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eth of vanity, and their right
6 So that men shall speak hand is a right hand of ini- of the might of thy marvellous quity.
acts: and I will also tell of 12 That our fons may grow thy greatness. up as the young plants : and 7 The memorial of thine that our danghters may be as abundant kindness shall be the polished corners of the Thewed: and men fhall sing temple.
of thy righteousness. 13 That ourgarners may be 8 The Lord is gracious, and full and plenteous with all man- merciful: long-suffering, and ner of store : that our sheep of great goodness. may bring forth thousands, and
9 The Lord is loving unto ten thousands in our streets. every man: and his
mercy is 14 That our oxen may be over all his works. strong to labour, that there be 10 Allthy works praise thee, no decay: no leading into cap- O Lord: and thy faints give tivity, and no complaining in thanks "untó thee. our streets.
1 They shew the glory of 15 Happy are the people thy kingdom: and talk of thy that are in such a case: yea, power ; blessed are the people who have 12 That thy power, thy the Lord for their God. glory, and mightiness of thy Psalm 145. Exaltabo te, Deus. kingdom : might be known
Will magnify thee, O God, unto men.
my King: and I will praise 13 Thy kingdom is an everthy Name for ever and ever. lasting kingdom: and thy do
2 Every day will I give minion endureth throughout thanks unto thee: and praise all ages. thy Name for ever and ever. 14 The Lord upholdeth all 3 Great is the Lord, and such as fall: and lifteth up
all marvellous, worthy to be praif those that are down. ed: there is no end of his
great- 15 The eyes of all wait upon ness.
thee, O Lord: and thou givest 4 Onegeneration shall praise them their meat in due season. thy works unto another: and 16 Thou openest thine hand: declare thy power.
and fillest all things living with 5 As for me, I will be talk- plenteousness. ing of thy worship: thy glo- 17 The Lord is righteous ry, thy praise, and wonderous in all his ways : and holy in
all his works.
P PRI have any being, I will sing is a good thing to ling
18 The Lord is nigh unto 7 The Lord looseth men all them that call upon him: out of prison: the Lord giv. yea, all such as call upon him eth sight to the blind. faithfully.
8 The Lord helpeth them 19 He will fulfil the desire that are fallen: the Lord careth of them that fear him: he also for the righteous. will hear their cry, and will 9 The Lord careth for the
strangers, he defendeth the fa20 The Lord preserveth all therless and widow: as for the them that love him: but scat- way of the ungodly, he turntereth abroad all the ungodly. eth it upside down.
21 My mouth shall speak the 1o The Lord thy God, O praise of the Lord: and let all Sion, shall be King for everHesh give thanks unto his holy more: and throughout all geName for ever and ever. nerations. Psalm 146. Lauda, anima mea.
Raise the Lord, my soul, EVENING PRAYER.
while I live will I praise the Lord : yea, as long as I
Psalm 147. Laudate Dominum.
Praise the Lord, for it praises unto my God.
2 O put not your trust in praises unto our God: yea, a princes, nor in any child of joyful and pleasant thing it is man : for there is no help in to be thankful. them.
2 The Lord dath build up 3 For when the breath of Jerusalem : and gather togeman goeth forth, he shall turn ther the out-cafts of Israel. again to his earth: and then 3 He healeth those that are all his thoughts perish. broken in heart : and giveth
4 Blessed is he that hath the medicine to heal their sickness. Godof Jacob for his help: and 4 He telleth the number of whose hope is in the Lord his the stars : and calleth them all
by their names 5 Who made heaven and 5 Great is our Lord, and earth, the fea, and all that great is his power: yea, and therein is: who keepeth this his wisdom is infinite. promise for ever;
6 The Lord fetteth up the 6 Who helpeth them to right meek: and bringeth the unthat suffer wrong: who feed-godly down to the ground. eth the hungry.
7 O sing unto the Lord
with thanksgiving: sing prai- | with his wind, and the waters fes upon the harp unto our flow. God;
19 He sheweth his word un8 Who covereth the hea- to Jacob: his statutes and orven with clouds, and prepar- dinances unto Ifrael. eth rain for the earth: and 20 He hath not dealt fo maketh the grass to grow up with any nation : neither have on the mountains, and herb the heathen knowledge of his for the use of men;
laws. 9 Who giveth fodder unto Psalm 148. Laudate Dominum. : the cattle: and feedeth the Praise the Lord of hea
young ravens that call upon ven: praise him in the him.
height. 10 He hath no pleasure in 2 Praise him, all ye angels of · the strength of an horse : nei- his: praise him, all his hoft. ther delighteth he in any mans 3
Praise him,sun and moon: · legs.
praise him, all ye stars and 11 But the Lords delight is light. in them that fear him: and put 4
Praise him, all ye heavens: their trust in his mercy.
and ye waters that are above 12 Praise the Lord, O Jeru- the heavens. falem: praise thy God, O Sion. 5 Let them praise the Name
13 For he hath made fast of the Lord: for he spake the the bars of thy gates: and word, and they were made, he hath blessed thy children with commanded, and they were in thee.
created. 14 He maketh peace in thy
6 He hath made them faft borders: and filleth thee with for ever and ever: he hath the Aour of wheat.
given them a law which shall Hesendeth forth his com- not be broken. mandment upon earth : and 7 Praise the Lord upon earth: his word runneth very swiftly. ye dragons and all deeps ;
16 He giveth snow like 8 Fire and hail, snow and wool: and scattereth the hoar- vapours: wind and storm, fulE frost like ashes.
filling his word; 17 He casteth forth his ige 9 Mountains and all hills: like morsels: who is able to fruitful trees and all cedars; : abide his frost?
10 Beasts and all cattle: 18 He sendeth out his word, worms and feathered fowls; and melteth chem: he bloweth 11 Kings of the earth andall
people : princes and all judges 6 Let the praises of God be of the world;
in their mouth : and a two12 Young men and maidens, | edged sword in their hands; old men and children, praise 3 To be avenged of the the Name of the Lord: for his heathen: and to rebuke the Name only is excellent, and his people ; praise above heaven and earth.
8 To bind their kings in 13 He shall exalt the horn chains : and their nobles with of his people, all his faints shall links of iron. praise him: even the children 9 That they may be avenged of Israel, even the people that of them, as it is written : Such ferveth him.
honour have all his saints. Psam 149. Cantate Domino. Pfalm 150. Laudate Dominum.
Sing unto the Lord a Praise God in his holi
new song: let the con- ness : praise him in the gregation of faints praise him. firmament of his power.
2 Let Israel rejoice in him 2 Praise him in his noble that made him: and let the acts : praise him according to children of Sion be joyful in his excellent greatness. their King
3 Praise him in the found 3 Let them praise his Name of the trumpet : praise him in the dance: let them sing upon the lute and harp. praises unto him with tabret 4 Praise him in the cymbals and harp.
and dances : praife him upon 4 For the Lord hath plea- the strings and pipe. fure in his people: and helpeth 5 Praise him upon the wellthe meek-hearted.
tuned cymbals : praise him 5 Let the saints be joyful upon the loud cymbals. with glory: let them rejoice in 6 Let everything that hath their beds.
breath : praise the Lord.
( The Morning and Evening Service to be daily used at Sea, shall be the same which is appointed in the Book of Common
Prayer. 4 These two following Prayers are Prayers to be used in Storms at Sea.
to be also used in His Majesty's | O Lord God, at whole com
Navy every day.
mand the winds blow, and lift up Eternal Lord God, who the waves of the sea, and who stil alone spreadest out the left the rage thereof; We thy crea
heavens, and rulest the tures, but miserable finners, do in Eraging of the sea; who hast-com- this our great distress cry unto
palled the waters with bounds thee for help: Save, Lord, or else until day and night come to an we perith. We confess, when we end ; Be pleased to receive into have been safe, and seen all things thy Almighty and most gracious quiet about us, we have forgot . protection the persons of us thy thee our God, and refused to servants, and the Fleet in which hearken to the still voice of thy we serve. Preserve us from the word, and to obey thy command
dangers of the sea, and from the ments: But now we see how ter- violence of the enemy, that we rible thou art in all thy works of may be a safeguard unto our most wonder; the great God to be gracious Sovereign Lord King feared above all: And therefore GEORGE, and his kingdoms, we adore thy divine Majesty, acand a security for such as pass on knowledging thy power, and imthe seas upon their lawful occa- ploring thy goodness. Help, Lord, fions; that the inhabitants of our and save us for thy mercies sake in Inand may in peace and quietness Jesus Christ thy Son our Lord. serve thee our God, and that we Amen. may return in safety to enjoy the
Or this, blessings of the land, with the fruits of our labours; and with
Most glorious and gracious O
Lord God, who dwellest in thankful remembrance of thy heaven, but beholdest all things mercies, to praise and glorify thy below Look down, we beseech holy Name, thiough Jesus Christ thee, and hear us, calling out of our Lord. Amen.
the depth of misery, and out of
the jaws of this death, which is The Collect.
ready now to swallow us up: Save, Revent us, O Lord, in all our Lord, or else we perish. The live
doings, with thy most graci- ing, the living shall praise thee. O ous favour, and further us with send thy word of command to rethy continual help; that in all our buke the raging winds, and the works begun, continued, and end-roaring fea, that we being delivered in thee, we may glorify thy ho- ed from this distress, may live to ly Name, and finally by thy mer- serve thee,and to glorify thy Name sy obtain everlasting life, through all the days of our life. Hear, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Lord, and save us, for the infinite