Prayers Ancient and Modern 3/28

O God, my God, I am all weakness, but Thou art my Strength; I am ever anew bowed down by any trial, but Tliou canst and wiliest to lift me up. Let me not fail, O God my Strength; let me not be discouraged, O God, my Hope. Draw me each day, if it be but a little nenrer unto Thee; make me, each day, if it be but a little less unlike Thee; let me do or bear each day something, for love of Thee, whereby I may be titter for Thee. Let no day pass without my having done something pleasing unio Thee, Thus alone would I live, that I may live more unto Thee; thus would I die. longing to love Thee more—Amen.

E. B. Pusey

O God, the Shepherd of all Thy people, deliver the same from all sins which do assail them, that so they may ever be pleasing in Thy sight, and safe under Thy shelter; for Christ’s sake—Amen.

Roman Breviary

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