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The Fourth Sunday after Trinity. groan within ourselves, wait
ing for the adoption, to wit, The Collect.
the redemption of our body. God, the protector of all that trust in thee,
The Gospel. St. Luke vi. 36. without whom nothing is
Eye therefore merciful, strong, nothing is holy; in as your Father also is crease and multiply upon us merciful. Judge not, and ye thy mercy; that thou being shall not be judged: condemn our ruler and guide, we may not, and ye fall not be conso pass through things tempo- demned: forgive, and ye shall ral, that we finally lose not the be forgiven: give, and it shall things eternal : Grant this, o be given unto you; good heavenly Father, for Jesus measure, pressed down, and Christ's sake our Lord. Amen. Ihaken together, and run
ning over, Thall men give into The Epiftle. · Rom. viii. 18. your bosom. For with the
same measure that ye mete Reckon that the sufferings withal, it shall be measured
of this present time are not to you again. And he spake à worthy to be compared with parable unto them: Can the the glory which shall be re- blind lead the blind? shall vealed in us. For the earnest they not both fall into the expectation of the creature ditch? The disciple is not waiteth for the manifestation above his master ; but every of the Sons of God. For the one that is perfect shall be as creature was made subject to his master. And why beholdest vanity, not willingly, but by thou the mote that is in thy reason of him who hath sub- brother's eye, but perceivest jected the same in hope : be- not the beam that is in thine cause the creature itself also own eye? Either how canft shall be delivered from the thou say to thy brother, Brobondage of corruption, into ther, let me pull out the motė the glorious liberty of the that is in thine eye, when thou children of God. For we know thyself beholdest not the beam that the whole creation groan- that is in thine owneye? Thou eth, and travaileth in pain hypocrite, cast out first the together until now : And not beam out of thine own eye, only they, but ourselves also, and then shalt thou see clearwhich have the first fruits of ly to pull out the mote that the Spirit, even we ourselves is in thy brother's eye.
The Fifth Sunday after Trinity'. The Gospel. St. Luke v. 1.
feech thee, that the course of this world may be fo to hear the word of God, he
stood by the lake of Gennevernance, that thy Church sareth, and saw two ships standmay joyfully ferve thee in all ing by the lake; but the filhgodly quietness
, through Je- ermen were gone out of them, Ius Christ our Lord. Amen.
and were washing their nets.
And he entered into one of The Epiftle. 1 St. Peter iii
. 8. the ships, which was Simon's, E.ye all of one mind, and prayed him that he would
having compassion one thrust out a little from the of another; love as brethren, land : and he sat down, and be pitiful, be courteous; not taught the people out of the rendering evil for evil, or rail- fhip. Now when he had left ing for railing ; but contrari- speaking, he said unto Simon, wife, blessing; knowing that Launch out into the deep, ye are thereunto called, that and let down your nets for a ye should inherit a blessing. draught. And Simon answerFor he that will love life, and ing, said unto him, Master, see good days, let him refrain we have toiled all the night, his tongue from evil, and his and have taken nothing; nelips that they speak no guile : vertheless, at thy word I will Let himn eschew evil, and do let down the net. And when good ; let him seek peace, and they had this done, they enensue it : For the eyes of the closed a great multitude of Lord are over the righteous, fishes, and their net brake. and his ears are open unto And they beckoned unto their their
prayers; but the face of partners which were in the the Lord is against them that other thip, that they should do evil. And who is he that come and help them. And will harm you,
if ye be fol- they came, and filled both the lowers of that which is good? ships ; so that they began to *But and ifye suffer for righte- link. When Simon Peter saw ousness fake, happy are ye: it, he fell down at Jesus' and be not afraid of their ter- knees, saying, Depart from ror, neither be troubled ; but me, for I am a sinful man, sanctify the Lord God in your O Lord. For he was astohearts.
nished, and all that were with
bim, at the draught of the furrection: Knowing this, that fishes which they had taken ; our old man is crucified with and so was also James and him, that the body of finmight John the sons of Zebedee, be destroyed, that henceforth which were partners with Si- we should not serve fin. For
And Jesus said unto he that is dead, is freed from Simon, Fear not ; from hence- fin. Now if we be dead with forth thou shall catch men. Christ, we believe that we shall And when they had brought also live with him; knowing their ships to land, they for- that Christ being raised from fook all, and followed him. the dead, dieth no more ;
death hath no more dominion
over him. For in that he died, The Sixth Sunday after Trinity. he died unto sin once ; but in The Collect.
that he liveth, he liveth unto God, who haft prepared God. Likewise reckon
also for those who love thee, yourselves to be dead indeed such good things as pass man's unto fin; but alive unto God, understanding; pour into our through Jesus Christour Lord. hearts such love towards thee, that we, loving thee above The Gospel. St. Matth. v. 20. all things, may obtain thy ESUS said unto his discipromises, which exceed all that we can desire, through ousness shall exceed the righteJesus Christ our Lord. Amen. ousness of the Scribes and Pha
risees, ye shall in no case enter The Epistle. Rom. vi. 3. into the kingdom of heaven.
NOW ye not that so Ye have heard that it was said
many of us as were bap- by themofoldtime, Thou shalt tized into Jesus Christ, were not kill; and whosoever shall baptized into his death? kill, shall be in danger of the Therefore we are buried with judgment. But I say unto him by baptism into death ; you, that whosoever is angry that like as Christ was raised with his brother without a up from the dead by the glo- cause, shall be in danger of ry of the Father, even so we the judgment: and whosoalso should walk in newness of ever shall say to his brother, life. For if we have been Raca, shall be in danger of the planted together in the like- council : but whosoever shall ness of his death, we shall be say, Thou fool, shall be in also in the likeness of his re- danger of hell fire. Therefore,
J ples, Except your righte
if thou bring thy gift to the to iniquity, unto iniquity; altar, and there rememberest even so now yield your memthat thy brother hath aught bers servants to righteousness, against thee, leave there thy unto holiness. For when ye gift before the altar, and go were the servants of sin, ye thy way, first be reconciled to were free from righteousness. thy brother, and then come What fruit had ye then in and offer thy gift. Agree those things, whereof
whereof ye are with thine adversary quickly, now ashamed? for the end of whiles thou art in the way those things is death.
But with him; left at any time now being made free from fin, the adversary deliver thee to and become servants to God, the judge, and the judge de- ye have your fruit unto holiliver thee to the officer, and ness
, and the end everlasting thou be cast into prison. Ve- life. For the wages of fin is rily I say unto thee, thou death : but the gift of God is Thalt by no means come out eternal life, through Jesus thence, till thou hast paid the Christ our Lord. uttermoft farthing.
The Gospel. St. Mark viii. 1.
N those days the multitude The Seventh Sunday after
being very great,
ing nothing to eat, Jesus The Colle&t.
called his disciples unto him, ORD of all power and and faith unto them, I have
thor and giver of all good because they have now been things; graft in our hearts with me three days, and have the love of thy name, increase nothing to eat : and if I send in us true religion, nourish us them away fasting to their own with all goodness, and of thy houses, they will faint by the great mercy keep us in the way: for divers of them came same, through Jesus Christ from far. And his disciples our Lord. Amen.
answered him, From whence The Epiftle. Rom. vi. 19.
can a man fatisfy these men
with bread here in the wilderI
men, because of the infir- How many loaves have ye? mity of your flesh: for as ye And they said, Seven. And have yielded your members he commanded the people to servants to uncleanness, and fit down on the ground: and
which come to you
he took the seven loaves, and we cry, Abba, Father. The gave thanks, and brake, and Spirit itself beareth witness gave to his disciples to set be- with our spirit, that we are fore them ; and they did set the children of God. And if them before the people. And children, then heirs ; heirs of they had a few small fishes ; God, and joint-heirs with and he blessed, and command- Chrift: if so be that we fuffer ed to set them also before with him, that we may also them. So they did eat, and be glorified together. were filled ; and they took up The Gospel
. St. Matth. vii. 15. of the broken meat that was
EWARE of false prothat had eaten were about four thousand. And he sent in theeps cloathing, but in
wardly they are ravening
wolves. Ye shall know them The Eighth Sunday after Trinity. by their fruits : Do men gathThe Collect.
er grapes of thorns, or figs of God, whose never-fail- thistles? Even so every good all things both in heaven and but a corrupt tree bringeth
we humbly beseech forth evil fruit. A good tree thee to put away from us all cannot bring forth evil fruit; hurtful things, and to give us neither can a corrupt tree those things which are profit- bring forth good fruit. Eveable for us, through Jesus ry tree that bringeth not forth Christ our Lord. Amen.
good fruit, is hewn down, and The Epiftle. Rom. viii. 12. cast into the fire. Wherefore
RETHREN, we are by their fruits ye shall know
debtors not to the flesh, them. Not every one that to live after the flesh: For if faith unto me, Lord, Lord, ye live after the flesh, ye shall shall enter into the kingdom die ; but if ye through the Spi- of heaven ; but he thať dorit do mortify the deeds of the eth the will of my Father, body, ye shall live. For as who is in heaven. many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the fons of The Ninth Sunday after Trinity. Gal. For ye have not receiv
RANT to us, Lord, we have received the spirit of adoption, whereby rit to think and do always
ed the spirit of bondage agaica Gbefeech thee, the fpis
to fear; but ye