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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,* washer away of sins, Who quickly comfortest the soul that faithfully calleth on Thee, we beseech Thee that Thou wouldst deliver us from the peril of hell, and doing away with the death of sin, restore us to the land of the living. (1.)

Let the life of Thy humble servants,* O LORD, be as precious in Thy sight as is the death of Thy Saints, that loosed from the bonds of sin, we may attain a foretaste of the joys of Jerusalem to come. (1.)

O most merciful and righteous LORD,* deliver our souls from death, our eyes from tears, and our feet from falling, and keep Thy gentleness for us in both respects, that if we be chastised by Thy justice, we may be guarded by Thy mercy. (11.)

What can Thy creature, O LORD,* repay Thee for the benefits of redemption which Thou hast bestowed upon him, who feeleth that he hath escaped the sentence of death by receiving the Cup of Salvation, solely that he may pay his vows unto Thee for Thy faithful redemption, and offer Thee loyal service in the courts of the house of GOD, when the deeds of darkness have been destroyed? Grant us soundness, O LORD, that breaking the bonds of our sins, we may do the work that pleaseth Thee, and in the midst of Jerusalem offer Thee an acceptable sacrifice in Thy praise, to the end that they whom the excitement of their mind makes to be liars may be brought in safety to behold Thee, by the truth of the Catholic belief. (11.)

O GOD of heaven and earth, (D. C.) graciously hearken to the voice of the prayer of them that love Thee, incline the ear of Thy mercy to the petitions of them that call upon Thee, deliver us from all trouble and sorrow, and when we pass away from this life, give us life everlasting. (1.)

O LORD, (D. C.) receive the prayers of Thy people which believeth in Thee, and grant that we may ever offer Thee the sacrifice of praise; break asunder the bonds of our sins, that we may worthily pay Thee the vows of Christian faith. (1.)








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