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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.

Teach us, (Lu.) O LORD, to resist our hurtful sins with spiritual weapons, lest made subject to earthly vanity, we be drawn from the governance of Thy law. (1.)

O GOD,* Captain and Teacher of our victory, grant us to become able to resist and overcome all our adversaries, and send down Thine hand from above to protect us amidst the storms of this world, that we may magnify Thy holy Name; saying, Blessed is the people whose GOD is the LORD. (1.)

O GOD,* Who deliveredst Thy most blessed Martyr Clement from the counsel of the ungodly, taking him out of many waters, and making him victorious in all his sufferings, deliver us from the hand of strange children, that our life may not lie exposed to hurt from the enemies that lie in wait, and that their cruel pride may not be merry over the fall of our ruin, but we, girt with Thy sword, may here boldly overcome opposition, and at last attain unto Thee unwounded and happy. (11.)

Send down Thine hand, we beseech Thee, (D. C.) O LORD, from the heavens above, and deliver us from the hands of our enemies, visible and invisible, and from all peril of evil, that when all our adversities have been quieted we may joyfully sing the hymn of victory unto Thee our LORD GOD. (1.)








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