Prayers Ancient and Modern 10/27

May my whole being, O God, be one thanksgiving unto Thee, may all within me praise Thee and love Thee; for all which Thou hast forgiven, and for all which Thou hast given; for Thine unknown hidden blessings, and for those which, in my negligence or thoughtlessness, I passed over; for any and every gift of nature or of grace; for my power of loving; for all blessings within and without; and for all which Thou hast yet in store for me; for everything whereby Thou hast drawn me to Thyself, whether joy or sorrow; for all whereby Thou willest to make me Thine own for ever—Amen.

E. B. Pusey.

I Will whatsoever Thou willest; I will because Thou willest; I will in that manner Thou willest; I will as long as Thou willest—Amen.

Treasury of Devotion, 1869.

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