Hymns to the Holy Trinity

On rising from sleep, we fall down before you, O Good One, and we cry to you with the Angels’ hymn, O Mighty One: Holy, Holy, Holy are you, O God: through the prayers of the Mother of God, have mercy on us.

Glory to the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.

You awaken me, Lord, from my bed and from sleep, enlighten my mind and open my heart and my lips, to sing your praise, O Holy Trinity: Holy, Holy, Holy are you, O God: through the prayers of the Mother of God have mercy on us.

Both now and forever, and to the ages of ages. Amen.

The Judge will come suddenly, and the deeds of each will be laid bare; but with fear let us cry to you in the middle of the night: Holy, Holy, Holy are you, O God: through the prayers of the Mother of God have mercy on us.

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It is truly right to praise the divine Trinity, the Father without beginning and Maker of all, the coeternal Word, born without change from the Father before the ages, and the Holy Spirit, proceeding timelessly from the Father.

It is truly right to glorify you, God the Word, at whom the Cherubim quail and tremble and whom the Powers of heaven glorify. Christ, the giver of life, who rose from the grave on the third day, with fear let us glorify.

As befits God, let us all praise, with songs inspired, the Father and the Son and the divine Spirit, three-personned might, one Kingship and Dominion.

Immaculate Virgin, all creation seeing your Son risen from the dead, as befits God, has been filled with unspeakable joy, as it glorifies him and honours you.

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