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fending to them the light of Son, and the Holy Ghost; thy Holy Spirit ; grant us Grant that we may live aby the same spirit to have a greeably to our Christian right judgment in all things, Profession; and that we may and evermore to rejoice in pay the highest praises, and his holy comfort, through humblest Adoration to thy the merits of Christ Jesus divine Majesty, the most finour Saviour, who liveth and cere Obedience to the sacred reigneth with thee, world Laws of thy Son, and the without end. Amen.

most ready compliance with For the Epifle.

the holy motions of thy good When the day. Aets 2. ver. Spirit; till we at length arI. to V. I 2.

rive safely at the haven of The Gospel

eternal life: through our Jesus said unto his. S. John Lord and Saviour Jesus 14. ver. 15. to v. 31.

Christ. Amen.
Monday in Whitsun Week.

For the Epistle.
The fame Colleet. After this I looked. Rev. 4.
For the Epiftle.

ver, I. to the end. Then Peter opened. Axts 10.

The Gospel ver. 34. to the end,

There was a man. S. John The Gospel

3. ver. 1. to v, 16. God so loved the. S. John The firstSunday after Trinity. 3. ver. 16. to v. 22.

O God, the strength of all Tuesday in Whitsun-Week. them that put their trust The fame Colleet.

in thee , Mercifully accept For the Epistle.

our Prayers : and because When the Apostles. Aets 8. thro' the weakness of our ver. 14. to v. 18.

mortal nature, we can do no The Gospel

good thing without thee, Verily, verily, I say. S. John grant us the help of thy IO. ver. I. to V. II.

grace, that in keeping thy Trinity-Sunday. commandments

we may The Colleer.

please thee both in will and O

God, who by thy dear deed, through Jesus Chrift
Son Jesus Christ, our

our Lord. Amen. Lord, and by thy blefied Spi

The Epistle. rit, the Comforter, hast u. Beloved, let us. I S. Joba nited us unto thy holy

4. ver. 7. to the end. Church ; and who haft


The Gospel. pointed Baptism unto the There was a certain. S. Lu. name of the Father, the 16, ver, 19. to the end.


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The second Sunday after Tric out whom nothing is strong, nity.

nothing is holy; Increase The Collect.

and multiply upon us thy O Lord who never faileft mercy: that thou

being our to help and govern them ruler and guide, we may so whom thou dost preserve in pass through things tempothy ftedfast fear and love ; ral, that we finally lose not Keep us, we beseech thee, the things eternal : Grant under the protection of thy this, O heavenly Father, for good providence, and make Jesus Christ's fake our Lord. us to have a perpetual fear Amen. and love of thy holy Name,

The Epistle. through Jesus Christ our I reckon that the. Rom. 8. Lord. Amen.

ver. 8. to v. 24. The Epiftle.

The Gospel. Marvel not, my. I S. John Be ye therefore. S. Luke 6. 3. ver. 13. to the end.

ver. 36. to v. 43. The Gospel

. The fifth Sunday after Tria A certain man, S. Luke 14.

nity. ver. 16. to v. 25.

The ColleEz. The third Sunday after Tri- GRant, O Lord, we benity.

feech thee, that the The Colleet.

course of this world may be O

Lord we beseech thee so peaceably ordered by thy

mercifully to hear us; governance, that thy Church and grant that we, to whom may joyfully serve thee in thou hast given an hearty all godly quietnses, through desire to pray, may by thy Jesus Christ our Lord. A mighty aid be defended and comforted in all dangers and

The Epistle.
adversities, through Jesus Be ye all of one mind, iS.
Christ our Lord. Amen. Pet. 3. ver. 8. to v. 15.
The Epiftle.

And be ready
All of you be subject. 1. S.

The Gospel.
Pet. 5. ver. 5. to v. 12. It came to pass. S. Luke 5.

The Gospel
Then drew near. S. Luke The fixtb Sunday after Tri-
15. ver. I. to v. I.

The fourth Sunday after Trie The Colleet.

O God, who haft prepared
The Colle Et.

for them that love thee, O God the protector of all such good things' as pass



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man's understanding ; Pour hurtful things, and to give into our hearts such love to us those things which be proward thee, that we loving fitable for us, thro' Jesus thee above all things, may Christ our Lord. Amen. obtain thy promises, which

The Epistle. exceed all that we can de-Brethren, we are. Rom. 8. fire, through Jesus Chrift ver. 12. to v. 18. our Lord. Amen. The Epistle.

Beware of false. Matt. 7. Know ye not. Rom. 6. ver. ver. 15. to v. 22.

3. to v. 12. The ninth Sunday after TriThe Gospel.

nity. Jesus said unto his. S. Mat. The Collect.

5. Ver. 20. to v. 27. GRant to us, Lord, we The seventh Sunday after

beseech thee, thy Spirit, Trinity.

to think and do always such The Colleet.

things as be right ; that we Ord of all power and who cannot do any thing

might, who art the au- that is good without thee, thor and giver of all good may by thee be enabled to things; Graft in our hearts live according to thy will, the love of thy Name, in- through Jesus Christ our crease in us true religion, Lord. Amen. nourish us with all good

The Epistle. ness, and of thy great mercy Brethren, I would. I Cor. keep us in the same, thro’ 10. ver. I. to v. Jesus Christ our Lord. A

The Gospel.

Jesus said unto his. S. Luke The Epistle.

16. ver. 1. to v. 10. I speak after-the. Rom. 6. The tenth Sunday after Triver. 19. to the end.

nity. The Gospel.

The Collect. In those days the. S. Mark LÆT thy merciful ears, 8. ver. 1. to v, 10.

Lord, be open to the The eighth Sunday after Tri- prayers of thy humble sernity.

vants, and that they may The Colleet.

obtain their petitions, direct O

God whose never-failing them to ask fuch things as

providence ordereth all shall please thee, through things both in heaven and Jesus Christ our Lord. Aearth; We humbly beseech men. thee to put away from us all




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unto us such a measure of Almighty and merciful

The Epifle.

are not worthy to ask, but Now concerning. 1 Cor. 12. thro' the merits and media

ver. I. to v. 21. tion of Jesus Christ thy Son
The Gospel.

our Lord. Amen. And when he was. S. Luke

The Epiftle. 19. ver. 41. to V. 47. Such trust have we, 2 Gor. But the chief.

3. ver. 4. to v. 20. The eleventh Sunday after

The Gospel.

Jesus departing from. S.
The Collect.

Mat. 7. ver. 31. to the end.
God, who declarest thy The thirteenth Sunday after
glorious perfection and

Trinity. goodness in shewing mercy

The Colle&t. and pity ; Mercifully grant

God, of whose only thy grace, that we running gift it cometh, that thy the

way of thy commande faithful people do unto thee ments, may obtain thy gra- true and laudable service; cious promises, and be made

Grant, we beseech thee, that partakers of thy heavenly treasure, thro' Jesus Christ thee in this life, that we fail

we may so faithfully serye our Lord. Amen. The Epistle.

not finally to attain thy heaBrethren, I declare. I Cor. merits of Jesus Christ our

venly promises, through the 15. ver. I, to v. I 2.

Lord, Amen.
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The Epifle.

. Jesus spake this. S. Luke To Abraham and. Gal. 3. 18. ver. 9. to v. 15.

ver. 16. to v. 23. The twelfth Sunday after

The Gospel

Blessed are the Eyes. S.Lu.
The Colleet.

10. ver. 23. to v. 38. Almighty and everlasting The fourteenth Sunday after God, who art always

Trinity. more ready to hear, than we

The Colleet. to pray, and art wont to give Almighty and everlafting

God, give unto us the or deserve ; Pour down up. increase of faith, hope, and on us the abundance of thy charity; and that we may mercy; forgiving us those obtain that which thou dost things whereof our consci- promise, make us to love ence is afraid, and giving us that which thou dost comthose good things which we mand, thro' Jesus Christ

our Lord. Amen,
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ver. I. to V. I2.


The Epistle.

The Gospel. I say then, Walk in. Gal. And it came to pass. S. Lu. 5. ver. 16. to v. 25. 7. ver. 11. to v. 18.

The Gospel. The seventeenth Sunday after And it came to pass. S. Lu.


The Collect. 17. ver. II. to v. 20. The fifteenth Sunday after Lord, we pray thee that Trinity.

thy grace may always The Collect. prevent and follow us; and KEep,

we beseech thes, o make us continually to be

Lord, thy Church with given to all good works, thy perpetual mercy. And thro' Jesus Chrift our Lord. because the frailty of man Amen. without thee is ever liable

The Epifile. to fall, keep us ever by thy I therefore the. Eph. 4. ver. help from all things hurtful,

1. to V, 7. and lead us to all things pro

The Gospel. fitable to our salvation, thro' It came to pass. S.Luke 14. Jesus Christ our Lord. A

The eigthteenth Sunday after The Epiftle.

Trinity. Ye see how large. Gal. 6.

The Gospel. ver, II. to the end. Lord, we beseech thee, The Gospel.

grant thy people grace No Man can serve. S. Mat. ons of the world, the flesh,

to withstand the temptati6. ver. 24. to the end.

and the devil; and with pure The fixteenth Sunday after hearts and minds to follow Trinity.

thee, the only God, thro' The Collect.

Jesus Christ our Lord. AO Lord, we beseech thee,

let thy continual pity The Epiftle. cleanse and defend thy I thank my God. I Cor. I. Church; and because it can.

Ver. 4. to v, 9. not continue in safety with

The Gospel out thy succour, preserve it when the Pharisees. S. Mat. evermore by thy help and

22. ver. 34. to the end. goodness, thro' Jesus Christ The nineteenth Sunday after Dur Lord. Amen.

The Epistle.

God, forasmuch as withI desire that ye faint. Eph. out thee we are not able 3. ver 13. to the end. to please thee; Mercifully


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