“Jesus, my God, I adore You, here present in the Blessed Sacrament of the altar, where You wait day and night to be our comfort while we await Your unveiled presence in heaven.
Jesus, my God, I adore You in all places where the Blessed Sacrament is reserved and where sins are committed against this Sacrament of Love.
Jesus, my God, I adore You for all time, past, present and future, for every soul that ever was, is or shall be created.
Jesus, my God, who for us has endured hunger and cold, labor and fatigue, I adore You.
Jesus, my God, who for my sake has deigned to subject Yourself to the humiliation of temptation, to the perfidy and defection of friends, to the scorn of Your enemies, I adore You.
Jesus, my God, who for us has endured the buffeting of Your passion, the scourging, the crowning with thorns, the heavy weight of the cross, I adore You.
Jesus, my God, who, for my salvation and that of all mankind, was cruelly nailed to the cross and hung there for three long hours in bitter agony, I adore You.
Jesus, my God, who for love of us did institute this Blessed Sacrament and offer Yourself daily for the sins of men, I adore You.
Jesus, my God, who in Holy Communion became the food of my soul, I adore You.
Jesus, for You I live. Jesus, for You I die. Jesus, I am Yours in life and death.”
(From Reflections and Prayers for Visits with our Eucharistic Lord, by John J. Cardinal Carberry)