The katapi Psalter. The Common Worship Psalter with pointing is based upon the RSCM Common Worship Psalter with chants. The chants are as numbered in the RSCM Chant Book. The MID files are as listed at Ton Meijer's anglican chant website HERE. (this page prepared for katapi by paul ingram 2017.)

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¶ When singing a psalm, the word 'blessed' is to be pronounced as two syllables: 'bless - ed'. Where spelled 'blest', the word is pronounced as one syllable.

¶ A double forward slash // marks the mid-point in each psalm verse where, traditionally, a pause is observed.

¶ A single forward slash / marks a bar-line of the chant. A dot · indicates the mid point of the bar, and the chord changes after the dot. Chord changes in words of more than one syllable are indicated by a dash.

¶ For those traditions which omit the word 'Alleluia' during penitential seasons, we have provided an alternative: 'Praise the Lord'.

¶ A verse printed in bold should be sung in unison.

¶ Each psalm or group of psalms may end with

Glory to the Father and / to the / Son //
and / to the / Holy / Spirit;

as it was in the be/ginning is / now //
and shall be for / ever. / A/men.

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Psalm 51 -- Miserere mei, Deus -- a penitential psalm

RSCM CW Psalter--No.64. | katapi Media Player (midi) | Have mercy upon me O God - miserere - Allegri |

To the leader. A Psalm of David, when the prophet Nathan came to him, after he had gone in to Bethsheba. ( ... read about it HERE.)

M Camidge

OR RSCM CW Psalter--No.65. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Barnby


Parish Psalter (BCP)

ASB Psalter

RSCM Common Worship Psalter

1 (FULL) Have mercy upon me, O God, after / thy great / goodness: //
according to the multitude of thy mercies / do a/way mine of/fences.

2 (FULL) Wash me throughly / from my / wickedness: //
and / cleanse me / from my / sin.

3 For I ac/knowledge my / faults: //
and my / sin is / ever be/fore me.

4 Against thee only have I sinned, and done this evil / in thy / sight: //
that thou mightest be justified in thy saying, and / clear when / thou art / judged.

5 Behold, I was / shapen in / wickedness: //
and in / sin hath my / mother con/ceived me.

6 But lo, thou requirest truth in the / inward / parts: //
and shalt make me to / under·stand / wisdom / secretly.

7 Thou shalt purge me with hyssop, and / I shall be / clean: //
thou shalt wash me, and / I shall be / whiter than / snow.

8 Thou shalt make me hear of / joy and / gladness: //
that the bones which thou hast / broken / may re/joice.

9 Turn thy / face · from my / sins: //
and / put out / all my mis/deeds.

10 Make me a clean / heart, O / God: //
and re/ new a right / spirit with/in me.

11 Cast me not a/way from thy / presence: //
and take not thy / holy / Spirit / from me.

12 O give me the comfort of thy / help a/gain: //
and stablish / me with / thy free / Spirit.

13 (2nd part) Then shall I teach thy ways / unto the / wicked: //
and sinners shall be con/ verted / unto / thee.

14 Deliver me from blood-guiltiness, O God, thou that art the / God of my / health: //
and my / tongue shall / sing of thy / righteousness.

15 Thou shalt open my / lips, O / Lord: //
and my / mouth shall / shew thy / praise.

16 For thou desirest no sacrifice, / else would I / give it thee: //
but thou de/lightest · not / in burnt / offerings.

17 The sacrifice of God is a / troubled / spirit: //
a broken and contrite heart O God / shalt thou / not des/pise.

18 O be favourable and gracious / unto / Sion: //
build / thou the / walls of Je/rusalem.

19 Then shalt thou be pleased with the sacrifice of righteousness, with the burnt-offerings / and ob/lations: //
then shall they offer young / bullocks up/on thine / altar.

1 (FULL) Have mercy on me, O God, in your en/during / goodness: //
according to the fulness of your compassion / blot out / my of/fences.

2 (FULL) Wash me thoroughly / from my / wickedness: //
and / cleanse me / from my / sin.

3 For I acknowledge / my re/bellion: //
and my / sin is / ever be/fore me.

4 Against you only have I sinned; and done what is evil / in your / eyes: //
so you will be just in your sentence; and / blameless / in your / judging.

5 Surely in wickedness I was / brought to / birth: //
and in / sin my / mother · con/ceived me.

6 You that desire truth in the / inward / parts: //
O teach me wisdom in the secret / places / of the / heart.

7 Purge me with hyssop, and I / shall be / clean: //
wash me, and I / shall be / whiter · than / snow.

8 Make me hear of / joy and / gladness: //
let the bones which / you have / broken · re/joice.

9 Hide your / face · from my / sins: //
and / blot out / all · my in/iquities.

10 Create in me a clean / heart, O / God: //
and re/ new a · right / spirit with/in me.

11 Do not cast me / out · from your / presence: //
do not take your / holy / spirit / from me.

12 O give me the gladness of your / help a/gain: //
and sup/port me · with a / willing / spirit.

13 Then will I teach trans/gressors · your /ways: //
and sinners shall / turn to / you a/gain.

14 O Lord God of my salvation, de/liver me · from / bloodshed: //
and my / tongue shall / sing · of your / righteousness.

15 O Lord, / open my / lips: //
and my / mouth · shall pro/claim your / praise.

16 You take no pleasure in sacrifice, or / I would / give it: //
burnt / offerings · you / do not / want.

17 The sacrifice of God is a / broken / spirit: //
a broken and contrite heart O God / you will / not de/spise.

18 In your graciousness do / good to / Zion: //
re/build the / walls of Je/rusalem.

19 Then will you delight in right sacrifices; in burnt-offerings / and ob/lations: //
then will they offer young / bulls up/on your / altar.

1 (FULL) Have mercy on me, O God, in / your great / goodness; //
according to the abundance of your compassion / blot out / my of/fences.

2 (FULL) Wash me thoroughly / from my / wickedness //
and / cleanse me / from my / sin.

3 For I ac/knowledge my / faults //
and my / sin is / ever be/fore me.

4 Against you only / have I / sinned //
and done what is / evil / in your / sight,

5 (2nd part) So that you are justified / in your / sentence //
and / righteous / in your / judgement.

6 I have been wicked even / from my / birth, //
a sinner / when my / mother con/ceived me.

7 Behold, you desire truth / deep with/in me //
and shall make me understand wisdom / in the / depths of my / heart.

8 Purge me with hyssop and I / shall be / clean; //
wash me and I / shall be / whiter than / snow.

9 Make me hear of / joy and / gladness, //
that the bones you have / broken / may re/joice.

10 Turn your / face from my / sins //
and / blot out / all my mis/deeds.

11 Make me a clean / heart, O / God, //
and re/new a right / spirit with/in me.

12 Cast me not a/way from your / presence //
and take not your / holy / spirit / from me.

13 Give me again the joy of / your sal/vation //
and sustain me / with your / gracious / spirit;

14 (2nd part) Then shall I teach your / ways · to the / wicked //
and sinners / shall re/turn to / you.

15 Deliver me from my guilt, O God, the God of / my sal/vation, //
and my / tongue shall / sing of your / righteousness.

16 O Lord, / open my / lips //
and my / mouth shall pro/claim your / praise.

17 For you desire no sacrifice, / else · I would / give it; //
you take no de/light in / burnt / offerings.

18 The sacrifice of God is a / broken / spirit; //
a broken and contrite heart, O God, / you will / not des/pise.

19 O be favourable and / gracious to / Zion; //
build / up the / walls of / Jerusalem.

20 Then you will accept sacrifices offered in righteousness, the burnt offerings / and ob/lations; //
then shall they offer up / bulls / on your / altar.





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Psalm 52 -- Quid gloriaris?

RSCM CW Psalter--No.66. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Barnby

1 Why do you glory in / evil, you / tyrant, //
while the goodness of / God en/dures con/tinually?

2 You plot destruction, you deceiver; //
your tongue is like a sharpened razor.

3 You love evil / rather than / good, //
falsehood / rather · than the / word of / truth.

4 You love all / words that / hurt, //
O / you de/ceitful /tongue.

5 Therefore God shall utterly / bring you / down; //
he shall take you and pluck you out of your tent and root you / out of the / land · of the / living.

6 The righteous shall / see this and / tremble; //
they shall / laugh you to / scorn, and / say:

7 'This is the one who did not take / God · for a / refuge, //
but trusted in great riches / and re/lied upon / wickedness.'

8 But I am like a spreading olive tree in the / house of / God; //
I trust in the goodness of / God for / ever and / ever.

9 I will always give thanks to you for / what you have / done; //
I will hope in your name, for your / faithful / ones de/light in it.

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Psalm 53 -- Dixit inspiriens

RSCM CW Psalter--No.67. | katapi Media Player (midi)

C Hylton Stewart

1 The fool has said in his heart, 'There / is no / God.' //
Corrupt are they, and abominable in their wickedness; there is / no one / that does / good.

2 God has looked down from heaven upon the / children of / earth, //
to see if there is anyone who is / wise and / seeks after / God.

3 They are all gone out of the way; all alike have be/come cor/rupt; //
there is no one that does / good, / no not / one.

4 Have they no knowledge, those / evil/doers, //
who eat up my people as if they ate bread, and / do not / call upon / God?

5 There shall they be in great fear, such fear as / never / was; //
for God will scatter the / bones of / the un/godly.

6 They will be / put to / shame, //
because / God / has re/jected them.

7 O that Israel's salvation would / come · out of / Zion! //
When God restores the fortunes of his people then will Jacob re/joice and / Israel be / glad.

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Psalm 54 -- Deus, in Nomine

RSCM CW Psalter--No.68. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Goss

1 Save me, O God, / by your / name //
and / vindi·cate me / by your / power.

2 Hear my / prayer, O / God; //
give / heed · to the / words of my / mouth.

3 For strangers have risen up against me, and the ruthless seek / after my / life; //
they have / not set / God be/fore them.

4 Behold, / God is my / helper; //
it is the / Lord · who up/holds my / life.

5 May evil rebound on those who / lie in / wait for me; //
des/troy them / in your / faithfulness.

6 An offering of a free heart / will I / give you //
and praise your name, O / Lord, for / it is / gracious.

7 For he has delivered me out of / all my / trouble, //
and my eye has seen the / downfall / of my / enemies.

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Psalm 55 -- Exaudi, Deus

RSCM CW Psalter--No 69. | katapi Media Player (midi)

C V Stanford

1 Hear my / prayer, O / God; //
hide not your/self from / my pe/tition.

2 Give heed to / me and / answer me; //
I am / restless in / my com/plaining.

3 I am alarmed at the / voice of the / enemy //
and at the / clamour / of the / wicked;

4 For they would bring down / evil up/on me //
and are / set a/gainst me in / fury.

5 My heart is dis/quieted with/in me, //
and the terrors of / death have / fallen up/on me.

6 Fearfulness and trembling are / come up/on me, //
and a horrible / dread has / over/whelmed me.

7 And I said: 'O that I had / wings · like a / dove, //
for then would I fly a/way and / be at / rest.

8 'Then would I flee / far a/way //
and make my / lodging / in the / wilderness.

9 'I would make / haste to es/cape //
from the / stormy / wind and / tempest.'

10 Confuse their tongues, O Lord, / and di/vide them, //
for I have seen violence and / strife / in the / city.

11 Day and night they go a/bout · on her / walls; //
mischief and / trouble are / in her / midst.

12 Wickedness /walks in her / streets; //
oppression and guile / never / leave her / squares.

13 For it was not an open enemy / that re/viled me, //
for / then I / could have / borne it;

14 Nor was it my adversary that puffed himself / up a/gainst me, //
for then I / would have / hid myself / from him.

15 But it was even you, one / like my/self, //
my companion and my / own fa/miliar /friend.

16 We took sweet / counsel to/gether //
and walked with the multitude / in the / house of / God.

17 (2nd part) Let death come suddenly upon them; let them go down a/live · to the / Pit; //
for wickedness inhabits their / dwellings, their / very / hearts
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RSCM CW Psalter--No 70. | katapi Media Player (midi)

T A Walmisley

18 As for me, I will / call upon / God //
and the / Lord / will de/liver me.

19 In the evening and morning and at noonday I will pray and make my / suppli/cation, //
and / he shall / hear my / voice.

20 He shall redeem my soul in peace from the battle / waged a/gainst me, //
for / many have / come up/on me.

21 God, who is enthroned of old, will hear and / bring them / down; //
they will not repent, for they / have no / fear of / God.

22 My companion stretched out his hands a/gainst his / friend //
and has / broken / his / covenant;

23 His speech was softer than butter, though war was / in his / heart; //
his words were smoother than oil, yet / are they / naked / swords.

24 Cast your burden upon the Lord and / he will sus/tain you, //
and will not let the / righteous / fall for / ever.

25 But those that are bloodthirsty and de/ceitful, O / God, //
you will bring / down · to the / pit of des/truction.

26 (2nd part) They shall not live out / half their / days, //
but my trust shall / be in / you, O / Lord.

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Psalm 56 -- Miserere mei, Deus

RSCM CW Psalter--No 71. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Battishill

1 Have mercy on me, O God, for they / trample / over me; //
all day long / they as/sault · and / oppress me.

2 My adversaries trample over me / all the day / long; //
many are they that / make proud / war a/gainst me.

3 In the day of my fear I put my / trust in / you, //
in / God whose / word I / praise.

4 In God I trust, and / will not / fear, //
for / what can / flesh / do to me?

5 All day long they / wound me with / words; //
their every / thought · is to / do me / evil.

6 They stir up trouble; they / lie in / wait; //
marking my / steps, they / seek my / life.

7 Shall they escape for / all their / wickedness? //
In anger, O God, / cast the / peoples / down.

8 You have counted up my groaning; put my tears / into your / bottle; //
are they not / written / in your / book?

RSCM CW Psalter--No 72. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Battishill

9 Then shall my enemies turn back on the day when I / call up/on you; //
this I know, for / God is / on my / side.

10 In God whose word I praise, in the Lord whose / word I / praise, //
in God I trust and will not fear: / what can / flesh / do to me?

11 To you, O God, will I ful/fil my / vows; //
to you will I pre/sent my / offerings of / thanks,

12 For you will deliver my soul from death and my / feet from / falling, //
that I may walk before / God · in the / light of the / living.

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Psalm 57 --b Miserere mei, Deus

RSCM CW Psalter--No.73. | katapi Media Player (midi)

K J Pye

1 Be merciful to me, O God, be / merciful to / me, //
for my / soul takes / refuge in / you;

2 In the shadow of your wings will / I take / refuge //
until the storm of des/truction / has passed / by.

3 I will call upon the / Most High / God, //
the God who ful/fils his / purpose / for me.

4 He will send from heaven and save me and rebuke those that would / trample up/on me; //
God will send forth his / love / and his / faithfulness.

5 I lie in the / midst of / lions, //
people whose teeth are spears and arrows, and their / tongue a / sharp / sword.

6 (unison) Be exalted, O God, a/bove the / heavens, //
and your glory / over / all the / earth.

7 They have laid a / net for my / feet; //
my soul is / pressed / down;

7a. they have dug a / pit be/fore me //
and will / fall · into / it them/selves.

8 My heart is ready, O God, my / heart is / ready; //
I will / sing and / give you / praise.

9 Awake, my soul; awake, / harp and / lyre, //
that / I · may a/waken the / dawn.

10 I will give you thanks, O Lord, a/mong the / peoples; //
I will sing praise to / you a/mong the / nations.

11 For your loving-kindness is as / high as the / heavens, //
and your faithfulness / reaches / to the / clouds.

12 (2nd part -- unison) Be exalted, O God, a/bove the / heavens, //
and your glory / over / all the / earth.

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Psalm 58 -- Si vere uitque

RSCM CW Psalter--No.74. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Barnby

1 Do you indeed speak / justly, you / mighty? //
Do you / rule the / peoples with / equity?

2 With unjust heart you act through/out the / land; //
your / hands / mete out / violence.

3 The wicked are estranged, even / from the / womb; //
those who speak falsehood go a/stray / from their / birth.

4 They are as venomous / as a / serpent; //
they are like the deaf / adder which / stops its / ears,

5 (2nd part) Which does not heed the / voice of the / charmers, //
and is deaf to the / skilful / weaver of / spells.

6 Break, O God, their / teeth in their / mouths; //
smash the / fangs of these / lions, O / Lord.

7 Let them vanish like water that / runs a/way; //
let them / wither like / trodden / grass.

8 Let them be as the slimy / track of the / snail, //
like the untimely birth that / never / sees the / sun.

9 Before ever their pots feel the / heat of the / thorns, //
green or blazing, / let them be / swept a/way.

10 The righteous will be glad when they / see God's / vengeance; //
they will bathe their / feet · in the / blood of the / wicked.

11 So that people will say, 'Truly, there is a harvest / for the / righteous; //
truly, there is a God who / judges / in the / earth.
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Psalm 59 -- Eripe me de inimicis

RSCM CW Psalter--No.75. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Barnby

1 Rescue me from my enemies, / O my / God; //
set me high above / those that rise / up a/gainst me.

2 Save me from the / evil/doers //
and from / murderous / foes de/liver me.

3 For see how they lie in / wait · for my / soul //
and the mighty / stir up / trouble a/gainst me.

4 Not for any fault or sin of / mine, O / Lord; //
for no offence, they run and pre/pare them/selves for /war.

5 Rouse yourself, come to my / aid and / see; //
for you are the Lord of / hosts, the / God of / Israel.

6 Awake, and judge / all the / nations; //
show no mercy / to the / evil / traitors.

7 They return at nightfall and / snarl like / dogs //
and / prowl a/ bout the / city.

8 They pour out evil words with their mouths; swords are / on their / lips; //
'For / who', they / say, 'can / hear us?'

9 But you / laugh at them, O / Lord; //
you hold all the / nations / in de/rision.

10 For you, O my strength, / will I / watch; //
you, O God, / are my / strong / tower.

11 My God in his steadfast / love will / come to me; //
he will let me behold the / downfall / of my / enemies.

12 Slay them not, lest my / people for/get; //
send them reeling by your might and bring them / down, O / Lord our / shield.

13 For the sins of their mouth, for the / words of their / lips, //
let them be / taken / in their / pride.

14 For the cursing and falsehood / they have / uttered, //
consume them in wrath, consume them / till they / are no / more.

15 And they shall know that God / rules in / Jacob, //
and / to the / ends of the / earth.

16 And still they return at nightfall and / snarl like / dogs //
and / prowl a/bout the / city.

17 Though they forage for / something · to de/vour, //
and / howl · if they / are not / filled,

18 Yet will I / sing of your / strength //
and every morning / praise your / steadfast / love;

19 For you have / been my / stronghold, //
my refuge / in the / day of my / trouble.

20 To you, O my strength, / will I / sing; //
for you, O God, are my refuge, my / God of / steadfast / love.

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Psalm 60 -- Deus, repulisti nos

RSCM CW Psalter--No.76. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Turle

1 O God, you have cast us / off and / broken us; //
you have been angry; re/store us · to your/self a/gain.

2 You have shaken the earth and / torn it a/part; //
heal its / wounds, / for it / trembles.

3 You have made your people drink / bitter / things; //
we reel from the / deadly . wine · you have / given us.

4 You have made those who / fear you to / flee, //
to es/cape · from the / range of the / bow.

5 (2nd part) That your beloved may / be de/livered, //
save us by / your right / hand and / answer us.

6 God has spoken / in his / holiness: //
'I will triumph and divide Shechem, and share / out the / valley of / Succoth.

7 'Gilead is mine and Ma/nasseh is / mine; //
Ephraim is my / helmet and / Judah my / sceptre.

8 (2nd part) 'Moab shall be my washpot; over Edom will I / cast my / sandal; //
across Philistia / will I / shout in / triumph.'

9 Who will lead me into the / strong / city? //
Who will / bring me / into / Edom?

10 Have you not cast us / off, O / God? //
Will you no longer / go forth / with our / troops? [TROOPS -- better: (BCP) HOSTS or (NRSV, NEB) ARMIES.]

11 Grant us your help a/gainst the / enemy, //
for / earthly / help · is in / vain.

12 Through God will we / do great / acts, //
for it is he that / shall tread / down our / enemies
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Psalm 61 -- Exaudi, Deus

RSCM CW Psalter--No.77. | katapi Media Player (midi)

S Wesley

1 Hear my / crying, O / God, //
and / listen / to my / prayer.

2 From the end of the earth I call to you with / fainting / heart; //
O set me on the / rock · that is / higher than / I.

3 For / you are my / refuge, //
a strong / tower a/gainst the / enemy.

4 Let me dwell in your / tent for / ever //
and take refuge under the / cover / of your / wings.

5 For you, O God, will / hear my / vows; //
you will grant the request of / those who / fear your / name.

6 You will add length of days to the / life of the / king, //
that his years may endure through/ out all / gene/rations.

7 May he sit enthroned before / God for / ever; //
may steadfast / love and / truth watch / over him.

8 So will I always sing / praise to your / name, //
and day by / day ful/fil my / vows.

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Psalm 62 -- Nonne, Deo?

RSCM CW Psalter--No.78. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Stainer

1 On God alone my soul in / stillness / waits; //
from / him comes / my sal/vation.

2 He alone is my rock and / my sal/vation, //
my stronghold, so that / I shall / never be / shaken.

3 How long will all of you assail me / to des/troy me, //
as you would a tottering wall / or a / leaning / fence?

4 They plot only to thrust me down from my place of honour; lies are their / chief de/light; //
they bless with their mouth, but / in their / heart they / curse.

5 Wait on God alone in stillness, / O my / soul; //
for in / him / is my / hope.

6 He alone is my rock and / my sal/vation, //
my stronghold, so that / I shall / not be / shaken.

7 In God is my strength / and my / glory; //
God is my strong rock; in / him / is my / refuge.

8 Put your trust in him / always, my / people; //
pour out your hearts before him, for / God / is our / refuge.

9 The peoples are but a breath, the whole human / race · a de/ceit; //
on the scales they are alto/gether / lighter than / air.

10 Put no trust in oppression; in robbery take no / empty / pride; //
though wealth increase, / set not your / heart up/on it.

11 God spoke once, and twice have I / heard the / same, //
that / power be/longs to / God.

12 Steadfast love belongs to / you, O / Lord, //
for you repay everyone ac/cording / to their / deeds.

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Psalm 63 -- Deus, Deus meus

RSCM CW Psalter--No.79. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Barnby

1 O God, you are my God; / eagerly I / seek you; //
my / soul · is a/thirst for / you.

2 My flesh / also / faints for you, //
as in a dry and thirsty / land · where there / is no / water.

3 So would I gaze upon you in your / holy / place, //
that I might behold your / power / and your / glory.

4 Your loving-kindness is better than / life it/self //
and / so my / lips shall / praise you.

5 I will bless you as / long as I / live //
and lift up my / hands / in your / name.

6 My soul shall be satisfied, as with / marrow and / fatness, //
and my mouth shall / praise you with / joyful / lips,

7 When I remember you up/on my / bed //
and meditate on you in the / watches / of the / night.

8 For you have / been my / helper //
and under the shadow of your / wings will / I re/joice.

9 My / soul / clings to you; //
your / right hand shall / hold me / fast.

10 But those who seek my soul / to des/troy it //
shall go / down · to the / depths of the / earth;

11 Let them fall by the / edge of the / sword //
and be/come a / portion for / jackals.

12 But the king shall rejoice in God; all those who swear by him / shall be / glad, //
for the mouth of those who speak / lies / shall be / stopped.

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Psalm 64 -- Exaudi, Deus

RSCM CW Psalter--No.80. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J L Hopkins

1 Hear my voice, O God, in / my com/plaint; //
preserve my / life from / fear of the / enemy.

2 Hide me from the conspiracy / of the / wicked, //
from the / gathering of / evil/doers.

3 They sharpen their / tongue · like a / sword //
and aim their / bitter / words like / arrows,

4 That they may shoot at the / blameless from / hiding places; //
suddenly they / shoot, and / are not / seen.

5 They hold fast to their / evil / course; //
they talk of laying snares, / saying, / 'Who will / see us?'

6 They search out wickedness and lay a / cunning / trap, //
for deep are the / inward / thoughts of the / heart.

7 But God will shoot at them with his / swift / arrow, //
and / suddenly / they shall be / wounded.

8 Their own tongues shall / make them / fall, //
and all who see them shall / wag their / heads in / scorn.

9 All peoples shall fear and tell what / God has / done, //
and they will / ponder / all his / works.

10 The righteous shall rejoice in the Lord and put their / trust in / him, //
and all that are true of / heart / shall ex/ult.

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Psalm 65 -- Te decet hymnus

RSCM CW Psalter--No.81. | katapi Media Player (midi) | or THIS anthem |

T Attwood

1 Praise is due to you, O / God, in / Zion; //
to you that answer / prayer shall / vows be / paid.

2 To you shall all flesh come to con/fess their / sins; //
when our misdeeds prevail against us, / you will / purge them a/way.

3 Happy are they whom you choose and draw to your / courts to / dwell there. //
We shall be satisfied with the blessings of your house, / even · of your / holy / temple.

4 With wonders you will answer us in your righteousness, O God of / our sal/vation, //
O hope of all the ends of the earth and / of the / farthest / seas.

5 In your strength you set / fast the / mountains //
and are / girded a/bout with / might.

6 You still the / raging · of the / seas, //
the roaring of their waves and the / clamour / of the / peoples.

7 (2nd part) Those who dwell at the ends of the earth tremble / at your / marvels; //
the gates of the morning and / evening / sing your / praise.

8 You visit the / earth and / water it; //
you / make it / very / plenteous.

9 The river of God is / full of / water; //
you prepare grain for your people, for / so you pro/vide · for the / earth.

10 You drench the furrows and / smooth out the / ridges; //
you soften the ground with / showers and / bless its / increase.

11 You crown the / year with your / goodness, //
and your / paths · over/flow with / plenty.

12 May the pastures of the wilderness / flow with / goodness //
and the / hills be / girded with / joy.

13 May the meadows be clothed with / flocks of / sheep //
and the valleys stand so thick with corn that / they shall / laugh and / sing
.

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Psalm 66 -- Jubilate Deo

RSCM CW Psalter--No.82. | katapi Media Player (midi)

E J Hopkins

1 Be joyful in God, / all the / earth; //
sing the glory of his name;
sing the / glory / of his / praise.

2 Say to God, 'How awesome / are your / deeds! //
Because of your great strength
your / enemies shall / bow be/fore you.

3 'All the / earth shall / worship you, //
sing to you, sing / praise / to your / name.'

4 Come now and behold the / works of / God, //
how wonderful he is in his / dealings with / human/kind.

5 He turned the sea into dry land;
the river they passed / through on / foot; //
there / we re/joiced in / him.

6 In his might he rules for ever;
his eyes keep watch / over the / nations; //
let no / rebel rise / up a/gainst him.

7 Bless our God, / O you / peoples; //
make the voice of his / praise / to be / heard,

8 Who holds our / souls in / life //
and suffers / not our / feet to / slip.

9 For you, O / God, have / proved us; //
you have / tried us as / silver is / tried.

10 You brought us / into the / snare; //
you laid heavy / burdens up/on our / backs.

11 (2nd part) You let enemies ride over our heads;
we went through / fire and / water; //
but you brought us out / into a / place of / liberty.

12 I will come into your house with burnt offerings
and will / pay you my / vows, //
which my lips uttered
and my mouth promised / when I / was in / trouble.

13 I will offer you fat burnt sacrifices
with the / smoke of / rams; //
I will / sacrifice / oxen and / goats.

14 Come and listen, all / you who fear / God, //
and I will tell you what / he has / done for my / soul.

15 I called out to him / with my / mouth //
and his / praise was / on my / tongue.

16 If I had nursed evil / in my / heart, //
the / Lord would / not have / heard me,

17 But in truth / God has / heard me; //
he has / heeded the / voice of my / prayer.

18 (2nd part) Blessed be God, who has not / rejected my / prayer, //
nor withheld his / loving / mercy / from me.

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Psalm 67 -- Deus misereatur

RSCM CW Psalter--No.83. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Nares


Parish Psalter (BCP)

RSCM Common Worship Psalter

1 God be merciful unto / us, and / bless us: //
and shew us the light of his countenance, and be / merciful / unto / us:

2 That thy way may be / known upon / earth: //
thy saving / health a/mong all / nations.

3 (2nd part, unison) Let the people / praise thee O / God: //
yea, let / all the / people / praise thee.

4 O let the nations re/joice and be / glad: //
for thou shalt judge the folk righteously, and govern the / nations up/on / earth.

5 (unison) Let the people / praise thee O / God: //
let / all the / people / praise thee.

6 Then shall the earth bring / forth her / increase: //
and God, even our own / God shall / give us his / blessing.

7 God / shall / bless us: //
and all the / ends of the / world shall / fear him.

1 God be gracious to / us and / bless us //
and make his / face to / shine up/on us,

2 That your way may be / known upon / earth, //
your saving / power a/mong all / nations.

3 (2nd part, unison) Let the peoples / praise you, O / God; //
let / all the / peoples / praise you.

4 O let the nations re/joice and be / glad, //
for you will judge the peoples righteously and / govern the / nations · upon / earth.

5 (unison) Let the peoples / praise you, O / God; //
let / all the / peoples / praise you.

6 Then shall the earth bring / forth her / increase, //
and God, our / own / God, will / bless us.

7 God / will / bless us, //
and all the / ends of the / earth shall / fear him.




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Psalm 68 -- Exurgat Deus

RSCM CW Psalter--No.84. | katapi Media Player (midi)

T Rogers

1 Let God arise and let his / enemies be / scattered; //
let those that / hate him / flee be/fore him.

2 As the smoke vanishes, so may they / vanish a/way; //
as wax melts at the fire, so let the wicked / perish · at the / presence of / God.

3 But let the righteous be glad and re/joice before / God; //
let / them make / merry with / gladness.

4 Sing to God, sing praises to his name; exalt him who / rides · on the / clouds. //
The Lord is his / name; re/joice be/fore him.

5 Father of the fatherless, de/fender of / widows, //
God in his / holy / habi/tation!

6 God gives the solitary a home and brings forth prisoners to / songs of / welcome, //
but the rebellious in/habit a / burning / desert.

7 O God, when you went forth be/fore your / people, //
when you / marched / through the / wilderness,

8 The earth shook and the heavens dropped down rain, at the presence of God, the / Lord of / Sinai, //
at the presence of / God, the / God of / Israel.

9 You sent down a gracious / rain, O / God; //
you refreshed your in/heritance when / it was / weary.

10 Your people / came to / dwell there; //
in your goodness, O God, / you pro/vide · for the / poor.

11 The Lord / gave the / word; //
great was the company of / women who / bore the / tidings:

11a. 'Kings and their armies they / flee, they / flee!' //
and women at home / are di/viding the / spoil.

12 Though you stayed a/mong the / sheepfolds, //
see now a dove's wings covered with silver and its / feathers with / green / gold.

13 When the Almighty / scattered the / kings, //
it was like / snowflakes / falling on / Zalmon.

14 You mighty mountain, great / mountain of / Bashan! //
You towering / mountain, great / mountain of / Bashan!

15 Why look with envy, you towering mountains, at the mount which God has / desired · for his / dwelling, //
the place where the / Lord will / dwell for / ever?

16 The chariots of God are twice ten thousand, even / thousands · upon / thousands; //
the Lord is among them, the Lord of / Sinai in / holy / power.

17 You have gone up on high and led / captivity / captive; //
you have received tribute, even from those who rebelled, that you may / reign as / Lord and / God.


RSCM CW Psalter--No.85. | katapi Media Player (midi)

T Attwood

18 Blessed be the Lord who bears our burdens / day by / day, //
for / God is / our sal/vation.

19 God is for us the God of / our sal/vation; //
God is the Lord who / can de/liver from / death.

20 (2nd part) God will smite the / head of his / enemies, //
the hairy scalp of / those who / walk in / wickedness.

21 The Lord has said, 'From the / heights of / Bashan, //
from the depths of the / sea · will I / bring them / back,

22 'Till you dip your / foot in / blood //
and the tongue of your / dogs · has a / taste of your / enemies.'

23 We see your solemn / processions, O / God, //
your processions into the sanctuary, my / God / and my / King.

24 The singers go before, the musicians / follow / after, //
in the midst of / maidens / playing on / timbrels.

25 In your companies, / bless your / God; //
bless the Lord, you that / are · of the / fount of / Israel.

26 At the head there is Benjamin, least of the tribes, the princes of Judah in / joyful / company, //
the princes of / Zebu/lun and / Naphtali.

27 Send forth your / strength, O / God; //
establish, O God, what / you have / wrought in / us.

28 For your temple's sake / in Jer/usalem //
kings shall / bring their / gifts to / you.

29 Drive back with your word the wild / beast of the / reeds, //
the herd of the / bull-like, the / brutish / hordes.

30 Trample down those who / lust · after / silver; //
scatter the / peoples · that de/light in / war.

31 (2nd part) Vessels of bronze shall be / brought from / Egypt; //
Ethiopia will stretch / out her / hands to /God.

32 Sing to God, you / kingdoms · of the / earth; //
make music in / praise / of the / Lord;

33 He rides on the ancient / heaven of / heavens //
and sends forth his / voice, a / mighty / voice.

34 Ascribe power to God, whose splendour is / over / Israel, //
whose / power · is a/bove the / clouds.

35 How terrible is God in his / holy / sanctuary, //
the God of Israel, who gives power and strength to his / people! / Blessed be / God.

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Psalm 69 -- Salvum me fac

RSCM CW Psalter--No.86. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Turle

1 Save me, / O / God, //
for the waters have come up, / even / to my / neck.

2 I sink in deep mire where there / is no / foothold; //
I have come into deep waters / and the / flood sweeps / over me.

3 I have grown weary with crying; my / throat is / raw; //
my eyes have failed from / looking so / long · for my / God.

4 Those who hate me with/out · any / cause //
are more than the / hairs / of my / head;

5 Those who would des/troy me are / mighty; //
my enemies accuse me falsely: must I now give / back · what I / never / stole?

6 O God, you / know my / foolishness, //
and my / faults · are not / hidden / from you.

7 Let not those who hope in you be put to shame through me, Lord / God of / hosts; //
let not those who seek you be disgraced because of / me, O / God of / Israel.

8,9. For your sake have I suffered reproach; shame has / covered my / face. //
I have become a stranger to my kindred, an alien / to my / mother's / children.

10 Zeal for your house has / eaten me / up; //
the scorn of those who / scorn you has / fallen up/on me.

11 I humbled my/self with / fasting, //
but that was / turned to / my re/proach.

12 I put on / sackcloth / also //
and be/came a / byword a/mong them.

13 Those who sit at the gate / murmur a/gainst me, //
and the / drunkards make / songs a/bout me.


RSCM CW Psalter--No.87. | katapi Media Player (midi)

S Wesley

14 But as for me, I make my prayer to / you, O / Lord; //
at an ac/ceptable / time, O / God.

15 Answer me, O God, in the abundance / of your / mercy //
and / with your / sure sal/vation.

16 Draw me out of the mire, / that I / sink not; //
let me be rescued from those who hate me and / out of the / deep / waters.

17 Let not the water flood drown me, neither the deep / swallow me / up; //
let not the Pit / shut its / mouth up/on me.

18 Answer me, Lord, for your loving/kindness is / good; //
turn to me in the / multitude / of your / mercies.

19 Hide not your / face · from your / servant; //
be swift to answer me, / for I / am in / trouble.

20 Draw near to my / soul and re/deem me; //
de/liver me be/cause of my / enemies.

21 You know my reproach, my shame and / my dis/honour; //
my adversaries are / all / in your / sight.

22 Reproach has broken my heart; I am / full of / heaviness. //
I looked for some to have pity, but there was no one, neither / found I / any to / comfort me.

23 They gave me / gall to / eat, //
and when I was thirsty, they / gave me / vinegar to / drink.


RSCM CW Psalter--No.88. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Turle

24 Let the table before them / be a / trap //
and their / sacred / feasts a / snare.

25 Let their eyes be darkened, that they / cannot / see, //
and give them continual / trembling / in their / loins.

26 Pour out your indig/nation up/on them, //
and let the heat of your / anger / over/take them.

27 Let their camp be desolate, //
and let there be / no one to / dwell in their / tents.

28 (2nd part) For they persecute the one whom / you have / stricken, //
and increase the sorrows of / him whom / you have / pierced.

29 Lay to their charge / guilt upon / guilt, //
and let them not re/ceive your / vindi/cation.

30 Let them be wiped out of the / book of the / living //
and not be / written a/mong the / righteous.

31 As for me, I am / poor · and in / misery; //
your saving help, O / God, will / lift me / up.

32 I will praise the name of / God · with a / song; //
I will pro/claim his / greatness with / thanksgiving.

33 This will please the Lord more than an / offering of / oxen, //
more than / bulls with / horns and / hooves.

34 The humble shall / see · and be / glad; //
you who seek / God, your / heart shall / live.

35 For the Lord / listens · to the / needy, //
and his own who are imprisoned / he does / not des/pise.

36 Let the heavens and the / earth / praise him, //
the seas and / all that / moves / in them; [better wording (BCP): ..... moves there/in;]

37 For God will save Zion and rebuild the / cities of / Judah; //
they shall live there and / have it / in pos/session.

38 The children of his servants / shall in/herit it, //
and they that love his / name shall / dwell there/in.

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Psalm 70 -- Deus, in adjutorium

RSCM CW Psalter--No 90. | katapi Media Player (midi)

R Goodson

1 O God, make / speed to / save me; //
O / Lord, make / haste to / help me.

2 Let those who seek my life be put to / shame and con/fusion; //
let them be turned back and dis/graced who / wish me / evil.

3 Let those who / mock [me] and de/ride me //
turn / back be/cause of their / shame.

4 But let all who seek you rejoice and be / glad in / you; //
let those who love your salvation say / always, / 'Great is the / Lord!'

5 As for me, I am / poor and / needy; //
come to me / quickly, / O / God.

6 You are my help and / my de/liverer; //
O / Lord, do / not de/lay.

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Psalm 71 -- In te, Domine, speravi

RSCM CW Psalter--No 91. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Soaper

1 In you, O Lord, do / I seek / refuge; //
let me / never be / put to / shame.

2 In your righteousness, deliver me and / set me / free; //
incline your / ear to / me and / save me.

3 Be for me a stronghold to which I may / ever re/sort; //
send out to save me, for / you are my / rock · and my / fortress.

4 Deliver me, my God, from the / hand of the / wicked, //
from the grasp of the evil/doer / and the op/pressor.

5 For you are my hope, / O Lord / God, //
my confidence, / even / from my / youth.

6 Upon you have I leaned from my birth, when you drew me from my / mother's / womb; //
my praise / shall be / always of / you.

7 I have become a / portent to / many, //
but you are my / refuge / and my / strength.

8 Let my mouth be / full of your / praise //
and your / glory / all the day / long.

9 Do not cast me away in the time of / old / age; //
forsake me / not · when my / strength / fails.

10 For my enemies are / talking a/gainst me, //
and those who lie in wait for my / life take / counsel to/gether.

11 They say, 'God has forsaken him; pur/sue him and / take him, //
be/cause · there is / none · to de/liver him.'

12 O God, / be not / far from me; //
come quickly to / help me, / O my / God.

13 (2nd part) Let those who are against me be put to / shame and dis/grace; //
let those who seek to do me evil be / covered with / scorn · and re/proach
.


RSCM CW Psalter--No 92. | katapi Media Player (midi)

Trent

14 But as for me I will / hope con/tinually //
and will / praise you / more and / more.

15 My mouth shall tell of your righteousness and salvation / all the day / long, //
for I / know no / end of the / telling.

16 I will begin with the mighty works of the / Lord / God; //
I will recall your / righteousness, / yours / alone.

17 O God, you have taught me since / I was / young, //
and to this day I / tell · of your / wonderful / works.

18 Forsake me not, O God, when I am / old and grey-/headed, //
till I make known your deeds to the next generation and your power to / all that / are to / come.

19 Your righteousness, O God, / reaches · to the / heavens; //
in the great things you have done, / who is like / you, O / God?

20 What troubles and adversities / you have / shown me, //
and yet you will turn and refresh me and bring me from the / deep of the / earth a/gain.

21 In/crease my / honour; //
turn a/gain / and comfort / me. [better: turn / a/gain and / comfort me.]

22 Therefore will I praise you upon the harp for your faithfulness, / O my / God; //
I will sing to you with the lyre, O / Holy / One of / Israel.

23 My lips will sing / out · as I / play to you, //
and so will my / soul, which / you have re/deemed.

24 (2nd part) My tongue also will tell of your righteousness / all the day / long, //
for they shall be shamed and disgraced who / sought to / do me / evil.

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Psalm 72 -- Deus, judicium

RSCM CW Psalter--No.93. | katapi Media Player (midi)

E J Hopkins

1 Give the king your / judgements, O / God, //
and your righteousness / to the / son of a / king.

2 Then shall he judge your / people / righteously //
and your / poor / with / justice.

3 May the mountains / bring forth / peace, //
and the little hills / righteousness / for the / people.

4 May he defend the poor a/mong the / people, //
deliver the children of the / needy and / crush · the op/pressor.

5 May he live as long as the sun and / moon en/dure, //
from one gener/ation / to an/other.

6 May he come down like rain upon the / mown / grass, //
like the / showers that / water the / earth.

7 (2nd part) In his time shall / righteousness / flourish, //
and abundance of peace till the / moon shall / be no / more.

8 May his dominion extend from / sea to / sea //
and from the River / to the / ends of the / earth.

9 May his foes / kneel be/fore him //
and his / enemies / lick the / dust.

10 The kings of Tarshish and of the isles / shall pay / tribute; //
the kings of Sheba and / Seba / shall bring / gifts.

11 All kings shall fall / down be/fore him; //
all / nations shall / do him / service.

12 For he shall deliver the / poor that cry / out, //
the needy and / those who / have no / helper.

13 He shall have pity on the / weak and / poor; //
he shall pre/serve the / lives of the / needy.

14 He shall redeem their lives from op/pression and / violence, //
and dear shall their / blood be / in his / sight.

15 Long may he live; unto him may be given / gold from / Sheba; //
may prayer be made for him continually and may they / bless him / all the day / long.

16 May there be abundance of grain on the earth, standing thick up/on the / hilltops; //
may its fruit flourish like Lebanon and its grain / grow · like the / grass of the / field.

17 May his name remain for ever and be established as long as the / sun en/dures; //
may all nations be blest in / him and / call him / blessed.

18 Blessed be the Lord, the / God of / Israel, //
who a/lone does / wonderful / things.

19 And blessed be his glorious / name for / ever. //
May all the earth be filled with his / glory. A/men. A/men.

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Psalm 73 -- Quam bonus Israel!

RSCM CW Psalter--No.94. | katapi Media Player (midi)

M Camidge

1 Truly, God is / loving to / Israel, //
to those / who are / pure in / heart.

2 Nevertheless, my feet were / almost / gone; //
my / steps had / well-nigh / slipped.

3 For I was / envious · of the / proud; //
I saw the / wicked in / such pros/perity;

4 For they / suffer no / pains //
and their / bodies are / sleek and / sound;

5 They come to no mis/fortune like / other folk; //
nor are they / plagued as / others / are;

6 Therefore pride / is their / necklace //
and violence / wraps them / like a / cloak.

7 Their iniquity / comes from with/in; //
the conceits of their / hearts / over/flow.

8 They scoff, and speak / only of / evil; //
they talk of op/pression / from on / high.

9 They set their mouth a/gainst the / heavens, //
and their tongue / ranges / round the / earth;

10 And so the / people / turn to them //
and / find in / them no / fault.

11 They say, / 'How should / God know? //
Is there knowledge / in the / Most / High?'

12 Behold, / these are the / wicked; //
ever at ease, / they in/crease their / wealth.

13 Is it in vain that I / cleansed my / heart //
and / washed my / hands in / innocence?

14 All day long have / I been / stricken //
and / chastened / every / morning.

15 If I had said, 'I will / speak as / they do,' //
I should have betrayed the gene/ration / of your / children.

16 Then thought I to / under/stand this, //
but it / was too / hard for / me,

17 Until I entered the / sanctuary of / God //
and under/stood the / end of the / wicked:

18 How you set them in / slippery / places; //
you / cast them / down · to des/truction.

19 How suddenly do they / come to des/truction, //
perish and / come to a / fearful / end!

20 As with a dream / when one a/wakes, //
so, Lord, when you arise you / will des/pise their / image.

21 When my heart be/came em/bittered //
and / I was / pierced · to the / quick,

22 I was but / foolish and / ignorant; //
I was like a brute / beast in / your / presence.

23 Yet I am / always / with you; //
you hold me / by my / right / hand.

24 You will guide me / with your / counsel //
and / afterwards re/ceive me with / glory.

25 Whom have I in / heaven but / you? //
And there is nothing upon earth that I de/sire · in com/parison with / you.

26 Though my flesh and my / heart / fail me, //
God is the strength of my heart / and my / portion for / ever.

27 Truly, those who forsake you will perish; //
you will put to silence the faithless who betray you.

28 But it is good for me to draw near to God; //
in the Lord God have I made my refuge, that I may tell of all your works.

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Psalm 74 -- Ut quid, Deus?

RSCM CW Psalter--No.95. | katapi Media Player (midi)

J Stainer

1 O God, why have you / utterly dis/owned us? //
Why does your anger burn a/gainst the / sheep of your / pasture?

2 Remember your congregation that you / purchased of / old, //
the tribe you redeemed for your own possession, and Mount / Zion / where you / dwelt.

3 Hasten your steps towards the / endless / ruins, //
where the enemy has laid / waste / all your / sanctuary.

4 Your adversaries roared in the / place · of your / worship; //
they set up their / banners as / tokens of / victory.

5 Like men brandishing axes on high in a / thicket of / trees, //
all her carved work they smashed / down with / hatchet and / hammer.

6 They set fire to your / holy / place; //
they defiled the dwelling place of your name and / razed it / to the / ground.

7 They said in their heart, 'Let us make havoc of them / alto/gether,' //
and they burned down all the sanctuaries of / God / in the / land. [better: ... / sanctuaries · of / God · in the / land.]

8 There are no signs to see, not one / prophet / left, //
not one a/mong us who / knows how / long.

9 How long, O God, will the / adver· sary / scoff? //
Shall the enemy blas/pheme your / name for / ever?

10 Why have you with/held your / hand //
and hidden your / right hand / in your / bosom?


RSCM CW Psalter--No.96. | katapi Media Player (midi)

E Chipp

11 Yet God is my / king · from of / old, //
who did deeds of sal/vation · in the / midst of the / earth.

12 It was you that divided the / sea · by your / might //
and shattered the heads of the / dragons / on the / waters;

13 You alone crushed the / heads of Le/viathan //
and gave him to the / beasts · of the / desert for / food.

14 You cleft the rock for / fountain and / flood; //
you dried up / ever/flowing / rivers.

15 Yours is the day, yours / also the / night; //
you es/tablished the / moon · and the / sun.

16 You set all the / bounds of the / earth; //
you / fashioned both / summer and / winter.

17 Remember now, Lord, how the / enemy / scoffed, //
how a foolish / people des/pised your / name.

18 Do not give to wild beasts the / soul of your / turtle dove; //
forget not the / lives of your / poor for / ever.

19 Look upon / your cre/ation, for the earth is full of darkness, //
/ full of the / haunts of / violence.

20 Let not the oppressed turn a/way a/shamed, //
but let the poor and / needy / praise your / name.

21 Arise, O God, maintain your / own / cause; //
remember how fools re/vile you / all the day / long.

22 Forget not the / clamour · of your / adversaries, //
the tumult of your enemies / that as/cends con/tinually.

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Psalm 75 -- Confitebimur tibi

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J Foster

1 We give you thanks, O God, we / give you / thanks, //
for your name is near, as your / wonderful / deeds de/clare.

2 'I will seize the ap/pointed / time; //
I, the / Lord, will / judge with / equity.

3 'Though the earth reels and / all that / dwell in her, //
it is I that / hold her / pillars / steady.

4 'To the boasters I say,/ “Boast no / longer,” //
and to the wicked, / “Do not / lift up your / horn.

5 ' “Do not lift up your / horn on / high; //
do not / speak · with a / stiff / neck.” '

6 For neither from the east / nor from the / west, //
nor yet from the / wilderness comes / exal/tation.

7 But God a/lone is / judge; //
he puts down one and / raises / up an/other.

8 For in the hand of the Lord there / is a / cup, //
well mixed and / full of / foaming / wine.

9 (2nd part) He pours it out for all the / wicked · of the / earth; //
they shall / drink it, and / drain the / dregs.

10 But I will re/joice for / ever //
and make / music · to the / God of / Jacob.

11 All the horns of the wicked / will I / break, //
but the horns of the / righteous shall / be ex/alted.

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