Meditations on Psalm Li & Part of Psalm XXXI in Latin with an English Translation by E.H. Perowne

Meditations on Psalm Li & Part of Psalm XXXI in Latin with an English Translation by E.H. Perowne

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...ames i. x." a l Tim. ii.. 9 l S that law of love with the which no iniquity can dwell. Thou hast once blotted out my iniquity; yet again hast Thou blotted it out; Thou hast washed me a thousand times. Yet wash me from my iniquity; for l have fallen again. Dost Thou spare a sinful man up to a certain number of sinsP When Peter asked Thee, How often shall my brother sin against me and I forgive himP until seven timeslP Thou answeredst, I say not unto thee until seven times, but until seventy times seven-taking the definite number for an infinite number. Wilt Thou then cut off Thy forgiveness from manP Is not God greater than manP Is He not better than manP May rather, God is a great Lord, and every man lz'vz'1zg is alz'oget/zer va1zz'l;/2; and God alone is good, and every man a liar3. Hast Thou not said, In whatsoever day the sinner shall mourn because of his sins, I will not remember all his iniquities any moreP Behold, I, a sinner, do mourn, because my wounds are corrupt through my foolishnessl. I am become miserable and am utterly bowed down. All the day long in sorrow do I approach unto Thee. I am afflicted and greatly cast down, I roar for the disquietude of my heart. Lord, all my desire is before Thee, and my groaning is not hid from Thee. My heart is sore troubled within me; my strength is departed from me, and the very sight of my eyes is with me no more. Why then, O Lord, dost Thou 1 Matt. xviii. 21, 22. g Ps. xxxix. 11. a Rom. iii. 4. not blot out mine iniquityP Though Thou hast already blotted it out according to the multitude of Thy compassions, wash me yet more throughly from my ini quity; for as yet I am not perfectly cleansed; perfect Thine own work. Take away all my offence; take l Ps. xxxviii. 5-1o. The Vulg. has...show more

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  • Paperback | 38 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 86g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236968441
  • 9781236968449