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Ad te, Domine, clamabo; Deus meus, ne...

Language: Latin

Psalmus ipsi David. 
1 Ad te, Domine, clamabo; Deus meus, ne sileas a me: 
  nequando taceas a me, et assimilabor descendentibus in lacum.
2 Exaudi, Domine, vocem deprecationis meae dum oro ad te; 
  dum extollo manus meas ad templum sanctum tuum.
3 Ne simul trahas me cum peccatoribus, et cum operantibus iniquitatem ne perdas me; 
  qui loquuntur pacem cum proximo suo, mala autem in cordibus eorum.
4 Da illis secundum opera eorum, et secundum nequitiam adinventionum ipsorum. 
  Secundum opera manuum eorum tribue illis; redde retributionem eorum ipsis.
5 Quoniam non intellexerunt opera Domini, 
  et in opera manuum ejus destrues illos, et non aedificabis eos.
6 Benedictus Dominus, quoniam exaudivit vocem deprecationis meae.
7 Dominus adjutor meus et protector meus; in ipso speravit cor meum, 
  et adjutus sum: et refloruit caro mea, et ex voluntate mea confitebor ei.
8 Dominus fortitudo plebis suae, et protector salvationum christi sui est.
9 Salvum fac populum tuum, Domine, et benedic haereditati tuae; 
  et rege eos, et extolle illos usque in aeternum.

Translation(s): FRE POL

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Text added to the website: 2018-11-02.
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