It’s Here! Your Complimentary 2022 Israel Calendar

1 Kings 1; 1 Kings 2; Psalm 37; Psalm 71; Psalm 94

1 Now king David was old, and advanced in years: and when he was covered with clothes he was not warm. 2 His servants therefore, said to him: Let us seek for our Lord the king, a young virgin, and let her stand before the king, and cherish him, and sleep in his bosom and warm our lord the king. 3 So they sought a beautiful young woman, in all the coasts of Israel and they found Abisag, a Sunamitess, and brought her to the king. 4 And the damsel was exceedingly beautiful, and she slept with the king, and served him, but the king did not know her. 5 And Adonias, the son of Haggith, exalted himself, saying: I will be king. And he made himself chariots and horsemen, and fifty men to run before him. 6 Neither did his father rebuke him at any time, saying: Why hast thou done this? And he also was very beautiful, the next in birth after Absalom. 7 And he conferred with Joab, the son of Sarvia, and with Abiathar, the priest, who furthered Adonias’s side. 8 But Sadoc, the priest, and Banaias, the son of Joiada, and Nathan, the prophet, and Semei, and Rei, and the strength of David’s army, was not with Adonias. 9 And Adonias having slain rams and calves, and all fat cattle, by the stone of Zoheleth, which was near the fountain Rogel, invited all his brethren, the king’s sons, and all the men of Juda, the king’s servants: 10 But Nathan, the prophet, and Banaias, and all the valiant men, and Solomon, his brother, he invited not. 11 And Nathan said to Bethsabee, the mother of Solomon: Hast thou not heard that Adonias, the son of Haggith, reigneth, and our lord David knoweth it not? 12 Now then, come, take my counsel, and save thy life, and the life of thy son Solomon. 13 Go, and get thee in to king David, and say to him: Didst not thou, my lord, O king, swear to me, thy handmaid, saying: Solomon, thy son, shall reign after me, and he shall sit on my throne? why then doth Adonias reign? 14 And while thou art yet speaking there with the king, I will come in after thee, and will fill up thy words. 15 So Bethsabee went in to the king into the chamber. Now the king was very old, and Abisag, the Sunamitess, ministered to him. 16 Bethsabee bowed herself, and worshipped the king. And the king said to her: What is thy will? 17 She answered, and said: My lord, thou didst swear to thy handmaid, by the Lord thy God, saying: Solomon, thy son, shall reign after me, and he shall sit on my throne. 18 And behold, now Adonias reigneth, and thou, my lord the king, knowest nothing of it. 19 He hath killed oxen, and all fat cattle, and many rams, and invited all the king’s sons, and Abiathar, the priest, and Joab, the general of the army: but Solomon, thy servant, he invited not. 20 And now, my lord, O king, the eyes of all Israel are upon thee, that thou shouldst tell them, who shall sit on thy throne, my lord the king, after thee. 21 Otherwise it shall come to pass, when my lord the king sleepeth with his fathers, that I, and my son, Solomon, shall be accounted offenders. 22 As she was yet speaking with the king, Nathan, the prophet, came. 23 And they told the king, saying: Nathan, the prophet, is here. And when he was come in before the king, and had worshipped, bowing down to the ground, 24 Nathan said: My lord, O king, hast thou said: Let Adonias reign after me, and let him sit upon my throne? 25 Because he is gone down to day, and hath killed oxen, and fatlings, and many rams, and invited all the king’s sons, and the captains of the army, and Abiathar the priest: and they are eating and drinking before him, and saying: God save king Adonias: 26 But me, thy servant, and Sadoc, the priest, and Banaias, the son of Joiada, and Solomon, thy servant, he hath not invited. 27 Is this word come out from my lord the king, and hast thou not told me, thy servant, who should sit on the throne of my lord the king after him? 28 And king David answered, and said: Call to me Bethsabee. And when she was come in to the king, and stood before him, 29 The king swore, and said: As the Lord liveth, who hath delivered my soul out of all distress, 30 Even as I swore to thee, by the Lord, the God of Israel, saying: Solomon thy son, shall reign after me, and he shall sit upon my throne in my stead, so will I do this day. 31 And Bethsabee, bowing with her face to the earth, worshipped the king, saying: May my lord David live for ever. 32 King David also said: Call me Sadoc, the priest, and Nathan, the prophet, and Banaias, the son of Joiada. And when they were come in before the king, 33 He said to them: Take with you the servants of your lord, and set my son Solomon upon my mule: and bring him to Gihon: 34 And let Sadoc, the priest, and Nathan, the prophet, anoint him there king over Israel: and you shall sound the trumpet, and shall say: God save king Solomon. 35 And you shall come up after him, and he shall come, and shall sit upon my throne, and he shall reign in my stead: and I will appoint him to be ruler over Israel, and over Juda. 36 And Banaias, the son of Joiada, answered the king, saying: Amen: so say the Lord, the God of my lord the king. 37 As the Lord hath been with my lord the king, so be he with Solomon, and make his throne higher than the throne of my lord king David. 38 So Sadoc, the priest, and Nathan, the prophet, went down, and Banaias, the son of Joiada, and the Cerethi, and Phelethi: and they set Solomon upon the mule of king David, and brought him to Gihon. 39 And Sadoc, the priest, took a horn of oil out of the tabernacle, and anointed Solomon: and they sounded the trumpet, and all the people said: God save king Solomon. 40 And all the multitude went up after him, and the people played with pipes, and rejoiced with a great joy, and the earth rang with the noise of their cry. 41 And Adonias, and all that were invited by him, heard it, and now the feast was at an end. Joab also, hearing the sound of the trumpet, said: What meaneth this noise of the city in an uproar? 42 While he yet spoke, Jonathan, the son of Abiathar, the priest, came: and Adonias said to him: Come in, because thou art a valiant man, and bringest good news. 43 And Jonathan answered Adonias: Not so: for our lord, king David, hath appointed Solomon king; 44 And hath sent with him Sadoc, the priest, and Nathan, the prophet, and Banaias, the son of Joiada, and the Cerethi, and the Phelethi, and they have set him upon the king’s mule: 45 And Sadoc, the priest, and Nathan, the prophet, have anointed him king, in Gihon: and they are gone up from thence rejoicing, so that the city rang again: this is the noise that you have heard. 46 Moreover, Solomon sitteth upon the throne of the kingdom. 47 And the king’s servants going in, have blessed our lord king David, saying: May God make the name of Solomon greater than thy name, and make his throne greater than thy throne. And the king adored in his bed: 48 And he said: Blessed be the Lord, the God of Israel, who hath given this day one to sit on my throne, my eyes seeing it. 49 Then all the guests of Adonias were afraid, and they all arose, and every man went his way. 50 And Adonias fearing Solomon, arose and went, and took hold of the horn of the altar. 51 And they told Solomon, saying: Behold Adonias fearing king Solomon, hath taken hold of the horn of the altar, saying: Let king Solomon swear to me this day, that he will not kill his servant with the sword. 52 And Solomon said: If he be a good man, there shall not so much as one hair of his head fall to the ground: but if evil be found in him, he shall die. 53 Then king Solomon sent, and brought him out from the altar: and going in, he worshipped king Solomon: and Solomon said to him: Go to thy house.
1 And the days of David drew nigh that he should die, and he charged his son Solomon, saying: 2 I am going the way of all flesh: take thou courage and shew thyself a man. 3 And keep the charge of the Lord thy God, to walk in his ways, and observe his ceremonies, and his precepts, and judgments, and testimonies, as it is written in the law of Moses: that thou mayst understand all thou dost, and whithersoever thou shalt turn thyself: 4 That the Lord may confirm his words, which he hath spoken of me, saying: If thy children shall take heed to their ways, and shall walk before me in truth, with all their heart, and with all their soul, there shall not be taken away from thee a man on the throne of Israel. 5 Thou knowest also what Joab, the son of Sarvia, hath done to me, what he did to the two captains of the army of Israel, to Abner, the son of Ner, and to Amasa, the son of Jether: whom he slew, and shed the blood of war in peace, and put the blood of war on his girdle that was about his loins, and in his shoes that were on his feet. 6 Do, therefore, according to thy wisdom, and let not his hoary head go down to hell in peace. 7 But shew kindness to the sons of Berzellai, the Galaadite, and let them eat at thy table: for they met me when I fled from the face of Absalom, thy brother. 8 Thou hast also with thee Semei, the son of Gera, the son of Jemini, of Bahurim, who cursed me with a grievous curse, when I went to the camp: but because he came down to meet me when I passed over the Jordan, and I swore to him by the Lord, saying: I will not kill thee with the sword: 9 Do not thou hold him guiltless. But thou art a wise man, and knowest what to do with him, and thou shalt bring down his grey hairs with blood to the grave. 10 So David slept with his fathers, and was buried in the city of David. 11 And the days that David reigned in Israel, were forty years: in Hebron he reigned seven years, in Jerusalem thirty-three. 12 And Solomon sat upon the throne of his father David, and his kingdom was strengthened exceedingly. 13 And Adonias, the son of Haggith, came to Bethsabee the mother of Solomon. And she said to him: Is thy coming peaceable? He answered: It is peaceable. 14 And he added: I have a word to speak with thee. She said to him: Speak. And he said: 15 Thou knowest that the kingdom was mine, and all Israel had preferred me to be their king: but the kingdom is transferred, and is become my brother’s: for it was appointed him by the Lord. 16 Now therefore, I ask one petition of thee; turn not away my face. And she said to him: Say on. 17 And he said I pray thee speak to king Solomon (for he cannot deny thee any thing) to give me Abisag, the Sunamitess, to wife. 18 And Bethsabee said: Well, I will speak for thee to the king. 19 Then Bethsabee came to king Solomon, to speak to him for Adonias: and the king arose to meet her, and bowed to her, and sat down upon his throne: and a throne was set for the king’s mother, and she sat on his right hand. 20 And she said to him: I desire one small petition of thee; do not put me to confusion. And the king said to her: My mother ask, for I must not turn away thy face. 21 And she said: Let Abisag, the Sunamitess, be given to Adonias, thy brother, to wife. 22 And king Solomon answered, and said to his mother: Why dost thou ask Abisag, the Sunamitess, for Adonias? ask for him also the kingdom; for he is my elder brother, and hath Abiathar, the priest, and Joab, the son of Sarvia. 23 Then king Solomon swore by the Lord, saying: So and so may God do to me, and add more, if Adonias hath not spoken this word against his own life. 24 And now, as the Lord liveth, who hath established me, and placed me upon the throne of David, my father, and who hath made me a house, as he promised, Adonias shall be put to death this day. 25 And king Solomon sent by the hand of Banaias, the son of Joiada, who slew him, and he died. 26 And the king said also to Abiathar, the priest: Go to Anathoth, to thy lands, for indeed thou art worthy of death: but I will not at this time put thee to death, because thou didst carry the ark of the Lord God before David, my father, and hast endured trouble in all the troubles my father endured. 27 So Solomon cast out Abiathar from being the priest of the Lord, that the word of the Lord might be fulfilled, which he spoke concerning the house of Heli in Silo. 28 And the news came to Joab, because Joab had turned after Adonias, and had not turned after Solomon: and Joab fled into the tabernacle of the Lord, and took hold on the horn of the altar. 29 And it was told king Solomon, that Joab was fled into the tabernacle of the Lord, and was by the altar: and Solomon sent Banaias, the son of Joiada, saying. Go, kill him. 30 And Banaias came to the tabernacle of the Lord, and said to him: Thus saith the king: Come forth. And he said: I will not come forth, but here I will die. Banaias brought word back to the king, saying: Thus saith Joab, and thus he answered me. 31 And the king said to him: Do as he hath said; and kill him, and bury him, and thou shalt remove the innocent blood which hath been shed by Joab, from me, and from the house of my father: 32 And the Lord shall return his blood upon his own head; because he murdered two men, just and better than himself: and slew them with the sword, my father, David, not knowing it; Abner, the son of Ner, general of the army of Israel, and Amasa, the son of Jether general of the army of Juda; 33 And their blood shall return upon the head of Joab, and upon the head of his seed for ever. But to David and his seed, and his house, and to his throne, be peace for ever from the Lord. 34 So Banaias, the son of Joiada, went up, and setting upon him slew him, and he was buried in his house in the desert. 35 And the king appointed Banaias, the son of Joiada in his room over the army; and Sadoc, the priest, he put in the place of Abiathar. 36 The king also sent, and called for Semei, and said to him: Build thee a house in Jerusalem, and dwell there: and go not out from thence any where. 37 For on what day soever thou shalt go out, and shalt pass over the brook Cedron, know that thou shalt be put to death: thy blood shall be upon thy own head. 38 And Semei said to the king: The saying is good: as my lord the king hath said, so will thy servant do. And Semei dwelt in Jerusalem many days. 39 And it came to pass after three years, that the servants of Semei ran away to Achis, the son of Maacha, the king of Geth: and it was told Semei that his servants were gone to Geth. 40 And Semei arose, and saddled his ass, and went to Achis, to Geth, to seek his servants, and he brought them out of Geth. 41 And it was told Solomon, that Semei had gone from Jerusalem to Geth, and was come back. 42 And sending he called for him, and said to him: Did I not protest to thee by the Lord, and tell thee before: On what day soever thou shalt go out and walk abroad any where, know that thou shalt die? And thou answeredst me: The word that I have heard is good. 43 Why then hast thou not kept the oath of the Lord, and the commandment that I laid upon thee? 44 And the king said to Semei: Thou knowest all the evil, of which thy heart is conscious, which thou didst to David, my father: the Lord hath returned thy wickedness upon thy own head. 45 And king Solomon shall be blessed, and the throne of David shall be established before the Lord for ever. 46 So the king commanded Banaias, the son of Joiada: and he went out and struck him; and he died.
1 (36-1) Be not emulous of evildoers; nor envy them that work iniquity. 2 (36-2) For they shall shortly wither away as grass, and as the green herbs shall quickly fall. 3 (36-3) Trust in the Lord, and do good, and dwell in the land, and thou shalt be fed with its riches. 4 (36-4) Delight in the Lord, and he will give thee the requests of thy heart. 5 (36-5) Commit thy way to the Lord, and trust in him, and he will do it. 6 (36-6) And he will bring forth thy justice as the light, and thy judgment as the noonday. 7 (36-7) Be subject to the Lord and pray to him. Envy not the man who prospereth in his way; the man who doth unjust things. 8 (36-8) Cease from anger, and leave rage; have no emulation to do evil. 9 (36-9) For evildoers shall be cut off: but they that wait upon the Lord, they shall inherit the land. 10 (36-10) For yet a little while, and the wicked shall not be: and thou shalt seek his place, and shalt not find it. 11 (36-11) But the meek shall inherit the land, and shall delight in abundance of peace. 12 (36-12) The sinner shall watch the just man: and shall gnash upon him with his teeth. 13 (36-13) But the Lord shall laugh at him: for he foreseeth that his day shall come. 14 (36-14) The wicked have drawn out the sword: they have bent their bow. To cast down the poor and needy, to kill the upright of heart. 15 (36-15) Let their sword enter into their own hearts, and let their bow be broken. 16 (36-16) Better is a little to the just, than the great riches of the wicked. 17 (36-17) For the arms of the wicked shall be broken in pieces; but the Lord strengtheneth the just. 18 (36-18) The Lord knoweth the days of the undefiled; and their inheritance shall be for ever. 19 (36-19) They shall not be confounded in the evil time; and in the days of famine they shall be filled: 20 (36-20) Because the wicked shall perish. And the enemies of the Lord, presently after they shall be honoured and exalted, shall come to nothing and vanish like smoke. 21 (36-21) The sinner shall borrow, and not pay again; but the just sheweth mercy and shall give. 22 (36-22) For such as bless him shall inherit the land: but such as curse him shall perish. 23 (36-23) With the Lord shall the steps of a man be directed, and he shall like well his way. 24 (36-24) When he shall fall he shall not be bruised, for the Lord putteth his hand under him. 25 (36-25) I have been young and now am old; and I have not seen the just forsaken, nor his seed seeking bread. 26 (36-26) He sheweth mercy, and lendeth all the day long; and his seed shall be in blessing. 27 (36-27) Decline from evil and do good, and dwell for ever and ever. 28 (36-28) For the Lord loveth judgment, and will not forsake his saints: they shall be preserved for ever. The unjust shall be punished, and the seed of the wicked shall perish. 29 (36-29) But the just shall inherit the land, and shall dwell therein for evermore. 30 (36-30) The mouth of the just shall meditate wisdom: and his tongue shall speak judgment. 31 (36-31) The law of his God is in his heart, and his steps shall not be supplanted. 32 (36-32) The wicked watcheth the just man, and seeketh to put him to death, 33 (36-33) But the Lord will not leave him in his hands; nor condemn him when he shall be judged. 34 (36-34) Expect the Lord and keep his way: and he will exalt thee to inherit the land: when the sinners shall perish thou shalt see. 35 (36-35) I have seen the wicked highly exalted, and lifted up like the cedars of Libanus. 36 (36-36) And I passed by, and lo, he was not: and I sought him and his place was not found. 37 (36-37) Keep innocence, and behold justice: for there are remnants for the peaceable man. 38 (36-38) But the unjust shall be destroyed to gether: the remnants of the wicked shall perish. 39 (36-39) But the salvation of the just is from the Lord, and he is their protector in the time of trouble. 40 (36-40) And the Lord will help them and deliver them: and he will rescue them from the wicked, and save them because they have hoped in him.
1 (70-1) <A psalm for David. Of the sons of Jonadab, and the former captives.> In thee, O Lord, I have hoped, let me never be put to confusion: 2 (70-2) Deliver me in thy justice, and rescue me. Incline thy ear unto me, and save me. 3 (70-3) Be thou unto me a God, a protector, and a place of strength: that thou mayst make me safe. For thou art my firmament and my refuge. 4 (70-4) Deliver me, O my God, out of the hand of the sinner, and out of the hand of the transgressor of the law and of the unjust. 5 (70-5) For thou art my patience, O Lord: my hope, O Lord, from my youth. 6 (70-6) By thee have I been confirmed from the womb: from my mother’s womb thou art my protector. Of thee I shall continually sing: 7 (70-7) I am become unto many as a wonder, but thou art a strong helper. 8 (70-8) Let my mouth be filled with praise, that I may sing thy glory; thy greatness all the day long. 9 (70-9) Cast me not off in the time of old age: when my strength shall fail, do not thou forsake me. 10 (70-10) For my enemies have spoken against me; and they that watched my soul have consulted together, 11 (70-11) Saying: God hath forsaken him: pursue and take him, for there is none to deliver him. 12 (70-12) O God, be not thou far from me: O my God, make haste to my help. 13 (70-13) Let them be confounded and come to nothing that detract my soul; let them be covered with confusion and blame that seek my hurt. 14 (70-14) But I will always hope; and will add to all thy praise. 15 (70-15) My mouth shall shew forth thy justice; thy salvation all the day long. Because I have not known learning, 16 (70-16) I will enter into the powers of the Lord: O Lord, I will be mindful of thy justice alone. 17 (70-17) Thou hast taught me, O God, from my youth: and till now I will declare thy wonderful works. 18 (70-18) And unto old age and grey hairs: O God, forsake me not, Until I shew forth thy arm to all the generation that is to come: Thy power, 19 (70-19) And thy justice, O God, even to the highest great things thou hast done: O God, who is like to thee? 20 (70-20) How great troubles hast thou shewn me, many and grievous: and turning thou hast brought me to life, and hast brought me back again from the depths of the earth: 21 (70-21) Thou hast multiplied thy magnificence; and turning to me thou hast comforted me. 22 (70-22) For I will also confess to thee thy truth with the instruments of psaltery: O God, I will sing to thee with the harp, thou holy one of Israel. 23 (70-23) My lips shall greatly rejoice, when I shall sing to thee; and my soul which thou hast redeemed. 24 (70-24) Yea and my tongue shall meditate on thy justice all the day; when they shall be confounded and put to shame that seek evils to me.
1 (93-1) The Lord is the God to whom revenge belongeth: the God of revenge hath acted freely. 2 (93-2) Lift up thyself, thou that judgest the earth: render a reward to the proud. 3 (93-3) How long shall sinners, O Lord: how long shall sinners glory? 4 (93-4) Shall they utter, and speak iniquity: shall all speak who work injustice? 5 (93-5) Thy people, O Lord, they have brought low: and they have afflicted thy inheritance. 6 (93-6) They have slain the widow and the stranger: and they have murdered the fatherless. 7 (93-7) And they have said: The Lord shall not see: neither shall the God of Jacob understand. 8 (93-8) Understand, ye senseless among the people: and, you fools, be wise at last. 9 (93-9) He that planted the ear, shall he not hear? or he that formed the eye, doth he not consider? 10 (93-10) He that chastiseth nations, shall he not rebuke: he that teacheth man knowledge? 11 (93-11) The Lord knoweth the thoughts of men, that they are vain. 12 (93-12) Blessed is the man whom thou shalt instruct, O Lord: and shalt teach him out of thy law. 13 (93-13) That thou mayst give him rest from the evil days: till a pit be dug for the wicked. 14 (93-14) For the Lord will not cast off his people: neither will he forsake his own inheritance. 15 (93-15) Until justice be turned into judgment: and they that are near it are all the upright in heart. 16 (93-16) Who shall rise up for me against the evildoers? or who shall stand with me against the workers of iniquity? 17 (93-17) Unless the Lord had been my helper, my soul had almost dwelt in hell. 18 (93-18) If I said: My foot is moved: thy mercy, O Lord, assisted me. 19 (93-19) According to the multitude of my sorrows in my heart, thy comforts have given joy to my soul. 20 (93-20) Doth the seat of iniquity stick to thee, who framest labour in commandment? 21 (93-21) They will hunt after the soul of the just, and will condemn innocent blood. 22 (93-22) But the Lord is my refuge: and my God the help of my hope. 23 (93-23) And he will render them their iniquity:and in their malice he will destroy them: the Lord our God will destroy them.
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