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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.

O GOD, Disposer of the Angels and of all creatures,* send forth Thine Angel to tarry round about us, that we, being guarded by his protection, may be delivered from the most evil death of sin. Through (2.)

Let our soul bless Thee,* O LORD, at all times, because that in Thy corrections Thy love is always present, while Thou both chastenest us with Thy discipline, and cherishest us with Thine indulgence; while by strengthening Thou healest us, and by healing Thou strengthenest us. Grant therefore that we, who have tasted Thy sweetness in faith, may receive Thy most full retribution in Thy pleasures. Amen. Through Thy mercy (11.)

Redeem,* O LORD, the souls of Thy servants, who do put their trust in Thee: grant of Thy clemency that we may find Thy blessing in adversity as well as in prosperity: and, because Thou art nigh to them that are of a contrite heart, open Thine ears to the spirit of our contrition, and let Thy peace, which passeth all understanding, keep our souls and bodies. Amen. Through (11.)

[O GOD, (D. C.) Who art gracious unto all, cause us to eschew evil and to do good. Grant that we may ever seek peace and ensue it, whereby, tasting and seeing Thy sweetness, we who trust in Thee, may, through Thy preventing mercy, obtain everlasting blessedness. Through (1.)]








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