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Text:A Blessing
Author (attributed to):St. Patrick

319. A Blessing

God be in your head, and in your understanding.
God be in your eyes, and in your looking.
God be in your mouth, and in your speaking.
God be in your heart, and in your loving.
God be at your end, and at your departing.

Text Information
First Line: God be in your head, and in your understanding
Title: A Blessing
Author (attributed to): St. Patrick (13th century)
Publication Date: 1996
Topic: God: The Triune God; Trinity
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