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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 confess Thy mercies, O LORD,* which Thou constantly displayest towards our need, beseeching Thee, that Thou, Who art exalted in the Churches, and sittest at the right hand of the FATHER on His throne, mayest grant us to understand and ponder the secret of such great compassion. (5.)

Deliver us, O LORD,* out of our distress, and feed the hunger of our souls with the fatness of Thy Word, and shine with Thy clear light on them that sit in darkness and the shadow of death. (11.)

Let us confess unto Thee, O LORD,* Thy mercies, wherewith Thou savest us from destruction, and gathering us out of the lands of error, unitest us with the bond of charity in the harmony of faith. (11.)

Send Thy Word, O LORD,* and heal us, and deliver us from the destruction to which we are urged forward by the weight of our sins; that as we bear in mind that we have been made by the operation of Thy Word, so we may be made anew by His power. Hear Thou us when we are in trouble and call upon Thee, and grant us freedom from our perilous distress; that praise may go up to Thee from our confession, and we may take delight in telling Thy wondrous works before the children of men. (11.)

Our LORD JESUS CHRIST Thy SON,* Who alone ruling all things by the Word of His power, and bearing all the scars of the Cross, brake the iron bars, and smote in pieces the fastenings of the gates of brass, descended to the depths of Hell, shone with the brightness of light unknown on them that sat in the shadow of death, and, Sun of Righteousness, proceeding with quickened Body from the grave, wondrously enlightened our darkness with His rays. (11.)

At Thy command, O LORD, (D. C.) let the waves of the storms of our life be silent, and stay Thou our tempest with a breeze of calm and gladness, that guided by Thee as Pilot into the haven of salvation, we may give thanks unto Thee for the works of Thy mercy. (1.)








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