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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.

Forgive, O LORD, the offences of Thy people, and show us Thy mercy, to lead us, with righteousness going before, in the way of peace.* Through. (1.)

Turn us, O GOD of our salvation,* and take away Thy wrath from us, and grant Thy people that peace which Thou speakest, that they may rejoice in Thee, and understanding Thy salvation by Thy safe-keeping, may learn Thy mercy in prosperous seasons and receive Thy loving-kindness in the plenteousness of fruits. (11.)

Turn Thy face, O LORD,* from our sins, and put away all Thy wrath and anger from us; grant peace unto Thy Church, and mercifully blot out all our iniquities, put away the guilt of our pleasures from before Thine eyes, and graciously lend Thine ear to our confessions, and grant us the medicine of pardon. (11.)

Show us Thy mercy, O LORD,* and fill Thy people with gladness as it waits for Thee, that Thou mayest do away the offence of Thy servants, and assuaged from Thine indignation mayest cover our sins. (11.)

O LORD GOD, (D. C.) we humbly intreat Thy mercy, do away the offence of Thy people, put from us the wrath of Thine indignation, quicken us with Thy loving power and Thy strong right hand, that Thy people may rejoice in Thee with peace both now and evermore. Through. (1.)








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