The text of Kafism the fifth

The text of Kafism the fifth

Psalm 32

A psalm to David, not written in Hebrew.
1 Rejoice, ye righteous, in the Lord; praise is due to the righteous. 2 Confess to the Lord in the harp, and sing to him in the ten-stringed psalter. 3 Sing unto him a new song, sing unto him a good one, saying, 4 For the word of the LORD is right, and all his works are right. Its in the faith. 5 The LORD loves alms and judgment; the earth fulfills the LORD’s mercies. 6 By the word of the LORD the heavens were established, and by the spirit of his mouth all their power was established. 7 Gather up the waters of the sea like a skin, and lay them in the treasures of the deep. 8 Let all the earth fear the LORD, and let all who dwell in the world move from wickedness. 9 As to that speech, and was, and led, and was created. 10 The LORD destroys the counsels of tongues, and sweeps away the thoughts of men, and sweeps away the counsels of princes. 11 But the counsel of the LORD endureth forever; the thoughts of his heart endureth from generation to generation. 12 Blessed is the tongue, which is the LORD its God, the people that I have chosen for my inheritance. 13 Look down from heaven Lord, you are all sons of men. 14 From your ready-made dwelling place, look upon all who dwell on the earth. 15 Who is formed in the unity of their hearts, who knows all their works. 16 The king is not saved by much strength, and the giant is not saved by the multitude of his strength. 17 A horse lies down to be saved, but in the multitude of its strength it will not be saved. 18 Behold, the eyes of the LORD are upon them that fear him, and trust in his mercy. 19 I will deliver their souls from death, and I will prepare them for gladness. 20 But our soul longs for the Lord, for he is our helper and protector. 21 For our hearts will rejoice in him, and we will put our trust in his holy name. 22 Awaken, O Lord, thy lovingkindness upon us, as we have put our trust in thee.

Psalm 33

1 Psalm to David, Always change your face before Abimelech, and send him away, and go away.
2 I will bless the LORD at all times; I will put his praise in my mouth. 3 My soul shall glory in the Lord, that the meek may hear and be glad. 4 Magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together. 5 Seek the LORD and hear me, and deliver me from all my sorrows. 6 Come near to him and be enlightened, and your faces will not be ashamed. 7 This poor man cried out, and the Lord heard him, and saved him out of all his sorrows. 8 The angel of the LORD will encamp around those who fear him, and deliver them. 9 Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the man who trusts in you. 10 Fear the LORD, all his saints, for there are no privations to those who fear him. 11 Riches are impoverished and hungry, but those who seek the Lord will not lose all good things. 12 Come, my children, listen to me; I will teach you the fear of the Lord. 13 Who is a man who wants to live, who loves to see good days? 14 Keep your tongue from evil, and your mouth from speaking flattery. 15 Turn away from evil and do good. Seek peace, and marry I. 16 The eyes of the LORD are upon the righteous, and his ears are for their prayer. 17 But the face of the LORD is upon those who do evil, to demand their remembrance from the earth. 18 Cry out to the righteous, and the LORD will hear them, and deliver them from all their troubles. 19 The Lord is near to save the brokenhearted and the lowly in spirit. 20 Many are the tribulations of the righteous, and I the LORD will deliver them all. 21 The LORD will keep all their bones, and not one of them will be broken. 22 The death of sinners is cruel, and those who hate the righteous will sin. 23 The LORD will deliver the souls of his servants, and all who put their trust in Him will not sin.
Glory:

Psalm 34

A psalm to David.
1 Judge, O Lord, those who offend me; overcome those who struggle. 2 Take up your armor and shield, and arise to help me. 3 Draw out the sword, and shut up all those who persecute me. Hearts of my soul: I am your salvation Az. 4 Let those who seek my soul be put to shame and put to shame; let those who think evil turn back and be put to shame. 5 Let them be like dust before the wind, and the angel of the LORD reviling them. 6 Let their way be dark and creeping, and the angel of the LORD pursue them: 7 For thou hast not hidden the destruction of thy net, but hast reviled my soul in vain. 8 Let the net come to him that is not known, and let it catch him that is hidden, and let it embrace him, and let it fall into the net into the nude. 9 But my soul will rejoice in the Lord; it will rejoice in his salvation. 10 All my bones will say, ” Lord, Lord, who is like you?” Deliver the poor from the hand of those who strengthen him, and the poor and wretched from those who plunder him. 11 When I am a witness of unrighteousness, and I do not know, I ask you questions. 12 You who are evil and good will repay me, and the childlessness of my soul. 13 But when they are always cold, I will put on sackcloth, and humble my soul with fasting, and my prayer will return to my bosom. 14 As you have pleased your neighbor, as you have pleased our brother, so you have humbled yourself while weeping and lamenting. 15 And thou shalt rejoice in me, and be gathered together: thou shalt gather thy wounds upon me, and not know them; thou shalt separate thyself, and not be moved. 16 Tempt me, imitate me by imitating me, and gnash your teeth against me. 17 Lord, when will you see it? Protect my soul from their wickedness, and my only begotten daughter from them. 18 We will make ourselves known to you in many churches, and I will praise you in the people of tyazhtseh. 19 Let not those who make war with me unrighteously, those who hate me in vain, and those who remember my eyes, rejoice over me. 20 For I am afraid of a peaceful verb, and I think of flattery in the wrath of my heart. 21 Open your mouth against me, saying, ” Good, good, you have seen our eyes.” 22 You have seen, O Lord, and do not be silent. Lord, don’t back down from me. 23 Arise, O Lord, and give ear to my judgment, O my God, and to my righteousness, O my Lord. 24 Judge me, O LORD, according to your righteousness, O Lord my God, and let them not rejoice over me. 25 Let them not say in their hearts, ‘It is good, it is good for our soul;’ but let them say, ‘ It is devoured.’ 26 Let them be put to shame and be put to shame, together with those who rejoice in my evil; let them be clothed with joy and shame, and let those who cry out against me. 27 Let those who want my righteousness rejoice and be glad, and let them say to me, ” May the LORD be exalted, those who want peace for his servant.” 28 And my tongue shall learn thy righteousness, and praise all the day long. Your.

Psalm 35

1 In the end, to the servant of the LORD, David.
2 Saith the most wicked man to sin in himself: there is no fear of God in his sight. 3 For let us strive before him to find our iniquity and hate it. 4 The words of his mouth are iniquity and flattery; they do not want to understand what pleases them. 5 Think of iniquity in your bed: you stand before every evil way, but you are not indignant at wickedness. 6 O Lord, thy lovingkindness and thy truth are in heaven unto the clouds. 7 Your righteousness is like the mountains of God; your destinies are many. Save men and cattle, O Lord. 8 For thou hast multiplied thy mercy, O God, and the sons of mankind are in the shelter of krilu Your hope is imut. 9 They will drink of the fatness of your house, and I will give you a drink of the flow of your sweetness. 10 For with you is the fountain of life; in your light we will see light. 11 Prove your lovingkindness to those who lead you and your righteousness with a just heart. 12 Let not the foot of pride come to me, nor the hand of a sinner move me. 13 There all those who work iniquity have fallen: they have gone out of their way, and they will not be able to stand.
Glory:

Psalm 36

A psalm to David.
1 Do not be jealous of those who are evil, but do not envy those who work iniquity. 2 Do not like the grass will soon be worn out, and like the herbs of the grass will soon fall away. 3 Put your trust in the LORD, and do good deeds, and fill the land, and be assured of its riches. 4 Enjoy the Lord, and he will give you the requests of your heart. 5 Open your way to the LORD, and put your trust in him, and he will do it: 6 And he will bring forth your righteousness and your destiny as the light, as the noonday. 7 Obey the Lord and plead with him. Do not be jealous of a person who is dying in his way, a person who commits lawbreaking. 8 Turn away from wrath and forsake wrath; do not be jealous of the evil one. 9 For those who do not deceive will be consumed, but those who endure the LORD will inherit the land. 10 And yet a little while, and there will be no sinner, and the penalty will be taken.find his place, and you will not find it. 11 But the meek shall inherit the earth, and enjoy the multitude of the world. 12 A sinner builds up a righteous man even more sparinglyrub your teeth together. 13 But the LORD will laugh at him, and he will not see again, for his day is coming. 14 Draw the sword of a sinner, stretch out your bow, cast down the poor and needy, and slay the righteous in heart. 15 Let their sword enter into their hearts, and let their hearts be broken. 16 Better is a little for the righteous, than the riches of sinners are many. 17 Therefore the muscles of sinners will break, but the Lord will strengthen the righteous. 18 The LORD will know the ways of the blameless, and their inheritance will last forever. 19 They will not be put to shame in a time of violence, nor will they be filled in the day of gladness, for sinners will perish. 20 But defy the Lord, that you may be glorified by him and exalted, vanishing like smoke. 21 A sinner borrows and does not repay, but a righteous man is generous and gives. 22 For those who bless him will inherit the land, but those who cling to him will be consumed. 23 A man’s feet are corrected by the LORD, and his ways are greatly exalted. 24 When he falls, he will not be broken, for the LORD strengthens his hand. 25 The youngest was born, for he was old, and the righteous was not forsaken as one who asked for bread below his seed. 26 All the day long the righteous man has mercy and gives in return, and his seed will be a blessing. 27 Turn away from evil, and do good, and dwell for ever and ever. 28 For the Lord loveth judgment, and will not forsake his saints: they shall be preserved for ever. But the wicked will be born out, and the seed of the wicked will be consumed. 29 But the righteous shall inherit the earth, and dwell therein for ever and ever. 30 The mouth of the righteous will learn wisdom, and his tongue will speak judgment. 31 The law of his God is in his heart, and his feet will not stumble. 32 A sinner sees a righteous man, and seeks to kill him. 33 But the LORD will not leave him in his hand, but will condemn him when he judges him. 34 Be patient with the LORD, and keep his way, and he will exalt thee, that thou mayest inherit the earth, and that thou mayest always be consumed by a sinner. 35 I see the wicked exalted and exalted, like the cedars of Lebanon. 36 And he passed by, and saw him not, and sought him, and found not his place. 37 Keep kindness and see justice, for there is a way out for a man of peace. 38 But the wicked will be consumed together, but the remnants of the wicked will be consumed. 39 But the salvation of the righteous is from the LORD, and their protector is in the time of trouble. 40 And the LORD will help them, and deliver them, and take them away from the sinner, and save them, for you have put your trust in him.
Glory:
According to the 5th Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 5:
Your terrible Throne, / my evil life. / And who will deliver me from my need at that time, / if You do not have mercy on me, O Christ O God, how Generous and Humane are you?
Glory: Care of the life of the banished me of paradise, / and what I will do, desperate. / For this reason I enter the gates and call: / O Lord, O Lord, open me with repentance / and save me.
And now: What shall We call Your temple, O Theotokos? / Is it a spiritual refuge? / or paradise of the sweetness of heaven, / intercession of an endless life? / For you are all good, / always pray to Christ / that our souls may be saved.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
O just and praiseworthy God, O great and mighty God, O God everlasting, hear the prayer of a sinful man in this hour: hear me, who promised to hear those who call upon You in truth, and do not abhor me, who have an unclean mouth and keep a sinful heart, the hope of all the ends of the earth and of those who travel far away. Take up your weapons and your shield, and arise for my help: pour out your sword, and shut up all those who persecute me. Forbid with an unclean spirit from the presence of my folly, and let the spirit of hatred and malice, the spirit of envy and flattery, the spirit of fear and despondency, the spirit of pride and all other malice be separated from my thoughts, and let every kindling and movement of my flesh that is formed from the devil’s work be extinguished, and let my soul and body be enlightened, and The spirit is your light Divine knowledge: that by the multitude of Your mercies I may attain to the union of faith, in a perfect man, in the measure of stature, and glorify with the angels and all Your saints Your all-honorable and glorious name, of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, now and ever, and unto the ages of ages, amen.

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