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unto you first of all, that which I ready to hear, than we to pray, also received, how that Christ and art wont to give more than died for our fins according to the either we delire, or deferve; Pour Scriptures; and that he was bu. down upon us the abundance of ried, and that he rose again the thy mercy, forgiving us those third day, according to the Scrip- things whereor our conscience is tures; and that he was seen of afraid, and giving us those good Cephas, then of the twelve. Af- things which we are not worthy ter that he was seen of above five to ask, but through the merits hundred brethren at once; of and media:ion of Jefus Christ thy whom the greater pari remain Son our Lord. Amen. unto this present ; but fome are The Epiftle. 2 Cor. 3. 4. fallen afleep. After that he was UCH "have we through

Schrit to Godward he not Apoftles. And lait of all he was wa are sufficient of ourselves to seen of me also, as of one born think any thing as of ourselves : out of due time. For I am the but our sufficiency is of God. leaft of the Apotles, that am not Who also hath made us able mimeet to be called an Apoftle, be- nifters of the new testament; cause I persecuted the church of not of ihe letter, but of the SpiGod. But by the grace of God i rit : for the letter killeth, but am what I am: and his grace, the Spirit giveth lite. But if the which was beftowed upon me, miniftration of death, written was not in vain : but I laboured and engraven ia ftones, was glomore abundantly than they all ; rious ; so that the children of ll. yet not l, but the grace of God saci could not stedfastly behold which was with nie. Therefore the face of Mofes, for the clory whether it were 1, or they, fo we of his countenance, which glory preach, and so ye believed. was to be done away; how thall The Gospel S. Luke 18. 9.

not the ministration of the Spirit ES US spare this parable unto be rather glorious ! For if the selves that they were righteous, glory, much more doth the miand defpifed others : Two men

niftratiun of righteousnefs ex. went up into the temple to pray,

ceed in glory. the one a Pharisee, and the other

The Gospel. S. Mark 7. 31. a Publican. The Pharisee food JESS oreparting from the coasts God, i thank thee that I am not midft of the coasts of Decapolis.

to the sea of Galilee, through the as o her men arę, extortioners, And they bring unto him one unjuft, adulterers, or even as this Publican: 1 fast twice in the

that was deaf, and had an impeweek, I give tithes of all that i diment in his speech; and they pofrels. And the Publican, ftard beseech him to put his hand uping afar off, would not lift up fo froin the multitude, and put his

And he took him afide much as his eyes unto heaven, fingers into his ears, and he fpit, but Imore upon his breast, fay- and touched his tongue : And ing, God be merciful to me a finner. I tell you this man went looking up to heaven, he fighed, down to his house juftified ra

and faith 'un'o him, Ephphatha, ther than the other : for every

that is, be opened. And straightone that exalteth himselfihall be way his cars were opened, and abased, and he that humbleth the string, of his tongue was himself shall be exalted.

loosed, and he spake plain. And

he charged them that they thould The twelfth Sunday after Trinity. charged them, so much the more

tell ne man; but the more he The Collect. A LMIGHTY and everlafting and were beyond measure afto.

a great deal they published it, God, who art always more nilhed, saying, He hath done all


The thirteenth, and fourteenth Sunday after Triniry. things well : he maketh both the and tempted him, saying, Mafer, deaf to hear, and the dumb to what thall I do to inheric eternal Ipeak.

life? He said unto him, What is

written in the law? How readelt The thirternth Sunday after thou! And he answering said, Trinity.

'I hou shalt love the Lord thy The Colied.

God with all thy ļ eart, and wi:h of whose only gitt it com- ftrength, and with all thy mind; eth, that thy faictiful people do and thy neighbour as thyself. unto thee true and laudable fer. And he said unto him, 7 hou haft vice; Grant, we besecch thee, answered right : this do, and that we may lo faithfully serve thou shalt live. But he willing thee in this life, that we fail not to justify himself, laid unto Jefinally to attain thy heavenly sus, And who is my neighbour ! promises, through the merits of And Jesus answering said, A Jesus Chrift aur Lord. Ainen, certain man went down from Je

The Episue. Gal. 3. 16. rusalem to Jericho, and fell

10. Abraham and his feed among thieves, which firipped He falth not, And o feeds, as of cd him, and departed, leaving nany; but as of one; And to hy him half dead. And by chance fed, which is Christ. And this there canre down a certain prieft I say, that the covenant that that way, and when he saw him, was confirmed before of God in he paffed by on the other side. Chrift, the law which was four And likewife a Levite when he hundred and thirty years after, was at the place, came and look. cannot disannul, that it thould ed on him, and pafled by on the make the promise of none effect. other fide, But a certain SamaFor if the inheritance be of the ritan, as he journeyed, came law, it is no more of promife: where he was, and when he saw but God gave it to Abraham by him, he had companion on him, promise. Wherefore then serv- and went to him, and bound up eth the law! it was added be- his wounds, pouring in oil and cause of transgressions, till the wine, and set him on his own feed thould come, to whom the beatt, and brought him to an inn, promise was made, and it was and took care of him. And on the ordained by angels'in the hand morrow when he departed, he of a mediator. Now a mediator took out two pence, and gave is not a mediator of one; but them to the host, and said unto God is one. Is the law then him, 'Take care of him, and against the promises of God? God whatsoever thou spendeft more, forbid : for if there had been a when come again, I will iepay law given which could have thee. Which now of these three, given life, veriiy righteousness thinkest thou, was neighbour thould have been by the law. But unto him that fell among the the Scripture hath concluded all thieves! And he said, He that under fin, that the promise by thewed mercy on him. Then said faith of Jesus Chrif might be Jesus unto him, Go, and do thou given to them that believe. likewise.

The Gospel, 8. Luke 10. 23: Blesses are the

es which

The fourteenth Sunday after fee thethings that yefre: For

Trinity. I tell you, that many propheus

The collect. those things which needed, and A God, rive unto use the inner have not seen them; and to hear crease of faith, hope, and charity; those things which ye bear, and and that we may obtain that have not heard them. And, be- which thou doft promise, make build, a ccriain lawyer ficou up, us to love that which thou doft


command, through Jesus Chrift The fifteenth Sunday after
our Lord. Amen.

The Epifle. Gal. s. 16.

The Colleå.
I and ye shall not fulfil the

lui K Lord, the Church with thy

we , of the feth. For the ficth lufteth againft the Spirit, and the Spirit the frailty of man without thee

perpetual mercy; and because againft the fleth: and these are cannot but fall, keep us ever by contrary the one to the other ; thy help from all things hurtful, so that ye cannot do the things and lead us to all things profit. that ye would. But if ye be led able to our salvation, through by the Spirit, ye are not under Jesus Chrift our Lord. Amen. the law. Now the works of the fleth are manifeft, which are

The Epiftle. Gal. 6. U. these, adultery, fornication, un. Y eo

E see how large a letter I cleanness, lasciviousness, idola. try, witchcraft, hatred, variance, fire to make a fair fhew in the

mine own hand. As many as de emulations, wrath, ftrife, fedi. tions, herclics, envyings, mur. feth, they conftrain you to be ders, drunkennels, revellings, circumcised, only lett they should and such like: ot 'the which i fuffer persecution for the cross of tell you before, as I have also Chrift. For neither they them. told you in time paft, that they felves who are circumcised keep who do such things thall not in the law; but defire to have you herit the kingdom of God. But circumcised, that they may glory the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy: that I thould glory, save in the

But God forbid goodness, faith, meekness, tea: cross of our Lord Jesus Chrift, perance: against such there is no by whom the world is crucified law. And they that are Chrift's unto me, and I unto the world. have crucified 'the felh with the For in Chrift Jesus neicher ciraffections and lutts.

cumcision availeth any thing nor The Gospel. S. Luke 17. 11.

uncircumcifion, but a new crcaA ND it came to pass, as Jesus ture: And as many as walk ac. went to Jerufalem, that he cording to this rule, peace be on

them and mercy, and upon the passed through the midit of Samaria and Galilee. And as he Israel of God. from henceforth entered into a certain village, let no man trouble me: tor I there met him ten men that bear in ny body the marks of were lepers, who stood açar off. the Lord Jefus.' Brethren, the And they lifted up their voices, grace of our Lord Jesus Chrift be and said, Jesus, Mafter, have mer.


your fpirit. Amen. cy on us. And when he saw them, The Gospel. S. Matth. 6. 24. selves unto the priefts. And it

Neman can ever the mali

ters: for either he will came to pass, that as they went, hate the

one, and love the other; they were cleansed. And one of or else he will hold to the one, them, when he saw that he was and despise the other. Ye cannot healed, turned back, and with a serve God and Mammon. There. loud voice, glorified God, and fore I say unto you, Take no fell down on his face at his feet, thought for your li'e, what yo giving him thanks : and he was thall eat, or what ye thall drink; à Samaritan. And Jesus answer- nor yet for your body, what ye ing said, Were there not ten thall put on. Is not the life more cleansedi but where are the nine! than meat, and the body than There are not found that return. raiment? Behold the fowls of the ed to give glory to God, lave air : for they fow not, neither this stranger. And he said unto do they reap, nor gather into him, Arise, go thy way: thy barns; yet your heavenly Fa: her taith hath made thee whole. fcedeth 'them. Are ye not much The fixteenth, and feventeenth Sunday after Trinity, better than they? Which of you length, and depth, and height: by taking thought can add one and to know the love of Chritt, cubit unto his ttature ! And why, which palleth knowledge, that take ye thought for rainient ye might be filled with all the Confider the lilies of the field fulnere of God. Now unto him how they grow: they toil nnt, that is able to do exceeding neither do they spin ; and yet abundantiy above all that we alk I say unto you, That even Solo


or think, according to the power mon in all his glory was not ar- that worketh in us, urto him be fayed like one of these. Where glory in the Church by Chritt fore, if God fo clothe the grass Jesus, throughout all ages, world of the field, which to day is, and without end. Ainen. to morrow is cast into the oven, thall he not much more clothe

The Go'pel. S. Luke 7.11. you are of dittle faith! There A pret came to pass the day What shall we eat? or, what a city called Nain; and many of shall we drinkios, Wherewithal his disciples went with him, and shall we be clothed? (for after all much people. Now when he these things do the Gentil s seek) came nigh to the gate of the city. for your heavenly Father know behold, there was a dead niza eth that ye have need of all there carried out. the only son of his things. But seek ye firft the king. mother, and she was a widow; dom of God, and his rightecut. and

much peorle of the city was

And when the Lord nefs, and all these thing shall be with her. added unto you. Take therefore saw her, he had compassion on no thought for the morrow; fi her, and said unto her, Weep the morrow shall take thought not.. And he came and touched for the things of itself fufficient the bier, and they that hart him unto the day is the evil thereof.

ftood till.) And he said. Ycung man, I say unto thee, Arise. And

he that was dead Cat up. and be. The fixteenth Sunday after gan to speak: and he delivered Trinity.

him to his mother. And there The Cotled.

came a fear on all: and they glo. O

LORD, we beftech thee, let rified God, saying, That a great

thy continual pity cleanfe Prophet is rifen up, among us: and de!end thy Church, and be and, That God hath viti ed his

cause it cannot continue in fafery people. And this rumour of him - without thy fuccour, prorerve it went forth throughout all Judea,

evermore by thy help and good and throughout all the region neís, through Jesus Christ our round about. Lord. Amen. The Epifle. Ephef. 3. 13.

The seventeenth Sunday after

DESIRE that ye faint not at
my tribulations for you.which

The Collect
is your glory. For this cause I
bow my knces unto the Father prace may always prevent
of our Lord Jesus Chrift, of and follow us; and make us con-
whom the whole family in hea. tinually to be given to all good
ven and earth is named, that he works, through Jesus Chriit our
would grant you, according to Lord. Amen.
the riches of his glory, to be The Epifle. Ephef. 4. 1.
ftrengtlened with might by his


THEREFORE the prisoner of

the Lord beseech you, that ye Chrift may dwell in your hearts walk worthy of the vocation by faith; that ye being rooted wherewith ye were ca'led, with and grounded in love, may be all lowliness, and mech ne fs, with able to comprehend with all longsuffering, forbearing one laints, what is the breadth, and another in love; endeavouring



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The eighteenth, and-nineteenth Sunday after Trinity. to keep the unity of the Spirit in pure hearts and minds to follow the bond of peace. There is one thee the only God, through Jesus body and one Spirit, even as ye Chrid our Lord. Amen. are called in one hope of your The Epiftle. i Cor. 1. 4. calling; one Lord, one Faith, one Bar tilin, one God and Fa

THANK my God always on I

your behalf, for the grace of ther of all, who is above all, and God which is given you by Jesus through all, and in you all. Chrift; that in every thing yo The Gospel. S. Luke 14. I.

are enriched by him in all ut. came to pass, as Jesus went terance, and in all knowledge; chief Pharisees to eat bread on

was confirmed in you. So that the fabbath day, thatthey watch

ye come behind in ito gift; wait. ed him. And, behold, there wasa ing for the coming of our Lord cerrain man before him wło bad Telus Christ, wio ihall also con

firm the droply. And Jerus antwer

you unto the end, that ye ing, spake unto the lawyers and may be blameless in the day of Parisees, taying, !s it lawiul to

our Lord Jesus Chrift. heal on the laboath day? And The Gospel. S. Matth. 22. 34. took him, and healed him, and

heard that Jesus had put ler him go and answered them, the Sadducces to lilence, they fàying, Which of you thall have were gathered together. Then, an ars or an ox fallen into a pit, one of them, who was a lawyer, and will not straightway pull alked him a question, temp ing him out on the rabbath day? him, and saying, Matter, which is And they could not answer him the great commandment in the anain to these things. And he law! Jesus said unto him, Thou put forth a parable to tho'e who thalt love the Lord thy God with were bidder, when he marked all thy heart, and with all thy How they cho e out the chief soul, and with all thy mind. This rooms saying unto them, When is the first and great cmmnandthon are bidden of any man to a ment. And the fecond is like unwedding, fic rot down in the to it, Thou thalt love thy neighhigheit room, left a more honour, bour as thyself. On these two able man than thou be bidden of comrandments hang all the law Him: And he that bade thee and and the prophets. While the him, come and say o thee, Give Pharisees were ga hered toge this man place; and thou begin ther, Jefus asked them saying, with thame to take the loweft What think ye of Chrift? whole

Eur when thou art bid. fon is he? They say unto him, der, go and fit down in the low. The Son of David. He faith unto ett ponni that when he that them, How then doth David in tade thiee crine:h, he may fay {pirit call him Lord, laying, he !!lothee, Friend, go up higher. Lord said unto my Lord, Sit thou Then that th: u have worthip in on my right hand, till i make The prefence or them thai fit at thine en mics thy tooftool? 11 mear with thee. For whosoever David then call him Lord, how is exalteth limle!f thall be abaled; he his fe n? And no man was able adhe, that hurbleth limfeli to an!wer hin a word, nether hall be exalted.

durtt an man from that day forth

ask him any more queñions. The eighteen!h Sunday after The nineteenth Sunday after

The Collect.

The Colica. CRD 'We here.hthee, grant temptations f the world, thee; Mercifully grant that thy

th: e we are not able to please Toth, and the devil, and with Holy Spirit may in all things di.


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