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O come into my heart,
And make it clean within ;
And wash away my sin.
And turn from what is wrong;
Be my life short or long.
will He heareth us. And if we know that He hear us, what
soever we ask, We know that we have the petitions That we desired of him.- 1 John v. 14.
ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY.
Epistle, 1 Cor. xv. 1–11. Gospel, Luke xviii. 9–13. Matins, 2 Kings v. Evensong, 2 Kings ix. 128... Praise ye the Lord. (s. M.)
OLET the people sing,
And all the nations shout;
Let every soul pour out!
Nor is the earth too low,
Let the Church raise her voice,
In psalms and hymns of joy ;
And make sweet melody.
Came down for man to die !
diligent That ye may be found of Him in peace, Without spot, and blameless : And account that the long-suffering of our
Lord is salvation.-2 Peter iii, 14.
TWELFTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Epistle, 2 Cor. iii. 4–9. Gospel, Mark vii. 31–37. Matins, 2 Kings X. Evensong, 2 Kings xviii. 130. No Evil shall happen to thee. (7's.)
JESUS CHRIST, for ever near!
0, good Shepherd, full of love,
Living, dying, young, or old !
al light of the people. My righteousness li.s | near : My sal | va• tion | is gone forth. Awake •a wake : Put on strength O• arm of the Lord ! Awake as in the ancient days : In the gener | a·tions | • of old.
Isa. li. 4—9. THIRTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Epistle, Gal. iii. 16—22. Gospel, Luke x. 23-37. Matins, 2 Kings xix. Evensong, 2 Kings xxiii. 132. Go not far from me, O my God. (C. .) WHEN Satan tempts me to do wrong,
From sin O make me flee :
Should sickness come, with restless pain,
No part from anguish free,
O Lord, remember me !
Still, Lord, remember me!
I know not when 'twill be ;
O Lord, remember me.
Thou wilt remember ine!
former lusts in your ignorance, But as He which hath called you is holy, So be ye holy in all manner of conversaFOURTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY.
tion. -1 Pet. i. 13.
Epist. Gal. v. 16-24. Matins, Jerem. V.
Gosp. Luke xvii. 11-19.
134. Christ is always with us. (7's.)
As the sun that cheers the sky
135. The Way of Godliness. KEEP sound wisdom and discretion, So sball they be life unto thy soul, and
grace unto thy neck. Then shalt thou walk in thy way safely, And thy foot shall not stumble.