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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 GOD, (Lu.) Supreme and Most High power of the heavenly dwellings, grant unto Thy servants that as all things which we behold were created by Thy command, so what Thou enjoinest may be observed under Thy keeping. (1.)

All Thine Angels praise Thee,* O LORD, acknowledging Thee as the Creator, and doubt not that every creature in heaven and earth is preserved and ruled by Thy workmanship. Grant to our souls, therefore, that we may give glory to Thee in all Thy works, and that Thou, the Sun of Righteousness, mayest ever enlighten us with Thy glorious rays, that we, so illumined, may be able to shun the darkness of the night. (11.)

Let all the Angels and Powers praise Thee in the height,* O LORD; let all things which have their origin from Thee their Maker, praise Thee from the earth; so that Thou Who art praised by the united laud of heavenly beings mayest take delight in the service of earthly ones. (11.)

O glorious GOD, (D. C.) worthy of all praise, make us, we beseech Thee, praise Thee worthily with Thine angels and all creation; that Thou mayest unite us in eternal glory to those angel hosts which chant devout praise to Thee for evermore. (1.)








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