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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.

O LORD, (Lu.) we make our prayer unto Thee with a lowly voice, beseeching Thy lovingkindness, that by Thy help Who art our Hope, we may obtain with Thine elect a portion in the land of the living. (1.)

Mercifully be at hand to help us,* O LORD, as we pour forth our prayer in Thy sight, be Thou our protector, Who art our Redemption. Guide our understandings with Thy goodness, and oversee our paths with Thy calm wisdom, that we may in such wise pass quickly in our longing for Thee through the snares hidden in this way of Thine wherein we walk, that we may hurry with the step of faith into a region pleasant unto Thee. (11.)

Bring our soul out of trouble,* O LORD,* Who didst for us bear spitting and stripes, that brought out of the prison of this world, we may sing with due praise after our departure the triumphs of Thy Cross. (11.)

We humbly pray and beseech Thee,* O LORD, that Thou wouldst receive the voice of our cry, and bringing us out of the prison of the grave, cause us to be carried from death thither where Thou didst prepare a shining dwelling and repose for the thief on the Cross. (5.)

Cause us, O LORD, (D. C.) to avoid the hidden snares of our enemies in the way of this present life wherein we walk, that they who persecute us may not prevail, but depart free from us, at Thy command. (1.)








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