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== The Third Day of the Week.  ==
  
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''All as on Sunday, except as otherwise given here.''
  
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''The Psalms are as follows :''
  
THE THIRD DAY OF THE WEEK.
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''Antiphon.'' O Lord.
  
All as on Sunday, except as otherwise given here.
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'''Psalm L.'''
  
The Psalms are asfollows : ''Antiphon.'' O Lord.
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Have mercy upon me, &c. ''(p. 87).''
  
Psalm L.
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''Antiphon.'' O Lord, blot out my transgressions.
  
Have mercy upon me, &c. (p.
 
  
87).
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'''Second Antiphon.''' The health.
  
''Antiphon.'' O Lord, blot out my .regressions.
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'''Psalm XLII.'''
  
Second Antipho?t. The health.
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[The Vulgate and the LXX. ascribe this Psalm "to David."]
  
Psalm XLII.
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<span class="dropcap">J</span>UDGE me, God, and plead my cause against an ungodly nation : * O deliver me from the unjust and deceitful man.
  
[The Vulgate and the LXX. ascribe this Psalm "to David."] JUDGE me, God, and plead my cause against an ungodly nation : * O deliver me from the unjust and deceitful man.
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For Thou, O God, art my strength : * why dost Thou cast me off? and why go I mourning, because of the oppression of the enemy ?
  
For Thou, O God, art my strength : * why dost Thou cast me off? and why go I mourning, because of the oppression of the enemy ? O send out Thy light and Thy truth : * let them lead me and bring me unto Thine holy hill, and unto Thy tabernacles ! Then will I go unto the Altar of God, * unto God, the Gladdener of my youth ! VOL. IV.
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O send out Thy light and Thy truth : * let them lead me and bring me unto Thine holy hill, and unto Thy tabernacles !  
  
Upon the harp will I praise Thee, O God, my God ! * why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why dost thou disquiet me? Hope thou in God : for I will still praise Him, * Who is the health of my countenance, and my God.
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Then will I go unto the Altar of God, * unto God, the Gladdener of my youth !
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Upon the harp will I praise Thee, O God, my God ! * why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why dost thou disquiet me?  
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Hope thou in God : for I will still praise Him, * Who is the health of my countenance, and my God.
  
 
''Antiphon.'' The health of my countenance, and my God.
 
''Antiphon.'' The health of my countenance, and my God.
  
Third Antiphojt. Early.
 
  
Psalms LXIL, LXVI.
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''Third Antiphon.'' Early.
  
O God, Thou art my God, &c.
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'''Psalms LXIL, LXVI.'''
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O God, Thou art my God, &c.  ''(p. 23).''
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''Antiphon.'' Early will I seek Thee, O God.
  
(A 2 3)- ''Antiphon.'' Early will I seek Thee, O God.
 
  
 
''Fourth Antiphon.'' Save us.
 
''Fourth Antiphon.'' Save us.
  
The Song of Hezekiah, King of JUDAH. (Isa. xxxviii. 10.) [Intituled "The writing of Hezekiah, King of Judah, when he had been sick, and was recovered of his sickness." The history will be found in 4 (2) Kings xx. (nth Sunday after Pentecost).] I SAID, In the midst of my days, * I shall go to the gates of the grave : I looked for the rest of my years. * I said, I shall not see the d 2 io6 THE PSALTER.
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'''The Song of Hezekiah, King of JUDAH. (Isa. xxxviii. 10.)'''
  
Lord my God 1 in the land of the living : I shall behold man no more, * with the dwellers in the land of rest.
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[Intituled "The writing of Hezekiah, King of Judah, when he had been sick, and was recovered of his sickness." The history will be found in 4 (2) Kings xx. (11th Sunday after Pentecost).]
  
Mine age is departed, and is rolled up from me, * as a shepherd's tent : My life is cut off as by a weaver : my web was scarce begun when He cut me off: * from day even to night wilt Thou make an end of me.
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<span class="dropcap">I</span> SAID, In the midst of my days, * I shall go to the gates of the grave :
  
I thought I might live till morning : * as a lion, so doth He break all my bones : From day even to night wilt Thou make an end of me. * Like a swallow's fledgling so did I twitter, I did coo as a dove : Mine eyes fail, * with looking upward.
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I looked for the rest of my years. * I said, I shall not see the Lord my God <ref>"My God" is not in the Hebrew, but the Divine Name is repeated.</ref> in the land of the living :
  
Lord, I am seized, undertake for me. * What shall I say, or what will He answer me, seeing that He Himself hath done it ? 1 will call to remembrance before Thee all my years * in the bitterness of my soul.
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I shall behold man no more, * with the dwellers in the land of rest.
  
O Lord, if by these things men live, and in such things is the life of my spirit, so mayest Thou chasten me, and make me to live. * Behold, mine anguish is [turned] into peace : But Thou hast delivered my soul from destruction : * Thou hast cast all my sins behind Thy back.
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Mine age is departed, and is rolled up from me, * as a shepherd's tent :
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My life is cut off as by a weaver : my web was scarce begun when He cut me off: * from day even to night wilt Thou make an end of me.
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I thought I might live till morning : * as a lion, so doth He break all my bones :
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From day even to night wilt Thou make an end of me. * Like a swallow's fledgling so did I twitter, I did coo as a dove :
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Mine eyes fail, * with looking upward.
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Lord, I am seized, undertake for me. * What shall I say, or what will He answer me, seeing that He Himself hath done it ?
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I will call to remembrance before Thee all my years * in the bitterness of my soul.
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O Lord, if by these things men live, and in such things is the life of my spirit, so mayest Thou chasten me, and make me to live. * Behold, mine anguish is [turned] into peace :  
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But Thou hast delivered my soul from destruction : * Thou hast cast all my sins behind Thy back.
  
 
For the grave cannot praise Thee, death cannot celebrate Thee : * they that go down into the pit cannot hope for Thy truth.
 
For the grave cannot praise Thee, death cannot celebrate Thee : * they that go down into the pit cannot hope for Thy truth.
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''Antiphon.'' Save us all the days of our life, O Lord.
 
''Antiphon.'' Save us all the days of our life, O Lord.
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''Fifth Antiphon.'' Praise ye the Lord.
 
''Fifth Antiphon.'' Praise ye the Lord.
  
Psalms CXLVIIL, CXLIX., CL.
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Psalms '''CXLVIIL, CXLIX., CL.'''
  
Praise ye the Lord from the heavens, &c. {pp. 25, 26).
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Praise ye the Lord from the heavens, &c. ''(pp. 25, 26).''
  
 
''Antiphon.'' Praise ye the Lord from the heavens, all His Angels.
 
''Antiphon.'' Praise ye the Lord from the heavens, all His Angels.
  
''Chapter.'' (Rom. xiii. 12.) The night is far spent, &c. (as on Monday, p. 89).
 
  
'''Hymn.'''2 DAY'S herald bird At length is heard.
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''Chapter.'' (Rom. xiii. 12.)
  
Telling its morning torch is lit, And small and still Christ's accents thrill Within the heart, rekindling it.
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The night is far spent, &c. ''(as on Monday, p. 89).''
  
Away, He cries, With languid eyes, And sickly slumbers profitless ! I am at hand, As watchers stand, In awe, and truth, and holiness.
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'''Hymn.''' <ref>Author of original, Aurelius Prudentius Clemens: b. 348 A.D., d. after 405 A.D. Translation by the late Card. Newman.</ref>
  
He will appear, The hearts to cheer Of suppliants pale and abstinent ; Who cannot sleep Because they weep With holy grief and violent.
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DAY'S herald bird <br/>
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At length is heard.<br/>
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Telling its morning torch is lit, <br/>
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And small and still <br/>
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Christ's accents thrill <br/>
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Within the heart, rekindling it.<br/>
  
1 " My God" is not in the Hebrew, but the Divine Name is repeated.
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Away, He cries, <br/>
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With languid eyes, <br/>
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And sickly slumbers profitless ! <br/>
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I am at hand, <br/>
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As watchers stand, <br/>
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In awe, and truth, and holiness.<br/>
  
2 Author of original, Aurelius Prudentius Clemens: b. 348 A.D., d. after 405 a.d.
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He will appear, <br/>
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The hearts to cheer <br/>
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Of suppliants pale and abstinent ; <br/>
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Who cannot sleep <br/>
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Because they weep <br/>
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With holy grief and violent.<br/>
  
Translation by the late Card. Newman.
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Keep us awake, <br/>
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The fetters break, <br/>
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JESU ! which night has forged for us <br/>
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Yea, melt the night <br/>
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To sinless light, <br/>
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Till all is bright and glorious.<br/>
  
TUESDAY AT ====LAUDS.==== 107 Keep us awake, The fetters break, JESU ! which night has forged for us Yea, melt the night To sinless light, Till all is bright and glorious.
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To Father, Son, <br/>
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And Spirit, one, <br/>
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To the Most Holy Trinity, <br/>
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All praise be given <br/>
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In earth and heaven, <br/>
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Now, as of old, and endlessly.  Amen.<br/>
  
To Father, Son, And Spirit, one, To the Most Holy Trinity, All praise be given In earth and heaven, Now, as of old, and endlessly ''Verse.'' x Thou hast satisfied us early with Thy mercy.
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''Verse.'' <ref>Ps. lxxxix. 14.</ref> Thou hast satisfied us early with Thy mercy.
  
 
''Answer.'' We rejoice and are glad.
 
''Answer.'' We rejoice and are glad.
  
Antiphonfor the Song ofZacharias.
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''Antiphon for the Song of Zacharias.''  The Lord hath raised up * an horn of salvation for us, in the house of His servant David.
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''Commemoration of the Cross before the other general Commemorations, and Long Preces in Advent and Lent, and Fast-days, as on Monday.''
  
The Lord hath raised up * an horn of salvation for us, in the house of His servant David.
 
  
Commemoration of the Cross before the other general Commemorations, and Long Preces in Advefit and Lent, and Amen. 071 Fast-days, as on Monday.
 
  
1 Ps. lxxxix. 14.
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'''Citations'''
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