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PRAYER FOR GRACE

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the works of the flesh,
adultery, fornication, uncleanness,
lasciviousness,
109idolatry, witchcraft,
enmities, strifes,
emulations, heats,
quarrels, parties,
heresies, envyings, murders,
drunkennesses, revellings, and such like.

. . . .

the fruits of the Spirit,
love, joy, peace,
long‑suffering, gentleness, goodness,
faith, meekness, temperance;
the spirit of wisdom, of understanding,
of counsel, of might,
of knowledge, of godliness,
of fear of the Lord:—
and the gifts of the Spirit,
the word of wisdom, of knowledge,
faith, gifts of healing,
working of miracles,
prophecy, discerning of spirits,
kinds of tongues,
interpretation of tongues.
May Thy strong hand, O Lord,1313Vide p. 146, Edition of 1675.
be ever my defence;
110Thy mercy in Christ
my salvation;
Thy all‑veritable word,
my instructor;
the grace of Thy life‑bringing Spirit,
my consolation
all along, and at last.
The Soul of Christ hallow me,
and the Body strengthen me,
and the Blood ransom me,
and the Water wash me,
and the Bruises heal me,
and the Sweat refresh me,
and the Wound hide me.
The peace of God
which passeth all understanding,
keep my heart and thoughts
in the knowledge and the love
of God.


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