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nothing is holy; Increase The Collet.
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 stedfast 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 sake 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 Epistle.
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 Colle&t. The third Sunday after Tri- GRant, O Lord, we benity.
feech thee, that the The ColleEZ.
course of this world may be Lord we beseech thee fo 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 men. comforted in all dangers and adversities, through Jesus
through Jesus Be ye all of one mind, 1 S. Christ our Lord. Amen. Pet. 3. ver. 8. to v. 15. The Epistle.
And be ready
. Pet. 5. ver. 5. to v. 12. It came to pass. S. Luke 5.
O God, who haft prepared
for them that love thee, O God the protector of all fuch, good things 'as pass that trust in thee, with
ver. I. to v. 12.
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 Colleet.
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 Collect.
things as be right ; that we LOrd 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, 1 Cor. keep us in the same, thro’ 10. ver. I. to v. Jesus Christ our Lord, A
Jesus said unto his. S. Luke The Epiftle.
16. ver. I. 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 LET 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 Collect.
obtain their petitions, direct O God whose never-failing them to ask such 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
ver. I. to v. 21.
are not worthy to ask, but Now concerning. 1 Cor. 12. thro' the merits and media
tion of Jesus Christ thy Son The Gospel
our Lord. Amen. And when he was. S. Luke
The Epistle. 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
Jesus departing from. S.
Mat. 7. ver. 31. to the end. O God, who declareft thy The thirteenth Sunday after glorious perfection and
Trinity. goodness in shewing mercy
The Colleet. and pity ; Mercifully grant unto us such a measure of ALmighty and merciful
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. 1 Cor. venly promises, through the
merits of Jesus Christ our 15. ver. I, to v. I 2.
. 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
Blessed are the Eyes. S.Lu.
10. ver. 23. to v. 38. Almighty and everlasting The fourteenth Sunday after God, who art always
Trinity. more ready to hear, than we
our Lord. Amen,
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,
thy grace may always
prevent and follow us; and K
Eep, we beseech thee, make us continually to be
Lord, thy Church with given to all good works, thy perpetual mercy. And thro' Jesus Christ our Lord. because the frailty of man Amen. without thee is ever liable
The Epiftle. 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 falvation, thro' It came to pass. S.Luke 14.
ver. I. to v. 12. Jesus Christ our Lord. A
The eigthteenth Sunday after
grant thy people grace
to withftand the temptatiNo Man can serve. S. Mat.
ons of the world, the flesh, 6. 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 Colleet.
Jesus Christ our Lord. AO Lord, we beseech thee,
men. let thy continual picy
The Epistle. cleanse and defend thy I thank my. God. Cor. 1. Church, and because it can
Ver. 4. to v, 9. not continue in safety with
The Gospel out thy succour, preserve it when thePharisees. S. Mat. evermore by thy help and goodness, thro' Jesus Christ The nineteenth Sunday after
22. ver. 34. to the end. our Lord. Amen.
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
grant that thy Holy Spirit may in all things direct and My brethren, be. Eph. 6. rule our hearts, thro' Jesus ver. 10, to v.21. Christ our Lord. Amen. The Epistle.
There was a certain.S.Job.
4. ver. 46. to the end.
day after Trinity.
The Colle ET.
keep thy houfhold the The twentieth Sunday after Church in continual godliTrinity.
nefs; that thro' thy protecThe Collect.
tion it may be free from all O
Almighty and moft mer adversities, and devoutly
ciful God, of thy boun• given to serve thee in good tiful goodness keep us, we works, to the glory of thy beseech thee, from all things Name, thro' Jesus Christ that may hurt that we
our Lord. Amen. being ready both in body
The Epistle. and soul, may chearfully I thank my God. Phil. I. accomplish those things that
ver. 3. to V, 12. thou wouldst have done, thro' Jesus Christ our Lord. Peter said unto his. S. Mat. Amen.
18. ver. 21. to the end. The Epiftle.
The three and twentieth Sun-
God, our refuge and
hear the devout prayers of The Colleet. thy Church; and grant that GRant, we beseech thee, those things which we ask
merciful Lord, to thy faithfully, we may obtain faithful people pardon and effectually, through Jesus peace ; that they may be Chritt our Lord. Amen. cleansed from all their fins,
The Epiftle. and serve thee with a quiet Brethren, be followers.Phil. mind, thro' Jesus Christ our 3. yer. 17. to the end, Lord. Amen.