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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 most Almighty LORD GOD, Who art praised by the mouth of all nations,* we beseech Thee to enlarge our soul with Thy truth, and to confirm Thy mercy upon us. (1.)

Confirm Thy mercy upon us, O LORD,* that with all nations we may praise Thee in Thine own presence for evermore, and saved by Thy truth, may alway abide with Thee in Thine eternal Kingdom. (11.)

O LORD, the FATHER Almighty, (D. C.) cause us ever to offer fitting praise unto Thy majesty, confirm Thy mercy upon us, lest any taint of sin should corrupt our soul, that Thy Truth, Consubstantial with Thee, may abide with us for ever. (5.)








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