Excerpt from The Morning Watches and Night Watches
Give me grace to walk more closely with Thee in the time to come. Being forgiven much, may I love Thee all the more. May my life be one habitual effort of self and sin crucifixion, seeking to consecrate my soul's best energies to Him who is willing to blot out as a thick cloud all my transgressions. Overrule the discipline of Thy providence for promoting within me this death of sin, and this life of righteousness. Amid earth's man ifold disquietudes, its crosses and its losses enable me with joy to look forward to that blessed hour when there shall be no more sin.
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