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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.

Let Thy merciful ears attend, (Lu.) we beseech Thee, O LORD, to the prayer of Thy humble servants, because with Thee there is propitiation of sins; that Thou mayest not mark our iniquities, but vouchsafe us Thy mercies.

Let Thine ears,* O LORD, unto which our cry and petition is directed, be open unto our prayers, that they may graciously hear us and mercifully answer our petitions. And since there are many mercies with Thee, we pray Thee, O GOD, condemn us not according to the multitude of our iniquities, but quicken with Thy plenteous compassion those who confess and return unto Thee, so as to receive our cry out of the deep, and delivering us from worldly things, receive us in Thy courts into the joy of perpetual gladness. (11.)

O GOD, (D. C.) with Whom is mercy and plenteous redemption, redeem us from our sins, and grant that we may ever obey Thy commandments, in the fulness of holy devotion. (1.)








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