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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 rejoice in Thee,* O LORD everlasting, with gladness and exultation, beseeching Thee, that while the gates of our hearts are thrown open in Thy praise, they may also be flung wide to receive Thy mercy and truth. (1.)

Inspire our hearts,* O LORD, that we may praise Thy Name, for Thou art gracious, and that our earth may be filled with Thy prayer. And let Thy mercy, moreover, protect us, that Thy revealed truth may make us glad for evermore. (11.)

Let us,* O LORD, who serve Thee in fear, enter Thy gates with confession, and into Thy courts with hymns and confessions; let us praise Thy Name, for Thou art gracious, and inspire Thou our hearts, that our mouth may be opened wide in Thy praises, and that Thy boundless truth may prevail for evermore. (11.)

O GOD, (D. C.) eternal glory of the heavens, make us enter Thy gates with confession, and Thy courts with hymns, that giving thanks to Thy majesty, we may receive at Thy hands the crown of life, which Thou hast promised to them that love Thee. (1.)








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