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Man : yet he is not two, but one ther, God Almighty : from whence Christ;

he shall come to judge the quick One; not by conversion of the and the dead. Godhead into flesh : but by taking At whose coming all men shall of the Manhood into God;

rise again with their bodies : and One altogether; not by confu shall give account for their own sion of Substance : but by unity works. of Person.

And they that have done good For as the reasonable soul and shall go into life everlasting : and flesh is one man : so God and Man they that have done evil into everis one Christ;

lasting fire. Who suffered for our salvation : This is the Catholick Faith : descended into hell, rose again the which except a man believe faiththird day from the dead.

fully, he cannot be saved. He ascended into heaven, he Glory be to the Father, &c. sitteth on the right hand of the Fa- ! As it was in the beginning, &c.

THE LITANY. THere followeth the LITANY, or General Supplication, to be sung or

said after Morning Prayer upon Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and at other times when it shall be commanded by the Ordinary.

GOD the Father, of heaven :| From all evil and mischief; from U have mercy upon us misera- sin, from the crafts and assaults ble sinners.

of the devil; from thy wrath, and O God the Father, of heaven : from everlasting damnation, have mercy upon us miserable sin

Good Lord, deliver us. ners.

From all blindness of heart; O God the Son, Redeemer of from pride, vain-glory, and hypothe world : have mercy upon us crisy ; from envy, hatred, and mamiserable sinners.

lice, and all uncharitableness, O God the Son, Redeemer of the Good Lord, deliver us. world : have mercy upon us mi- From fornication, and all other serable sinners.

deadly sin; and from all the deO God the Holy Ghost, pro ceits of the world, the flesh, and ceeding from the Father and the the devil, Son : have mercy upon us mise

Good Lord, deliver us. rable sinners.

From lightning and tempest; O God the Holy Ghost, proceeding from plague, pestilence, and fafrom the Father and the Son : have mine; from battle and murder, mercy upon us miserable sinners. i and from sudden death,

O holy, blessed, and glorious Good Lord, deliver us. Trinity, three Persons and one From all sedition, privy conGod : have mercy upon us mise spiracy, and rebellion; from all rable sinners.

false doctrine, heresy, and schism; O holy, blessed, and glorious from hardness of heart, and conTrinity, three Persons and one tempt of thy Word and ComGod : have mercy upon us mise mandment, rable sinners.

Good Lord, deliver us. Remember not, Lord, our of By the mystery of thy holy Infences, nor the offences of our carnation; by thy holy Nativity forefathers; neither take thou and Circumcision; by thy Bapvengeance of our sins : spare us, tism, Fasting, and Temptation, good Lord, spare thy people, Good Lord, deliver us. whom thou hast redeemed with By thine Agony and bloody thy most precious blood, and be Sweat; by thy Cross and Passion; not angry with us for ever. by thy precious Death and Burial; Spare us, good Lord.

by thy glorious Resurrection and

Ascension; and by the coming of We beseech thee to hear us, good the Holy Ghost,

Lord.
Good Lord, deliver us.

That it may please thee to bless In all time of our tribulation; and keep all hy people; in all time of our wealth ; in the We beseech thee to hear us, good hour of death, and in the day of Lord. judgement,

That it may please thee to give Good Lord, deliver us. to all nations unity, peace, and We sinners do beseech thee to concord; hear us, O Lord God; and that We beseech thee to hear us, good it may please thee to rule and Lord. govern thy holy Church universal That it may please thee to give in the right way;

us an heart to love and dread We beseech thee to hear us, good 1 thee, and diligently to live after Lord.

thy commandments; That it may please thee to keep We beseech thee to hear us, good and strengthen in the true wor Lord. shipping of thee, in righteousness That it may please thee to give and holiness of life, thy Servant to all thy people increase of grace VICTORIA, our most gracious to hear meekly thy Word, and to Queen and Governour;

receive it with pure affection, and We beseech thee to hear us, good to bring forth the fruits of the Lord.

Spirit; That it may please thee to rule We beseech thee to hear us, good her heart in thy faith, fear, and Lord. love, and that she may evermore That it may please thee to bring have affiance in thee, and eyer into the way of truth all such as seek thy honour and glory;

have erred, and are deceived; We beseech thee to hear us, good We beseech thee to hear us, good Lord.

Lord. That it may please thee to be her That it may please thee to defender and keeper, giving her strengthen such as do stand; and the victory over all her enemies; to comfort and help the weak

We beseech thee to hear us, good hearted; and to raise up them Lord.

that fall; and finally to beat down That it may please thee to bless Satan under our feet; and preserve the Prince Albert, Al We beseech thee to hear us, good bert Prince of Wales, and all the Lord. Royal Family;

That it may please thee to sucWe beseech thee to hear us, good cour, help, and comfort, all that Lord.

are in danger, necessity, and triThat it may please thee to illu bulation; minate all Bishops, Priests, and We beseech thee to hear us, good Deacons, with true knowledge and Lord. understanding of thy Word; and That it may please thee to prethat both by their preaching and serve all that travel by land or living they may set it forth, and by water, all women labouring of shew it accordingly;

child, all sick persons, and young We beseech thee to hear us, good children; and to shew thy pity Lord.

upon all prisoners and captives; That it may please thee to en We beseech thee to hear us, good due the Lords of the Council, and Lord. all the Nobility, with grace, wis That it may please thee to dedom, and understanding;

fend, and provide for, the fatherWe beseech thee to hear us, good less children, and widows, and all Lord.

that are desolate and oppressed; That it may please thee to bless We beseech thee to hear us, good and keep the Magistrates, giving | Lord. them grace to execute justice, and That it may please thee to have to maintain truth;

mercy upon all men;

to illu- Bulation;

We beseech thee to hear us, good

Let us pray. Lord.

GOD, merciful Father, that That it may please thee to for

despisest not the sighing of a give our enemies, persecutors,

contrite heart, nor the desire of and slanderers, and to turn their

such as be sorrowful; Mercifully hearts;

assist our prayers that we make We beseech thee to hear us, good

before thee in all our troubles and Lord.

adversities, whensoever they opThat it may please thee to give

press us; and graciously hear us, and preserve to our use the kindly that those evils, which the craft fruits of the earth, so as in due

and subtilty of the devil or man time we may enjoy them;

worketh against us, be brought to We beseech thée to hear us, good nought; and by the providence Lord.

of thy goodness they may be disThat it may please thee to give

persed; that we thy servants, beus true repentance; to forgive us ing hurt by no persecutions, may all our sins, negligences, and ig

evermore give thanks unto thee in norances; and to endue us with

thy holy Church; through Jesus the grace of thy Holy Spirit to

Christ our Lord. amend our lives according to thy O Lord, arise, help us, and deholy Word :

liver us for thy Name's sake. We beseech thee to hear us, good

GOD, we have heard with our Lord. Son of God : we beseech thee to

ears, and our fathers have

declared unto us, the noble works hear us.

that thou didst in their days, and Son of God : we beseech thee to

in the old time before them. hear us. O Lamb of God : that takest

O Lord, arise, help us, and deaway the sins of the world;

liver us for thine honour. Grant us thy peace.

Glory be to the Father, and to O Lamb of God : that takest the Son : and to the Holy Ghost; away the sins of the world;

Answer. As it was in the beginHave mercy upon us.

ning, is now, and ever shall be : O Christ, hear us.

world without end. Amen. O Christ, hear us.

From our enemies defend us, o

Christ. Lord, have mercy upon us.

Graciously look upon our afflicLord, have mercy upon us.

tions. Christ, have mercy upon us. Pitifully behold the sorrows of

Christ, have mercy upon us. our hearts. Lord, have mercy upon us. Mercifully forgive the sins of thy Lord, have mercy upon us.

people.

Favourably with mercy hear our Then shall the Priest, and the people with him, say the Lord's 0 Son of David, have mercy Prayer.

upon us. UR Father, which art in hea Both now and ever vouchsafe ven, Hallowed be thy Name.

1 to hear us, O Christ. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be Graciously hear us, O Christ; done in earth, As it is in heaven. graciously hear us, o Lord Christ. Give us this day our daily bread.

Priest. O Lord, let thy mercy And forgive us our trespasses,

be shewed upon us; As we forgive them that trespass Answer. As we do put our trust against us. And lead us not into

in thee. temptation; But deliver us from

Let us pray. evil. Amen.

W E humbly beseech thee, O Priest. O Lord, deal not with VV Father, mercifully to look us after our sins.

upon our infirmities; and for the Answer. Neither reward us af glory of thy Name turn from us ter our iniquities. .

all those evils that we most right

eously have deserved; and grant, three are gathered together in thy that in all our troubles we may put Name thou wilt grant their reour whole trust and confidence in quests; Fulfil now, O Lord, the thy mercy, and evermore serve desires and petitions of thy serthee in holiness and pureness of vants, as may be most expedient living, to thy honour and glory; for them; granting us in this through our only Mediator and world knowledge of thy truth, Advocate, Jesus Christ our Lord. and in the world to come life everAmen.

lasting. Amen. A Prayer of St. Chrysostom.

2 Cor. xiii. ALMIGHTY God, who hast THE grace of our Lord Jesus

given us grace at this time 1 Christ, and the love of God, with one accord to make our com- and the fellowship of the Holy mon supplications unto thee; and Ghost, be with us all evermore. dost promise, that when two or Amen.

Here endeth the LITANY.

PRAYERS AND THANKSGIVINGS,

UPON SEVERAL OCCASIONS, To be used before the two final Prayers of the Litany, or of Morning

and Evening Prayer.

PRAYERS.
For Rain.

glory; through Jesus Christ our GOD, heavenly Father, who Lord. Amen. U by thy Son Jesus Christ hast In the time of Dearth and Famine. promised to all them that seek thy

GOD, heavenly Father, whose kingdom, and the righteousness

gift it is, that the rain doth thereof, all things necessary to

fall, the earth is fruitful, beasts their bodily sustenance; Send us,

increase, and fishes do multiply ; we beseech thee, in this our ne

Behold, we beseech thee, the afcessity, such moderate rain and

flictions of thy people; and grant showers, that we may receive the

that the scarcity and dearth, which fruits of the earth to our comfort,

we do now most justly suffer for and to thy honour; through Jesus

our iniquity, may through thy Christ our Lord. Amen.

goodness be mercifully turned inFor fair Weather.

to cheapness and plenty ; for the ALMIGHTY Lord God, who

love of Jesus Christ our Lord, to for the sin of man didst once

whom with thee and the Holy

Ghost be all honour and glory, drown all the world, except eight

now and for ever. Amen. persons, and afterward of thy great mercy didst promise never

Or this. to destroy it so again; We hum GOD, merciful Father, who, bly beseech thee, that although in the time of Elisha the prowe for our iniquities have worthi phet, didst suddenly in Samaria ly deserved a plague of rain and | turn great scarcity and dearth into waters, yet upon our true repent plenty and cheapness; Have merance thou wilt send us such wea- cy upon us, that we, who are now ther, as that we may receive the for our sins punished with like adfruits of the earth in due season ; versity, may likewise find a seaand learn both by thy punishment sonable relief: Increase the fruits to amend our lives, and for thy of the earth by thy heavenly beclemency to give thee praise and I nediction; and grant that we, receiving thy bountiful liberality, hands suddenly on no man, but may use the same to thy glory, faithfully and wisely make choice the relief of those that are needy, of fit persons to serve in the sacred and our own comfort; through Ministry of thy Church. And to Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. those which shall be ordained to

any holy function give thy grace In the time of War and Tumults.

and heavenly benediction; that ALMIGHTY God, King of both by their life and doctrine

all kings, and Governour of they may set forth thy glory, and all things, whose power no crea set forward the salvation of all ture is able to resist, to whom it men; through Jesus Christ our belongeth justly to punish sinners, Lord. Amen. and to be merciful to them that truly repent; Save and deliver us,

Or this. we humbly beseech thee, from the ALMIGHTY God, the giver hands of our enemies; abate their

H of all good gifts, who of thy pride, asswage their malice, and divine providence hast appointconfound their devices; that we, ed divers Orders in thy Church; being armed with thy defence, Give thy grace, we humbly beseech may be preserved evermore from thee, to all those who are to be all perils, to glorify thee, who art

called to any office and administrathe only giver of all victory; tion in the same; and so replenish through the merits of thy only them with the truth of thy docSon, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

trine, and endue them with inno

cency of life, that they may faithIn the time of any common Plague fully serve before thee, to the glocr Sickness.

ry of thy great Name, and the beALMIGHTY God, who in nefit of thy holy Church; through

thy wrath didst send a plague | Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. upon thine own people in the wilderness, for their obstinate rebel

TA Prayer that may be said after lion against Moses and Aaron;

any of the former. and also, in the time of king GOD, whose nature and proDavid, didst slay with the plague

perty is ever to have mercy of Pestilence threescore and ten

and to forgive, receive our humthousand, and yet remembering ble petitions; and though we be thy mercy didst save the rest; tied and bound with the chain of Have pity upon us miserable sin our sins, yet let the pitifulness of ners, who now are visited with thy great mercy loose us; for the great sickness and mortality; that honour of Jesus Christ, our Melike as thou didst then accept of

diator and Advocate. Amen. an atonement, and didst command T A Prayer for the High Court of the destroying Angel to cease from Parliament, to be read during punishing, so it may now please their Session. thee to withdraw from us this

MOST gracious God, we humplague and grievous sickness;

W bly beseech thee, as for this through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Kingdom in general, so especialAmen.

ly for the High Court of ParliaT In the Ember Weeks, to be said ment, under our most religious every day, for those that are to and gracious Queen at this time be admitted into Holy Orders. assembled : That thou wouldest ALMIGHTY God, our hea be pleased to direct and prosper A venly Father, who hast pur all their consultations to the adchased to thyself an universal vancement of thy glory, the good Church by the precious blood of of thy Church, the safety, honour, thy dear Son; Mercifully look up and welfare of our Sovereign, and on the same, and at this time so her Dominions; that all things guide and govern the minds of thy may be so ordered and settled by servants the Bishops and Pastors their endeavours, upon the best of thy flock, that they may lay and surest foundations, that peace

A Prayny of the nature au mercy,

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