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Psalm 37

1 Psalm to David, in remembrance of the Sabbath.
2 O Lord, do not rebuke me with your wrath, but punish me with your wrath. 3 For your arrows are unzosha in me, and you have established your hand on me. 4 There is no healing in my flesh at the sight of your wrath; there is no peace in my bones at the sight of my sin. 5 For my iniquities have passed over my head, and a heavy burden has been laid upon me. 6 I will stink and bend my wounds at the sight of my folly. 7 He suffered and was slushy to the end, walking all day long lamenting. 8 For my life is full of reproaches, and there is no healing in my flesh. 9 I was embittered, and humbled to anger; I roared because of the sighing of my heart. 10 O Lord, all my desire and my groaning are before you, and I will not hide them from you. 11 Be troubled in my heart, forsake me my strength, and the light of my eyes, and she is not with me. 12 My friends and my sincere ones draw near to me directly and stand still, 13 and my neighbors stand far away from me and need those who seek my soul, and those who seek evil speak to me vain and flattering all day long. 14 But I, because I am deaf, do not hear, and because I am dumb, do not open my mouth. 15 And it was like a man who neither hears nor has reproof in his mouth. 16 For I have put my trust in you, O Lord, and you will hear, O Lord my God. 17 Like reh: let not when my enemies rejoice in me: and when my feet are always moving, you will ride on me. 18 For I am ready for my wounds, and I will take out my sickness before me. 19 For I will declare my iniquity, and I will take care of my sins. 20 But my enemies live and are stronger than I, and those who hate me without righteousness are multiplied. 21 You who reward me, the evil one, who blesses me by slandering me, do not persecute me with charity. 22 Do not forsake me, O Lord my God; do not turn away from me. 23 Give ear to my help, O Lord of my salvation.

Psalm 38

1 At the end, Jeduthum, a song of David.
2 Reh: I will keep my ways, that I may not sin with my tongue: I have laid them down with my mouth, that I may always rise up to the sinner before me. 3 I was speechless and humbled, and I was silent from good things, and my sickness was renewed. 4 Keep warmI have set my heart within me, and a fire will be kindled in my teaching. 5 Tell me, O Lord, my end and the number of my days, what is it? Yes, I understand that I am deprived of az? 6 Behold, thou hast laid down my days in spans, and my composition is as nothing before thee, for every living man is vain. 7 For a man walks in this way, and is troubled about everything in vain: he seeks for treasures, and he does not know to whom I will gather them. 8 And now who is my patience, is it not the Lord? And my composition from You is. 9 Deliver me from all my iniquities; you have given me a reproach to a fool. 10 I am speechless, and have not opened my mouth, as you have made me. 11 Set aside your wounds from me: for your hands are from the fortress. Your az has disappeared. 12 In reproof of iniquity hast thou chastised man, and hast melted away his soul like a spider. 13 Hear my prayer, O Lord, and listen to my supplication; do not be silent about my tears: for I am a stranger to you, and a stranger to you, as all my fathers were. 14 Weaken me, that I may rest; I will not even depart first, and therefore I will not be.

Psalm 39

1 At the end, a psalm to David.
2 Having endured, I have endured the Lord, and have listened to me, and have heard my prayer. 3 And lift me up out of the pit of passion, and out of the brooding of slime; and set my feet on stones, and straighten my feet; 4 And put in my mouth a new song, a song to our God. They will see many things and fear, and put their trust in the Lord. 5 Blessed is the man in whom the name of the LORD is his hope, and do not look to false vanity and violence. 6 Thou hast done many wonders, O Lord my God, and in thy mind there is no one like unto thee: thou hast spoken and spoken, and hast multiplied more than numbers. 7 Thou didst not desire sacrifice or sacrifice, but the body didst thou perform unto me; thou didst not seek burnt offerings or sins. 8 Then he said, ” Behold, I am come, and it is written in the chief book concerning me: 9 That I may do your will, O my God, I will, and your law is in the midst of my womb.” 10 Those who proclaim the truth in the church with greatness, behold, I will not withhold it from my mouth: O Lord, you have understood. 11 I have not hidden your righteousness in my heart; I have seen your truth and your salvation; I have not hidden your lovingkindness and your truth from the multitude. 12 But you, O Lord, do not remove it. I have received Your mercies from me: Your mercy and your truth will come out, so that you may intercede for me. 13 For thou hast possessed me with evil, which is innumerable; thou hast overtaken me with my iniquities, and hast not been able to see; thou hast multiplied more than the power of my head, and hast forsaken me in my heart. 14 Be pleased, O Lord, to deliver me: O Lord, give me every help. 15 Let those who seek to take away my soul together be put to shame and put to shame, and let those who want to do evil turn back and be put to shame. 16 Let Abie receive his students who say to me, ” Well done, well done.” 17 Let all those who seek you rejoice and be glad for you, O LORD, and let them say to me, ” May the LORD be exalted who love your salvation.” 18 But I am poor and wretched; the Lord cares for me. PomoYou are my Protector and Protector, O my God.
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Psalm 40

1 At the end, a psalm to David.
2 Blessed is the understanding of the poor and wretched; in the day of trouble he will deliver him The Lord. 3 May the LORD preserve him, and give him life, and make him happy in the land, and not deliver him into the hand of his enemies. 4 May the LORD help him on the bed of his sickness; you have turned all his bed into his sickness. 5 Az Reh: Lord, have mercy on me, heal my soul, for I have sinned. 6 My wrath is an evil thing unto me: when shall his name die and perish? 7 And you go in and see, and take his heart in vain, and gather up your iniquity, and go out and speak together. 8 All my infidelities whisper against me; evil thoughts are thought against me. 9 Thou hast laid a sinful word upon me: What will not the sleeper add to the resurrection? 10 For, O man of my peace, who hast trusted in nothing, who hast eaten my bread, make my stammering great in me. 11 But you, O Lord, have mercy on me, and raise me up, and I will repay them. 12 In this I will know that you have desired me, and that my enemy will not rejoice over me. 13 But thou hast accepted me for my kindness, and hast established me before thee for ever. 14 Blessed be the LORD God of Israel from everlasting to everlasting.

Psalm 41

1 In the end, in the understanding of the sons of Korah, a psalm to David is not written in Hebrew.
2 In the same way that the tree longs for the springs of water, my soul longs for you, O God. 3 My soul longs for the mighty, living God: when will I come and appear to the face of God? 4 Bysha my tears I have bread day and night, and you always say to me every day, ” Where is your God?” 5 Remember this, and pour out my soul upon me, that I may pass through to the wondrous place of the village, even unto the house of God, with a voice of rejoicing and confession, and the noise of the feast. 6 In what do you grieve, O my soul? And why do you embarrass me? Put your trust in God, for we will trust in Him, the salvation of my face, and my God. 7 To myself my soul is troubled: For this reason I remember You from the earth Jordan and Hermoniim, from Mount Mala. 8 The deep calls to the deep with the voice of your waves; all your high places and your waves pass over me. 9 In the day the LORD will declare his mercy, and in the night his song is from me, a prayer to the God of my life. 10 Say unto God, Thou art my intercessor, why hast thou forgotten me? And in what complaining walk, vnegda offends the enemy? 11 When my bones are always broken, when my enemies are reproached, when they always say to me every day, ” Where is your God?” 12 In what do you grieve, O my soul? And why do you embarrass me? Put your trust in God, for we will trust in Him, the salvation of my face, and my God.

Psalm 42

A psalm to David, not written in Hebrew.
1 Judge me, O God, and judge my prudence; deliver me from a tongue that is not like unto speech; deliver me from a man that is unrighteous and flattering. 2 Zane Thou art, O God, my Fortress, why hast thou cast me off? And in what complaining walk, vnegda offends the enemy? 3 Send forth thy light and thy truth, that thou mayest guide me, and lead me into thy holy mountain, and into thy villages. 4 And I will go in to the altar of God, to the God of gladness.O God, O my God, Who hast seen my youth, let us make ourselves known to Thee in the harp. 5 In what do you grieve, O my soul? And why do you embarrass me? Put your trust in God, for we will trust in Him, the salvation of my face, and my God.
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Psalm 43

1 In the end, O sons of Korah, in understanding.
2 O God, our ears have heard, and our fathers have declared to us the work that you have done in their days, in the days of old. 3 Hand Thou hast consumed thy tongues, and I have planted them; thou hast embittered the people, and I have driven them out. 4 You will not inherit the land with your sword, nor will their arm save them, but your right hand, and your arm, and the illumination of your face. Thine, for thou wast well pleased in them. 5 Thou art My King and my God himself, who commands the salvation of Jacob. 6 For you our enemies will beat their horns, and for your name we will despise you.schyya na ny. 7 For I do not trust in my bow, and my sword will not save me. 8 For you have saved us from those who are cold to us, and you have put to shame those who hate us. 9 Let us praise God all the day long, and let us try your name forever. 10 But now you have cast us off and put us to shame, and do not depart, O God, in our strength. 11 You have turned us back to our enemies, and those who hate us will plunder you. 12 You have given us food like sheep, and you have made us notorious. 13 You have given your people without price, and you are not a multitude in our shouting. 14 You have made us a reproach to our neighbor, a mockery and a reproach to those around us. 15 Thou hast made us a parable among the nations, and the laying down of our heads among the people. 16 All day long my shame is before me, and I am covered from my face, 17 From the voice of one who reproaches and slanders, from the face of the enemy and casts him out. 18 All these things have come upon us, and I will not forget you, nor commit unrighteousness in your covenant. 19 And do not turn back our heart, and you have turned our paths from the way. Yours. 20 For thou hast humbled us in the place of bitterness, and the shadow of death is hidden. 21 If we forget the name of our God, and lift up our hands to a strange god. 22 Is not God taken awayTwitter? To that bo the secret message of the heart. 23 Zane For Your sake we are put to death all day long, imputed as sheep to be slaughtered. 24 Arise, O Lord, and write it down to the temple? Rise again and don’t deny it to the end. 25 In One person Your disgust? Do you forget our poverty and our sorrow? 26 For our soul is humbled in dust, and our womb is clung to the earth. 27 Arise, O Lord, and help us, and deliver us for your name’s sake.

Psalm 44

1 In the end, for those who are changed by the son of Christ, in understanding, a song about the beloved.
2 I will regurgitate a good word in my heart; I will speak my deeds to the princes: my tongue is the reed of a scribe. 3 Redder than the sons of men in kindness, grace is poured out in your mouth; for this reason God bless you forever. 4 Gird up your sword on your thigh Yours, Stronger. 5 By thy beauty and thy goodness, and do well, and prosper, and reign for the sake of truth, and for the sake of meekness, and for the sake of righteousness; and thy right hand shall guide thee wonderfully. 6 Your arrows are sharp and strong; the people under you will fall into the hearts of the king’s enemies. 7 Your throne, O God, is for ever and ever: the rod of righteousness, the rod of your kingdom. 8 You have loved righteousness and hated iniquity; for this reason, O God, your God has anointed you with the oil of joy, more than a partaker of your own. 9 Myrrh, and stacti, and cassia, from thy garments, and from the burdens of elephants, from which thou shalt rejoice. 10 The daughters of kings are in your honor, The Queen is at Your right hand, and Her robes are covered with gold. 11 Hear, O daughter, and see, and incline thine ear, and forget thy people, and thy father’s house Yours. 12 And the king will desire your kindness: Zane That is your Lord, and worship Him. 13 And the daughters of Tyre from Dara, to the face of The riches of the people will pray to you. 14 All the glory of the king’s daughter is within; her robes are ruffled with gold, and she is full of spots. 15 Virgins will be brought to the king after her, and her sincere ones will be brought to you. 16 They will be brought forth in gladness and gladness; they will be brought into the temple of kings. 17 Instead of your fathers, your sons will take their place: I will appoint princes over all the earth. 18 I will remember your name in every generation and generation. For this reason, the people will confess to You forever and ever.

Psalm 45

1 In the end, concerning the sons of Korah, concerning the secret ones, Psalm.
2 God is our refuge and strength, our helper in the tribulation of those who have found us well. 3 For this reason let us not fear; for the earth is always troubled, and the mountains are turned into the hearts of the sea. 4 Their waters were stirred up and crushed, and the mountains of his fortress were crushed. 5 River aspirations gladden the city of God: he has sanctified his village Vyshny. 6 God is in the midst of him, and does not move: he will help him God is the morning for the morning. 7 The heathen are crushed, the kingdoms are deviated: give your high voice, the earth moves. 8 The Lord of hosts is with us, the God of Jacob our intercessor. 9 Come and see the works 10 When you take away the battle to the end of the earth, the bow will break in pieces and break weapons, and burn shields with fire. 11 Be abrogated and understand that I am God: I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted on the earth. 12 The LORD of hosts is with us, the God of Jacob our Intercessor.
Glory:
According to the 6th Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 3:
I offer Thee praise, O Lord, / I declare all my transgressions to Thee, / O God, having converted me, have mercy on me.
Glory: Save me, O my God, / as thou didst sometimes save the publican, / and didst not despise the tears of a harlot, / and receive my sighing, O my Saviour, / and save me.
And now: Slavishly now I flow / to Thy protection, Most Immaculate: / deliver me, O Mother of God, from the confluence of passions , / for Thou who didst give birth to a Guilty Passionless One.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
We thank Thee, O Lord our God, for all Thy good deeds, which from the first age to the present were in us who were unworthy, which were received and not received, which were revealed and not revealed, which were done in deed and in word: O thou who lovest us, even as thy only-begotten Son Please tell your son about us. Make us worthy to be worthy of Your love. Grant us wisdom in Your word, and breathe strength from Your strength through Your fear, and if you will or will not sin, forgive us, and do not impute it, and keep our holy soul, and present us to Your throne, having a clear conscience, and the end is worthy of Your love for mankind. And remember, O Lord, all who call on Your name in truth: remember all who will do us good or ill: for we are all men, and every man is in vain. Therefore, we pray to You, O Lord: grant us great mercy from Your benevolence.

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