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Translation

us good things./ The light of your countenance is marked upon us/ Lord: you have given joy in my heart./ By the fruit of their corn. wine. and oil:/ they are multiplied./ In peace in the same: I will sleep and I will rest./ Since you lord have singularly settled me in hope.


Psalm 5
I will enter your house
[on book: I will enter in your house]

Gather in MY WORDS with your ears Lord: understand/ my cry. Attend to the voice/ of my prayer: / my king and my god./ Since to you/ I will pray lord in the morning you will hear my voice./ In the morning I will stand near you and will see: because you are not a god/ that wishes injustice./ Neither shall the wicked live close to you: nor:/ shall the unjust abide before your eyes./

Transcription

nobis bona. / Signatum est sup[er] nos lumen vultus tui / d[omi]ne: dedisti leticiam in corde meo. / A fructu frumenti. vini. et olei sui: / multiplicati sunt. / In pace in id ipsu[m]: dormiam et req[u]iescam. / Q[uonia]m tu d[omi]ne singularit[er] inspe constituisti me.
[on book: Introibo in domu[m]
VERBA MEA / aurib[us] p[er]cipe / d[omi]ne: intellige / clamore[m] meu[m]. Intende voci / orationis me[a]e: / rex m[eu]s et d[eu]s m[eu]s. / Q[uonia]m ad te / orabo d[omi]ne mane exaudies voce[m] mea[m]. / Mane astabo tibi et videbo: q[uonia]m n[on] d[eu]s / volens iniquitatem tu es. / Neq[ue] habitabit iuxta te malign[us]: neq[ue]: / p[er]manebunt iniusti ante oc[u]los tuos. /

Translation

us good things./ The light of your countenance is marked upon us/ Lord: you have given joy in my heart./ By the fruit of their corn. wine. and oil:/ they are multiplied./ In peace in the same: I will sleep and I will rest./ Since you lord have singularly settled me in hope.


Psalm 5
I will enter your house
[on book: I will enter in your house]

Gather in MY WORDS with your ears Lord: understand/ my cry. Attend to the voice/ of my prayer: / my king and my god./ Since to you/ I will pray lord in the morning you will hear my voice./ In the morning I will stand near you and will see: because you are not a god/ that wishes injustice./ Neither shall the wicked live close to you: nor:/ shall the unjust abide before your eyes./

 

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