Folio 42r

Miscellaneous prayers, mainly to Jesus Christ, continued.

Prayer, Sancta trinitas sacrum, continued.



The author praises God, asking for himself and his wife that their troubles may be turned to joy. He addresses God by several names and asks him to hear and help him; to save and redeem him; to deliver him from need, from his enemies, visible and invisible, and from an early death, that he may praise and glorify God.


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misero et socia mea interpelle patrem et filium et spi\ritum sanctum exaudi exaudi me miserum et indignum\ peccatorem ad te clamantem et converte omnes neces\sitates nostras et omnes tribulaciones nostras in gau\dium exultacionis eterne in proximo die ut unus\ benedicam te domine, on [o] bono [bone], on [o] piissime, on [o]\ sanctissime per hoc admirabile nomen tuum ki\rios adonay exaudi me et fiat pax in virtute\ tua mecum, on [o] adonay per quem omnia sanata\ sunt adiuva me, on [o] adonay per quem omnia sal\vata sunt, salva me on [o], adonay, per quem omnia li\berata sunt libera me creaturam tuam ab omnibus an\gustiis et necessitatibus meis hostibus visibilibus\ et invisibilibus et insuper de iuventute mortis\ articulo ut te laudem et glorificem deum vivum et\ verum qui omnia potes per cuncta secula seculorum. Amen.\

Prayer, Deus qui contritorum.



A prayer to God (see folio 248r; SM, p 408; SME, 2, pp 111-12) for the troubled in heart.


Deus qui contritorum non despicis genci\um [gemitum] et merencium non spernis affectum\ adesto precibus meis quesumus [quas] pieta\ti tue pro tribulacione mea effundo te implorans\ ut me clementer suscipias soloque bonitatis\



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