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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 Thou that art the Healer both of the soul and the body,* send forth Thy salvation and make us whole: that while we deplore all our sickness and all our infirmity, we may by Thy strength overcome the temptations of the enemy. Through (2.)

O GOD,* by Whose ears the secret desires of the heart are heard, make haste to help us; and so turn away from us the fierceness of Thine anger, that we who do put our whole trust in Thee, may never fall into the nets of the enemy. Amen. Through Thy mercy (11.)

O CHRIST our GOD,* Who didst vouchsafe to endure such manifold sufferings in Thine own most sacred Body, have mercy upon us; and grant that while the true health of Thy grace dwells in our mortal frame, we may from strength to strength go on to the Crown which Thou hast prepared for us. Amen. Through Thy mercy (11.)








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