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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.

Make us, O LORD, like a most fruitful tree,* planted in Thy garden; and vouchsafe that we, being watered by the showers of Thy grace, may bring forth to Thee plenteousness of fruit in due season. Through (1.)

O LORD GOD,* with Whom is the fulness of salvation and the perfection of blessedness; Grant that we may pass our time both by day and by night in the meditation of Thy law, so that, like a fruitful tree planted by the rivers of Thy grace, we may bring forth fruit here, and may be crowned with glory hereafter. (11.)

Grant,* O LORD, that we, meditating on Thy law with our whole hearts, may bring forth that fruit which Thy saints and Confessors bore in their several generations: so that we, following their example here, may be partakers of their glory hereafter. (11.)

[O GOD, (D. C.) the author of all good things, replenish us, we beseech Thee, with Thy grace, that our will may ever be directed in Thy law, that, by Thine inspiration, we may so meditate in it day and night, as to attain the fruit of everlasting joy. (1.)]








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