Prayer by Lancelot Andrewes (1555-1626)

Remember, O Lord, infants, children, the growing youths, the young men and women, the middle-aged, the old, the decayed; hungry, thirsty, naked, sick, captive, and friendless strangers; those possessed with devils and tempted to suicide; those troubled by unclean spirits; the sick in soul or body; the fainthearted, the despairing; those in prisons and chains, and all under the sentence of death; orphans, widows, foreigners, travellers, voyagers; women with child, women who give suck; those in bitter servitude, those who work in mines, and those who suffer loneliness. Amen.

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