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S29. That this evening may be holy, good, and peaceful

Response:
That this evening may be holy, good and peaceful
We entreat thee, O Lord.

That thy holy angels may lead us in paths
of peace and goodwill, [Response]

That we may be pardoned and forgiven
for our sins and offenses, [Response]

That there may be peace to they Church
and to the whole world, [Response]

That we may depart this life
in thy faith and fear,
and not be condemned
before the great judgment of Christ, [Response]

That we may be bound together
by thy Holy Spirit
in the communion of [_________ and] all thy saints,
entrusting one another and all our life to Christ, [Response]

Text Information
First Line: That this evening may be holy, good, and peaceful
Language: English
Publication Date: 1985
Topic: The Daily Office: Daily Evening Prayer I
Notes: This setting is intended for use with Collect tone I, S 447.
Tune Information
Name: [That this evening may be holy, good, and peaceful]
Arranger: Mason Martens, b. 1933
Copyright: Setting © 1971 by Mason Martens



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