Note: God doesn't always speak in 16th century English, and he doesn't mind if you're not a poet, either. "Rub-a-dub-dub, thanks for the grub" is fine if meant from the heart, whereas some lengthy delivery in Latin is insulting to him if you are just reciting it for pomp and tradition.

Note 2: grub is UK English slang for food, in case you are wondering why I'm eating insect larvae.