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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 us, O LORD, according to Thy precept,* to abstain from wrong judgment; and to minister to the needs of the poor, that we may attain to be joined unto the number of Thy children. (1.)

O CHRIST, our GOD,* make us ever ready to aid the poor and needy, and to keep Thy law, that abounding in works of mercy, we may become the fellows of the heavenly citizens. Through. (11.)

Arise, O LORD,* Who judgest the earth, and as Thou dwellest in loving ownership of the faith of all nations, suffer us not to abide in darkness, but cause us to see the light of Thy truth, that we may build the foundations of our faith not upon the sand, which the whirlwind may cast down, but on the rock, whose strength Thou art. Through. (11.)

Arise, O GOD,* and judge the earth, that Thou Who rulest over all the Gentiles mayest be believed by those who crucified Thee, to have risen again, that the two nations may unite in love, when Thou bindest the circumcision and the uncircumcision together in the bond of Christian faith. Through. (11.)

Arise,* O GOD, Who judgest the earth, and rule with Thine arm of might those whom Thou hast vouchsafed to purchase by the victory of the Cross, and let the devout thanksgiving of them for whom the shedding of Thy precious Blood serves as redemption be offered unto Thee. And let us, who believe in Thy Passion for our redemption, who confess Thy glorious Resurrection, and proclaim Thine Ascension to the heavens, and await in awe Thy coming in terrible return, hasten joyfully to Thine Advent when the trumpet shall sound. And Thou, O most merciful LORD, deliver from the burnings of hell those whom Thou seest thus celebrating Thy holy rites, and grant that we may be partakers of a glorious resurrection. Through Thy mercy. (11.)

O GOD, (D. C.) from Whom every good work proceedeth and is strong, justify us with the spirit of righteousness and strength, that never giving wrong judgment, nor accepting the persons of the ungodly, we may alway strive to do that which is right and pleasing unto Thee. Through. (1.)








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