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Thou hast with thine arm re- And cause thy face to shine, and deemed thy people,

we shall be saved. The sons of Jacob and Joseph. O LORD God of hosts, The waters saw thee, O God;

How long wilt thou be angry The waters saw thee, they were against the prayer of thy people? afraid:

Thou hast fed them with the The depths also trembled.

bread of tears, The clouds poured out water; And given them tears to drink in The skies sent out a sound : large measure. Thine arrows also went abroad.

Thou makest us a strife unto our The voice of thy thunder was in neighbours: the whirlwind;

And our enemies laugh among The lightnings lightened the

themselves. world:

Turn us again, O God of hosts; The earth trembled and shook. And cause thy face to shine, and Thy way was in the sea,

we shall be saved. And thy paths in the great wa

Thou broughtest a vine out of ters,

Egypt: And thy thy footsteps were not

Thou didst drive out the nations, known.

and plantedst it. Thou leddest thy people like a

Thou preparedst room before it, flock,

And it took deep root, and filled By the hand of Moses and Aaron. the land.

The mountains were covered with

the shadow of it, SELECTION 36

And the boughs thereof were like THE EIGHTEENTH DAY

cedars of God. EVENING WORSHIP

She sent out her branches unto Psalm 80 GIVE ear, O Shepherd of Israel, And her shoots unto the River.

Thou that leadest Joseph like a Why hast thou broken down her flock;

fences, Thou that sittest upon the cheru- So that all they which pass by bim, shine forth.

the way do pluck her? Before Ephraim and Benjamin The boar out of the wood doth and Manasseh, stir up thy might, ravage it, and come to save us.

And the wild beasts of the field Turn us again, O God;

feed on it.

the sea,

Turn again, we beseech thee, O self, where she may lay her young, God of hosts:

Even thine altars, O Lord of Look down from heaven, and be hosts, my King, and my God. hold, and visit this vine,

Blessed are they that dwell in And the stock which thy right thy house: hand hath planted,

They will be still praising thee. And the branch that thou madest Blessed is the man whose strong for thyself.

strength is in thee; It is burned with fire, it is cut

In whose heart are the high ways down:

to Zion. They perish at the rebuke of thy Passing through the valley of countenance.

Weeping they make it a place of Let thy hand be upon the man of springs; thy right hand,

Yea, the early rain covereth it Upon the son of man whom thou with blessings. madest strong for thyself.

They go

from strength to So shall we not go back from strength, thee:

Every one of them appeareth beQuicken thou us, and we will call fore God in Zion. upon thy name.

O LORD God of hosts, hear my Turn us again, O LORD God of prayer: hosts:

Give ear, O God of Jacob. Cause thy face to shine, and we Behold, O God our shield, shall be saved.

And look upon the face of thine

anointed. SELECTION 37

For a day in thy courts is better

than a thousand. THE NINETEENTH DAY

I had rather be a doorkeeper in MORNING WORSHIP

the house of my God, than to dwell Psalm 81

in the tents of wickedness. How amiable are thy tabernacles,

For the LORD God is a sun and a O LORD of hosts!

shield: My soul longeth, yea, even faint

The Lord will give grace and eth for the courts of the Lord;

glory: My heart and my flesh cry out

No good thing will he withhold unto the living God.

from them that walk uprightly. Yea, the sparrow hath found her

O Lord of hosts, blessed is the an house,

man that trusteth in thee. And the swallow a nest for her

EVENING WORSHIP

were

SELECTION 38

Truth springeth out of the earth; THE NINETEENTH DAY

And righteousness hath looked

down from heaven. PSALM 85

Yea, the LORD shall give that LORD, thou hast been favourable which is good; unto thy land:

And our land shall yield her inThou hast brought back the cap crease. tivity of Jacob.

Righteousness shall go before Thou hast forgiven the iniquity him; of thy people,

And shall make his footsteps a Thou hast covered all their sin. way to walk in.

Thou hast taken away all thy wrath:

SELECTION 39 Thou hast turned thyself from

THE TWENTIETH DAY the fierceness of thine anger.

MORNING WORSHIP Turn us, O God of our salvation,

Psalm 90 And cause thine indignation to LORD, thou hast been our dwelling ward us to cease.

place in all generations. Wilt thou be angry with us for Before the mountains ever?

brought forth, Wilt thou draw out thine anger Or ever thou hadst formed the to all generations?

earth and the world, Wilt thou not quicken us again: Even from everlasting to everlast

That thy people may rejoice in ing thou art God. thee?

Thou turnest man to destruction; Shew us thy mercy, O Lord,

And sayest, Return, ye children And grant us thy salvation.

of men. I will hear what God the LORD For a thousand years in thy sight will speak:

are but as yesterday when it is past, For he will speak peace unto his And as a watch in the night. people, and to his saints:

Thou carriest them away as with Surely his salvation is nigh them a flood; they are as a sleep: that fear him;

In the morning they are like grass That glory may dwell in our land.

which groweth up. Mercy and truth are met togeth In the morning it flourisheth, and er;

groweth up; Righteousness and peace have In the evening it is cut down, and kissed each other.

withereth.

us;

For we are consumed in thine Let thy work appear unto thy anger,

servants, And in thy wrath are we trou And thy glory upon their chilbled.

dren. Thou hast set our iniquities be And let the beauty of the LORD fore thee,

our God be upon us; and establish Our secret sins in the light of thy thou the work of our hands upon countenance. For all our days are passed away

Yea, the work of our hands esin thy wrath:

tablish thou it. We bring our years to an end as a sigh.

SELECTION 40 The days of our years are three

THE TWENTIETH DAY score years and ten,

EVENING WORSHIP Or even by reason of strength

Psalm 91 fourscore years ;

He that dwelleth in the secret Yet is their pride but labour and place of the Most High

Shall abide under the shadow of sorrow;

For it is soon gone, and we fly the Almighty. away.

I will say of the LORD, He is my Who knoweth the power of thine refuge and my fortress, anger,

My God, in whom I trust. And thy wrath according to the For he shall deliver thee from fear that is due unto thee?

the snare of the fowler, So teach us to number our days,

And from the noisome pestilence. that we may get us an heart of He shall cover thee with his pinwisdom.

ions, Return, O Lord; how long? and And under his wings shalt thou let it repent thee concerning thy take refuge: his truth is a shield servants.

and a buckler. O satisfy us in the morning with Thou shalt not be afraid for the thy mercy;

terror by night, That we may rejoice and be glad Nor for the arrow that fieth by all our days.

Make us glad according to the For the pestilence that walketh in days wherein thou hast afflicted us, darkness,

And the years wherein we have Nor for the destruction that wastseen evil.

eth at noonday.

day;

an

A thousand shall fall at thy side,

SELECTION 41 And ten thousand at thy right

THE TWENTY-FIRST DAY hand;

MORNING WORSHIP But it shall not come nigh thee.

Psalm 92:1-9, 12-15 Only with thine eyes shalt thou It is a good thing to give thanks behold, and see the reward of the

unto the LORD, wicked.

And to sing praises unto thy For thou, O LORD, art my refuge! name, O Most High:

Thou hast made the Most High To shew forth thy lovingkindthy habitation;

ness in the morning, There shall no evil befall thee, And thy faithfulness every night,

Neither shall any plague come With instrument of ten nigh thy tent.

strings, and with the psaltery; For he shall give his angels charge With a solemn sound upon the over thee, to keep thee in all thy harp. ways.

For thou, LORD, hast made me They shall bear thee up in their

glad through thy work: hands, lest thou dash thy foot

I will triumph in the works of thy against a stone.

hands. Thou shalt tread upon the lion

How great are thy works, O and adder:

LORD! The young lion and the serpent Thy thoughts are very deep. shalt thou trample under feet.

A brutish man knoweth not; Because he hath set his love upon Neither doth a fool understand me, therefore will I deliver him:

this: I will set him on high, because he

When the wicked spring as the hath known my name.

grass, He shall call upon me, and I will

And when all the workers of inanswer him;

iniquity do flourish; I will be with him in trouble :

It is that they shall be destroyed I will deliver him, and honour

for ever: him.

But thou, O Lord, art on high for With long life will I satisfy him,

evermore. and shew him my salvation.

For, lo, thine enemies, O LORD, for lo, thine enemies shall perish;

All the workers of iniquity shall be scattered.

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