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I The lovingkindness, O Lóri, is l in the | heavens ;
| reach eth
the | skies. 2 Thy righteousness is like the mountains of God; * Thy jødgments are a great
| deep : O Lord, Thou
pre- / serv. est | man and | beast. 3 How precious is Thy lóving- . .. I kindness, .0 | God! And the cbildren of men take réfuge
under the shad
| wings 4 They shall be abundantly satisfied with the fatness
of Thy | house; And Thou shalt make them drink .
of the riv
Thy I pleasures. 5 For with Thée
. is the fountain . | life: In Thý .
. | light
60 continue Thy lovingkindness unto thém.
that know And Thy righteousness
. | to GLORIA PATRI.
| in the | Lord, And wáit
tient. I ly Fret not thyself because of him who próspereth.
| way, Because of the man who bríngeth | wicked . de
5 Cease from ánger,
and for- | sake
| wrath : Fret not thyself, * it téndeth . | only to
| ev. For evil-doers
shall be cut | off: But those that wait upon the Lord, . | they . shall in- | herit
the wicked . shall | perish, And the enemies of the Lord shall be
as the excel lency | of Théy.
. I shall
con- | sume; In smoke
shall | they. con- / sume
13 A man's goings are established
. | of
the | Lord; And Hé..
de- | light eth | in Though he fall, *he shall not be útterly | cast
| down: For the Lord
up-holdeth him | with
18 The wicked
. , watcheth.the righteous,
| him. The Lord will not leave him
| in his | hand, Nór
con- | demn him | when . he is judged. 19 Wait on the Lord, and keep His
way, * and He shall exált thee. to inherit . the | land : When the wicked are cút . . . | off,
shalt | see it. I have seen the wicked
in I great
| power, And spreading himself like a green
in its | na tive | soil.
21 As for transgressors, * they shall be
destroyed to I gether : The latter énd.
of the wicked . shall | be But the salvation of the righteous . is of the | Lord : He is their strong hold. .
. 1 in
6 Behold, Thou hast made
.my | days
| handbreadths ; And mine áge
is as / nothing. be- fore Thee : Surely every man at his best estáte . is | al to | geth
| vanity. 7 Surely every man walketh in a / vain
| shew : Surely they are disqui.. .et- | ed in | vain : He leapeth up riches .
and i knoweth . not | who shall I gather therr,