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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 Everlasting GOD,* Who dost forgive and pass by our sins, and in Whose promise to show mercy to the needy we put all our hope of escaping the evil day, have compassion we pray Thee, on our sorrows; so that while Thou gently concealest our casual faults, Thou mayest graciously give us the pardon of our souls. Through. (2.)

O CHRIST,* SON of the living GOD, against Whom Thine enemies laid to Thy charge things which Thou knewest not; do Thou in every kind of temptation defend us with Thy guardian shield; that through Thee we may never yield to our adversaries, Who ever makest us to conquer by the Omnipotence of Thy Deity. Amen. Through. (11.)








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