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1 I WILL sing of the mércies. . of the Lord for | ever :
With my mouth will I make known
| ations. For I have said, * Mercy shall be built | up for
| ever; Thy faithfulness shalt Thou estáblish | in the | ve ry I heavens, 2 I have made a covenant
My I chosen,
liave | sworn unto | David . My servant ; Thy seed will í
.es- / tablish . for
| ever, And build up thy thróne to | all
er | ations. 3 And the heavens shall praise Thy | wonders, . 0 | Lord; Thy faithfulness also in the assembly | of the
ly | ones. For who in the skies can be compared | unto the | Lord ? Who among the sons of the mighty
| unto the | Lord, 4 A God very terrible in the council
of the ho ly | ones, And to be feared above all thém.
are | round | bout Him O Lord God of hosts, * who is a mighty
unto | Thee, 0 | Jau?
ful- | ness
| bout Thee. 5 Thou rulest the pride .
./ of the
| sea : When the waves thereof arise, ./ Thou
| still est | them. Thou hast broken Rahab in pieces, . as I one that is slain; Thou hast scattered Thine énemies .. with the
Thy i strength. 6 The heavens are Thine, * the earth. | also is | Thine:
The world and the fulness thereof, . | Thou hast | found- ed | them. The north and the south,
| Thou hast cre- | ated them : Tabor and Hérmon
re- 1 joice
Thy I name. 7 Thou.
hast a | might- y | arm: Strong is Thy hánd,
and | high is | Thy right | hand. Righteousness and judgment are the foundation
of Thy | throne: Mercy and truth .
| fore Thy | face. 8 Blessed is the people that know
| sound : They walk, O Lórd, .
| in the | light , of Thy | countenance. In Thy name do they rejoice
| day: And
in Thy | righteous- ness I are . they ex- | alted. 9 For Thou art the glóry
| of their strength:
our , horn
| alted. For our shield belongeth
. I unto
the | Lord; Even to the Holy One
| King. GLORIA PATRI.
. | all
Thou hast | been
| dwelling place Ín.
| ations. Before the mountains were brought forth, * or ever Thou hadst formed
. the earth . and the world, Even from everlasting to everlasting | Thou
art | God.
6 The days of our years are thréescore · 1 years and ten, Or even by réason
score years; Yet is their pride
but | labour . and sorrow; For it is soon góne,
7 Who knoweth the power
Thine | anger,
that is due
| unSo téach us
to | Dumber . our | days, That.
we may I get us
8 Retúrn, .
O Lord ; how | long?
| cerning. Thy | ser
| vants. O satisfy us in the morning
Thy | mercy ;
| days. 9 Make us glad according to the days
wberein Thou. hast af- | flicted us,
| evil. Let Thy work appéar
| unto Thy I servants, And
Thy | glory
up | on their children. 10 And let the beauty .
of the Lord
| us : And establish Thou the work of our hands up
| on us ; Yea, the work
of our hands | tablish . Thou | it. GLORIA PATRI.
1 He that dwelleth in the secret pláce
of the Most
| High Shall abide.
under the sha dow 1 ofthe Al | mighty. I will say of the Lord, * He is my réfuge / and my | fortress ; Mý
· God, in | whom I | trust. 2 For He shall deliver thee from the snáre 1 of
| fowler, And
. | from the | noi.
some | pestilence. He shall cover thee with His pinions, *
and under His wings . shalt thon take | refuge: His truth
is a | shield
| buckler. 3 Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror . by | night, Nór
for the arrow, that I flieth by | day; For the péstilence
that / walketh , in | darkness, Nor for the destruction . that | wast
| noonday. 4 A thousand shall fall at thy side, * and ten thousand
at thy right | hand;
it shall | not
| thee. Only with thine éyes
shalt | thou be | hold, And sée.
the re- / ward
| of the | wicked. 5 For Thon, O Lord,
| art my | refuge ! Thou hast made the Móst .
| High thy | hab it | ation ; Thére
shall no I evil be | fall thee, Neither shall áuy.
I plague come | nigh thy | tent.
6 For He shall give His ángels . I charge , over | thee,
thy They shall bear thee úp
| in their hands, Lest thou dásh
thy | foot
I gainst 7 Thou shalt tréæd upon
the | lion and
| adder : The young lion and the serpent
shalt thou trani ple | un der Because he hath set his love upon Me,* therefore.
will I de. | liver him : I will set him on high,
be. I cause . he hath | known My 8 He shall call upon Mé,
and I will answer him;
| honWith long life
will I satis fy | him,
i ft is
a / good
I thanks | unto
| Lord, And to sing praises
| unto · Thy | name,
у | night With an instrument of ten strings, , and with
the | psaltery ; With a solemn
. | sound
up | on the | harp. 3 For Thou, Lord, hast made me glád . I through Thy | work : I will tríumph.
in the works
Thy | hands. How gréat.
are Thy | works, 0 | Lord! Thý
| thoughts are | ve ry | deep. 4 A brutish mán
| know eth | not ; Neither doth a fool
| un der- stand
| this: When the wicked spring as the grass * and when all the workers
of in. Iiqui. ty do | flourish; It is that they
de | stroyed for | ever :
5 Bnt Thou, O Lord, art on high . for ev. er | inore. For 16,
Thine | en
| mies, For, 16 .
Thine | ene- mies shall | perish ;
of in- | iqui ty
1 The Lord reigneth ; * He is apparelled
jes- ty; The Lord is apparelled, He hath | girded . Hin- | self
with | strength :
2 The world also is stáblished, that it | cannot. be | moved.
Thy throne is established of old : | Thou art. from | ey