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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.

Set a watch, (Lu.) O LORD, before our mouth, that we utter not idle things, that reproved by Thy mercy, we may be defended from all scandals and wickedness. (1.)

O LORD GOD,* offering unto Thee the evening festival of praise on the day of our holy solemnity, we beseech Thee to bow down Thy merciful ear to the prayers of Thy humble people. Let the prayer of my supplication be sweet incense in Thy sight; let the lifting up of my hands be an evening sacrifice. Let this be profitable to Thy servants, O LORD, for their sure protection, that in every hour and every season we may be guarded in our daily acts and watched in our nightly sleep by the gift of Thy mercy. (11.)

O GOD,* Whose Name is praised from the rising to the setting of the sun, let our prayer be set forth in Thy sight as the incense, and the lifting up of our hands, as an evening sacrifice, fulfil the solemnity. (11.)

Hearken to our voice, (D. C.) O LORD, as we cry unto Thee, reprove us, not in anger, but in mercy when we sin, set a watch before our mouth, and suffer not our heart to incline to words of sin and wickedness, but cause our tongue to rejoice evermore in Thy glorious praise. (1.)








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