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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 mercy come upon us,* O LORD, that wrath be not fierce against us; and let us have for our healing the SAVIOUR Whom we behold as our propitiation and Judge. (1.)

Let Thy mercies and Thy salvation come unto us,* O LORD, according to Thy word, that we may alway keep Thy law, and taught by the word of truth, may be strengthened by the word of Thy salvation. (2.)

Let Thy salvation come upon us,* O LORD, that the word of truth never fall away from our mouth, and that we be not confounded with the testimony of Thy word, but freely confess the wondrous things of Thy law. (11.)

Let Thy mercy come upon us,* O LORD, as we beseech Thee; and let Thy salvation instruct our heart, and nourish our mind with the instruction of Thy speech, that we who put our trust in Thy sayings may in all things be comforted by Thy mighty power, and as our hope is devoted unto Thee, so the petition of our hope may be granted by Thee. (11.)








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