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    #1

    Gracious God .../Gracious God, give me the strength …

    Gracious God give me the strength …
    Gracious God, give me the strength …

    There is supposed to be a comma in the first line (succeeding ... God ...), or is it an optional, please?

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    Re: Gracious God .../Gracious God, give me the strength …

    There should be a comma. It is addressing someone.

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