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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, everlasting light of the upright in heart,* grant that we may love Thee; and make us glad with Thy glory, and so disperse abroad in this world, that we may hear no evil tidings in that which is to come. (1.)

O merciful and righteous LORD,* make us ever to be merciful, and with all readiness to minister to one another’s needs, nor dismay us with evil tidings when Thou shalt judge us, but set us in glory on Thy right hand. (11.)

O merciful LORD,* Thou art the beginning of fear and wisdom, instruct us therefore with the former, and stablish us in the latter; cause us to begin with fear, and make us perfect in the fulness of wisdom. (11.)

Make us mighty upon earth, (D. C.) O LORD, in works pleasing unto Thee, and let our soul live in Thy righteousness by Thine aid; grant us, we beseech Thee, that we may ever run the way of Thy commandments, by Whose grace we may obtain all that we ask. (1.)








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