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owed him ten thousand ta- was wroth, and delivered him lents. But forasmuch as he to the tormentors, till he had not to pay, his lord com- should pay all that was due manded him to be fold, and unto him. So likewise shall his wife and children, and all my heavenly Father do also that he had, and payment to unto you,

if ye, from your be made. The servant there. hearts, forgive not every one fore felldown and worshipped his brother their trespasses. him, saying, Lord, have patience with me, and I will The Twenty-third Sunday after pay thee all. Then the lord

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The Collect. him, and forgave him the God, our refuge and debt. But the same servant strength, who art the went out, and found one of author of all godliness; be his fellow-fervants, who owed ready, we beseech thee, to him an hundred pence; and hear the devout prayers of he laid hands on him, and thy Church; and grant that took him by the throat, say- those things which we alk : ing, Pay me that thou owest. faithfully, we may obtain ef

And his fellow-servant fell fetually, through Jesus Christ down at his feet, and be- our Lord. Amen. sought him, saying, Have patience with me, and I will

The Epiftle. Phil. iii. 17. pay thee all. he would RETHREN, be follownot; but went and cast him into prison, till he should pay mark them who walk fo, as the debt. So when his fellow- ye have us for an ensample. fervants saw what was done, (For many walk, of whom I they were very sorry, and came have told you often, and now and told unto their lord all tell you even weeping, that that was done. Then his lord, they aretheenemiesoftheCross after that he had called him, ofChrist; whoseend is destruc

said unto him, thou wicked tion, whose God is their belly, · servant, I forgave thee all that and whose glory is in their

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that had eaten. Then those The Gospel. St. John vi. 5.

men, when they had seen the HEN Jesus then lift miracle that Jefus did, said, up his eyes,

and faw This is of a truth that Proa great company come unto phet that should come into him, he saith unto Philip, the world. Whence shall we buy bread, that these may eat ? (and this if there be any more Sundays he said to prove him ; for he before Advent-Sunday, the himself knew what he would Service of some of those Sundo.) Philip answered him, days that were omitted after Two hundred penny-worth of the Epiphany, shall be taken bread is not sufficient for them, in to supply so many as are that every one of them may here wanting. And if there take a little. One of his disci

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St. Andrew's Day. ve said, Make the men lit down. Now there was much grass in

The Collect. the place. So the men sat LMIGHTY God, who down, in number about five

didst give such grace thousand.

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without delay; grant unto Gospel. For Efaias faith, us all, that we, being called Lord, who hath believed our by thy holy Word, may forth- report? So then, faith cometh with give up ourselves obedi- by hearing, and bearing by the ently to fulfil thy holy com- Word of God, But I fay, have mandments, through the same they not heard? Yes verily, Jesus Chrift our Lord. Amen. their sound went into all the

earth, and their words unto The Epifle. Rom. x. 9, the ends of the world. But F thou shalt confess with I say, Did not Israel know?

na fus, and fhalt believe in thinę voke you to jealousy by them heart that God hath raised that are no people, and by a him from the dead, thou shalt foolish nation I will anger be saved. For with the heart you. But Efaias is very bold, man believeth unto righteous- and faith, I was found of them ness, and with the mouth that sought me not; I was confeffion is made unto salva- made manifeft unto them that tion. For the Scripture faith, asked not after me. But to IlWhosoever believeth on him rael he faith, All day long have shall not be ashamed. For I stretched forth my hands unthere is no difference between to a disobedient and gainsaythe Jew and the Greek: for ing people. the same Lord over all, is rich unto all that call upon him. The Gospel. St. Matth. iv. 18. For whosoever shall call upon ESUS walking by the sea the name of the Lord, shall of Galilee, saw two brebe saved. How then fall thren, Simon, called Peter, and they call on him in whom Andrew his brother, casting a they have not believed? And net into the sea: (for they how shall they believe in him were fishers.) And he faith of whom they have not heard? unto them, Follow me, and And how shall they hear with: I will make you fishers of out a preacher? And how men. And they straightway hall they preach except they left their nets, and followed be sent? As it is written, him. And going on from How beautiful are the feet of thence, he saw other two brethem that preach the Gospel thren, James the son of Zeof peace, and bring glad ti- bedee, and John his brother, dings

of good things? But in a ship with Zebedee their they have not all obeyed the father, mending their něts ;

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