Text of the eighth Kafizm

Text of the eighth Kafizm

Psalm 55

1 In the end, O Ludi, who are removed from the saints, to David in the book of the pillars, always withheld and foreign women in Gath, Psalm.
2 Have mercy on me, O God, for a man has trampled on me, and I have been fighting the cold all day. 3 Trample me down all day long, like so many who fight me from on high. 4 I will not be afraid in a day, but I will put my trust in You. 5 I will praise my words in God; I will trust in God; I will not be afraid of what the flesh will do to me. 6 All day long they have abhorred my words; all their thoughts are against me for evil. 7 They will dwell and hide, and they will keep my heel, just as they will bear with my soul. 8 I will not deny anything, and I will bring down men with my wrath. 9 O God, you have declared my life to you; you have laid down my tears before you, as in your promise. 10 Let my enemies turn back, and if I call you in a day, behold, I know that you are my God. 11 For God I will praise the word, for the Lord I will praise the word. 12 I have put my trust in God; I will not be afraid of what man will do to me. 13 Prayers are in me, O God, that I may give thanks 14 For thou hast delivered my soul from death, O my eyes out of tears, and my feet out of cravings, I will please the Lord in the light of the living.

Psalm 56

1 In the end, so that you may not corrupt David in the book of the pillars, so that he may always flee from the presence of Saul into the cave.
2 Have mercy on me, O God, have mercy on me, for my soul trusts in you, and in the shadow of Krila By your hope, before iniquity passes away. 3 I will cry to the most high God, the God who has done me good. 4 An ambassador from heaven and my saviour, who gave me a reproach to those who trample on me, an ambassador 5 And deliver my soul from the midst of the skimns. The sword is confused, the sons of mankind, the teeth of their weapons and arrows, and the tongue of their sword is sharp. 6 Ascend into the heavens, O God, and your glory is in all the earth. 7 You have made a snare for my feet, and a slush for my soul; you have dug a pit before me, and have fallen into a hollow place. 8 My heart is ready, O God; my heart is ready; I will sing and sing in my glory. 9 Arise, my glory, arise to the psalter and harp, I will rise early. 10 Let us make ourselves known to you among the people, O Lord; I will sing to you among the nations, 11 For your lovingkindness has been magnified to the heavens, and your truth even to the clouds. 12 Be thou exalted in heaven, O God, and thy glory is in all the earth.

Psalm 57

1 In the end, that you may not corrupt David in the book of the pillars.
2 If you truly speak the truth, judge the right, O sons of mankind. 3 For you commit iniquity in your heart; your hands weave iniquity in the land. 4 A sinner has strayed from her womb, has strayed from her womb, and speaks a lie. 5 Their wrath is after the likeness of a serpent, like an adder that is deaf and stops its ears; 6 He who does not hear the voice of those who give, is given away by the wise. 7 God will break their teeth in their mouths, as the LORD has broken the limbs of lions. 8 They will be humbled like passing water; they will strain their bow until they are exhausted. 9 As the wax melts away, the fire falls on them, and the sun is not seen. 10 Before the hedgehog understands the thorns of your ramn, for they live, for I will devour them in anger. 11 The righteous man will rejoice when he sees vengeance; he will wash his hands in the blood of the sinner. 12 And the man saith, If there be fruit for the righteous, God will judge them in the earth.
Glory:

Psalm 58

1 In the end, that you may not corrupt David in the book of the pillars, Saul will always come, and all his house, to put him to death.
2 Take me away from my enemies, O God, and deliver me from them that rise up against me. 3 Deliver me from the workers of iniquity, and save me from men’s blood. 4 For, behold, thou hast caught my soul, and hast attacked me with strength: lower is my iniquity, lower is my sin, O LORD. 5 I have suffered and corrected without iniquity; arise at my meeting, and see. 6 And thou, O Lord God of hosts, the God of Israel, wilt visit all tongues, that thou mayest not spare all them that work iniquity. 7 They will return in the evening and be hungry like a dog, and they will endure the hail. 8 They answer with their mouths, and the sword is in their mouths, for who hears? 9 And you, O Lord, laugh at them, and despise all tongues. 10 I will preserve my power toward you, for you, O God, are my Protector. 11 My God, his mercy will go before me; my God, he will show me my enemies. 12 Do not kill them, lest they forget your law; I will scatter them in your power, and I will bring them down, O my protector, O LORD. 13 The sin of their mouth, the word of their mouth, and the yati shall be in their pride, and they shall be made known by oath and falsehood in the end. 14 They will come to an end in wrath, and they will not, but they will take them away, for God reigns over Jacob and over the ends of the earth. 15 They will return in the evening, and they will be hungry like a dog, and they will endure the hail. 16 Tii yasti will burst into tears. If they don’t get enough, they’ll hurry. 17 But I will sing of your strength and rejoice in your mercy in the morning, for you have been my protector and my refuge in the day of my trouble. 18 PomoYou are my protector, I sing to You: you are my Protector, my God, my mercy.

Psalm 59

1 In the end, about the change of those who will, in the pillar of David, in teaching: 2 always be burned And Joab returned, and smote Edom in the wilderness of salt two hundred thousand.
3 O God, thou hast cast us off and cast us down; thou hast been angry and hast pitied us. 4 Thou hast shaken the earth and troubled it; heal its brokenness, for thou hast made great progress. 5 Thou hast shown us cruelty to thy people; thou hast made us drink the wine of tenderness. 6 You have given a sign to those who fear you, that you may flee from the presence of the bow. 7 For let your beloved ones be delivered; save them with your right hand, and hear me. 8 God says in his most holy place, ” I will rejoice and divide.” Shikima, and udol housing size. 9 Gilead is mine, and Manasseh is mine, and Ephraim is a fortress. My daughter, Judah is My king. 10 Moab is the pillar of my hope; I will stretch out my boot against Edom; the women of the land will submit to me. 11 Who will bring me into the city of the fence? Or who will guide me as far as Edom? 12 Art not thou, O God, who hast cast us off? And do not depart, O God, in our strength? 13 Give us help out of tribulation, and the salvation of men is vain. 14 In God we will create power, and he will despise those who are cold to us.

Psalm 60

1 At the end, in song, to David, psalm.
2 Hear, O God, my supplication; give ear to my prayer. 3 I have cried to you from the ends of the earth; my heart is always sad; you have lifted me up on a rock, you have guided me. 4 For you were my hope, a pillar of strength from the face of the enemy. 5 I will dwell in your village forever, I will cover myself in the shelter of your wings. 6 For you, O God, have heard my prayers; you have given riches to those who fear your name. 7 You shall add days to the king’s days, and his years to every generation and generation. 8 He will abide forever in the sight of God, and his mercy and truth will be taken away.schet? 9 So I will sing to your name forever; give me my prayers day by day.
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Psalm 61

1 At the end, on Jeduthum, a psalm to David.
2 Will not my soul obey God? From That bo salvation is mine. 3 For you are my God and my Saviour; you are my Intercessor, and you will not be moved above all. 4 How long will you lie on the man? You all kill, for you have bowed down to the wall and revived the stronghold. 5 Give up my price to pasha, give up your thirst to tekosha, bless me with your mouth, and cling to me with your heart. 6 Obey the word of God, O my soul, for this is my patience. 7 For you are my God and my Saviour, my Intercessor, and I will not abhor you. 8 O God, my salvation and my glory, the God of my help, and my trust in God. 9 Put your trust in him, all the congregation of men; pour out your hearts before him, for God is our helper. 10 For the sons of mankind are vain, and the sons of mankind lie in the measure of unrighteousness, and they are joined together from vanity. 11 Do not put your trust in unrighteousness, and do not covet rapture. If wealth flows, don’t put your heart into it. 12 With one word God, I have heard two things, I have seen the power of God, 13 and thine, O LORD, is mercy, for thou hast rewarded a stranger according to his deeds.

Psalm 62

1 Psalm to David, when he was always in the wilderness of Judah.
2 O God, my God, I long for you in the morning; my soul longs for you, since my flesh is too much for you, in a land that is empty, impassable, and waterless. 3 So I will appear to you in the holy place, seeing your power and your glory. 4 For better is thy lovingkindness than the belly; praise thee with my mouth. 5 Taco bless Thou art in my belly, and I will lift up my hands for Thy name. 6 For let my soul be filled with fatness and sweetmeat, and let my mouth praise thee with joy. 7 If I remember you on my bed, I will take part in you in the morning. 8 For thou wast my helper, and in the shelter of krilu I will rejoice in yours. 9 My soul will cling to you, but your right hand will receive me. 10 But these who have sought my soul in vain will enter into the pit of the earth; 11 They will be delivered into the hands of weapons, they will be part of the fox. 12 But the king will rejoice in the Lord, and all the maples will glory in him, for the mouth of those who speak unrighteously is blocked.

Psalm 63

1 At the end, a psalm to David.
2 Hear, O God, my voice; I will always pray to you; for fear of the enemy, purge my soul. 3 Cover me from the multitude of those who do evil, and from the multitude of those who do unrighteousness. 4 You who have sharpened your tongue like a sword, you who have strained your bow like a bitter thing, 5 you who shoot in secret are blameless, they will shoot him suddenly and will not be afraid. 6 Establish for yourself the evil word, lead and hide the net, decide: who will see them? 7 When you have experienced iniquity, when you have experienced trials, a man will approach with a deep heart, 8 and God will be exalted. The child’s arrows were their plagues, 9 and their gentiles fainted at them. 10 And every man was afraid, and made known his deeds God’s will, and His creations are understood. 11 The righteous shall rejoice in the LORD, and put their trust in him; and all righteousness of heart shall glory.
Glory:
According to the 8th Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 5:
Into the depths of my sin has crept, / anxiety overwhelms despairI am afraid , / but precede, O Christ, as You are All-powerful, the Ruler of all, / and to the quiet refuge of dispassion, / for good-humour, O Saviour, and save me.
Glory: To my soul, which is everlasting and everlasting, I see the Judgment Seat and the Judge on the Throne , and I tremble at the utterance: “O soul, turn again, the judgment is unforgiven.”
And now: To the hope of the untrustworthy, to the help of the helpless , to the intercession of those who trust in You, O Holy Lady Theotokos, send down Your help to us.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
O gracious and merciful Lord, long-suffering and abounding in mercy, inspire me with prayer and listen to the voice of my supplication: do with me a sign for good, guide me in your way, that I may walk in your truth, make my heart glad, that I may fear your name O Holy One, who art great, and doest miracles. You are There is one God, and I am not like Thee in God, O Lord, mighty in mercy, and good in strength, to help and comfort and save all who put their trust in Thy name, the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, now and ever, and unto the ages of ages, amen.

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