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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,* begotten before the morning star, Who wast before the beginning of every creature, we pray and beseech Thee that as Thou, sitting at the right hand of the FATHER, hast put Thine enemies under Thy feet, so Thou mayest make us meet for Thy service, doing away with the dominion of sin. (5.)

Almighty GOD,* FATHER of Glory, Who hast raised from the dead our LORD JESUS CHRIST, setting Him at Thy right hand above every principality and power; arouse in us the love of all manner of holiness, that the first-fruits of our spirits may be assigned to Him alone, Who arising from the dead overcame with His own might the power of death. (11.)

JESU, SAVIOUR of the world, (C.) made for ever a King and Priest after the order of Melchizedek, set us, of Thine unspeakable mercy, at Thy right hand in the Judgment, and numbering us amongst the blessed of Thy FATHER, cause us to possess the kingdom of heaven. (5.)








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