R.) Happy the man who takes pity and lends.
Happy the man who fears the Lord, who takes delight in his commands. His sons will be powerful on earth; the children of the upright are blessed. (R.)
He is a light in the darkness for the upright: he is generous, merciful and just. The good man takes pity and lends, he conducts his affairs with honour. (R.)
Open-handed, he gives to the poor; his justice stands firm for ever. His head will be raised in glory. (R.)