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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.

Vouchsafe,* O LORD, that we may so love Thy law, as to meditate on it alway in our heart, and ever to go onward in works that are acceptable unto Thee. (11.)

Refrain our feet,* O LORD, from every evil way, cause us to keep Thy word with all diligence, to depart from evil and to please Thee evermore. (11.)

Make us he glad,* O LORD, in Thy words, which are sweeter than honey and the comb, that they may lead us on through prayer to broad ways even in this world. (11.)

Vouchsafe,* O LORD, to pour the sweetness of Thy word into our throats, that we may he enabled to withdraw our footsteps from evil ways. (1.)








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