delivereth him out of all. fall into his own mischief.

20 He keepeth all his bones : 9 And my soul be joyful in To that not one of them is brow the Lord: it thall rejoyce in his ken.

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10 All my bones shall fay, they imaginé deceitful words Lord, who is like unto thet, against them that are quiet in who deliverest the poor from the land. him that is too strong for him : , 21 They gaped upon me yea, the poor, and him that is with their mouths, and said : in misery, from him that spoil. Fie on thee, fie on thee, we eth him?

saw it with our eyes. II False witnesses did rise 22 This thou hast seen, O up: they laid to my charge Lord:hold not thy tongue then, things that I knew not. go not far from me, O Lord.

12 They rewarded me evil 123 Awake, and stand up to for good : to the great discom- judge my quarrel: avenge thou fort of my soul.

my cause my God,and my Lord. 13 Neverthelefs, when they 24 Judge me, O Lord my were sick, I put on fackcloth, God, according to thy righteand humbled my soul with faft- ousness: and let theni not triing: and my prayer shall turn umph over me. into mine own bosom.

25 Let them not say in their 14 I behaved my self, as hearts, There, there, so would though it had been my friend, we have it : neither let them or my brother: I went heavily fay, We have devoured him. as one that mourneth for his 26 Let them be put to confumother.

fion and shame together, that 15 Buc in mine adversity rejoyce at my trouble : let them they rejoyced, and gathered be clothed with rebuke and themselves together: yea, the difhonour, that boast themvery abjeéts came together à. selves against me. gainft me unawares, making 27 Let them be glad and remows, at me, and ceased not. joyce, that favour my righite

16 With the flatterers were ous dealing: yea, let them say bufie mockers: who gnafhed alway, Blessed be the Lord,who upon me with their teeth. hath pleasure in the prosperity

37 Lord, how long wilt thou of his servant. look upon this : O deliver my. 28 And as for my tongue, ic foul from the calamities which shall be talking of thy rightethey bring on me, and my dar- ousness: and of thy praise all ling from the lions.

the day long. 18 So will I give thee thanks Pralm 36. Dixit injuftus. in the great congregation : I Y heart theweth me the people.

ly: that there is no fear of God 19 O let not them that are before his eyes. mine enemies, triumph over 2 For he flattereth himself me ungodly: neither let them in his own sight : until his abowink with their eyes, that hate minable fin be found out. me without a cause.

3 The words of his mouth 20 And why? their com- are unrighteous, and full of muning is not for peace: but deceit : he hath left off to be

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down like the grass : and be 4 He imaginech mischief up- withered even as the green on his bed, and hath set him- lierb. self in no good way: neither

3 Put thou thy trust in the doth he abhor any thing that is Lord, and be doing good:dwell evil.

in the land, and verily thou s, Thy mercy, O Lord, shalt be fed. reacheth unto the heavens : Delight thou in the Lord : and thy faithfulness unto the and he Thall give thee thy clouds.

hearts desire. 6 Thy righteousness stand

5 Coinmit thy way unto the eth like the strong mountains: Lord, and put thy trust in hiin: thy judgments are like thegreat and he shall bring it to pass. dcep:

6 He shall make thy righteo 7 Thou, Lord,shalt save both ousness as clear as the light: man and beast. How excellent and thy just dealing as the is thy mercy, O God: and the noon-day. children of men Mall put their

7 Hold thee still in the Lord, trust under the shadow of thy and abide patiently upon him? „wings.

but grieve not thy relf at him 8 They shall be satisfied with whole way doth prosper, a the plenteousness of thy house: gainst the man that doch after and thou shalt give them drink evil counsels. of thy pleasures, as out of the

8 Leave off from wrath, and river:

let go displeasure : fret not thy 9 For with thee is the well felf, else shalt thou be moved of life: and in thy light shall to do evil. we see light.

9 Wicked doers shall be root. 10 Ocontinue forth thy lo- ed out: and they that patient. ving kindness unto them that ly abide the Lord, thoic fall know thee: and thy righteous, inherit the land. ness unto them that are true of jo Yet a little while, and the heart.

ungodly shall be clean gone : 11 Olet not the foot of pride thou shalt look after his place, come againft me: and let nor and he shall be away. the hand of the ungodly calt II But the meek-spirited me down.

shall possess the earth : and 12 There are they fallen, all shall be refreshed in the multithat work wickedness: they are tude of peace. caft down, and shall not be a- 12 The ungodly seeketh ble to stand.

counsel against the just: and Evening Prayer. gnasheth upon him with his Psalm 37. Noli emulari. teeth. Flere ungodly k neither be to klorh: for he hath oreh line

Ret thy self because of 13 The Lord laugh him thou envious against the evil his day is coming: doers,

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15 Their sword shall go keth not his that be godly, but through their own heart : and they are preserved for ever. their bow shall be broken, 29 The unrighteous shall be

16 A small thing that the punished: as for the seed of the righteous hath: is better than ungodly, it shall be rooted out. great riches of the ungodly. .30 The righteous Diall inhe17 For the arms of the un- rit the land : and dwell therein

Pa godly shall be broken: and the for ever. Lord upholdeth the righteous. 31 The mouth of the righ- P

18 The Lord knoweth the teous is exercised in wisdom : days of the godly: and their in- and his tongue will be talking heritance shall endure for ever. of judgment. 19 They fhall not be con- 32 The law of his God is in

in founded in the perilous time : his heart : and his goings shall and in the days of dearth they not Nide. Thall have cnough.

33 The ungodly seeth the

fle 20 As for the ungodly, they righteous : and seeketh occafi.

su Thall perish, and the enemies on to Nay him. of the Lord'fhall consume as 34 The Lord will not leave the fat of lambs : yea, even as him in his hand : nor condemn the smoke shall they consume him when he is judged,

lik away.

35 Hope thou in the Lord,

fur zi The ungodly borroweth, and keep his way, and he shaji and payeth not again : but the promote thee, that thou Malt righteous is merciful and li- possess the land : when the unberal.

godly fall perish, thou shalt 22 Such as are blessed of see it. God, shall possess the land : 36 I my self have seen the and 'they that are cursed of ungodly in great power : and

wi him, shall be rovted out. flourishing like a green bay

- s! 23 The Lord ordereth a good tree. mans going : and maketh his 37 I went by; and lo, he was way acceptable to himself. gone : I fought him, but his

di 24 Though he fall, he shall place could no where be found. not be cast away : for the Lord 38 Keepinnocency, and take

de upholdeth him with his hand. heed unto the thing that is

bi 25. I have been young, and right : for that shall bring a now am old : and yet saw I ne- man peace at the last.

po ver the righteous forsaken, nor 39 As for the tranfgreffors,

the his seed begging their bread. they shall perish together : and

fra 26 The righteous is ever the end of the ungodly is, They merciful, and lcndeth : and his Niall be rooted out at the last.

bo (čed is blessed.

40 But the salvation of the 27 Flee from evil, and do righteous comech of the Lord :

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