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PRAISE

Now unto Him that is able to do
exceeding abundantly
above all that we ask or think,
according to the power that worketh
in us,
to Him be glory
in the Church in Christ
unto all generations
world without end. Amen.
125Blessed, and praised, and celebrated,
and magnified, and exalted, and glorified,
and hallowed,
be Thy Name, O Lord,
its record, and its memory,
and every memorial of it;
for the all‑honourable senate of the
Patriarchs,
the ever‑venerable band of the
Prophets,
the all‑glorious college of the Apostles,
the Evangelists,
the all‑illustrious army of the Martyrs,
the Confessors,
the assembly of Doctors,
the Ascetics,
the beauty of Virgins,
for Infants the delight of the world,—

for their faith, their hope,
their labours, their truth;
their blood, their zeal,
their diligence, their tears,
their purity; their beauty.

Glory to Thee, O Lord, glory to Thee,
glory to Thee who didst glorify them,
among whom we too glorify Thee.
126Great and marvellous are Thy works,
Lord, the God Almighty;
just and true are Thy ways,
O King of Saints.
Who shall not fear Thee, O Lord,
and glorify Thy Name?
for Thou only art holy,
for all the nations shall come and worship
before Thee,
for Thy judgments are made manifest.
Praise our God, all ye His servants,
and ye that fear Him,
both small and great,
Alleluia,
for the Lord God Omnipotent reigneth;
let us be glad and rejoice, and give honour
to Him.
Behold the tabernacle of God is with men,
and He will dwell with them;
and they shall be His people,
and God Himself shall be with them,
and shall wipe away all tears from
their eyes.
And there shall be no more death;
neither crying, neither pain any more,
for the former things are passed away.

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