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PS al. XVIII.

2. "TWill call upon the Lord, which is A worthy to be praised: so shall I be safe from mine enemies.

c. In my trouble I will call upon the Lord, and complain unto my God.

6: So shall he hear my voice out of his holy temple: and my complaint shall come before him, it shall enter ev'n into his ears. .' .' .>;. .7.

47;. The Lord liveth, and blessed be my strong helper: and praised be the God of my salvation.:

By Dr. Maurice Greene, Organist and Composer to his Majesty; Master of his Majesty's Band of Mustek, Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral, and Professor of Mustek to the University of Cambridge.

PS al. XCVI.

Sing unto the Lord a new song: sing unto the Lord all the whole earth. 2. Sing unto the Lord, and praise his Name: be telling of his salvation from day to day. 3. De

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3. Declare his honour unto the heathen: and his wonders unto all people.

4. For the Lord is great, and cannot worthily be praised: he is more to be fear'd than all Gods.

6. Glory and worship are before him: power and honour are in hi* sanctuary.

Psal. LXXXVI.

1. 1 10W down thine ear, O Lord, and X3 hear me: for I am poor and in

misery. .

2. Preserve thou my soul, for I am holy: my God, save thy servant that putteth his trust in thee.

3. Be merciful unto me, O God : for I will call daily upon thee. - -. '. ..

4. Comfort the soul 6f thy servant: for ilrito thee, O Lord, do I lift up my soul. Amen.

Psal. XXXIX.

5. T O R let me know my end, and

J 1 the number of my days i that I

may be certified how long 1 have t&live.

6. Thou hast made my days as it were a span long : and mine age is even as nothing in respect of thee, and verily every man living is altogether vanity. 7. For

7. For man walketh in a vain shadow, and disquieteth himself in vain: he heapeth up riches, and cannot tell who shall gather them.

8. And now, Lord, what is my hope: truly my hope is even in thee.

1 j. Hear my prayer, O Lord, and with thine ears consider my calling: hold not thy peace at my tears.

15. O spare me a little, that I may recover. my strength: before I go hence, and be

no more seen.

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Part os the CXIX. Psalm.

Twenty jixth Day, Evening Prayer.

I- 'T Call with my whole heart r hear me, Jl O Lord, and I will keep thy statutes.

2. Yea, even unto thee do I call: help me, and I {hall keep thy testimonies.

3. Early in the morning do I cry unto thee: for in thy word is my trust.

Psal. CXLII.

1.. T Cried unto the Lord with my> voice: JL yea, uafc* the Lord did I make my supplication. .

ib. I poured out. oay complaints before him: an,di mewed him my trouble* Full.

Psal. CXXXIX.

23-'T^RY me, O God, and seek the A ground of my heart: prove me,

and examine my thoughts.' 24. Look well if there be any way of

wickedness in me: and lead me in the

way everlasting.

The three last Verses of the CXIX. Psalm.

6. T Have longed for thy saving health> A O Lord: and in thy law is my de

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7. O let my soul live, and it shall praise thee: and thy judgments shall help me.

8.. I have gone astray like a sheep that is lost;: . O seek thy servant, for I do not forget thy commandments. -. .

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: - •. Psal. XC.

12. T' ORD, teach us to number our A J days: that, we may apply our

hearts unto wisdom.'

13. Turn thee again, O Lord, at the last: and be gracious unto thy servants.

14.O satisfy us with thy mercy, and that soon: so shall we rejoice and be glad all the days of our life.' Psal.

PsAl. CXIII.

1 .T) RAISE the Lord, ye servants: XT O praise the name of the Lord.

2. Blessed be the name of the Lord : from this time forth for evermore.

3. The Lord's name is praised: from the rising up of the sun unto the going down of the same.

j.. The Lord is high above all heathen: and his glory above the heavens.

PsAl. LIX.

16. T Will sing of thy power, O God, A and will praise thy mercy betimes

in the morning: for thou hast been my refuge in the day of my trouble.

17. Unto thee, O my strength, will I sing: for thou, O God, art my refuge, and my merciful God.

Ps Al. lx. 12. Through God will we do great acts : for it is he that mail tread down our enemies.

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