The text of Kafism the eleventh

The text of Kafism the eleventh

Psalm 77

The mind of Asafu.
1 Hearken, my people, to my law; incline your ear to the words of my mouth. 2 I will open my mouth in parables; I will utter the word of God. 3 As I have heard and known, and our fathers have told us: 4 Do not hide yourself from their children throughout your generations, proclaiming the praises of the LORD, and his powers, and his wonders that you have done. 5 And thou shalt raise up a meeting in Jacob, and lay down a law in Israel: this is the commandment of our father, that I should say unto my sons: 6 That the generation that is begotten may know, and that they may arise and tell their sons: 7 That they may put their trust in God, and not forget the works of God, and seek his commandments. 8 Let there not be, as their fathers were, a rebellious generation, and a rebellious one, a generation that did not correct its heart, and did not assure its spirit with God. 9The sons of Ephraim, who danced and shot bows, returned in the day of battle: 10 They did not keep the covenant of God, nor would they walk in his law. 11 And thou shalt forget his good works, and his wonders, which thou shalt show them, 12 Before their fathers, which thou shalt do wonders in the land of Egypt, in Polythaneos. 13 Open the sea, and lead them through; make the waters like a fur. 14 And I will direct the days with a cloud, and all the night with the illumination of fire. 15 Open a stone in the wilderness, and I will give water like a plentiful pit; 16 And I will bring water out of the stone, and I will send it down like rivers of water. 17 And thou shalt yet add to his sin, and thou shalt grieve the Most high in the waterless land; 18 And thou shalt tempt God in thy hearts, and shalt inquire of thy souls. 19 And they slandered God, and said, ” Can God prepare a meal in the wilderness?” 20When thou smite a stone, and waters flow, and streams flood: can thou give food and bread, or prepare a table for thy people? 21 For this reason the LORD hears and despises: and fire is kindled in Jacob, and wrath is kindled against Israel; 22 For you do not believe in God, but you do not trust in his salvation. 23 And thou shalt command them with a cloud from above, and open the doors of heaven; 24 And thou shalt give them manna to eat, and give them bread from heaven. 26 Raise up the south from heaven, and bring it down with your power, 27 and rain upon it like the dust of flesh, and like the sand of the sea the birds of the feather. 28 And he went up in the midst of their camp, round about their dwellings. 29 And I ate and was filled exceedingly, and their desire was brought to them. 30 I did not fail of my desire: I am yet a brash in their mouths: 31 And the wrath of God was kindled against me, and the greatest of them was slain, and the elect of Israel were blotted out. 32 Yet I have sinned in all these things, and we will not believe in His miracles. 33 And their days perished in vanity, and their years with care. 34 When I have slain him, then I will seek him out, and I will return, and I will make matins to God: 35 And I will remember him, for God has helped me.He is their protector, and God, the Most High, is their Deliverer. 36 And they loved him with their mouth, and lied to him with their tongue: 37 But their hearts were not right with him, and they were not sure of his covenant. 38 Who is generous, and will make atonement for their sins, and will not corrupt them, and will increase his detestable wrath, and will not kindle all his wrath. 39 And I will remember, for you are flesh, and walk in the spirit, and do not be converted. 40 Have you made him exceedingly bitter in the wilderness, and provoked him to anger in a land without water? 41 And I turned, and tempted God, and provoked the Holy One of Israel to anger, 42 and did not remember his hand in the day that I delivered him out of the hand of the offended one, 43 As thou didst put thy signs in Egypt, and thy wonders in Polytheos, 44 and put their rivers and their springs into blood, that they should not drink. 45 And the flies pestered me, and I devoured them: and the frogs, and I molested them. 46 And I will give them their fruits and their labors in peace. 47 They killed their grapes with hail, and their blueberries with sweetness; 48 And they gave up their cattle to the hail, and their goods to the fire. 49 Send upon me the wrath of his wrath, wrath and wrath and sorrow, and the angels are fierce. 50 Make a path for your wrath, and no mercy 51 And thou shalt smite all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, and the firstfruits of all their labor in the villages of Ham. 52 And I raised up my people like sheep, and I raised them up like a flock in the wilderness; 53 And I led them to trust, and I was not afraid, and their enemies covered them. 54 And I will bring him into the mountain of my sanctuary, the mountain that his right hand has won. 55 And I drove out the tongues from before them, and gave them by lot by the lot of the land, and planted them in their villages of the tribes of Israel. 56 And thou hast tempted and grieved the Most high God, and hast not kept his meetings; 57 And hast turned away, and hast turned away, as their fathers did, and hast turned into a corrupt bow; 58 and hast provoked him in their hills, and provoked him in their graven images. 59 When God hears, despise and despise greatly 60 And I will cast out the tabernacle of Shiloh, the village that dwells in men. 61 And deliver their strength and their kindness into the hands of their enemies into captivity; 62 And shut up your people in arms, and despise your possessions. 63 Their young men shall gird on fire, and their virgins shall not be raped; 64 Their priests shall fall with the sword, and their widows shall not be mourned. 65 And the LORD rose up, for he was asleep, for he was strong and noisy with wine; 66 And smite the enemies 67 And I will cast away the village of Joseph, and I will not choose the tribe of Ephraim; 68 And I will choose the tribe of Judah, Mount Zion, which thou shalt love; 69 and I will build my sanctuary as a unicorn on the earth, even for ever. 70 And David’s servant was chosen His own, and will receive it from flocks of sheep. 71 The milkmaids give him water to feed Jacob the servant And Israel is Their inheritance. 72 And I will trust in the kindness of my heart, and I have set my hand to eat in my sins.
Glory:

Psalm 78

Psalm to Asaph.
1 O God, you have brought the Gentiles into your possession, you have defiled your holy temple, 2 You have laid down Jerusalem as a vegetable storehouse, you have laid down the corpses of your servants as a brash for the birds of the air, the flesh of your venerable ones for the beasts of the earth. 3 You shall shed their blood like water all around Jerusalem, and you shall not bury them. 4 It was the reproach of our neighbor, the imitation and reproach of those around us. 5 How long, O Lord, will you be angry to the end? Will Your zeal be kindled like a fire? 6 Pour out your wrath on tongues that do not know you, and on kingdoms that have not been called by your name, 7 For you have devoured Jacob and made his place desolate. 8 Do not remember our first iniquities; let your mercies precede us quickly, O Lord, for we are greatly impoverished. 9 Help us, O God, our Saviour, for the glory of your name, O Lord, deliver us, and cleanse our sins for your name’s sake. 10 But when the Gentiles come, where is their God? And may vengeance on the blood of your servants, which was shed, be made a proverb before our eyes. 11 Let the groaning of those who are bound enter before you; supply the sons of those who are slain according to the greatness of your arm. 12 Give our neighbor a week’s reproach in their bosom, which you have reproached, O LORD. 13 But we, your people and the sheep of your pasture, will be tried upon you, O God, for ever and ever, and we will declare your praise to all generations Yours.

Psalm 79

1 In the end, O traitors, a rendezvous with Asaph, Psalm.
2 Vonmi the shepherd of Israel: instruct like a sheep 3 Raise up your strength before Ephraim, Benjamin, and Manasseh, and come to save us. 4 O God, turn us and enlighten us. Yours, and we’ll be saved. 5 O Lord God of hosts, how long will you be angry at the prayer of your servants? 6 Feed us with the bread of tears, and give us plenty of tears to drink. 7 Thou hast made us to quarrel with our neighbor, and our enemies have imitated us. 8 O Lord God of hosts, turn us and enlighten us. Yours, and we’ll be saved. 9 Thou hast brought forth grapes out of Egypt, and hast driven out the tongues, and hast planted them. 10 Thou hast made a path before it, and hast planted its roots, and filled the earth. 11 Cover the mountains with its canopy, and its branches with the cedars of God; 12 Stretch out its rods to the sea, and even to the rivers with its branches. 13 Whither hast thou cast down his stronghold, and all pass by in passing? 14 Ozoba and the boar from the oak grove, and the solitary divy poyade and. 15 O God of powers, turn thyself, and look down from heaven, and see, and visit this vine; 16 And make it perfect, and plant it with thy right hand, and upon the son of man, which thou hast strengthened for thyself. 17 Burned with fire and unearthed, from the prohibition of the person They will die. 18 Let there be a hand 19 And we will not depart from thee; quicken us, and we will call on thy name. 20 O Lord God of hosts, turn us and enlighten us. Yours, and we’ll be saved.

Psalm 80

1 At the end, O winepress, a psalm to Asaph.
2 Rejoice in God our Helper; shout to the God of Jacob; 3 Take a psalm and give a tympanum; the psalter is red with a harp; 4 Blow the trumpet in the new moon, on the good day of your feast; 5 For the commandment of Israel is, and the fate of the God of Jacob. 6 Set up a rendezvous in Joseph, and always get him out of the land of Egypt, whose tongue you have never heard. 7 His back is taken away from Bremen, and his hands are in Koshihast. 8 Thou hast called me in sorrow, and delivered me; I have heard thee in the secret of the storm; I have tempted thee on the waters of strife. 9 Hear, my people, and I will bear witness to you, Israel, if you listen to me. 10 God will not be new to you, but you will bow down to a strange god. 11 For I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt; open your mouth, and I will do it. 12 And my people will not hearken to my voice, neither will Israel hearken: 13 And I will let them go according to the beginnings of their hearts, and they will go to their own beginnings. 14 If my people had listened to me, Israel would have walked in my way, 15 But I would have humbled their enemies for nothing, and I would have laid my hand on those who offended them. 16 Lie to the LORD and lie to him, and their time will be forever. 17 And you shall make them drink of the fatness of wheat, and fill them with a stone of honey.
Glory:

Psalm 81

Psalm to Asaph.
1 The God of a hundred is in the company of the gods, and the gods will judge in the midst. 2 How long do you judge unrighteousness, and accept the faces of sinners? 3 Judge the poor and the wretched; justify the lowly and the poor. 4 Deliver him out of the hand of the poor and wretched; deliver him out of the hand of the sinner. 5 They do not know, they do not understand; they walk in darkness: let all the foundations of the earth be moved. 6 Az reh: bozi eat, and all the sons of the Most High. 7 But as men you die, and as one man you fall by the hand of princes. 8 Arise, O God, and judge the earth: for thou shalt inherit in all nations.

Psalm 82

1 Psalm to Asaph.
2 O God, who will be like you? Do not be silent and tame, God. 3 Yako se vrazi Thou hast lifted up thy voice, and they that hate Thee have raised up their head. 4 Your will is evil against your people, and your counsel is against your holy things. 5 Resha: Come, and I will require of you, and the name of Israel shall not be remembered unto you. 6 For thou hast taken counsel together with one mind, and hast made a covenant with thee: 7 The villages of Edom, and the Ishmaelites, and Moab, and Hagar: 8 Ebal, and Ammon, and Amalek, foreign women, with them that dwell in Tyre: 9 For Assyria also is come with them, and is the intercession of the sons of Lot. 10 Make them like Midian and Sisera, like Jabim in the brook of Kishob. 11 It was consumed in Aendor, like the pus of the earth. 12 Put their princes like Oreb and Zib, Zebah and Zalmunna, all their princes, 13 who are Resha: let us inherit the sanctuary of God. 14 My God, lay me down like a stake, like a reed, before the wind. 15 Like a fire that burns the oaks, like a flame that burns the mountains, 16 So marry me with your storm, and I am dismayed with your wrath. 17 Fill their faces with wickedness, and they will seek your name, O LORD. 18 Let them be put to shame and confounded for ever and ever, and let them be put to shame and perish. 19 And let them know what your name is. Lord, You are the One Most High in all the earth.

Psalm 83

1 In the end, O winepress, son of Korah, psalm.
2 Since thy villages are beloved, O Lord of hosts, 3 My soul desires and perishes in the courts of the Lord; my heart and my flesh rejoice in the living God. 4 For the fowl shall build for herself a tabernacle, and the turtledove a nest for herself, where her young ones lay, and thy altars, O LORD of hosts, my king and my God. 5 Blessed are they that dwell in thy house; they will praise thee for ever and ever. 6 Blessed is the man who has his intercession with you; set up ascensions in your heart; 7 Put them in a place of mourning, in a place of mourning, for the law-giver will give a blessing. 8 They will go from strength to strength: the God of gods will appear in Zion. 9 O Lord God of hosts, hear my prayer; give ear, O God of Jacob. 10 O our protector, see, O God, and look upon the face of Christ Yours. 11 For better is one day in thy household than a thousand: thou wilt be seen in the house of my God more than thou wilt live in the villages of sinners. 12 For the LORD loves mercy and truth; God will give grace and glory; the Lord will not deprive those who walk with kindness of the good. 13 O Lord God of hosts, Blessed is the man who trusts in you.

Psalm 84

1 In the end, by the son of Korah, Psalm.
2 Thou, O LORD, hast pleased thy land; thou hast brought back the captivity of Jacob: 3 Thou hast forsaken the iniquities of thy people; thou hast covered all their sins. 4 You have subdued all your anger; you have returned from the wrath of your wrath. 5 Bring us back, O God of our salvation, and turn away thy wrath from us. 6 Wherefore art thou angry with us for ever? Or spread Your wrath from generation to generation? 7 O God, turn and quicken us, and your people will rejoice over you. 8 Show us, O Lord, thy lovingkindness, and grant us thy salvation. 9 I will hear what the LORD God says about me: for peace speaks against his people, and against his saints, and against those who turn their hearts to him. 10 Let his salvation be near to those who fear him, to bring glory to our land. 11 Mercy and truth are met, and righteousness and peace are kissed. 12 Truth has gone up from the earth, and righteousness has come down from heaven; 13 For the LORD will give kindness, and our land will yield its fruit. 14 Righteousness will go before him, and he will set his feet in the way.
Glory:
According to the 11th Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 7:
Having, O my soul, the medicine of repentance, / approach with tears, crying out with sighs: / To the Physician of souls and bodies, / free me, O Lover of mankind, from many sins, / associate me with the harlot, the robber, and the publican , / and grant me, O God, forgiveness of my iniquities, / and save me.
Glory: We are not jealous of the publicans ‘ repentance, / and the harlots do not earn tears: / for I am not wise enough to be blinded / about such correction, / but save me, O Christ, by Your benevolence God, / as a Lover of Mankind.
And now: O Theotokos, Thou Undefiled Virgin, / Pray to Thy Son with the Powers above, / to grant us forgiveness of our trespasses before the end, / and great mercy.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
Shine forth in our hearts, O Lord, Who lovest mankind, Thy God. O incorruptible light of the study of God, and open your eyes to our thoughts; understand Your gospel sermons; put fear in us and in Your blessed commandments, so that all our carnal lusts may be corrected, and we may pass through spiritual life, all of us who are wise and active to Your good pleasure. For thou art the enlightenment of our souls and bodies, O Christ O God, we also send up glory to You, together with Your Father Without Beginning, and Your All-holy, Good, and Life-giving Spirit, now and ever, and unto the ages of ages, amen.

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