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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.

Remember us, (Lu.) Almighty GOD, in all our goings-in, and clothe us with priestly righteousness, that we may be fit to be brought into Thine everlasting tabernacles. (1.)

Arise,* O LORD, and let our hearts be made ready as a resting-place for Thee, let the hallowing of Thine Ark be within each of us, and CHRIST our LORD be our holy meditation, and the lantern of our works, that as He makes them ready, we maybe filled with the fruit of righteousness unto grace, and be preserved unto glory by the word of life. (11.)

Grant us, (D. C.) we beseech Thee, of Thy loving-kindness, O LORD, so to watch alway unto the pursuit of good works, that we may find a place for Thee, LORD, in our hearts, that Thy presence may alway be our defence, and that our enemies may be put to confusion, and Thy sanctification ever flourish upon us. (1.)








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