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I am become 'as it were a him, to whom all things in hea. monster unto many : buc my ven, in earth and under the fure trul is in thee.
earth, do bow and obey, be now Olet my mouth be filled and evermore thy defence, and with thy praise : that I may make thee know and feel, that fing of thy glory and honour all there is none other name under the day long
heaven given to man, in whom Caft me
not away in the and through whoin thou mayest time of age : forsake me not receive health and salvation, but when my strength faileth me. only the Name of our Lord Jesus
For mine enemies speak againft Chrift. Amen. me, and they that lay wait for And nfaer that shall say,
NTO hath him, perfecute him, and take thee: The Lord bless thee, and him; for there is none to deliver keep thee; The Lord make his him.
face to thine upon thee; and be Go not far from me, O God: gracious unto thee; The Lord my God, hate thee wo help me. lift up his countenance upon
Let them be confounded and thee, and give thee peace both perilh, that are against my soul : now and evermore. Amen. let them be covered with thame 1 A Prayer for a sick Child. and dishonour that feek to do Ocitur Father, to whom alone me evil
As fr me, I will patiently belong the issues of life and abide alway: and will praise death"; Look down from hea. thee more and more.
ven, we humbly beleech thee, My mouth thall daily speak of with the eyes of mercy upon thy rizhteouiness and salvation : this Child now lying upon the for I know no end thereof. bed of fickness: visit him, O
I will go forth in the strength Lord, with thy falvation, deli. of the Lord God: and will inake ver him in thy good appointed mention of thy righteousness time from his bodily pain, and only.
fave his foul for thy mercies' Thou, O God, has taught fake. That if it thall be thy me from my youth up until picasure to prolong his days now: therefore will I tell of thy here on earthi, he may live to wondrous works.
thee, and be an inftrument of Forlake me ro", O God, in thy glory, by serving thee faithmine old age, when I ain gray; fully, and doing good in his peheaded : until I have thewed neration : or elle receive him thy strength unto this genera- into those heavenly habitations, tion, and thy power to all them where the fou's of them that that are yet for to come. neep in the Lord Jesus, enjoy
Thy righteou.nefs, O God, is perpetual rest and felicity. Grant very higli, and great things are this, O Lord, for thy inercies' they that thou hast done : 0 fake, in the same thy Son our God, who is like unto thee ! Lord Jesus Christ, who liveth
Glory he to the Fa:her, &c. and reigneth with thee and the As it was in the beginning, c. Holy Ghost, ever one God, world Adding this:
without end. Amen. O
SAVIOUR of the world, T A Prayer for a fick, Perfon,
who by thy Cross and pre. when there appeareth but small cious Blood haft redeemed us, hope of recovery.
FATHER of mercies, and befeech thce, O Lord.
! Then shall the Minister say, help in time of need; We fy unto TH
HE Almighty Lord, who thee for succour in behalf of this
is a most strong tower to thy servant, here lying under all them that put their trust in thy hand in great weakness of
Save us, and help us, we humbly O God of all comfort, our only
body. Look graciously upon feth, or the wiles of Satan, being him, O Lord; and the more purged and done away, it may the ourward man decayeth, be presented pure and without ftrengthca him, we beseech ihee, spot before thee. And teach us fo iniich the more continually who furvive, in this and other with thy grace and holy Spirit, in like daily spectacles of mortality, the inner man, Give him un- to see how frail and uncertain feigned repentance for all the our own condition is, and so to errors of his lite past, and fted- number our days, that we may fait faith in thy Son Jesus, that seriously apply our hearts to his fins may be done away by that holy and heavenly wisdom, thy mercy, and his pardon ičaled whilft we live here, which may in heaven, before he go lence, in the end bring us to lile everand be no more feen. We know, lafting, through the merits of O Lord, that there is no word Jesus Christ thine only Son our imposible with thee; and ibat, Lord. Amen. if thou wilt, thou canst even yet I A Prayer for Perfons troubled raise him up, and crant him a longer continuance amongst us.
in mind, or in conscience. Yece forasmuch as in all appeari O BLESSED Lord; the Father draweth near, so fit and prepare all comforts, we befeech thee, him, we befeech thee, againft the look down in pity and compara hour of death, that after his de- fion upon this thy afflicted ferparture hence in peace and in vant. Thou writeit bitter things thy favour, his soul may be re- against him, and diakett him to ceived into thine everlasting poffels his former iniquities; kingdom, through the merits
and thy wrath lieth hard upon him, mediation of Jesus Christ thine and his soul is full of trouble only Son, our Lord and Saviour. But, o mercifu! God, who halt Amen.
written thy holy Word for our TA commendatory Prayer for a tience and comfort of thy holy
learning, that we through pafick Person at the point of de. Scriptures, might have hope parture.
giye him right undertanding ALMIGHTY God, with of himself, and of thy treats O whom do live the foírits of and promises, that he may nei. just men madc perfe& after they ther caft away his contidence are delivered from their earthly in thee, nor place it any where prisons; We humbly commend but in thee. Give him sirength the foul of this thy fervant, against all his templations, and our dear brother, into thy hands, heal all his diftempers. Preals as into the hands of a faithful not the bruised reed, nor quench Creator, and most merciful Sa the smoking flax. Shur noc up viour; most humbly befeeching thy tender mercies in diflcan thee, that it may be precious in fure, but make him to hear of thy fight. Waih is, we pray joy and gladnels, that the bones thee, in the blood of that imma which thou lialt broben mav culate Lamb, that was Alain to rejoice. Deliver him from fiar take away the fins of the world; of the enemy, and lift np the that whatsoever deflements it light of thy countenance upon may have contracted in the midst him, and give him peace, through of this miserable and naughty the inerits and mediation of Jelus world, through the lusts of the Christ our Lord, Amen,
1 Forasmuch as all mortal men be subject to many sudden perils,
diseases, and ficknesses, and ever uncertain what time they fall depart out of this life; therefore to the intent they may be always in a readiness to die, whenfoever it shall please Almighty God to call them, the Curates shall diligently from time to time but especially in the time of peftilence, or other infectious fickness) 'exhort their Pa rishioners to the often receiving. of the holy Communion of the Body and Blood of our Saviour Christ, when it shall be publickly adminijtered in the Church; that so doing, they may in case of sudden vi. sitation, have the less' cause to be disquieted for lack of the same. But if the
fick person be not able to come to the Church, and yet is de. firous to receive the Communion in his house, then he must give timely notice to the Curate, Fagnifying also how many there are to com. municate with him (which halt be three, or 'wo at the leall) and having a convenient place in the fick man's house, with all things necessary fo prepared, that the Curate may reverently minifter, he Anali there celelirate the holy Communion, beginning with the Colleå, Epistle, and Gospel, here following. The Colled.
The Epislle. Hebr. 12. S.
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Y despise not thou the doft correct those whom thou noraint when thou art rebuked doft love, and chattise every one of him. For whom the Lord whom thou doft receive ; We love h he chateneth, and scourg. befeech thee to have mercy up: eth every son whom he receive on this thy servant, visited with
The Gospel. S. John 5. 24.
ERILY, verily, I say unto if it be thy gracious will, and you, He that heareth my whensoever his soul thall depart word, and believerh on him that from the body, it may be with. tent me, hath everlasting life, out spot pr. fented unto thee, and thail not come into condemthrough Jesus Christ our Lord. na'ion; but is passed from death Amen.
unto life. 1 After which the priest Mall proceed according to the form before
prescribed for the holy communion, beginning at these words (Ye that do truly repent, &c ) 9 At the time of the distribution of the holy Sacrament, the Priest "shall first receive the Communion himjelf, and after minister unto them that are appointed to cominunicate with the sick, and last of all
to the sick Pirjon. 9 But if a Man, either by reason of extremity of sickness, or for
want of warning in due time to The Curate, or for lack of com. pany to receive with him, or by any other juft impediment, do not receive the Sacrament of Christ's Body and Blood, the Curate shall in. fruct him, that if he do truly repent him of his fins, and stedfafly be. lieve that yesus Christ hath J?ffered death upon the cross for him, and Med his blovd for his redemption, earnestly remembering the benefits he hath there's, and giving him hearty ihanks therefore; he doth eat and drink the body and blood our Saviour Chrift profitably to his soul's health, although he do not receive the Sacrament with his
mouth s when the sick Person is visited, and receiveth the holy Communion all at one time, then the Priejt, for more expedition,
fhall cut off the form of the vista:ion at the Palm [in thee, O Lord, have I put my trust, &c.] and gofraight to the Communion.
i in the time of the plague, sweat, or such other like contagious times of fickness or diseases, when none of the Parish or neighbours can be gotten to communicate with the fick in their houses, for
fear of the inJedinn, upon special request of the diseafed, the Minister may only communicate wiih him.
The ORDER for the
BURIAL of the DEA D. 9 Here is to be noted, that the Office ensuing is not to be used for any
that die unbaptized, or excommunicate, or have laid violeni hands upon themselves. I The Priest and Clerks meeting the Corps at the entrance of the Church. yard; and going before it either into the Church, of towards the grave, Mali jay, or fing,
AM the resurrection and the that I may be certified how long I
life, faith the Lord : he that I tave to live. believeth in me, though he were Behold, thou hast made my d'ad, yer shall he live; And days as it were a span long: and whosoever liveth, and believeth mine age is even as nothing in in me, ihall never die. S. John respect of thee, and verily every Il 25, 26.
man living is altogether vanity.. KNOW that my Redeemer For man walketh in a vain I
liveth, and that he shall stand hadow, and disquicteth himielt, at the latter day upon the earth. in vain: he heapeth up riches, And though after my skin worms and cannot tell who thall gather destroy this body, yet in my them. feth ihail I fee God: wbom I And now, Lord, what is my thall see for myself, and mine hope : truly my hope is even in eyes shall behold, and not an- thee. other. Fob 19.25, 26, 27.
Deliver me from all mine ofW 7E brought nothing into fences : and make me not a re
this world, and it is cer- buke unto the foolish. tain we can carry nothing out, I beca ne dumb, and opened "The Lord gave, and the Lord not my mou'h: for it was thy hath taken away, blessed be the doing. Name of the Lord. 1 Tim. 6. 7. Take thy plague away from Job 1. 21.
me: I am even consumed by I After they are come into the means of thy heavy band. Church. shall be read one or both When thou with rebukes doft of the Psalms following: chalten man for fin, thou makeft Dixi, custodiam
PSAL. 39. his beauty to consume away, I
SAID, I will take heed to my like as it were a moth fret-ing a
ways: that I offend not in garment: every man therefore my tongue.
is but vanity. I will keep my mouth as it Hear my prayer, O Lord, were with a bridle : while the and with thine ears confider ungodly is in my light.
my calling: hold not thy peace i held my tongue and spake at my tears. nothing: I kept filence, yea, For I am a stranger with thee, even from good words; but it and a sojourner: as all my fathers was pain and grief to me.
My heart was hot within me, O spare me a little, that I and while I was thus in using the may recover my strength : befire kindled: and at the latt I fore I go hence, and be no more fpake with my tongue;
seen. Lord, let me know my end, Glory be to the Father, &*c. ! and the number of my days i As it was in the beginning, &*c.
Domine, refugium. PSAL. 90. and their children thy glory.
ORD, thou haft been our And the glorious Majefty of the to another
per thou the work of our hands Before the mountains were upon us. O prosper thou our brought for h, or ever the earth handy work. and the world were made: thou Glory be to the Father, &c. art God from everlafting, and As it was in the beginning, C. world without end.
Thou turneft man to destruc. 1 Then shall follow the Lesson taken tion : again hou tayett, Come
out of the
fifteenth Chapter of the again, ye children otmen,
former Epifllt of Saint Paul to
the Corin hians. For a thousand years in thy fight are but as yesterday: seeing
r Cor. 15. 20. night.
dead, and become the firstAs soon as thou scattereft fruits of them that Dept. For them, they are even as a seep: fince by man came death, by and fade away suddenly like the man came also the resurreáion grafs.
of the dead. For as in Adam all In the morning it is green, die, even fo in Christ thall all be and growerh up: but in the made alive. But every man in evening it is cut down, dried his own order: Chriít'the firstup, and withered.
fruits; afterward they that are For we consume away in thy Chrift's at his coming. Then displeasure and are afraid at cometh the end, when he shall thy wrathful indignation. have delivered up the kingdom
Thou haft set our misdeeds to God, even the Father, when before thee: and our secret fins he thall have put down all rule, in the light of thy countenance. and all authority and power:
For when thou art angry, For he must reign till he hath all our days are gone: we bring put all enemies under his feet. our years to an end as it were a The laft enemy that shall be de. tale that is told.
Itroyed is death: for he hath put The days of our age are all things under his feet. But threescore years and ten; and when he faith all things are put though men be fo ftrong, that under him, it is maniteit that he they come to four core years: is excepced which did put all yet is their firength then but la- things u der him. And when all bour and forrow; so soon pail. thing thall be subdued unto eth it away, and we are gone. him, then thall the son also him
But who regardeth the power self be subject unto him that put of thy wrath: for even there. all things under him, that God after as a man feareth, so is thy may be all in all. Else what shall displeasure.
they do which are baptized for So teach us to number our the dead, if the dead rire not at days: that we may apply our all? Why are they then bapriza hearts unto wisdom.
ed for the dead? and why tland Turn thee again, O Lord, at we in jeopardy every hour? I the laft: and be gracious unto proteft by your rejoicing, which thy servants.
I have in Christ Jesus our Lord, O satisfy us with thy mer I die daily. It after the manner cy, and that soon: fo thall we of men, I have fought with beatts rejoice and be glad all the days at Ephesus, what advantageth it of our life.
me, if the dead rise not? Let us Comfort us again now after eat and drink; for to morrow the time that thou hait plagued we die. us and for the years wherein communications corrupt good
Be not deceived: evil we have fuffered adversity. Shew thy servants thy' work; ness, and fin not; for some have
manners. Awake to righteour