The Orthodox Church uses primarily translations from the Greek version of the Old Testament known as the Septuagint rather than translations from the Hebrew editions. The Septuagint (also known as the LXX) is the version of the Old Testament used in the many quotations of the Old Testament found in the New Testament. The numbering of the Psalms in the Septuagint differs from that found in Psalters and Bibles translated from the Hebrew. Here is a table of the differences.
This table is a summary. View the same information listed by individual kathismas here.
|Greek (LXX) Numbering||Hebrew Numbering|
|9||9 and 10|
|113||114 and 115|