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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 from us,* O LORD, all superfluity of error, that leaving the tribes of sin behind us, we may fear Thee only, Who dwellest most Highest over all the earth. Through. (1.)

Let the Gentiles,* for whom Thou didst hang upon the rood of the Cross, know, O CHRIST, that Thy Name is the LORD, and let knowledge bring them back to their Maker, as ignorance gave them up to sloth, that they may be converted through knowledge of the faith, and rejoice in the hope of glory. (11.)

Arise, O GOD, keep not still silence, refrain not Thyself;* but as they who hate Thee have lift up their head, fill their faces with shame, that being confounded, they may seek Thy Name; and save Thy people, that they may know the testimony of Thy might; be gracious unto Thine inheritance, Who art only the most Highest over all the earth. (11.)

O GOD,* who is like unto Thee in goodness or in might? Thou Who teachest Thy Saints with Thy goodness, and defendest them with Thy might, Who bridlest the foaming mouths of their enemies, and hearkenest to the prayers of Thy servants. Grant us, who trust in Thy goodness, some small share of good works, to keep us safe from the counsel of our enemies, to wash us from sin, and make us well-pleasing unto Thee, that Thou mayest bring us to everlasting glory, Who art only the most Highest over all the earth. (11.)

O LORD our Redeemer,* make Thine enemies as a wheel, them to whom the mystery of Thy Cross is foolishness, that they may be scattered as stubble before the face of the wind, and that an abiding-place for ever may be granted unto them that believe, or shall hereafter believe in Thee. (11.)

Look, O LORD, upon Thy people,* and be exalted in Thy majesty above them that hate Thee, and drive into headlong ruin those who hasten to attack Thy faithful ones, that confounded and put to shame, they may know that Thou only art most Highest over all the earth. (11.)

O GOD of celestial majesty, unto Whom none is like, (D. C.) destroy us not out of the nation of the elect, by reason of the multitude of our sins, but, of Thy merciful goodness, cause our names to be counted amongst Israel for evermore. Through. (1.)








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