The text of Kafism the thirteenth

The text of Kafism the thirteenth

Psalm 91

1 Psalm of song on the Sabbath day.
2 It is good to confess to the Lord, and to pray to your name, O Most High: 3 To proclaim your mercy and your truth every night in the morning, 4 in a ten-stringed psalter with a song in the harp. 5 For thou hast made me glad, O Lord, in thy creation, and in thy works. I will rejoice in yours. 6 For your deeds are magnified Thine, O Lord, hath greatly deepened thy thoughts. 7 A foolish man does not know these things, and a foolish man does not understand them. 8 Sinners always vegetate like grass, and all those who work iniquity penetrate: for let them be consumed forever and ever. 9 But you are the Most High forever, O Lord. 10 Yako se vrazi Thine, O Lord, as thou hast lied Yours will perish, and all those who work iniquity will be scattered. 11 And my horn will be lifted up like a unicorn’s, and my old age will be covered with oil and mastic. 12 And my eye shall look upon my enemies, and I will rise upschyya na mya slyavnuyuschyya will hear my ear. 13 The righteous will prosper like the phoenix, and the cedar that is in Lebanon will multiply. 14 Plantings in the house of the LORD, in the household of our God, will flourish; 15 They will multiply in their old age, and they will prosper. 16 Let it be declared that the LORD our God is right, and there is no unrighteousness in him.

Psalm 92

On the day before the Sabbath, the land is always inhabited, praise the song of David.
1 The LORD hath reigned, and hath clothed himself with babble: the LORD hath clothed himself with power, and hath girded himself: for strengthen the world, which is not moved. 2 Your throne is ready from the dead: you are from everlasting. 3 You have raised up rivers, O Lord; you have raised up rivers with their own voices. 4 The rivers will stir up their tremors, because of the voices of many waters. 5 Wondrous are the high places of the sea; wondrous is the LORD in the high places. 6 Your rendezvous is sure; your house is holy, O LORD, in the length of days.

Psalm 93

Psalm to David, on the fourth Sabbath.
1 The God of vengeance, the Lord, the God of vengeance, did not fail to eat. 2 Be thou exalted, the judge of the earth; give recompense to the proud. 3 How long, O Lord, will sinners be praised? 4 Do they proclaim and proclaim unrighteousness; do all those who work iniquity proclaim it? 5 Your people, O Lord, are humbled, and your wealth is embittered. 6 The widow and ser umorish and the stranger ubish, 7 and resh: The Lord will not see, but the God of Jacob will understand. 8 But understand the folly of the people, and how they will once be wise. 9 Plantings of the ear, does it not hear? Or is the golden eye watching? 10 Chastise tongues, will he not reprove, teach a man understanding? 11 The LORD knows the thoughts of men, for they are vain. 12 Blessed is the man whom you punish, O LORD, and teach him of your law; 13 Tame him from the bitter days before the pit of sin is dug. 14 For the LORD will not forsake his people, nor forsake his wealth, 15 Until justice is brought to justice, and all who hold it are right in heart. 16 Who will raise me up against the evil one? Or who will stand before those who commit iniquity? 17 If the Lord had not helped me, my soul would not have gone to hell. 18 If you speak, if my foot moves, your mercy, O Lord, will help me. 19 Because of the multitude of my diseases in my heart, your consolations have made my soul glad. 20 Let not the throne of iniquity be upon you, building up the work of the commandment. 21 They will catch the soul of the righteous, and condemn the blood of the innocent. 22 And the LORD was my refuge, and my God was the help of my hope. 23 And the LORD will recompense them for their iniquity, and I, the LORD our God, will destroy them according to their wickedness.
Glory:

Psalm 94

A song of praise to David, not inscribed by the Jew.
1 Come, let us rejoice in the Lord; let us cry out to God our Saviour: 2 Let us go before you. His confession, and in the psalm let us cry out to Him. 3 For the LORD is a great God, and the King is great throughout all the earth; 4 For in his hands are all the ends of the earth, and the heights of the mountains. 5 For this is the sea, and that thou shalt make, and his hand shalt make the dry land. 6 Come, let us worship and fall down before him, and weep before the Lord who created us: 7 For he is our God, and we are the people of his pasture, and the sheep of his hand. Today, if you hear his voice, 8 Do not harden your hearts, for you are in wrath, even in the days of temptation in the wilderness. My. 10 For four hundred years the indignation of that generation hath always gone astray in their hearts, and they have not known my ways, 11 For they have sworn in my wrath, if they enter into my rest.

Psalm 95

The praise of the song to David, where the house is built after the captivity, is not inscribed by the Jews.
1 Sing to the LORD a new song, sing to the LORD all the earth, 2 Sing to the Lord, bless his name, proclaim good tidings of his salvation day by day. 3 Declare his glory among the nations, and his wonders among all the people. 4 For the LORD is great and highly praised, and the gods are terrible over all. 5 For all speak the tongue of a demon: but the LORD make the heavens. 6 Confession and beauty are before him, holiness and splendor are in his sanctuary. 7 Bring the language of the fatherland to the LORD, bring glory and honor to the LORD. 8 Offer up to the LORD the glory of his name, offer up sacrifices, and enter into his courts. 9 Worship the LORD in the court of his sanctuary, and let all the earth move before him. 10 Make a great noise, for the Lord reigns, for correct the world, which does not move: he judges the people with justice. 11 Let the heavens be glad, and the earth rejoice; let the sea and its fullness move. 12 The fields shall rejoice, and all that is in them: then shall all the trees of the oaks rejoice. The Lord’s will, for He is coming, for He is coming to judge the earth, to judge the universe in truth, and to judge the people in His truth.

Psalm 96

The psalm to David, when his land was built up, is not written in Hebrew.
1 The LORD reigns, let the earth rejoice, and let the islands rejoice in abundance. 2 Cloud and darkness are around him; righteousness and destiny are around his throne. 3 Fire will go before him, and his enemies will burn the land around him. 4 The lightning shone upon his universe, and the earth moved and moved. 5 Mountains of yako wax melt from the face Lord’s Prayer, on behalf of The lords of all the earth. 6 The heavens have declared his righteousness, and all men have seen his glory. 7 Let all those who bow down to idols, who glory in their idols, be put to shame; let all his angels worship him. 8 When Zion heard this, she was glad, and the daughters of Judah rejoiced, because of your destinies, O LORD, 9 For you are the Lord who is most high over all the earth. 10 You who love the LORD, hate the evil one; the LORD keeps the souls of his saints; I will deliver them out of the hand of sinners. 11 Light hath ascended to the righteous, and gladness to the upright in heart. 12 Rejoice, ye righteous ones, in the Lord, and confess the remembrance of his holiness.
Glory:

Psalm 97

A psalm to David.
1 Sing to the LORD a new song, for the LORD has made it wonderful. Save Him with His right hand and His holy arm. 2 The LORD hath spoken his salvation, and hath revealed his righteousness before the tongues. 3 I will remember my lovingkindness to Jacob, and my truth to the house of Israel; for all the ends of the earth have seen the salvation of our God. 4 Cry out to the Gods, and all the earth, and sing, and rejoice, and sing. 5 Sing to the LORD in the harp, in the harp, and in the voice of the psalmist. 6 With forged trumpets, and with the voice of a trumpet, blow ye before the King of the LORD. 7 Let the sea and its waters move, the world and all who dwell in it. 8 Rivers of vopljeschut hand together, the mountains will rejoice. 9 On behalf of The Lord’s will, for it is coming, for it is coming to judge the earth, to judge the universe in truth, and to judge the people in righteousness.

Psalm 98

A psalm to David.
1 The LORD reigns, let the people be angry: sit on the Cherubim, let the earth move. 2 The LORD is great in Zion, and is exalted above all men. 3 Let them confess to your great name, for it is terrible and holy. 4 And judgment loves the king’s honor: thou hast prepared uprightness; thou hast made judgment and uprightness in Jacob. 5 Lift up the LORD our God, and worship his footstool, for he is holy. 6 Moses and Aaron to his priest, and Samuel to those who call on his name: to the call of the LORD, and to the one who obeyed them. 7 In the pillar of cloud we speak to them: 8 O Lord our God, you have listened to them: O God, you have been merciful to them, and you have taken vengeance on all their undertakings. 9 Lift up the LORD our God, and worship in his holiest mountain, for the LORD our God is holy.

Psalm 99

Psalm to David, in confession.
1 Cry out to God, all the earth; 2 Serve the LORD with joy; enter before him with joy. 3 Take them away, for the Lord of that Land is our God: God create us, and not we, but we are His people and sheep of His pasture. 4 Enter ye into his gates in confession, and into his courts in others: confess unto him, and praise his name. 5 For the LORD is good; his mercy endures forever, and his truth endures to all generations.

Psalm 100

A psalm to David.
1 I will sing of mercy and judgment to you, O Lord. 2 I sing and understand in a blameless way, when will you come to me? I pass through the kindness of my heart in the midst of my house. 3 You shall not set before my eyes a thing that is contrary to the law.schyya crime will hate you. 4 Do not cling to my obstinate heart, and do not know the evil one who turns away from me. 5 He who slanders his own sincere one, I cast him out: with a proud eye, and with an unwashed heart, I do not eat with him. 6 My eyes are on the right lands, to plant them with me: walk in a blameless way, this is my servant. 7 Do not live in the midst of my house, do pride, speak unrighteously, do not correct yourself in my sight. 8 All the sinful lands are in the midst of slaughter, that all those who work iniquity may demand it from the city of the LORD.
Glory:
According to the 13th Kathisma, the Trisagion according to Our Father: The same troparia, voice 8:
With a tender eye, O Lord, / see my humility , / for little by little my life depends, / and I have no salvation from works. / For this reason I pray: / with a tender eye, O Lord, / see my humility / and save me.
Glory: For I stand before the Judge, / popetsysya, O soul, / and think of the dreadful day of the hour, / for the judgment is merciless to those who have not created mercy. / Cry out to Christ your God: / Learn the heart, you have sinned, / first do not even condemn, have mercy on me.
And now, O Christ, I tremble in my mind day and hour at Thy dreadful and dreadful judgment, for I am an evildoer, and I have a fierce sense of shame in my deeds and deeds, for I am the only one who has done diligently. / With the same fear I fall down to You, / crying out painfully: / Having begotten You with prayers, O Most Merciful One, / save me.
Lord, have mercy (40) and the prayer:
O holy Lord, Who livest in the highest, and with Your all-seeing eye look down upon all creation. To Thee we bow the neck of our souls and bodies, and to Thee we pray, Most Holy of Holies: stretch out thine invisible hand from Thy holy habitation, and bless all of us: and if anything has sinned against Thee, willy-nilly, for God is good and loveth mankind, forgive us, and grant us Thy good peace. For thine is the power of mercy and salvation, O our God, and to Thee we send up glory, to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, now and ever, and unto the ages of ages, amen.

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