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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.

Vouchsafe,* O LORD, to look down from Thy holy heaven upon the children of men, and give us to know the way of peace; that we, being set free from the hard captivity of vice, may enjoy the habitations of the heavenly Jerusalem. (1.)

O JESU,* ineffable WORD of the Almighty FATHER, Whom the hearts of men therefore believe not to be very GOD, because in their own souls they are altogether become abominable; we pray and beseech Thee that they also may know Thee like as we know Thee; that they may so be joined to Thy faithful people by the profession of a true faith, as entirely to rejoice that they have their portion and inheritance among the redeemed. Amen. Through Thy mercy (11.)

The LORD grant to each of us that,* being made a Jacob by supplanting all vice, and turned into a true Israel, he may merit to embrace the LORD with his whole heart: to Whom, with the FATHER and the HOLY GHOST, is honour and glory to age of ages. Amen.

[O LORD,* make us ever believe and call upon Thy Name, that we may not think with the heart of the fools, who cry with unbelieving voice, There is no GOD. Turn the corruption of their mind unto the truth of the faithful, that their wickedness may not overcome those faithful, but that the faithful may win them by the doctrine of love, that they may eschew their abominable heresy, and together with the faithful may in a pure heart believe and confess the essence of the Trinity, so as to be numbered with the generation of the righteous, and with Thy Saints enjoy the glory of blessedness. Through Thy mercy (11.)

[O GOD the FATHER, (D. C.) turn everlasting captivity away from Thy people, and, we pray Thee, grant us peace in Him Who maketh both one, peace wherein our mortal Jacob may rejoice in the flesh, until, becoming Israel, we shall attain to behold Thee, O GOD. (1.)]








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