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

Prayer, Gracias ago tibi, continued.



... and all the saints, God may be with us and that we may dwell in heaven.


Burnet Psalter image.  Aberdeen University Library 1998.

omnium sanctorum tuorum ut nobiscum maneas in terris et nos\ tecum semper mereamur manere in celis. Per dominum nostrum.\

Prayer, Domine Ihesu Christe qui celum.



A prayer to Jesus Christ. The author asks Christ to have mercy on one whose sins are countless like the stars in the sky. He asks that he may have time to repent and to reform; that he may have faith, hope, love and other virtues; that he may subdue his enemy, visible and invisible, with the bonds of love.


Oracio devota.

Domine Ihesu Christe qui celum\ et terram fecisti qui universum mundum\ pugillo concludis patibulum crucis su\stinuisti totum mundum redemisti, potestatem diaboli\ destruxisti, regnum tuum te querentibus promisisti. Res\pice in me et miserere mei quia innumerabilia sunt\ peccata mea sicut stelle celi quas dinumerare nemo\ potest. Presta michi domine Ihesu Christe spacium penitendi et ite\rum virtutem faciendi. Et sicut hattenus fuerat inten\cio peccandi sic amodo sit voluntas et possibili\tas emendandi. Da michi domine Ihesu Christe fidem spem et ca\ritatem, castitatem dilectionem inimicorum pacienciam man\suetudinem concordiam cum omnibus ut vincere possim\ visibilem et invisibilem inimicum per caritatis vinculum.\ Per te Ihesu Christe salvator mundi. Qui cum deo patre et sancto spiritu.


Prayer, Dum conturbata fuerit.



A prayer to Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary. The author asks that when his soul is troubled at the hour of death, Christ may in his mercy, having himself passed from this world to his father in heaven, allow him ...


Oracio.\

Dum conturbata fuerit anima mea domine\ deus meus in hora exitus mei, Per sanctissi\mum transitum tuum de hoc mundo ad pa\trem, Memorare misericordie tue et concede michi ante ho-\



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