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The star of morn to night succeeds, we therefore meekly pray, may God, in all our words and deeds, keep us from harm this day. May He in love restrain us still from tones of strife and words of ill, and wrap around and close our eyes to earth's absorbing vanities. May wrath and thoughts that gender shame ne'er in our breasts abide, and painful abstinences tame of wanton flesh the pride. So when the wary day is o'er and night and stillness come once more, blameless and clean from spot of earth we may repeat with reverent mirth - To God the Father glory be, and to His only Son, and to the Spirit, One and Three, while endless ages run. Amen.

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