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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.

Almighty GOD, (Lu.) remember our low estate, and have mercy upon us, and as Thou didst in time of old give our fathers their enemies’ land for an heritage, so set us free from sin, and bestow Thine heritage upon us. (1.)

O LORD,* Who alone madest great lights, in wisdom making the moon and stars to govern the night, bring us out from under the yoke of spiritual wickedness with a mighty hand and a stretched out arm; and cut asunder whatever barriers are set in our way, and as Thou art the LORD of lords, be Thou also the abiding keeper of our souls. (11.)

We give thanks unto Thee,* O LORD, Who by Thy understanding madest the heavens, and Who liftest up the learned unto wisdom, Who hast founded the earth upon the water, and erected Thy Church upon the unstable world; grant that the floods of worldly delights may not overwhelm us, but that the graces we receive may lift us up to things above. (11)

Vouchsafe, (D. C.) as with all the powers of our minds we give thanks unto Thee, O LORD of lords, and sing of Thy wondrous works, to bestow the light of Thy countenance upon us, graciously protect us from all the plagues of the Egyptians, and grant us Thy mercy for ever. (1.)








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