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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.

Show the light of Thy Countenance upon us,* O LORD, and vouchsafe us Thy perpetual blessing; that giving thanks to. Thee in holy fear, we may attain to win the fruit of righteousness before the face of Thy majesty. Through. (1.)

Let all the people praise Thee, O GOD,* Thy prizes which Thou hast redeemed; and let them who were subject to punishment for unbelief, rejoice in being saved by Thy free grace. (11.)

Show the light of Thy Countenance upon us,* O LORD, and pour Thy blessing abundantly into our breasts; that our hearts, bedewed with the gladness of Thy light, may know Thy way upon earth, and be glad in the full knowledge of the holy faith among all nations. (11.)

Knowing Thy way on earth,* O LORD, and Thy saving health among all nations, we confess that CHRIST the LORD is both the Way and the Country, by Whom we pass on aright, and come to the fullest attainment. (2.)

O GOD, (D. C.) Who hast mercy on all; O GOD, Light of light and Fount of brightness; show the light of Thy merciful Countenance upon us, bless us, and make us to know Thy way on earth, that, walking therein without offence, rejoicing and being glad, we may reach the heavenly mansion. (9.)








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