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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 LORD,* heal the infirmities of Thy people, Who dost always pity sinners as a father his children; that delivered from the destruction of everlasting death, our soul may praise Thee, and our life glorify Thee. (1.)

O LORD of mercy and compassion,* be not angry with us for ever: but so far as the east is from the west, put all our sins from us, and as high as the heaven is from the earth, magnify Thy mercy amongst us. (11.)

Let our soul bless Thee,* O LORD, and all that is within it cry aloud together in Thy praise, that Thou mayest hear our prayer and hasten to heal our infirmities, and ransom our life from destruction, satisfy our desire with good things, and crown our wish with fulfilment. (11.)

O GOD, (D. C.) the SAVIOUR of them that live, Who desirest not the death of sinners, know, as a merciful FATHER, that which Thou hast made, and be not angry with us sinners for evermore, but stablish Thy mercy upon us, and deliver our life from destruction. (1.)








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