A Morning Prayer: 3rd Century Liturgy of St Mark link
We give Thee thanks—yea, more than thanks O Lord our God,
for all Thy goodness at all times, and in all places,
because Thou hast shielded, rescued, helped,
and guided us all the days of our lives, and brought us unto this hour.
We pray and beseech Thee, merciful God, to grant in Thy goodness
that we may spend this day, and all the time of our lives, without sin,
in fullness of joy, holiness, and reverence of Thee.
But drive away from us, O Lord, all envy, all fear, and all temptations.
Bestow upon us what is good and meet.
Whatever sin we commit in thought, word, or deed,
do Thou in Thy goodness and mercy be pleased to pardon.
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil;
through the grace, mercy, and love of Thine only begotten Son.
For Charity: 4th-century Coptic liturgy of St Cyril link
O God of love, Who hast given a new commandment through Thine only begotten Son,
that we should love one another, even as Thou didst love us, the unworthy and the wandering,
and gavest Thy beloved Son for our life and salvation; we pray Thee, Lord, give to us,
Thy servants, in all time of our life on the earth,
a mind forgetful of past ill-will, a pure conscience and sincere thoughts,
and a heart to love our brethren; for the sake of Jesus Christ, Thy Son, our Lord and only Saviour.
For Purity: 4th-century Nerses of Clajes link
O Holy Spirit of God, very God, Who didst descend upon Christ at the River Jordan,
and upon the Apostles in the upper chamber, we have sinned against heaven and before Thee;
purify us again, we beseech Thee, with Thy Divine fire, and have mercy upon us; for Christ’s sake.
May God the Father
prepare your journey,
Jesus the Son
guide your footsteps,
The Spirit of Life
strengthen your body,
The Three in One
watch over you,
on every road
that you may follow.