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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.

Almighty GOD, Creator of the star of light,* Who drivest away the night and bringest back the light anew to the world, satisfy us, we beseech Thee, with the renewed shining of Thy mercy, that we may, through Thine illumination, drive away all the darkness of sin. (1.)

Keep us, O LORD, from one generation to another,* and let not us, who have clung to Thy foundation, be carried away with this present world, but arise to be our Comforter in trouble, and by the bestowal of joy wipe away our sorrows. (11.)

Let Thy glorious majesty, O LORD, be upon us, and guide Thou the work of our hands,* look graciously upon Thy servants, and with Thy light direct the beginnings of good works in us. (11.)

Be Thou our Refuge, O LORD, and guide Thy people with Thy fatherly governance,* that as the times of our fathers felt Thy cares, so ours also may know Thy bounties towards them. (11.)

We beseech Thee, O LORD our SAVIOUR, that Thy glory may shine in our hearts,* that Thou mayest cast out from us all assaults of darkness and all foul thoughts, and drive away all sins from our hearts; so enlighten our darkness that the shades may flee, and glorious light dwell in our hearts. (5.)

O LORD, Who art GOD from everlasting and world without end, (D. C.) be Thou in all places our Refuge; look mercifully upon us Thy servants, and let the glory of Thy godhead be upon us, that our works may alway be guided by Thee, and be finished by Thee when begun. (1.)








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