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Priests be clothed with righteousnesse and let thy Saints sing with ioy fulnesse For thy seruant Dauids sake turne not away the presence of thine anoynted The Lord hath made a faithfull othe vnto Dauid and he shall not shrinke from it Of the fruite of thy body shall I set vpon thy seate If thy children will keepe my couenant and my testimonies that I shal learne them their children also shall sit vpon thy seate for euermore For the Lorde hath chosen Sion to bee an habitation for himselfe he hath longed for her This shall bee my rest for euer heere will I dwell for I haue a delight therein I will blesse her vitailes with increase and wil satisfie her poore with bread I will decke her Priests with healthy and her saints shall reioyce and sing There shal I make the horne of Dauid to florish I haue ordeined a lanterne for mine anointed As for his enemies I shall clothe them with shame but vpon himselfe shall his crowne florish Ecce quàm bonum Psal 133. BEhold how good and ioyful a thing it is brethren to dwell together in vnitie It is like the precious oyntment vpon the head that ranne downe vnto the beard euen vnto Aarons beard and went downe to the skirtes of his clothing Like as the dewe of Hermon which fell vpon the hill of Sion For three the Lord promised his blessing and life for cuermore Ecce nunc Psal 134. BEholde nowe praise the Lorde all yee seruants of the Lord Ye that by night stand in the house of the Lord euen in the courts of the house of our God Lift vp your hands in the sanctuarie and praise the Lord. The Lord that made heauen and earth giue thee blessing out of Sion Laudate nomen Psal 135. O Praise the Lord laud ye the Name of the Lord praise it O ye seruants of the Lord. Yee that stand in the house of the Lord in the courts of the house of our God O praise the Lord for the Lord is gracious O sing praises vnto his Name for it is louely For why the Lord hath chosen Iacob vnto himselfe and Israel for his owne prossession For I knowe that the Lorde is great and that our Lord is aboue all gods Whatsoeuer the Lord pleased that did he in heauen and in earth and in the sea and in all deepe places He bringeth forth the clouds from the endes of the world and sendeth foorth lightenings with the raine bringing the windes out of his treasures He smote the first borne of Egypt both of man and beast He hath sent tokens and wonders into the middest of thee O thou land of Egypt vpon Pharao and all his seruants He smote diuers nations and flew mightie kings Sehon king of the Amorites and Og the king of Basan and all the kingdomes of Chanaan And gaue their land to bee an heritage euen an heritage vnto Israel his people Thy Name O Lord endureth for euer doeth thy memoriall O Lord from one generation to another For the Lord wil auenge his people and be gracious vnto his seruants As for the images of the heathen they are but siluer and gold the worke of mens hands They haue mouthes and speake not eyes haue they but they see not They haue eares and yet thay heare not neither is there any breath in their mouthes They that make them are like vnto them and so are all they that put their trust in them Praise the Lorde yee house of Israel praise the Lorde yee house of Aaron Praise the Lorde ye house of Leui ye that feare the Lord praise the Lord. Praised be the Lorde out of Sion which dwelleth at Hierusalem Confitemini Psal 136. O Giue thankes vnto the Lord Euening prayer for he is gracious and his mercie endureth for euer O giue thankes vnto the God of all gods for his mercie endureth for euer O thanke the Lord of all lordes for his mercie endureth for euer Which onely doeth great woonders for his mercie endureth for euer Which by his excellent wisdome made the heauenens for his mercie endureth for euer Which laid out the earthy aboue the waters for his mercie endureth for euer Which hath made great lights for his mercie endureth for euer The sunne to rule the day for his mercie endureth for euer The moone and the starres to gouerne the night for his mercie endureth for euer Which sinote Egypt with their first borne for his mercie endureth for euer And brought out Israel from among them for his mercie endureth for euer With a mighty hand and a stretched out arme for his mercie endureth for euer Which diuided the redde Sea in two parts for his mercie endureth for euer And made Israel to goe through the middest of it for his mercie endureth for euer But as for Pharao and his hoste hee overthrewe them in the red sea for his mercie endureth for euer Which ledde his people through the wildernesse for his mercie endureth for euer Which sinote great Kings for his mercie endureth for euer Yea and slew mightie Kings for his mercie endureth for euer Sehon King of the Amorities for his mercie endureth for euer And Og the King of Basan for his mercie endureth for euer And gaue away their lande for an heritage for his mercie endureth for euer Euen for an heritage vnto Israel his seruant for his mercie endureth for euer Which remembred vs when wee were in trouble for his mercie endureth for euer And hath deliuered vs from our enemies for his mercie endureth for euer Which giucth foode to all flesh for his mercy endureth for euer O giue thankes vnto the God of heauen for his mercy endureth for euer O giue thankes vnto the Lord of lords for his mercie endureth for euer Super flumina Psal 137. By the waters of Babylon we sate downe and wept when we remembred thee O Sion As for our harpes we hanged them vp vpon the trees that are therein For they that ledde vs away captiue required of vs then a song and melodie in our heauinesse sing vs one of the songs of Sion How shall we sing the Lords song in a strange land If I forget thee O Hierusalem let my right hand forget her cunning If I do not remember thee let my tongue cleaue to the roofe of my mouth yea if I prferre not Hierusalem in my mirth Remember the children of Edom O Lorde in the day of Hierusalem how they said Downe with it downe with it euen to the ground O daughter of Babylon wasted with miserie yea happie shall he be that rewardeth thee as thou hast serued vs. Blessed shall he be that taketh thy children and throweth them against the stones Confitebor tibi Psal 138. I wil giue thanks vnto thee O Lord with my whole heart euen before the gods will I sing praise vnto thee I will worship toward thy holy Temple and praise thy Name because of thy louing kindnesse and trueth for thou hast magnified thy Name and
Moab is my washpot ouer Edom wil I cast out my shoe Philistia be thou glad of me Who will leade me into the strong citie who will bring me into Edom Hast thou not cast vs out O God will not thou O God go out with our hostes O be thou out help in trouble for baine is the help of man Through God wil we doe great actes for it is he that shal tread downe our enemies Exaudi Deus Psal 61 HEare my crying O God giue eare vnto my prayer From the ends of the earth wil I call vnto thee when my heart is in heauinesse O set me vp vpon the rocke that is higher then I for thou hast been my hope and a strong tower for mee against the enemie I will dwell in thy Taberanacle for euer and my trust shal be vnder the couering of thy wings For thou O Lord hast heard my desires and hast giuen an heritage vnto those that feare thy Name Thou shall graunt the king a long life that his yeeres may endure throughout all generations He shall dwell before God for euer O prepare thy louing mercie and faithfulnesse that they may preserue him So will I alwalyes sing prayse bnto thy Name that I may dayly performe my vowes Nonne Deo Psal 62 MY soule truely waiteth still vpon God for of him commeth my saluation Morning prayer He berely is my strength and my saluation he is my defence so that I shall not greatly fall How long will ye imagine mischiefe against euery man ye shall be slaline all the sort of you yea as a tottering wall shall ye be and like a broken hedge Their deuice is onely how to put him out whom God will exalt their delight is in lies they giue good words with their mouth but curse with their herat Neuerthelesse my soule waite thou still vpon God for my hope is in him Hee truely is my strength and my saluation hee is my defencc so that I shall not fall In GOD is my health and my glorie the rocke of my might and in God is my trust O put your trust in him alway ye people powre out your hearts before him for God is our hope As for the children of men they are but baine the children of men are deceitfull vpon the weights they are altogether lighter then vanitie it selfe O trust not in wrong and robberie giue not your felues vnto vanitie if riches increase set not your heart vpon them God spake once and wife I haue also heard the same that power belongeth vnto God And that thou Lord art mereifull for thou rewardest euery man according to his worke Deus Deus meus Psal 63 O God thou art my God earely wil I seeke thee My soule thirsteth for thee my flesh also longeth after thee in a barren and dry land where no matter is Thus haue I looked for thee in holinesse that I might behold thy power and glory For thy loutng kindenesse is better then the life it selfe my lips shall prayse thee As long as I liue wil I magnifie thee on this maner and lift vp my hands in thy name My soule shall bee satisfied euen as it were with marowe and fatnesse when my mouth prayseth thee with ioyfull lips Haue I not remembred thee in my bed and thought bpon thee when I was waking Beacause thou hast beene my helper therefore vnder the shadow of my wings will I reioyce My soule hangeth vpon thee thy right hand hath vpholdeli me These also that seeke the hurt of my soule they shall go vnder the earth Lat them fal vpon the edge of the sword that they may be aportion for forces But the King shal reioyce in God all they also that sweare by him shal be commended for the mouth of them that speak lies shal be stopped Exaudi Deus psal 64. Heare my boyee O God in my prayer preserue my life from feare of the enemie Hide me from the gathering together of the froward and from the insurrection of the wicked doers Which haue whet their tongue like a sword and shot out there arrowes euen bitter words That they may priuily shoote at him that is perfect suddenly doe they hit him and feare not They courage themselues in mischiefe and commune among themselues hom they may lay snares and fay that no man shall see them They imagine wickednesse and practise it that they keepe secret among themselues euery man in the deep of his heart But god shal snddenly shoot at them with a swift arrow that they shall be wounded Yea their owne tongues shall make them fall in so much that who so feeth them shal laugh them to srone And all men that see it shall say This hath God done for they shall perceiue that it is his worke The rightcous shall reioyce in the Lord and put hist trust in him and all they that are true of heart shal be glad Te decet hymnus Psal 65. THou Euening prayer O God art praised in Sion and vnto thee shall the vow bee performed in Hierusalem Thou that hearest the prayer vnto thee shall all flesh come My misdeeds preuaile against me oh be thou merciful vnto our sinnes Blessed is the man whom thou choosest receiued vnto thee he shal dwel in thy court shal be satisfid with the pleasures of thy house euen of thy holy temple Thou shall shewe vs wonderfull things in thy righteousnes O God of our saluation thou that art the hope of all the endes of the earth and of them that remaine in the broad sea Which in his streangth setteth fast the mountaines and is 〈◊〉 about with power Which stilleth the raging of the Sea and the noise of his waues and the madnesse of his people They also that dwell in the vettermost parts of the earth shall be afraid at thy tokens thou that makest the outgoings of the morning and euning to praise thee Thou bistest the earth and blessest it thou makest it very plenteous The riuer of God is full of water thou preparest their corne for so thou prouidest for the earth Thou waterest her furrowes thou sendest raine into the little valleyes thereof thou makest it soft with the drops of raine and blessest the increase of it Thou crownest the yeere with thy goodnesse and thy clouds drop fatnesse They shall drop vpon the dwellings of the wildernesse and the lilttle hilles shall reioice on euery side The folds shal be ful of sheepe the ballelyes also shal stand so thicke with corne that they shall laugh and sing Iubilate Deo Psal 66. O Be ioyfull in God all ye lands sing praises vnto the honour of his Name make his praise to be glorious Say vnto God O howe wonderfull art thou in thy workes through the greatnesse of thy power shal thine enemies be found liars bnto thee For all the word shal worship thee sing of thee and praise thy Name O come hither and behold the morks of God how wonderfull he is in his
then all that are in the earth thou art exalted farre aboue all gods O ye that loue the Lord see that ye hate the thing which is cuill the Lord preserueth the soules of his saints he shall deliuer them from the hand of the vngodly There is sprung vp a light for the righteous and ioyfull gladnesse for such as be true hearted Reioyce in the Lord ye righteous and giue thankes for a remembrance of his holinesse Cantate Domino Psal 98. O Sing vnto the Lord a new song Euening prayer for he hath done marueilous things With his owner right hand with his holy arme hath he gotten himselfe the victorie The Lord declared his saluation his righteousnesse hath he openly shewed in the sight of the heathen He hath remembred his mercie and trueth towarde the house of Israel and all the ends of the world haue seene the saluation of our God Shew your sclues ioyful vnto the Lord all ye lands sing reioyce and giue thankes Prayse the Lord vpon the Harpe sing to the Harpe with a Psalme of thankesgiuing With trumpets also and shaumes O shew your selues ioy full before the Lord the king Let the sea make a noyse and all that therein is the round world and they that dwell therein Let the floods clap their hands and let the hilles be ioyful together before the Lord for he is come to iudge the earth With righteousnes shall he iudge the world and the people with equitie Dominus regnauit Psal 99 The Lord is king be the people neuer so vnpatient hee sitteth betweene the Cherubinis bee the earth neuer so vnquiet The Lord is great in Sion and high aboue all peopel They shall giue thankes vnto thy name which is great wonderfull and holy The kings power loueth iudgement thou hast prepared equitie thou hast executed iudgement and righteousnesse in Iacob O magnifie the Lord our God and fall downe before his footestoole for he is holy Moses Aaron among his Pricsts and Samuel among such as call vpon his name these called vpon the Lord and he heard them He spake vnto them out of the cloudie pillar for they kept his testimonies and the law that he gaue them Thou heardest them O Lord our God thou forgauest them O God and punishedst their owne inuentions O magnifie the Lord our God and worship him vpon his holy hill for the Lord our God is holy Iubilate Deo Psal 100. O be ioyfull in the Lord all ye lands serue the Lord with gladnesse and come before his presence with a song Be ye sure that the Lord he is god it is he that hath made vs and not we our selues we are his people and the sheepe of his pasture O goe your way into his gates with thankesgiuing and into his courts with prayse be thankefull vnto him speake good of his name For the Lorde is gracious his mercie is euerlasting and his trueth endureth from generation to generation Misericordiam iudicium Psal 101. MY song shall be of mercie and iudgement vnto thee O Lord will I sing O let me haue vnderstanding in the way of godlinesse When wilt thou come vnto me I will walke in my house with a perfit heart I will take no wicked thing in hand I hate the sinnes of vnfaithfulnesse there shall no such cleaue vnto me A froward heart shall depart from me I will not know a wicked person Who so priuily slandereth his neighbour him will I destroy Who so hath also a proud looke and high stomacke I will not suffer him Mine eyes looke vnto such as be faithfull in the land that they may dwell with me Who so leadeth a godly life he shall be my seruant There shall no deceitfull person dwell in my house he that telleth lies shall not tarif in my sight I shall soone destroy all the vngodly that are in the land that I may root out all wicked doers frō the city of the Lord. Domine exaudi Psal 102. HEare my prayer Morning prayer O Lord and let my crying come vnto thee Hide not thy face from mee in the time of my trouble encline thine eares vnto mee when I call O heare mee and that right soone For my dayes are consumed away like smoke and my bones are burnt vp as it were a firebrand My heart is smitten downe and withered like grasse so that I forget to eate my bread For the voice of my groning my bones will scarse cleaue to my flesh I am become like a pelicane in the wildernes and like an Owle that is in the desart I haue watched and am euen as it were a sparrow that sitteth alone vpon the house top Mine enemies reuile me all the day long and they that are mad vpon me are sworne together against me For I haue eaten ashes as it were bread and mingled my drinke with weeping And that because of thine indignation and wrath for thou hast taken me vp and cast me downe My dayes are gone like a shadowe and I am withered like grasse But thou O Lord shall endure for euer and thy remembrance thoughout all generations Thou shalt arise and haue mercie vpon Sion for it is time that thou haue mercie vpon her yea the time is come And why thy seruants thinke vpon her stones and it pitieth them to see her in the dust The heathen shall feare thy Name O Lord and all the kings of the earth thy maicstie When the Lord shall build vp Sion and when his glorie shall appeare When hee turneth him vnto the prayer of the poore destitute and des●iseth not their desire This shal be written for those that come after and the people which shal be borne shall praise the Lord. For he hath looked downe from his sanctuarie out of the heauen did the Lord behold the earth That he might heare the mournings of such as be in captiuitie and deliuer the children appointed vnto death That they may declare the name of the Lord in Sion and his worship at Hierusalem When the people are gathered together the kingdomes also serue the Lord. He brought downe my strength in my iourney and shortened my dayes But I said O my God take me not away in the middest of mine age as for thy yeeres they endure throughout all generations Thou Lord in the beginning hast laied the foundation of the earth and the heauens are the worke of thy hands They shall perish but thou shalt endure they all shall ware old as doeth a garment And as a vesture shalt thou change them and they shall be changed but thou art the same and thy yeres shall not faile The children of thy seruants shall continue and their seed shall stand fast in thy sight Benedicanima Psal 103. PRaise the Lord O my soule and all that is within mee prayse his holy Name Praise the Lord O my soule and forget not all his benefits Which forgiueth all thy sinne and healeth all thine infirmities Which saueth thy life from destruction
enemies and to those that speake euill agaist my soule But deale thou with me O Lord God according vnto thy Name for sweete is thy mercie O deliuer me for I am helpelesse and poore and my heart is wounded within me I go hence like the shadow that departeth and am driuen away as the grashopper My knees are weake through fasting my flesh is dried vp for want of fatnesse I became also a rebuke vnto them they that looked vpon me shaked their heads Helpe me O Lorde my God oh saue me according to thy mercie And they shall know how that this is thy hand and that thou Lord hast done it Though they curse yet blesse thou and let them bee confounded that rise vp against me but let thy seruant reioyce Let mine aduersaries be clothed with shame and let them couer themselues with their owne confusion as with a cloke As for me I will giue great thankes vnto the Lord with my mouth and prayse him among the multitude For he shal stand at the right hand of the poore to saue his soule from vnrighteous Iudges Dixit Dominus psal 110. THE Lorde sayde vnto my Lorde Morning Prayer sit thou on my right hand vntill I make thine enemies thy footestoole The Lord shall send the rod of thy power out of Sion bee thou ruler euen in the middes among thine enemies In the day of thy power shall the people offer thee free will offerings with an holy worship the dewe of thy birth is of the wombe of the morning The Lord sware and wil not repent thou art a Priest for euer after the order of Meichisedech The Lord vpon thy right hand shall wound euen Kings in the day of his wrath He shall iudge among the heathen hee shall fill the places with the dead bodies and smite in sunder the heads ouer diuers countreys He shall drinke of the brooke in the way therefore shall hee Lift vp his head Confitebor tibi Psal 111. I Will giue thankes vnto the Lord with my whole heart secretly among the faithfull and in the Congregation The works of the Lord are great sought out of all them that haue pleasure therein His worke is worthy to be praysed and had in honour and his righteousnesse endureth for euer The merciful and gracious Lord hath so done his marrucilous works that they ought to be had in remembrance He hath giuen meate vnto them that feare him hee shall euer be mindfull of his couenant He hath shewed his people the power of his workes that he may giue them the heritage of the heathen The workes of his hands are veritie and iudgement all his commandements are true They stand fast for euer and euer and are done in trueth and equitie He sent redemption vnto his people hee hath commanded his couenant for euer holy and reuerent is his Name The feare of the Lorde is the beginning of wisedome a good vnderstanding haue all they that doe thereafter the prayse of it endureth for euer Beatus vir Psal 112. BLessed is the man that feareth the Lord he hath great delight in his conmandements His seede shal be mightie vpon earth the generation of the faithfull shal be blessed Riches and plenteousnes shal be in his house and his righteousnesse endureth for euer Vnto the godly there ariseth vp light in the darkenesse he is mercifull louing and righteous A good man is mercifull and lendeth and will guide his words with discretion For he shall neuer be moued and the righteous shal be had in an euerlasting remembrance Hee will not bee afraide for any euill tidings for his heart standeth fast and beleeueth in the Lord. His heart is stablished and will not shrinke vntill hee see his desire vpon his enemies Hee hath dispersed abroad and giuen to the poore and his righteousnesse remaineth for euer his horne shall be exalted with honour The vngodly shall see it and it shall grieue him hee shall gnash with his teeth and consume away the desire of the vngodly shall perish Laudate pueri Psal 113. PRayse the Lorde yee seruants O prayse the name of the Lord. Blessed be the name of the Lord from this time foorth for euermore The Lordes Name is praysed from the rising vp of the Snune vnto the going downe of the same The Lord is high aboue all heathen and his glory aboue the heauens Who is like vnto the Lord out God that hath his dwelling so high and yet humbleth himselfe to beholde the things that are in heauen and earth He taketh vp the simple out of the dust and lifteth poore out of the myre That he may set him with the princes euen with the princes of his people He maketh the barren woman to keepe house and to bee a ioyfull mother of children In exitu Israel Psal 114. WHen Israel came out of Egypt Euening preyer and the house of Iacob from among the strange people Iuda was his sancutuarie and Israel his dominion The sea saw that and fled Iordan was driuen backe The mountaines skipped like Rammes and the little hils like young sheepe What a●eth thee O thou sea that thou fleddest and thou Iorden that thou wast driuen backe Ye mountaines that ye skipped like Rammes and ye little hils like yong shepe Tremble thou earth at the presence of the Lorde at the presence of the God of Iacob Which turned the hard rocke into a standing water and the flint stone into a springing well Non nobis Domine Psal 115 NOt vnto vs O Lord not vnto vs but vnto thy name giue the praise for thy louing mercie and for thy trueths sake Wherefore shall the heathen say where is now their God As for our God he is in heauen he hath done whatsoeuer pleased him Their idoles are siluer gold euen the worke of mens hands They haue mouthes and speake not eyes haue they and see not They haue eares and heare not noses haue they and smell not They haue handes and handle not feete haue they and walke not neither speake they through their throate They that make them are like vnto them and so are all such as put their trust in them But thou house of Israel trust thou in the Lorde hee is their succour and defence Ye house of Aaron put your trust in the Lord he is their helper and defender Ye that feare the Lorde put your trust in the Lord hee is their helper and defender The Lord hath beene mindfull of vs and hee shall blesse vs eurn he shall blesse the house of Israel he shall blesse the house of Aaron He shal blesse them that feare the Lord both small great The Lord shall increase you more and more you and your children Ye are the blessed of the Lord which made heauen earth All the whole heauens are the Lordes the earth hath hee giuen to the children of men The dead prayse not thee O Lorde neither all they that got downe into the silence But we will praise the
vuto me We will goe into the house of the Lord. Our seete shall stand in thy gates O Hierusalem Hierusalem is builded as a citie that is at vnitie in it selfe For thither the tribes goe vp euen the tribes of the Lord to testifie vnto Israel to giue thankes vnto the Name of the Lord. For there is the seate of iudgement euen the seate of the house of Dauid O pray for the peate of Ierusalem they shall prosper that loue thee Peace bee within thy walles and plentconsuesse within thy palaces For my brethren and companions sakes I will with thee prosperitie Yea because of the house of the Lord our God I wil seeke to doe thee good Ad te leuaui oculos meos Psal 123. VNto thee lift I vp mine eyes O thou that dwellest in the heauens Beholde euen as the eyes of seruants looke vnto the hand of their masters and as the eyes of a mayden vnto the hand of her mistresse euen so our eyes waite vpon the Lord our God vntill he haue mercie vpon vs. Haue mercie vpon vs O Lord haue mercie vpon vs for we are vtterly despised Our soule is filled with the scornefnll reproofe of the wealthy and with the dispitefulnesse of the proud Nisi quia Dominus Psal 124. IF the Lorde himselfe had not bene on our side now may Israel say if the Lorde himselfe had not bene on one side when men rose vp against vs. They had swallowed vs vp quicke when they were so wrathfully displeased at vs. Yea the waters had drowned vs and the streame had gone ouer our soule The deepe waters of the proude had gone euen ouer our soule But praised be the Lord which hath not giuen vs ouer for a pray vnto their teeth Our soule is escaped euen as a bird out of the snare of the fouler the snare is broken and we are deliuered Our helpe standeth in the Name of the Lord which hath made heauen and earth Qui confidunt Psal 125. They that put their trust in the Lord shall be euen as the mount Sion which may not be remooued but standeth fast for euer The his stand about Hierusalem euen so standeth the Lord round about his people from this time foorth for euermore For the rod of the vngodly commeth not into the lot of the righteous least the righteous put their hand vnto wickednesse Doe well O Lord vnto those that be good and true of heart As for such as turne backe vnto their owne wickednesse the Lord shall lead them forth with the euill doers but peace shall be vpon Israel In conuertendo Psal 126. WHen the Lord turned againe the captiuitie of Sion Euening prayer then were we like vnto them that dsreame Then was our mouth filled with laughter and our tongue with ioy Then said they among the Heathen the Lord hath done great things for them Yea the Lorde hath done great things for vs alreadie whereof we reioyce Turne our captiuity O Lord as the riuers in the South They that sowe in teares shall reape in ioy He that now goeth on his way weeping and beareth forth good seede shall doubtlesse come againe with ioy and bring his sheaues with him Nisi Dominus Psal 127. Except the Lorde build the house their labour is but lost that build it Except the Lord keepe the city the watchman waketh but in baine It is but lost labour that yee haste to rise vp earely and so late take rest and eate the bread of carefulnesse for so hee giueth his beloued sleepe Loe children and the fruite of the wombe are an heritage and gift that commeth of the Lord. Like as the arrowes in the hand of the Giant euen so are the yong children Happie is the man that hath his quiuer full of them they shal not be ashamed when they speake with their enemies in the gate Beati omnes Psal 128. BLessed are all they that feare the Lord and walke in his wayes For thou shalt eate the labours of thine hands O well is thee and happie shalt thou be Thy wife shall be as the fruitfull vine vpon the walles of thine house Thy children like the Oliue branches round about thy table Loe thus shall the man be blessed that feareth the Lord. The Lord from out of Sion shall so blesse thee that thou shalt see Hierusalem in prosperitie all thy life long Yea that thou shalt see thy childrens children and peace vpon Israel Saepe expugnauerunt psal 129. MAny a time haue they fought against mee from my youth vp may Israel now say Yea many a time haue they vexed mee from my youth vp but they haue not preuailed against me The plowers plowed vpon my backe and made long furrowes But the righteous Lord hath hewen the snares of the vngodly in pieces Let them be confounded and turned backward as many as haue euill will at Sion Let them bee euen as the grasse growing vpon the house tops Which Withereth afore it be plucked vp Where of the mower filleth not his hand neither hee that bindeth vp the sheaues his bosome So that they Which goe by say not so much as the Lord prosper you We Wish you good lucke in the name of the Lord. De profundis Psal 130. OUt of the deep haue I called vnto thee O Lord Lord heare my voice Oh let thine eyes consider well the voice of my complaint If thou Lord wilt beeextreme to marke what is done amisse O Lord Who may abide it For there is mercie With thee theefore shalt thou be feared I looke for the Lord my soule doth waite for him in his word is my trust My soule fleeth vnto the Lord before the morning watch I say before the morning watch O Israel trust in the Lord for with the Lord there is mercie and with him is plenteous redemption And he shall redeeme Israel from all his sinnes Domine non est psal 131 LOrd I am not high minded I haue no proud lookes I doe note exercise my selfe in great matters which are too high for me But I refraine my soule and keepe it low like as a childe that is weaned from his mother yea my soule is euen as a weaned childe O Israel trust in the Lord from this time forth for euermore Memento Domine Psal 132. LOrde remember Dauid Morning prayer and all his trouble How he sware vnto the Lord and bowed a bowe vnto the Almightie God of Iacob I will not come within the tabernacle of mine house nor clime vp into my bed I will not suffer mine eyes to sleepe nor mine eye liddes to slumber neither the temples of my head to take any rest Untill I finde out a place for the temple of the Lord an habitation for the mightie God of Iacob Loe we heard of the same at Ephrata and found it in the wood We will goe into his tabenacle and follow on our knees before his foote stoole Arise O Lord into thy resting place thou and the arke of thy strength Let thy
mee and my heart within me is desolate Yet doe I remember the time past I muse vpon all they workes yea I exercise my selfe in the workes of thy hands I stretch foorth my handes vnto thee my soule gaspeth vnto thee as a thirstie land Heare me O Lorde and that soone for my spirit wareth saint hide not thy face from me lest I be like vnto them that goe downe into the pit O let me heare thy louing kindnesse betimes in the morning for in thee is my trust shew thou me the way that I should walke in for I lift vp my soule vnto thee Deliuer me O Lord frommine enemies for I flee vnto thee to hide me Leach me to doe the thing that pleaseth thee for thon art my God let thy louing spirit leade me foorth into the land of rithteousnesse Quicken me O Lorde for thy names sake and for thy rithteousnesse sake bring my soule out of trouble And of thy goodnesse slay mine enemies and destroy all them that vexe my soule for I am thy seruant Benedictus Dominus Psal 144. BLessed bee the Lord my strength Morning prayer which teacheth my hands to war and my fingers to fight My hope and my fortresse my castle and deliuerer my defender in whom I trust which subdueth my people that is vnder me Lorde what is man that thou hast such respect vnto him or the some of man that thou so regardest him Man is like a thing of nought his time passeth away like a shadow Bowe the heauens O Lord and come downe touch the mountaines and they shall smoke Cast foorth thy lightning and teare them shoote out thine arrowes and consume them Send downe thine hand from aboue deliuer me and take me out of the great waters from the hand of strange children Whose mouth talketh of vanitie and their right hand is a right hand of wickednesse I will sing a newe song vnto thee O God and sing prayses vnto thee vpon a ten stringed Lute Thou hast giuen victorie vnto Kings and hast deliuered David thy seruant from the perill of the sword Saue me and deliuer me from the hand of strange children whose mouth talketh of vanitir and their right hand is a right hand of miquitie That our sonnes may growe vp as thd yong plants and that our daughters may bee as the polished corners of the Temple That our garners may be full and plenteous with all maner of store that our sheepe may bring soorth thousands and teu thousands in our streetes That our oxen may be strong to labour that there bee no decay no leading into captiuitie and no complaining in our streetes Happie are the people that bee in such a case yea blessed are the people which haue the Lord for their God Exaltabo te Deus Psal 145. I will magnifie thee O God my King and I will praise thy Name for euer and euer Euery day will I giue thankes vnto thee and praise thy Name for euer and euer Great is the Lord and marueilous worthy to bee praysed there is no end of his greatnesse One generation shall praise thy workes vnto another and declare thy power As for me I will be talking of thy worship thy glory thy praise and wonderour works So that men shall speake of the might of thy marueilous actes and I will also tell of thy greatnesse The memoriall of thine abundant kindnes shal be shewed and men shall sing of thy righteousnesse The Lord is gracious and mercifull long suffering and of great goodnesse The Lord is louing vnto euery man and his mex●●● is ouer all his works All thy workes prayse thee O Lorde and thy Saintes giue thankes vnto thee They shew the glory of thy kingdom talke of thy power That thy power thy glorie and mightinesse of thy kingdome might be knowen vnto men Thy kingdome is an euerlasting kingdome and thy dominion endureth throughout all ages The Lorde vpholdeth all such as fall and lifteth vp all those that be downe The eyes of all waite vpon thee O Lord and thou giuest them their meat in due season Thou openest thine hand and fillest all things liuing with plenteousnesse The Lord is righteous in all his wayes and holy in all his workes The Lorde is nigh vnto all them that call vpon him yea all such as call vpon him faithfully He will fulfill the desire of them that feare him he also wil heare their cry and will helpe them The Lord preserueth all them that loue him but scatteretly abroad all the vngodly My mouth shall speake the praise of the Lorde and let all flesh giue thankes vnto his holy Name for euer and euer Lauda anima mea Psal 146. PRayse the Lord O my soule while I liue wil I praise the Lord yea as long as I haue any being I wil sing praises vnto my God O put not your trust in princes nor in any child of man for there is no helpe in them For when the breath of man goeth foorth he shall turne againe to his earth and then all his thoughts perish Blessed is he that hath the God of Iacob for his helpe and whose hope is in the Lord his God Which made heauen and earth the sea and all that therein is which keepeth his promise for euer Which helpeth them to right that suffer wrong which seedeth the hungry The Lord looseth men out of prison the Lord giueth sight to the blinde The Lord helpeth them that are fallen the Lord careth for the righteous The Lord careth for the strangers hee defendeth the fatherlesse and widow as for the way of the vngodly hee turneth it vpside downe The Lord thy god O Sion shall bee King for euermore and throughout all generations Laudate Dominum Psal 147. Praise the Lord Euening prayer for it is a good thing to sing praises vnto our god yea a ioyfull and pleasant thing it is to be thankefull The Lord doeth build vp Hierusalem and gather together the outcasts of Israel He healeth those that are broken in heart giueth medicine to heale their sicknesse He telleth the number of the starres and calleth them all by their names Great is our Lord and great is his power yea his wisedome is infimte The Lord setteth vp the meeke and bringeth the vngodly downe to the ground O siug vnto the Lord with thanksgining sing praises vpon the harpe vnto our God Which couereth the heauen with clouds prepareth raine for the earth and maketh the grasse to groe vpon the mountaines and herbe for the vse of men Which giueth fodder vnto the cattel and feedeth the yong rauens that call vpon him He hath no pleasure in the strength of an horse neither delighteth he in any mans legs But the Lords delight is in them that feare him and put their trust in his mercy Praise the Lord O Hierusalem praise thy God O Sion For hee hath made fast the barres of thy gates and hath Blessed thy children within thee He maketh peace in
forgiue receiue our humble petitions and though we be tied and boud with the chaine of our sinnes yet let the pitifulnesse of thy great mercie loose vs for the honour of Iesus Christ sake our Mediatour and Aduocate Amen A thankesgiuing for Raine O God our heauenly Father who by thy gracious prouidence doest cause the former and the latter raine to descend vpon the earth that it may bring foorth fruit for the vse of man wee giue thee humble thanks that it hath pleased thee in our greatest necessitie to send vs at the last a ioyfull raine vpon thine inheritance and to reffersh it when it was dry to the great comfort of vs thy vnworthy seruants and to the glory of thy holy Name thorow thy mercies in Iesus Christ our Lord. Amen A thankesgiuing for faire weather O Lorde God who hast iustly humbled vs by thy late Plague of immoderate Raine and waters and in thy mercie hast relieued and comforted our soules by this seasonable and blessed change of weather wee praise and glorifie<