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Miscellaneous prayers and invocations, continued.

Invocation and prayer, Dominus, Deus, Unigenitus, continued.



It contains biblical texts (Apocalypse, 22:13; Job, 10:7; Luke, 4:30; Exodus, 15:16) and asks that Christ may have mercy on his servant and make him supreme over his enemies


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+ Satisfaciens + Letuel + Adonay + Eleyson +\ Ymas, + Emanuel, + Agyos, + Yskiros +\ Otheos + Hely, + Hely, + Lamazaba\tham + Ihesus + Nazarenus, + Rex Judeorum,\ + Fili dei miserere mei, + ,N, famuli tui + Mar\cus, + Matheus + Lucas, + Johannes + Ego\ sum + Alpha, et omega + Primus et novissimus,\ + Finis qui fui ante principium mundi et ero\ in seculum seculi et non est qui de manu tua possit\ eruere + Ihesus autem transiens per medium illorum\ ibat, + Christus vincit, + Christus regnat, + Christus im\perat, + Christus imperare dignetur me esse triumphatorem\ omnium adversariorum meorum. Fiant immobiles qua\si lapis donec pertranseat populus tuus domine donec\ pertranseat populus tuus iste quem possedisti. Irruat\ super eos formido et pavor in magnitudine bra\chii tui + Hya + Fera, + Et sta + In gla\dio aut in quolibet genere ferri cum timore + Et\ amore + In honore et virtute + Patris +\ Et filii, + Et spiritus sancti + Amen.

Introduction to the invocation and prayer, Domine deus sicut.



Whoever carries this text on his person, or reads it, or looks at it ...


Quicumque super\ se portaverit vel in die legerit vel respexerit et similiter\



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