Prayers Ancient and Modern 3/30

O Lord, succor, we beseech Thee, us who are tempted. May nothing induce us to distrust Thy care over us, nor to use Thy gifts to the denial of Thee, their Giver. May we never presume upon Thy protection when we are forsaking Thy paths, and tempting Thee. May we never, for the sake of any supposed gain or advancement, quench the testimony of Thy Spirit, or prove disloyal to Thy service. Do Thou so support us in all temptations that, when we have been tried, we may receive the crown of life, which Thou hast prepared for them that love Thee—Amen.

Henry Alford

O God, the Author of peace and Lover of concord, grant unto us to be so firmly established in the love of thyself, that no trials whatsoever may be able to part us from Thee—Amen.

Roman Breviary

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