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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.

Hear us, we beseech Thee,* O LORD, and have mercy upon us in our tribulations; and, as Thou alone art glorious over the people, give spiritual joy to us, who look for the hope of Thine eternal rewards. Through (1.)

Almighty GOD,* although our iniquities have offended Thee, grant that our prayers and our confession may obtain Thy mercy; that through Thy loving-kindness, no tribulation of this world may cause us to despair, no harmful persuasion may allure us to evil; but that the Light of Thy countenance may shine upon us; and that from Thy Light in this world, we may advance to the light of Thine everlasting vision. (11.)

Hear us when we call,* O LORD JESU CHRIST, Who art our righteousness; that as Thou didst for the wicked undergo all miseries, so Thou wouldest on the penitent bestow all mercies. (11.)

[Grant us, we beseech Thee, Almighty GOD, (D. C.) the gladness of Thy SPIRIT in our hearts, that we, offering the sacrifice of righteousness, and alway putting our trust in Thee, may, when the end of our life is at hand, lay us down in the peace of CHRIST, and take our rest for ever in His kingdom. Through the same. (2.)]








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