Holy art Thou, O God, the universal’s Father.
Holy art Thou, O God, whose Will perfects itself by means of its own Powers.
Holy art Thou, O God, who willeth to be known and art known by Thine own.
Holy art Thou, who didst by Word (Logos) make to consist the things that are.
Holy art Thou, of whom All-nature hath been made an image.
Holy art Thou, whose Form Nature hath never made.
Holy art Thou, more powerful than all power.
Holy art Thou, transcending all pre-eminence.
Holy Thou art, Thou better than all praise.
Accept my reason’s offering pure, from soul and heart for aye stretched up to Thee, O Thou unutterable, unspeakable, Whose Name naught but the Silence can express.
The Corpus Hermeticum
Here is a possibly better translation of the prayer Holy Art Thou CH 01.31 from The Way of Hermes: New Translations of ‘The Corpus Hermeticum’ and The Definitions of Hermes Trismegistus to Asclepius by
Holy is God the Father of all
Holy is God who’s will is accomplished by his own powers
Holy is God who wills to be known and is known by those that are his own
Holy art thou who by the Word has united all that is
Holy art thou of whom all Nature became an image
Holy art thou whom Nature has not created
Holy art thou who is stronger than all power
Holy art thou who art higher than all pre-eminence
Holy art thou who surpasses praises