For the conclusion. On the mysteries of the Son. A Psalm by David.
I will praise thee, O Lord, with my whole heart, I will relate all thy wondrous works.  Let me be gladdened and rejoice in thee; to thy name I will sing, O thou Most High.  When this enemy of mine is turned back, at thy presence they shall faint and perish;  because thou hast maintained my right and my cause. Thou the righteous judge hast sat on the throne;  thou hast rebuked nations, and the wicked one is destroyed. Thou hast blotted out their Name forever and ever.  The enemy's swords have utterly failed, and thou hast completely destroyed cities, the memorial of them with their din is gone.  But the Lord will endure forever: he hath prepared his throne for judgment;  he will judge the world with righteousness--with rectitude he will judge tribes. The Lord was a refuge for the distressed, a seasonable helper in adversity. Let them who know thy name confide in thee; For thou, O Lord, hast not forsaken them who seek thee.
 Sing to the Lord who dwelleth in Sion; among the nations proclaim his designs,  for in making inquisition for blood, he had them in remembrance--he forgot not the prayer of the distressed.
 Have mercy upon me, O Lord! Behold my affliction, because of mine enemies, O thou who raisest me up from the gates of death,  that I may proclaim all thy praises in the gates of the daughter of Sion. Let me exult with joy for thy salvation.
 The nations were completely entrapped by the destruction which they contrived; in the gin which they hid, their foot is caught.  The Lord is known by executing judgments; by the works of his own hands the sinner is taken.
A responsive Ode.
 Let the sinners be turned back to the mansion of the dead--all the nations who forget God.
 For the poor shall not be quite forgotten--the expectation of the needy shall never perish.
 Arise, O Lord, let not man prevail--let nations be judged in thy presence.
 Appoint, O Lord, a legislator over them--let nations know that they are men.