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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.

Drive away, (Lu.) O LORD, from the lot of the righteous, the wickedness of the evil who arise against it, that they who trust in Thee with their whole heart, may not be shaken with any rains of temptations. (1.)

Do well,* O LORD, unto them that are good and true of heart: bestow on them the ruling of salvation, be ever wakeful for the protection of Thy people, and bridle the rage of the wicked with Thy right hand. (11.)

Grant us,* O LORD, so firmly to trust in Thee, that the whirlwind of the enemy may not move us; stablish our faith in Mount Sion. Vouchsafe ever to be round about Thy people, lest the multitude of the redeemed should desire to put its hands unto wickedness, and let them so despise the pleasures of the world as to break in Thy might all hurtful bonds, and receive Thy bounty and Thy holy light. (11.)

O CHRIST, (D. C.) Mount of Strength, keep us, we beseech Thee, in all places by Thy safeguard, be round about Thy people, suffer not the rod of the ungodly to bear rule over the lot of Thy servants, do well unto us, and grant us times of prosperity and peace. (5.)








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