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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, Thou That art great and terrible,* Who art adorned as the glorious Prince in the heavenly Jerusalem, expand our souls with spiritual intelligence, that Thy mercy tabernacling within our breasts, we may be made worthy to set forth Thy Holy Name. Through.

O most glorious LORD,* magnify the joys of all the earth; to the end that faith, being spread abroad, may fill the whole world, and that, according to the glory of Thy Name, Thou mightest enable us to glorify Thy praise. Amen. Through Thy mercy.

O Thou That art great and highly to be praised,* spread abroad the faith of Thy Church into all realms; to the end that as, in all its degrees, Thou art acknowledged to be GOD, Thou mayest also be praised in the united devotion of her people: receive of Thy mercy, her prayers, and in the midst of the tempests of this world, be Thou her diligent pilot: so that we may by Thy mercy enter that City which Thou hast founded for ever and ever, and may be received therein, and may tell within its towers Thy marvellous works. Amen. Through Thy mercy.








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