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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.

Let Thy merciful eyes,* O LORD, vouchsafe to look upon our low estate: and protect us with the armour of faith, that we being preserved from the arrows of the wicked, may be able to keep truth and righteousness. Through (1.)

O GOD,* Whose eyes regard Him that for our sakes was poor, be the succourer of the heart that putteth her trust in Thee: and like as we do desire to be healed by the wounds of His Passion, grant that we may be delivered in all the dangers of our own. Through the same (2.)

[Thou Who art GOD everlasting, (D. C.) be gracious unto us who put our trust in Thee; grant us, by Thy gift, to be unlike the birds, cause us by Thy might to quench the arrows of the evil one, and to live in the righteousness of Thy grace, whereby vouchsafe unto us to please Thee for evermore. (1.)]








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