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profound Humility of Soul and Body, I cast my self at the feet of thy Divine Majesty, Adoring thee as my Sovereign Judge. Who haft pronounced against Me and all Sinners, (in the first Man that finned) che Sentence of Death, saying, Dust tbou art, and unto Duft shalt thou return.
In Homage of thy Divine Justice, I humbly fubmit to the Sentence then pronounced againft Me, and all Mankind.
All the Days of my appointed time will I wait, till my Change come. Job 14. 14.
2. A Submission to the Mainers
; : 'of Death. . . AND as to the time, and , From
Mr. Kete A Place, and Manner, and tlewell. all Circumstances of my Death, I desire to submit to thy good. Pleasure.
But I humbly beg, if it be thy gracious Will, O Lord, Make my Pains short, and my ".. Death easy: At least, not extremely tedious, or grievous to me.
But if thou haft otherwise determined, thy Blessed will be done:
Only give me Patience to bear my Pains, and Spiritual Comforts under them; and at thine own due time, make my Death my Passage to a Blessed and Eternal Life; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen..
Office for AND, O Lord, most Holy, O Burial. A God most Mighty; O Holy
and Merciful Saviour, thou most worthy Fudge Eternal ; suffer me not at my last Hour, for any Pains of Death, to fall from thee. Amen....
3. Against the Fear of Death. From Rant, O Lord, that I may Mr. Kot o end my Life in thy Fear slewel.
and Favour; and receive my Death, whenever it shall approach, not as my Curse, but as my Deliverance; as a Rest from my Labours, and an Entrance upon a Life without Trou-", ble and without Sin.
Remember not against me my manifold Sins; but let them all be done away by thy Mercies, and my Blessed Saviour's Merits, and my own true Repentance.
Trengthen me, O God, in my From W last Agonies ; and as my levels
by Mr. Ket. Strength decays, let my Pains wear off. But when my Strength fails, let not my Faith fail ; even in Death enable me to trust in thee. .
. i. Deliver me from all violent Disorders of a troubled Fancy, or painful Delusions of my Ghostly Enemy. O, let him not be able to disturb and terrify me, or any way prevail against me. Amen.'
D Ave me in thy Custody, From 11 O Holy Father : For no- Mr. Kete
slewell. thing can take me out of thy hands. Give thy holy Angels charge to stand about me, to guard and re
ceive my poor Soul at my Departure, and to conduct and car, ry it to the bleffed Receptacles of Reft and Peace. Amen.
Into thy Hands, O Lord, I commend my Spirit : for thou hast Redeemed it, O Lord, thou God of Truth. 7: 2:1::.;::
of the Sick Man's Daily Prayers;
and other Instances of his Devoordion. :;.: :.
I, Of bis Daily Prayers."
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