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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 Maker of heaven,* Creator of earth, to Whom all the earth payeth the melody of a new song, we beseech Thee, that as we humbly confess Thee reigning from the Tree, so leaving behind us all Gentile error, we may with keen perception await the glory of Thy future coming. (5.)

O GOD, Maker of heaven,* and Creator of earth, to Whom all the earth payeth the melody of a new song, we pray Thee, that Thy people, obedient unto Thee, may persevere in righteousness and truth, and that we who have sinned through negligence may be mercifully corrected by Thee. (1.)

Let all the earth sing a new song unto Thee,* O LORD, because Thou hast redeemed the whole world through the Blood of Thy SON our LORD JESUS CHRIST; so that we, who are buried with Him in His death, may rejoice together with Him in unbounded joy. (11.)

Let the multitude of the redeemed sing unto Thee.* Thou hast wrought new wonders; new light hath sprung forth from the Virgin; which, however, was not new unto the Godhead, but was new in the display of an unwonted marvel, the new mystery of regeneration, whereby Thou renewest the world; new kinds of power in the healing of the sick, a new mode of humility and patience amidst the pride of the oppressors, a new and wondrous kind of power in the glory of the Resurrection, a new exercise of Thy Majesty displayed to human sight, when Thou borest very Man to the heights of heaven. Grant, on behalf of them for whom Thou, O glorious Artist, hast wrought such new marvels, that they may be followers of Thy steps and co-heirs of Thy glory, and that Thou wouldst mingle our voices with the applaudings of the Saints in the melody of song. (11.)

O GOD, (D. C.) Who hast made the heavens, and art terrible above all gods; grant that we, with the help of Thy mercy, may appease Thy face with the beauty of confession, that purified from the defilement of our sins, we may with pure mind and voice alway sing unto Thee, O LORD. (1.)








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