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O Thou who knowest each man and his petition,
each house, and its need,
deliver, O Lord, this city,
and civil war.
and Thy peace and love
all spirits and all flesh which we have remembered, and which we have not.
And the close of our life,
LORD, LORD, direct in peace, Christianly, acceptably, and, should it please Thee,
painlessly, gathering us together under the feet of Thine elect,
when Thou wilt and how Thou wilt,
only without shame and sins. The brightness of the Lord our God be upon us, prosper Thou the work of our hands upon us, O prosper Thou our handy work.
over me to shelter me, beneath me to stablish me,
before me to guide me,
after me to forward me, round about me to secure me.
(5) Praise. Blessed art Thou, LORD, God of Israel,
Thine, O LORD,
for Thou rulest over all
in heaven and on earth.
and every nation.
and over all rule. With Thee is wealth, and glory is from Thy countenance ;
Thou rulest over all, O LORD,
the Ruler of all rule ;
greatness and strength.
THE FIFTH DAY.
We are satisfied with Thy mercy, O LORD,
in the morning
Be Thou exalted, O God, above the heavens,
and Thy glory above all the earth.
draw us too after Thee,
not of things on the earth.
By the marvellous mystery
on the evening of this day,
Lord, have mercy.
Thou who hast said,
I will not the death of a sinner,
and live; turn ye, turn ye
way, for why will ye die, O house of Israel ?”
turn us, O LORD, to Thee,
and see my
Turn us from all our ungodlinesses,
and let them not be to us for punishments. I have sinned, I have committed iniquity, I have done wickedly,
from Thy precepts, and Thy judgments.
as at this day, in our despicableness, wherewith Thou hast despised us.
LORD, to us confusion of face,
and to our rulers
unto all Thy righteousness;
and cause Thy face to shine
upon Thy servant.
desolation. O Lord hear, O Lord forgive, O LORD hearken and do; defer not for Thine own sake, O
In many things we offend all;
in my sins.
I have no sin, I deceive myself,
and the truth is not in me;
and Thou, O LORD, art faithful and just,
Yea, for this too
who is also for the whole world. Will the LORD cast off for ever? and will He be no more intreated ?
Is His mercy clean gone for ever? and is His promise come utterly to an end for evermore?
Hath God forgotten to be gracious ? and will He shut up His loving kindness in displeasure ?
And I said, It is mine own infirmity;
of the most Highest.
[Give me grace] for grace.
to put aside every weight,
pride of life,
to be poor in spirit,
to mourn, that I be comforted;
to be meek, that I inherit the earth ; to hunger and thirst for righteousness, that I be filled ;
to be pitiful, that I be pitied ;
to be pure in heart, that I see God;
for righteousness' sake,
I, coming to God,
believe that He is,
that diligently seek Him.
I know that my Redeemer liveth,
that He is truly the Saviour of the world,