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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 Good Shepherd,* “Who, for the ransom of Thy mortal sheep, hast drunk the cup of the Passion; we humbly call upon Thy Name, that, stablishing us upon the pillars of wisdom, Thou wouldst strengthen us with the hallowing of Thy sevenfold SPIRIT. Through.

O LORD,* look mercifully on us who confess to Thee, that as the fear of punishment makes us contrite, so the love of pardon and the fulness of remission may gladden us. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

Unto Thee,* O LORD, will we confess, yea, unto Thee will we confess our sins and offences, which are better known to Thee than disclosed by our acknowledgment. We therefore call upon Thy Name, that Thou mayest pardon our open misdeeds against Thee, and not be swift to execute vengeance upon our secret sins; but that, as Thou art appeased by the confession of the lowly, Thou mayest grant us remission of all our offences. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

We confess to Thee, (D. C.) O GOD, we confess to Thee, with hearty repentance. Be gracious unto our sins, that, granting us pardon, Thou mayest make us worthy to call upon Thy holy Name, that we may, in thanksgiving for our salvation, sing to Thee, O GOD of Jacob, for evermore. (1.)








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