My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O LORD;
in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee,
and will look up.
The journey that I take shall not be for mine honour;
the Lord is gone out before me. Up!
let my sentence come forth from thy presence.
I exhort myself who has heard, who was asked of thee:
lean not unto mine own understanding;
cease from mine own doings;
never shall I serve the groves.
I fear and depart; I answer
and come at the sword sent
whose haft also goes in after the blade.
And I make myself low before the fourth judge,
and unto the last, who I am.
Tonic under the oak of weeping,
I know both how to be abased, and I know how to abound.
Taut on the tree of life,
everywhere and in all things I am instructed
both to be full and to be hungry, both to abound and to suffer need.
I dote not about questions and strifes of words;
You are what is, who forgives, and I am what it was being to be.
And there is no respect of persons,
neither is there respect of persons with him;
for we brought nothing into this world,
and it is certain we can carry nothing out.
Thou: one body, and one spirit,
And Thou sayest to me:
Even as ye are called in one hope of your calling;
One Lord, one faith, one baptism,
One God and Father of all,
Who is above all, and through all, and in us all.
I: remembering without ceasing.
I: praying always with all prayer.
I: to the worth of my vocation.
I: for Thee.
 And Scripture rapture.
 Psalm 5:3
 Judges 4:9
 Judges 4:14
 Judges 5:12
 Psalm 23:3
 Psalm 17:2
 I Samuel 1:20
 Proverbs 3:5
 Judges 2:19
 Deuteronomy 16:21
 Job 28:28; 38:3
 Matthew 10:34
 Judges 3:22
 Genesis 35:8
 Philippians 4:12
 Genesis 2:9, 3:24
 Philippians 4:12
 I Timothy 6:4
 Colossians 3:25
 Ephesians 6:9
 I Timothy 6:7
 Ephesians 4:4-6
 I Thessalonians 1:3
 Ephesians 6:18
 Ephesians 4:1