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as nothing in respect of thee, and verily every man living is altogether vanity.
7. For man walketh in a vain shadow, and disquieteth himself in vain: he heapethup riches, ^nd cannot tell who mall gather them.
8. And now, Lord, what is my hope? truly my hope is even in thee.
12. When tho.u with rebukes doth chasten man for fin, thou makest his beauty to consume away, like as it were a moth fretting a garment: every man therefore is but vanity,
13. Hear my prayer, O Lo$p, and with thine ears consider my cabling : hold not thy peace at my tears,
1.4. For I am a, stranger with thee, and a fpjourner: as aU my fathers were.
15. O spar? me a little, that I may recover my strength s before I go hence, and be n<? more &£«.
By Mr. Pelham Humphreys, Master of the Children, and one of the Gent, of the Chapel to K. Charles II. and K. James II.
IKE as the hart desireth the water-brooks: so longeth my soul after thee, O God. 2. My soul is a thirst for even for the living God: when shall I come to appear before the presence of God?
3. My tears have been my meat day and night: while they daily say unto me; Where is now thy God?
4. Now when I think thereupon, I pour out my heart by my self: for I went with the multitude, and brought them forth into the house of God.
5. In the voice of praise and thanksgiving: among such as keep holy-day.
6. Why art thou so full of heaviness, O my soul : and why art thou so disquieted within me?
j~. O put thy trust in God: for I will yet give him thanks for the help of his countenance.
PsAl. XLIV. Four
5. HH H O U art my King, O God, Bass,
J_ send help unto Jacob. T1O0
6. Through thee will we overthrow our^"""' enemies: and in thy name will we tread untrthem under that rise up against us.
7. For I will not trust in my bow: it is not my sword that shall help me.
8. But it is thou that sav'st us from our enemies: and puttest them to confusion that hate us.
5. Thou art my King, O God, &c.
9. We make our boast of God all day long: and will praise thy name for ever.
By Mr. William Tucker, one os the Gentlemen of the Chapel to King Charles II. flfir,
Will magnify thee, O God, my King: and I will praise thy Name for ever and ever. 2. Every day will I give thanks unto thee : and praise thy Name for ever and ever. . . t
Great is the Lord and marvellous, wor-
One generation shall praise thy works
So that men shall speak of the might
'thesecond Part of the CXIXth Psalm. r«»
1. T T T Herewithal shall a young man j-wfl
V V cleanse his way? eVeh by rulingTrtUts'. himself aster thy word.
2. With my whole heart have I sought thee:
0 let me not go wrong out of thy com-
3. Thy words have I hid within my heart:
4v Blessed art thou, O Lord: O teach me thy statutes.
5. With my lips have I been telling: of all the judgments of thy mouth.
6. I have had as great delight in the way of thy testimonies : as in all manner of riches. . .• •
ji I will talk of thy commandments: and
. have respect unto thy ways. 8* My delight shall be in thy statutes: and
1 will not forget thy word, .