The Daily Office

according to the Book of Common Prayer, 2019
Anglican Church in North America


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Psalm 105

Confitemini Domino

1 Give thanks unto the Lord and call upon his Name;*

tell the peoples what things he has done.

2 O let your songs be of him, and praise him,*

and let your speech be of all his wondrous works.

3 Rejoice in his holy Name;*

let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice.

4 Seek the Lord and his strength;*

seek his face evermore.

5 Remember the marvelous works that he has done,*

his wonders, and the judgments of his mouth,

6 O seed of Abraham his servant,*

O children of Jacob his chosen.

7 He is the Lord our God;*

his judgments are in all the world.

8 He has always been mindful of his covenant,*

and the promise that he made to a thousand generations,

9 Even the covenant that he made with Abraham,*

and the oath that he swore to Isaac,

10 Which he appointed to Jacob for a law,*

and to Israel for an everlasting testament,

11 Saying, "To you will I give the land of Canaan*

to be the portion of your inheritance."

12 When there were yet but a few of them,*

and they were strangers in the land,

13 And they wandered from nation to nation,*

and from one kingdom to another,

14 He allowed no one to do them wrong,*

but reproved even kings for their sakes:

15 "Do not touch my Anointed,*

and do my prophets no harm."

16 Moreover, he called for a famine in the land*

and destroyed all the provision of bread.

17 But he had sent a man before them:*

Joseph, who was sold to be a bondservant,

18 Whose feet they hurt in the stocks;*

they put an iron collar around his neck.

19 Until the time came that his sayings were fulfilled,*

the word of the Lord tried him.

20 The king sent and delivered him;*

the ruler of the people let him go free.

21 He made him lord over his house,*

and ruler of all his possessions,

22 That he might instruct his princes according to his will*

and teach his elders wisdom.

23 Israel also came into Egypt,*

and Jacob was a stranger in the land of Ham.

24 And he increased his people exceedingly,*

and made them stronger than their enemies,

25 Whose heart he turned, so that they hated his people,*

and dealt deceitfully with his servants.

26 Then he sent Moses his servant,*

and Aaron whom he had chosen,

27 And they worked his signs among them,*

and wonders in the land of Ham.

28 He sent darkness, and it was dark;*

but they were not obedient to his word.

29 He turned their waters into blood*

and caused their fish to die.

30 Their land brought forth frogs,*

even in their kings' chambers.

31 He spoke the word, and there came all manner of flies,*

and gnats in all their borders.

32 He gave them hailstones for rain,*

and flames of fire in their land.

33 He smote their vines also, and their fig trees,*

and destroyed the trees that were in their borders.

34 He spoke the word, and the grasshoppers came, and locusts innumerable,*

which ate up all the grass in their land and devoured the fruit of their ground.

35 He smote all the firstborn in their land,*

even the firstfruits of all their strength.

36 He brought forth Israel with silver and gold;*

in all their tribes there was not one who stumbled.

37 Egypt was glad at their departing,*

for they were afraid of them.

38 He spread out a cloud to be a covering,*

and fire to give light in the night season.

39 At their desire he brought quail,*

and he filled them with the bread of heaven.

40 He opened the rock, and the waters flowed out,*

so that rivers ran in the dry places.

41 For he remembered his holy promise*

and Abraham his servant.

42 And he brought forth his people with joy,*

and his chosen ones with gladness,

43 And gave them the lands of the nations,*

and they took the labors of the peoples in possession,

44 That they might keep his statutes*

and observe his laws. Praise the Lord.

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