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and Earth, and of all things visible
A Collect for Peace. and invisible :
O God, who art the author of And in one Lord Jesus Christ, peace and lover of concord, in the only begotten Son of God, be- knowledge of whom standeth our gotten of his Father before all eternal life, whose seryice is perworlds; God of God, Light of Light, fect freedom ; defend us, thy hum. very God of very God, begotten, ble servants, in all assaults of our not made, being of one substance enemies; that we, surely wrusting with the Father, by whom all things in thy defence, may not fear the were made; who for us men, and power of any adversaries, through for our salvation, came down from the might of Jesus Christ our Lord. Heaven, and was incarnate by the Anen. Holy Ghost of the Virgin Mary, TA Collect for Grace. and was made man, and was crucified also for us under Pontius Pilate.
O Lord, our heavenly Father, Al
mighty and everlasting Gol, He suffered and was buried, and who hast safely brought us to the the third day he rose again, accord-beginning of this day; defend us ing to the Scriptures, and ascended in the same with thy mighty power, into Heaven, and sitteth on the and grant that this day we fall into right hand of the Father; and he jnu sin, neither run into any kind of shall come again, with glory, to danger; but that all our doings, bem judge both the quick and the dead ; ing oniered by thy governance, may whose kingdom shall have no end. be righteous in thy sight, through
And I believe in the Holy Ghost, Jesus Clarist our Lord. Amen. the Lord and giver of life, who
SA Prayer for the President of the Uni proceedeth from the Father and the
ted Sintes, and all in Civil Authority, Son; who with the Father and the Son together is worshipped and O Lorul, our heavenly Father, the
high and mighty Ruler of the glorified, who spake by the pro-universe, who dost from thy throne phets. And I believe one Catholic behold all the dwellers upon earth; and Apostolic Church. I acknow. most hearuly we beseech thee, with ledge one Baptism for the remission thy favour to behold and bless thy of sins; and I look for the resurrec- servant, The Presiilent of the Un. tion of the dead, and the life of the ted Stutes, and all others in autho. world to come. Amen.
rity; and so replenish them with And after thint, these Prayers following, the grace of thy holy Spirit, that Jl devoutly kueeling; the Minister first they may always incline to thy will, pronouncing,
and walk in thy way: Endue them The Lord be with you;
plenteously with heavenly gifts; Ans. And with thy Spirit.
grant them in health and prosperity Min. Let us pray.
long to live; and finally, after this O Lord, show thy mercy'upon us; lile, to attam everlasting joy and Ans. And grant us thy salvation. felicity, throngh Jesus Christ our
Min. O God, make clean our Lord. Amen. hearts within us;
11 The following Prayers are to be omitted Ans. And take not thy Holy here, when the Litany is read. Spirit from us.
TT A Prayer for the Clergy and People. Then shall follow the Collect for the
God, from whom cometh every day, except when the Communion Serque is read; and then the Collect for good and perfect gift, send down the day shall be omitted here. upon our Bishops and other Clergy,
and upon the Congregations com-ythy goodness and loving kindness mitted to their charge, the healthful to us, and to all men. We bless spirit of thy grace; and, that they thee for our creation, preservation, may truly please thee, pour upon and all the blessings of this life; but, them the continual dew of thy bless- above all, for thine inestimable love ing: Grant this, O Lord, for the in the redemption of the world by honour of our Advocate and Medi-Jour Lord Jesus Christ ; for the ator Jesus Christ. Amen. means of grace, and for the hope of FA Prayer for all Conditions of Nen. glory. And, we beseech thee, give
Gol, the Creator and Pre- us that due sense of all thy mercies,
server of all mankind, we that our hearts may be unfeignedly humbly beseech thee for all sorts thankful, and that we may show and conditions of men, that thou forth thy praise, not only with our wouldest be pleased to make thy lips, but in our lives ; by giving up ways known unto them, thy saving ourselves to thy service, and by bealth unto all nations. More es- walking before thee in holiness and pecially we pray for thy holy Church righteousness all our days, through universal; that it may be so guided Jesus Christ our Lord; to whom, and governed by thy good Spirit, with thee and the Holy Ghost, be that all who profess and call them- ali hovour and glory, world withselves Christians, may be led intolout end. Amen. the way of truthi, and hold the futh F A Prayer of St. Chrysostom. in writy of Spirit, in the bond of peace, and in righteousness of life. ALMIGIITY Gol, who hast
given us grace at this time, Finally, we commend to thy Fa- with one accord to make our com therly goolness, all those who are mon supplications unto thee; and any ways aftlicted or distressed in dost promise that when twoor three miwi, body, or estate ; that it may are gathered together in thy name, please thee to comfort and relieve thou wilt grant
requests ; ful. them, accorling to their several fil now, O Lou, the desires and necessities; giving them patience petitions of thy servants, as may le under their sufferings, and a happy most expedient for them; granting issue out of all their afflictions : us in this world knowledge of thy And this we beg for Jesus Christ's truth, and in the world to come life cake. Amen.
everlasting. Amen. I A General Thanksgiving.
2 Cor. xiii. 14. all mercies, we, thine unwor- Christ, and the love of God, thy servants, do give thee most and the fellowship of the Holy Ghost, aumble and hearty thanks for all be with us all evermore. Åmen,
Here endeth the order of Morning Prayer.
f The Minister shall begin the Evening Prayer, by reading one or more of the
following Sentences of Scripiure. HE
; let all the earth keep.silcnce thou bring me to nothing. Jer. x. before him. Hub. ïi. 20.
24. Psal. vi. 1. From the rising of the sun even Repent ye; for the kingdom of unto the going down of the same, heaven is at hand. St. Mut. iii. 2. my name shall be great among the I will arise, and go to my father, Gentiles; and in every place in- and will say unto him ; Father, i cense shall be offered unto my have sinned against heaven, and be. name, and a pure offering: for my fore thee, and am no more worthy rame shall be great among the to be called thy son. St. Luke xv heathen, saith the Lord of hosts. 18, 19. Mal. i. 11.
Enter not into judgment with thy Let the words of my mouth, and servant, O Lorl; for in thy sigla the meditation of my heart, be shall no man living be justified. alway acceptable in ihy sight, o Psul. cxliii. 2. Lor, ny strength and my Re- If we say that we have no sin, we deemer, Psal. xix. 14.
deceive owurselves, and the truth is When the wicked man turneth not in us; but if we confess our away from his wickedness that he sins, God is faithful and just to for. nath committed, and docth that give us our siris, and io cleanse which is lawful and right, he shall us from all unrighteousness. 1 save his soul alive. Ezek. xviii. 27. John i. 8, 9.
I acknowledge my transgres- Then the Minister shall say, sions ; and my sin is ever before DEARLY beloved brethren, the me. Psal. li. 3.
Hirle thy face finm my sins; and places, to acknowledge and confess blot out all mine iniquities.Psal.li
. 9. our manifold sins and wickedness, The sacrifices of God are a bro- and that we should not dissemble ken spirit; a broken and a contrite nor cloak them before the face of heart, O God, thou wilt not despise. Almighty Gal, our heavenly FaPsal. li. 17.
ther, but confess them with an humRend your heart and not your ble, lowly, penitent, and obedient garments, and turn into the Lord heart; to the end that we may ob your Gol; for he is gracious and tain forgiveness of the same, by his merciful, slow to anger, and of great infinite goodness and mercy. And kindness, and repenteth lim of the although we ought, at all times, evil. Joel ïi. 13.
humbly to acknowledge our sins To the Lord our Gol belong mer- before God; yet ought we chiefly cies and forgivenesses, though we so to do, when we assemble and have rebeller! against him ; neither meet together, to render thanks for have we obeyed the voice of the the great benefits that we have reLord our Goil, to walk in his laws ceived at his hands, to set forth his which he set before us. Dan. ix. most worthy praisc, to hear his most 9, 10.
holy word, and to ask those things O Lord, correct me, but with which are requisite and necessary
as well for the body as the soul. Jsent, and that the rest of our life Wherefore, I pray and beseech you, hereafter may be pure and holy ; as many as are here present, to ac- so that at the last we may come to company me, with a pure heart, and his eternal joy, through Jesus Christ humble voice, unto the throne of our Lord. the heavenly grace, saying- 1 The People shall answer here, and at 9 A general Confession, to be said by the
the end of every Prayer, Amen.
I Or this. whole Congregation after the Minister, all kneeling:
, ALMIGHTY and most merciful
ly Father, who, of his great Father ; We have erred and mercy, hath promised forgiveness strayed from thy ways like lost of sins to all those who, with hearty sheep. We have followed too much Repentance and true Faith, turn the devices and desires of our own unto him ; have mercy upon you, hearts. We have offended against pardon and deliver you from all thy holy laws. We have left un- your sins, confirm and strengthen done those things which we ought you in all goodness, and bring you to have done; And we have done to everlasting life, through Jesus those things which we ought not to Christ our Lord. Amen. have done : And there is no health 1 Then the Minister shall kneel, and say in us. But thou, O Lord, have mer
the Lord's Prayer; the People still
kneeling, and repeating it with him, both cy upon us, miserable offenders.
here, and wheresoever else it is used ia Spare thou those, O God, who con- Divine Service. fess their faults. Restore thout those OUR Father, who art imhdearon,
Hallowed be thy ; Thy thy promises declared unto man-Kingdom come; Thy Will be done kind, in Christ Jesus our Lorc, on Earth, as it is in Heaven; Give And grant, 0 most nierciful Father, us this day our daily bread; And for his sake; That we may here- forgive us our trespasses, as we forafter live a godly, righteous, and give those who trespass against us; sober life; To the glory of thy And lead us not into temptation; holy name. Amen.
But deliver us from evil: For thine 9 The Declaration of Absolution, or Re- is the kingrom, and the Power, and
mission of Sms; to be made by the the Glory, for ever and ever. Amen. Priest alone, standing; the People still 1 Then likewise he shall say, kneeling.
O Lord, open thou our lips; ALMIGHTY God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who forth thy praise.
Ans. And our mouth shall show desireth not the death of a sinner, 1 Here, all standing up, the Minister shall but rather that he may turn from his wickedness and live, hath given Glory be to the Father, and to power and commandment to his the Sun, and to the Holy Ghost; ministers to declare and pronounce Ane. As it was in the beginning, to his people, being penitent, the is now, and ever shall be, world Absolution and Remission of their without end. sins. He pardoneth and absolveth Min. Praise ye the Lord. all those who truly repent, and un- Ans. The Lori's name be praised. feignedly believe his holy Gospel. Then shall follow a Portion of the Wherefore, let us beseech him to Psalms, as they are appointed, or one of grant us true repentance, and his
the Sclections, as they are set forth by Holy Spirit ; that those things may
this Church, with the Doxology, as in
the Morning Service. Then shali he pluise him which we do at this pre-l read the first Lesson, according to the
Table or Calendar, after which shall be rejoice in giving praise for the ope said or sung the following. Psalm, except rations of thy hands. when it is read in the ordinary course of the Psalms, on the nineteenth
day of the Then a Lesson of the New Testament, month.
as it is appointed: And after that, shall
be sung or said this Psalm, except on the Cantate Domino. Psal. xcviii. twelfth day of the 'nonth.
Deus misereatur. Psal. lxvü. O Sing. unto the Lord a new song; for he hath done mar.
"VOD be merciful unto us and vellous things.
U bless us, and show us the light With his own right hand, and of his countenance, and be mercitul with his holy arm, hath he gotten unto us. himself the victory.
That thy way may be known The Lord declared his salvation ; upon earth, thy saving health among his righteousness hath he openly all nations. showed in the sight of the heathen.
Let the people praise thee, O He hath remembered his mercy God; yea, let all the people praise and truth toward the house of Is- thee. rael; and all the ends of the world O let the nations rejoice and be have seen the salvation of our God. glad; for thou shalt judge the folk
Show yourselves joyful unto the righteously, and govern the nations Lord, all ye lands; sing, rejoice, upon earth. and give thanks.
Let the people praise thee, O Praise the Lord upon the harp : God; yea, let all the people praise sing to the harp with a psalm of thee, thanksgiving
Then shall the earth bring forth With trumpets also and shawms, her increase; and God, even our O show yourselves joyful before the own God, shall give us his blessing. Lord the King
God shall bless us; and all the Let the sea make a noise and all ends of the world shall fear him.
1 Or this. that therein is, the round world and
Benedic, Anima mea. Psal. cii. they that dwell therein.
Let the floods clap their hands, PRAISE the Lord, O my soul, and let the hills be joyful together
and all is me, praise before the Lord; for he cometh to
his holy name. judge the earth.
Praise the Lord, O my soul, and With righteousness shall he judge forget not all his benefits ; the world, and the people with
Who forgiveth all thy sin, and
healeth all thine infirmities; equity.
Who saveth thy life from deI Or this.
struction, and crowneth thee with Bonum est confiteri. Psal. xcii. mercy and loving kindness, IT is a good thing to give thanks O praise the Lorl, ye Angels of
unto the Lon), and to sing praises his, ye that excel in strength; ye unto thy name, O Most Highest; that fulfil his commandmert, and
To tell of thy loving-kindness hearken unto the voice of his word early in the morning, and of thy O praise the Lord, all ye his truth in the night season ;
hosts; ye servants of his that do Upon an instrument of ten his pleasure. strings, and upon the lute ; upon a O speak good of the Lord, all ye loud instrument, and upon the barp. works of his, in all places of his
For thou, Lor, hast made me dominion. Praise thou the Lord, glad through thy works ; and I will'O my soul,