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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.

Grant,* O LORD, Thy mercy to them that call upon Thee; and make us so constant in Thy truth that, our acts being restored to innocency, we may be freed from the wicked. Through (11.)

Redeem us,* O LORD, and have mercy upon us, that our voice may praise Thee in the Church, and our lips may bless Thee among the people: purge our reins and prove our hearts by Thy love; and cut off from us all pleasures, and stop the influx of evil thoughts. Amen. (11.)

O GOD,* Who by Thy lovingkindness didst prove Thy blessed martyr N. on earth, nor didst permit him to be tempted above that he was able to bear: preserve us from all temptation, which may oppress our minds; that we, faithfully serving Thee, may so be proved, as that our temptations may not turn to the confusion of grief, but may bind us to the embrace of the truth. Amen. (11.)

[O GOD, (D. C.) the author of innocency, and hallower of righteous souls, try out our reins and our heart, by grafting in us the calm of purity, that we may not dwell with the council of vain persons, but with our feet standing right, we may worthily praise Thee in the congregations. Through (1.)]








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