The Daily Office

according to the Book of Common Prayer, 2019
Anglican Church in North America


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The Psalms

New Coverdale Translation
Book of Common Prayer 2019

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Psalms by Topic

God the Creator
8  19  33  65  111  104  145  147 

God the Redeemer
33  103  111  126  113  114  130  138 

God the Judge
1  11  7  46  97  50  62  82  75  76  90  96  98 

God’s Glory
18  29  99  46  148  150 

God ’s Sovereignty
24  93  46  47  72  89  96  97  98  99  112  146  145 

God’s Wisdom
33  104  111  113  139  145  147 

God’s Law
19  50  62  111  119  147 

God’s Providence
23  121  33  34  124  89  139  145  146  147 

God’s Mercy
23  100  32  130  57  61  62  63  73  77  85  86  103  118  145 

The Incarnation
2  110  8  113  85  111  89  132 

The Passion
22  40  42  54  130  69  88  116 

The Church
46  111  48  84  122  133  147 

Worship
5  26  43  63  65  66  67  122  84  138  96  100  116 

Thanksgiving
30  67  65  92  100  98  111  103  107  116  134  138  145  147  148  150 

Prayer
4  5  17  20  28  31  54  61  84  86  141  142 

Trust in God
27  31  57  146  62  63  71  73  77  91  118  121  124  125  123  143 

God our Refuge
4  20  17  37  46  49  54  61  71  91  103  121  146 

Divine Guidance
25  43  85  80  111  112 

In Time of Trouble
3  11  12  13  18  20  46  30  146  40  49  57  85  62  63  80  86  90  107  118  144 

Righteousness
1  15  11  12  18  19  26  34  40  92  111  112 

Peace
29  46  76  85  98  100  124  125  126 

The Transitoriness of Life
39  49  90 

The Hope of Immortality
16  146  30  121  42  49  66  73  103  116  139 

Morning
3  20  5  63  90  143 

Evening
4  31  91  134  13  121  16  17  77 

Penitential Psalms
6  32  38  51  102  130  143 

Preparation for Holy Communion
23  25  26  43  41  63  84  122  85  86  130  133  139 

Thanksgiving after Holy Communion
8  15  19  27  29  30  34  100  110  103  118  145  150 

Psalms with first line

1 | Beatus vir qui non abiit
Blessed is the man who has not walked in the counsel of the ungodly

2 | Quare fremuerunt gentes?
Why do the nations so furiously rage together?

3 | Domine, quid multiplicati?
Lord, how they are increased who trouble me

4 | Cum invocarem
Hear me when I call, O God of my righteousness

5 | Verba mea auribus
Give ear to my words, O Lord

6 | Domine, ne in furore
O Lord, rebuke me not in your indignation

7 | Domine, Deus meus
O Lord my God, in you have I put my trust

8 | Domine, Dominus noster
O Lord our Governor, how excellent is your Name in all the world

9 | Confitebor tibi
I will give thanks unto you, O Lord, with my whole heart

10 | Ut quid, Domine?
Why do you stand so far off, O Lord

11 | In Domino confido
In the Lord I put my trust

12 | Salvum me fac
Help me, O Lord, for there is no godly one left

13 | Usquequo, Domine?
How long will you utterly forget me, O Lord?

14 | Dixit insipiens
The fool has said in his heart

15 | Domine, quis habitabit?
Lord, who shall dwell in your tabernacle?

16 | Conserva me, Domine
Preserve me, O God

17 | Exaudi, Domine
Hear what is right, O Lord; consider my complaint

18 | Diligam te, Domine
I will love you, O Lord my strength

19 | Cæli enarrant
The heavens declare the glory of God

20 | Exaudiat te Dominus
May the Lord hear you in the day of trouble

21 | Domine, in virtute tua
The King shall rejoice in your strength, O Lord

22 | Deus, Deus meus
My God, my God, why have you forsaken me

23 | Dominus regit me
The Lord is my shepherd

24 | Domini est terra
The earth is the Lord's and all that is in it

25 | Ad te, Domine, levavi
Unto you, O Lord, will I lift up my soul; my God, I have put my trust in you

26 | Judica me, Domine
Be my judge, O Lord, for I have walked innocently

27 | Dominus illuminatio
The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom then shall I fear?

28 | Ad te, Domine
Unto you will I cry, O Lord my rock; do not be deaf to my prayer

29 | Afferte Domino
Ascribe unto the Lord, O you mighty

30 | Exaltabo te, Domine
I will magnify you, O Lord, for you have lifted me up

31 | In te, Domine, speravi
In you, O Lord, have I put my trust

32 | Beati quorum
Blessed is the one whose unrighteousness is forgiven

33 | Exultate, justi
Rejoice in the Lord, O you righteous

34 | Benedicam Dominum
I will always give thanks unto the Lord

35 | Judica, Domine
Contend, O Lord, with those who contend with me

36 | Dixit injustus
My heart shows me the wickedness of the ungodly

37 | Noli æmulari
Fret not yourself because of the ungodly

38 | Domine, ne in furore
Rebuke me not, O Lord, in your anger

39 | Dixi, Custodiam
I said, "I will take heed to my ways

40 | Expectans expectavi
I waited patiently for the Lord

41 | Beatus qui intelligit
Blessed is the one who considers the poor and needy

42 | Quemadmodum
As the deer desires the water brooks

43 | Judica me, Deus
Give judgment for me, O God, and defend my cause against the ungodly people

44 | Deus, auribus
We have heard with our ears, O God, our fathers have told us

45 | Eructavit cor meum
My heart overflows with a noble song

46 | Deus noster refugium
God is our refuge and strength

47 | Omnes gentes, plaudite
O clap your hands together, all you peoples

48 | Magnus Dominus
Great is the Lord and highly to be praised

49 | Audite hæc, omnes
Hear this, all you peoples

50 | Deus deorum
The Lord, even the most mighty God, has spoken

51 | Miserere mei, Deus
Have mercy upon me, O God, in your great goodness

52 | Quid gloriaris?
Why do you boast, you tyrant

53 | Dixit insipiens
The fool has said in his heart

54 | Deus, in Nomine
Save me, O God, for your Name's sake

55 | Exaudi, Deus
Hear my prayer, O God

56 | Miserere mei, Deus
Be merciful to me, O God, for my adversaries are treading me down

57 | Miserere mei, Deus
Be merciful to me, O God, be merciful to me, for my soul trusts in you

58 | Si vere utique
Do you indeed decree righteousness, O you rulers

59 | Eripe me de inimicis
Deliver me from my enemies, O God

60 | Deus, repulisti nos
O God, you have cast us out and scattered us abroad

61 | Exaudi, Deus
Hear my cry, O God

62 | Nonne Deo?
For God alone my soul in silence waits

63 | Deus, Deus meus
O God, you are my God

64 | Exaudi, Deus
Hear my voice, O God, in my prayer

65 | Te decet hymnus
You, O God, are to be praised in Zion

66 | Jubilate Deo
Be joyful in God, all you lands

67 | Deus misereatur
May God be merciful unto us, and bless us

68 | Exsurgat Deus
Let God arise, and let his enemies be scattered

69 | Salvum me fac
Save me, O God

70 | Deus, in adjutorium
Hasten, O God, to deliver me

71 | In te, Domine, speravi
In you, O Lord, have I put my trust

72 | Deus, judicium
Give the King your judgments, O God

73 | Quam bonus Isræl!
Truly, God is loving to Israel

74 | Ut quid, Deus?
O God, why have you utterly cast us off?

75 | Confitebimur tibi
Unto you, O God, do we give thanks

76 | Notus in Judæa
In Judah God is known

77 | Voce mea ad Dominum
I will cry unto God with my voice

78 | Attendite, popule
Hear my teaching, O my people

79 | Deus, venerunt
O God, the nations have come into your inheritance

80 | Qui regis Isræl
Hear, O Shepherd of Israel, you that lead Joseph like a sheep

81 | Exultate Deo
O sing merrily unto God our strength

82 | Deus stetit
God stands in the council of princes

83 | Deus, quis similis?
Hold not your tongue, O God; keep not silent

84 | Quam dilecta!
How lovely are your dwellings

85 | Benedixisti, Domine
Lord, you have been gracious to your land

86 | Inclina, Domine
Bow down your ear, O Lord, and hear me

87 | Fundamenta ejus
The Lord loves the foundation which he has laid upon the holy hills

88 | Domine Deus
O Lord God of my salvation, I have cried day and night before you

89 | Misericordias Domini
My song shall be always of the loving-kindness of the Lord

90 | Domine, refugium
Lord, you have been our refuge

91 | Qui habitat
Whoever dwells under the defense of the Most High

92 | Bonum est confiteri
It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord

93 | Dominus regnavit
The Lord is King and has put on glorious apparel

94 | Deus ultionum
O Lord God to whom vengeance belongs

95 | Venite, exultemus
O come, let us sing unto the Lord

96 | Cantate Domino
O sing unto the Lord a new song

97 | Dominus regnavit
The Lord is King; let the earth be glad

98 | Cantate Domino
O sing unto the Lord a new song

99 | Dominus regnavit
The Lord is King; let the peoples tremble

100 | Jubilate Deo
O be joyful in the Lord, all you lands

101 | Misericordiam et judicium
My song shall be of mercy and judgment

102 | Domine, exaudi
Hear my prayer, O Lord

103 | Benedic, anima mea
Praise the Lord, O my soul

104 | Benedic, anima mea
Praise the Lord, O my soul

105 | Confitemini Domino
Give thanks unto the Lord and call upon his Name

106 | Confitemini Domino
O give thanks unto the Lord, for he is gracious

107 | Confitemini Domino
O give thanks unto the Lord, for he is gracious

108 | Paratum cor meum
O God, my heart is fixed, my heart is firmly fixed

109 | Deus, laudem
Hold not your tongue, O God of my praise

110 | Dixit Dominus
The Lord said unto my Lord, "Sit at my right hand

111 | Confitebor tibi
Praise the Lord. I will give thanks unto the Lord with my whole heart

112 | Beatus vir
Praise the Lord! Blessed is the one who fears the Lord

113 | Laudate, pueri
Praise the Lord. Sing praises, you servants of the Lord

114 | In exitu Israel
When Israel came out of Egypt

115 | Non nobis, Domine
Not unto us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto your Name give the praise

116 | Dilexi, quoniam
I love the Lord

117 | Laudate Dominum
O praise the Lord, all you nations

118 | Confitemini Domino
Give thanks unto the Lord, for he is gracious

119 | Beati immaculati
Blessed are those who are undefiled in their ways

120 | Ad Dominum
When I was in trouble I called upon the Lord

121 | Levavi oculos
I will lift up my eyes unto the hills

122 | Lætatus sum
I was glad when they said unto me

123 | Ad te levavi oculos meos
Unto you I lift up my eyes

124 | Nisi quia Dominus
If the Lord himself had not been on our side, now may Israel say:

125 | Qui confidunt
Those who put their trust in the Lord shall be like Mount Zion

126 | In convertendo
When the Lord overturned the captivity of Zion

127 | Nisi Dominus
Unless the Lord builds the house

128 | Beati omnes
Blessed are all those who fear the Lord

129 | Sæpe expugnaverunt
Many a time have they fought against me from my youth on,"  

130 | De profundis
Out of the deep have I called unto you, O Lord

131 | Domine, non est
O Lord, I am not haughty

132 | Memento, Domine
Lord, remember David

133 | Ecce, quam bonum!
Behold, how good and joyful a thing it is

134 | Ecce nunc
Behold now, praise the Lord

135 | Laudate Nomen
O praise the Lord. Praise the Name of the Lord

136 | Confitemini
O give thanks unto the Lord, for he is gracious

137 | Super flumina
By the waters of Babylon we sat down and wept

138 | Confitebor tibi
I will give thanks to you, O Lord, with my whole heart

139 | Domine, probasti
O Lord, you have searched me out and known me

140 | Eripe me, Domine
Deliver me, O Lord, from evildoers

141 | Domine, clamavi
Lord, I call upon you; hasten unto me

142 | Voce mea ad Dominum
I cried unto the Lord with my voice

143 | Domine, exaudi
Hear my prayer, O Lord, and consider my supplications

144 | Benedictus Dominus
Blessed be the Lord my strength

145 | Exaltabo te, Deus
I will magnify you, O God my King

146 | Lauda, anima mea
Praise the Lord, O my soul

147 | Laudate Dominum
Praise the Lord, for it is a good thing to sing praises unto our God

148 | Laudate Dominum
Praise the Lord. O praise the Lord of heaven

149 | Cantate Domino
Praise the Lord. O sing unto the Lord a new song

150 | Laudate Dominum
Praise the Lord. Praise God in his holiness

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