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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 GOD, the King of all ages,* Whose empire extendeth over all people, enlarge, we beseech Thee, our dominion over the different tribes of vices that are to be put under our feet; to the end that while we sing praises to Thee, our GOD, with understanding, we may tread them down through Thy help. Through. (2.)

O GOD,* the King, both great and terrible, grant that, in all nations, true faith may bring forth to Thee her joyful fruits: and grant that we may sing, not only with our voice, but also with our heart, to Thee, Who art our GOD, that we may live with Thee, world without end. Amen. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

CHRIST JESUS our LORD and terrible GOD,* in Whose Nativity the Angels offered praises together with the shepherds; to Whom, after the author of death had been conquered, all the people clapped their hands together and lifted up their hearts; Thou Whom, when Thou didst carry back to heaven the victorious trophies of Thy triumphs, the faith of the Apostles also followed; grant that we may both celebrate the mysteries of our redemption, and the glories of Thine Ascension, with the jubilations of faith, and may, together with the princes of the people, be well-pleasing by means of our faithful service to Thee, the GOD of Abraham. Amen. Through Thy mercy. (11.)








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