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Prayer for the week

Ian Robins uses a prayer attributed to King Henry VI

O Lord Jesus Christ, who hast created and redeemed me,  and hast brought me unto that which now I am, thou knowest what thou wouldst do with me; do with me according to thy will; for thy tender mercy's sake. Amen.

Attributed to King Henry VI (1421-71), and translated from the Latin by Eric Milner-White (1884-1963)
 

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