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Longing for peace. From #divineoffice midmorning #prayer #catholic

Psalm 119.(120)

{119:1}cried out to the Lord, and he heard me.
{119:2} O Lord, free my soul from lips of iniquity and from the deceitful tongue.
{119:3} What will be given to you, or what will be added to you, for a deceitful tongue?:
{119:4} the sharp arrows of the powerful, along with the burning coals of desolation.
{119:5} Woe to me, for my sojourning has been prolonged. I have lived with the inhabitants of Kedar.
{119:6} My soul has long been a sojourner.
{119:7} With those who hated peace, I was peaceful. When I spoke to them, they fought against me without cause.

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A reading from #morningprayer #catholic

36:25} And I will pour clean water over you, and you shall be cleansed from all your filth, and I will cleanse you from all your idols.
{36:26} And I will give to you a new heart, and I will place in you a new spirit. And I will take away the heart of stone from your body, and I will give to you a heart of flesh.
{36:27} And I will place my Spirit in your midst. And I will act so that you may walk in my precepts and keep my judgments, and so that you may fulfill them

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From #morningprayer #catholic

From the book of Tobit:

4:14} Never permit arrogance to rule in your mind or in your words. For in it, all perdition had its beginning.
{4:15} And whoever has done any kind of work for you, immediately pay him his wages, and do not let the wages of your hired hand remain with you at all.
{4:16} Whatever you would hate to have done to you by another, see that you never do so to another.
{4:17} Eat your bread with the hungry and the needy, and cover the naked with your own garments.
{4:19} Always seek the counsel of a wise man.4:14} Never permit arrogance to rule in your mind or in your words. For in it, all perdition had its beginning.
{4:15} And whoever has done any kind of work for you, immediately pay him his wages, and do not let the wages of your hired hand remain with you at all.
{4:16} Whatever you would hate to have done to you by another, see that you never do so to another.
{4:17} Eat your bread with the hungry and the needy, and cover the naked with your own garments.
{4:18} Set out your bread and your wine at the burial of a just man, and do not eat and drink from it with sinners.
{4:19} Always seek the counsel of a wise man.