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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.

Quicken us,* O LORD, in Thy righteousness, incline our heart unto Thy testimonies, and not to covetousness, give us also understanding that we may know Thy law, and keep it with all our heart and with praiseworthy conversation. (1.)

Turn away our eyes,* O LORD, lest they behold vanity, and quicken us in Thy way, make us hate the world and love CHRIST. (11.)

Make known Thy righteousness unto us,* O LORD, and kindle our hearts with the glow of charity, that we may seek it out, give understanding to our minds, that we may be able to search out the hidden things of Thy law, grant us perfection of faith that we may be able to observe the order of Thy commandments, and in this wise be made both free from sin and heirs of the life of blessedness. (11.)

Incline our heart,* O LORD, unto Thy testimonies, and turn us from evil gazing after vanity, that Thou mayest separate us from earthly love and unite us to heavenly affection. (11.)








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