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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 GOD, Creator of all the elements,* King Everlasting before the worlds, remember Thy flock which Thou hast redeemed by the shedding of Thine own Blood, and graciously hear the voices of all them that seek Thee, O SAVIOUR of the world. Who livest.

Remember,* O LORD, Thy congregation, which Thou hast created from the beginning; and forget not Thy Church, which Thou hast predestined in CHRIST from all time; and, mindful of Thy mercy, look upon Thy Covenant, and ever embrace us with Thy promised freedom. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

O LORD,* deliver not into the hands of the persecutors the souls of the peoples which confess Thee; that Thou, Who didst endure the slanders of false witnesses, mayest be glorified by the voices of the redeemed which worship Thee. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

Remember, O LORD,* Thy congregation, which Thou hast created from the beginning, and which Thou hast wondrously and mercifully redeemed at the price of Thy Blood, and chosen it as Thy possession from out of the nations. Deliver, then, the rod of Thine inheritance from the attacks of the supplanter, and so rule it in this present world by justifying, that it may inherit in the world to come; and that it which prays, as divinely taught, for Thy kingdom to come, may, after pardon freely given, attain by hereditary succession, to the same Thy kingdom. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

Forget not,* O LORD, the voice of them that seek Thee, and the pride of them that hate Thee, ascending for evermore; that these, who by formal registration are received into the bosom of Mother Church, may attain to the grace of Holy Baptism; that, inasmuch as they desire such things, the Sacrament of washing enjoined amongst us may not be denied them, and that they may, with us, possess everlasting gladness. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

O CHRIST, (D. C.) our GOD and King before the worlds, Who at the end of the world hast wrought salvation in the redemption of Thy Church, which Thou hast possessed from the beginning through predestination, look upon the covenant confirmed in Thy Blood, by making the same Thy Church to abide in devotion, and to stand evermore in safety. Who livest.








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