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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.) Ruler of all ages, Who ministerest spiritual food to every soul in due season; grant that we may evermore bless Thee, and faithfully exalt Thy Majesty unto Thine elect. (1.)

Be nigh at hand,* O LORD, to all that call upon Thee in trouble, fulfil the devotion of them that fear Thee, and hear their supplication, that saved by Thee, we may love Thee, and bless Thy holy Name. (1.)

Be nigh at hand,* O LORD, to all that call upon Thee, and fulfil the desire of them that fear Thee, lift up them that fall, and support them that are cast down, that we who are falling headlong into death, may arise safely by Thine uplifting. (11.)

O LORD JESU CHRIST,* Very GOD and Very Man, Who changest not, but art holy in all Thy works, put away from us the unbelief of a doubting mind, and fill our hearts with the gifts of Thy grace, that Thou mayest be confessed and believed to be Very GOD, Who art proved by Thy miracles and holiness to be the SAVIOUR of all men. (11.)

O GOD, (D. C.) long-suffering and of great goodness, be gracious unto us who cease to do evil, and beseech Thy pardon, that when our conduct hath been amended, we may be glad in the bestowal of eternal joys. (1.)








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