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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.

Remember us, O LORD,* according to the favour Thou bearest unto Thy people; and setting us free from the bondage of sin, save us by the visiting of Thy salvation.

Save us, O LORD our GOD,* and visit us with Thy salvation; and let the teaching of Thy fear, not the punishment of our iniquity, humble us, that we may make our boast in Thy praise, and give thanks unto Thy Name, that Thy goodness may cause us to see the felicity of Thy chosen, and the inheritance of Thy kingdom admit us to praise. (11.)

Remember us, O LORD,* according to the favour Thou bearest unto Thy people; and visit us with Thy salvation, that we who, with our fathers, have done evil before Thee, may be delivered, by Thy restoring grace, from condemnation of original, and the taint of actual sin. (11.)

Save us, O LORD,* Who art the author of our salvation, and gather us out of the nations, Thou Who art the freedom of Thy redeemed and the ransom for their freedom. Grant us therefore, that we who now sorrow at our mingling with evil, may by Thy protection and decree, rejoice in that peacefulness into which Thou bringest Thy saints. (11.)

Bless us, O LORD GOD of Israel,* from everlasting and world without end. Thou Whom the manifold creation praises in manifold variety of nature, remember Thy holy covenant, and let it repent Thee according to the multitude of Thy mercies, that we may wash away with rivers of tears and groanings of heart the wickedness we have committed and the sin which we have incurred with our fathers through the transmission of guilt. Deliver us therefore, O LORD, out of the hand of the spirits that hate us, and redeem us from the craft of our enemies, that we who believe in Thy Word may be defended by the strength of that our belief, and thus the confession of the lowly may ascend to the heights of heaven, and the salvation poured upon us by Thy Word may come to our aid. (11.)

Gather together in mercy,* O LORD, Thy scattered people which Thou didst once deliver in the might of Thine arm, wherewith Thou camest to redeem the world, wherefore Thou art much invoked by them Thou didst redeem; that Thou Who didst vouchsafe to be made weak as man for our sakes, mayest stablish us men with the protection of Thy Godhead. (11.)

O GOD,* Who purifiest the hearts of them that confess to Thee, and loosest the self-accusing conscience from every bond of sin, grant pardon unto Thy servants and bestow upon their bodies the wholesome medicine of heavenly grace. (11.)

Remember us, (D. C.) O LORD, with Thy favour, and teach us to do righteousness always, and make us ever to boast in Thy praise, and to bless Thee, O GOD of Israel, from everlasting and world without end. (1.)








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