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Assur also is joined with them : and have holpen the children of Lot.
But do thou to them, as unto the Madíănites : unto Sisera, and unto Jabin at the brook of Kison ;
Who pérished at Endor : and became as thě dung of the earth.
Make them and their princes like Oreb and Zeb : yea, make all their princes like as Zeba and Salmána;
Who say, Let us take to ourselves : the houses of God in possession.
O my God, make them like unto a wheel : and as the stubble before the wind;
Like as the fire that búrněth up the wood : and as the flame that consúměth the mountains.
Persecute them even so with thy tempest : and make them ăfraid with thy storm.
Make their faces ashamed, O Lord : that they may seek thy Name.
Let them be confounded and vexed évěr more and more : let them be put to shame, and pérish.
And they shall know that thou, whose Name is Jéhovah : art only the most Highest over all the earth.
Psalm lxxxiv. Quam dilecta! O how ámiable åre thy dwellings : thou Lord of hosts !
My soul hath a desire and longing to enter into the courts of the Lord : my heart and my flesh rejoíce in the living God.
Yea, the sparrow hath found her an house *, and the swallow a nest where she may lay her young : even thy altars, O Lord of hosts*, my King and mỹ God.
Blessed are they that dwell in thy house : they will be álway praising thee.
Blessed is the man whose strength is in thee : in whose heart are thy ways.
Who going through the vale of misery úse it for a well : and the pools are filled with water.
They will go from strength to strength : and unto the God of gods appeareth every one of them in Sion.
O Lord God of hosts, hear my prayer : hearken, O God of Jacob.
Behold, O God our defénder : and look upon the face of thine Anointed.
For óne dăy in thy courts : is better than a thousand.
I had rather be a door-keeper in the house of my God : than to dwell in the ténts of ủngodliness.
For the Lord God is a light and defence : the Lord will give grace and worship*, and no good thing shall he withhold from them that live å godly life.
O Lord God of hosts : blessed is the man that putteth his trust in thee.
LORD, thou art become grácious unto thy land : thou hast turned away the captivity of Jacob.
Thou hast forgiven the offence of thy people : and covered áll their sins.
Thou hast táken away all thy displeasure : and turned thyself from thy wrathful indignation.
Turn us then, O God our Saviour : and let thine ángěr cease from us.
Wilt thou be displeased at ủs for ever : and wilt thou stretch out thy wrath from one generation to another.
Wilt thou not túrn again, and quickěn us : that thy people may rějoíce in theé?
Shew us thy mercy, O Lord : and grant us thy salvátion.
I will hearken what the Lord God will say concérning me : for he shall speak peace unto his people, and to his saints*, that they turn not again.
For his salvation is nigh them that fear him : that glóry may dwell in oúr land.
Mercy and truth are met togéther : righteousness and peace have kíssèd each other.
Truth shall flourish out of the earth : and righteousness hath looked down from heaven.
Yea, the Lord shall shew lozing-kindness : and our land shall give hěr íncrease.
Righteousness shall go before him : and he shall direct his góžng in the way.
THE SEVENTEENTH DAY
Bow down thine ear, O Lord, and hear me : for I am poór, and in mísěry.
Presérve thou my soul, for I am hóly : my God, save thy servant* that putteth his trust in theé.
Be mérciful unto me, O Lord : for I will call daily upon thee.
Comfort the soul of thy servant : for unto theé, O Lord, do I lift up my soul.
For thou, Lord, art good and gracious : and of great mercy unto all thém that call úpon thee.