The Book of Hymns for Every Day (Liber Cathemerinon) is a collection of hymns for use at times of prayer that were once customary in the early Church: at cock-crow, morning hymn, hymns before and after repast, hymn at time of lamp lighting, hymn before sleep. Hymns to be used for special feasts and occasions conclude the work.
This Psalm shews to have been made by David when he was sett upon, by the wicked. He begs of God to hear his prayers; he imprecates the Impious, wishing them deserved punishments, and conforts the pious and the just with the hope of reward. 2b1af7f3a8