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Lord there is a cup, and the 11 Promise unto the Lord wine is red: it is full mixt, and your God, and keep it, all ye ho poureth out of the same. that are round about him:

1o As for the dregs thereof: bring presents unto him that all the ungodly of the earth ought to be feared. Diall drink them, and suck 12 He shall refrain the spirit them out.

of princes : and is wonderful a. 11 But I will talk of the mong the kings of the earth. God of Jacob : and praise him Psalm 77. Voce mea ad Domi. for ever.

num. 12 of the mn. Will cry unto God with my goáiy allohe Horn bortakt: and I voice? eveno un to piel wat the horns of the righteous fall I cry with my voice, and he be exalted.

Thali hearken unto me Psalm 76. Notus in fuded. 2 In the time of my tiduble IN

Jury is God known : his I fought the Lord : my fore Name is great in lirael. ran, and ceased nor in the

2 At Salem is his tabernacle: night-season; my soul refused and his dwelling in Sion. comfort.

3 There brake he the arrows 3 When I am in heaviness, of the bow : the shield, the I will think upon God: when sword, and the battle. my heart is vexed, I will com

4 Thou art of more honour plain. and might: than the hills of 4. Thou holdest mine eyes the robbers.

waking: I am so feeble that I. 5. The proud are robbed, cannot speak. they have nept their sleep : $ I have considered the days and all the men whose hands of old; and the years that are were mighty, have found no- paft. thing.

6 I call to remembrance my 6 At thy rebuke, O God of fong : and in the night I coniJacob : both the chariot and mune with mine own heart, horle are fallen.

and search out my spirits. 7. Thou, even thou art to 9 Will the Lord absent him.. be feared : and who may stand self for ever: and will he be no in thy fight, when thou art an- more entreated ?

8 Is his mercy clean gone for Ś Thou didft cause thy judge ever : and is his promise come ment to be heard from heaven: utterly to an end for everthe earth trembled, and was more? still

9 Hach God forgotten to be 9 When God arose to judg. gracious : and will he shut up thent: and to help all the meek his loving kindness in displea

sure ? 10 The fierceness of man iu And I said, It is mine Thall turn to thy praise; and own infirmity : but I will rethe fierceness of them shalt member the years of the right thou refrain.

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il I will remember the works generations to come : but to of the Lord : and call to mind fhew the honour of the Lord, thy wonders of old time. his mighty and wonder.nl

12 I will think also of all thy works that he hath done. works :: and my talking Thall s He made a covenant wih be of thy doings.

Jacob, and gave Israel a law : 13 Thy way, O God, is ho- wnich he commanded our forely : who is so great a God as fathers to teach their children ; Our God?

6 That their pofteriiy might 14 Thou art the God that know it : and the children doth wonders : and haft de- which were yet unborn; clared thy power amung the 7 To the intent, that when people.

they came up : they might iš Thou haft mightily de- shew their children the same livered thy people : even the 8 That they might put their fons of Jacob and Joseph.

trust in God: and not to forget 16 The waters saw thee, O the works of God, but to keep God, the waters faw thee, and his commandments; were afraid : the depths also 9 And not to be as their fore. were troubled.

fathers, a faithless and stubborn 17 The clouds poured out generation : a generation that water, the air thundred : and set not their heart aright, and thine arrows went abroad. whose spirit cleaveth not sted

18 The voice of thy thun- fastly unto God; der was heard round about : 10 Like as the children of Ethe lightnings fhone upon the phraim : who being harnessed, ground, the earth was moved and carrying bows,turned themand fliook withal.

selves back in the day of battle. 19. Thy way is in the sea, 11 They kept not the coveand thy paths in the great wać nant of God: and would not ters : and thy footsteps are not walk in his law v; known

12 But forgat what he had 20 Thou leddest thy people done : and the wonderful like sheep : by the hand of works that he had Mewed for Mores and Aaron.

them. Evening Prayer. 13 Marvellous things did he Psalm 78. Attendite, popute. in the light of our forefathers,

Ear my law, O my people: in the land of Egypt : even in words of my mouth.

14 He divided the sea, and 2 I will open my mouth in ler hem go through : he made a parable : I will declare hard the waiers to stand on an heap. sentences of old ;

15 In the day-time also he 3 Which we have heard and led them with a cloud : and known : and such as our fathers all the right through with a have told us;

light of fire. 4. That we should not hide 16 He clave the hard rocks them from the children of the in the wilderness : and gave

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30 So they did eat, and were been out of the great depth. well filled, for he gave them

17 He brought waters out their own desire : they were of the stony rock : so that it not disappointed of their luft. gushed out like the rivers. 31 But while the meat was

18 Yer for all this they fin- yet in their mouths, the heavy ned more against him and wrath of God came upon them, provoked the most Highest in and New the wealthielt ufchein: tie wilderness.

yea, and smote down the cho19 They tempted God in len men that were in Israel. their hearts : and required 32 But for all this they fin. meat for their lust

ned yet more : and believed 20 They spake against God nor his wondrous works, also, saying: Shall God prepare 33 Therefore their days did a table in the wilderness? he consume in vanity : and

21. He Imote the stony rock their years in trouble. indeed, that the water gushed 34 When he New them, they out, and the streams fowed sought him : and turned them withal : but can he give bread carly, and enquired after God. also, or provide flesh for his 3ş And they remembred that people?

God was their strength : and 22 When the Lord heard that the high God was their this, he was wroth : so the fire Redeemer. was kindled in Jacob, and there : 36 Nevertheless, they did came up heavy displeasure a- but flatter him with their gainst Israel;

mouth : and dissembled with 23 Because they believed nor him in their tongue. in God: and put not their trust 37 For their heart was not in his help.

whole with him: neither con24. So he commanded the tinued they stedfast in his coclouds above : and opened the venant. doors of heaven.

38 But he was so merciful, 25 He rained down Manna that he forgave their misdeeds: also upon them for to eat: and and destroyed them not. gave them food from heaven. 39 Yea, many a time turned

25 So man did eat angels he his wrath away: and would food : for he sent them meat not sufier his whole displeaenough.

sure to arise. 27 He caused the east-wind 40 For he considered that to blow under heaven : and they were but fresh : and that through his power he brought they were even a wind that in the south-west-wind. passeth away, and cometh not

28 Herained fieth upon them again. as thick as dust: and feathered 41 Many a time did they fowls like as the sand of the sea. provoke him in the wilder

29 He let it fall among their ness: and grieved him in the tents : even round about their defert. habitation.

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tempte 1 God: and moved the 56 He cast out the heathen holy One in Ifrael.

also before them : caused their 43. They thou:ht not of his lind to be divided among them hand : and of the day wien he for an heritage, and made the delivered them from the hand tribes of Israel co dwell in their of the enemy; 44 How he had wrought his

57. So they tempted and dismiracles in Egypt : and his plealed the most high God : wonders in the field of Zoan. and kept not his testimonies;

45 He turned their waters 58 But turned their backs, into blood : so that they might and fell away lise their forenot drink of the rivers. fathers : starting aside like a

46 He sent lice anıong them, broken bow. and devoured them up: and 59 For they grieved him frogs to destroy them. with their hill-altars : and pro

47 He gave their fruit unto voked him to displea ure witii the caterpillar : and their la- their images. bo:ir unto the grashopper. 60 When God heard this, he

45 He destroyed their vines was wroth : and took sore disa with hail-ftones : and their pleasure at Israel; mulberry-trees with the frost. 61 So that he forsook the ta.

49 He smote their cattle al- ternacle in Silo : even the tent so with hail-ftones : and their that he had pitched among men. flocks with hot thunder-bolts. 62 He delivered their power

50 He cast upon them the into captivity: and their beaufuriousness of his wrath, anger, ty into the enemies hand. displeasure and trouble : and

63 He gave his people over Tent evil angels among them. also unto the sword : and was

5. He made a way to his in- wroth with his inheritance. dignation, and spared not their 64 The fire consumed their soul from death : but gave their young men : and their muidens life over to the peftilence.

were not given to marriaze. 52 And sinote all the first. 65 Their priests were Nain horn in Egypt: the most prin- with thesword: and there were cipal and mightiest in the no widows to make lamentadwellings of Ham.

tion. 53 But as for his own people, 66 Sy the Lord awaked as he led them forth like Deep: one out of neep : and like a and carried them in the wilder-giant réf.efied with wine. ness like a flock.

67 He smote his ene nies in 54 He brought them out the hinder parts: and put thein fafély, that they mould not to a perpetual shame. fear and overwhelmed their 68 He refused the tabernaenemies with the sea.

cle of Joseph : and chose not :: 55 And brought them with- the tribe of Ephraim;

in the borders of his sanctuary: 69 But chose the cribe of Jueven to his mountain which he da: even the hillof Sion which purchased with his right hand. he loved.

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70 And there he built his Jacob: and laid waste his dweltemple on high : and laid the ling-place. foundation of it like the ground

80 remember not our old which he hath made contindie fins, but have mercy upon us, ally.

and'that soon : for we are come 71 He chose David also his to great misery. servant: and took him away

9 Help us, o God of our from the theep-folds.

salvation, for the glory of thy 72 As he was following the Name: 0 deliver us, and be ews great with young ones he merciful unto our fins for thy took him : that he might feed Names sake. Jacob his people, and Israel his 10 Wherefore do the hea. inheritance.

then say: Where is now their 73 So he fed them with a God? faithful and true heart: and 11 O let the vengeance of ruled them prudently with all thy servants blood that is shed:

be openly fewed upon the

heathen in our fight. Morning Prayer.

12 O let the sorrowful figh

ing of the prisoners come before - Psalm 79. Deus, venerunt. thee: according to the greatness

God, the heathen arecome of thy power, preserve thou

into thine inherirance those that are appointed to die. thy holy temple have they de- 13 And for the blasphemy, filed, and made Jerusalem an wherewith our neighbours have heap of stones.

blasphemed thee: reward thou 2 The dead bodies of thy them, O Lord, seven-fold into. servants have they given to be their bosom. ineat unto the fowls of the air: 14 So we that are thy peoand the fleth of thy saints unto ple, and sheep of thy pafture, the beasts of the land.

Dall give thee thanks for ever: 3. Their blood have they and will alway be Thewing Thed like water on every side forth thy praise from generatiof Jerusalem : and there was on to generation. no man to bury them.

Palm 8o. Qui regis Ifrael.

TEar, O thou mepherd of Thame to our enemies : a very fcorn and derision unto them Joseph like a sheep: fhew thy that are round about us. self also, thou that sittest upon

s Lord, how long wilt thou the Chérubims. be angry : Mall thy jealousie 2 Before Ephraim, Benja. burn like fire for ever? min, and Manasses: ftir up thy

6 Pour out thine indignati- strength, and come, and help on upon the heathen that have us. not known thee : and upon the 3 Turn us again, O God : kingdoms that have not called shew the light of thy counteupon thy Name.

nance, and we shall be whole. 7 For they have devoured 4 O Lord God of hosts: how

long

4 We are become an open Hirael, thou that leadeit

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