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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 merciful LORD,* Who understandest the groaning of the contrite heart before it is expressed, make us, we pray Thee, the Temple of the PARACLETE, to the end that we may merit to be crowned with the shield of celestial mercy. Through. (1.)

Our King and our GOD,* repel from our hearts the night of error and ignorance, so that renewing us into a new man, Thou mayest in the morning hear our voice. Grant that we may very early by good works present ourselves to Thee, and vouchsafe that we may contemplate Thee in the Sacrament of Thy Resurrection. (11.)

O GOD,* Who hatest all that work iniquity, fill us with the strength of Thy love; that they may at some time turn to Thee and bitterly lament their sin, who now speak falsely against Thee. (11.)

O LORD,* the expectation of our salvation, receive the prayers of them that call upon Thee: Thou that art the discoverer of hidden things, give ear to the hidden cry of the heart; that those things which we tremble to have committed and blush to confess, Thou, our King, mayest forgive of Thy clemency, and blot out of Thy goodness; so that our supplication may arise to Thee in the morning, and the good gifts of Thy mercy may descend on us right early. (11.)

[O our King and GOD, lead us in Thy righteousness because of our enemies, (D. C.) and direct my way in Thy sight, that Thou mayest ever rejoice and dwell in us, who are crowned with the shield of Thy goodwill. Through. (1.)]








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