O my God,
let me, with thanksgiving, remember,
and confess to you your mercies on me.
Let my bones be drenched with your love,
and let them say to you, ‘Who is like you, O Lord?’
You have broken my bonds,
I will offer to you the sacrifice of thanksgiving.
And how you have broken them, I will declare;
and all who worship you, when they hear this, shall say,
“Blessed be the Lord, in heaven and in earth,
great and wonderful is his name.“
Source: St. Augustine of Hippo, 354-430
Source of this version: Modified from http://www.ccel.org/ccel/augustine/confess.ix.i.html
Also found here: The One Year Book of Personal Prayer, © 1991 Tyndale House Publishers (July 12)
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