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  • Psalm for 18 September, the 24th Saturday in Ordinary Time

    Psalm 119:105-112

    Nun

    Your word is a lamp to my feet

    and a light to my path.

    I have sworn an oath and confirmed it,

    to keep your righteous rules.

    I am severely afflicted;

    give me life, O Lord, according to your word!

    Accept my freewill offerings of praise, O Lord,

    and teach me your rules.

    I hold my life in my hand continually,

    but I do not forget your law.

    The wicked have laid a snare for me,

    but I do not stray from your precepts.

    Your testimonies are my heritage forever,

    for they are the joy of my heart.

    I incline my heart to perform your statutes

    forever, to the end.

     

    THE PSALM PRAYER

    Most Merciful God, Author of all good things, who has given your holy commandments to us, by which we should direct our life: Imprint them on our hearts by your Holy Spirit, and grant that we may so renounce all our worldly desires and all the vanities of this present age, that our whole pleasure and delight may be in your instruction, so that we, being always governed by your holy Word, may in the end attain to that eternal salvation, which you have promised. Through Jesus Christ, your Son. AMEN.

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      THE ORDER FOR DIVINE WORSHIP September 19, 2021 10:30 a.m. 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time
    2. Psalm for 17 September, the 24th Friday in Ordinary Time

      Psalm 119:97-104

      Mem

      Oh how I love your law!

      It is my meditation all the day.

      Your commandment makes me wiser than my enemies,

      for it is ever with me.

      I have more understanding than all my teachers,

      for your testimonies are my meditation.

      I understand more than the aged,

      for I keep your precepts.

      I hold back my feet from every evil way,

      in order to keep your word.

      I do not turn aside from your rules,

      for you have taught me.

      How sweet are your words to my taste,

      sweeter than honey to my mouth!

      Through your precepts I get understanding;

      therefore I hate every false way.

       

      THE PSALM PRAYER

      Most Merciful God, Author of all good things, who has given your holy commandments to us, by which we should direct our life: Imprint them on our hearts by your Holy Spirit, and grant that we may so renounce all our worldly desires and all the vanities of this present age, that our whole pleasure and delight may be in your instruction, so that we, being always governed by your holy Word, may in the end attain to that eternal salvation, which you have promised. Through Jesus Christ, your Son. AMEN.

      1. Psalm for 16 September, the 24th Thursday in Ordinary Time

        Psalm 119:89-96

        Lamedh

        Forever, O Lord, your word

        is firmly fixed in the heavens.

        Your faithfulness endures to all generations;

        you have established the earth, and it stands fast.

        By your appointment they stand this day,

        for all things are your servants.

        If your law had not been my delight,

        I would have perished in my affliction.

        I will never forget your precepts,

        for by them you have given me life.

        I am yours; save me,

        for I have sought your precepts.

        The wicked lie in wait to destroy me,

        but I consider your testimonies.

        I have seen a limit to all perfection,

        but your commandment is exceedingly broad.


        THE PSALM PRAYER

        Most Merciful God, Author of all good things, who has given your holy commandments to us, by which we should direct our life: Imprint them on our hearts by your Holy Spirit, and grant that we may so renounce all our worldly desires and all the vanities of this present age, that our whole pleasure and delight may be in your instruction, so that we, being always governed by your holy Word, may in the end attain to that eternal salvation, which you have promised. Through Jesus Christ, your Son. AMEN.

        1. Psalm for 15 September, the 24th Wednesday in Ordinary Time

          Psalm 119:81-88

          Kaph

          My soul longs for your salvation;

          I hope in your word.

          My eyes long for your promise;

          I ask, “When will you comfort me?”

          For I have become like a wineskin in the smoke,

          yet I have not forgotten your statutes.

          How long must your servant endure?

          When will you judge those who persecute me?

          The insolent have dug pitfalls for me;

          they do not live according to your law.

          All your commandments are sure;

          they persecute me with falsehood; help me!

          They have almost made an end of me on earth,

          but I have not forsaken your precepts.

          In your steadfast love give me life,

          that I may keep the testimonies of your mouth.

           

          THE PSALM PRAYER

          Most Merciful God, Author of all good things, who has given your holy commandments to us, by which we should direct our life: Imprint them on our hearts by your Holy Spirit, and grant that we may so renounce all our worldly desires and all the vanities of this present age, that our whole pleasure and delight may be in your instruction, so that we, being always governed by your holy Word, may in the end attain to that eternal salvation, which you have promised. Through Jesus Christ, your Son. AMEN.

          1. Psalm for 14 September, the 24th Tuesday in Ordinary Time

            Psalm 119:73-80

            Yodh

            Your hands have made and fashioned me;

            give me understanding that I may learn your commandments.

            Those who fear you shall see me and rejoice,

            because I have hoped in your word.

            I know, O Lord, that your rules are righteous,

            and that in faithfulness you have afflicted me.

            Let your steadfast love comfort me

            according to your promise to your servant.

            Let your mercy come to me, that I may live;

            for your law is my delight.

            Let the insolent be put to shame,

            because they have wronged me with falsehood;

            as for me, I will meditate on your precepts.

            Let those who fear you turn to me,

            that they may know your testimonies.

            May my heart be blameless in your statutes,

            that I may not be put to shame!

             

            THE PSALM PRAYER

            Most Merciful God, Author of all good things, who has given your holy commandments to us, by which we should direct our life: Imprint them on our hearts by your Holy Spirit, and grant that we may so renounce all our worldly desires and all the vanities of this present age, that our whole pleasure and delight may be in your instruction, so that we, being always governed by your holy Word, may in the end attain to that eternal salvation, which you have promised. Through Jesus Christ, your Son. AMEN.

            1. Psalm for 13 September, the 24th Monday in Ordinary Time

              Psalm 119:65-72

              Teth

              You have dealt well with your servant,

              O Lord, according to your word.

              Teach me good judgment and knowledge,

              for I believe in your commandments.

              Before I was afflicted I went astray,

              but now I keep your word.

              You are good and do good;

              teach me your statutes.

              The insolent smear me with lies,

              but with my whole heart I keep your precepts;

              their heart is unfeeling like fat,

              but I delight in your law.

              It is good for me that I was afflicted,

              that I might learn your statutes.

              The law of your mouth is better to me

              than thousands of gold and silver pieces.

               

              THE PSALM PRAYER

              Most Merciful God, Author of all good things, who has given your holy commandments to us, by which we should direct our life: Imprint them on our hearts by your Holy Spirit, and grant that we may so renounce all our worldly desires and all the vanities of this present age, that our whole pleasure and delight may be in your instruction, so that we, being always governed by your holy Word, may in the end attain to that eternal salvation, which you have promised. Through Jesus Christ, your Son. AMEN.

              1. Psalm for 12 September, the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time

                Psalm 119:57-64

                Heth

                The Lord is my portion;

                I promise to keep your words.

                I entreat your favor with all my heart;

                be gracious to me according to your promise.

                When I think on my ways,

                I turn my feet to your testimonies;

                I hasten and do not delay

                to keep your commandments.

                Though the cords of the wicked ensnare me,

                I do not forget your law.

                At midnight I rise to praise you,

                because of your righteous rules.

                I am a companion of all who fear you,

                of those who keep your precepts.

                The earth, O Lord, is full of your steadfast love;

                teach me your statutes!

                 

                THE PSALM PRAYER

                Most Merciful God, Author of all good things, who has given your holy commandments to us, by which we should direct our life: Imprint them on our hearts by your Holy Spirit, and grant that we may so renounce all our worldly desires and all the vanities of this present age, that our whole pleasure and delight may be in your instruction, so that we, being always governed by your holy Word, may in the end attain to that eternal salvation, which you have promised. Through Jesus Christ, your Son. AMEN.

                1. Psalm for 11 September, the 23rd Saturday in Ordinary Time

                  Psalm 119:49-56

                  Zayin

                  Remember your word to your servant,

                  in which you have made me hope.

                  This is my comfort in my affliction,

                  that your promise gives me life.

                  The insolent utterly deride me,

                  but I do not turn away from your law.

                  When I think of your rules from of old,

                  I take comfort, O Lord.

                  Hot indignation seizes me because of the wicked,

                  who forsake your law.

                  Your statutes have been my songs

                  in the house of my sojourning.

                  I remember your name in the night, O Lord,

                  and keep your law.

                  This blessing has fallen to me,

                  that I have kept your precepts.

                  THE PSALM PRAYER

                  Most Merciful God, Author of all good things, who has given your holy commandments to us, by which we should direct our life: Imprint them on our hearts by your Holy Spirit, and grant that we may so renounce all our worldly desires and all the vanities of this present age, that our whole pleasure and delight may be in your instruction, so that we, being always governed by your holy Word, may in the end attain to that eternal salvation, which you have promised. Through Jesus Christ, your Son. AMEN.