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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.

Take away,* we beseech Thee, O LORD, the iniquity of this Thy family, which putteth its trust under the shadow of Thy wings; to the end that, Thy mercy being sent down from heaven, we may be preserved from the snares of our enemies, and from the nets of them that do evil. Through.

Have mercy upon us,* O LORD, have mercy upon us, and hear the prayers of them that trust in Thee; break Thou the strength of our adversaries, destroy Thou the hopes of them that lie in wait for us; that we, being ever guided by Thy light, may with a ready heart exalt among the people the mercy of Thy truth, Who for us didst endure the shame of the Cross. Through Thy mercy.

Grant,* we beseech Thee, to us, O LORD, in all our troubles and adversities, the gift of Thy HOLY GHOST; so that we, being guarded by Thy protection and bulwarks, may be in this world prepared for eternal joys, and in the world to come may possess them for evermore. Through.








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