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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.

Multiply Thy strength, (Lu.) O LORD, in the souls of Thy humble servants, that while we ever worship Thee in Thy holy temple, we may together with Thy holy angels rejoice in beholding Thee. (1.)

If I walk in the midst of our trouble,* O LORD, quicken us, and stretch forth Thine hand upon the furiousness of mine enemies, and save us by Thy right hand, Who didst conquer the world by the immovable standard of the Cross, so that, mightily delivered by Thee from the powers of the air in this world, we may with triumph and rejoicing seek the inmost courts of heaven. (11.)

O LORD JESU CHRIST, (D. C.) Way of them that walk aright, correct us when we stray from Thee in the way of iniquity, that we may abandon the way of error and be led by Thee under Thine own guidance, in the way of life everlasting. (5.)








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