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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.

Make us Thy servants,* O LORD, to love Thy fiery word, to drive out the filth of our sins with its heat, and to kindle in us the light of knowledge. (1.)

Righteous art Thou,* O LORD, and true is Thy judgment; deliver us Thine humble servants from all trouble and heaviness, that we may become blessed by meditating on Thy commandments. (1.)

Grant us,* O LORD, to take in with more eager understanding the righteousness of Thy testimonies, that what folly slays within us, wisdom sent by Thee may quicken again. (11.)

Righteous art Thou,* O LORD, Who though innocent wast unjustly condemned for our sakes,* and therefore we beseech Thee that Thou, Who wast punished without any fault of Thine, wouldst absolve us from the guilt of our sins. (11.)








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