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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.

Prevent us, O LORD,* with the blessings of sweetness, and fulfil our desires according to Thy will: that while we sing and praise Thy power, we may obtain a long life, even for ever and ever. Through (1.)

Destroy the fruit of Thine enemies,* O LORD, from the earth, and their seed from among the children of men, because they will not confess Thee, the one CHRIST, SON of GOD and Son of Man; to the end that Thy Cross, which is to the Jews a stumbling-block, and to the Greeks foolishness, may direct both those peoples to the rule of faith, and may join them to Thee, to be crowned by Thine Hand for ever. Amen. Through Thy mercy (11.)

O LORD,* Who dost vouchsafe to prevent us with the blessings of goodness, prevent us also with the blessings of sweetness; and as Thou givest temporal existence to all mortals, so be Thou pleased to bestow on us eternal life. Amen. Through Thy mercy (11.)

[Exalt us, O LORD, by the merits of strength, (D. C.) whereby we may devoutly sing and praise Thy power, grant us to attain everlasting felicity, and to be made glad for evermore with the joy of Thy countenance. Through (1.)]








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