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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.

GOD, Which art the only expectation of Thy saints,* Whose Advent into this world is set forth in the Head of the Book, graft, we pray Thee, Thy Law in our hearts; to the end that we, declaring Thy righteousness, may be saved from every peril. (5.)

O CHRIST the SON of GOD,* Whose sorrows at the time of Thy Passion were multiplied above the hairs of Thy Head, deliver us from the multitude of our sins, which, in like manner, exceed in number our own hairs; that the punishment due to them may be remitted by the atonement of Thy mercy. Amen. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

Let it be Thy pleasure,* O LORD, to deliver us from the hand of our enemies, and let them be desolate that would swallow us up; that we may never be ashamed through the deeds of our own pravity, whose trust is that we have been renewed by the glory of Thy Passion. Amen. Through Thy mercy. (11.)








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