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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.

Grant,* O awful GOD, effectual working to the thoughts which confess Thee, that we, enlightened from the everlasting hills, may, while we look for the glory of Thy Resurrection, be free from shame in the Judgment to come. Who livest.

To Thee,* O GOD the FATHER, the thought of Thine Only-begotten maketh confession; while His Manhood, by lowly obedience, brings back to Thee that which Adam lost through pride. Therefore vouchsafe to bruise our hearts, that by Thy training we may keep this solemn season fitly unto Thee. Amen. Through. (11.)

O CHRIST,* SON of GOD, Whose dwelling is mighty in Sion, turn our hearts unto Thee, that set on its watch-tower, we may in faith confess that Thou wast beaten, scourged, and condemned to death for us; that Thou, Who in time didst suffer for the ungodly, mayest be praised throughout eternity by the faithful. Amen. Through. (11.)

O GOD, (D. C.) the Searcher of deeds and hearts, to Whom every thought of man maketh confession, strengthen the weakness of our minds by the might of Thy blessing, that we may think such things as be just and holy, and by a good life pay our faithful vows to Thee, our LORD GOD. Through.








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