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the way of thy statutes, and thy right hand. : I fall keep it unto the end. 6 The sun shall not smite · 34 Give me understand thee by day'; nor the moon ing, and I shall keep thy law; by night. yea, I shall observe it with 7 The Lord shall preserve my whole heart.
thee from all evil : he shall 35 Make me to go in the preserve thy soul. path of thy commandments : 18 The Lord fhall prefor therein do I delight. serve thy going out, and thy
36 Incline my heart unto coming in, from this time thy, testimonies, and not to forth, and even for evermore. covetousness.
Psalm CXXII. 37 Turn away mine eyes froin beholding vanity; and T WAS glad when they quicken thou me in thy way. I said unto me, Let us go
38 Stablish thy word unto | into the house of the Lord. thy servant, who is devoted 2 Our feet shall stand to thy fear.
within thy gates, o Jerusa39 Turn away my re lem. proach which I fear: for thy | 3 Jerusalem is builded as a judgments are good. city that is compact toge.
40 Behold, I have longed ther; after thy precepts: quicken 4. Whither the tribes go me in thy righteousness. up, the tribes of the Lorde
unto the testimony of Israel, Psalm CXXI.
to give thanks unto the name I WILL lift up mine eyes of the Lord. 1 unto the hills from whence 5 For there are fet cometh my help.
thrones of judgment; the 2 My help cometh from thrones of the house of Dathe Lord, which made hea- | vid. ven and earth.
1 6. Pray for the peace of 3 He will not suffer thy Jerusalem : they shall proffoot to be moved: he that 'per that love thee. keepeth thee will not fum- 7 Peace be within thy ber.
walls, and prosperity within 4. Behold, he that keepeth thy palaces, Ifrael, fhall neither slumber 18 For my brethren and por fieep.
companions fakes, I will now 5 The Lord is thy keeper: say, Peace be within thee.. the Lord is thy shade upon 9 Because of the house of
the Lord our God, I will seek 5 Then the proud waters thy good.
. had gone over our soul."
6 Blessed be the Lord, who
hath not given us as a prey to T INTO thee lift I up their teeth,' U mine eyes, 0 thou
1 7 Our soul is escaped as a that dwellelt in the heavens, bird out of the snare of the - 2 Behold, as the eyes of
fowlers; the snare is broken, servants look unto the hand of , and we are escaped.. Et their masters, and as the eyes 8 Our help is in the name of a maiden unto the hand of of the Lord, who made hen. .her mistress ; so our eyes wait ven and earth. upon the Lord our God, until that he have mercy upon PSALM CXXV. us.
3 Have mercy upon us, THEY that trust in the O Lord, have mercy upon
Lord Mall be as mount us: for we are exceedingly | Zion, which cannot be refilled with contempt.. moved, but abideth for ever.
4. Our soul is exceedingly | 2 As the mountains are filled with the scorning of round about Jerusalem, fo the those that are at ease, and Lord is round about his peowith the contempt of the ple, from henceforth even for proud,
1.3 For the rod of the Psalm CXXIV.
wicked shall not reft upon the TF it had not been the Lord lot of the righteous : left the
I who was on our side, now righteous put forth their may Israel say,
hands unto iniquity.. ! ż If it had not been 'the 4 Do good, O Lord, unta. Lord who was on our fide, those that be good, and to them when men rose up against that are upright in their us :
hearts.' 3 Then they had swallow- 5 As for fuch as turn aside ed us up quick, when their unto their crooked ways, the wrath was kindled againit Lord fhall lead them forth us:
with the workers of iniquity: 4 Then the waters had | but peace fhall be upon iloverwhelmed us, the stream rael, had gone over our soul :
PSALM CXXVI. \fruit of the womb is his re
ward. TITHEN the Lord 14 As arrows are in the
W turned again the hand of a mighty man; lo captivity of Zion, we were are children of the youth. like them that dream. 15 Happy is the man that
2 Then was our mouth hath his quiver full of them: filled with laughter, and our they shall not be ashamed, tongue with singing: then but they shall speak with the said they among the heathen, enemies in the gate. The Lord hath done great things for them.
I PSALM CXXVIII. 3 The Lord hath done DLESSED is every one great things for us: whereof that feareth the Lord ; we are glad.
that walketh in his ways. 4 Turn again our capti- 2 For thou shalt eat the vity, O Lord, as the streams labour of thine hands: happy in the south.
salt thou be, and it hall be 5 They that low in tears, well with thee. shall reap in joy..
3 Thy wife hall be as a 6 He that goeth forth and fruitful vine by the sides of weepeth, bearing precious thine house ; thy children like feed, shall doubtless come olive-plants round about thy again with rejoicing, bring-table. ing his sheaves with him. 4 Behold, that thus shall Pam CXXVII the man be blessed that fear
eth the Lord. TEXCEPT the Lord build 5 The Lord Thall bless
the house, they labour thee out of Zion: and thou in vain that build it: except shalt see the good of Jeruthe Lord keep the city, the falem all the days of thy watchman waketh but in life. . vain.
1 6 Yea, thou shalt see thy 2 It is vain for you to children's children, and peace rise up early, to fit up late, I upon Israel. to eat the bread of sorrows : for so he giveth his beloved
. Psalm CXXX. sleep.',
O UT of the depths have 3 Lo, children are an he- U I cried unto thee, O ritage of the Lord, and the Lord.
* 2 Lord, 2 Lord, hear my voice : 1. Psalm CXXXIII. let thine ears be attentive to the voice of my supplica- | DEHOLD, how good tions.
D and how pleasant it is, 3 If thou, Lord, shouldest for brethren to dwell togemark iniquities, O Lord, Ither in unity! who shall stand ?
1 2 It is like the precious 4 But there is forgiveness ointment upon the head, that with thee, that thou mayestran down upon the beard, be feared,
even Aaron's beard, that went 5 I wait for the Lord, I down to the skirts of his garmy soul doth wait, and in ments : his word do I hope.
| 3 As the dew of Hermon, 6 My soul waiteth for the land as the dew that descended Lord more than they that upon the mountains of Zion: watch for the morning: Il for there the Lord commanda fay, more than they that watched the blessing, even life for for the morning.
evermore. 7 Let Ifrael hope in the Lord: for with the Lord / PSALM CXXXVII. there is mercy, and with him D Y the rivers of Babyis plenteous redemption. TB ion there we sat down,
8 And he shall redeem yea, we wept, when we re*Ifrael from all his iniqui- ['membered Zion. ties.
2 We hanged our harps * Psalm CXXXI.
| upon the willows in the midst
thereof. ORD, my heart is not 3 For there they that
haughty, nor mine eyes carried us away captive relofty: neither do I exercise quired of us a song : and they myself in great matters, or that wasted us required of us in things too high for me. mirth, saying, Sing us one of
2 Surely I have behaved the songs of Zion. and quieted myself as a child 4 How shall we sing the that is weaned of his mother: Lord's song in a strange my soul is even as a weaned land? child.
5 If I forget thee, O Je3 Let Israel hope in the rufalem, ler my right hand Lord from henceforth and forget her cunning. · for ever.
6. If I do not remember
thee, thee, let my tongue cleave | Lord. to the roof of my mouth: if 6 Though the Lord be I prefer not Jerusalem above high, yet hath he respect unto my chief joy.
the lowly : but the proud he cony Remember, O Lord, the knoweth afar off....5 children of Edom in the day 7 Though I walk in the of Jerufalem ; who said, Rale midst of trouble, thou wilt it, rafe it, even to the foun-revive me: thou shalt stretch dation thereof.
forth-thine hand against the 8 O daughter of Babylon, wrath of mine enemies, and who art to be destroyed : | thy right hand shall save happy fall he be that re-me. warded thee as thou hast 8 The Lord will perfect fevved us.
that which concerneth me: 9 Happy Mall he be that thy mercy, O Lord, endureth taketh and dasheth thy little for ever : forsake not the ones against the stones. works of thine own hands.
Psalm CXXXVIII. PSALM CXXXIX, T Will praise thee with my Lord, thou hast search
whole heart : before the w ed me, and known me. gods will I sing praise unto 2 Thou knoweft my thee.
| down-fitting and mine up2 I will worship toward rising, thou understandest my thy holy temple, and praise thought afar off. thy name, for thy loving- 3 Thou compassest my kindness and for thy truth : path and my lying down, for thou hast magnified thy and art acquainted with all word above all thy name. my ways.
3. In the day when I 4 For there is not a word cried thou answeredít me, in my tongue, but lo; O and strengthenedft me with Lord, thou knowest it altostrength in my soul.
gether. 4 All the kings of the 5 Thou hast beset me beearth shall praise thee, hind and before, and laid Lord, when they hear the thine hand upon me. words of thy mouth. 16 Such knowledge is too
is Yea, they shall fing in wonderful for me: it is high, the ways of the Lord : for I cannot attain unto it. great is the glory of the 7 Whither shall I go from