These older prayers are quaint in their use of language while empowering the laity to find God in ways usually reserved for his apostles, popes, priests, sisters, and brothers.
So the first time I read this prayer of glory, I physically shuck with the power of the Holy Spirit.
I realized instantly that honoring the glory of God in all things should be my primary goal.
Seek Glory of God in all Things
Thank you Holy Spirit for coming into my heart and guiding me that day.
Most charitable Holy Ghost, who on the holy day of Pentecost did fill the hearts of the apostles so lavishly with the wine of divine love that they, being inebriated with love, forgot themselves, and desired neither honor nor advantage in their own behalf, but sought only the honor and glory of God in all things.
I beseech Thee that You would also inebriate my soul with the wine of divine love, that, in like manner, I may desire for myself neither honor nor possessions.
But seek alone the honor and glory of God in all things.
From My Keys to Heaven (c) 1942