I adapted tonight's prescribed psalms for Thean use. This was my adaptation of Psalm 100:
Be joyful in Thea, all you lands;
serve Thea with gladness
and come before her presence with a song.
Know this: Thea herself is Goddess;
she herself has made us, and we are hers;
we are her people and the sheep of her pasture.
Enter her gates with thanksgiving;
go into her courts with praise;
give thanks to her and call upon her Name.
For Thea is good;
her mercy is everlasting;
and her faithfulness endures from age to age.
It is so beautiful and enriching to pray to Thea this way--to dare to use feminine pronouns when the prescribed pronouns are always masculine, and to call Thea by the Greek name for "Goddess." As I develop my Thean prayer resources, I think I shall leave the Psalter much as it is apart from pronouns and names. The riches of the Psalter are worth retaining.