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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.

Arise, O LORD,* and help us, and deliver us from all temptations of Satan; and do Thou, Who in the days of our fathers didst overthrow the machinations of Thine enemies, deliver us by the light of Thy countenance from the snares of the devil. Through our LORD. (1.)

O LORD JESUS CHRIST,* Whom we confess to be the LORD and King of ages, Who workest salvation in Jacob, and art the sweet contemplation of Israel; implant salvation in our hearts, and so blot out all offence of sin from our conscience, that our spirits may receive Thee, the Light of Truth, and being illumined by Thy splendour, may proceed from strength to strength in Thy faith. Amen. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

O GOD our King,* Who sendest salvation to Jacob, overthrow, by the majesty of Thy Name, the attacks of every temptation. Make our faith firm, of Thy mercy condescend to our humility; and ever be present in our defence. Amen. Through Thy mercy. (11.)








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