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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.

O Everlasting GOD,* Whose help is inexhaustible, make haste to help Thy humble servants, that overcoming the reproaches of the ungodly, we may ever be guarded by Thine aid. Through. (1.)

O LORD, make speed to save us,* and advance in haste to help us, give us strength to fulfil what we know, and count as perfect that we desire to do, that when by Thy working in us Thou shalt have made us perfect in Thy statutes, Thou mayest count it as Thy praise; by Thy effectual operation let us be exalted in reward; let right work magnify Thee, and Thy repayment lift us up. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

O LORD,* make speed to save us; and make haste to help us, for our efforts in good works are of no avail if Thou cease, for Thou, from Whom all goings are directed, art He, through Whom our frailty is strengthened. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

O GOD, make speed to save us,* that we who pant with most hearty desires to share in Thy Passion, may find Thee our helper in our very efforts. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

O GOD,* make haste to help us: lest temptation prevail whilst Thou delayest assistance, or despair succeed, whilst Thou keepest back aid. Set Thy succour against both, and grant us, and all Christians, holy prudence, that we, who put all our trust in Thy might, may ever be guarded by Thy Divinity. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

He Who was wounded for our transgressions and rose again for our justification,* Himself with His wonted mercy bestow on us help now in our time of trouble, that, rejoicing with His Saints, we may be able to praise and magnify Him. Who liveth.

O GOD, (D. C.) Who art the author of man’s salvation, make speed to save us from them that seek after our soul, that by Thee their assault may cease from us, and we may evermore praise Thee, our Helper and Protector. Through. (1.)








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