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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.

We beseech Thee,* O LORD GOD, to turn Thy face from our sins, and to put out all our misdeeds; and as the publican, who stood afar off, was heard for the sake of his humility, so hear us for the merits of our Humility, that is to say of Him Who, being co-equal with Thee, His FATHER, yet for our sakes vouchsafed to take upon Him the form of a servant, our LORD JESUS CHRIST. Through.

O GOD,* Who, the more we hide our sins, the more bringest them into open day; Who out of doubt dost bring certainty, out of error, truth; visit us with the dew of Thy mercy: so putting out all our misdeeds, as to make us a new heart by the infusion of Thy HOLY GHOST, to the end that we, rejoicing in such an indweller, may have our mouth opened for the declaration of Thy praise. Amen. Through.

O LORD JESUS CHRIST,* GOD of our salvation, Who by Thy salutary Passion dost extinguish all our evil Passions; give to us Thy servants forgiveness of our sins and remission of our guilt, to the end that from Thee, O LORD, we may one day receive eternal life. Amen. Through.








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