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Father, with St. Paul, we persevere in praying <br>
Father, with St. Paul, we persevere in praying <br>
and asking that we may be filled with the knowledge of Your will <br>
that we may be filled with the knowledge of Your will <br>
through all spiritual wisdom and understanding <br>
through the gifts of spiritual wisdom and understanding <br>
to walk in a manner worthy of Your Son, our Lord, <br>
so that we may walk in a manner worthy of Your Son, our Lord, <br>
so as to be fully pleasing, in every good work bearing fruit <br>
becoming fully pleasing to you, bearing fruit in every good work,<br>
and growing in the knowledge your Spirit gives us, <br>
and growing in the knowledge your Spirit gives us.
strengthened with every power, in accord with Your glorious might, <br>
 
for all endurance and patience, <br>
May we be strengthened with every power, <br>
with joy giving thanks to You, Father, who have made us fit to share <br>
in accord with Your glorious might, <br>
in the inheritance of the holy ones in light. <br>
especially the power to patiently endure all things, <br>
giving thanks to You with joy, Father, <br>
who have made us fit to share <br>
in the inheritance of the holy ones in light.


You have delivered us from the power of darkness <br>
You have delivered us from the power of darkness <br>
and transferred us to the Kingdom of Your beloved Son, <br>
and have transferred us to the Kingdom of Your beloved Son, <br>
in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins. <br>
in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.


We thank You and bless You and praise You today through <br>
We thank You and bless You and praise You today through <br>

Latest revision as of 14:57, 6 August 2012

Derived from Colossians 1:9-14.

Father, with St. Paul, we persevere in praying
that we may be filled with the knowledge of Your will
through the gifts of spiritual wisdom and understanding
so that we may walk in a manner worthy of Your Son, our Lord,
becoming fully pleasing to you, bearing fruit in every good work,
and growing in the knowledge your Spirit gives us.

May we be strengthened with every power,
in accord with Your glorious might,
especially the power to patiently endure all things,
giving thanks to You with joy, Father,
who have made us fit to share
in the inheritance of the holy ones in light.

You have delivered us from the power of darkness
and have transferred us to the Kingdom of Your beloved Son,
in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.

We thank You and bless You and praise You today through
this same Christ, our Lord.

Amen.