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The Divine Liturgies Of Our Fathers by Saint John Chrysostom

O Lord Jesu Christ, Son of the living God, shepherd and lamb, who takest away the sin of the world, who forgavest the debt to the two debtors, and didst grant the sinful woman remission of her sins: do thou thyself, O Master, pardon, remit, forgive the sins, the iniquities, the faults, voluntary, and involuntary, which in knowledge, in ignorance, in transgression and disobedience have been committed by these thy servants. And if, as being men that wear flesh, and inhabit the world, they have been deceived by the devil, either in word, or in deed, or in knowledge, or in ignorance, or if they have trampled upon the word of the Priest, or have come under the curse of the Priest, or have fallen under their own imprecation, or have bound themselves with an oath: do thou thyself, as a good Master, and one that is unmindful of evil, be pleased that these thy servants may be loosed by thy word, forgiving them their own curse, and oath, according to thy great mercy. Yea, O Master, Lord that lovest man, hearken to us that beseech thy goodness for these thy servants, and overlook, since thou art very merciful, all their stumblings: deliver them from eternal punishment. For thou, O Master, hast said: Whatsoever ye shall bind upon earth, shall be bound in heaven, and whatsoever ye shall loose upon earth, shall be loosed in heaven. For thou alone art sinless, and to thee we send up glory, with thine unoriginate Father, and thine All-holy, and good, and life-giving Spirit, now, and ever, and unto the ages of the ages. Amen.








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