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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.

Break in sunder,* O LORD, we beseech Thee, the chains of our sins; that, taking upon us Thy light yoke and easy burden, we may serve Thee, with fear and reverence, all the days of our life. Through (1.)

O CHRIST,* the WORD of the FATHER, against Whom the kings of the earth stood up, and the rulers took counsel together; give unto Thy Church to obtain the victory which she desires over all her enemies, that the sword of her persecutors may be sheathed, and the faith of them that believe in Thee may be established. (11.)

O GOD,* the FATHER of the Only-begotten SON, Who dwellest in heaven, and Who turnest to derision those that rise up against Thy CHRIST, give us this special grace, that we may never yield to adversities, to the end that the unbelief of them that know Thee not may be confounded, and the faith of them that cling to Thee may be crowned. (11.)

[Hear us out of Thy holy hill, O LORD our GOD, as we call unto Thee with our voice in prayer, arise to help us, (D. C.) that by Thine aid we may attain salvation and everlasting blessedness. Through (1.)]








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