Psalm 65 (Tuesday (Monday and Thursday during Lent))

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Psalm 65 (Kathisma 9)

Read on Tuesday (Monday and Thursday during Lent)

For the End: A Psalmic Ode of Resurrection, 65.

(Psalm 66 – Hebrew Numbering)

Shout with jubilation unto the Lord all the earth; chant ye unto His name, give glory in praise of Him.
Say unto God: How awesome are Thy works!
In the multitude of Thy power shall Thine enemies be proved false unto Thee.
Let all the earth worship Thee and chant unto Thee; let them chant unto Thy name, O Most High.
Come and see the works of the Lord, how awesome He is in His counsels, more than the sons of men.
He turneth the sea into dry land; in the river shall they pass through on foot.
There shall we rejoice in Him, in Him that is ruler in His sovereignty for ever.
His eyes look upon the nations; let not them that embitter Him be exalted in themselves.
O bless our God, ye nations, and make the voice of His praise to be heard, Who hath established my soul in life, and permitteth not my feet to be shaken.
For Thou hast proved us, O God, and by fire hast Thou tried us even as silver is tried by fire.
Thou hast brought us into the snare, Thou hast laid afflictions upon our back, Thou madest men to mount upon our heads.
We went through fire and water, and Thou didst bring us out into refreshment.
I will go into Thy house with a whole-burnt offering; to Thee will I pay my vows which my lips pronounced and which my mouth had spoken in mine affliction.
Whole-burnt offerings full of marrow will I offer unto Thee, with incense and rams; oxen and goats will I offer unto Thee.
Come and hear, and I will declare unto you, all ye that fear God, what things He hath done for my soul.
Unto Him with my mouth have I cried, and I exalted Him with my tongue.
If in my heart I regarded unrighteousness, let the Lord not hear me.
Wherefore God hath hearkened unto me, He hath been attentive to the voice of my supplication.
Blessed is God Who hath not turned away my prayer, nor His mercy away from me.