The seventh Kafizm text

The seventh Kafizm text

Psalm 85

Prayer to David.
1 Incline thine ear, O Lord,and hear me, for I am poor and wretched. 2 Preserve my soul, for I am venerable: Save the slave Thine, O my God, who trusteth in Thee. 3 Have mercy on me, O Lord, for I will cry to you all day long. 4 Make the slave’s soul glad Thine, for I will take my soul to Thee. 5 For you, O Lord, are good and gentle, and abounding in mercy to all who call on you. 6 Give ear, O LORD, to my prayer, and give ear to the voice of my supplication. 7 In the day of my affliction I cried to you, for you have heard me. 8 I am not like you in God, O Lord, and I am not like you in your deeds. 9 All the nations that you have made will come and worship before you, O Lord, and glorify your name. 10 For you are great, and you do wonders, O Lord God is one. 11 Guide me, O LORD, in your way, and I will walk in your truth; let my heart be glad to fear your name. 12 Let us trust in you, O Lord my God, with all my heart, and I will glorify your name forever: 13 For your great mercy is upon me, and you have delivered my soul from the lowest hell. 14 O God, the transgressors of the law have risen up against me, and the assembly of mighty men have sought my life, and I will not set it before you. 15 And you, O Lord my God, who are generous and merciful, long-suffering, and abounding in mercy and truth, 16 Look upon me and have mercy on me, give your power to your servant, and save the son of your servant Yours. 17 Do a sign with me for good, and let those who hate me see it and be put to shame, for you, O Lord, have helped me and comforted me.

Psalm 86

1 By the son of Korah, a psalm of song.
2 Its foundations are on the holy mountains; the Lord loves the gates Zion is greater than all the villages of Jacob. 3 Most glorious glagolashasya about you, the city of God. 4 I will remember Rahab and Babylon that led me, and these foreign women, and Tyre, and the people of the Ethiopian dynasty, who were there. 5 The mother of Zion saith, A man, and a man was born in him, and he is the foundation and the Most High. 6 The LORD is a record in the book of men, and of these princes that were in him.all those who are interested have their abode in you.

Psalm 87

1 The song of a psalm by the son of Korah, at the end, concerning Maeleth the hedgehog, who answered Haman the Israelite.
2 O Lord God of my salvation, I will cry out in the days and by night before you. 3 Let my prayer come before you: Incline thine ear to my supplication, 4 For my soul is filled with evil, and my belly draws near to hell. 5 You are counted with those who go down into the pit, you are counted as a man without help, 6 you are free from the dead, you are free from the plagues of those who sleep in the grave, and you have not remembered them by hand Your otrinoveni bysha. 7 Lay me down in the pit of hell, in the dark places, and in the shadow of death. 8 Thy wrath is established upon me, and thou hast brought all thy waves upon me. 9 Thou hast removed my known ones from me, and hast laid me down as an abomination to thyself: I was delivered up and did not go out. 10 My eyes are weary with poverty; I have cried to you, O Lord, all the day long; I have lifted up my hands to you. 11 Eating the dead works wonders? Or will the doctors resurrect You and confess to You? 12. Who is thy lovingkindness in the grave, and thy truth in perdition? 13 May your wonders be known in darkness, and your righteousness in the land of oblivion? 14 And I have called to you, O Lord, and my prayer will precede you in the morning. 15 In thee, O Lord, cut off my soul, and turn away my face. Your name from me? 16 I am poor, and have labored from my youth; but I am exalted, humbled, and faint. 17 Your wrath is upon me, your terrors have stirred me up, 18 Your daily routine is like water, and you have won me all day long together. 19 Thou hast removed from me a friend and a sincere one, and those who are known to me from my passions.
Glory:

Psalm 88

1 The mind of Epham the Israelite.
2 I will sing of your lovingkindness forever, O LORD; I will declare your truth with my mouth to all generations. 3 Thou hast said to me, Mercy will be built up for ever; thy truth will be prepared in heaven. 4 I have made a covenant with my chosen ones, and I have sworn to my servant David 2: 5 I will prepare your seed forever, and I will build up your throne for all generations. 6 Heaven will bless your wonders, O Lord, for your truth is in the church of the saints. 7 For who in the clouds is equal to the Lord? Will he be like the Lord in the sons of God? 8 We glorify God in the council of the saints, who is great and terrible over all those around him. 9 O Lord God of hosts, who is like you? You are strong, O Lord, and Your truth is all around You. 10 Thou hast dominion over the power of the sea, and the tumult of its waves You ukrochayeshi. 11 You have humbled yourself like a proud sore; you have spent your strength with the arm of your strength. Your. 12 Thine is the heavens, and thine is the earth, the world and its fulfillment You founded yoshi. 13 Thou hast made the north and the sea; Tabor and Hermon shall rejoice in thy name. 14 Your arm is strong: let your arm be strengthened Thine, and thy right hand shall be exalted. 15 Righteousness and destiny are the preparation of your throne: mercy and truth will go before you. 16 Blessed are the people who lead the cry: Lord, in the light of your countenance 17 And they will rejoice in your name all the day long, and in your righteousness they will be exalted. 18 For you are the praise of their power, and our horn will be lifted up in your favor. 19 For the intercession of the LORD, and of the Holy One of Israel, our king. 20 Then spake thou in the vision of thy son, saying, Lay help on the mighty one, the exalted one chosen from among my people; 21 Find David my servant, and anoint him with my holy oil.
22 For the hand 23 The enemy will have little success against him, and the son of iniquity will not try to embitter him.24 And I will cut off his enemies from before him, and I will overcome those who hate him. 25 And my truth and my lovingkindness are with him, and his horn shall be lifted up in my name; 26 And I will lay his hand on the seas, and his right hand on the rivers. 27 He will call me: You are my father, my God, and the intercessor of my salvation. 28 And I will set him up as the firstborn, exalted above the kings of the earth: 29 I will keep my lovingkindness unto him for ever, and my covenant is true unto him: 30 And I will set his seed for ever and ever, and his throne as the bottom of heaven. 31 If his sons forsake my law, and do not walk in my destinies, 32 if they profane my righteousness, and do not keep my commandments, 33 I will visit their iniquity with the rod, and with the stripes of their iniquity; 34 But I will not destroy my lovingkindness by them, nor will I break it in my truth; 35 I will not defile my covenant, that which proceedeth out of my mouth, I will not deny. 36 Do you swear by one word about my holy one, if I lie to David? 37 His seed shall abide for ever, and his throne, as the sun is before me, shall stand forever. 38 And the moon is perfect for ever, and the witness in heaven is faithful. 39 But thou hast cast off and despised; thou hast been angry with thy anointed one; 40 thou hast destroyed the servant’s covenant 41 Thou hast laid waste all her strongholds; thou hast laid down her stronghold of fear. 42 I will plunder him in every passing way, and be a reproach to my neighbor. 43 Thou hast exalted the right hand of them that are cold to him; thou hast made all his enemies glad: 44 Thou hast turned away the help of his sword, and hast not defended him in battle. 45 Thou hast despoiled him of his cleansing; thou hast cast down his throne to the ground; 46 Thou hast made the days of his time small; thou hast poured jelly over him. 47 How long, O Lord, do you turn back to the end? Will Your wrath be kindled like a fire? 48 Remember, O my God, what food didst thou create in vain, O sons of men? 49 Who is a man who lives and does not see death, and delivers his soul out of the hand of hell? 50 Where is the essence of your ancient mercy, O LORD, by which you swore to David in your truth? 51 Remember, O Lord, the reproach of thy servants, that thou hast kept many a tongue in my bosom, 52 that thou hast blasphemed them Thine, O Lord, are the names by which you revile the name of Christ Yours. 53 Blessed be the Lord forever, wake up, wake up.
Glory:

Psalm 89

1 The prayer of Moses, the man of God.
2 O Lord, you have been our refuge throughout all generations. 3 Before even the mountains were not created, but the earth and the universe were created, and from everlasting to everlasting You are. 4 Do not turn a man away into humility, and you will say, ” Be converted, you sons of mankind.” 5 Like a thousand years in thy sight, O LORD, like yesterday’s day, which is in passing, and the watch of the night. 6 Their abasement will not be. Morning as the grass passes by, morning will flourish and pass away: in the evening it will fall away and become hard and wither away. 7 For I will be troubled with the sigh of thy wrath, and with thy fury. 8 Thou hast laid our iniquities before thee: our age is a light unto the face. Yours. 9 For all our days are impoverished, and your wrath is gone, 10 for our summer is like a spider. The days of our years, when we are seventy years old, and when we are able, when we are eighty years old, and their labor and sickness are multiplied: for meekness has come upon us, and we will be punished. 11 Who will know the power of your wrath, and make your wrath pass away from your fear? 12 So speak to me at your right hand, and you who are bound in heart in wisdom. 13 Turn, O Lord, how long? And beseech Thee to be Thy slave. 14 In the morning we will be filled with thy mercy, O Lord, and we will rejoice and be glad; 15 All our days we will be glad; for the days in which thou hast humbled us, the years in which thou hast seen evil. 16 And look upon thy servants, and thy works. 17 And awaken the brightness of the LORD our God upon us, and correct the works of our hands upon us, and correct the work of our hands.

Psalm 90

The praise of the song of David is not written in Hebrew.
1 He that liveth in the help of the Most high, shall dwell in the shelter of the God of heaven. 2 Saith the LORD, Thou art my protector and my refuge, O my God, and I trust in him. 3 As That One will deliver you from the snare of the cunning one and from the words of the rebellious one, 4 pleshma Svoima will overshadow you, and under the krill Hope in Him: his truth will come upon you as a weapon. 5 Do not be afraid of the fear of the night, of the arrow that flies in the days, 6 of the thing that passes away in the darkness,of the rubbish and the devil of the noonday. 7 A thousand will fall from your country, and a thousand will fall at your right hand, but they will not come near you. 9 For you, O Lord, are my hope; you have made your refuge in the Most high. 10 No evil will come to you, and no wound will draw near to your body, 11 For my angel will take care of you, and I will keep you in all your ways. 12 They will stir thee up in their hands, but not when thou shalt stumble thy foot on a stone; 13 Thou shalt tread on the viper and the basilisk, and cross the lion and the serpent. 14 For I have put my trust in me, and I will deliver you, and cover you, and know my name. 15 He will call to me, and I will hear him; I am with him in trouble; I will heal him, and I will glorify him; 16 I will fulfill him by the length of days, and I will show him my salvation.
Glory:
According to the 12th Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 7:
Thou didst receive the harlots ‘ tears and Peter’s tears, O Lord, / and didst justify the publican out of the depths of his soul, / and didst save me O Saviour, who fall down with emotion, and have mercy on me.
Glory: Accept me as a tax collector, O Lord ; purify me as a harlot, O Master; have mercy on a Canaanite, according to Your great mercy.
And now: O Mother of Light, Blessed Theotokos, / pray to Christ our God / to raise up the morning together, and great mercy / to our souls.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
O Lord my God, There is one good and loving man, One merciful and meek, One true and just, One generous and merciful our God: may your power come upon me, a sinful and unprofitable servant And may my temple strengthen me with the Gospel of Your Divine teaching, O Master and Lover of Mankind, lovingly loving, lovingly benevolent, enlighten my wombs and all our souls by Your will. Purify me from all wickedness and sin: keep me undefiled and blameless from every inspiration and activity of the devil, and grant me according to Your goodness, Your understanding, Your wisdom, and in Your desires to live, to be afraid of Your fear, which is pleasing to You until my last breath, so that by Your inscrutable mercy you may keep my heart and soul, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin, and keep me from sin. body and soul, mind and thoughts, are not tempted by any resistance from the netting of the temple. O my Lord, O Lord, cover me with Thy tender mercies, and do not forsake me, a sinner, and an unclean, and an unworthy servant For You are my Protector, O Lord, and I will sing my song for You, and we send up glory to You, to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, now and ever, and unto the ages of ages, amen.

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