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ing your conversation honest a- and superscription? They say unmong. the Gentiles : that, where to him, Cæsar's. Then saith he as they speak against you as evil- unto them, Render therefore undoers, they may, by your good to Cæsar the things which are works which they shall behold, Cæsar's; and unto God the things glorify God in the day of visita- that are God's. When they had tion. Submit yourselves to every heard these words, they marvelordinance of man for the Lord's led, and left him, and went their sake; whether it be to the King, way. as supreme; or unto governours, q After the Nicene Creed shall follow the as unto them that are sent by him for the punishment of evil-q In the Offertory shall this Sentence be doers, and for the praise of them that do well
. For so is the will LET your light so shine beof God, that with well-doing ye
fore , may put to silence the ignorance your good works, and glorify of foolish men: as free, and not your Father which is in heaven. using your liberty for a cloke of St. Matth. v. 16. maliciousness, but as the servants
After the Prayer [For the whole state of of God. Honour all men. Love Christ's Church &c.] these Collects followthe brotherhood. Fear God. Ho
ing shall be used. nour the King
A Prayer for Unity. The Gospel. St. Matth. xxii. 16.
O God the Father of our Lord A
ND they sent out unto him Jesus Christ, our only Savi
their disciples, with the He- our, the Prince of Peace; Give rodians, saying, Master, we know. us grace seriously to lay to heart that thou art true, and teachest the great dangers we are in by the way of God in truth, neither our unhappy divisions. Take acarest thou for any man : forway all hatred and prejudice, and thou regardest not the person of whatsoever else may hinder us
Tell us therefore, What from godly Union and Concord : thinkest thou? Is it lawful to that, as there is but one Body, give tribute unto Cæsar, or not? and one Spirit, and one Hope of But Jesus perceived their wick- our Calling, one Lord, one Faith, edness, and said, Why tempt ye one Baptism, one God and Fame, ye hypocrites ? shew me the ther of us all, so we may hencetribute-money. And they brought forth be all of one heart, and of unto him a peny. And he saith one soul, united in one holy bond unto them, Whose is this image of Truth and Peace, of Faith
and Charity, and may with one
LMIGHTY God, the founmind and one mouth glorify thee; tain of all wisdom, who through Jesus Christ our Lord. knowest our necessities before we Amen.
ask, and our ignorance in asking;
We beseech thee to have compas|RANT, O Lord, we beseech thee, that the course of this those things, which for our un
sion upon our infirmities; and world may be so peaceably order
worthiness we dare not, and for ed by thy governance, that thy
our blindness we cannot ask, Church may joyfully serve thee in all godly quietness, through thiness of thy Son Jesus Christ
vouchsafe to give us for the worJesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
our Lord. Amen. GR RANT, we beseech thee,
THE peace of God which Almighty God, that the passeth all understanding, words, which we have heard this keep your hearts and minds in day with our outward ears, may the knowledge and love of God, through thy grace be so grafted and of his Son Jesus Christ our inwardly in our hearts, that they Lord: And the blessing of God may bring forth in us the fruit Almighty, the Father, the Son, of good living, to the honour and and the Holy Ghost, be amongst praise of thy Name; through you, and remain with you always. Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Amen.
“ WILLIAM R.
, vice, made for the Fifth of November, the Thirtieth of January, the Twenty-ninth of May, and the Twenty-sixth of June, be forthwith printed “ and published, and annexed to the Book of Common Prayer and Liturgy “ of the United Church of England and Ireland, to be used yearly on the " said Days, in all Cathedral and Collegiate Churches and Chapels; in all
Chapels of Colleges and Halls within Our Universities of Oxford, Cam
bridge, and Dublin, and of Our Colleges of Eton and Winchester, and in “ all Parish-Churches and Chapels within those parts of Our United King" dom called England and Ireland. “ Given at Our Court at St. James's the Twenty-eighth Day of
June, 1830, in the First Year of Our Reign.
6 R. PEEL."