For your name's sake, O LORD, pardon my iniquity; for it is great.
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Augustine of Hippo
11. "For Thy Name's sake, O Lord, Thou wilt be favourable to my sin; for it is manifold" (ver. 11). Thou hast not only forgiven my sins, which I committed before I believed; but also to my sin, which is manifold, since even in the way there is no lack of stumbling, Thou wilt be made favourable by the sacrifice of a troubled spirit. ...
Great. "Original sin is common to all, and will not be washed away, except God be pleased to destroy it in baptism. "(St. Jerome)
David had committed adultery; and all must acknowledge their manifold guilt. (Calmet)
Though the guilt had been remitted, the punishment due to David's crime was to be endured in this life, and he ought daily to pray for pardon. (Berthier)
The aversion from God in sin is great, and standeth in need of his gracious remission. (Worthington) ...