Psalm 100 (First Hour)
(Psalm 101 – Hebrew Numbering)
Of mercy and judgment will I sing unto Thee, O Lord; I will chant and have understanding in a blameless path.
When wilt Thou come unto me?
I have walked in the innocence of my heart in the midst of my house.
I have no unlawful thing before mine eyes; the workers of transgressions I have hated.
A crooked heart hath not cleaved unto me; as for the wicked man who turned from me, I knew him not.
Him that privily talked against his neighbor did I drive away from me.
With him whose eye was proud and his heart insatiate, I did not eat.
Mine eyes were upon the faithful of the land, that they might sit with me; the man that walked in the blameless path, he ministered unto me.
The proud doer dwelt not in the midst of my house; the speaker of unjust things prospered not before mine eyes.
In the morning I slew all the sinners of the land, utterly to destroy out of the city of the Lord all them that work iniquity.