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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.

We beseech Thee, O LORD, to bestow upon us the ineffable bounty of Thy sweetness; to the end that,* while we seek for Thy truth, we may overcome all the temptations of pride. Through (1.)

Turn us, O GOD our Protector, from our crooked ways, and grant that we may,* without fear, dwell in the land of our inheritance; and having set us free from sin, govern us by faith, so that we may neither be extolled by worldly prosperity, nor disturbed by the tribulation of our envious enemy, nor clouded by the darkness of our sins; but that, ever hoping in Thee, we may rejoice in that Thou showest the light of Thy countenance upon us. Amen. Through Thy mercy (11.)

Deliver, O LORD,* the souls of Thy servants from their distresses; and since they do put their trust in Thy righteousness, shut them not up in the hands of their adversaries; but look upon our humility, and give us refuge in Thy strong city, Who didst die to this end, that Thou mightest overcome hell, and that we might attain heavenly glory in Thy most holy city. Amen. Through Thy mercy (11.)

[O LORD JESU CHRIST,* let not the strength of Thy Church fail, we pray Thee, in her pilgrimage through the poverty of this world; and should the bones of our virtues be consumed for a time, grant that we, uplifted by the example of Thy Passion, may never fall into the snares of the enemy. (11.)

O GOD, (D. C.) the Hope and Salvation of the faithful, let not us, who put our trust in Thee, be put to confusion eternally, but graciously bow down Thy merciful ears to us fallen sinners who cry unto Thee; and of Thy goodness, justify us through remission of our debts and pardon of our sins, and save us through Thine unspeakable confession. Through (1.)]








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