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A Psalm of David.
1The Lord said unto my Lord,
Sit Thou at My right hand,
until I make Thine enemies
a stool for Thy feet.
2The rod of Thy strength
the Lord shall send out of Zion;
rule Thou in the midst of Thine enemies.
3Thy people shall be willing
in the day of Thy power;
in the splendors of holiness,
from the womb of the dawn,
Thou hast the dew of Thy youth.
4The Lord hath sworn, and will not repent:
Thou art a priest forever
after the order of Melchizedek.
5The Lord is at Thy right hand;
He shall strike through kings in the day of His wrath.
6He shall judge among the nations,
He shall fill them with corpses;
he shall crush the head over the great earth.
7He shall drink of the brook in the way;
therefore shall He lift up the head.
and to the Holy Spirit;
as it was in the beginning, both now and ever,
and unto ages of ages. Amen.
1The Lord said | un- ( to ) my Lord,*
Sit Thou | at My ( right ) hand,
until I | make ( Thine en- ) emies*
a | stool for ( Thy ) feet.
2The rod of | Thy strength†
the Lord shall send | out ( of ) Zion;*
rule Thou in the midst | of Thine ( ene- ) mies.
3Thy people | shall ( be ) willing*
in the day | of Thy ( pow- ) er;
in the splendors of ho- | liness,†
from the | womb ( of ) the dawn,*
Thou hast the | dew of ( Thy ) youth.
4The Lord hath sworn, and will not | repent:†
Thou art a | priest ( for- ) ever*
after the order | of Mel- ( chize- ) dek.
5The Lord is | at ( Thy ) right hand;*
He shall strike through kings in the | day of ( His ) wrath.
6He shall judge among the na- | tions,†
He shall fill | them ( with ) corpses;*
he shall crush the head ov- | er the ( great ) earth.
7He shall drink of the | brook ( in ) the way;*
therefore shall He | lift up ( the ) head.
and to the | Holy ( Spir- ) it;
as it was in the beginning, both | now ( and ) ever,*
and unto ages of | ages. ( A- ) men.
The 110th Psalm is sung as the First Psalm at Vespers on Sunday.