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Vau. Et egressus est a filia Sion omnia...

Language: Latin

Vau. Et egressus est a filia Sion omnia decor ejus;
facti sunt principes ejus velut arietes non invenientes pascua,
et abierunt absque fortitudine ante faciem subsequentis.

Zain. Recordata est Jerusalem dierum afflictionis suae,
et praevaricationis, omnium desiderabilium suorum,
quae habuerat a diebus antiquis, cum caderet populus ejus in manu hostili,
et non esset auxiliator;
viderunt eam hostes, et deriserunt sabbata ejus.

Heth. Peccatum peccavit Jerusalem, propterea instabilis facta est;
omnes qui glorificabant eam spreverunt illam, quia viderunt ignominiam ejus;
ipsa autem gemens conversa est retrorsum.

Teth. Sordes ejus in pedibus ejus, nec recordata est finis sui;
deposita est vehementer, non habens consolatorem.
Vide, Domine, afflictionem meam, quoniam erectus est inimicus.

Translation(s): FRE

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  • FRE French (Français) (Guy Laffaille) , "Seconde leçon de ténèbres du Mercredi saint", copyright © 2011, (re)printed on this website with kind permission

Text added to the website: 2011-09-19.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:04:35
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Word count: 110

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