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A Commentary On The Psalms From Primitive and Mediæval Writers Volumes 1 To 4 by Rev. J.M. Neale D.D.

Fulfil, O LORD, our petitions,* and accept us as a burnt-offering well pleasing to Thee: that we, having overthrown the chariots of our enemies, may rejoice in the protection of Thy salvation. Through (5.)

Turn, we beseech Thee,* O LORD, the sorrows of our hearts, which through fear of Thy judgments we make known unto Thee, into joy and gladness: send us help from the sanctuary, and accept our afflictions as a sacrifice to Thee; that Thou mayest both breathe into our hearts such counsels as shall please Thee, and fill our hands with the work which Thou wilt reward. So grant our petitions, as to do away our sins; and give us entrance into that blessed place, where is life without end. Amen. Through Thy mercy (11.)

[Hear us, O LORD, we beseech Thee, in the day of trouble, (D. C.) and defend us from all evils, that risen, and standing upright, when our enemies are fallen, we may ever rejoice in Thee, our LORD and GOD (1.)]








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