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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.

Teach us goodness,* and discipline, and knowledge, O LORD, that malice may not make us harsh, nor sloth remiss, nor folly ignorant. Through. (11.)

O CHRIST our GOD,* Who didst bear the suffering of Thy Passion for us all,* when Thou wast found peaceful among them that hated peace; and innocent wast crucified by the guilty, and so by Thy death dost transfix the death of mankind; Grant that the multiplied unrighteousness of the proud may not prevail against us, and that the meditation of Thy law may not depart from the affections of our heart; that as Thou only hast endured death and the grave for us, Thou mayest bestow the light and reward of eternal life upon them that believe in Thee. (11.)








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