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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.

LORD JESUS,* Who wast before all ages with the FATHER and the HOLY GHOST, and yet didst in the latter days take upon Thyself the nature of man, and wast betrayed by Thy companion and own familiar friend; grant, we beseech Thee, that we, praising Thee at morning, and evening, and noonday, and that instantly, may hear Thy Voice,* because Thou art pleased to hear ours. Who livest. (1.)

GOD, Which perceivest us to be afflicted by the temptations which Thou permittest to attack us, give to us, we beseech Thee, that most powerful help, the victory of the holy Cross; to the end that we, who, by Thy example, strive to overcome the world, may also, because Thou hast gone before us into heaven,* merit to follow Thee. Amen. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

We beseech Thee, Almighty GOD, that we, being heard by Thee, nourished by Thee, and by Thee set free from the billows of this world, may live out the full number of our days in Thy eternal kingdom. Through. (1.)








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