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hensibles, nor three uncreated : but one uncreated, and one incomprehensible.
So likewise the Father is Almighty, the Son Almighty, and the Holy Ghost Almighty.
And yet they are not three Almighties but one Almighty.
So the Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Ghost is God.
And yet they are not three Gods, but one God.
So likewise the Father is Lord, the Son Lord, and the Holy Ghost Lord.
And yet not three Lords, but onę Lord, 1 Fohn 5.7. Rev. 8. 1. 1 Cor. 8.5, 6.
For like as we are compelled by the Chriftian verity, to acknowledge every person by himself to be God and Lord.
So are we forbidden by the Catholick Religion, to say, there be three Gods, or three Lords, Rev. 4. 8. Heb. 1. 3. Rom. 11. 36. I Fobn 5. 7.
The Father is made of none: neither created nor begotten.
The Son is of the Father alone: not made, nor created, but begotten, John 1: 14.
The Holy Ghost is of the Father, and of the Son: neither made, nor created,
The third Colleet for Grace. 1
Lord our heavenly Father, Mat. 6. 26. Almighty and everlasting God;
Gen. 17. 1. Gen. 21. 33: who hast safely brought us to the beginning of this - day, Psal. 22. 9, 10. Pfal. 3. §. defend us i in the fame with thy mighty power, Pfal. 1:02. 2. and grant that this day we fall into
no sin, neither run into any kind of danger, Mat. 6. 13. Psal. 19. 12, 13. 1 Thef: 3. 3. Psal. 17. Š. Gen. 20. 6. but that all our doings may be ordered by thy governance, to do always that is righteous in thy fight, Pfal. 7. 5. Prov. 20. 24. Pfal. 5. 8. Pfal. 119. 5. through Jesus Christ our Lord, John 14. 13. Amen.
In Quiros, and Places where they fing, bere
followeth the Anthem.
Then these five Prayers following are to be read
here, except when the Litany is read; and
A Prayer for the Queens Majesty.
Perfect God, and perfect Man; of a reasonable soul, and humane flesh subsisting; Heb. 1. 2, 3. John 1. 18. Mich. 5. 2. Gal. 4. 4. Mas. 1. 25.
Equal to the Father, as touching his Godhead: and inferiour to the Father, as touching his Manhood, John 10 30. John.14. 28. Phil. 2. 6, 7.
Who although he be God, and Man: yet he is not two, but one Christ, 1 Tim. 2. S.
One; not by conversion of the Godhead into flesh: but by taking of the Mano hood into God, Heb. 2. 16. Gal. 4. 4. John I. 24.
One altogether ; got by confusion of substance: but by unity of person.
For as the reasonable foul and flesh is one Man : fo God and Man is onc Chrift.
Who suffered for our salvation : descended into Hell, rose again the third day from the dead, Heb. 9. 24, 25, 26, | Pet. 4. I.
1 Pet. 2. 21, 22, 22, 24. 1 Pet. 4. 18, 19. Ephes. 4. 9. Axs 2. 31, 32.
I Cor. 15. 3, 4. He ascended into Heaven, he sitteth on the right hand of the Father, God Almighty : from whence he shall come to judge the quick and the dead, Ephefi 4. 8,
10. Heb. 12. 2. Afts 10.42. Afts 17. 31.7
At whose coming all Men shall rise again with their bodies and laall give account for their own works, Roms. 14. 9, 10. 2 Cor. 5. IO.
And they that have done good, mal! gò into life everlasting: and they that have done evil, into everlasting fire, Mat. 25. 4.6.
This is the Catholick Faith: which, except a man believe faithfully, he can not be saved.
Priest. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, c. 4 People
. As it was in the beginning, ca Here followerh the Litany or general supplicatia
on to be sung or said after Morning Prayer um 1
pon Sundays, Wednesdays and "Frydays, and at other times when it shall be commanded by
the Ordinary Prioft.
God the Father of heaven : have mercy opon us miser
able finners, Fob 38. 28. Jam. i. 17. Pfal. 124. 8. Pfal. 5i. .
People. O God the Father, ci The reason why have mercy upon us is to of:
tin repësted in this Litany; is because it is agrecable to Scripture, Pfal. 136. 1 Chron. C2
A Prayer for the Royal Family. Almighty God, the fountain of all good
A Prayer for the Clergy, and People. A Lmighty and everlasting God, who
alone workest great marvels ; &c.
A Prayer of St. Chrysostom. Almighty God, who hast given us grace
The Four forementioned Prayers are not here printed at length, because moft of them, as to the matter and subftauce of them, will fall within the Litany, which will be warranted by Scripture sufficiently. But here let it be noted, that we pray in particular for Kings, in pursuance of that Precept of the Apostle, 1 Tim. 2. 1, 3. which is pressed and urged with this reason, that we may lead quiet and peaceable lives in all godliness and Lonesty.
We pray for the Church, which is excellently described by Bishops, Curates, and the People committed to their charge, all which make up a Church rightly constituted; and Ignatius the Disciple of St.
John the Evangelift, tells us, that there can be no truly conftituted Church without a Bifhop. By'Curates here are not meant Stipendaries, but all Minifters to whom the Bishop hath committed the cure and care of Souls.
For the right conftituting of a Church, and for preserving of it when it is constituted and setled,