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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.

We beseech Thy Name,* O LORD, which is great, wonderful, and holy, that as Thou didst create the beasts of the field for the service of man, so Thou wouldst cause man to delight in the service of Thee. Through (1.)

O LORD,* our Governor, Whose Name is excellent through all the world, grant that we may despise the excellency of the same world, and Thy praise may be perfected in our mouths, and Thy faith made manifest by our good works. (11.)

[LORD JESU,* Whose wonderful Name the angel foretold, Thy Mother bestowed, Simeon acknowledged, Anna praised; save Thy people in all the world, Thou Whose Name is majestic in heaven, that Thou Who only art glorious in power, mayest also be gentle in Thy merciful pardon to the lost. (11.)]

[O LORD JESU CHRIST, by Thine excellent Name, (D. C.) spread through all the world by the Apostles, perfect the praise of Thy victory in us who are the work of Thy fingers, that our enemy may be stilled, and we crowned with the perpetual triumph of glory and worship. (5.)]








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