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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.) Author of all goodness, Who exaltest all meekness that humbly confesseth Thee, grant that as Thou makest the Saints to be joyful in glory, so Thou wouldst vouchsafe to keep the present Church undefiled by the pleasures of this world. (1.)

We sing unto Thee,* O LORD, in the Church of the Saints, and make our thanksgiving unto Thee. Grant us to set forth Thy praises, that task wherein we believe we shall obtain an eternal reward. (11.)

Let Thy praise,* O LORD, resound in the congregation of the Saints, and the heart of the faithful ever rejoice in Thee, let the faithful people exult with joy in the merits of the Saints, and let us who utter praise in Thine honour, obtain the promised joys with all Thy Saints. (11.)

O LORD, (D. C.) Who hast made us, grant us that loving Thee, we may rejoice and be glad in Thee, that Thy pleasure may be in us, and Thou mayest exalt us to the salvation of everlasting blessedness. (1.)








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