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Devotions to the body of Christ and the sacrament, continued.

Prayer, Rogo te domine, continued.



... so that he may come by the straight path to Christ's kingdom, where we shall see Christ not through the medium of religious observances, as now, but face to face; when he will be filled from Christ's abundant store, so that he will neither hunger nor thirst throughout eternity.


Burnet Psalter image.  Aberdeen University Library 1998.

cedant procul a presencia maiestatis tue [omnia perversa] ut foris et intus\ munita recto tramite ad regnum tuum perveniam.\ Ubi non in misteriis sicut in hoc tempore agitur sed fa\cie ad faciem te videbimus cum tradideris regnum deo\ patri et deus eris omnia in omnibus tunc enim me de te saci\abis sacietate mirifica ita ut neque esuriam neque sci\ciam ineternum. Amen.

Non intres in iudicium cum ser\vo tuo domine. Quia non iustificabitur in conspectu\ tuo omnis vivens.

Si iniquitates observaveris domine do\mine quis sustinebit.

A porta inferi, erue domine ani\mam meam.

Memento mei domine dum veneris in reg\num tuum.

Introduction to the prayer, Oro domine ut.



Another prayer concerning the sacrament.


Item de sacramento oracio.\


Prayer, Oro domine ut.



A prayer to Jesus Christ. The author affirms her belief that the sacrament is truly the body and blood of Christ. She asks that love, faith and hope, and all that is pleasing to Christ, may be united within her, and all that is displeasing removed, so that she may be worthy to receive the sacrament for the remission of her sins and the salvation of her soul.


Oro domine [ut] que spero [que spero] que cre\do te esse panem vivum et verum confite\or quidem hoc sacrificium veraciter corpus et\ sanguinem tuum esse ubi [ut] in sensum meum unitas [inicias]\ caritatem perfectam, firmam spem, fidem rectam et omnia\ tibi placita et quod tibi contrarium est amoveas\ dignamque me facias accipere sanctissimum corpus\ et sanguinem tuum ad remissionem peccatorum meorum et ad\ salutem anime mee et corporis mei. Qui vivis.\



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