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according to the Book of Common Prayer, 2019
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Psalm 107

Confitemini Domino

1 O give thanks unto the Lord, for he is gracious,*

and his mercy endures for ever.

2 Let those whom the Lord has redeemed give thanks,*

whom he has delivered from the hand of the enemy,

3 And gathered them out of the lands, from the east and from the west,*

from the north and from the south.

4 They went astray in the wilderness, even in the desert,*

and found no city to dwell in;

5 They were hungry and thirsty,*

and their soul fainted within them.

6 Then they cried unto the Lord in their trouble,*

and he delivered them from their distress.

7 He led them forth by a straight path*

until they came to a city where they might dwell.

8 Oh, that they would therefore praise the Lord for his goodness*

and declare the wonders that he does for the children of men!

9 For he satisfies the empty soul*

and fills the hungry soul with goodness.

10 Some sat in darkness, and in the shadow of death,*

being bound fast in misery and iron,

11 Because they rebelled against the words of God*

and lightly regarded the counsel of the Most High.

12 He also brought down their heart with heaviness;*

they fell down, and there was none to help them.

13 Then they cried unto the Lord in their trouble,*

and he delivered them out of their distress.

14 For he brought them out of darkness, and out of the shadow of death,*

and broke their bonds asunder.

15 Oh, that they would therefore praise the Lord for his goodness*

and declare the wonders that he does for the children of men!

16 For he has broken the gates of brass*

and shattered the bars of iron asunder.

17 The foolish were plagued for their offense*

and because of their wickedness.

18 Their soul abhorred all manner of food,*

and they were even close to death's door.

19 So when they cried unto the Lord in their trouble,*

he delivered them out of their distress.

20 He sent his word and healed them,*

and they were saved from destruction.

21 Oh, that they would therefore praise the Lord for his goodness*

and declare the wonders that he does for the children of men!

22 That they would offer unto him the sacrifice of thanksgiving*

and tell of his works with gladness!

23 Those who go down to the sea in ships,*

who carry out their business in great waters,

24 They behold the works of the Lord*

and his wonders in the deep.

25 For at his word the stormy wind arises,*

which lifts up the waves.

26 They are carried up to heaven and down again to the deep;*

their soul melts away because of the trouble.

27 They reel to and fro, and stagger like a drunken man,*

and are at their wits' end.

28 So when they cry unto the Lord in their trouble,*

he delivers them out of their distress.

29 For he makes the storm to cease,*

so that the waves are still.

30 Then they are glad, because they are at rest,*

and so he brings them into the haven where they desire to be.

31 Oh, that they would therefore praise the Lord for his goodness*

and declare the wonders that he does for the children of men!

32 That they would exalt him also in the congregation of the people*

and praise him in the seat of the elders!

33 He turns rivers into a wilderness*

and water-springs into thirsty ground,

34 A fruitful land he makes barren,*

because of the wickedness of those who dwell there.

35 Again, he makes the wilderness into pools of water*

and dry ground into water-springs;

36 And there he sets the hungry*

that they may build a city to dwell in,

37 That they may sow their land and plant vineyards*

to yield the fruits of increase.

38 He blesses them, so that they multiply exceedingly,*

and does not allow their cattle to decrease.

39 And again, when they are diminished and brought low,*

through oppression, through any plague or trouble,

40 Though he pours contempt on princes*

and lets them wander in the pathless wilderness,

41 Yet he helps the poor out of misery*

and increases their households like a flock of sheep.

42 The righteous will consider this and rejoice,*

and the mouth of all wickedness shall be stopped.

43 Whoever is wise will ponder these things,*

and shall understand the loving-kindness of the Lord.

Psalms with similar themes:

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

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 

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