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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,* Author of light eternal, bestow abundance of perpetual brightness on them who watch to Thee early, that our lips may praise Thee, our life bless Thee, our morning meditation glorify Thee. (1.)

In the morning we think of Thee,* O LORD, because Thou, giving us Thy light, art our lifter up; for we confess that Thou wast born for us, and under the shadow of Thy wings, protected by Thy Cross, we praise Thee. Grant therefore that we who preach Thy gifts in the Holy Mystery, may enjoy Thee in the best gift of all. (11.)

O LORD,* unto Whom our soul watcheth from the light, grant that we may ever hasten from darkness unto light; that the mist of the mind may utterly pass away, and the fulness of Thy light abide in us. (11.)

We beseech Thee,* O LORD, that watching for Thy light, and ever thirsting for Thee, we may, by Thy bounty, be fulfilled with good works. (1.)

O GOD, our GOD, (D. C.) grant that we may watch unto Thee in prayer from the light of the SPIRIT, and thirst for Thee, that by the gift of Thy grace, our soul may be filled with the marrow and fatness of virtue, whereby, as it clings to Thee, Thy right hand may lift it up unto the heavenly places. (1.)








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