For the end, for Idithoum; a psalm by David.
- My soul shall be subjected to God, shall it not? For from Him is my salvation.
- For indeed He is my God and my savior and my helper; I will in no wise be shaken any longer.
- How long do ye attack a man? Ye murder, all of you, as ye might set upon a wall having been inclined to give way and a fence having been pushed back.
- In addition, they took counsel with themselves to push aside mine honor; they ran with a thirst; with their mouth they were blessing, but with their heart they were calling down curses.
- However, O my soul, be subject to God, for from Him is my patient endurance.
- For He is my God, my savior and my helper; I will in no wise remove from one place to another.
- In God is my salvation and my glory; He is the God of my help, and my hope is upon God.
- Hope upon Him, all ye congregation of peoples; pour out your hearts before Him, for God is our helper.
- Besides, vain are the sons of men, false are the sons of men with balance scales in order to do wrong—they, out of vanity, join together.
- Do not place hope upon wrongdoing, and do not set your desire upon booty; if haply wealth flow, cease putting forth your heart upon it.
- Once God did speak—these two things did I hear: that soverign power belongeth to God; and mercy is Thine, O Lord. For Thou wilt render to each according to his works.
UPDATE: The Orthodox Psalter has been updated with a revised and expanded edition. Read more about it HERE.