Look upon me, and be merciful unto me, as you do unto those that love your name.
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Augustine of Hippo
131. He still prayeth. He hath opened his mouth, and drawn in the Spirit; but he still knocketh in prayer unto the Father, and seeketh: he drinketh, but the more sweet he findeth it, the more eagerly doth he thirst. Hear the words of him in his thirst. "O look Thou upon me," he saith, "and be merciful unto me: according to the judgment of those that love Thy Name" (ver. 132): that is, according to the judgment Thou has dealt unto all who love Thy Name; since Thou hast first loved them, to cause them to love Thee. For thus saith the Apostle John, "We love God, because He first loved us."
Judgment. Or custom, (Calmet) as thou art wont to treat such. (Worthington)
Let us not be looked upon as criminals. (Calmet)
The just are persuaded, that God will not reject the humble, (Berthier) according to the opinion (sententiam) of (Chaldean)