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For the Lord is gracious, his will be done in earth, as it is in mercy is everlasting : and his heaven : Give us this day 'our truth endureth from generation daily bread; And forgive us our to generation.
trespasses, as we forgive them Glory be to the Father,&c. that trespass against us ; And
As it was in the beginning, &*c. lead us not into temptation, 9 Ther shall be sung or said the But deliver us from evil. Amen.
Apofilés Creed by the Minister Then the Priest standing up, and the People, Danding
fall say, cept only such days as ihe Creed
O Lord, shew thy mercy upof Saint Athanafius is appointed on us; to be read.
Answ. And grant us thy fal. Believe in God the Father Al. vation.
mighty, Maker of heaven and Priest. O Lord, save the King; carth :
Answ. And mercifully hear And in Jesus Christ his only us, when we call upon thee. Son our Lord; Who was con Prief. Endue thy Ministers ceived by the Holy Ghost, Born with righteousness; of the Virgin Mary, Suffered Arsw. And make thy chosen under Pontius Pilate, was cru. people joyful. cified, dead, and buried; He Priet. O Lord, save thy people; descended into hell; The third Anw. And bless thine inheriday he rose again from the tance. dead; He ascended into heaven, Priest. Give peace in our time, And fitteth on the right hand O Lord; of God the Father Almighty ; Answ. Because tliere is none From thence he shall come to other that fighteth for us, but judge the quick and the dead. only thou, o God.
I believe in the Holy Ghost ; Priest. O God, make clean our The holy catholick Church hearts within us; The communion of Saints; Thé Anjw. And take not thy Holy forgiveness of tins; The resur- Spirit from us. rection of the body; And the 9 Tben small follow three Collects; life everlasing. Amen.
the first of the Day u bich all And after that, these Prayers
beste fame that is appointed at follozing, all devoutlý kneeling ;
the Communion; the second for ibe Minister first pronouncing
Peace; the third for Grace to with a loud voice,
live well.. And the two laft ColThe Lord be with you:
leeis phall never alter, but daily Answ. And with thy spirit.
be said at Morning Prayer ! Minifter. Let us pray.
t broughout all the year, as fol.
loqueib; all kneeling: Lord, have mercy upon us. Chrift, have mercy upon 15.
4 The second Colitel, for Peace. Lord, have mercy upon us.
God, who art the author
of peace, and lover of conI Then the Minister, Clerks, and cord, in knowledge of whom
People, shall say the Lord's ftandeth our eternal life, whose Prayer, with a loud voice.
service is perfect freedom ; DeÚR Father which art in fend us thy humble servants in O
heaven, Hallowed be thy all affaults of our enemies; that Name; Thy kingdom come; Thy we surely trutting in thy de.
fence, may not fear the power through Jesus Christ our Lord.
of all goodness, we humbly 4 The third Colleet, for Grace. beseech thee to bless our gracious O
Lord our heavenly Father, QueenCharlotte, their Royal High
Almighty and everlasting nefies George Prince of Wales, the God, who haft safely brought Princess Dowager of Wales, and
to the beginning of this all the Royal Family : endue day; Defend us in the same them with thy Holy Spirit; enwith thy mighty power ;, and rich them with thy heavenly grant that this day we fall into grace ; prosper them with all hapno fin, neither run into any piness, and bring them to thine kind of danger ;, but that all everlalting kingdom, through seour doings may he ordered by fus Christ our Lord. An:en. thy governance, to do always
1 A Prayer for the Clergy ar.d that is righteous in thy light,
People. mengh Jesus Christ our Lord. Almighty handone verlafkiente 9 In Quires and Places zebere on our Bishops and Curates,
great marvels; Send down upthey fing, bere followetb ibe and all Congregations commitAntbem.
ted to their charge, the health. Then these five Prayers following ful Spirit of thy grace; and
are to be read bere, except when that they may truly please thee,
pour upon them the continual the two last are to be read, as ibey O Lord, for
the honour of our are there placed.
Advocate and Mediator Jesus T A Prayer
for ibe King's Christ. Amen. Majesty.
1 A Prayer of S. Chryfoftom. Lord our heavenly Father,
given us grace at this time kings, Lord of lords, the only with one accord to make our Ruler of princes, who doft from coma on supplications thy throne behold all the dwell- thee; and dost promise, that ers upon earth; Most heartily when two or three are gathered we beseech thee with thy favour together in thy Name, thou wilt to behold our most gracious So- grant their requests; Fulfil now, vereign Lord King GEORGE; O Lord, the defires apd petitiand so replenish him with the ons of thy servants, as may be grace of thy Holy Spirit, that he most expedient for them; grantmay alway incline to thy will, ing us in this world knowledge and walk in thy way: Endue of thy truth, and in the world to him plenteously with heavenly come life everlasting. Amen. gifts; grant him in health and
2 Cor. 13. 14. wealth long to live; strenghten bim that he may vanquish and THE grace of our Lord Jesus
Christ, and the love of overcome all his enemies; and God, and the fellowship of the finally after this life he may at. Holy Ghost, be with us an ever, tain everlasting joy and felicity, more. Amen.
Here endetb the Order of Morning Prayer throughout the Year.
high and mighty, King Almighty God, who ohart
Daily throughout the Year. 4 At the beginning of Evening Prayer, rbe Minister fhall read with a
loud voice some one or more of these Sentences of the Scriptures tkat follow; and then be fmall say that which is wriiten after ibe said
Sentences. W Hundesh the wicked man Enter not into judgement
away from his with thy servant, O Lord: for in wickedness that he hath com- thy light shall no man living be mitted, and doeth that which is justified. Pfal. 143. 2. lawful and right, he shall save If we say that we have no fin, his soul alive. Ezek. 18.27. we deceive ourselves, and the
I acknowledge my transgres- truth is not in us : But if we fions, and my fin is ever before confess our fins, he is faithful me. Pfal. 51.3.
and just to forgive us our sins, Hide thy face from my sins, and to cleanse us from all una and blot out all mine iniquities. righteousness. 1 S. John 1.8.9: Pfal. 51.9.
DEarly beloved brethren, the The sacrifices of God are a broken fpirit : a broken and a dry places to acknowledge and contrite heart, O God, thou confess our manifold fins and wilt not despise. Psal. 51. 17. wickedness; and that we thould
Rend your heart, and not not diffemble nor cloke them your garments, and turn unto hefore the face of Almighty the Lord your God: for he is God our heavenly Father ; but gracious and merciful, now to confess them with an humble, anger, and of great kindness, lowly, penitent, and obedient and repenteth him of the evil. heart; to the end that we may Joel 2. 13.
obtain forgiveness of the same To the Lord our God be- by his infinite goodness and long mercies, and forgivenesses, mercy. And although we ought though we have rebelled against at all times humbly to acknowhim ; neither have we obeyed ledge our sins before God; yet the voice of the Lord our God, ought we most chiefly so to do, to walk in his laws, which he when we assemble and meet toset before us. Dan. 9. 9, 10. gether, to render thanks for the
O Lord, correct me, but with great benefits that we have rejudgement; not in thine anger, ceived at his hands, to set forth Jeft thou bring me to nothing his most worthy praise, to hear Jer. 10. 24. Psal. 6. 1.
his most holy Word, and to ask Repent ye; for the kingdom those things which are requisite of heaven is at hand. S. Matb. and necessary, as well for the
body as the soul. Wherefore I I will arise, and go to my pray and beseech you, as many father, and will say unto him, as are here present, to accomFather, I have sinned against pany me with a pure heart and heaven, and before thee, and humble voice, unto the throne am no more worthy to be called of the heavenly grace, saying afthy son, S. Luke 15. 18, 19.
IA general Confession to be said so that at the last we may come
o ibe whole Congregation, af- to his eternal joy, through Jesus ibe Minister, all knieling. Christ our Lord. Amen. Almighery and mave erectified Telematike. Meriter og der er tale strayed from thy ways like lost Acep : We have followed too
People alfo, kneeling, and repeatmuch the devices and desires of
ing it with him. our own hearts: We have of. fended against thy holy laws.
heaven, Hallowed be thy We have left undone those Name; Thy kingdom come; things which we ought to have Thy will be done in earth, as done; And we have done there it is in heaven : Give us this
And for things which we ought not to day our daily bread; have done ; And there is no give us our trespatíes, as we health in us. But thos, O Lord, forgive them that trespass ahave mercy upon us, miserable gainit us ; And lead us not into offenders. Spare thou them, o temptation, But deliver us from God, which confess their faults. evil: For thine is the kingdom, Restore thou them that are
pe- for ever and ever. Amen.
and the power, and the glory, nitent; According to thy promises declared unto mankind 1 Then likewise be fall say, in Christ Jesu our Lord. And O Lord, open thou our lips; grant, o most merciful Father, Answ. And our mouth shall for his fake, That
we may here: new forth thy praise, after live a godly, righteous, and Prieft. O God, make speed to rober life, to the glory of thy fave us : h ly Name. Amen.
Answ. O Lord, make haste to 1 The absolution or Remision of help us. fins, to be pronounced by the 1 Here all standing up, the Prieff Prieft alone, standing ; tbe Peo
fhall Jay? ple fill kneeling.
Glory be to the Father, and Almighty Lord Jeres Earthing to helbe Son : and to the Holy who desireth not the death of a sinner, but rather that lie may ning, is now, and ever shall be:
rinw. As it was in the beginturn from his wickedness, and world without end. Amen. live ; and ha:h given power and
Prieft. Praise ye the Lord. commandment to his Ministers,
Answ. The Lord's Name be to declare and pronounce to his
praised. people being penitent, the Ab. folution and Remission of their ? Tker fall be faid or fung the fins: He pardoneth and absolv.
Pla'nis in order as I bey aie om eth all them that truly repent,
pointed. Then a Lefjon of ibe and unfeignedly believe his ho
oid Tefiament, as is oppointed : ly Gospel. Wherefore let us be.
and after that, Magnificat, (or feech him to grant us true re.
the Song of the biefjed Virgin pentance, and his Holy Spirit; Mary) in English, as followerh. that those things may please Magnificat. S. LUKE 1. 46. him, which we do at this pre M
Ý fout doth magnify the sent, and that the rest of our life hereafter may be pure and holy; rejoiced in God my Saviour;
For he hath regarded : the Praise the Lord upon the lowliness of his handmaiden. harp : sing to the harp with a
For behold, from henceforth: psalm of thanksgiving; all generations thall cali me With trumpets also and blefied;
mawms : O mew yourselves For he that is mighty hath joyful before the Lord the King. magnified me : and holy is his Let the sea make a noise, and Name.
all that therein is : the round And his mercy is on them world, and they that dwell that fear him : throughout all therein. generations.
Let the foods clap their He hath newed Itrength with hands, and let the hills be joyful his arm : he hath scattered the together before the Lord : for he proud in the imagination of their cometh to judge the earth. hearts.
With righteousness Mall he He hath put down the mighty judge the world : and the peous from their seat : and hath ex- pie with equity: alted the humble and meek. Glory be to the Father, &c.
He hath filled the hungry As it was in the beginning, &c. with good things : and the rich he hath sent empty away.
? Then a Lelon of the New TeHe remembering his mercy
ftament, as it is appointed: and hath holpen his servant Ifrael:
after that, Nunc dimittis (or
ibe Song of Simeon) in Englii, as he promised to our forefathers, Abraham and his seed
as followeth. for ever.
Nunc dimittis. S. Luke 2.29., Glory be to the Father, &c.
now Asit was in the beginning,
servant depart in peace :
according to thy word. 1. Or elje this Psalm ; except it be
For mine eyes have seen : thy on the Nineteenth Day of the salvation, Monob, when it is read in the
Which thou haft prepared : ordinary course of the Psalms.
before the face of all people;
To be a light to lighten the Psal. 98. Cantate Domino.
Gentiles ; and to be the Glory
of thy people Israel. song : for he hath done
Glory be to the Father, &c. marvellous things.
As it was in the beginning, &c. With his own right hand, and with his holy arm : hath he 1 or else this Psalm ; except it be gotten himfelf the victory. on the Twelfih Day of the The Lord declared his salva.
Month. tion : his righteousness hath he Pfal. 67. Deus mifereatur. openly thewed in the light of G and bersus i and thew us the heathen.
He hath remembered his mer- the light of his countenance, cy and truth toward the house and be merciful unto us. of Israel : and all the ends of the That thy way may be known world have feen the salvation of upon earth : thy saving health our God.
among all nations. Shew yourselves joyful unto Let the people praise thee, the Lord, all ye lands : fing, re God: yea, let all the people joice, and give thanks.