Text of the twentieth Kafizm

Text of the twentieth Kafizm

Psalm 143

1 Blessed be the LORD my God, who teacheth my hands to make war, and my fingers to make war. 2 My lovingkindness and my refuge, my protector and my deliverer, my protector, and in him I have put my trust: my people obey me. 3 O Lord, what is man, that thou hast known him? Or the son of a man, as you sane him?
4 A man is like vanity: his days pass away like a shadow. 5 O Lord, bow down the heavens, and come down; touch the mountains, and they will rise up. 6 Flash the lightning, and I will be kindled; send down your arrows, and I will be dismayed. 7 Send down your hand from on high, remove me, and deliver me from many waters, out of the hand of strange children, 8 Whose mouth speaks vanity, and their right hand is the right hand of unrighteousness. 9 O God, I will sing a new song to you, I will sing to you in the ten-stringed psalms, 10 I giveto him who is saved by the king, who delivers David, the servant of the King. His own, from Lute’s sword. 11 Deliver me, and take me out of the hand of strange children, whose lips speak vanity, and whose right hand is the right hand of unrighteousness. 12 Their sons are like new plants planted in their youth. Their daughters are fertilized, pre-decorated, like a semblance of a temple. 13 Their storehouse is full, burping from this to this; their sheep are plentiful; they multiply in their multitudes; their oxen are fat. 14 There is no fall for the stronghold, there is no passageway, there is no cry in their haystacks. Blessed are the people, who are the Lord their God.

Psalm 144

1 I will exalt thee, O my God, to my king; and I will bless thy name for ever and ever. 2 I will bless you every day I will praise Thee, and I will praise thy name for ever and ever. 3 The LORD is great and highly praised, and there is no end to his greatness. 4 Kindred and kindred will praise the works Yours and Your strength will be proclaimed. 5 The splendor of the glory of your holy place will be proclaimed, and your wonders will be revealed. 6 And they will bring forth the power of your terrible ones, and they will show you your greatness. 7 The multitudes of your goodness will regurgitate the memory, and they will rejoice in your righteousness. 8 The Lord is gracious and merciful, longsuffering and abounding in mercy. 9 The LORD is good to all, and his bounty is upon all his works. 10 May all your works be confessed to you, O Lord Thine, and Thine reverend ones, may they bless Thee. 11 They will recite the glory of your kingdom, and they will proclaim your strength, 12 They will tell the sons of men your strength, and the glory of the splendor of your kingdom. 13 Your kingdom is the kingdom of all ages, and your dominion is in every generation and generation. The Lord is faithful in all His words and venerable in all His deeds. 14 The LORD establishes all who fall, and raises up all who fall. 15 The eyes of all put their trust in you, and you give them food in good season. 16 Open your hand, and fill every animal with good pleasure. 17 The LORD is just in all his ways, and venerable in all his works. 18 The LORD is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth. 19 He will do the will of those who fear him, and I will hear their prayer and save them. 20 The LORD keeps all those who love him, and consumes all sinners. 21 My mouth shall utter the praises of the LORD, and all flesh shall bless his holy name for ever and ever.
Glory:

Psalm 145

1 Praise the Lord, O my soul. 2 I will praise you The Lord is in my belly, I sing to my God before I am. 3 Do not put your trust in princes, in the sons of men, in whom there is no salvation. 4 His spirit will go out and return to his own land. In that Day all his thoughts will perish. 5 Blessed is he who is the God of Jacob, his helper, his trust in the Lord his God, 6 Who created the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that is in them, who keeps the truth forever, 7 who works judgment on the wronged, who gives food to the hungry. The Lord will decide the bound ones. 8 The Lord makes the blind wise. The Lord raises up the lowly. The Lord loves the righteous. 9 The LORD will keep the strangers; he will receive the sire and the widow, and he will destroy the way of sinners. 10 The LORD your God will reign forever, O Zion, from generation to generation.

Psalm 146

1 Praise the Lord, for he is good. May praise be sweet to our God. 2 Build Jerusalem, O Lord, razseyania of Israel will gather. 3 Heal the brokenhearted, and heal their brokenness. 4 Count many stars and name them all. 5 Great is our Lord, and great is his strength, and his understanding is innumerable. 6 Accept the meek Lord, but humble sinners to the ground. 7 Begin to the Lord in confession, and sing to our God in the harp. 8 To him that clotheeth the heavens with clouds, to him that maketh the earth to rain, to him that dwelleth on the mountains grass and grain for the service of man, 9 I giveto Him who feeds them with cattle, and to Him who calls Him with the young of a ram. 10 Not in the strength of the constable praises, lower in the bald head of men favored. 11 The LORD is well pleased with them that fear him, and with them that trust in his mercy.

Psalm 147

1 Praise, Jerusalem, the Lord, praise 2 For strengthen the bars of your gates; bless your children in you. 3 Lay down thy bounds upon the world, and fill thee with the fatness of wheat. 4 He sends forth his word to the earth; his word flows to the speed; 5 he gives his snow, like a wave, like a mist, like ashes, sprinkles it, 6 he throws his head, like bread. Against the face of His scum, who can stand? 7 He sends forth his word, and the poison fades away, and his Spirit dies, and the waters flow. 8 Proclaiming your word to Jacob, your justifications and your destinies to Israel. 9 Thou shalt not make such a thing for every tongue, neither shalt thou show them thy destiny.
Glory:

Psalm 148

1 Praise the LORD from heaven, praise him in the highest. 2 Praise him, all his angels; praise him, all his powers. 3 Praise him, sun and moon; praise him, all the stars and light. 4 Praise him, O heavens of heavens, and the waters that are above the heavens. 5 Let them praise the name of the LORD. 6 I will set it up for ever and ever; I will set down a commandment, and it will not pass by. 7 Praise the LORD from the earth, O serpents, and all the bottomless pit: 8 fire, hail, snow, golem, the tempestuous spirit that creates his word; 9 mountains and all hills, fruitful trees and all cedar trees; 10 wild animals and all cattle, reptiles and feathered birds. 11 All the kings of the earth and all the people, the princes and all the judges of the earth, 12 young men and maidens, old men and young men, 13 Let them praise the name of the Lord, for they have lifted up that one name and his confession on earth and in heaven. 14 And he will lift up the horn of his people, a song to all his saints, the children of Israel, and the people who draw near to him.

Psalm 149

1 Sing to the Lord a new song, his praise in the church of the venerable ones. 2 Let Israel rejoice in him who created it, and let the children of Zion rejoice in their King. 3 Let them praise his name in their faces, and let them sing to him in the tympanum and psalter. 4 For the LORD is well pleased with his people, and exalts the meek to salvation. 5 The venerable ones will be glorified in glory and rejoice on their couches. 6 The exaltation of God is in their throats, and the swords are sharp in their hands everywhere: 7 To bring vengeance among the nations, and reproof among the people; 8 to bind their kings with fetters, and their glorious ones with iron fetters by hand; 9 to write judgment in them. This glory will be to all His venerable ones.

Psalm 150:” Praise God in his saints.”

1 Praise God in his saints; praise him in the strength of his strength. 2 Praise him in his strength; praise him according to the multitude of his majesty. 3 Praise him with the sound of the trumpet, praise him with the psalter and the harp. 4 Praise him in the tympanum and face, praise him in the strings and organ. 5 Praise him with a cymbal of sound, praise him with a cymbal of shouting. 6 Let every breath praise the Lord.
Glory:

Psalm 151

This psalm is an individual written by David, and out of the number of 150 psalms, there is always a single combat against Goliath.
1 A small man is among my brethren, and a young man in my father’s house, and a shepherd of my father’s sheep. 2 My hands have made the organ, and my fingers have made the psalter. 3 And who will tell my Lord? The Lord Himself will hear. 4 He sent his angel, and I was taken from my father’s sheep, and anointed me with his anointing oil. 5 My brethren are good and great, and the Lord is not well pleased with them. 6 I went out to meet a stranger, and cursed be I with my idols. 7 And I plucked the sword from him, and beheaded him, and took away the reproach from the children of Israel.
According to the 20th Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 8:
Fulfillment of all good deeds / Thou art, O my Christ, / fill my soul with joy and gladness , / and save me, for Thou alone art Most Merciful.
Glory: Even if you have sinned, O Christ O my Saviour, before Thee do I not know another God, but I dare Thee on Thy tender heart, O thou who turnest me, accept me, O tender-hearted Father , and Only-begotten Son, and Holy Soul , as the prodigal son, and save me.
And now: Another refuge and warm Intercession, / do we not weep to Thee , / as thou hast boldness toward him who was born of Thee, / O Lady, help and save me, my servant Yours.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
Lord Jesus Christ O my God, have mercy on me, a sinner, and forgive me, your unworthy servant, if you have sinned through all the time of my life, and even to this day, and if you have sinned as a man, my sins are voluntary and involuntary, in deed and word, in mind and thought, from co-contemplation and inattention, and many others. my laziness and neglect. If I swear by Your name, if I lie, or blaspheme my thoughts, or reproach someone, or slander someone, or grieve someone, or get angry in a bad way, or get drunk, or commit fornication, or lie, or secretly poison me, or a friend comes to me and despises him, or a brother is insulted and very sad, or I stand mi on prayer and psalmody, my mind is crafty on crafty obzhazhashe, or more lepago enjoying, or madly laughing, or blasphemous verbs, or vainglorious, or proud, or vain kindness vidkh and from ney deceived, or ridiculous to me poglumyasya. If in the past we have not been careful about my prayer, or have not kept the commandments of my spiritual father, or have been idle-talkers, or have done other evil things, I do not remember all these things that I have done. Have mercy, O Lord, and forgive me all, that in peace I may sleep and rest, singing, and blessing, and glorifying Thee, with Thy Beginningless Father, and with Thy All-holy, Good, and Life-giving Spirit, now and ever, and unto the ages of ages. Amen.

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