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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.

O GOD, the establisher of the world,* to Whom all the plenitude of the earth is obedient: restore us to the innocency of life, that Thou going before us, we may ascend to the mountain of sanctification. Through (1.)

LORD, strong and mighty,* LORD, mighty in battle, cleanse our hearts from all sin, and keep our hands without guilt, and purify our souls from vanity, that we may merit to stand in Thy holy place, and to receive the blessing from the LORD our GOD. Through Thy mercy (11.)

O LORD, the King of Glory,* Who, by the completion and opening of the prophetic oracles, didst, as it were, lift up the eternal gates, and didst return to Thy FATHER’s seat,—because, while Thy Godhead, which had never departed thence, is again there, access is open to the human race,—grant that thither our desires may arise, where our Redeemer has already preceded, and that we may never be detained by the captivity of our lusts on earth, when the Head of our body is already rejoicing with Thee in heaven. Through Thy mercy (11.)

[O LORD of Hosts and King of Glory, (D. C.) purify our conscience, that alway being clean in hands and pure in heart, we may receive blessing and everlasting mercy from Thee. Through (1.)]








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