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q And after that these Prayers fole third for Grace to live well.
lowing, all devoutly kneeling ; And the two last Collects shall the Minister first pronouncing never alter, but daily be said with a loud voice,
at Morning Prayer throughout
all the year, as followeth, all The Lord be with yoa :
kneeling Answ. And with thy Spirit. Minister. Let us pray.
The second Collett, for Peace. Lord, have mercy upon us. O
of peace, and lover of conChrist, have mercy upon us. Lord, have mercy upon us.
-curd, in knowledge of whom
ftandeth our eternal life, whose 9 Then the Minister, Clerks, and service is perfe& freedo'n ; DePeople, shall say the Zorothis fend us thy humble fervants in
all assaults of our enemies, that Prayer with a loud voice.
we surely trusting in thy de. UR Father which art in fence, may not fear the power O Name : Thy kingdom come; might of Jesus Christ our Lord. Thy will be done in carth, as 'Amen. it is in heaven : Give us this T The third Collect, for Grace. day our daily bread; And for. give us our trespasses, as we for. give them that trespass against
Almighty, and everlasting BS; And lead us not into temp. God, who hait fafely brought fation, But deliver us from evil. us to the beginning of this day ; Amen.
Defend us in the laine with thy q Then the Priest Aanding up,
mighty power, and grant that
this day we fall into no fin, nei. Mall say,
ther run into any kind of dan. O Lord, thew thy mercy upon ger; but that all our doings may
be ordered by thy governance, Antw. And grant us thy fal- to do always that is righteous in varion.
thy fight, through Jesus Chrift Prieft. O Lord, save the King; our Lord. Amen. Bonjw. And mercifullyhear us, I In Quires and Places where when we call upon thice.
they fing, here followeth the AnPriest. Endue thy Ministers
thiin. with righteousness;
Answ. And make thy chosen 1 Then these five Prayers fol. people joyful.
lowing are to be read here, Priest. O Lord, save thy peo.
except when the Litany is ple;
read; and then only the trvo Answ. And bless thine inherit.
last are to be read, as they are anice.
there placed. Priest. Give peace in our time, O Lord ;
T A Prayer for the King's Answ. Because there is none
Majesty. other that fighteth for us, but
LORD our heavenly Father, only thou, o God.
high and mighty, King of Prieft. O God, make clean our kings, Lord of lords, the only hearts within us;
Ruler of princes, who doft from Antw. And take not thy Holy thy throne behold all the dwell. Spirit froin us.
ers upon earth; Moft heartily
we beseech thee with thy favour Then mall follow three Col- to behold our mott gracious Soleats ; the first of the Day, vereign Lord King GEORGE, which Ahall be the same that and fo replenith him with the is appointed at the Commu• grace of thy Holy Spirit, that nion; the second for Peace ; the he may alvay incline to thy
will, and walk in thy way: Congregations committed to
1 A Prayer of S. Chryfoftom. 1 A Prayer
for the Royal Family. LMIGHTY God, the fountain Agiven us grace at this time
of all goodness, we humbly with one accord to make our befeech thee to bless our gra- common supplications unto thee; cious Queen Charlotte, his Royal and doft promife that when two Highneis George Prince of Wales, or three are gathered together and all the Royal Family: Endue in thy Name, thou wilt grant them with thy Holy Spirit, en their requests: Fulfil now, o rich them with thy heavenly Lord, the defires and petitions of grace; prosper, then with all thy fervants, as may be moft ex happiness ; and bring them to pedient for them; grantir.g us in thine everlasting kingdom, this world knowledge of thy through Jesus Chrift our Lord. truth, and in the world to come Anten.
life everlafting. Amen. I A Prayer for the Clergy and
2 Cor. 13. 14. People.
HE grace of our Lord Jesus LMIGHTY and everlast- Christ, and the love of Gd, A
ing God, who alone workeft and the fellowthip of the Holy great marvels; Send down upon Ghoft, be with us all evermore. our Bishops and Curates, and all Amen.
Here endeth the Order of Morning Prayer throughout the Year.
The ORDER for
Daily throughout the Year.
1 At the beginning of Evening Prayer, the Minister hall read with a loud voice fome one or more of thefe Sentences of the Scriptures that follow ; and then he shall say that which is written aftor the said Sentences.
'HEN the wicked man The sacrifices of God are a bro
turneth away from his ken fpirit : a broken and a conwickedness that he hath com- trite heart, O God, thou wilt not mitted, and doeth that which despise. Pfal. 51.17. is lawful and right, he thall save Rend your heart, and not your his foul alive. Ezek. 18. 27.
garments, and turn unto the I acknowledge my transgres- Lord your God: for he is grafions, and my tin is ever before cious and merciful, low to me. Pfal. 51. 3.
anger, and of great kindnefs, Hide thy face from my sins, and repenteth him of the evil. ind blot out all mine iniquities. Joel 2. 13. Pfal. 51.9.
To the Lord vur God belong humble voice, unth the throne mercies and forgivenefles, though of the heavenly grace, saying we have rebelled against him: after me: neither have we obeyed the voice. of the Lord our God, to walk in 1 A general Confeffion to be said of his laws which he set before us.
whole Congregation, after the Dan. 9. 9, 10.
Minister, all kneeling. judgement; not in thine anger,
ful FatherWe have erred left thou bring me to nothing and ftrayed from thy ways like Jer. 10. 24. Pfal. 6. I.
loft sheep : We have followed Repent ye; for the kingdom of too much the devices and defires heaven is at hand. S. Matth. 3. 2. of our own hearts : We have of
I will arise, and go to my Fa- fendedagainst thy holy laws: We ther, and will say unto himn, Fa- have left undone those things ther, I lave finned againit hea- which we ought to have done; ven, and before thee, and am no And we have done thole things more worthy to be called thy fon. which we ought not to have S. Luke 15. 18, 19.
done; And there is no health Enter not into judgement with in us. But thou, O Lord, have thy servant, o Lord'; for in thy mercy upon us, miserable offen. fight shall no man living be jufti- ders: spare thou them, O God, fied. Pfal. 143. 2.
which confers their faults: ReIf we say that we have no fin, ftore thou them that are peni. we deceive ourselves, and the tent; According to thy. protruth is not in us. But if we miles declared unto mankind in confefs our lins, God is faithful Christ Jesu our Lord. And grant, and juft to forgive us our fins, o moft merciful Father for his and to cleanfe us from all un. fake, That we may hereafter live righteousness. 1 S. John 1. 8, 9. a godly, righteous, and sober life,
To the glory of thy holy Names Dhe Bcript beloved brethren, Amen. sundry places to acknowledge q The Abfolution or Remiffion.of and confefs our manifold fins fins, to be pronounced by the and wickedness, and that we Priest alone, standing, the Peoshould not diffemble nor cioke
ple Bill kneeling them before the face of Almight A of our Lord Jesus Chrift;
LMIGHTY God, the Father confess them with an humble, who defireth not the death of a lowly, penitent, and obedieniť finner, but rather that he may heart, to the end that we may turn from his wickedness and obrain forgiveness of the same live; and hath given power and by his infinire goodness and commandment to his Ministers, niercy. And although we ought to declare and pronounce to his at all times humbly to acknowo people, being penitent, the An. ledge our fins before God, yet folution and Remission of their ought we moft chiefy fo to do, fins; He pardoneth and absolve when we'assemble and meet to eth all them that truly repent, gether, to render thanks for the and unfeignedly believe his holy great benefits that we have re- Gospel. Wherefore let us beceived at his hands, to fet forth fetch him to grant us true rehis moft worthy praise, to hear pentance, and his Holy Spirit, his moft holy word, and to ask that those things may please those things which are requisite him, which we do at this prefent, and neceffary, as well for the and that the reft of our life here. body as the soul. Wherefore I after may be pure and holy, so pray and beseech you, as many that at the last we may come to as are here present, to accom- his eternal joy, through Jesus pany me with a pure heart, and Chrift our Lord. Amin.
Then the Minister Mall kneel, He hath thewed Atrength with
He hath fut down the mighty
Or else this Psalm ; except 1 Then likewise he shall say, it be on the Nineteenth Day of O Lord, open thou our lips : the Month, when it is rend
Answ, And our mouth shall in the ordinary course of the thew forth thy praise.
Cantate Domino. Pfal. 98. fave us.
Anízio. O Lord, make hafte to O Slang onto the Lord a new help us. 1 Here all ftanding up, the Priest
marvellous things. Thall say,
With his own right hand, and Glory be to the Father, and with his holy arm : hath he goto to the son : and to the Holy ten himself the victory,
The Lord declared his falvaGhoft;
Anjyo. As it was in the begin. tion : his righteousness hath he ning, is now, and ever thall be: openly thewed in the light of the
He hath remembered his mer-
of Israel ; and all the ends of the praised.
world have seen the salvation of I Then shall be said or sung the
our God. Psalms in order as they are appointed. Then a Leijon of the Lord, all ye lands : ting, se.
Shew yourselves joyful unto the Old Testament, as is ap joice, and give thanks. pointed ; and after that Mag.
Praise the Lord upon the harp : friticat, (or the Song of the blessed fing to the harp with a psalm of Virgin Mary) in English, as fol
Wih trumpets also and Magnificat. S. Luke 1. 46. thawins : thew yourselves joy. Y roul doth magnity the ful before the Lord the King.
Let the sea make a noise, and rejoiced in God my Saviour. all that therein is : the round
For he hath regarded : the world, and they that dwel! lowliness of his handmaiden. therein.
For, beliold, from henceforth : Let the floods claps their hands, all generations Thall calline and let the hills be joyful togeblerted.
ther before the Lord: for he For he that is mighty hath cometh to judge the earth. magnified me : and holý is his With righteousness fhall he name,
judge the world : and the people And his mercy is on them that with equity. fear him : throughout all gene- Glory be to the Father, &c. rations,
As it was in t... beginning, &c.
M Lord: and my spirit hath
3 0 3
1 Then a Lesson of the New Tef- cified, dead, and buried, He de
tament, as it is appointed: and scended into hell; The third day after that, Nunc dimitris, rut he rose again froin the dead, He the Song of Şimeon) in English, ascended into Heaven, And fitas followeth.
teth on the right hand of God the Nunc dimittis. S. Luke 2. 29.
Father Almighty; From thence
he thall come to judge the quick L Servant de part in peace : acORD, now letteft thou thy and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Ghoft; cording to thy word.
The holy Catholick Church ; For mine eyes have seen : thy The Communion of Saints; The falvation, Which thou haft prepared : redion of the body, And the
Forgiveness of fins ; The Resurbefore the face of all people; To be a light to lighten the
Life everlasting. Amen. Gentiles : and to be the glory of 1 And after that, these, Prayers thy people Israel.
following, all devoutly kneel. Glory be to the Father, g'c.
ler first pronou As it was in the beginning, &c.
ing with a loud voice,
The Lord be with you: I or else this Pfalm; except it be
Answ. And with thy spirit. on the Twelfth Day of the
Minister. Let us pray. Month.
Lord, have mercy upon us. Deus mifereatur. Pfal. 67. Chrifl, have mercy upon us.
OD be merciful unto us, and Lord, have mercy upon us. light of his
countenance, and be " Then the Minister, Clerks, and merciful unto us.
People, Jhall say the Lord's Pray.
er with a loud voice. thy way upon eartu thy saving health O heaven, 'owed being among all nations. Let the people praise thee, Thy will be done in earth, as it
Name;. Thy kingdom come; God : yea, let all the people in 'heaven : Give us this day praise thee. o let the nations rejoice and
our daily bread; And forgive be glad : for thou malt judge them that trespafs against us;
us our trespalles, as we forgive the folk righteously, and govern And lead us not into tempt2the nations upon earth. God : yea, Ict all the people i Then the Priest fanding up, fall
Let the people praise thee, o tion, But deliv:r us from evil. praise tliee. Then that the earth bring
O Lord, new thy mercy upon forth her increase : and God,
us; even our own God, thall give us his blefling;
Answ. And grant us thy falva
tion. God thall bless us : and all the
Prieft. O Lord, save the King; ends of the world thall fear him.
Answ. And mercifully hear us Glory be to the Father, &c.
when we call upon thee. As it was in the beginning, &c.
Priest. Endue thy Minifters with 1 Then shall be faid or sung the righteousness;
Apofiles' Creed by the Minister Answ. And make thy chosen end tre People Nanding. people joyful. BELIEVE in God the Father Prieji. O Lord, save thy perple ;
Answ. And bless thine inherit and earth:
ance. And in Jesus Christ his only Priest. Give peace in our time, Son our Lord; Who was con- O Lord; ceived by the Holy Ghoft, Born Answ. Because there is none of the Virgin Mary;
Suffercd other that fighteth tor us, but 3!!ict Pontius Pilate, Was cru- only thou, o God.