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not into temptation; But delivery As it was in the beginning, is us from evil. Amen.
now, and ever shall be, world withBishop. O Lord, deal not with out end. Amen. us according to our sins;
From our enemies defend us, Answer. Neither reward us ac- O Christ. cording to our iniquities.
Graciously look upon our afflicBishop. Let us pray.
lions. O God, merciful Father
, who With pity behold the sorrows despisest not the sighing of asof our hearts. contrite heart, nor the desire of Mercifully forgive the sins of such as are sorrowful; mercifully thy people. assist our prayers which we make Favourably with mercy hear before thee in all our troubles and our prayers. adversities, whensoever they op O Son of David, have mercy press ns; and graciously hear ns, upon us that those evils which the craft Both now and ever, vouchsafe and subtilty of the devil or man to hear us, O Christ. worketh against us, may, by thy Graciously hear us, O Christ; good providence, be brought to graciously hear us, O Lord Christ. nought ; that we thy servants, be O Lord, let thy mercy be showing hurt by no persecutions, may ed upon us; evermore give thanks unto thee
As we do put our trust in thee. in thy holy Church, through Je Bishop. Let us pray. ses Christ our Lord.
WE humbly beseech ibee, O O Lord, arise, help us, and de Father, mercifully to look liver us, for thy name's sake.
upon our infirmities; and, for the O GOD, we have heard with our glory of thy name, turn from us
ears, and our fathers have de. all those evils that we most justly clared unto us, the noble works have deserved; and & ni that, in that thou didst in their days, and all our troubles, we may put our in the old time before them. whole trust and confidence in thy
O Lord, arise, help us, and deli- mercy, and evermore serve thee ver us, for thine honour. liv holiness and pureness of living,
Glory be to the Father, and to thy honour and glory, through to the Son, and to the Holy our only Mediator and Advocate, Ghost;
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Here endeth the Litany.
Administration of the Lord's Supper,
ven, Hallowed be thy Name; down to them nor worship them: Thy Kingdom come; Thy Will For I the Lord thy God am a jea. be done on Earth, as it is in Hea- lous God; and visit the sins of the ven; Give us this day our daily fathers upon the children, unto bread; And forgive us our tres- the third and fourth generation of passes, as we forgive those who them that hate me; and show trespass against us; And lead us mercy unto thousands in them not into tem; tation; But deliver that love me, and keep my comus from evil: For thine is the mandments. Kingdom, and the Power, and the People. Lord, have mercy up Glory, for ever and ever. Amen. on us, and incline our hearts to The Collect.
keep this law. AI LMIGHTY God, into whom
Bishop, Thou shalt not take the all hearts are open, all desires name of the Lord thy God in known, and from whom no se vain : For the Lord will not hold crets are hid; cleanse the thoughts hiin guiltless that taketli his name of our hearts by the inspiration of in vain. thy holy Spirit; that we may
People. Lord, have mercy up perfectly love thee, and worthily on us, and incline our hearts to magnify thy holy namne, througi keep this law. Christ our Lord. Amen.
Bishop. Remember that thou "? Then shall the Bishop, turning to the keep holy the Sabbath-day. Six
Poople, rehearse distinctly the 'Ten days shalt thou labour, and do all Cominandments; and the People, that thon bast to do; but the sestill kneeling, shall, after every com- venth day is the Sabbath of the transgressions for the time past, and Lord thy God. In it thou shalt grace to keep the law for the time to do no manner of work; thou, come, as followeth.
and thy son, and thy daughter, Bishop.
thy man-servant, and thy maidGOD spake these words, and servant
, tby cattle, and the stransaid, I ain the Lord thy God.: ger that is within thy gates. For Thou shalt have none other gods in six days the Lord made heaven
and earth, the sea, and all that People. Lord, have mercy up- in them is, and rested the seventh on us, and incline our hearts to day; wherefore the Lord blessed keep this la p.
the seventh day, and hallowed it. Bishop. Thou shalt not make People. Lord, have mercy upto thyself any graven image, nor on us, and incline our hearts to the likeness of any thing that is keep this law. in heaven above, or in the earth Bishop. Honour thy father and beneath, or in the water under thy mother; that thy days may
be long in the land which the beseech thee, to direct, sanctify, Lord thy God giveth thee. and govern, both our hearts and
People. Lord, have mercy upon bodies, in the ways of thy laws, us, and incline our hearts to keep and in the works of thy com: this law.
mandments; that, through thy Bishop. Thou shalt do no mur-most mighty protection, both here der.
and ever, we may be preserved People. Lord, have mercy up- in body and soul, through our on us, and incline our hearts to Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. keep this law.
Amen. Bishop. Thou shalt not com- " Then shall be read the Collect, Epistle, mit adultery.
and Gospel, as they are appointed.
T Then shall be read the Apostles' or People. Lord, have mercy up Nicene Creed; unless one of them on us, and incline our hearts to have l en read immediately before, keep this law.
in the Morning Service.
T Then shall the Bishop begin the OfferBishop. Thou shalt not steal.
tory, saying one or inore
of these senPeople. Lord, have mercy ip
tences following, as he thinketh most on us, and incline our hearts to
convenient. keep this law.
LET your light so shine before Bishop. Thou shalt not bear
men, that they may see your false witness against thy neigh- ter which is in heaven. 'st. Matt.
good works, and glorify your Fa. bour.
People. Lord, have mercy mpon us, and incline our hearts to
Lay not up for yourselves treakeep this law.
sures upon earth, where moth Bishop. Thou shalt not covet
and rust doth corrupt, and where thy neighbour's house, thou shalt thieves break through and steal : not covet thy neighbour's wife, But lay upfor yourselves treasures nor his servant, nor his maid, nor
in heaven, where neither moth his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing thieves do not break through nor
nor rust doth corrupt, and where that is h:5.
steal. St. Matt. vi. 19, 20. People. Lord, have mercy upon us, and write all these thy laws
Whatsoever ye would that men
should do to you, even so do to in our hearts, we heseech thee. 1 Then the Bishop may say,
them : for this is the law and the Hear also what our Lord Jesus prophets. St. Matt. vii. 12. Christ saith :
Not every one that saith unto THOU shalt love the Lord thy me. Lord. Lord, shall enter into
God with all thy heart, and the kingdom of heaven; but he with all thy soul, and with all thy that doeth the will of my Father
St. Mott. mind : This is the first and great which is in heaven. commandment. And the second vii. 21. is like unto it; Thou shalt love
Zaccheus stood forth, and said thy neighbour as thyself
. On unto the Lord, Behold, Lord, the these two commandments hang half of my goods I give to the all the law and the prophets.
poor; and if I have done any Let us pray.
wrong truny man, I restore four O Almighty Lord, and ever-fold. St. Luke, xix .
lasting God, vouchsafe, we Who goeth a warfare at any
time at his own cost? Who will forget your works, and labour planteth a vineyard, and eateth that proceedeth of love ; which not of the fruit thereof? or who love ye have showed for his feedeth a flock, and eateth not of name's sake, who have ministered the milk of the flock? 1 Cor. ix. 7. unto the saints, and yet do minis
li we have sown unto you spi- ter. Heb. vi. 10. ritual things, is it a great matterif To do good and to distribute, we shall reap your worldly things ? forget not; for with such sacriI Cor. ix. 11.
fices God is well pleased. Heb. Do ye not know, that they who xii. 16. minister about holy things, live of Whoso hath this world's good, the sacrifice; and they who wait and seeth his brother bave need, at the altar are partakers with and shutteth up his compassion the altar? Even so hath the Lord from him, how dwelleth the love also ordained that they who of God in him ? 1 John, iji. 17. preach the Gospel should live of Give alms of thy goods, and the Gospel. I Cor. ix. 13, 14. never turn thy face from any
He that soweth little, shall reap poor man; and then the face of little; and he that soweth plen- the Lord shall not be turned away teously, shall reap plenteously. from thee. Tobit, iv. 7. Let every man do according as
Be merciful after thy power, he is disposed in his heart, not If thou hast much, give plente grudgingly, or of necessity; for ously; if thou hast little, do thy God loveth a cheerful giver. 2 diligence gladly to give of that Cor. ix. 6, 7.
little: for so gatherest thou thy. Let him that is taught in the self a good reward in the day of word, minister' unto him that necessity. Tobit, iv. 8, 9. teacheth, in all good things. Be He that hath pity upon the not deceived, God is not mocked: poor, lendeth unto the Lord : and For whatsoever a man soweth, look, what he layeth out, it shall that shall he reap. Gal. vi. 6, 7. be paid him again. Prov. xix. 17.
While we have time, let us do Blessed be the man that progondunto all men: and especially videth for the sick and needy: upto them that are of the house the Lord shall deliver him in the hold of faith. Gal. vi. 10.. time of trouble. Psalm xli. 1.
Godliness is great riches, if a " Whilst these Sentences are in reading, man be content with that he hath : the Deacons, Church-wardens, or other For we brought nothing into this fit persons appointed for that purpose,
shall receive the Alms for the Poor, world, neither may we carry any and other Devotions of the People, in thing out. T'im. vi. 6, 7. a decent Basin to be provided by the
Charge them who are rich in Parish for that purpose; and reverentthis world, that they be ready to
ļy bring it to the Bishop, who shall
bumbly present and place it upon the give, and glad to distribute ; lay. Holy Table. ing up in store for themselves a s And the Bishop shall then place upon
the Table so much Bread and Wine as good foundation against the time
he shall think sufficient; after which to come, that they may attain eternal life. 1 Tim. vi.
Let us pray for the whole state God is not unrighteous, that be of Christ's Church militant.
he shall say,
ALMIGHTY and everlasting faith and fear ; beseeching thee
God, who, by thy holy Apos- to give us grace so to follow their tle, basi taught us to make pray- good examples, that with them ers and supplications, and to give we may be partakers of thy heathanks, for all men: We humbly venly kingdom: Grant this, o beseech thee most inercifully [*0 Father, for Jesus Christ's sake, accept our alms and oblutions, our only Mediator and Advocate. and] to receive these our pray- Amen. ers, which we offer unto thy di- r The Bishop shall then say this Exhorvine Majesty ; beseeching thee to inspire continually the Universal D EARLY beloved in the Lord, Churcb with the spirit of truth, ye who mind to come to the unity, and .concord; and grant Holy Communion of the Body that all those who do confess thy and Blood of our Saviour Christ, boly name may agree in the must consider how St. Paul extruth of thy holy word, and live hortetball persons diligently to try
in unity and godly love. We be- and examine themselves, before han
seech thee also, so to direct and they presume to eat of that Bread,
dispose the hearts of all Christian and drink of that Cup. For as m. rulers, that they may truly and the benefit is great, if with a true
impartially administer justice, to penitent heart and lively faith we the punishment of wickedness and receive that holy Sacrament; so vice, and to the maintenance of is the danger great, if we receive thy true religion and virtue. Give the same unworthily. Judge grace, O heavenly Father, to all therefore yourselves, brethren, Bishops and other Ministers; that that ye be not judged of the Lord; they may, both by their life and repent ye truly for your sins past; doctrine, set forth thy true and have a lively and steadfast faith lively Word, and rightly and duly in Christ our Saviour; amend administer thy holy Sacraments. your lives, and be in perfect cha. And to all thy people give thyrity with all men; so shall ye be heavenly grace; and especially to meet partakers of those holy Mysthis congregation bere present ; teries. And, above all things, ye that with meek heart, and due must give most humble and hearreverence, they may hear and ty thanks to God the Father, the receive thy holy Word; truly Son, and the Holy Ghost, for the serving thee in holiness and righ-redemption of the world by the teousness all the days of their life. death and passion of our Saviour And we most humbly beseech Christ, both God and man; who thee, of thy goodness, O Lord, to did humble himself, even to the comfort and succour all those death upon the cross, for us misewho, in this transitory life, are in rable sippers, who lay in darktrouble, sorrow, need, sickness, or ness and the shadow of death; any other adversity. And we also that he might make us the chil. bless thy holy name, for all thy dren of God, and exalt us to ever. servants departed this life in thy lasting life. And to the end that
* If there be no alms or oblations, then skall the words, to accept our alms and oblations, and, be left unsaid,