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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.

Almighty GOD,* Who settest men’s minds upon righteousness, and causest them to judge the thing that is right; grant that there may be neither evil on our lips, nor iniquity in our hearts; so that righteousness in works may precede good speaking in tongue. Through.

GOD,* Whose words are pure and Whose judgments are right; stretch forth Thy eight Arm for our defence; smite the jawbones of the lions, O LORD, which would devour us; that in Thee the multitude of the redeemed may rejoice, seeing that Thou art the Crown of the righteous, and that to Thee we may sing the psalm of joy, when we arrive at the fruit of well-doing. Amen. Through Thy mercy.








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