Come, O Holy Spirit! Enlighten my mind to know your commands; strengthen my heart against the snares of the enemy; inflame my will … I have heard your voice, and I don’t want to harden myself and resist, saying “Later …, tomorrow.” Nunc coepi! Now I begin! In case there is no tomorrow for me. O Spirit of truth and wisdom, Spirit of understanding and counsel, Spirit of joy and peace! I want whatever you want. I want because you want, I want however you want, I want whenever you want. Prayer by St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer
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