Mozarabic Evening Prayer

At evening, morning and noon,
It is right, O Lord, that we should praise you.

Lord God almighty, you have made one day of the evening, the morning, and noon.  You have ordered the sun in its rising and setting. Make your way through the darkness of our hearts, that being enlightened by you, we may know you as the true God and our eternal light.

Through your mercy, O our God, you are blessed, and live and govern all things, now and forever.

Source: Mozarabic, 7th century
Source of this version: Freely modified from The Revised Prayer-book of the Reformed Spanish Church, p. 39


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Lutheran pastor and musician serving St. Stephen's in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

One thought on “Mozarabic Evening Prayer”

  1. Beautiful prayer in its simplicity and serene confidence! Will add it to my evening prayer rotation.


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