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enemies compass me round about to take a way · my soul.

10 They are inclosed in their own fat : and their | mouth | speaketh proud | things.

11 They lie waiting in our way on | ev. ery I side : turning their | eyes | down to the ground;

12 Like as a lion that is I greedy. of his 1 prey : and as it were a lion's whelp, | lurking · in se · cret places.

13' Up, Lord, disappoint him, and | cast · him | down: deliver my soul from the ungodly, | which · is a | sword . of I thine ;

14' From the men of thy hand, O Lord, from the men, I say, and from the le. vil | world: which have their portion in this life, whose bellies thou fillest · with | thy · hid | treasure.

15 They have children at | their · del sire: and leave the rest of their sub · stance for their | babes.

16 But as for me, I will behold thy presence · in | righteousne. s : 'and when I awake up after thy likeness, I shall · be satisfied | with it.

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Psalm xviii. Diligam te, Domine. T WILL love thee, O Lord, my strength; the I Lord is my stony rock, and my .de | fence : my Saviour, my God, and my might, in whom I will trust, my buckler, the horn also of my sal | va. tion, and my refuge.

2 I will call upon the Lord, which is | worthy : to be praised : so shall I be safe from · mine | enemies.

3 The sorrows of death compas sed l me : and the overflowings of un godli . ness made . me'a

fraid.

4 The pains of hell | came · about me: the snares of death o.ver took me.

5 In my trouble I will call upon the Lord : and com 1 plain · un to my | God.

6 So shall be hear my voice out of his holy | temple : and my complaint shall come before him, it shall enter | even in to · his ears.

7 The earth | trembled. and quaked : the very foundations also of the hills shook, and were re moved, because · he was | wroth.

8 There went a smoke out in · his presence : and a consuming fire out of his mouth, so that | coals · were kind. led l at it.

9 He bowed the heavens also, I and · came | down : and it was | dark | under · his feet.

10 He rode upon the cherubims, I and · did fly: he came flying up on · the ) wings of the | wind.

11 He made darkness his secret | place : his pavilion round about him with dark water, and . thick | clouds to cover him.

12 At the brightness of his presence his | clouds re | moved : hail | stones and coals of 1 fire.

13 The Lord also thundered out of heaven, and the Highest I gave · his | thunder : hail | stones. and | coals of fire.

14 He sent out his arrows · and | scattered them; he cast forth | light.nings and destroyed them.

15 The springs of waters were seen, and the foundations of the round world were discovered, at thy | chiding, .0 | Lord: at the blasting of the | breath of thy dis pleasure.

16 He shall send down from on high to l fetch me : and shall take me out of | ma · ny | waters.

17 He shall deliver me from my strongest enemy, and from them · which I hate me: for they are . too | mighty for me.

18 They prevented me in the day of · my trouble : but the Lord · was | my · up | holder.

19 He brought me forth also into a place · of liberty: he brought me forth, even because he had a favour · un to me.

20 The Lord shall reward me after my l righte. ous | dealing: according to the cleanness of my | hands | shall · he I recompense me,

21 Because I have kept the 1 ways of the Lord: and have not forsaken my | Göd, · as the wick ed | doth.

22 For I have an eye unto all · his | laws : and will not cast | out · his com | mand ments from me.

23 I was also uncor / rupt · be fore him: and es / chewed · mine | own | wickedness.

24 Therefore shall the Lord reward me after my frighteous | dealing : and according to the cleanness of my l hands in his eye-sight.

25 With the holy | thou shalt be holy : and with a perfect | man · thou | shalt · be s perfect.

26 With the clean | thou · shalt be clean: and with the froward · thou shalt | learn frowardness.

27 For thou shalt save the people that are in. ad | versity : and shalt bring | down the · high looks · of the proud.

28 Thou also shalt | light my candle: the Lord my God shall make my dark ness 1 to be light..

29 For in thee I shall discomfit an | hosť- of 1 men: and with the help of my God | I shall · leap over · the wall.

30 The way of God is an undel fi · led | way : the word of the Lord also is tried in the fire; he is the defender of all them that I put their trust in

31 For who is God, I but the Lord: or who hath any | strength, except our | God?

32 It is God, that girdeth me with strength of | war: and maketh · my I way | perfect.

33 He maketh my feet. like harts' feet: and setteth · me | up · on 1 high.

34 He teacheth mine , hands to fight : and mine arms shall | break even a bow of I steel.

36 Thou hast given me the defence of thy · sal | vation : thy right hand also shall hold me up, and thy loving cor rection · shall | make · me great.

36 Thou shalt make room enough under me for . to go : that my foot · steps shall not | slide.

37 I will follow upon mine enemies, and lo• ver take them : neither will I turn again · till I 1 have · de stroyed them.

38 I will smite them, that they shall not be able · to stand: but I fall under i my feet.

39 Thou hast girded me with strength un | to. the battle: thou shalt throw | down · mine | ene · mies under me.

40 Thou hast made mine enemies also to turn their | backs · up I on me: and I shall de / stroy | them · that I hate me.

41 They shall cry, but there shall be / none · to | help them: yea, even unto the Lord shall they | cry, · but he shall · not | hear them.

42 I will beat them as small as the dust be fore •the | wind: I will cast them out as the clay · in the streets.

43 Thou shalt deliver me from the / strivings. of the people: and thou shalt make · me the / head of the heathen.

44 A people whom I have not | known : shall || serve me.

45 As soon as they hear of me they | shall.o|bey

me: but the strange children · shall dis | sem · ble | with me.

46 The strange children · shall | fail: and be afraid out of their | prisons.

47 The Lord liveth, and blessed be my strong | helper: and praised be the God of | my · sal vation.

48 Even the God that seeth that I be · al venged: and sub | dueth · the people · un | to me.

49 It is he that delivereth me from my cruel enemies, and setteth me up a | bove · mine | adversaries : thou shalt | rid me · from the wicked | man.

50 For this cause will I give thanks unto thee, O Lord, a | mong · the Gentiles: and sing 1 praises · un to. thy | Name.

51 Great prosperity giveth be un | to · his | King : and sheweth loving-kindness unto David his anointed, and unto his / seed · for | cv.er more.

Day 4.] MORNING PRAYER.

Pealm xix Cæli enarrant. THE heavens declare the glory of God: and

the firma · ment | sheweth · his handy work. 2 One day | telleth · an other : and one night certi fieth · an other.

3 There is neither | speech. nor | language : but their | voices · are I heard . a \ mong them.

4 Their sound is gone out in to · all | lands: and their words in to · the | ends of the world.

5 In them hath he set a tabernacle 1 for · the sun : which cometh forth as a bridegroom out of his chamber, and rejoiceth as a giant · to run · his

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