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O come into my heart,

And make it clean within ;
Thy heavenly grace to me impart,

And wash away my sin.
O make me love thy ways,

And turn from what is wrong;
O keep my soul through all my days,

Be my life short or long.
127. We know that God hears us.
This is the confidence that we have in him,
That if we ask anything according to his

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;
High praises to our God and King

Let every soul pour out!
The heavens are not too high,

Nor is the earth too low,
But that his praise through heaven may fly,
And on the earth may grow.

Let the Church raise her voice,

In psalms and hymns of joy ;
Let every heart within rejoice,

And make sweet melody.
Let men and angels sing
Glory to God on high !
For God the Son, our heavenly King,

Came down for man to die !
129. How shall we run ?
WHEREFORE, beloved,
Seeing that ye look for such things, be

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!
Keep our hearts from every fear!
On our knees to Thee we bow,
Look on us Thy children now!
0, our Saviour and our rock !
Are we not thy little flock!
Safe, O safe, within Thine arms,
Kept from dangers and alarms !

0, good Shepherd, full of love,
Gather us to Thee above !
Wolves and lions here are found,
In thy bosom clasp us round !
Oft we stray ! O, oft go wrong!
Thy compassion beareth long!
Keep, o keep us in Thy fold,

Living, dying, young, or old !
131. I will never leave thee nor forsake thee
HEARKEN unto me.my | people!
And give ear un | tome 10.my | nation!
For a law shall proceed · from me:
And I will make my judgment to rest for

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 :
O help my soul, and make it strong,
My God, remember me !

Should sickness come, with restless pain,

No part from anguish free,
I'll cry,-nor will it be in vain,-

O Lord, remember me !
If death should take some dearest friend,
• Or I an orphan be,
Whatever grief Thy will may send,

Still, Lord, remember me!
The time shall come when I must die,

I know not when 'twill be ;
I need not fear, for Thou art by,

O Lord, remember me.
And when I rise to heaven above,
· Thy gracious face to see,
Thy lamb may humbly trust thy love,

Thou wilt remember ine!
133. Be ye holy.
Gird up the loins of your mind,
Be sober and hope to the end,
For the grace that is to be brought unto you
At the revelation of Jesus Christ.
As obedient children, .
Not fashioning yourselves according to your

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.
Evensong, Jerem. xxii.

134. Christ is always with us. (7's.)

As the sun that cheers the sky
Shines on every place the same,
So the Lord is always nigh
Unto all that know his name.
Wheresoe'er their duties call,
He is there to guide their way ;
He is ever with us all,
Those who die, or those who stay.
He will hear our humble prayer,
Shepherd of his lambs and sheep;
Yea, his mercy and His care
Will our souls in safety keep.
In his strength we shall be strong,
Strong to bear each cross or pain;
Be it soon or be it long,
Heaven at last through Him we'll gain.

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.

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