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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.

Great is the peace of them that love Thy law,* O LORD, and there is no stumbling in them. Grant that they who have never preferred anything in this world to Thy love may not ever be troubled in their thoughts. (1.)

Grant us,* O LORD, who rejoice in Thy words, to make our boast for ever in Thy praise, that preserved in the love of Thy peace, we may not fear the threats of princes. (1.)

Let there be peace in Thy love,* O GOD, unto them that love Thee, and as Thou delightest in the blessing of peace, refresh us with the gift of Thy peace, and by the bestowal of love take stumbling away from us, that we may overcome hate through Thy peace, and cover the multitude of our sins with charity, and so keep Thy commandments, that we may be led by the sweetness of charity to the glorious vision of Thyself. (11.)








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