The text of Kafism nine

The text of Kafism nine

Psalm 64

1 At the end, a psalm of song to David, the song of Jeremiah and Ezekiel, the people of the first settlement, when they would go forth.
2 A song is due to you, O God, in Zion, and you will be rewarded with prayer in Jerusalem. 3 Hear my prayer, for all flesh will come to you. 4 The words of the wicked are too much for us, and You will purify our wickedness. 5 Blessed is he whom you have chosen and accepted, who will dwell in your household. Let us be fulfilled in your good works; holy is your temple, 6 wondrous in righteousness. Hear us, O God, our Saviour, the hope of all the ends of the earth, and of those who are far off in the sea; 7 Prepare the mountains with your strength, gird yourself with strength; 8 trouble the deep of the sea with the sound of its waves who will stand? 9 And those who dwell in the ends will be afraid of your signs; you will adorn the ends of the morning and evening. 10 Thou hast visited the earth, and hast made it drunk, and hast multiplied and enriched it. The River of God is filled with waters. Thou hast prepared food for them, as such is the preparation. 11 Rest her reins, multiply her life, and in her drops she will rejoice and shine forth. 12 Bless the crown of the summer of your goodness, and your fields will be filled with fatness; 13 The deserts will grow rich, and the hills will be girded with joy. 14 The rams of the sheep will be clothed, and the fields will multiply the wheat; they will cry out, for they will sing.

Psalm 65

1 At the end, the song of the Resurrection psalm.
2 Cry out to the LORD, all the earth; sing to his name; give glory to praise His. 3 Rtsyte God: kol dreadful deeds Thine, in the multitude of Thy powers, they will lie to Thee in vain Yours. 4 Let all the earth worship you and sing to you, and sing to your name, O Most High. 5 Come and see the works God’s Will, since it is more terrible in soviets than the sons of men. 6 Turn the sea into dry land, they will pass through the river under their feet, and there we will rejoice in him, 7 who rules by his power forever. His eyes look down on tongues; let not those who are uprooting themselves be lifted up in themselves. 8 Bless our God, ye Gentiles, and make the voice of his praise heard; 9 Who hath laid my soul in my belly, and hath not made my feet to be troubled. 10 For thou hast tempted us, O God; thou hast kindled us, as silver is kindled. 11 You have led us into a net; you have laid tribulation on our back. 12 Thou hast raised up men on our heads; thou hast breathed through fire and water, and brought us out to rest. 13 I will come into your house with a burnt offering; I will give you my prayers; 14 I have spoken with my mouth, and spoken with my mouth in my affliction; 15 I will offer you burnt offerings of fatness with a censer, and rams; I will offer you oxen with goats. 16 Come, hear, and we command you, all you who fear God, that you may create my soul. 17 To him my lips have cried, and I am lifted up under my tongue. 18 If I see unrighteousness in my heart, let me not hear it The Lord. 19 For this reason God will hear me, and hearken to the voice of my supplication. 20 Blessed be God, who hast not put away my prayer and thy lovingkindness from me.

Psalm 66

1 At the end, in pesneh, a psalm of a song to David.
2 O God, have mercy on us and bless us, enlighten us. Yours is on us and have mercy on us. 3 Know thy way on earth; thy salvation is in all nations. 4 Let the people confess to you, O God, let all the people confess to you. 5 Let the gentiles be glad and rejoice, for thou shalt judge the people with justice, and direct the tongues of the earth. 6 May the people confess to you, O God, may all the people confess to you. 7 The earth will give its fruit; bless us, O God, our God; 8 Bless us, O God, and let all the ends of the earth fear him.
Glory:

Psalm 67

1 At the end, a psalm of song to David.
2 May God rise again, and his enemies be scattered, and those who hate him flee from his presence.
3 As smoke vanishes, so let them vanish, as wax melts from the presence of fire, so let sinners perish from the presence of God, 4 but let the righteous be glad, let them rejoice before God, let them enjoy themselves with gladness. 5 Sing praises to God, sing praises to his name, give thanks to him who has ascended to the west. 6 Let them be dismayed before him, the father of the sire, and the judge of widows: God is in his holy place. 7 God instills those who are of one mind in the house, harassing those who are bound by courage, just as they are uprooting those who live in the grave. 8 O God, let you always go forth before men 9 Shake the earth, for the heavens of Canush are at the hand of the God of Sinai, at the hand of the God of Israel. 10 The rain is free to depart, O God, from your inheritance, and you are exhausted, but you have done it. 11 Your animals live on it; you have prepared it for the poor in your kindness, O God. 12 The Lord will give utterance to those who preach the gospel with much power. 13 The king of the Forces of the beloved, by the beauty of the house to divide the gain. 14 If you sleep in the midst of a border, the krill of a dove is silvered, and its inter-wall is in the splendor of gold. 15 The kings of heaven will always reign in it; they will make snow in Selmon. 16 The mountain of God, the fat mountain, the mountain withered, the fat mountain. 17 What are the usyrenny Mountains in Russia? Mountain, south favor God will live in it, for the Lord will dwell in it to the end. 18 The chariot of God is ten thousand strong, and the Lord is with them in the holy city of Sinai. 19 Thou hast ascended on high, thou hast taken captivity captive, thou hast received gifts into men, for they are not submissive when they dwell. 20 Blessed be the LORD God, blessed be the LORD from day to day; the God of our salvation will make haste for us. 21 Our God, the God of salvation, and the Lord’s, the LORD’s mortal issue. 22 For this God will break the heads of his enemies, and the heads of those who pass away in their transgressions. 23 And the LORD said, I will turn you from Bashan, I will turn you in the depths of the sea. 24 For let your foot be wet Your blood is on your tongue, your dog is gone from him. 25 Your processions were seen, O God, the processions of my God the King, who is in the holy place, 26 and the princes went before the singing ones, in the midst of the virgins of the tympanums. 27 In the churches, bless God, the Lord of the fathers of Israel. 28 There was Benjamin the youngest in terror, the princes of Judah, their lords, the princes of Zebulun, the princes of Naphtali. 29 Warn us, O God, by thy power; strengthen, O God, these things which thou hast done in us. 30 The king will bring you gifts from your temple to Jerusalem. 31 Forbid the beast of the reeds, O concourse of young men in the youth of men, who shut up those who are tempted with silver, and scatter the tongues of those who want to fight. 32 The prayer-books will come from Egypt; Ethiopia will go before her hand to God. 33 Kingdoms of the earth, sing to God, sing to the Lord, 34 To him who ascended into the heavens of heaven in the east, behold, he will give a voice of power to his voice. 35 You will give the glory of God to Israel in his whisperings, and his power in the clouds. 36 Wondrous is God in his saints, the God of Israel: To her will he give strength and might to his people; blessed be God.
Glory:

Psalm 68

1 At the end, O traitors, a psalm to David.
2 Save me, O God, for thou hast brought water into my soul. 3 Uglyboh in timeniye of depth, and nost of standing. I came to the depths of the sea, and the storm drowned me. 4 O thou who callest hard, my throat is silent, my eyes are shut up, that I may put my trust in my God. 5 My enemies who hate me will be multiplied more than my heads, and my enemies who drive me out unrighteously will be strengthened: if I am not admired, then I will be rewarded. 6 O God, you have taken away my folly, and my transgressions will not be hidden from you. 7 Let not those who endure you be put to shame for me, O LORD, O Lord of hosts; but let those who seek you be put to shame for me, O God of Israel. 8 For I have suffered reproach for your sake; cover my face with shame. 9 He was a stranger to my brethren, and strange to my mother’s son. 10 For the jealousy of thy house hath devoured me, and the reproach of them that reproach thee hath come upon me. 11 And he covered my soul with fasting, and became a reproach to me; 12 And he put my garment in sackcloth, and became a parable to them. 13 About me glumlyakhusya sedyashii in vrateh, and about me poyakhu piyushchii wine. 14 But through my prayer to you, O God, a time of good pleasure, O God, hear me in the multitude of your mercies, in the truth of your salvation. 15 Save me from scorn, that I may not be crushed; that I may be delivered from them that hate me, and from the deep waters. 16 Let not the tempest of waters drown me; let the deep devour me below; let the equal of his mouth bring me down below. 17 Hear me, O LORD, for thy lovingkindness is good; look upon me according to the multitude of thy mercies. 18 Don’t turn your face away Of your servant, for I grieve, hear me quickly. 19 Listen to my soul, and deliver me; for my enemy’s sake deliver me. 20 For thou shalt weigh my reproach, and my fear, and my shame: all that offend me are before thee. 21 My soul desires reproach, and longs and waits for one who is sorrowful, and is not saved, and comforts, and is not found. 22 And thou shalt give me gall to eat, and give me water to drink in my thirst. 23 Let their table be before them for a snare, and for a reward, and for a snare. 24 Let their eyes be darkened, which they do not see, and I will take out their backs. 25 Pour out your wrath upon them, and let the fierceness of your wrath overtake them. 26 Their court shall be desolate, and there shall be no living person in their dwellings. 27 For thou hast smitten him, O thou hast smitten him, and hast added to the sickness of my sores. 28 Add iniquity to their iniquity, and let them not enter into your righteousness. 29 Let them be consumed out of the book of the living, and let them not be written with the righteous. 30 I am poor and sick: may thy salvation, O God, receive me. 31 I will praise the name of my God with a song; I will magnify him in praise: 32 And it will please God more than a young calf, a worn-out horn, and a paznokti. 33 Let the poor see and be glad: seek God, and your soul will live. 34 For the LORD hath heard the wretched, and thou shalt not despise thy bound ones. 35 Let the heavens and the earth, the sea and all who dwell in it, praise him. 36 For God will save Zion, and the cities of Judah will be built up, and they will dwell there, and they will inherit it, 37 And the seed of your servants will hold it, and those who love your name will dwell in it.

Psalm 69

1 In the end, as a memorial to David, that the LORD might save me.
2 O God, receive my help; O Lord, seek my help. 3 Let those who seek my life be put to shame and put to shame; let those who want to do evil turn back and be put to shame. 4 Let those who are ashamed return, saying to me, ” Well done, well done.” 5 Let all those who seek you rejoice and be glad for you, O God, and let them say to me, let the Lord be exalted, those who love your salvation: 6 But I am poor and wretched, O God, help me: Help me!You are my Protector and my Deliverer, O Lord.
Glory:
According to the 9th Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 6:
I ponder the dreadful day / and weep for my evil deeds, / what answer do I give to the Immortal King? / Or with what boldness will I look upon the Judge, prodigal az? Sweet-hearted Father, Only-begotten Son , Holy Soul, have mercy on me.
Glory: In the vale of lamentation, / in the place that you bequeathed, / when you sit down, O Merciful One, to execute righteous judgment, / do not reprove my hidden one, / do not put me to shame before the angels, / but spare me, O God, and have mercy on me.
And now: The hope and protection of the sovereign / flowing to You, O Mother of God, / the good intercession of the world, / pray diligently with the bodiless, / Whom you bore to the Most loving God, / to deliver our souls from all reproach , / One Blessed One.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
O Master Lord, our God, Who alone knows the affliction of my wretched soul and knows how to heal it, heal it as you weigh it, for the sake of the multitude of Your mercy and Your mercies, and have no plaster to apply to it from my deeds, lower than oil, lower than obligation, but You who have come not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance, have mercy have mercy, forgive me, tear apart the handwriting of many of my noble deeds and guide me to Your right path, yes, walk in Your truth, I will be able to avoid the arrows of the evil one, and now I will stand without condemnation before Your terrible throne, glorifying and singing Your Most Holy Name forever, amen.

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