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Prayers of the Orthodox Church: The Psalter, The Second Kathisma
 
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The Psalter also known as the Psalms, or Psalms of David is the Old Testament book that contains hymns and poems traditionally ascribed to the Holy Prophet and King David, ancestor of our Lord Jesus Christ. Virtually every aspect of worship—praise, thanksgiving, penitence, intercession—is covered in the Psalter.
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The Psalter - Read, Pray, Sing
 
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ESV Psalms: http://amzn.to/2pg43fo The Trinity Psalter (Words Only): http://amzn.to/2pIqfAf The Book of Psalms for Worship: http://amzn.to/2pvqga4
Views: 2694 Matthew Everhard
Psalm 102v1-12 - To This My Prayer (Trinity Psalter)
 
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Words and Music: Trinity Psalter @ CrownAndCovenant Publishing Arranged for guitar: Jason Coghill download the word document with chords here: http://www.box.net/shared/9kev3fcupi
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Psalm 51 - Have mercy upon me, O God.
 
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The Anglican Parish Psalter. Day 10 Morning Prayer
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🎵 The COMPLETE Psalter Psalms 1 150   Beautiful & Relaxing Choral Music   YouTube 720p
 
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The user removed the psalm, so I put in a word God with you!
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Prayers of the Orthodox Church: The Psalter, The First Kathisma
 
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The Psalter also known as the Psalms, or Psalms of David is the Old Testament book that contains hymns and poems traditionally ascribed to the Holy Prophet and King David, ancestor of our Lord Jesus Christ. Virtually every aspect of worship—praise, thanksgiving, penitence, intercession—is covered in the Psalter.
Views: 788 Ancient Truth
Psalm 12 - Help me, Lord from the Parish Psalter
 
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Day 2 Evening Prayer Psalm from the Book of Common Prayer 1559
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Psalm 86 - Psalter 235 Confiding Prayer
 
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May 4, 2014 performance by the Psalm Choir of Psalm 86, Psalter 235 titled Confiding Prayer. A CD of this performance will be made available late in 2014. This is a non-profit endeavor and all proceeds will be donated to a charitable organization of the choirs' choosing. If you would like to pre-order a CD please send an email to [email protected] Special thanks to Monica for taking this video. You can also check out Nick's channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/Nicholaskleyn?feature=g-all-u for other excellent choir videos. The members of the choir are from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. For more info about this denomination check out http://www.prca.org The Psalter was first published in 1912 by the United Presbyterian Church. Lyrics can be found in the resource library of http://www.prca.org
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Book Review--The Orthodox Psalter
 
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Published by the Holy Apostles Convent, the video is a bit choppy during the book dissection. Sorry about that. My computer is getting old. book store: http://www.holyapostlesconvent.org
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Psalm 56 - Psalter 151 Prayer for Deliverance
 
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May 3, 2015 performance by the Psalm Choir. Special arrangement for the choir. A CD of this performance will be made available later in the year. This is a non-profit endeavor and all proceeds will be donated to a charitable organization of the choirs' choosing. If you would like to pre-order a CD please send an email to [email protected] Special thanks to the Kleyns for taking this video. You can also check out Nick's channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/Nicholaskleyn?feature=g-all-u for other excellent choir videos. The members of the choir are from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. For more info about this denomination check out http://www.prca.org The Psalter was first published in 1912 by the United Presbyterian Church. Lyrics can be found in the resource library of http://www.prca.org
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The Complete Psalter (Psalms 1 - 150)
 
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There are Catholics in some Ordinariates that sing Anglican chant. Since Pope Benedict allowed Anglican priests to convert, and bring with them a lot of their liturgy and sacred music, Anglican chant has been brought by these Ordinariates into parts of the Catholic Church. With this in mind we share the Psalms of David in Anglican Chant. This is Anglican form of the part of the Divine Office as found in the Common Prayer so I post outside of my playlist. Thank you for your understanding. (List of Psalms were too long for YouTube description. I will try and make list in a post.)
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Morning & Evening Prayers : Read in Monotone out of the Jordanville Prayerbook#1/2
 
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These are Morning and Evening Prayers for the Eastern Orthodox Church. This book is of Russian Orthodox Origin and most of the prayer were written by very Holy Men who had attained the Knowledge of God through Theoria. (When we say "knowledge of God" do not think of it in relations to human reasoning. God is known in a man's Nous - Nous is a Greek word which is often wrongly translated as "mind" in english. The Nous is "The Eye of the Soul", or it is, "The Purest Part of the Soul"). These prayers were chanted in monotone by the Russian Monk of the Holy Cross. You can buy the CD with the Prayers on it at their gift-shop online and also the "Psalter", and "The Preparation for Holy Communion". The online text of the PrayerBook is here: myriobiblos.gr/texts/english/prayerbook/main.htm
Views: 104404 Mikhail Kolitwenzew
Repetitious Prayer, the Angelic Psalter, & Hiroshima
 
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Sermon on the rosary & how it is a true weapon. Stories on how it saved the Jesuit 8 from the Atomic Bomb on August 6th 1945. How it ended & prevented wars. How it saved lives. Pray the rosary! For more please visit http://www.traditionalsermons.com/ & remember to say 3 Hail Marys for the priest
Views: 25624 Sensus Fidelium
Psalm 70 - Psalter 189
 
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May 6 performance by the Psalm Choir of Psalm 70, Psalter 189, titled "Prayer for Help." A CD of this performance will be made available late in 2012. This is a non-profit endeavor and all proceeds will be donated to a charitable organization of the choirs' choosing. If you would like to pre-order a CD please send an email to [email protected] The Psalter lists this tune as being from the Genevan Psalter. I've not been able to identify which Psalm it was originally associated with though. Special thanks to Nick Kleyn for taking this video. Check out his channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/Nicholaskleyn?feature=g-all-u for other excellent choir videos. Most of the members of the choir are from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. For more info about this denomination check out http://www.prca.org The Psalter was first published in 1912 by the United Presbyterian Church. Lyrics: 1. Make haste, O God, to save; To help me, Lord, make haste; Ashamed, confounded, they shall be Who would my life lay waste. 2. They shall be put to shame That in my hurt delight, And backward in dishonor turned, Their mocking to requite. 3. All they that seek Thy face With joy in Thee abide, And, loving Thy salvation, say, Let God be magnified. 4. In need am I, and poor; O God, make haste, I pray; Thou art my Saviour and my help, O Lord, make no delay.
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Psalm 63 - Psalter 163 Satisfaction in God
 
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Performance by the Psalm Choir of Psalm 63, Psalter 163 titled "Satisfaction in God" from their CD "Fitting Praises Volume 4" This tune was originally composed by George C. Stebbins in 1878 and is titled "The Green Hill." It was originally used for the hymn Cecil Alexander published in 1847 with that name. (info from http://www.cyberhymnal.org) Most of the members of the choir are from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. For more info about this denomination check out http://www.prca.org The Psalter was first published in 1912 by the United Presbyterian Church. Lyrics: 1. O Lord, my God, most earnestly My heart would seek Thy face, Within Thy holy house once more To see Thy glorious grace. Apart from Thee I long and thirst, And nought can satisfy; I wander in a desert land Where all the streams are dry. 2. The lovingkindness of my God Is more than life to me; So I will bless Thee while I live And lift my prayer to Thee. In Thee my soul is satisfied, My darkness turns to light, And joyful meditations fill The watches of the night. 3. My Saviour, 'neath Thy sheltering wings My soul delights to dwell; Still closer to Thy side I press, For near Thee all is well. My soul shall conquer every foe, Upholden by Thy hand; Thy people shall rejoice in God, Thy saints in glory stand. Pictures taken from: http://www.morguefile.com/ http://www.sxc.hu/index.phtml http://freerangestock.com/
Views: 24751 Psalm Choir
Morning & Evening Prayers : Read in Monotone out of the Jordanville Prayerbook#2/2
 
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These are Morning and Evening Prayers for the Eastern Orthodox Church. This book is of Russian Orthodox Origin and most of the prayer were written by very Holy Men who had attained the Knowledge of God through Theoria. (When we say "knowledge of God" do not think of it in relations to human reasoning. God is known in a man's Nous - Nous is a Greek word which is often wrongly translated as "mind" in english. The Nous is "The Eye of the Soul", or it is, "The Purest Part of the Soul"). These prayers were chanted in monotone by the Russian Monk of the Holy Cross. You can buy the CD with the Prayers on it at their gift-shop online and also the "Psalter", and "The Preparation for Holy Communion". The online text of the PrayerBook is here: myriobiblos.gr/texts/english/prayerbook/main.htm
Views: 45714 Mikhail Kolitwenzew
Psalm 130 - De Profundis - Out of the Deep from the Parish Psalter
 
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Day 27 Evening Prayer Psalm from the Book of Common Prayer 1559 sung by the choir of Kings College Cambridge
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Psalter #151. Prayer for Deliverance
 
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Psalm 91 - Psalter 248 Prayer for Help
 
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May 6 performance by the Psalm Choir of Psalm 70, Psalter 189, titled "Prayer for Help." A CD of this performance will be made available late in 2012. This is a non-profit endeavor and all proceeds will be donated to a charitable organization of the choirs' choosing. If you would like to pre-order a CD please send an email to [email protected] William Bradbury composed this tune, named Zephyr. In total Bradbury has 25 tunes contained within the UPC Psalter. Quoted from hymntime.com "In 1841, Brad­bu­ry turned his at­ten­tion to child­ren, and first held his free sing­ing classes, which be­came ve­ry pop­u­lar. At his an­nu­al Ju­ve­nile Mu­sic Fes­tiv­als, one could see a thou­sand child­ren on a ris­ing plat­form, the girls wear­ing white, with white wreaths and blue sash­es, and the boys in jack­ets, with col­lars turned over in By­ron style. These ef­forts among the young gave Brad­bu­ry great ce­leb­ri­ty, a host of warm friends, and event­u­al­ly led to his life work of pro­vid­ing Sun­day School songs. Over three mil­lion co­pies of his Gold­en Trio, Gold­en Chain, Gold­en Show­er, and Gold­en Cen­ser were pub­lished." Special thanks to Nick Kleyn for taking this video. Check out his channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/Nicholaskleyn?feature=g-all-u for other excellent choir videos. Most of the members of the choir are from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. For more info about this denomination check out http://www.prca.org The Psalter was first published in 1912 by the United Presbyterian Church. Lyrics: 1. The man who once has found abode Within the secret place of God Shall with Almighty God abide, And in His shadow safely hide. 2. I of the Lord my God will say, He is my refuge and my stay; To Him for safety I will flee, In Him my constant trust shall be. 3. The Lord with His protecting care Shall keep thee from the hidden snare; When fearful plagues around prevail Thy life the scourge shall not assail. 4. Thou shalt beneath His wings abide, And safe within His care confide; His faithfulness shall ever be A sure protection unto thee.
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Psalter #31 - Psalm 17 "The Prayer of the Righteous"
 
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The Prayer of the Righteous - Psalm 17 1. Lord, hear the right, regard my cry, My prayer from lips sincere; Send Thy approval from on high, My righteousness make clear. Thou in the night my heart hast tried, Nor found it turned from Thee aside. 2. With steadfast courage I design No wrong to speak or do; Thy path of life I choose for mine And walk with purpose true. For help, O God, I cry to Thee, Assured that Thou wilt answer me. 3. O Thou that ever savest those Whose trust on Thee is stayed, Preserving them from all their foes By Thy almighty aid, Let me Thy lovingkindness see, Thy wondrous mercy, full and free. 4. O guard me well as one doth guard The apple of the eye; While deadly foes are pressing hard, To Thee, to Thee I cry. Do Thou my rest and refuge be, O let Thy wings o'er-shadow me. 5. My enemy, grown strong in pride, Would take my life away, A lion lurking by my side, Most greedy for his prey. Confront and cast him down, O Lord, From evil save me by Thy sword. 6. Defend me from the men of pride, Whose portion is below, Who, with life's treasures satisfied, No better portion know; They, with earth's joys and wealth content, Must leave them all when life is spent. 7. When I in righteousness at last Thy glorious face shall see, When all the weary night is past, And I awake with Thee To view the glories that abide, Then, then I shall be satisfied.
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Psalm 69 - Psalter 184 Suffering and Prayer
 
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May 6 performance by the Psalm Choir of Psalm 69, Psalter 184, titled "Suffering and Prayer." A CD of this performance will be made available late in 2012. This is a non-profit endeavor and all proceeds will be donated to a charitable organization of the choirs' choosing. If you would like to pre-order a CD please send an email to [email protected] Special thanks to Nick Kleyn for taking this video. Check out his channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/Nicholaskleyn?feature=g-all-u for other excellent choir videos. This tune is called 'Ella' and was composed by Isaac B. Woodbury. Woodbury studied music with Lowell Mason and continued studies internationally as well. (source http://www.hymntime.com) Most of the members of the choir are from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. For more info about this denomination check out http://www.prca.org The Psalter was first published in 1912 by the United Presbyterian Church. Lyrics: 1. Save me, O God, because the floods Come in upon my soul; I sink in depths where none can stand, Deep waters o'er me roll. 2. My constant calling wearies me, My throat is parched and dried; My eyes grow dim while for my God Still waiting I abide. 3. The foes who hate me unprovoked Are strong and still increase, Though to disarm their enmity My right I yield for peace. 4. O God, my folly and my sin Thy holy eye can see; Yet save from shame, Lord God of Hosts, Thy saints that wait on Thee. 5. Forbid, O God, our covenant God, That those who seek Thy face Should see Thy servant put to shame And share in my disgrace.
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The COMPLETE Psalter Psalms - Beautiful & Relaxing Choral , 11 Hours
 
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●The COMPLETE Psalter Psalms - Beautiful & Relaxing Choral
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THE BOOK OF PSALMS SLEEP WITH THIS ON!! TRUTHLIVES
 
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Greatest & Timeless Hymns of all Time - 3 Hour Piano Music | Peaceful & Relaxing | Meditation Music
 
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Peaceful & Relaxing Piano Instrumental of old and timeless Gospel Hymns and Psalms for Prayer, Meditation, Healing, Worship, Study, Rest, Background Music, Reflection & Relaxation. May the peace of God which surpasses all understanding guard your heart and mind as you listen. Tracks in this video can be downloaded from the links below; https://dappytkeys.bandcamp.com/track/hymns-part-1 https://dappytkeys.bandcamp.com/track/hymns-part-2 https://dappytkeys.bandcamp.com/track/relaxing-hymns https://dappytkeys.bandcamp.com/track/hymns-psalms Watch other Piano Instrumental Soaking Music here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZBH6vgirxw7U4FHh1D9dZhYzLPIrou0q ***SUBSCRIBE - LIKE - COMMENT - SHARE*** More Piano Worship Music Coming Soon!!! Visit my website & subscribe to my mailing list: https://www.timoladeru.com/ Please like my Facebook Page here: https://www.facebook.com/DappyTKeysPianoWorship/ Ephesians 5:19 "Speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord" DappyTKeys Piano Worship is founded on the scripture from the book of 1 Samuel 16:23 ("...David would take a harp and play it with his hand. Then Saul would become refreshed and well, and the distressing spirit would depart from him"). My music is Anointed, Inspirational and God inspired; it's an overflow of time spent in God's presence and fellowship with the Holy Spirit. I pray you will be drawn to the love of God in Christ Jesus, you will experience a peace that pass all understanding, you will experience healing from your sickness, and May the peace of God which surpasses all understanding guard your heart and mind as you listen. Amen! ............................................................................................................................................................ Piano Worship Music DappyTKeys Piano Music Soaking Music Worship Music Prayer Music Prophetic Music Meditation Relaxation Piano Worship PianoCovers Soaking Worship Music Christian Piano Music Christian Piano Instrumental Piano Hymns QuietTime Christian Karaoke My Worship The More I Seek You Amazing Love Thankful Instrumental Prayer Worship Music Instrumental Prayer Music, Instrumental Worship Music, Prayer Music, Worship Music, Soaking Music, Prayer and Soaking Music, Instrumental Soaking Music, Prayer Time, Quiet Time, Christian Karaoke Tim Oladeru Holy Spirit musica para dios musica para orar piano de culto instrumentales psalms hymns spiritual songs worship instrumental music Trust Him on my knees timeless hymns favorite hymns #hymns #piano #instrumental #prayermusic #worshipmusic #meditation #relaxation #sleepmusic #worshipmusic ............................................................................................................................................................ You can support this ministry by donating here: https://www.paypal.me/DappyTKeysUK #dappytkeys #dappytkeyspianoworship
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A Book of Common Prayer and  Psalter of Psalms of David by John Field
 
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Lot 597 - A Book of Common Prayer and Psalter of Psalms of David by John Field printer of University of Cambridge 1666 and rebound in 19th Century The New Years Day Auction at Unique Auctions Jan 1st 2013 9am GMT http://www.thenewyearsdaysale.co.uk
Psalm 7 - A Spiritual Psalter - St. Ephraim the Syrian
 
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Psalm 7 of A Spiritual Psalter by St. Ephraim the Syrian. Orthodox Christian prayers from the 4th century. Published by The St. John of Kronstadt Press. Available for purchase at: https://sjkp.org
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Holy Transfiguration Prayer Book Review
 
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I should have done this a long time ago. Eep! Please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE and SHARE! Thank you!
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Prayers of the Orthodox Church: The Psalter, The Third Kathisma
 
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The Psalter also known as the Psalms, or Psalms of David is the Old Testament book that contains hymns and poems traditionally ascribed to the Holy Prophet and King David, ancestor of our Lord Jesus Christ. Virtually every aspect of worship—praise, thanksgiving, penitence, intercession—is covered in the Psalter.
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ASMR Psalter Spanish Rosary
 
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First upload. It is far from perfect but it is a work in progress. I'm still figuring out what I'm doing! Video was originally 25 minutes long but YouTube made me condense it. There was some rather loud vehicles outside while I was filming at the beginning, so I sacrificed my intro. I did film one, though! Thank you for the likes and I would appreciate it if you'd subscribe. Thank you!
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Hymns & Psalms - Piano Music | Prayer Music | Meditation Music | Healing Music | Worship Music
 
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Peaceful Hymns & Psalms Piano Instrumental Music for Meditation, Stress Relief, Prayer, Worship, Deep Healing, Study, Rest, Reflection, Background music & Relaxation. This is collection of favorite and classic hymns and contemporary christian songs. May the peace of God which surpasses all understanding guard your heart and mind as you listen. This was played in the key of C#. Download "Hymns & Psalms" here: https://dappytkeys.bandcamp.com/track/hymns-psalms Download "Piano Instrumental Soaking Music" Album here: https://dappytkeys.bandcamp.com/album/simply-worship-vol-2 ***SUBSCRIBE - LIKE - COMMENT - SHARE*** More Piano Worship Music Coming Soon!!! Like my Facebook Page here: https://www.facebook.com/DappyTKeysPianoWorship/ Ephesians 5:19 "Speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord". In everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you (1 Thessalonians 5:18). DappyTKeys Piano Worship is founded on the scripture from the book of 1 Samuel 16:23 ("...David would take a harp and play it with his hand. Then Saul would become refreshed and well, and the distressing spirit would depart from him"). My music is Anointed, Inspirational and God inspired; it's an overflow of time spent in God's presence and fellowship with the Holy Spirit. I pray you will be drawn to the love of God in Christ Jesus, you will experience a peace that pass all understanding, you will experience healing from your sickness, and May the peace of God which surpasses all understanding guard your heart and mind as you listen. Amen! PianoWorshipMusic DappyTKeysPianoMusic Soaking Music Worship Music Prayer Music PropheticMusic Meditation Relaxation PianoWorship PianoCovers SoakingWorshipMusic ChristianPianoMusic ChristianPianoInstrumental PianoHymns QuietTime ChristianKaraoke classic hymns Instrumental Prayer Worship Music Instrumental Prayer Music, Instrumental Worship Music, Prayer Music, Worship Music, Soaking Music, Prayer and Soaking Music, Instrumental Soaking Music, Prayer Time, Quiet Time, Christian Karaoke Tim Oladeru Holy Spirit musica para dios musica para orar piano de culto instrumentales psalms hymns spiritual songs worship instrumental music. #piano #instrumental #prayermusic #worshipmusic #meditation #relaxation #sleepmusic ............................................................................................................................................................ You can support this ministry by donating here: https://www.paypal.me/DappyTKeysUK #dappytkeys #dappytkeyspianoworship
Views: 117537 DappyTKeys Piano Worship
Psalm 22 My God, my God look upon me from the Parish Psalter
 
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Day 4 Evening Prayer Psalm in the 1559 book of Common Prayer
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The Psalter - Psalm 8 - Psalm 150 Sung at Westminster Abbey
 
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Thanks, De Profundis For providing this. Almost the whole Psalter, sung by the choir of Westminster Abbey Starting with Psalm 8, and ending with Psalm 150. Psalm 91 King James Version (KJV) 91 He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. 2 I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust. 3 Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, and from the noisome pestilence. 4 He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy shield and buckler. 5 Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by day; 6 Nor for the pestilence that walketh in darkness; nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday. 7 A thousand shall fall at thy side, and ten thousand at thy right hand; but it shall not come nigh thee. 8 Only with thine eyes shalt thou behold and see the reward of the wicked. 9 Because thou hast made the Lord, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation; 10 There shall no evil befall thee, neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling. 11 For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. 12 They shall bear thee up in their hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone. 13 Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder: the young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample under feet. 14 Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him: I will set him on high, because he hath known my name. 15 He shall call upon me, and I will answer him: I will be with him in trouble; I will deliver him, and honour him. 16 With long life will I satisfy him, and shew him my salvation. King James Version (KJV) Public Domain And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent. John 17:3
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Psalm 30 - A Spiritual Psalter - St. Ephraim the Syrian
 
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Psalm 30 of A Spiritual Psalter by St. Ephraim the Syrian. Orthodox Christian prayers from the 4th century. Published by The St. John of Kronstadt Press. Available for purchase at: https://sjkp.org
Views: 33 Orthodox Wisdom
Psalm 1 - A Spiritual Psalter - St. Ephraim the Syrian
 
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Psalm 1 of A Spiritual Psalter by St. Ephraim the Syrian. Orthodox Christian prayers from the 4th century. Published by The St. John of Kronstadt Press. Available for purchase at: https://sjkp.org
Views: 135 Orthodox Wisdom
Psalm 90 - Psalter 246 A Pilgrim's Prayers
 
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May 6 performance by the Psalm Choir of Psalm 90, Psalter 246, titled "A Pilgrim's Prayers." Arranged by K. Devries. A CD of this performance will be made available late in 2012. This is a non-profit endeavor and all proceeds will be donated to a charitable organization of the choirs' choosing. If you would like to pre-order a CD please send an email to [email protected] Special thanks to Nick Kleyn for taking this video. Check out his channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/Nicholaskleyn?feature=g-all-u for other excellent choir videos. The tune is named 'Sands' and was composed by William J. Kirkpatrick. William lived in Pennsylvania and published about 50 hymn collections. This tune appears to be used only with the lyrics found in the Psalter. (source http://www.hymntime.com) Most of the members of the choir are from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. For more info about this denomination check out http://www.prca.org The Psalter was first published in 1912 by the United Presbyterian Church. Lyrics: 1. O teach Thou us to count our days And set our hearts on wisdom's ways; Turn, Lord, to us in our distress, In pity now Thy servants bless; Let mercy's dawn dispel our night, And all our day with joy be bright. 2. O send the day of joy and light, For long has been our sorrow's night; Afflicted through the weary years, We wait until Thy help appears; With us and with our sons abide, In us let God be glorified. 3. So let there be on us bestowed The beauty of the Lord our God; The work accomplished by our hand Establish Thou and make it stand; Yea, let our hopeful labor be Established evermore by Thee.
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Psalter 392 - Psalm 144 - Trustful Praise and Prayer - tune of dawn
 
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1 Blessed be the LORD my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight: 2 My goodness, and my fortress; my high tower, and my deliverer; my shield, and he in whom I trust; who subdueth my people under me. 3 LORD, what is man, that thou takest knowledge of him! or the son of man, that thou makest account of him! 4 Man is like to vanity: his days are as a shadow that passeth away. 5 Bow thy heavens, O LORD, and come down: touch the mountains, and they shall smoke. 6 Cast forth lightning, and scatter them: shoot out thine arrows, and destroy them. 7 Send thine hand from above; rid me, and deliver me out of great waters, from the hand of strange children; 8 Whose mouth speaketh vanity, and their right hand is a right hand of falsehood. 9 I will sing a new song unto thee, O God: upon a psaltery and an instrument of ten strings will I sing praises unto thee. 10 It is he that giveth salvation unto kings: who delivereth David his servant from the hurtful sword. 11 Rid me, and deliver me from the hand of strange children, whose mouth speaketh vanity, and their right hand is a right hand of falsehood: 12 That our sons may be as plants grown up in their youth; that our daughters may be as corner stones, polished after the similitude of a palace: 13 That our garners may be full, affording all manner of store: that our sheep may bring forth thousands and ten thousands in our streets: 14 That our oxen may be strong to labour; that there be no breaking in, nor going out; that there be no complaining in our streets. 15 Happy is that people, that is in such a case: yea, happy is that people, whose God is the LORD.
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Psalm 88 Psalter 240 An Outpouring of Sorrow
 
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Performance by the Psalm Choir of Psalm 88, Psalter 240 titled "An Outpouring of Sorrow" from their CD "Fitting Praises Volume 6" The tune is named "Irving" and was composed by W. Irving Hartshorn. The Hymnary and Hymntime websites have no biographical information about the composer and no information about the history of this tune. It appears that the tune was only used for the Psalter. Most of the members of the choir are from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. For more info about this denomination check out http://www.prca.org The Psalter was first published in 1912 by the United Presbyterian Church. Lyrics Verse 1 Lord, the God of my salvation, day and night I cry to Thee; let my prayer now find acceptance, in Thy mercy answer me. Full of troubles and affliction, nigh to death my soul is brought helpless, like one cast forever from Thy care and from Thy thought. Verse 2 Thou hast brought me down to darkness, 'neath Thy wrath I am oppressed; all the billows of affliction overwhelm my soul distressed. Thou hast made my friends despise me, and companionless I go, bound, and helpless in my bondage, pining in my bitter woe. Verse 3 Unto Thee with hands uplifted daily I direct my cry; hear, O Lord, my supplication, hear and save me ere I die. Wilt Thou wait to show Thy wonders and Thy mercy to the dead? Let me live to tell Thy praises, by Thy lovingkindness led. Verse 4 Still, O Lord, renewed each morning unto Thee my prayer shall be; cast me not away forever, let me now Thy favor see. All my life is spent in sorrow, grief and terror always nigh, waves of wrath have surged about me; show Thy mercy ere I die. Verse 5 Friend and lover are departed, dark and lonely is my way; Lord, be Thou my friend and helper, still to Thee, O Lord, I pray. Lord, the God of my salvation, day and night I cry to Thee; let my prayer now find acceptance, in Thy mercy answer me. Picture credits: Picture 1: http://www.flickr.com/photos/garry61/3537459935/ Picture 2: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dreamers_lair/3133955947/ Picture 3: http://www.flickr.com/photos/h-k-d/6068181763/ Picture 4: http://www.flickr.com/photos/paco_calvino/1590544615/ Picture 5: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/2861613912/ Picture 6: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/4302291893/ Picture 7: http://www.flickr.com/photos/eddus/102239677/ Picture 8: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vinothchandar/4469243936/ Picture 9: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kwerfeldein/2652940184/ Picture 10: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/2488121616/ Picture 11: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/5192063662/ Picture 12: http://www.flickr.com/photos/luchilu/677786684/ Picture 13: http://www.flickr.com/photos/27147/4006090757/ Picture 14: http://www.flickr.com/photos/khalid-almasoud/2258984128/ Picture 15: http://www.flickr.com/photos/marcelgermain/2778378359/ Picture 16: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bodgerbrooks/1044862244/ Picture 17: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jamesjordan/1531979022/ Picture 18: http://www.flickr.com/photos/deia/9725014/ Picture 19: http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/4042466510/ Picture 20: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/4038942826/ Picture 21: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aftab/4224575176/ Picture 22: mine Picture 23: mine Picture 24: mine Interlude picture: mine Picture 25: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dexxus/4714207610/ Picture 26: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jjjohn/3022429405/ Picture 27: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hamed/524551091/ Picture 28: mine Picture 29: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bogdansuditu/696690959/ Picture 30: mine Picture 31: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sniecikowski/3596725855/ Picture 32: http://www.flickr.com/photos/hdr4real/6916936647/ Interlude picture: mine Picture 33: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mallix/6417659037/ Picture 34: http://www.flickr.com/photos/brenda-starr/5809825467/ Picture 35: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mladjenovic_n/3786416342/ Picture 36: http://www.flickr.com/photos/justinwkern/6140774869/ Picture 37: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sathishcj/3530436352/ Picture 38: http://www.flickr.com/photos/myri_bonnie/6719022487/ Picture 39: http://www.flickr.com/photos/iyadtb/2974688111/ Picture 40: mine Postlude picture: http://www.flickr.com/photos/flatworldsedge/5092591483/
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Liturgy of the Hours | Easter Sunday Lauds
 
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“The Mundelein Psalter is perfect for the parish setting. The tones are beautifully presented, as well as very accessible,which makes it ideal for use in a parish community. I had the privilege of praying the Psalter while studying liturgyand found that it brought me to a much deeper place in my prayer life. I would strongly recommend the MundeleinPsalter to any parish community, as it embraces the rich tradition of chant in the Catholic Church.” +Bishop James Wall | Diocese of Gallup, NM To Purchase the Mundelein Psalter, go to http://www.ltp.org/p-1536-the-mundelein-psalter.aspx
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Theotokos psalter 17/22
 
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Psalter to the Theotokos (in Slavonic) Kathisma.16 (chanted with troparia sung at the end) This work has been attributed to St. Dimitry of Rostov Psalms to the Mother of God
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Hymns from the Psalter, Monks of Simonopetra Monastery, Mount Athos
 
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Hymns From The Psalter Artist: Monks of Simonopetra Monastery Item number: AB011 Category: Byzantine Chant Type: Byzantine Language: Greek Label: IMSP Period: Contemporary Length: 69'46 Release date: 1990 01. Come Let Us Rejoice (Psalm 94 - Mode III) [05.00] 02. O Lord, Our Lord (Psalm 8, Mode IV plagal) [06.35] 03. The Lord Is My Shepherd (Psalm 22, Mode I plagal) [05.45] 04. O Sing To The Lord A New Song (Psalm 97, Mode I plagal enharmonic) [05.45] 05. Shout With Jubilation To The Lord (Psalm 65, Mode II plagal) [05.00] 06. The Lord Has Made Known (Psalm 97, Mode IV plagal) [03.45] 07. Terirem (Mode IV plagal) [03.15] 08. Their Sound Hath Gone Forth Into All The Earth (Psalm 18, Mode I) [06.00] 09. I Will Confess Thee, O Lord (Psalm 137, Mode IV plagal) [04.30] 10. Blessed Is The Man (Psalm 1, Mode I plagal) [05.45] 11. How Beloved Are Thy Dwellings (Psalm 148, Mode varis enharmonic [Zo]) [09.13] 12. Praise The Lord From The Heavens (Psalm 148, Modes I,IV,III,II,I plagal) [05.13] 13. Terirem (Mode I plagal) [04.00] Tracks in Greek: 01. - ΔΕΥΤΕ ΑΓΑΛΛΙΑΣΩΜΕΘΑ (Ψ.94) [05:00] 02. - ΚΥΡΙΕ, Ο ΚΥΡΙΟΣ ΗΜΩΝ (Ψ.8) [06:35] 03. - ΚΥΡΙΟΣ ΠΟΙΜΑΙΝΕΙ ΜΟΙ (Ψ.22) [05:45] 04. - ΑΣΑΤΕ ΤΩ ΚΥΡΙΩ ΑΣΜΑ ΚΑΙΝΟΝ (Ψ.97) [05:45] 05. - ΑΛΛΑΛΑΞΑΤΕ ΤΩ ΚΥΡΙΩ ΠΑΣΑ Η ΓΗ (Ψ.65) [05:00] 06. - ΕΓΝΩΡΙΣΕ ΚΥΡΙΟΣ (Ψ.97) [03:45] 07. - ΤΕΡΙΡΕΜ (πλ.δ΄) [03:15] 08. - ΕΙΣ ΠΑΣΑΝ ΤΗΝ ΓΗΝ (Ψ.18) [06:00] 09. - ΕΞΟΜΟΛΟΓΗΣΟΜΑΙ ΣΟΙ, ΚΥΡΙΕ [04:30] 10. - ΜΑΚΑΡΙΟΣ ΑΝΗΡ (Ψ.1) [05:45] 11. - ΩΣ ΑΓΑΠΗΤΑ ΤΑ ΣΚΗΝΩΜΑΤΑ ΣΟΥ (Ψ.83) [09:13] 12. - ΑΙΝΕΙΤΕ ΤΟΝ ΚΥΡΙΟΝ (Ψ.148) [05:13] 13. - ΤΕΡΙΡΕΜ (πλ.Α΄) [04:00] The Monks of Simonopetra Monastery in Mount Athos chanting 13 psalms from the Psalms of David in the Holy Bible. “The Psalter has very early been considered by the Orthodox Church as the beginning, middle and end of all worship. The frequent use of the Psalms, by both monastics - who have consecrated their lives to the praise of God - and devout lay-people, transports humanity from this world into an anticipation of eternal life, in communion with all the saints who before it have prayed in this manner. It is with this aim of giving back to the psalms of David the place that the Church always reserved for them, that the monks of Simonopetra, through the initiative of their Abbot, Archimandrite Aimillanos, set out to put the Psalter to music, according to the traditional rules of Byzantine chant.” It was with the aim of giving back to the Psalms of David the place that the Church always reserved for them, that the monks of Simonopetra, through the initiative of their Abbot, Archmandrite Aimilianos, set out to put the Psalter to music, according to the traditional rules of Byzantine chant. This enterprise has led to the publishing of a book numbering over of 600 pages of music manuscript, the "Psalterion Terpnon", of which the present recordings, performed by the Monastery's choir, are an illustration.
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Idahoan Psalter: Psalm 17
 
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The Idahoan shares his paraphrase of the 17th Psalm. Lyrics: Oh, Lord attend unto my cry, Give ear unto my prayer, Hear me when I speak a right, For my words Thou knowest are sincere. Be Thou the Judge of this my cause, And rule with equity, For Thou hast cleansed my heart of flaws 'Til Thou wilt find no fault in me, And I shall not speak a word in error, That I may not fall into the snare Of devious worldly ways. Uphold me, Lord, as I tread Thy path, That my footsteps may not falter. Oh Thou that deliveredst them from the world's wrath Who kneel before Thine alter, Unto Thee I cry, For Thou wilt hear my prayer, Guard me as the apple of thine eye, Beneath Thy wings let me repair, For I am surrounded by my foes, Whose boasting tempts me to despair, While they with luxury enclose, On every side their shameless lair. They lurk like hungry predators, Greedy of their prey. Oh Lord, my Great Deliverer, Let them fall upon dismay. Yet even they are in Thy hand A sword of retribution, With which to chastise all the land, And discipline Thy children. Unwittingly they work Thy will, And in this life their cup You fill, With treasure in abundance, 'Til death over them doth prevail, And they leave to heirs their substance. But as for me, I shall behold Thy face in righteousness, Satisfied with joy untold, Hereafter in Thy likeness!
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Psalm 10 - A Spiritual Psalter - St. Ephraim the Syrian
 
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Psalm 10 of A Spiritual Psalter by St. Ephraim the Syrian. Orthodox Christian prayers from the 4th century. Published by The St. John of Kronstadt Press. Available for purchase at: https://sjkp.org
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Morning Prayer for Wednesday 20th March 2019 (see description for Christian Prayer page numbers)
 
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Morning Prayer. O Lord, Open my Lips; and my mouth shall declare your praise. Invitatory Antiphon: 687 Invitatory Psalm: 688 Hymn: #94 Psalm Antiphons: 812 - 816 Psalms: 812 - 816 Reading and Responsory: 302 - 303 Benedictus Antiphon: 303 Benedictus: 691 Intercessions: 303 Concluding Prayer: 304 The Divine Office is a Public Act of Liturgical Worship which has a very long tradition in the Catholic Church going all the way back to Judaism. As a “Public Act of Worship” please consider joining me for the following sung Offices each day: Morning Prayer (Lauds) Evening Prayer (Vespers) Night Prayer (Compline) (Sung) Night Office (Combination of the Cistercian Psalter, Office of Readings and Compline) Please feel free to add prayer requests in the comments. The links below will help you get acquainted with this Liturgy, you can also purchase the Mundelein Psalter from the Liturgical Institute at the link below or Christian Prayer (which I will be mostly using in these youtube presentations) from Amazon also found at the links below. Unlike the full four-volume Divine Office, these are single volume books that are fully approved for use in all Catholic Dioceses of the United States by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Vigils in not included in this volume but morning, evening, and night prayer (last part of Vigils) is included. Night Office is a combination of the Cistercian Psalter, Office of Readings and the Office of Compline. Thank you for praying the Divine Office, the Official Prayer of the Catholic Church and please subscribe, like, and share this channel so that others may be afforded the benefit of its continually growing contents. Let us share the beauty of this Sacred Liturgy with all who may profit from it. https://divineoffice.org/liturgy-of-the-hours/how-to-pray-the-liturgy-of-the-hours/ https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0899424066?ie=UTF8&tag=divine-office-20&creativeASIN=0899424066 https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/c6b83e_915ea4560810463ba8f71ef35ca0f087.pdf https://www.liturgicalinstitute.org/psalm-tones https://www.liturgicalinstitute.org/mundelein-psalter
Psalm 9 - A Spiritual Psalter - St. Ephraim the Syrian
 
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Psalm 9 of A Spiritual Psalter by St. Ephraim the Syrian. Orthodox Christian prayers from the 4th century. Published by The St. John of Kronstadt Press. Available for purchase at: https://sjkp.org
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Psalter #240 - Psalm 88 "An Outpouring of Sorrow"
 
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An Outpouring of Sorrow - Psalm 88 1 - Lord, the God of my salvation, Day and night I cry to Thee; Let my prayer now find acceptance, In Thy mercy answer me. Full of troubles and affliction, Nigh to death my soul is brought Helpless, like one cast forever From Thy care and from Thy thought. 2 - Thou hast brought me down to darkness, 'Neath Thy wrath I am oppressed; All the billows of affliction Overwhelm my soul distressed. Thou hast made my friends despise me, And companionless I go, Bound, and helpless in my bondage, Pining in my bitter woe. 3 - Unto Thee with hands uplifted Daily I direct my cry; Hear, O Lord, my supplication, Hear and save me ere I die. Wilt Thou wait to show Thy wonders And Thy mercy to the dead? Let me live to tell Thy praises, By Thy lovingkindness led. 4 - Still, O Lord, renewed each morning Unto Thee my prayer shall be; Cast me not away forever, Let me now Thy favor see. All my life is spent in sorrow, Grief and terror always nigh, Waves of wrath have surged about me; Show Thy mercy ere I die. 5 - Friend and lover are departed, Dark and lonely is my way; Lord, be Thou my friend and helper, Still to Thee, O Lord, I pray. Lord, the God of my salvation, Day and night I cry to Thee; Let my prayer now find acceptance, In Thy mercy answer me.
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