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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 Protection of all believers, keep Thy Church from the gathering together of the froward,* who strive to assault it with secret arrows; that holding to Thee with a sound and right mind, it may always rejoice in the merits of the Saints. (1.)

Protect us, O LORD, from the gathering together of our froward enemies,* Thou Who didst bear the reproach of the Cross; that they who whetted their tongues as a sword against Thee, won over by the most healthful gift of Thy grace, may be swallowed up by the eating of the Church. (11.)

Deliver my soul, O LORD, from fear of the enemy, and save it from the gathering together of the froward,* that as it hath been brought out of the horrible pit by the wound of Thy Passion, it may, believing in Thee, be led to the freedom of everlasting glory. (11.)

GOD vouchsafe to grant us,* that we, freed from the arrows of the enemy, delivered from the bow of falsehood, may be guarded by Him Who giveth all His Saints the glory of immortality for their hope of salvation. (2.)








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