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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.

We know,* O LORD, that Thy judgment is just; but we beseech Thy mercy, that Thy compassions may come upon us, that we be not confounded with the proud nor condemned with the ungodly. (1.)

Unto Thee, O LORD,* do we lift up our eyes, for we are the work of Thy hands; give us understanding to learn Thy commandments, and fill them that fear Thee with gladness. Let Thy mercy come to comfort us, to deliver us from all evils, and to teach us to do works worthy of pleasing Thee. (11.)

Grant us,* O LORD, understanding to learn Thy commandments, instruct us with constant meditations, that sloth may not draw us away from any duty, but that Thy mercy may be to us for our comfort. (11.)

Let our hearts,* O LORD, be spotless in Thy statutes, that no corrupt thought may defile us, and no evil inclination confound us. (11.)








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