The text of Kafism the eighteenth

The text of Kafism the eighteenth

Psalm 101

1 The prayer of the poor, when he is despondent, and sheds his supplication before the Lord.
2 O Lord, hear my prayer, and let my cry come to you. 3 Don’t turn your face away From me: if I grieve for a day, incline Your ear to me: if I call for You for a day, hear me soon. 4 Like the smoke of my days, and like the dryness of my bones, my bones are gone. 5 I was wounded as the grass, and my heart faded, for I forgot to bear my bread. 6 At the voice of my sighing, my bone cleaves to my flesh. 7 Likened to a desolate swamp, they were like a nighttime lie in the depths. 8 Bdeh and bykh as a bird that is special on the zde. 9 All day long I revile my enemies, and those who praise me with me clap. 10 See the ashes as you eat bread, and my drink is dissolved with weeping. 11 From the presence of thy wrath and thy wrath: for thou hast exalted me, and hast cast me down. 12 My days have gone astray like the hay, and I am like the hay of old. 13 But you, O Lord, remain forever, and your memory endures to all generations. 14 You are risen from the dead of Zion, for the time is come, for the time is come. 15 For the rabbi is well pleased Thine is his stone, and his dust they will pinch. 16 And the Gentiles will fear the name of the LORD, and all the kings of the earth will fear your glory. 17 For the LORD will build up Zion, and will appear in his glory. 18 Consider the prayer of the humble, and do not despise their supplication. 19 Let this be written throughout all generations, and let the people of the world praise the Lord. 20 For when the LORD comes down from his holy high place, he looks down from heaven to earth; 21 To hear the groaning of those who are bound, to loose the sons of those who are slain, 22 to proclaim in Zion the name of the LORD, and his praise in Jerusalem. 23 Always be gathered together by the people, and by the king, to serve the Lord. 24 Saying to him in the way of his strongholds, ” Make me lessen my days.” 25 Make me not the end of my days: in the generation of the generations of your summer. 26 In the beginning, O LORD, you founded the earth, and the works of your hand Your essence is heaven. 27 They will perish, but you will remain: all of them, like a garment, will fall off, and like a garment they will be changed. 28 But you are the same, and your years will not fail. 29 Your sons will dwell, and their seed will be reformed forever.

Psalm 102

A psalm to David.
1 Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is within me his holy name. 2 Bless the LORD, O my soul, and do not forget all his rewards, 3 who cleanses all your iniquities, heals all your diseases, 4 who delivers your life from corruption, who crowns you with mercy and mercies, 5 who fulfills your desire in good things: your youth will be renewed like an eagle. 6 Give alms, O LORD, and good fortune to all who are offended. 7 Fairy tales of the way 8 The LORD is gracious and merciful, long-suffering and abounding in mercy. 9 Will not be completely angry, below 10 Not because of our iniquity hath he made us to eat, but because of our sin hath he rewarded us to eat. 11 For as the height of heaven is from the earth, the LORD hath established his mercy upon them that fear him. 12 As far as the east is from the west, he has removed our iniquities from us. 13 As the father is generous to his children, so the LORD is merciful to those who fear him. 14 As I know our creation, I will remember it, as I am the dust of Esma. 15 Man, as the grass of his bottom, as the flower of the earth, so shall it blossom; 16 As the spirit dwells in him, and he will not be, and will not know his place. 17 But the mercy of the LORD from everlasting to everlasting is upon them that fear him; 18 And his righteousness is upon the sons of the sons that keep his covenant, and remember his commandments. 19 The LORD has prepared his throne in heaven, and his kingdom possesses all things. 20 Bless the LORD, all his angels, who are mighty in strength, who do his word, to hear the voice of his words. 21 Bless the LORD with all his might, his servants who do his will. 22 Bless the Lord for all your works In every place of His dominion, bless the Lord, O my soul.
Glory:

Psalm 103

A psalm to David, about the worldly being.
1 Bless the Lord, O my soul. O Lord, my God, you are greatly magnified. Thou didst clothe thyself in confession and in a whisper. 2 Clothe yourself with light like a robe, stretch out the sky like a skin. 3 Cover the waters of your exceeding height, lay the clouds on your ascent, go to the wind’s creel. 4 Create Angels, Spirits, and Servants Its own flame of fire. 5 You who establish the earth in its firmament will not bow down for ever and ever. 6 The deep is like a robe, its garment; the waters will stand on the mountains; 7 They will flee from your rebuke; they will fear the voice of your thunder. 8 The mountains go up, and the fields go down, to the place which thou hast founded for them. 9 Thou hast set a border, that they may not pass away, but turn again to cover the earth. 10 Send springs into the wilderness, and water will pass through the midst of the mountains. 11 All the beasts of the countryside will get drunk; they wait for you in their thirst. 12 The birds of the air graft on you, and from the midst of the stones they give a voice. 13 Solder up the mountains from your exalted ones; the earth will be filled with the fruit of your works. 14 You shall plant grass for cattle, and grain for man’s service; you shall take bread from the ground. 15 And wine makes a man’s heart glad, and anoints his face with oil, and bread makes a man’s heart strong. 16 The trees of Poland, the cedars of Lebanon, which you have planted, will be filled. 17 Where the birds nest, the dwelling of Herod leads them. 18 The mountains are high with elenem, the stone is the refuge of the hare. 19 He created the moon in times when the sun knew his west. 20 Thou didst lay down darkness, and there was a night in which all the beasts of the oaks would pass. 21 Skim them that roar, and delight, and seek food from God for themselves. 22 The sun will rise, and they will gather themselves together, and they will lie down in their couches. 23 A man will go out to his work and to his work until evening. 24 For your deeds are magnified Thine, O Lord, hast thou made all things with Thy wisdom; the earth is filled with Thy creation. 25 This sea is great and wide, there are gadis that are innumerable, small animals with great ones, 26 there are ships that sail, this serpent that you made to curse him. 27 Everyone looks up to you, give them food in a good time. 28 I will give them to you, they will gather them, I will open your hand, they will be filled with kindness; 29 But I will turn away your face, they will be troubled, take away their spirit, and they will disappear, and return to their dust. 30 Send forth your Spirit, and they will be built up, and you will renew the face of the earth. 31 Be the glory of the LORD forever; the LORD will rejoice in his works; 32 Look down on the earth and make it shake; touch the mountains and make them smoke. 33 I will sing to the LORD in my belly; I will sing to my God before I am; 34 That my conversation may please him, and I may be glad in the Lord. 35 Let sinners and lawless women perish from the earth, as they were not. Bless the Lord, my soul.
Glory:

Psalm 104

Hallelujah.
1 Confess to the LORD, and call on his name, and make known his deeds to all the nations. His. 2 Sing to him, and sing to him, and tell all his wonders. 3 When you praise his holy name, let the heart of those who seek the LORD be glad. 4 Seek the LORD, and be established; seek his countenance before me. 5 Remember his wonders that you have done, his wonders, and the destinies of his mouth. 6 The seed of Abraham and his servants, the sons of Jacob and his chosen ones. 7 He is the LORD our God, throughout all the land of his destiny. 8 I will remember my covenant forever, the word that I commanded for a thousand generations, 9 that I bequeathed To Abraham, and His oath To Isaac. 10 And thou shalt make it a commandment to Jacob, and an everlasting covenant to Israel, 11 saying, I will give thee the land of Canaan, which is already your inheritance; 12 And thou shalt always be a small number, the least, and a stranger therein. 13 And he went from tongue to tongue, and from the kingdom to the people of Ena. 14 Do not let a man offend them, but reprove the kings about them. 15 Do not touch my anointed ones, and do not be deceitful in my prophecies. 16 And she called a voice to the earth, all the strength of the grain of the morning. 17 Send a man before them: Joseph was sold as a slave. 18 He humbled himself in fetters, but his soul was bound with iron; 19 Until his word came, the word of the LORD kindled him. 20 Go, O king, and let him go, O prince of men, and let him go. 21 Make him the lord of your house, and the prince of all your possessions; 22 Punish his princes as you would yourself, and make his elders wise. 23 And Israel entered into Egypt, and Jacob sojourned in the land of Ham. 24 And my people shall grow exceedingly, and I will strengthen them more than their enemies. 25 Make their hearts hate him, and make flattery his servant. 26 of the Ambassador Moses the slave Your own, Aaron, whom you chose To myself. 27 Put in them the words of your signs, and your wonders in the land of Ham. 28 The messengers are darkened and darkened, for his words have been greatly grieved. 29 Turn their waters into blood, and kill their fish. 30 Make their land frogs in the treasuries of their kings. 31 Speak, and the flies come, and the scum in all their borders. 32 Rain their hail, and burn fire in their lands. 33 And smite their grapes, and their figs, and wipe out their crops. every tree is the limit of them. 34 They speak, and come pruzi and caterpillars, which are innumerable. 35 And thou shalt eat all the grass in their land, and eat all the fruit of their land. 36 And thou shalt smite every firstborn in their land, the firstfruits of all their labor. 38 Egypt rejoiced in their departure, for their fear fell upon her. 39 Spread out the cloud to cover them and the fire to enlighten their night. 40 When I have asked and come to eat, and I have filled the bread of heaven, 41 I will open the stone, and water will flow, and water will flow in the waterless rivers, 42 For I will remember my holy word to Abraham, my servant Your own. 43 And ye shall bring forth your people in joy, and your chosen ones in gladness. 44 And you will give them the language of the land, and you will inherit the works of men, 45 For they will keep his justifications and seek his law.
Glory:
According to the 14th Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 8:
Like a harlot I fall down to Thee, that I may receive forsaking, / and instead of peace I bring tears from my heart to Thee, O Christ O God: / may He give me mercy, O Saviour, / and grant me the cleansing of my sins. / For this I call Thee: / deliver me from the torment of my works.
Slava: Why do you not think, my soul, of death? / Why do you not apply for correction before the trumpet is pronounced at the judgment? / Then the time of repentance will not come. Accept in your mind the publican and the harlot who call: O Lord, if you have sinned, have mercy on me.
And now: As You truly surpass the Powers of heaven by Your nativity, O Ever-virgin Theotokos, who have been enriched by Your Divinity , we continually magnify You.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
We thank Thee, O Lord God of our saviours, for thou hast done all things for the good of our life, for thou hast given us rest in the nighttime that is past, and hast raised us up from our beds, and hast set us to worship Thy precious and glorious name. Thus we pray to You, O Lord: grant us grace and strength, that we may be worthy of You to live intelligently, and pray unceasingly: and I will bring out to You, the Saviour and Benefactor of our souls, my salvation acting through fear and trembling. Hear us, and have mercy on us, O Gentle One: crush under our feet the invisible warriors and enemies: receive thanks according to our strength: grant us grace and strength to open our mouths, and teach us by your justification. For let us pray as it is fitting that we should not be received, unless You, O Lord, instruct us by Your Holy Spirit. But if you have sinned even to the present hour, in word, deed, or thought, willy or unwillingly, weaken, forsake, and forgive. If the iniquities of Nazrishi, O Lord, O Lord, who will stand? For You have purification, and You have deliverance. Thou art the Only Holy One, Pomoa mighty defender and Defender of our life, and We will bless You forever and ever, amen.

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