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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 most merciful LORD, our consolation and refuge,* sanctify with the river of Thy grace the tabernacles of our hearts, that Thou, the GOD of Jacob assisting us, we may overthrow every earthly enemy. Through. (1.)

O GOD, be Thou to us in adversity a refuge,* in battle a consolation, to the end that when Thou shalt come to judge the earth, they may be sharers with Thee in joy, who have been followers after Thee in sorrow. Amen. Through Thy mercy.

O GOD, our Refuge and Strength,* be present with us in all our troubles, that every adverse sword may be sheathed, and every heart may be enriched with the blessings of peace; so that in tranquillity we may behold Thee, and beholding Thee may possess Thee for ever. Amen. Through.








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