Psalm 22

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Psalm 22 Prayer Audio in Latin


{22:1} Psalmus David. Dominus regit me, et nihil mihi deerit:
{22:1} A Psalm of David. The Lord directs me, and nothing will be lacking to me.

{22:2} in loco pascuæ ibi me collocavit. Super aquam refectionis educavit me:
{22:2} He has settled me here, in a place of pasture. He has led me out to the water of refreshment.

{22:3} animam meam convertit. Deduxit me super semitas iustitiæ, propter nomen suum.
{22:3} He has converted my soul. He has led me away on the paths of justice, for the sake of his name.

{22:4} Nam, et si ambulavero in medio umbræ mortis, non timebo mala: quoniam tu mecum es. Virga tua, et baculus tuus: ipsa me consolata sunt.
{22:4} For, even if I should walk in the midst of the shadow of death, I will fear no evils. For you are with me. Your rod and your staff, they have given me consolation.

{22:5} Parasti in conspectu meo mensam, adversus eos, qui tribulant me. Impinguasti in oleo caput meum: et calix meus inebrians quam præclarus est!
{22:5} You have prepared a table in my sight, opposite those who trouble me. You have anointed my head with oil, and my cup, which inebriates me, how brilliant it is!

{22:6} Et misericordia tua subsequetur me omnibus diebus vitæ meæ: et ut inhabitem in domo Domini, in longitudinem dierum.
{22:6} And your mercy will follow me all the days of my life, and so may I dwell in the house of the Lord for length of days.


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