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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,* Who removest the darkness of sin, and makest us behold the wondrous things of Thy law, take away from us the shame of our sins, by the keeping of Thy commandments. (1.)

O GOD,* the revealer of all good things, reveal the wondrous things of Thy law to our minds, that we may consider them, and be exercised in Thy statutes and commandments, and find in them consolation both for this present life and for that which is to come. (1.)

Let our soul,* O LORD, long to desire Thy judgments at all times and that alone be strong in our affection which is made ready for us as an eternal gift. (11.)

Open our eyes,* O GOD, and grant us thereby to consider the greatness of Thy Name; lift up our lowly sojourning by the upraising of Thy commandments, and fulfil the desire of our soul, by putting spiritual longings therein instead of what is now there, take from us shame and rebuke, and renew the hearts of Thy faithful people by the working of Thy mighty gifts. (11.)








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