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Psalm 9 The church praiseth God for his protection against her enemies

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Psalm 9  Prayer Audio in Latin

 

{9:1} In finem, pro occultis filii, Psalmus David.
{9:1} Unto the end. For the secrets of the Son. A Psalm of David.

{9:2} Confitebor tibi Domine in toto corde meo: narrabo omnia mirabilia tua.
{9:2} I will confess to you, Lord, with my whole heart. I will recount all your wonders.

{9:3} Lætabor et exultabo in te: psallam nomini tuo Altissime,
{9:3} I will rejoice and exult in you. I will sing a psalm to your name, O Most High.

{9:4} In convertendo inimicum meum retrorsum: infirmabuntur, et peribunt a facie tua.
{9:4} For my enemy will be turned back. They will be weakened and perish before your face.

{9:5} Quoniam fecisti iudicium meum et causam meam: sedisti super thronum qui iudicas iustitiam.
{9:5} For you have accomplished my judgment and my cause. You have sat upon the throne that judges justice.

{9:6} Increpasti Gentes, et periit impius: nomen eorum delesti in æternum et in sæculum sæculi.
{9:6} You have rebuked the Gentiles, and the impious one has perished. You have deleted their name in eternity and for all generations.

{9:7} Inimici defecerunt frameæ in finem: et civitates eorum destruxisti. Periit memoria eorum cum sonitu:
{9:7} The spears of the enemy have failed in the end, and their cities, you have destroyed. Their memory has perished with a loud noise.

{9:8} et Dominus in æternum permanet. Paravit in iudicio thronum suum:
{9:8} But the Lord remains in eternity. He has prepared his throne in judgment.

{9:9} et ipse iudicabit orbem terræ in æquitate, iudicabit populos in iustitia.
{9:9} And he will judge the whole world in equity. He will judge the people in justice.

{9:10} Et factus est Dominus refugium pauperi: adiutor in opportunitatibus, in tribulatione.
{9:10} And the Lord has become a refuge for the poor, a helper in opportunity, in tribulation.

{9:11} Et sperent in te qui noverunt nomen tuum: quoniam non dereliquisti quærentes te Domine.
{9:11} And may they hope in you, who know your name. For you have not abandoned those seeking you, Lord.

{9:12} Psallite Domino, qui habitat in Sion: annunciate inter Gentes studia eius:
{9:12} Sing a psalm to the Lord, who dwells in Zion. Announce his study among the Gentiles.

{9:13} Quoniam requirens sanguinem eorum recordatus est: non est oblitus clamorem pauperum.
{9:13} Because of those who yearned for their blood, he has remembered them. He has not forgotten the cry of the poor.

{9:14} Miserere mei Domine: vide humilitatem meam de inimicis meis.
{9:14} Have mercy on me, Lord. See my humiliation from my enemies.

{9:15} Qui exaltas me de portis mortis, ut annunciem omnes laudationes tuas in portis filiæ Sion.
{9:15} You lift me up from the gates of death, so that I may announce all your praises at the gates of the daughter of Zion.

{9:16} Exultabo in salutari tuo: infixæ sunt Gentes in interitu, quem fecerunt. In laqueo isto, quem absconderunt, comprehensus est pes eorum.
{9:16} I will exult in your salvation. The Gentiles have become trapped in the ruin that they made. Their foot has been caught in the same snare that they themselves had hidden.

{9:17} Cognoscetur Dominus iudicia faciens: in operibus manuum suarum comprehensus est peccator.
{9:17} The Lord will be recognized when making judgments. The sinner has been caught in the works of his own hands.

{9:18} Convertantur peccatores in infernum, omnes Gentes quæ obliviscuntur Deum.
{9:18} The sinners will be turned into Hell: all the Gentiles who have forgotten God.

{9:19} Quoniam non in finem oblivio erit pauperis: patientia pauperum non peribit in finem.
{9:19} For the poor will not be forgotten in the end. The patience of the poor will not perish in the end.

{9:20} Exurge Domine, non confortetur homo: iudicentur Gentes in conspectu tuo:
{9:20} Rise up, Lord: do not let man be strengthened. Let the Gentiles be judged in your sight.

{9:21} Constitue Domine legislatorem super eos: ut sciant Gentes quoniam homines sunt.
{9:21} O Lord, establish a lawgiver over them, so that the Gentiles may know that they are only men.

{9:22} Ut quid Domine recessisti longe, despicis in opportunitatibus, in tribulatione?
{9:22} So then, why, O Lord, have you withdrawn far away? Why have you overlooked us in opportunity, in tribulation?

{9:23} Dum superbit impius, incenditur pauper: comprehenduntur in consiliis quibus cogitant.
{9:23} While the impious is arrogant, the poor is enflamed. They are held by the counsels that they devise.

{9:24} Quoniam laudatur peccator in desideriis animæ suæ: et iniquus benedicitur.
{9:24} For the sinner is praised by the desires of his soul, and the iniquitous is blessed.

{9:25} Exacerbavit Dominum peccator, secundum multitudinem iræ suæ non quæret.
{9:25} The sinner has provoked the Lord; according to the multitude of his wrath, he will not seek him.

{9:26} Non est Deus in conspectu eius: inquinatæ sunt viæ illius in omni tempore. Auferuntur iudicia tua a facie eius: omnium inimicorum suorum dominabitur.
{9:26} God is not before his sight. His ways are stained at all times. Your judgments are removed from his face. He will be master of all his enemies.

{9:27} Dixit enim in corde suo: Non movebor a generatione in generationem, sine malo.
{9:27} For he has said in his heart, “I will not be disturbed: from generation to generation without evil.”

{9:28} Cuius maledictione os plenum est, et amaritudine, et dolo: sub lingua eius labor et dolor.
{9:28} His mouth is full of curses, and bitterness, and deceit. Under his tongue are hardship and sorrow.

{9:29} Sedet in insidiis cum divitibus in occultis, ut interficiat innocentem.
{9:29} He sits in ambush, with resources in hidden places, so that he may execute the innocent.

{9:30} Oculi eius in pauperem respiciunt: insidiatur in abscondito, quasi leo in spelunca sua. Insidiatur ut rapiat pauperem: rapere pauperem dum attrahit eum.
{9:30} His eyes catch sight of the poor. He lies in ambush, in hiding like a lion in his den. He lies in ambush, so that he may seize the poor, to seize the poor as he draws him in.

{9:31} In laqueo suo humiliabit eum, inclinabit se, et cadet cum dominatus fuerit pauperum.
{9:31} With his snare, he will bring him down. He will crouch down and pounce, when he has power over the poor.

{9:32} Dixit enim in corde suo: Oblitus est Deus, avertit faciem suam ne videat in finem.
{9:32} For he has said in his heart, “God has forgotten, he has turned away his face, lest he see to the end.”

{9:33} Exurge Domine Deus, exaltetur manus tua: ne obliviscaris pauperum.
{9:33} O Lord God, rise up. Let your hand be exalted. Do not forget the poor.

{9:34} Propter quid irritavit impius Deum? dixit enim in corde suo: Non requiret.
{9:34} How has the impious one provoked God? For he has said in his heart, “He will not inquire.”

{9:35} Vides, quoniam tu laborem et dolorem consideras: ut tradas eos in manus tuas. Tibi derelictus est pauper: orphano tu eris adiutor.
{9:35} You do see, for you examine hardship and sorrow, so that you may deliver them into your hands. The poor one has been abandoned to you. You will be a helper to the orphan.

{9:36} Contere brachium peccatoris et maligni: quæretur peccatum illius, et non invenietur.
{9:36} Break the arm of the sinner and the malicious. His sin will be sought, and it will not be found.

{9:37} Dominus regnabit in æternum, et in sæculum sæculi: peribitis Gentes de terra illius.
{9:37} The Lord shall reign in eternity, even forever and ever. You will perish the Gentiles from his land.

{9:38} Desiderium pauperum exaudivit Dominus: præparationem cordis eorum audivit auris tua.
{9:38} The Lord has heeded the desire of the poor. Your ear has listened to the preparation of their heart,

{9:39} Iudicare pupillo et humili, ut non apponat ultra magnificare se homo super terram.
{9:39} so as to judge for the orphan and the humble, so that man may no longer presume to magnify himself upon the earth.

 

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