The Savior – Prayer

God of all grace,
You have give me a Savior
produce in me a faith to live by Him,
to make him all my desire, all my hope, all my glory.

May I enter Him as my refuge,
build on Him as my foundation,
walk in Him as my way,
follow Him as my guide,
conform to Him as my example,
receive His instructions as my prophet,
rely on Him intercession as my high priest,
obey Him as my king.

My I never be ashamed of Him or His words,
but joyfully bear His reproach,
never count it a glory if I take it patiently,
when buffeted for a fault,
never make the multitude my model,
never delay when Your Word invites me to advance.

May Your dear Son preserve me from this present evil world,
so that its smile never allure,
nor its frowns terrify,
nor its vices defile,
nor its errors delude me.

May I feel that I am a stranger and a pilgrim on earth,
declaring plainly that I seek a country,
my title to it becoming daily more clear,
my meetness for it more perfect,
my foretastes of it more abundant;
and whatsoever I do may it be done in the Savior’s name.

– Valley of Vision

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One Response to The Savior – Prayer

  1. Bobby Perez says:

    One comes back from Europe aghast at having seen how lives as graciously cultured as ours, but rooted only in time and property and reputation, and self-deluded by a mild veneer of religious respectability but unprepared by the amazing life of commitment to the Eternal in holy obedience, are now doomed to hopeless, hopeless despair. For if you will accept as normal life only what you can understand, then you will try only to expel the dull, dead weight of Destiny, of inevitable suffering which is a part of normal life, and never come to terms with it or fit your soul to the collar and bear the burden of your suffering which must be borne by you, or enter into the divine education and drastic discipline of sorrow, or rise radiant in the sacrament of pain.

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