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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.

All we Thy servants, (Lu.) O LORD, blessing Thee, make our prayer, that Thou wouldest vouchsafe to enlighten us, shrouded in the night of this world, that while we lift up our hands in good works, we may obtain abundant blessing from Thee. (1.)

We lift up our hands unto Thee,* O LORD, by night, that Thou mayest make us steadfast in Thy Church; and grant that while we are weighed down by worldly burdens, Thou mayest be praised by our conduct. (11.)

Grant,* O LORD, that ascending all the steps of perfection, we may praise Thee in the summit of virtues, and standing in Thy house and in Thy courts we may lift up our hands by night and day to bless Thee, and receive blessing from Thee the LORD and SAVIOUR of heaven and earth. (1.)

O LORD, (D. C.) grant that we, in holy devotion during the nights of this world, may stand in Thy house and in Thy courts, serve and bless Thee, and as we bless Thee, mercifully bless us, O LORD, out of Sion. (1.)

DISSERTATION V








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