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Serve the Lord with fear

André Gozier considers the work of the Divine Office

“WE BELIEVE that the divine pres­ence is everywhere, and that the eyes of the Lord behold the good and the evil in every place. Especially do we believe this without any doubt when we are assisting at the work of God.

“Let us remember what the prophet says: ‘Serve the Lord with fear’ (Psalm 2.11), and again, ‘Sing praises to God’ (Psalm 47.6), and ‘I give you thanks, O Lord, with my whole heart; before the gods I sing your praise’ (Psalm 138.1). There­fore let us ...

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