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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.

Grant to us, merciful GOD,* to enter Thy Church without spot, and turn us away from deceiving our neighbours; that while we observe all things according to Thy precepts, we may not be afflicted by Thy punishments for ever. (1.)

O CHRIST, the SON of GOD, have mercy on our humility,* Thou, Who by the deceit of the traitor disciple, wast given over to suffering and death: and as Thou wast in Thine innocence sold for money, grant that we may never deceive our neighbour by perjury, nor injure ourselves by evil habits; but rather following the example of Thy patience, may prevail both against our external and internal enemies. Amen. Through Thy mercy (11.)

[Visit us, (D. C.) O LORD, we pray Thee, as we wander in the body away from Thee, and vouchsafe to strengthen us in Thy holy service, that alway busied in doing that which is right, we may be uncorrupt dwellers in Thine everlasting tabernacle.]








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