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Olet me not go wrong out of thy command


3 Thy words have I hid within my heart: that I should not finne against thee.

4 Bleffed art thou, O Lord: O teach me thy ftatutes.

s With my lips have I been telling: of all the judgements of thy mouth.

6 I have had as great delight in the way of thy teftimonies: as in all manner of riches.

7 I will talk of thy commandments: and. bave refpe&t unto thy wayes.

8 My delight fhall be in thy ftatutes: and I will not forget thy word.

Morning prayer.

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4- My foul melteth away for very heavineffe: comfort thou me according unto thy word.

5 Take from me the way of lying: and cause thou me to make much of thy law.

6 I have chofen the way of truth: and thy judgements have I laid before me.

7 I have fticken unto thy teftimonies: O Lord confound me not.

8 I will run the way of thy commandments: when thou haft fet my heart at libertie. Legem pone.


Each me, O Lord, the way
thy ftatutes: and I fhall keep it
unto the end.

2 Give me and I shall keep thy law: yea, I shall keep it with my whole heart.

3 Make me to go in the path of thy commandments: for therein is my defire.

4. Encline my heart unto thy teftimonies: and not to covetousneffe.

Adhafit pavimento.

Memor efto verbi tui.

Y foul cleaveth to the dust: O quicken
to thy word.
heardeft me: O teach me thy ftatutes.

2 I have knowledged my wayes, and thou Othy word: wherein thou haft caufed me


3 Make me to understand the way of thy commandments: and so fhall I talk of thy

5 O turn away mine eyes, left they behold vanitie: and quicken thou me in thy way.

6 O ftablish thy word in thy fervant: that I may fear thee.

7 Take away the rebuke that I am afraid of: for thy judgements are good.

8 Behold, my delight is in thy commandments: O quicken me in thy righteousneffe.

Et veniat fuper me.

Lord: even thy falvation, according
Et thy loving mercie come alfo unto me,

unto thy word.

2 So fhall I make answer unto my blafphe mers: for my trust is in thy word.

3 O take not the word of thy truth utterly out of my mouth: for my hope is in thy judge


4 So fhall I alway keep thy law: yea, for ever and ever.

5 And I will walk at libertie: for I feek thy commandments.

before kings: and will not be ashamed.
6 I will fpeak of thy teftimonies alfo, even

mandments: which I have loved.
7 And my delight fhall be in thy com-

commandments, which I have loved: and my
8 My hands alfo will I lift up unto thy
ftudie fhall be in thy ftatutes.

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to put my trust.

for thy word hath quickened me.
2 The fame is my comfort in my trouble:

derifion: yet have I not fhrinked from thy
3 The proud have had me exceedingly in


4 For I remembred thine everlafting judgements, O Lord: and received comfort.

I am horribly afraid: for the ungodly that forfake thy law.

6 Thy ftatutes have been my fongs: in the houfe of my pilgrimage.

in the night feafon: and have kept thy law.
7 I have thought upon thy name, O Lord,
8 This I had: because I kept thy command-


Portio mea, Domine.

Hou art my portion, O Lord: I have pro mifed to keep thy law.

2 I made my humble petition in thy pre

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Evening prayer.

fence with my whole heart: O be mercifull unto me according to thy word.

3 I called mine own wayes to remembrance and turned my feet unto thy teftimonies.

4 I made hafte and prolonged not the time: to keep thy commandments.

The congregation of the ungodly have robbed me: but I have not forgotten thy law. 6 At midnight I will rife to give thanks unto thee: because of thy righteous judge

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Defecit anima mea.

Y foul hath longed for thy falvation: Land I have a good hope because of thy



2 Mine eyes long fore for thy word: saying, Owhen wilt thou comfort me?

3 For I am become like a bottle in the fmoke: yet do I not forget thy ftatutes.

4 How many are the dayes of thy fervant; when wilt thou be avenged of them that perfecute me?

5 The proud have digged pits for me: which are not after thy law.

6 All thy commandments are true: they perfecute me falfly, O be thou my help.

7 They had almost made an end of me upon earth: but I forfook not thy commandments.

8 O quicken me after thy loving kindneffe: and so thall I keep the teftimonies of thy mouth.

In æternum Domine.


Lord thy word endureth for ever in heaven.

2 Thy truth alfo remaineth from one ge neration to another: thou haft laid the foun dation of the earth, and it abideth.

3 They continue this day according to thine ordinance: for all things ferve thee.

4 If my delight had not been in thy law: I fhould have perished in my trouble.

5 I will never forget thy commandments: for with them thou haft quickened me.

6 I am thine,oh fave me: for I have fought thy commandments.

7 The ungodly laid wait for me, to destroy me: but I will confider thy teftimonies.

8 I fee that all things come to an end; but thy commandment is exceeding broad.

Quomodo dilexi.

Ord, what love have I unto thy law: all the day long is my ftudie in it.

2 Thou through thy commandments haft made me wifer then mine enemies: for they are ever with me.


3 I have more understanding then my teachers: for thy teftimonies are my ftudie.

4 I am wifer then the aged: because I keep thy commandments.

5 I have refrained my feet from every evil way: that I may keep thy word.

6 I have not fhrunk from thy judgements: for thou teacheft me.

7 O how sweet are thy words unto my throat: yea fweeter then hony unto my mouth.

8 Through thy commandments I get underftanding: therefore I hate all wicked



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Morning prayer.

Lucerna pedibus meis. Hy word is a lantern unto my fect: and a light unto my paths. 2 I have fworn,and am fted. faftly purposed: to keep thy righteous judgements.

me according to thy

3 I am troubled above measure quicken 4 Let the free-will-offerings of my mouth please thee, O Lord: and teach me thý judge


5 My foul is alway in my hand: yet do I not forget thy law.

6 The ungodly have laid a fnare for me: but yet I fwarved not from thy command


7 Thy teftimonies have I claimed as mine heritage for ever: and why? they are the very joy of my heart.

8 I have applied my heart to fulfill thy ftatutes alway: even unto the end.


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2 Yea, even upon thee do I call: help me, and I fhall keep thy teftimonies. 3 Early in the morning do I cry unto thee: for in thy word is my trust.

4 Mine eyes prevent the night watches: that I might be occupied in thy words.

5 Heare my voice (O Lord) according unto thy loving kindneffe:quicken me according as thou art wont.

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Principes perfecuti funt.

Rinces have perfecuted me without a Princes caufe: but my heart ftandeth in awe of thy words.

2 I am as glad of thy word: as one that findeth great fpoils.

3 As for lies,I hate and abhorre them: but thy law do I love.

4 Seven times a day do I praife thee: because of thy righteous judgements.

5 Great is the peace that they have which love thy law: and they are not offended at it. 6 Lord,I have looked for thy faving health: and done after thy commandments.

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7 Olet my foul live,and it fall praise thee: and thy judgements fhall help me.

8 I have gone aftray like a fheep that is loft:oh feck thy fervant,for I do not forget thy commandments.

4 Yea, my tongue shall fing of thy word: for all thy commandments are righteous.

5 Let thine hand help me : for I have chofen thy commandments.

6 I have longed for thy faving health, O Lord and in thy law is my delight.

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7 My foul hath kept thy teftimonies: and loved them exceedingly.


8 I have kept thy commandments and teftimonies: for all my wayes are before thee, Appropinquet deprecatio.

Et my come before

LLord: give me understanding according unity in it felf.

6 I labour for peace,but when I fpeak unto them thereof: they make them ready to


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6 So that the funne fhall not burn thee by day: neither the moon by night.

7 The Lord fhall preferve thee from all evil: yea, it is even he thar fhall keep thy foul..

8 The Lord fhall preferve thy going out and thy coming in: from this time forth for


Lætatus fum. PSAL. 122.

Was glad when they faid unto me: We will
Igo into the houfe of the Lord.

2 Our feet fhall ftand in thy gates:,O

3 Jerufalem is builded as a city: that is at

4 For thither the tribes go up, even the tribes of the Lord: to teftifie unto Ifrael, to give thanks unto the name of the Lord.

5 For there is the feat of judgement: even the feat of the house of David.

6 O pray for the peace of Jerufalem: they fhall profper that love thee.

7 Peace be within thy walls: and plenteoufneffe within thy palaces.

8 For my brethren and companions fakes: I will with thee profperitie.

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Evening prayer.

9 Yea, because of the house of the Lord our God: I will feek to do thee good.


Ad te levavi oculos meos. Ps a L. 123.
Nto thee lift I up mine eyes: O, thou
that dyvelleft in the heavens.
2 Behold, even as the eyes of look
unto the hand of their matters,and as the eyes
of a maiden unto the hand of her mistreffe:
even fo our eyes wait upon the Lord our God,
untill he have mercy upon us.


3 Have mercy upon us, O Lord, have mercy upon us we are despised. 4 Our foul is filled with the fcornfull reproof of the wealthy and with the defpitefulneffe of the proud.

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4 Yea, the Lord hath done great things for us already: whereof we rejoyce.

5 Turn our captivity, OLord: as the ri vers in the fouth.

6 They that fow in teares: fhall reap in joy. 7 He that now goeth on his way weeping, and beareth forth good feed: fhall doubtle fle come again with joy, and bring his fheaves with him.

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6 The Lord from out of Sion fhall fo bleffe thee: that thou shalt fee Jerufalem in profperitie all thy life long.

7 Yea, that thou shalt fee thy childrens children: and not peace upon Ifrael.

full of them: they fhall not be ashamed when 6 Happy is the man that hath his quiver they speak with their enemies in the gate.

Beati omnes. PS AL. 128.

Leffed are all they that fear the Lord: and
Bwalk in his wayes.

z For thou fhalt eat the labours of thine hands:O well is thee,and happy fhalt thou be. 3 Thy wife fhall be as the fruitfull vine: upon the walls of thine house.

4 Thy children like the olive-branches: round about thy table.

5 Lo, thus fhall the man be blessed: that feareth the Lord.

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