9 Day Prayer Essay

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Fourth DayO Lord God omnipotent, I beseech You by the Precious Blood of Your divine Son Jesus that was shed in the streets of Jerusalem while He carried on His sacred shoulders the heavy burden of the Cross, deliver the souls in purgatory and especially that one which is riches in merits in Your sight, so that, having soon attained the high place in glory it is destined, it may praise You triumphantly and bless You forever. Amen.Say the Holy RosaryFifth DayO Lord God omnipotent, I beseech You by the Precious Blood of Your divine Son Jesus, which He Himself on the night before His Passion gave as meat and drink to His beloved Apostles and bequeathed to His Holy Church to be the perpetual Sacrifice and life-giving nourishment of His faithful people, deliver the souls in purgatory, but most of all the soul which was most devoted to this Mystery of infinite love, in order that it may praise You therefore, together with your divine Son and the Holy Spirit in Your Glory forever. Amen.Say the Holy RosarySixth DayO Lord God omnipotent, I beseech You by the Precious Blood which Jesus Your divine Son did shed this day upon the tree of the Cross, especially from His sacred Hands and Feet, deliver the souls in purgatory, and particularly that soul for whom I am most bound to pray, in order that I may not be the cause which hinders You from admitting it quickly to the possession of Your glory where it may praise You and bless You for evermore. Amen.Say the Holy RosarySeventh DayO Lord God omnipotent, I beseech You by the Precious Blood which gushed forth from the sacred Side of Your divine Son Jesus in the Presence and to the great sorrow of His most Holy Mother. Deliver the souls in purgatory and among them all especially that...

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