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The new year prayer

The new year prayer


( By : Fr. Mikhail Aziz )

Lord, make it a blessed year... A pure year to please You... A year in which
Your Spirit prevails... And joins in working with us...
? Hold our hands and guide our thoughts from the beginning of the year till
its end...
? Let this year be Yours, to please You...
? It is a New Year, spotless; let us not tarnish it with our sins or impurities...
? Lord, be with us in every work we intend to do this year... Silent we will
be, and you will do everything...
? Let us rejoice in all Your deeds, and say with John the Evangelist: “All
things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made
that was made." (John 1:3)
? Let this year, O Lord, be a happy year... put a smile on each face and
gladden every heart...
? Let Your grace emerge in our trials and help those who are tempted...
? Grant us peace and quietness of mind...
? Give those who are in need, cure the sick and console the grieved...
? We do not ask You, God, only for ourselves... But we ask for the all,
because they are Yours... You created them to rejoice in You. ..then make
them happy with You
? We ask You for the Church, for Your mission, that Your word may reach
every heart...
? We ask you for our country, for the world's peace that Your Kingdom may
come everywhere.
? Let it be a fruitful year, full of goodness... Every day and every hour has its
own work... Do not allow a futile moment... Fill our life with activity, work,
and production... Grant us the blessing of a productive and holy toil.
? Let the communion of the Holy Spirit be with us in all our deeds...
? We thank you, God, for you have kept us till this hour and granted us this
year, that we may bless You...



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