The final antiphon for the Fourth Sunday is based on a verse from Chapter 18 of the Book of Wisdom
Omnipotens sermo tuus, Domine, a regalibus sedibus veniet, alleluia.
Thy almighty word, O Lord, shall come from thy royal throne, alleluia.
Omnipotens sermo tuus de caelo a regalibus sedibus durus debellator in mediam exterminii terram prosilivit
Thy almighty word leapt down from heaven from thy royal throne, as a fierce conqueror into the midst of the land of destruction.
The recording is a good one, our enunciation is clear.
Praise the Lord, ye children: praise ye the name of the Lord.
Blessed be the name of the Lord, from henceforth now and for ever.
From the rising of the sun unto the going down of the same, the name of the Lord is worthy of praise.
The Lord is high above all nations; and his glory above the heavens.
Who is as the Lord our God, who dwelleth on high:
And looketh down on the low things in heaven and in earth?
Raising up the needy from the earth, and lifting up the poor out of the dunghill:
That he may place him with princes, with the princes of his people.Who maketh a barren woman to dwell in a house, the joyful mother of children.
Then the Gloria Patri followed by a repeat of Omnipotens sermo tuus.