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drite heart, O. God, thalt thou nothing that thou hast made, not despise.
who wouldest not the death of a O be favourable and gracious finner, but that he should rather unto Sion: build thou the walls turn from his fin and be saved; of Jerusalem.
Mercifully forgive us our tres Then shalt thou be plea fee with passes ; receive and comfort us, the sacrifice of righteousness, who are grieved and wearied with the burnt-offerings, and with the burden of our fins. Thy oblations : then all they offer property is always to have meryoung bullocks upon thine altar. cy to thee only it appertaineth
Glory be to the Father, &C. to forgive fins. Spare us there
As it was in the beginning, &c. "fore, good Lord, fpare thy peoLord, have mercy upon us. ple whom thou hast redeemed
; Cbrift, have mercy upon us. enter not into judgement with Lord, have mercy upon us. thy servants, who are vile carth,
ÚR Father which art in and miserable finners; but lo
heaven, Hallowed be thy turn thine anger from us, who
Min. O Lord, save thy servants, followeth, after the Minifier.
vourable to thy people, who v Anfw, And evermore mighti- turn to thee in weeping, falling, dy defend them.
and praying; For thou art a Min. Help us, O God our Sa- merciful God, full of compalli,
or, long-suffering, and of great Answ. And for the glory of thy pity. Thou spareit when we den Name deliver us; be merciful to serve punishment, and in thy, us finne s, for thy Name's fake. wrath thinkelt upon meroy.
Min. O Lord, hear our prayer; Spare thy people, good Lord,
Anfroer. And let our cry come spare them, and let not thine unto thee.
heritage be brought to confya Minister. Let us pray.
fion. Hear us, O Lord, for thy O LORD We befeeck thee mere great, And after che
mercifully hear our pray: multitude of thy mercies 100k ers, and spare all those who con- upon us, through the merits and fers their fins unto thee; that mediation of thy blessed Son Jethey whose consciences by fin. fus Christ out Lord. Amen. are accused, by thy merciful par- ghen the Minister alone fall say, don may be absolved, through Thus, the Lord life up the Christ our Lord. Amen.
Moft mighty God and mer- light of his countenance upon
ciful Father, who haft com- us, and give us peace now and paffion upon all men, and hatert for evermore. Amen, 10
PSALTER or PSALMO
D A VY-D,
Pointed as they are to be sung or faid in
THE FIRST DAY. MORNING PRAYER. 2 The kings of the PSAL.1. Beatus vir, qui non abiit. stand up, and the nders take
counsel together : a: inft tile hath not walked in the counsel of the ungodly, nor afunder: and cast away thcia
us break t cir hores food in the way of linners : cords from us. and hath not fat in the seat of
4 He that dwelleth in heaven the scornful. 2 But his delight is in the law Lord thall have them in derific.
shall laugh them to se m : the of the Lord : and in his law will he exercise himself day and them in his wrath ; and vex
5 Then Thall he fpeak unto night.
them in his fore displeasure. 3 And he Mall be like a tree 6 Yer have I fet my king: planted by the water-lide : that will bring forth his fruit in due upon my holy hill of Şion. season..
7 I will preach the law,
whereof the Lord hath said un4 His leaf also Ahall not wi- to me: Thou art my Son, this ther : and look, whatsoever he day have I begotten thee. doeth it shall prosper.
& Desire of me, and I shall 5 As for the ungodly, it is give thee the heathen for thine not so with them : but they are inheritance : and the utmost like the chaff which the wind parts of the earth for thy porscattereth away from the face feffion. of the earth. 6 Therefore the ungodly fall a rod of iron : and break them
9 Thou malt bruise them with not be able to stand in the judge. in pieces like a potter’s vessel, ment : neither the finners in the
19 Be wife now therefore, O congregation of the righteous. 7 But the Lord knoweth the ye kings : be learned, ye that
are judges of the earth. way of the righteous : and the
11 Serve the Lord in fear : way of the ungodly shall pe- and rejoice unto him with re. rith. PSAL. 2. Quare fremuerunt 12 Kiss the Son, lest he be gentes
angry, and so ye perish from riously rage together : and kindled (yea, but a little) blessed why do the people imagine a are all they that put their trust vain thing?
PS4L. 3. Domine, quid multi 7.Lord, lift thou up: the light plicati?
of thy countenance upon us. L
ORD, how are they increaf 8 Thou hatt put gladness in
ed that trouble me: many, my heart : Gince the time that are they that rise against me. their corn and wine, and oil
2 Many one there be that by increased. of my foul : There is no help 9. I will lay me down in peace, for him in his God.
and take my reft : for it is thou, 3. But thou, O Lord, art my Lord, only that makest me defender : thou art my worship, dwell in safety. and the lifter up of my head.
PSAL. 5. Verba mea auribus. 4 I did call upon the Lord with m voice and he heard me out Ponder my words, O Lord :
2 O hearken thou unto the 51 laid me down and slepe voice of my calling, my King and rofe up again : for the Lord and my God : forunto thee fuftaired me
will I make my prayer. 6 I will not be afraid for ten thousands of the people : that betimes, O Lord : early in the
3. My voice fialt thou hear have fet themselves against me morning will I direct my pray: sound about.
unto thee, and will look 7 Up, Lord, and help me,
up. O my God : for thou smiteft ali
4 For thou art the God that mine enemies upon the cheek- haft no pleasure in wickedness : bone; thou haft broken the neither shall any evil dwell with teeth of the ungodly.
thee. 8 Salvation belongeth unto the Lord : and thy blessing is stand in thy fight : for thou
5 Such as he foolish shall not upon thy people.
hatest all them that work va“. PSAL. 4. Cum invocarem.
nity EAR me when I call, O Thou shalt destroy them thou haft ret me at liberty when will abhor both the blood-thirtty I was in trouble ; have mercy and deceitful man. upon me, and hearken ynto my 7 But as for me I will come prayer.
into thine house, even upon the 2 Oye fons of men, how long multitude of thy mercy: and in will ye blaspheme mine honour: thy fear will I worship toward and have such pleasure in vani- thy holy temple. ty, and seek after leafing? 8 Lead me, O Lord, in thy
3. Know this also, that the righteousness, because of mine Lord hath chosen to himself the enemies : make thy way plain man that is godly: when I call before my face. upon the Lord, he will hear me. 9. For there is no faithfulness
4 Stand in awe, and fin not: in his mouth : their inward commune with your own heart, parts are very wickedness. and in your chamber, and be 10 Their throat is an open ftill.
sepulchre ; they fatter with 5 offer the facrifice of right- their tongue. cousness : and put your truit in 11 Destroy thou them, o the Lord,
God; let them perish through 6 There be many that say: their own imaginations : cast Who will shew us any good them out in the multitude of
Hommy highteousness that peaks feating en reke hora
their ungodliness; for they have 2 Left he devour my forl like rebelled againīt thee.
a lion, and tear it in pieces: 12 And let all them that put while there is none to help. their trust in thee rejoice : they 3 O Lord my God, if I have tall ever be giving of thanks, done any such thing : because thou defendest them thore be any wickedness in my they that love thy Name, shall hands; be joyful in thee.
4 If I have rewarded evil un73 For thou, Lord, wilt give to him that dealt friendly with thy blessing unto the righteous: me : yea, I have delivered him and with thy favourable kind. that without any cause is mino ness wilt thou defend him, as enemy; with a shield.
5 Then let mine enemy per
fecute my soul, and take me: EVENING PRAYER.
yea, let him tread my life down PSAL. 6, Domine, ne. upon the earth, and lay mine O
Lord, rebuke me not in honour in the duft.
thine indignation : neither : 6 Stand up, O Lord, in thy chaften me in thy displeasure. wrath, and lift up thyself, be
2 Have mercy upon me, o cause of the indignation of mine Lord, for I am weak : O Lord, enemies : arise up for me in the heal me ; for my bones are judgement that thou haft comvexed.
manded. 3. My soul also is fore trou 7 And so fhall the congregabled: but, Lord, how long wilt tion of the people come about thou punish me?
thee : for their fakes therefore 4 Turn thee, O Lord, and lift up thyself again. deliver my soul : O save me for 8 The Lord Tall judge the thy mercies fake.
people ; give sentence with me, 5 For in death no man re O Lord : according to my rightmembereth thee : and who will eousness, and according to the give thee thanks in the pit ? innocency that is in me.
6 I am weary of my groaning; 9 let the wickedness of the every night wash I my bed : and ungodly come to an end : but water my couch with my tears. guide thou the juft.
? My beauty is gone for very 10 For the righteous God: trouble : and worn away be- trieth the very hearts and reins, cause of all mine enemies.
11 My help cometh of God: 8 Away from me, all ye that who preferveth them that are work vanity : for the Lord hath true of heart. heard the voice of my weeping. 12 God is a righteous judge,
9 The Lord hath heard my strong, and patient : and God is petition : the Lord will receive provoked every day. my prayer.
13 If a man will not turn, 10 All mine enemies shall be he will whec his sword : he confounded, and fore vexed : hath bent his bow, and made it they shall be turned back, and ready.. put to shame suddenly.
14 He hath prepared for him PSAL. 7. Domine, Deus meus. the instruments of death : he or
my God, in thee have daineth his arrows against the I put my trust : save me persecutors. from all them that persecute 15 Behold, he travaileth with me, and deliver me;
mise lief :? he hath conceived MORNING PRAYER
PSAL. 9. Confitebor tibi,
marvellous works. 17 For his travail shall come 2 I will be glad and rejoice upon his own head : and his in thee: yea, my fongs will i wickedness shall fall on his own make of thy Name, O thou moft pate.
Highest. 18 I will give thanks unto While mine enemies åre the Lord, according to his driven back : they Mall fall and righteousness : and I will praise perish at thy prefence. the Name of the Lord most 4 For thou hast maintained High.
my right, and my cause : thou PSAL. 8. Domine, Dominus nofter. right.
art set in the throne that judgest Lord our Governor, how 5 . the world thou that haft fet ly': thou hast put out their name thy glory above the heavens !
for ever and ever. 2 Out of the mouth of very
6 O thou enemy, destructions babes and sucklings haft thou are come to a perpetual end : ordained strength, because of even as the cities which thou thine enemies : that thou might- haft destroyed; their memorial est still the enemy and the a is perished with them. venger.
7 But the Lord shall endure 3 For I will consider thy hea- for ever : he hath also prepared vens, even the works of thy fin- his seat for judgement. gers : the moon and the stars 8 For he hall judge the which thou hast ordained. world in righteousness; and
4 What is man, that thou art minister true judgement unto mindful of him : and the son of the people. man that thou vifiteft him? 9 The Lord also will be a de
5 Thou madest him lower fence for the oppressed : even a than the angels : to crown him refuge in due time of trouble. with glory and worship.
10 And they that know thy 6 Thou makest him to have Name, will put their trust in dominion of the works of thy thee ! for thou, Lord, haft hands : and thou hatt put all never failed them that seek things in subjection under his thee.
11 O praise the Lord which 7. All Theep and oxen : yea, dwelleth in Sion : ihew the and the beasts of the field; people of his doings. 8 The fowls of the air and
12 For when he maketh the fishes of the fea ; and what. inquisition for blood, he resoever walketh through the membereth them: and forpaths of the seas.
getteth not the complaint of 90 Lord our Governor : how the poor. excellent is thy Name in all the 13 Have mercy upon me, world!
O Lord, consider the trouble