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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 GOD,* the glorious salvation of all people, graciously look upon the sheep of Thy pasture, and bestowing upon them the salt of prudence, vouchsafe to bring them unhurt into everlasting rest. (5.)

Coming before Thy face,* O LORD, with confession, and rejoicing in psalms unto Thee with fitting melody, we worship and fall down before Thee, beseeching Thee with inward weeping and sighing, that as Thou hast made us, and art our GOD, Thou wouldst as a merciful LORD protect Thy people, and as a careful Shepherd tend the sheep of Thy pasture, and grant grace to them for whom Thou didst lay down Thy life. (11.)

O LORD, Who wast close unto Thy people for the number of forty years,* grant unto Thy Church which Thou hast purchased with the price of Thy Blood, that she may not err in heart, but fill her with the flooding of the HOLY GHOST, and join her unto Thee in everlasting blessedness. (11.)

By the gift of Thy bounty, let us rejoice and be glad in Thee, O GOD of our salvation, (D. C.) and obtain from Thee the blessing of continual peace; grant that we may know Thy way, and passing through it, may, as Thou hast sworn, enter into Thy rest. (1.)








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