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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.

Be Thou, O LORD,* our helper and defender, as we put our trust in Thee, and remembering that Thou hast made us of the earth, grant that we may ever live in heavenly praise. (1)

Remember us, O LORD,* and bless us, and lest we should turn from Thee in forgetfulness of mind, bring us back to think on Thee, and as Thou didst deliver Israel out of Egypt in type, so vouchsafe to separate us from the pollution of the world. (11.)

O LORD,* Who sitting on high in the heavens, holdest and guidest the powers of earth, give glory to Thy Name, give pardon to sinners, and whatever we dare to hope from Thy mercy, let us drink in verily that we ask, that Thy mercy may keep idols afar from the congregation of Thy Church, and Thy truth may convert doubting hearts to the knowledge of Thy worship. Add, we pray Thee, O LORD, Thy blessing upon Thy people, and on their sons’ sons, Who art salvation unto life eternal to them that fear Thee; grant the crown which Thou hast promised, that we may not be cast out from Thy blessing, as dead in sins, but made partakers of life, may praise Thy Name for evermore. (11.)








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