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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.

O GOD, (Lu.) merciful softener of our trouble, deliver the souls of the faithful far from the lips of the ungodly slanderers, that defended by spiritual aids, they may not be overthrown by any attacks. (1.)

We cry unto Thee,* O LORD, when we are in trouble: that Thou mayest deliver us from unrighteous lips, and preserve us from a deceitful tongue, nor suffer us to be brought down by those who flatter us to commit unrighteousness, nor yet suffer our consent to be bowed down to those who counsel departure from the truth. (11.)

O CHRIST,* true Sun of Righteousness, draw forth from the darkness of sins our soul, which has long been sojourning in the tabernacles of Kedar, and shed around it the light of Thy holy brightness, that in this world we may be peaceful with them that hate peace, and in the world to come may be blessed and joined in holy concord with the sons of Jerusalem. (11.)








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