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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,* Who commandest us alway to love our enemies, and to keep Thy law, enlighten the eyes of our heart, that by Thy constant help we may obey Thee, and be delivered from evil works. (1.)

Grant us help,* O LORD, to avoid the hate of the ungodly, and to overcome the deceit of the trangressors. Be the defender of them that trust in Thy Word, and receive the lowly according to Thy promise, that we may be enabled to keep Thy statutes, to fear Thy judgments, and to obtain pardon for our offences. (11.)

Help us,* O LORD, and we shall be safe, for if Thou leave off, it is destruction, and if Thou be near, fulness of life. (11.)

We beseech Thee,* O LORD, that pierced with Thy fear, and with the lamp of Thy holy light going before us, we may be loosed from the cords of sin, and made Thy portion, be strong enough to walk in that way which delivers us from the punishment of the wicked and makes us co-heirs with the Angels. (1.)








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