The text of Kafism one

The text of Kafism one

Psalm 1. “Blessed is the man”

A psalm to David, not written in Hebrew.
1 Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stand in the way of sinners, nor sit in the seats of destroyers; 2 But his will is in the law of the LORD, and in his law he will learn day and night. 3 And it shall be as a tree planted by the outflow of waters, and it shall yield its fruit in its season, and its leaf shall not fall off, and all that it does shall prosper. 4 Not like the wicked, not like the dust that the wind sweeps from the face of the earth. 5 For this reason the ungodly will not be raised up for judgment, nor sinners for the counsel of the righteous. 6 For the LORD will tell the way of the righteous, and the way of the wicked will perish.

Psalm 2. “Vsku shatashasya yazytsy”

A psalm to David.
1 Whither did the heathen shatter, and the people learn in vain? 2 The king of the earth appeared, and the princes were gathered together together against the LORD and against his Christ. 3 Let us break their bonds, and cast off their yoke from us. 4 He who lives in heaven will laugh at them, and the LORD will mock them. 5 Then he will speak to them in his wrath, and I will be troubled in my wrath. 6 And I am set up a king from him over Zion, his holy mountain, 7 proclaiming the commandment of the LORD. The Lord said to Me, ” You are my Son, and today I have given birth to You.” 8 Ask of me, and I will give thee the tongues of thy inheritance, and the ends of the earth thy possession. 9 Upaseshi I with a rod of iron, as vessels skudelnichi smashed I. 10 And now, O kings, understand that you will all be punished.land reserves. 11 Work for the LORD with fear, and rejoice in him with trembling. 12 Take the punishment, but not when the LORD is angry and you perish in the way of righteousness, when his wrath is soon kindled. Blessed are all the hopefuls of Nan.

Psalm 3. ” O Lord, why hast thou multiplied them that are cold?”

1 Psalm to David, who always runs away from the face of God. Absalom his son.
2 O Lord, why hast thou multiplied them that are cold? Many rise up against me, 3 Many say to my soul, ” There is no salvation for him in his God.” 4 But you, O Lord, are my protector, my glory, and lift up my head. 5 I cried to the LORD with my voice, and they heard me from their holy mountain. 6 I fell asleep, and slept, and rose, for the Lord will protect me. 7 I will not be afraid of the people who attack me around me. 8 Arise, O Lord, and save me, O my God, for thou hast smitten all my enemies in vain: thou hast broken the teeth of sinners. 9 The salvation of the LORD is yours, and your blessing is on your people.
Glory:

Psalm 4. “Always call me”

1 At the end, in the song of a psalm to David.
2 Always call me, O God of my righteousness, who hast heard me; in tribulation hast thou spread me out; have mercy on me, and hear my prayer. 3 Sons of mankind, how long are you heavy-hearted? Q: Do you love fuss and look for lies? 4 And take me away, for I am surprised The Lord of His Venerable One: The Lord will hear me, always call me to Him. 5 Be angry, and do not sin what you say in your hearts; be moved on your beds. 6 Eat the sacrifice of righteousness, and put your trust in the LORD. 7 Many say, ” Who will show us the good news?” The light of the face is shining on us Thine, O Lord. 8 Thou hast given gladness in my heart: thou hast multiplied of the fruit of wheat, of wine, and of thy oil. 9 I will sleep together in peace and rest, for you, O Lord, alone have placed me in hope.

Psalm 5. ” Hear my words, O Lord.”

1 On the following, Psalm to David.
2 Hear my words, O Lord; understand my calling. 3 Hearken to the voice of my supplication, O my king and my God, for I will pray to you, O Lord. 4 In the morning hear my voice; in the morning I will stand before thee, and behold me. 5 For thou wouldest not be a God of iniquity: the evil one will not sit down with thee; 6 The wicked women will be lower in thy sight: thou hast hated all those who work iniquity. 7 Destroy all who speak lies: the LORD abhors a man of blood and a flatterer. 8 But I will enter into your house with the abundance of your lovingkindness; I will worship at your holy temple in your passion. 9 O Lord, guide me in your righteousness; for my enemies ‘ sake correct my way before you. 10 For there is no truth in their mouths; their heart is vain; the grave is opened in their throats; I flatter with my tongues. 11 Judge them, O God, that they may fall away from their thoughts, and according to the multitude of their wickedness I will turn away, for I have greatly grieved thee, O LORD. 12 And let all those who put their trust in you rejoice, and rejoice forever, and dwell in them, and let those who love your name glory in you. 13 For thou shalt bless the righteous, O Lord: for thou hast crowned us with the weapon of good pleasure.

Psalm 6.” Lord, do not rebuke me with your wrath.”

1 At the end, in the song of Osmo, a psalm to David.
2 O Lord, do not rebuke me with your wrath, but punish me with your wrath. 3 Have mercy on me, O Lord, for I am weak; heal me, O Lord, for my bones are crushed. 4 And my soul was greatly troubled: and thou, O Lord, how long? 5 Turn, O Lord, and deliver my soul: save me for Your mercy’s sake. 6 For thou shalt not remember thee in death: but in hell who will be tried for thee? 7 Those who are troubled by my sighing, I will wash my bed every night; I will wet my bed with my tears. 8 My eye is troubled with wrath; I have vowed all my wrath. 9 Turn away from me, all you who work iniquity, for the LORD has heard the voice of my lamentation: 10 The LORD has heard my supplication, the LORD has accepted my prayer. 11 Let all my enemies be put to shame and dismayed, and let them return and be put to shame very soon.
Glory:

Psalm 7. “O Lord my God, I put my trust in You”

1 A psalm to David, which is sung to the LORD concerning the words of Hushai the son of Jemeni.
2 O Lord my God, I trust in thee, save me from all them that persecute me, and deliver me: 3 Let not when the lion hath stolen away my soul, I am not the deliverer, saving you. 4 O Lord my God, if I have done this, if there is unrighteousness in my hand, 5 If I have repaid evil to those who repay me, let me fall away from my enemies. 6 For the enemy shall marry my soul, and overtake me, and trample my belly to the ground, and put my glory in dust. 7 Arise, O LORD, in thy wrath; be exalted in the ends of thine enemies; and arise, O LORD my God, by the commandment which thou hast commanded them. 8 And the congregation of men shall come to know thee, and thou shalt turn to the height thereof. 9 The LORD judges the people: judge me, O LORD, according to my righteousness, and according to my kindness against me. 10 Let the wickedness of sinners pass away, and correct the righteous one; test the hearts and bowels, O God, justly. 11 My help is from God, who saves the upright in heart. 12 God the judge is just, and strong, and long-suffering, and does not bring wrath upon every day. 13 If he does not turn back, he will purify his weapons; his bow is strained and ready, 14 And in it are prepared the vessels of death, and he has made his arrows to burn. 15 Behold, you have been sick in unrighteousness, you have conceived sickness, and you have given birth to iniquity: 16 The pit is torn up, and the pit is fossilized, and it will fall into the pit that it has made. 17 His sickness shall return upon his head, and his iniquity shall come down upon his head. 18 Let us fear the LORD according to his righteousness, and sing to the name of the LORD most high.

Psalm 8. ” O Lord our Lord, for wonderful is your name.”

1 At the end, O winepress, a psalm to David.
2 O Lord our Lord, for your name is wonderful in all the earth, for your splendor is exalted above the heavens. 3 Out of the mouth of a child and of those who piss, thou hast perfected praise, O enemy for thy sake, that thou mayest destroy the enemy and the traitor. 4 For I will see the heavens, the works of your finger, the moon and the stars, which you have founded. 5 What is a man, if you remember him? or the son of a man, as you visit him? 6 Thou hast made him little of the angels; thou hast crowned him with glory and honor. 7 And thou didst set his hand over the work By Thee, thou hast subdued all things under his nose. 8 All sheep and oxen, and also Polish cattle, 9 birds of the air, and fish of the sea, passing paths of the sea. 10 O Lord our Lord, for your name is wonderful in all the earth.
Glory:

According to the 1st Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: And these troparia, voice 1:

In iniquity I was conceived, O prodigal ; I dare not look up to the height of heaven, but I dare to call upon Your love for mankind: O God, cleanse me, a sinner, and save me.

If the righteous man is barely saved , where will I appear, O sinner? / I will not bear the hardships and heat of the day, / but with the hirelings of the one-tenth hour / join me, O God, and save me.

Glory: Open the arms of Despair to me, / my life is prodigal, / look to the wealth that is not dependent on Your bounty, O Saviour, / now let my impoverished heart not despise. / For to thee, O Lord, I call with emotion: / I have sinned in heaven and before Thee.

And now: O hope of Christians, O Most Holy Virgin, for whom thou didst bear God more than mind and word, do thou unceasingly pray with the powers above to grant remission of sins to us all, and correction of our lives, to those who ever revere Thee by faith and love.

Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:

O Master of the Almighty, Incomprehensible, the Beginning of light and the abounding Power, Who is the Father of the Hypostatic Word and the Emitter of Your only-powerful Spirit: merciful for the sake of mercy and ineffable goodness, do not despise human nature, which contains the darkness of sin, but by the divine lights of Your sacred teachings, which shine through the law and the prophets of the world, so follow us O Thou who art well-pleased with the flesh, raise up Thy Son and instruct us in the light of Thy enlightenment: let thine ears be attentive to the voice of our supplication, and grant us, O God, in a watchful and sober heart, to pass away all our present life, waiting for the coming of thy Son and our God, the Judge of all, not reclining and sleeping, but awake and let us trust in the doing of Thy commandments, and let us join in His joy, where the voice of the ancients is unceasing, and the ineffable sweetness of those who see Thy countenance is unspeakable kindness. For thou art good and lovest mankind, and to Thee we send up glory, 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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