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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,* Preserver of holy souls, Whose kingdom is the perfect lot of the righteous, grant that the lightnings of the Prophets and Evangelists may enter into our hearts, and if there be aught found therein covered with the ancient veil, let it be disclosed by the revelation of the HOLY GHOST. (1.)

O GOD,* in Whose kingdom the earth of believers rejoices, Whose righteousness the heavens declare, Whose sovereignty the legions of Angels worship, preserve the souls of Thy servants; and lest we should perish by following the author of evil, deliver and protect and preserve us, that when the burning fire shall go before Thy face, the punishment due to our merits may not lay hold of us to burn us up, but the mercy of our Maker rescue us that we may live. (11.)

O LORD GOD, Most Highest over all the earth, (D. C.) teach us to love Thee with entire devotion, and to hate evil; preserve our souls in this life, and when they pass hence, deliver them from the place of everlasting punishment. (1.)








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