The text of Kafism the sixteenth

The text of Kafism the sixteenth

Psalm 134

Hallelujah.
1 Praise the name of the Lord, praise, servants of the Lord, 2 standing upThey are in the temple of the Lord, in the courtyard of the house of our God. 3 Praise the LORD, for the LORD is good; sing to his name, for it is good. The Lord is for Himself, and Israel is for His possession. 5 For I know you, for the Lord is great, and our Lord is above all gods. 6 All elika vozgote Lord, create in the heavens and on the earth, in the seas and in all the abysses. 7 Raise up clouds from the bottom of the earth, make lightnings in the rain, bring out the winds from your treasures. 8 And thou shalt smite the firstborn of Egypt, both man and beast. 9 Send signs and wonders in the midst of you, Egypt, against Pharaoh and all his servants. 10 Who smite many tongues and smite mighty kings: 11 King Zion Of the Amorites, and Og the king 12 And you will give their land for an inheritance, for an inheritance to Israel, to your people. 13 O LORD, thy name endureth for ever, and thy remembrance endureth for all generations: 14 For the LORD will judge them by his people, and will pray for his servants. 15 Idols of the tongue, silver and gold, the work of men’s hands. 16 They will have mouths and not see; they will have eyes and not see; 17 They will have ears and not hear. For there is a spirit in their mouth. 18 Let those who create be like them, and let all those who hope in me be like them. 19 До́ме Изра́илев, благослови́те Го́спода, до́ме Ааро́нь, благослови́те Го́спода, до́ме Леви́ин, благослови́те Го́спода. 20 You who fear the Lord, bless the Lord. 21 Blessed be the LORD of Zion, who dwells in Jerusalem.

Psalm 135

Hallelujah.
1 Confess to the Lord, for he is good, for his mercy endures forever. 2 Confess to the God of Gods, for his mercy endures forever. 3 Confess to the LORD and to the Lord, for his mercy endures forever. 4 To the one who has performed miracles, great is his mercy for ever. 5 To him who created the heavens with understanding, for his mercy endures forever. 6 To him who established the earth on the waters, for his mercy endures forever. 7 To the one who created the luminaries is great, for his mercy endures forever. 8 The sun is in every day, for his mercy endures forever. 9 The moon and the stars by night, for his lovingkindness endures forever. 10 To him who smote Egypt with his firstborn, for his mercy endures forever; 11 And to him who brought Israel out from among them, for his mercy endures forever. 12 With a strong hand and an exalted arm, for his mercy endures forever. 13 To him who divides the red Sea into divisions, for his mercy endures forever. 14 And to him that led Israel in the midst of him, for his mercy endureth for ever. 15 And he shook Pharaoh and his strength into the red sea, for his mercy endures forever. 16 To him who has led his people into the wilderness, for his mercy endures forever. 17 To him that smote great kings, for his mercy endureth forever; 18 And to him that slew mighty kings, for his mercy endureth forever: 19 To Zion the king of Israel, 20 And Og the king of the Amorites, for his mercy endures forever. Vasanska, for His mercy endures forever. 21 And to him who gave their land an inheritance, for his mercy endures forever. 22 The inheritance of Israel, the servant For His mercy endures forever. 23 For the LORD will remember us in our humility, for his mercy endures forever. 24 And he delivered us from our enemies, for his mercy endures forever. 25 Give food to all flesh, for his mercy endures forever. 26 Confess to the God of heaven that his mercy endures forever.

Psalm 136

To David by Jeremiah.
1 In the rivers of Babylon, between Sedoch and plakah, remember Zion always. 2 On the verbiah in the midst of it, our organs are surrounded by them. 3 For there you have asked us captives about songs of words, and you have led us about singing: Sing to us from the songs of Zion. 4 How shall we sing the song of the LORD in strange lands? 5 If I forget you, O Jerusalem, let my right hand be forgotten. 6 Clench my tongue to my throat, if I do not remember you, if I do not offer you Jerusalem, as in the beginning of my joy. 7 Remember, O LORD, O children of Edom, in the day of Jerusalem, saying, Exhaust, exhaust to its foundations. 8 O cursed daughter of Babylon, blessed is he who will repay you the reward you have given us. 9 Blessed is he that hath it, and hath broken thy babes against the stone.
Glory:

Psalm 137

A psalm to David, Haggiah, and Zechariah.
1 Let us rejoice in you, O Lord, with all my heart, and I will sing to you before the angels, for you have heard all the words of my mouth. 2 I will worship at your holy temple, and let us rejoice in your name for your mercy and your truth, for you have magnified your holy name above all things. 3 In every day that I call you, hear me quickly: multiply me in my soul by your power. 4 May all the kings of the earth confess to you, O Lord, for you have heard all the words of your mouth, 5 and may they sing in the ways of the LORD, for the glory of the LORD is great, 6 For the LORD is exalted, and looks down on the humble, and the message is high from afar. 7 If I go in the midst of tribulation, live me; thou hast stretched out thy hand against the wrath of my enemy And save me with Your right hand. 8 The Lord will reward me. O Lord, Your mercy endures forever, do Don’t despise yours.

Psalm 138

At the end of David, Psalm Zechariah in razseyanii.
1 O Lord, thou hast tempted me, and hast known me. Thou hast known my sitting and my rising. 2 Thou hast understood my thoughts from afar: 3 The path is mine, and it is already mine Thou hast followed, and hast seen all my ways. 4 For there is no flattery in my tongue: Lo, O Lord, thou hast known me. 5 All the latest and oldest: You created me, and You laid Your hand on me. 6 Be surprised at my presence of mind; be strong; I will not be able to help it. 7Who will I go of your Spirit? And on behalf of Your kamo beju? 8 If I ascend to heaven, you are there; if I descend to hell, you are there. 9 If I stir up my krill early and settle in the last seas-10 and there bo hand Your right hand will guide me and restrain me. 11 And reh: Will thy food tread upon me, and the night be enlightened in my sweetness? 12 For the darkness will not be darkened by you, and the night, like the day, will be enlightened, like its darkness, so will its light. 13 For thou didst create my womb, and didst receive me out of my mother’s womb. 14 Let us rejoice in you, for you were greatly surprised. Yours, and my soul knows zelo. 15 Do not hide my bone from you, which you have made in secret, and my composition in the hells of the earth. 16 Your eyes will see my unfinished work, and all things will be written in your book. 17 But I would greatly honor your friends, O God; their dominions would greatly be established. 18 I will strengthen them, and they will multiply more than sand. 19 If sinners, O God, strike men of blood, turn away from me. 20 For if you are jealous in your thoughts, your cities will come to vanity. 21 Will not those who hate you, O Lord, hate you, and think of your sins? 22 I hated you with utter hatred; you were my enemies. 23 Tempt me, O God, and win my heart; stretch me out and understand my paths; 24 and see if the way of iniquity is in me, and guide me to an everlasting path.

Psalm 139

Finally, a psalm to David.
1 Take me away, O Lord, from an evil man; deliver me from an unrighteous man; 2 You who have thought unrighteousness in your heart, who have been fighting all day long; 3 sharpen your tongue like a serpent, the poison of vipers is under their mouths. 4 Keep me, O Lord, out of the hand of sinners; take me out of the hands of unrighteous men. 5 Hide the snare of gordii for me, and prepare the snare of Moim’s feet for you. 6 Put temptations in the path. 7 Rehgevi: Thou art my God, O Lord, give ear to the voice of my supplication. 8 O Lord, O Lord, by the power of my salvation, thou hast overshadowed my head in the day of battle. 9 Deliver me not, O LORD, out of my desire to a sinner: think on me, and do not forsake me, lest they be lifted up. 10 The head of their environment, the work of their mouth will cover me. 11 Coals of fire will fall on them, and I will lay them down in a passion, and they will not stand. 12 A Gentile man will not be reformed in the land; an unrighteous, evil man will be caught up to corruption. 13 Know that the LORD will execute judgment on the poor and vengeance on the poor. 14 The righteous will confess this to your name, and the righteous will dwell with your face.
Glory:

Psalm 140

A psalm to David.
1 O Lord, I have cried unto thee, hear me: hearken unto the voice of my supplication, I will always cry unto thee. 2 Let my prayer be corrected, as a censer before you; the lifting up of my hand is an evening sacrifice. 3 Put, O LORD, a guard over my mouth, and a door of protection over my mouth. 4 Do not turn my heart away into words of wickedness, and do not sow the guilt of sin with men who work iniquity, and do not associate with their chosen ones. 5 The righteous will punish me with mercy and reprove me, but let not the oil of a sinner anoint my head, for my prayer is also in their good pleasure. 6 They were devoured by the stone of their judges: my words will be heard, for they are lifted up. 7 As the thickness of the earth sank upon the earth, and their bones were wasted in hell. 8 For my eyes are on you, O Lord, O Lord; I have put my trust in you; do not take away my life. 9 Keep me from the snare that we have made, and from the snare of those who work iniquity. 10 Sinners will fall into their misery: I am one, until I pass away.

Psalm 141

1 Reason to David, always be with him in the place of prayer.
2 I have cried to the LORD with my voice; I have prayed to the LORD with my voice. 3 I will pour out my supplication before him; I will declare my sorrow before him. 4 Always let my spirit disappear from me: and thou hast known my paths: in this way thou hast hidden my snare. 5 I will look at my right hand and look, and you will not know me: the flight from me is lost, and you will not seek my soul. 6 I have cried to you, O Lord, reh: You are my hope, my portion in the land of the living. 7 Hearken to my supplication, for thou hast greatly humbled thyself; deliver me from them that persecute me, for thou art stronger than I. 8 Bring my soul out of prison, and confess thy name. I am waiting for the righteous, until you repay me.

Psalm 142

Psalm to David when you persecute him Absalom his son.
1 O Lord, hear my prayer, give ear to my supplication in your truth, hear me in your righteousness, 2 and do not enter into judgment with your servant, for everyone living will not be justified before you. 3 For thou hast driven out my soul; thou hast humbled my belly to eat in the ground; thou hast planted me to eat in the dark, as in the dead ages. 4 And my spirit is discouraged in me, and my heart is troubled in me. 5 Remember the days of old, and learn in all your works, in your works of creation. I missed yours. 6 I have lifted up my hands to you, O my soul, as a waterless land to you. 7 Hear me quickly, O Lord, O Father of my spirit; do not turn away your face Thine from me, and I will be like unto thee when I descend8 I will hear you show me your mercy in the morning, for I have put my trust in You. Tell me, O Lord, which way I will go, for I will take my soul to You. 9 Take me away from my enemies, O Lord, for I have come to you. 10 Teach me to do thy will, as thou art Oh, my God. Your good Spirit will guide me to the right land. 11 For thy name’s sake, O LORD, live me; by thy righteousness deliver my soul from sorrow. 12 And by thy mercy demand my enemies, and destroy all my cold souls, for I am thy servant.
Glory:
According to the 19th Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 7:
Giving thanks, I praise Thee, O my God, for thou hast given repentance to all sinners. / O Saviour, do not put me to shame, / when thou comest to judge the whole world, / thou shameful work that hast done.
Glory: I have sinned immeasurably against You, and I expect immeasurable torments , O my God, having pinched me, save me.
And now: To the multitude of Thy mercies / now I take refuge: / Loosen the chains, O Theotokos, / of my transgressions.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
Vladyka Christ O God, Who hast healed my passions by Thy passions, and hast healed my sores by Thy sores, grant me, who have sinned much, tears of tenderness; dissolve my body from the smell of Thy life-giving Body, and delight my soul With your honest Blood from sorrow, give me a drink from your lover. Lift up my mind to You, O Thou who art attracted to the valley, and raise me from the abyss of perdition, for I am not the imam of repentance, nor the imam of tenderness, nor the imam of consoling tears, who raises my children to his inheritance. Darkened by the mind in the passions of life, I cannot look to You in sickness, I cannot warm myself with tears that I love You, but, Master Lord Jesus Christ, Treasure of the Good, grant me full repentance, and a heart that labors for Your search, grant me Your grace, and renew in me the eyes of Your image. Leave Me, do not forsake me, go out to my search, raise me up to Your pasture, and associate me with the sheep of Your chosen flock, bring me up with them from the grain of Your divine mysteries, through the prayers of Your Most Pure Mother and all Your saints, amen.

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