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  • Lord, in every need let me come to You with humble trust saying, "Jesus, help me."
    In all my doubts, perplexities, and temptations, Jesus, help me…


    Adapted from a prayer from the Real Presence Association
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    thank you for giving me
    a mind that can know...


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Forsaking dark practices, the wise person should develop the bright, having gone from home to no-home in seclusion, so hard to enjoy. There he should wish for delight, discarding sensuality-- he who has nothing. He should cleanse himself--wise-- of what defiles the mind. end quote
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