The text of Kafism the fourth

The text of Kafism the fourth

Psalm 9. ” Let us rejoice in You, O Lord, with all my heart.”

1 At the end, O secret Son, a psalm to David.
2 Let us rejoice in you, O Lord, with all my heart; let us know all your wonders. 3 I will be glad and rejoice in you; I will sing to your name, O Most High. 4 My enemy will always turn back; they will faint and perish before my face. Yours. 5 For thou hast made my judgment and my righteousness; thou hast sat on the throne, judging righteousness. 6 Thou hast forbidden with thy tongue, and the wicked perish; thou hast consumed his name for ever and ever. 7 The enemy has lost his weapons to the end, and you have destroyed the cities, and his memory will perish with a roar. 8 And the LORD abideth for ever, having prepared his throne for judgment; 9 And she shall judge them of the world in righteousness, and judge them of men in uprightness. 10 And the LORD was a refuge for the poor, a helper in good times and in trouble.

11 And let those who know your name put their trust in you, for you have not forsaken those who seek you, O LORD. 12 Sing to the Lord, I live13 For if I seek their blood, I will remember them, not for the calling of the poor. 14 Have mercy on me, O Lord, and see my humility O my enemies, lift me up from the gates of death, 15 For I will declare all your praises in the gates of Zion’s daughter, and we will rejoice in your salvation. 16 The heathen are in the midst of destruction, which they have created; in this net, which they have hidden, their foot is bound. 17 We know that the Lord is the creator of destinies, and the sinner is bound in the deed of his hand. 18 Let sinners return to hell, all the heathen who forget God. 19 For the poor will not be completely forgotten; the patience of the poor will not perish completely. 20 Arise, O Lord; let no man be strong, let the Gentiles be judged before you.

21 Appoint, O Lord, a lawgiver over them, that the Gentiles may understand, for they are men. 22 Whither, O Lord, standest thou far away, despise me in good times, in sorrows? 23 A wicked man is always proud, a poor man is always proud, and they get caught up in what they think. 24 For the sinner is praised in the lusts of his soul, and the wrongdoer is blessed. 25 Provoke the LORD to anger, you sinner, because of the multitude of your wrath you will not be punishedshet, there is no God before him. 26 His ways are defiled at all times; your destinies are taken away from him; he has all his enemies. 27 For he speaks in his heart, and does not move from generation to generation without evil, 28 For his mouth is full of oaths, and sorrows and flattery, and labor and sickness are under his tongue. 29 He will crouch in the trap with the rich in secret; if you kill an innocent man, you will look with his eyes on the poor. 30 He catches in secret, as a lion catches in his fence; he catches a hedgehog to delight the poor, to delight the poor, and always to attract them.

31 In his net he will humble him, bow down, and fall; he will always possess the poor. 32 For he said in his heart, Zab God, turn your face away His own, but does not see to the end. 33 Arise, O Lord my God, and let the hand be lifted up. Thine, do not forget Thy poor ones to the end. 34 Who is the wicked one for the wrath of God? Speak in your heart: it won’t charge you. 35 See that you see sickness and wrath; let him be delivered into your hands; a beggar is left to you to eat; You will be a helper to the syrians. 36 Break the arm of the sinner and the evil one, vzvhis sin is revealed and will not be found. 37 The LORD is king for ever and ever; ye Gentiles shall perish from his land. 38 O Lord, thou hast heard the desire of the poor, and hast prepared their hearts in thine own ear. 39 Judge the sire and the humble, so that no man on earth may add greatness to them.

Psalm 10. ” I have put my trust in the Lord, as you say of my soul.”

Finally, a psalm to David.
1 I have put my trust in the LORD, as you say to my soul, ” Walk on the mountains like a bird.” 2 For behold, sinners, when you have prepared your bow and arrows in Tula, shoot them in the darkness with your right heart. 3 Zane What You have done, You will destroy them, but what will you do, O righteous one? The Lord is in His holy temple. 4 Yahweh, his throne is in heaven; you will see the poor with his eyes; the children of men will try his eyes. 5 The Lord will test the righteous and the wicked; but he who loves unrighteousness hates his own soul. 6 He will rain snares, fire, and scarecrows on sinners, and the tempestuous spirit partakes of their cup. 7 For the LORD is righteous, and thou shalt love righteousness, and see righteousness in his face. His.
Glory:

Psalm 11. ” Save me, O Lord, for the Venerable one is impoverished.”

1 At the end, O Osmei, a psalm to David.
2 Save me, O Lord, for the venerable one is impoverished, for you have fallen away from the truth from the sons of men. 3 Vain words are spoken to each one who is sincere, flattering in the heart without a word, and evil in the heart. 4 The LORD will consume all flattering mouths, a great tongue, 5 rekshy: let us magnify our tongue, our mouth is with us, who is the Lord to us? 6 For the passion of the poor, and for the groaning of the poor, I will rise again this day, saith the Lord; I will put myself in salvation, I will not doubt it. 7 The word of the LORD is pure, the silver is kindled, the earth is tempted, the week is cleansed. 8 You, O Lord, have preserved us and kept us from this generation forever. 9 The wicked walk around, on high Thine hast thou multiplied the sons of men.

Psalm 12. ” How long, O Lord, will you forget me?”

1 At the end, a psalm to David.
2 How long, O Lord, will you forget me completely? Until you turn your face away Your name from me? 3 How long will I put counsel in my soul, and sickness in my heart day and night? How long will my enemy be lifted up against me? 4 Look, hear me, O Lord my God, enlighten my eyes, lest I fall asleep to death; 5 Lest my enemy speak, and be strong against him. 6 Those who are cold will rejoice if they move. 7 But I have put my trust in your mercy; my heart will rejoice in your salvation; I will sing to the Lord, who has done me good, and I will sing to the name of the Lord most High.

Psalm 13. “Speak foolishly in your heart”

Finally, a psalm to David.
1 He says in his heart, ” God is not.” Rastlesha and omerzishasya in nachoraniyh, nest do good deeds. 2 The LORD cometh down from heaven upon the sons of men, and seeth if thou knowest or seekest God. 3 All evaded, together with those who were not prickly: do not do good deeds, do not reach one. 4 Will not all those who work iniquity, who eat my people for bread, understand? The Lord is not called. 5 There you are afraid of fear, and there is no fear, for the LORD is in the generation of the righteous. 6 The counsel of the poor is put to shame, but the Lord is his hope. 7 Who will give the salvation of Israel from Zion? 8 The LORD will always restore the captivity of his people; Jacob will rejoice, and Israel will be glad.
Glory:

Psalm 14: “Lord, who dwells in your dwelling place?”

Finally, a psalm to David.
1 Lord, who dwells in your dwelling place? Or who will dwell in Your holy mountain? 2 Walk uprightly and do righteousness; speak the truth in your heart. 3 You who do not growl with your tongue, and do not do evil to your sincere one, and do not take reproach on your neighbor. 4 The wicked one is despised before him, but he who fears the LORD praises him; he clings to his sincere heart and does not turn away. 5 You will not give your silver for usury, and you will not accept bribes for the innocent. This work will not be moved forever.

Psalm 15. “Keep me, O Lord, for I have put my trust in You.”

Stolpopisanie, to David.
1 Keep me, O Lord, for I have put my trust in You. 2 Rehoboam of the Lord: Thou art my Lord You, as my good ones do not require. 3 Surprise the saints who are in his land The Lord has all His will in them. 4 Their infirmities were multiplied, and they were hastened by them: I will not gather their cathedrals from their bloodlines, nor will I remember their names in the mouth of Moim. 5 The LORD is a part of my inheritance and of my cup; you are the giver of my inheritance to me. 6 I have already attacked my mighty ones, for my inheritance is mighty to me. 7 I will bless the Lord, who has admonished me, and I will punish my womb before nightfall. 8 I will take out the foreknowledge of the LORD before me, for I am at my right hand, but I will not move. 9 For this reason my heart will be glad, and my tongue will be glad, and yet my flesh will dwell in hope. 10 For do not leave my soul in hell, but let your venerable one see corruption. 11 Thou hast said unto me the ways of thy life: thou hast filled me with gladness in thy countenance; beauty is in thy right hand to the end.

Psalm 16: “Hear, O Lord, my righteousness; give ear to my supplication.”

Prayer to David.
1 Hear, O LORD, my righteousness; hearken to my supplication; give ear to my prayer, not with flattering lips. 2 On behalf of Let my fate depart, and let my eyes see the truth.
3 Thou hast tempted my heart, thou hast visited the night, thou hast tempted me, and unrighteousness is not found in me. 4 For let not my mouth speak out the works of men; for the words of your mouth, but the ways of those who have kept them, are cruel. 5 Make my steps perfect in your paths, that my feet may not be moved. 6 I have cried, for thou hast heard me, O God; incline thine ear to me, and hear my words. 7 Surprise thy mercies, and save them that trust in thee from them that resist thy right hand. 8 Keep me, O Lord, as the apple of your eye, in the shelter of Krila Cover me with yours. 9 They have grown old before me from the presence of the wicked; O my enemies, thou hast possessed my soul. 10 Shut up their fat, and their mouths utter pride.

11 Those who cast me out now come to see me, and set their eyes to the ground to avoid me. 12 Embrace me like a lion ready for fishing and like a skimmer dwelling in secret places. 13 Arise, O Lord; I will go before them and remember them; deliver my soul from the wicked, your weapon by your own hand 14 O LORD, from the little ones of the earth, I have divided them in my belly, and their womb is filled with your hidden ones, and I have filled my sons, and I have left the remains of my child. 15 But I will appear to the face in truth To You, I am satisfied, Your glory will always appear to me.

Glory:
According to the 2nd Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 2:
I am an unfruitful tree, O Lord, and I do not bear the fruit of tenderness , and I am afraid of being cut down, and I am afraid of the unquenchable Fire. / All the more I pray You: / first of all, turn my needs and save me.
Like the waves of the sea, / my iniquities rise up against me, / like a ship in the deep, / I am only overcome by many transgressions, / but guide me to a quiet haven, O Lord, by repentance , and save me.
Glory: Have mercy on me, saith David , and I call You : I have sinned, O Saviour, having cleansed my sins by repentance, have mercy on me.
And now: Warm intercession of Christians, / Beseech Thy Son, O Theotokos , / to deliver us from every wickedness and fierceness of the warrior, / and grant us forgiveness for all our sins, / mercy for the sake of generosity, / through Thy prayers, O Virgin Mother.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
O Master Almighty, Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Only Begotten Son O Son, grant me an undefiled body, a pure heart, a cheerful mind, a clear mind, and an invasion of the Holy Spirit, to the acquisition and satisfaction of the truth in Christ Thine: With Whom befits Thee glory, honor, and worship, with the Holy Ghost, now and ever, and unto the ages of ages, amen.

Values of the second Kafizma

This kathismus is formed by the 7 psalms (9-16). The numbering of the psalms in the Greek and Hebrew Bibles is divided by the 9th Psalm. In editions based on the Masoretic text, this text is divided into 2 Psalms: 9 and 10.

When compared with the Synodal Translation, verses 9: 1-21 of the Russian text correspond to Psalm 9 of the Hebrew Bible (Biblia Hebraica), and verses 9:22-39 correspond to Psalm 10. The numbering of the psalms in the Russian Synodal translation corresponds to the Greek Bible.

The text of Psalm 9 conveys the tension associated with testing the faith of the righteous. Despite David’s desire to follow the ways of the Lord (9: 2-7), God seems to step aside in times of trouble (9:22). The wicked boast of their riches, their lips are full of deceit, and they lie in wait for the poor, saying to themselves:: “God has forgotten, “” will not seek,” ” has covered His face “(9: 24-32).

Psalm 10 also describes the persecution of the righteous by the wicked, but it does not include the perplexity “why, Lord, do you stand afar off” (9:22) and the urgent request “Arise, Lord” (9:33) inherent in Psalm 9. Instead, the psalmist provides the character of persecution by the enemies from whom he is being saved (10:2-4), and then emphasizes the confidence with which David reflects on the trials of the Lord (v. 5-7). Psalm 10, like Psalms 45 and 47, expresses the assurance that God does not abandon those who are loyal to Him in spite of public unrest.

Psalm 11 focuses on the contrast between human falsehood and divine truth.

Psalm 12 is a short prayer in which there is a sharp transition from weeping to praise.

Psalm 13 is the cry of a man surrounded by evil people.

The first verse of Psalm 14, “Who is able to dwell in your dwelling place?” (14:1), opens a reflection on the criteria for allowing people to participate in public worship (cf. Ps.23:3-6). God has nothing to do with evil; those who do evil move away from God themselves.

Although Psalm 15 continues the idea of the previous one, it is more optimistic and joyful. The author of the psalm, according to the inscription — is David. He contrasts his lifestyle with those who worship false gods, showing that God is blessing him for his faithfulness right now. He also hopes that God will save him even from the ravages of death.

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