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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, builder of the heavenly tabernacles,* appoint, we beseech Thee, goings-up in our hearts, whereby we may without falling back into sin ascend to Thy tabernacles. Through. (1.)

O GOD, the defender of them that trust in Thee, save us who abide in Thy service,* that separated from the tents of the ungodly, we may be fitted to dwell in Thy holy house. Through. (1.)

O GOD of Hosts, whose tabernacles are amiable,* and whose courts are beauteous, within the circuit whereof holiness walketh, and godliness rejoiceth; grant that our souls may long after them more eagerly, wherein one day is known to shine better than a thousand; let us, we pray Thee, be brought in thither, however lowly, that we be not utterly cast out; that in our new bodies our pure hearts may rejoice with perpetual gladness in Thee the living GOD; and gladly through ages after ages offer praise to Thee in sweet strains and loving service. (11.)

O GOD, (D. C.) our strong Helper, we pray Thee that Thy might may be with us in the valley of weeping; teach us so to appoint goings-up in our hearts, that going from strength to strength, Thou mayest vouchsafe us gladly to see Thee, the GOD of Gods, in the heavenly Sion. Through. (1.)








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