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4 He telleth the number of the | stars and calleth them | all by their names.
5 Great is our LORD, and great | is his | power: yea and his wisdom | is I
6 The LORD sétteth | up the | meek: and bringeth the ungodly | down = | to the | ground.
7 O sing unto the LORD with | thanks· = ing sing praises upon the | harp · = | unto God;
8 Who covereth the heaven with clouds and prepareth ráin | for the earth and maketh the grass to grow upon the mountains ⋆ and herb | for the use of men;
9 Who giveth fódder | unto the cattle and feedeth the young | ravens that | call up | on him. 10 He hath no pleasure in the strength | of an | horse neither delighteth | he in | any
| givour |
11 But the LORD's delight is in | them that | fear him: and put their | trust in | his | mercy. 12 Praise the LORD | O Je | rusalem: práise | thy | God O | Sion.
13 For he hath made fast the bars | of thy | gates and hath | blessed thy | children with | in thee.
14 He maketh peace in thy | borders and filleth thee with the | flour of
15 He sendeth forth his commandment up | earth and his word | runneth | very |
16 He giveth | snow like | wool: and scáttereth the hoar = | frost like | ashes.
17 He casteth fórth his | ice like | morsels: who is able to a | bide his | frost?
18 He sendeth out his word, and | melteth | them: he bloweth with his wind | and the | waters | flow.
19 He showeth his word unto | Jacob: his statutes and ordinances | unto | Isra | el.
20 He hath not dealt so with any | nation: neither have the heathen | knowledge | of his | laws.
PRAISE the LORD of heaven: praise |
2 Praise him all ye | angels of | his praise | him all his | host.
3 Praise him | sun and
moon: praise him | all
ye stars and | light.
4 Práise him | all ye | heavens: and ye waters that | are a | bove the heavens. 1
5 Let them praise the Náme | of the | LORD : for he spake the word and they were made ⋆ he commånded and they | were created.
6 He hath made them fást for | ever and | ever: he hath given them a láw | which shall not be | broken.
7 Praise the LORD up | on dragons and all | deeps;
8 Fire and háil | snow and | vapours: wind and | storm ful | filling • his | word;
9 Mountains and all | hills: fruitful | trees and | all. = | cedars;
10 Beasts and all | cattle: wórms | feathered | fowls;
11 Kings of the earth | and all | people: princes and all | judges | of the | world;
12 Young men and maidens, old men and children praise the Name of the LORD: for his Name only is excellent and his praise a | bove· heaven and earth.
| earth: ye |
13 He shall exalt the horn of his people his saints shall | praise him: even the children of Israel éven the people that | serveth | him.
PSALM 149. Cantate Domino.
SING unto the LORD a | new
2 Let Israel rejoice in him that | made him : and let the children of Sfon be | joyful | in their | King.
3 Let them praise his Náme | in the | dance : let them sing praises unto | him with | tabret · and | harp. 4 For the LORD hath pleasure | in his | people: and helpeth the meek = | hearted.
5 Let the saints be | joyful with | glory : let them rejoice. = | in their | beds.
6 Let the praises of Gód bc | in their | mouth : and a two-edged | sword
| in their | hands; 7 To be avenged | of the | heathen: and | to re | I buke the people;
8 To bind their | kings in | chains and their | nobles with | links of | iron;
| song: let = | praise
9 That they may be avenged of them | as it · is | written: Such | honour have | all his | saints.
PSALM 150. Laudate Dominum.
PRAISE Gód | in his | holiness: praise him in the firmament | of his | power. 2 Praise him in his noble | acts: praise him according to his | excel·lent | greatness.
3 Praise him in the sound of the trumpet: praise him up | on the | lute and | harp.
4 Praise him in the cymbals and praise him up | on the | strings and | pipe.
5 Praise him upon the well | tuned | cymbals : praise him up on the loud
6 Let every thing that hath | breath: praise | =1 the LORD.
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END OF THE SELECTIONS.
THE FORM AND MANNER OF
MAKING, ORDAINING, AND CONSECRATING BISHOPS, PRIESTS, AND DEACONS;
ACCORDING TO THE ORDER OF THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AS ESTABLISHED BY THE BISHOPS, THE CLERGY, AND LAITY OF SAID CHURCH, IN GENERAL CONVENTION, IN THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1792.
Tis evident unto all men, diligently reading Holy Scripthere have been these Orders of Ministers in Christ's Church, -Bishops, Priests, and Deacons. Which Offices were evermore had in such reverend estimation, that no man might presume to execute any of them, except he were first called, tried, examined, and known to have such qualities as are requisite for the same; and also by public Prayer, with Imposition of Hands, were approved and admitted thereunto by lawful Authority. And therefore, to the intent that these Orders may be continued, and reverently used and esteemed in this Church, no man shall be accounted or taken to be a lawful Bishop, Priest, or Deacon, in this Church, or suffered to execute any of the said Functions, except he be called, tried, examined, and admitted thereunto, according to the Form hereafter following, or hath had Episcopal Consecration or Ordination.
And none shall be admitted a Deacon, Priest, or Bishop, except he be of the age which the Canon in that case provided may require.
And the Bishop, knowing either by himself, or by sufficient testimony, any Person to be a man of virtuous conversation, and without crime; and, after examination and trial, finding him sufficiently instructed in the Holy Scripture, and other wise learned as the Canons require, may, at the times appointed, or else, on urgent occasion, upon some other day, in the face of the Church, admit him a Deacon, in such manner and form as followeth.
THE FORM AND MANNER OF
When the day appointed by the Bishop is come, after Morning Prayer is ended, there shall be a Sermon, or Exhortation, declar ing the Duty and Office of such as come to be admitted Deacons; how necessary that Order is in the Church of Christ, and also, how the People ought to esteem them in their Öffice.
A Priest shall present unto the Bishop, sitting in his chair near to the Holy Table, such as desire to be ordained Deacons, each of them being decently habited, saying these words,
EVEREND Father in God, I present unto you these persons present, to be admitted Deacons.
JAKE heed that the persons, whom ye present unto us, sation, to exercise their Ministry duly, to the honour of God, and the edifying of his Church.
¶ The Priest shall answer,
HAVE inquired concerning them, and also examined them, and think them so to be.
Then the Bishop shall say unto the People, RETHREN, if there be any of you who knoweth any
sons presented to be ordered Deacons, for the which he ought not to be admitted to that Office, let him come forth in the Name of God, and show what the Crime or Impediment is.
And if any great Crime or Impediment be objected, the Bishop shall cease from Ordering that person, until such time as the party accused shall be found clear of that Crime.
Then the Bishop (commending such as shall be found meet to be Ordered, to the Prayers of the congregation) shall, with the Clergy and People present, say the Litany.
Then shall be said the Service for the Communion, with the Collect, Epistle, and Gospel, as followeth,
LMIGHTY God, who by thy divine providence hast
and didst inspire thine Apostles to choose into the Order of Deacons the first Martyr Saint Stephen, with others; Mercifully behold these thy servants now called to the