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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 LORD, GOD of Gods,* we beseech Thee, that Thou wouldest receive from us the sacrifice of praise; so that we, being set free from the burden of our sins, may patiently run the race that is set before us. Through. (1.)

O GOD,* Who wilt manifest Thyself as the Righteous and Almighty Judge, we beseech Thee to reveal Thyself first as the most merciful and Omnipotent SAVIOUR; that as, when Thou sittest on Thy judgment-scat, Thou wilt be severe, so as often as Thou presentest Thyself to us here on the Throne of Thy mercy, Thou mayest be loving and gentle. Who. (5.)

We call on Thee,* O LORD, in the day of our trouble, that Thou wouldest give us the increase of faith and hope, to the end that we may obtain the everlasting inheritance of love. Amen. Through. (11.)








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