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table, or where Morning and Evening Prayer are appointed to be said, shall say the Lord's Prayer and the Colleci following, the People knecling ; but the Lord's Prayer may be omitted, if Morning prayer hath been said immediately before.
O HeavenHalwed be the God spake these words
Father, who art in,
OD Name ; thy Kingdom come ; and said, I Thy Will be done on Earth, as thy God: Thou shalt have it is in Heaven : Give us this none other gods but me. day our daily bread; and for- People. Lord, have mercy give us our trespasses, as we upon us, and incline our hearts forgive those who trespass to keep this law. against us; And lead us not Minister. Thou shalt not into temptation ; But deliver make to thyself any graven us from evil : For thine is the image, nor the likeness of any Kingdom, and the Power, and thing that is in heaven above, the Glory, for ever and ever. or in the earth beneath, or in Amen,
the water under the earth.
Thou shalt not bow down to The Collect, them nor worship them : For
I the Lord thy God am a jeawhom all hearts are open, the Fathers upon the children,
lous God; and visit the sins of all desires known, and from
unto the third and fourth gewhom no secrets are hid;
neration of them that hate me; cleanse the thoughts of our hcarts by the inspiration of
and show mercy unto thousands
in them that love me, and keep thy holy Spirit ; that we may
my commandments, perfectly love thee, and wor
People. Lord, have mercy thily magnify thy holy Name, through Christ our
upon us, and incline our hearts Lord.
to keep this law. Ionen.
Minister. Thou shalt not Then shall the Minister, take the Name of the Lord thy turning to the People, rc- God in vain : For the Lord wilt hearse distinctly the Ten not hold bim guiltless, that Commandments; and the taketh his Name in vain. People, still kneeling, shall, People. Lord, have mercy afier every commandment, upon us, and incline our hearis ask God mercy for their to keep this law. transgressions for the time Alinister. Remember that past, and grace to keep the thou keep holy the Sabbathlaw for the time to come day. Six days shalt thou las as followeth.
bour, and do all that thou hast
Peotile. Lordhave mercy Thou shalt love the Lord
to do ; but the seventh day is covet thy neighbour's house, the Sabbath of the Lord thy thou shalt not covet thy neighGod. In it thou shalt do nour's wife, nor his servant, manner of work ; thou, ane Kior his maid, nor his ox, nor thy son, and thy daughter, thy his ass, nor any thing that is man-servant, and thy maid-bis. servant, thy cattle, and tht People. Lord, have mercy stranger that is within thy upon us, and write all these thy gates. For in six days the Lord laws in our hearts, we beseech made heaven and earth, the thee. sea, and all that in them is, and 1 Then the Minister may say, rested the seventh day ; where. fore the Lord blessed the se
Hear also what our Lord
Jesus Christ saith. venth day, and hallowed it. upon us, and incline our hearts
thyall to keep this law.
and with all thy soul, and with Minister. Honour thy father all thy mind : This is the first and thy mother ; that thy days
and great commandment. And may be long in the land which
the second is like unto it;
Thou shalt love thy neighbour the Lord thy God giveth thee. People. Lord, have mercy
as thyself. On these two comupon us, and incline our hearts mandments hang all the law
and the prophets. to keep this law, Minister.. Thou shalt di
Let 1:8 Pray, no murder.
O People. Lord, have mercy everlasting God, vouchupon us, and incline our hearts safe, we beseech thee, to dito keep this law.
rect, sanctify, and govern, both Minister. Thou shalt not our hearts and bodies, in the commit adultery.
ways of thy laws, and in the People. Lord, have mercy works of thy commandments, upon us, and incline our hearts that, through thy most mighty to keep this law.
protection, both here and ever, Minister: Thou shalt not we may be preserved in body steal.
and soul, through our Lord People. Lord, have mercy and Savicur Jesus Christ. upon us, and incline our hearts Amen. to keep this law.
Minister. Thou shalt nou 4 Then shall be said the Col. bear false witness against thy lect of the Day: and ime. neighbour
mediately after the Collect, P cofile. Lord, have mercy the Minister shall read the upon us, and incline our hearts Epistle, saying The EpisDo keep this law.
tle [or, The Portion of ScripMinisters . Thou shalt not ture appointed for the Epis
tle is written in the-chap- moth and rust doth corrupt, ter of —, beginning at the and where thieves break Verse. And the Epistle through and steal : But lay up ended, he shall say, Here for yourselves treasures in heaendeth the Epistle. Then ven, where neither moth nor shall be read the Gospel rust doth corrupt, and where (the people all standing up thieves do not break through saying, The Holy Gospel is nor steal. St. Matt. vi. 19. 20. written in the chapter of Whatsoever ye would that beginning at the men should do to you, even so
do to them: for this is the law
and 'the prophets. St. Matt. Here the people shall say, vii. 12. Glory be to Thee, O Lord. Not every one that saith unto I Then shall be read the Apos
me, Lord, Lord, shall enter iles' or Nicene Creed: un
into the kingdom of heaven;
but he that doeth the will of less one of them hath been reud immediately before, in my Father which is in heaven.
St. Matt. vii. 21. the Morning Service.
Zaccheus stood forth, and Then the Minister shall de
said unto the Lord, Behold, clare unto the People what Holy-days, or Fasting-days, give to the poor; and if I have
Lord, the half of my goods I , , are in the week following to be observed ; and (if oc
done any wrong, to any many
I restore four-fold. St. Luke casion be) shall Notice bel.
xix. 8. given of the Communion, and of the Bans of Matriotime at his own cost? Who
Who goeth a warfare at any mony, and other Matters to be published.
planteth a vineyard, and eateth
not of the fruit thereof? or Then shall follow the Ser
who feedeth a flock, and eateth mon : after which, the Mi
not of the milk of the flock? nister, when there is a Com
1 Cor. ix. 7. munion, shall return to the
If we have sown unto your Lord's Table, and begin the
spiritual things, is it a great Offertory, saying one
matter if we shall reap your more of these sentences fol.
worldly things ? I Cor. ix. ll. lowing, as he thinketh mos!
Do ye not know, that they convenieni.
who minister about holy ET your light so-shine be. things, live of the sacrifice;
see your good works, and glo-are partakers with the altar? rify your Father which is in Even so hath the Lord also orheaven. St. Matt. v. 16. dained that they who preach
Lay not up for yourselve the Gospel, should live of the sures upon earth, where(Gospel. I Cor. ix, 13, 14.
He that soweth little, shalll' Whoso hath this world's reap little; and he that soweth good, and seeth his brother plenteously, shall reap plen-have need, and shutteth up his teously. Let every man do compassion from him, how according as he is disposed in dwelleth the love of God in his heart, not grudgingly, or him ? i St. John iii. 17. of necessity ; for God loveth Give alms of thy goods, and a cheerful giver. 2 Cor. ix never turn thy face from any
poor man; and then the face Let him that is taught in the of the Lord shall not be turned word, minister unto him that away from thee. Tob. iv. 7. teacheth in all good things. Bel - Be merciful after thy power. not deceived, God is not mock. If thou hast much, give plened : For whatsoever a man teously. If thou hast little, do soweth, that shall he reap. thy diligence gladly to give Gal. vi. 6,7.
of that little ; for so gatherest While we have time, let us thou thyself a good reward, do good unto all men : and es- in the day of necessity. Tob. pecially unto them that are of iv. 8, 9. the household of faith. Gal He that hath pity upon the vi. 10.
poor, lendeth unto the Lord : Godliness is great riches, if and look, what he layeth out, a man be content with that hefit shall be paid him again. hath : For we brought nothing Prov. xix. 17. into this world, neither may
Blessed be the man that We carry any thing out. 1 Tim provideth for the sick and vi. 6, 7.
needy : the Lord shall deliver Charge them who are rich him in the time of trouble. in this world, that they be ready Psal. xli. 1. to give, and glad to distribute , " Whilst these Sentences are laying up in store for them- in realing, the Deacons, selves a good foundation against Church-wardens, or other the time to come, that they may fit persons appointed for attain eternal life. I Tim. vi. that purpose, shall receive 17, 18, 19.
the Alms for the Poor, and God is not unrighteous, that other Devotions of the Peo. he will forget your works, and ple, in a decent Bason to be labour that proceedeth of love ; provided by the Parish for which love ye have showed for that purpose ; and reverhis name's sake, who have enlly bring it to the Priest, ministered unto the saints, and
who shall humbly present yet do minister. Heb. vi. 10. and place it upon the Holy
To do good and to distribute, Table. forget not ; for with such sacri. And the Priest shall then fices God is well pleased. Heb. place upon the Table xiii. 16.
much Bread and Wine, as
he shall think sufficient. [sent ; that with meek heart, After which done, he shall and due reverence, they may say,
hear, and receive thy holy Let us pray for the whole Word; truly serving thee in state of Christ's Church mili- holiness and righteousness all tant.
the days of their life. And. LMIGHTY and everliving we most humbly beseech thee,
Apostle, hast taught us to comfort and succour all those make prayers and supplica- who, in this transitory life, tions, and to give thanks for are in trouble, sorrow, need, all men: We hunbly beseech sickness, or any other adverthee most mercifully [*to ac-sity. And we also bless thy cept our alms and oblations, holy Name, for all thy serand] to receive these our vants departed this life in thy prayers, which we offer unto faith and fear; beseeching thy divine Majesty ; beseech- thee to give us grace so to fol ing thee to inspire continually low their good examples, that the Uộiversal Church with the with them we may be par spirit of truth, unity, and con- takers of thy heavenly king. cord : and grant that all they dom : Grant this, O Father, who do confess thy holy Name for. Jesus Christ's sake, our may agree in the truth of thy only Mediator and Advocate. holy word, and live in unity Amen. and godly love. We beseech T When the Minister giveth thee also, so to direct and dis- warning for the Celebrar pose the hearts of all Chris tion of the Holy Communion tian Rulers, that they may (which lie shall alivays dotruly and impartially adminis- upon the Sunday, or some ter justice, to the punishment Holy-day, immediately pre of wickedness and vice, and ceding), he shall read this to the maintenance of thy true Exhortation following ; or religion and virtue. - Give 80 much thereof as, in hie. grace, O heavenly father, to discretion, he may think all Bishops and other Minis- convenient. ters ; that they may, both b: DER
EARLY beloved, on their life and doctrine, se day nexty purpose, forth thy true and lively word.hrough God's. assistance to and rightly and duly adminis.fedminister to all such as shall. ter thy holy Sacraments. And he religiously and devoutly disto all thy people give thy hea-posed, the most comfortable venly grace; and especially to Sacrament of the Body and this Congregation here pre- Blood of Christ; to be by them
If there be no alms-or oblations, then shall the words (to accept ou alms and oblations, and be left unsaid.