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done those things which we ought | The power, and the glory, For not to have done; And there is no | ever and ever. Amen. health in us. But thou, O Lord, Then likewise he shall say, have mercy upon us, miserable of O Lord, open thou our lips. fenders. Spare thou them, O God, Answer. And our mouth shall which confess their faults. Re- | shew forth thy praise. store thou them that are penitent; Priest. O God, make speed to According to thy promises declar save us. ed unto mankind in Christ Jesu Answer. O Lord, make haste to our Lord. And grant, О most mer- | help us. ciful Father, for his sake; That Here all standing up, the Priest we may hereafter live a godly,

shall say, righteous, and sober life, To the

Glory be to the Father, and to glory of thy holy Name. Amen. the Son : and to the Holy Ghost; I The Absolution, or Remission of Answer. As it was in the beginsins, to be pronounced by the ning, is now, and ever shall be : Priest alone, standing; the peo world without end. Amen. ple still kneeling.

Priest. Praise ye the Lord. ALMIGHTY God, the Father Answer. The Lord's Name be A of our Lord Jesus Christ, praised. who desireth not the death of a sin Then shall be said or sung this ner, but rather that he may turn Psalm following: except on Eagfrom his wickedness, and live; and

ter-Day, upon which another An. hath given power, and command

them is appointed ; and on the ment, to his Ministers, to declare

Nineteenth day of every Month it and pronounce to his people, be

is not to be read here, but in the

ordinary Course of the Psalms. ing penitent, the Absolution and Remission of their sins: He par

Venite, exultemus Domino.

Psalm xcv. doneth and absolveth all them

COME, let us sing unto the that truly repent, and unfeignedly

Lord : let us heartily rejoice believe his holy Gospel. Wherefore let us beseech him to grant us

in the strength of our salvation. true repentance, and his holy Spi

Let us come before his presence rit, that those things may please

with thanksgiving : and shew ourhim, which we do at this present;

selves glad in him with Psalms. and that the rest of our life here

For the Lord is a great God :

and a great King above all gods. after may be pure, and holy; so

In his hand are all the corners that at the last we may come to

of the earth : and the strength of his eternal joy; through Jesus

the hills is his also. Christ our Lord.

The sea is his, and he made it : The people shall answer here, and his hands prepared the dry and at the end of all other pray land. er 8, Amen.

O come, let us worship, and fall Then the Minister shall kneel, down : and kneel before the Lord and say the Lord's Prayer with our Maker. an audible voice; the people also 1 For he is the Lord our God: and kneeling, and repeating it with we are the people of his pasture, him, both here, and wheresoever and the sheep of his hand. else it is used in Divine Service.

To day if ye will hear his voice, UR Father, which art in hea harden not your hearts : as in the U ven, Hallowed be thy Name. provocation, and as in the day of Thy kingdom come. Thy will be temptation in the wilderness; done in earth, As it is in heaven. When your fathers tempted me: Give us this day our daily bread. proved me, and saw my works. And forgive us our trespasses, As Forty years long was I grieved we forgive them that trespass with this generation, and said : It against us. And lead us not into is a people that do err in their temptation; But deliver us from hearts, for they have not known evil: For thine is the kingdom, | my ways.

Unto whom I sware in my 1 The noble army of Martyrs : wrath : that they should not en- | praise thee. ter into my rest.

The holy Church throughout Glory be to the Father, and to all the world : doth acknowledge the Son : and to the Holy Ghost; thee;

As it was in the beginning, is The Father : of an infinite Manow, and ever shall be : world jesty; without end. Amen.

Thine honourable, true : and

only Son; I Then shall follow the Psalms

Älso the Holy Ghost : the Comin order as they are appointed.

forter. And at the end of every Psalm throughout the Year, and like

Thou art the King of Glory : 0 wise at the end of Benedicite,

Christ. Benedictus, Magnificat, and Nuno

Thou art the everlasting Son : dimittis, shall be repeated,

of the Father.

When thou tookest upon thee Glory be to the Father, and to

to deliver man : thou didst not the Son : and to the Holy Ghost;

abhor the Virgin's womb. Answer. As it was in the begin

When thou hadst overcome the ning, is now, and ever shall be:

sharpness of death : thou didst world without end. Amen.

open the Kingdom of Heaven to & Then shall be read distinctly with all believers. an audible voice the First Lesson, Thou sittest at the right hand of taken out of the Old Testament, God: in the Glory of the Father. as is appointed in the Calendar, We believe that thou shalt except there be proper Lessons come : to be our Judge. assigned for that day: He that

We therefore pray thee, help readeth 80 standing and turning thy servants : whom thou hast rehimself, as he may best be heard

deemed with thy precious blood. of all such as are present. And after that, shall be said or sung,

Make them to be numbered with in English, the Hymn called Te

thy Saints : in glory everlasting. Deum Laudamus, daily through

O Lord, save thy people : and out the Year.

bless thine heritage.

Govern them : and lift them up I Note, That before every Lesson

for ever. the Minister shall say, Here be

Day by day : we magnify thee; ginneth such a Chapter, or Verse

And we worship thy Name : of such a Chapter, of such a

ever world without end. Book: And after every Lesson, Here endeth the First, on the Se

Vouchsafe, O Lord : to keep 1:9 cond Lesson.

this day without sin.

O Lord, have mercy upon us : Te Deum Laudamus.

have mercy upon us. W E praise thee, O God : we O Lord, let thy mercy lighten

V acknowledge thee to be the upon us : as our trust is in thee. Lord.

O Lord, in thee have I trusted : All the earth doth worship thee: | let me never be confounded. the Father everlasting. To thee all Angels cry aloud :

1 Or this Canticle, the Heavens, and all the Powers Benedicite, omnia Opera. therein.

ALL ye Works of the Lord, To thee Cherubin, and Sera

bless ye the Lord :, praise phin : continually do cry,

him, and magnify him for ever. Holy, Holy, Holy : Lord God Oye Angels of the Lord, bless of Sabaoth;

ye the Lord : praise him, and Heaven and earth are full of magnify him for ever. the Majesty : of thy Glory.

Oye Heavens, bless ye the The glorious company of the | Lord : praise him, and magnify Apostles : praise thee.

him for ever. The goodly fellowship of the Oye Waters that be above the Prophets : praise thee.

Firmament, bless ye the Lord :

praise him, and magnify him for O all ye Fowls of the Air, bless ever.

1 ye the Lord : praise him, and O all ye Powers of the Lord, magnify him for ever. bless ye the Lord : praise him, all ye Beasts, and Cattle, and magnify him for ever.

bless ye the Lord : praise him, Oye Sun, and Moon, bless ye and magnify him for ever. the Lord : praise him, and mag Oye Children of Men, bless ye nify him for ever.

the Lord : praise him, and magŐ ye Stars of Heaven, bless ye | nify him for ever. the Lord : praise him, and mag o let Israel bless the Lord : nify him for ever.

praise him, and magnify him for O ye Showers, and Dew, bless ever. ye the Lord : praise him, and Oye Priests of the Lord, bless magnify him for ever.

ye the Lord : praise him, and Oye Winds of God, bless ye the magnify him for ever. Lord : praise him, and magnify Oye Servants of the Lord, bless him for ever.

ye the Lord : praise him, and O ye Fire and Heat, bless ye the magnify him for ever. Lord : praise him, and magnify Oye Spirits and Souls of the him for ever.

Righteous, bless ye the Lord : O ve Winter and Summer, bless praise him, and magnify him for ye the Lord : praise him, and mag ever. nify him for ever.

O ye holy and humble Men of o ye Dews, and Frosts, bless ye heart, bless ye the Lord : praise the Lord : praise him, and mag him, and magnify him for ever. nify him for ever.

0 Ananias, Azarias, and Mio ye Frost and Cold, bless ye sael, bless ye the Lord : praise the Lord : praise him, and mag- him, and magnify him for ever. nify him for ever.

Glory be to the Father, and to o ye Ice and Snow, bless ye | the Son : and to the Holy Ghost: the Lord : praise him, and mag-! As it was in the beginning, is nify him for ever.

now, and ever shall be : world o ye Nights, and Days, bless ye without end. Amen. the Lord : praise him, and mag- Then shall be read in like manner nify him for ever.

the Second Lesson, taken out of o ye Light and Darkness, bless the New Testament. And after ye the Lord : praise him, and that, the Hymn following; er. magnify him for ever.

cept when that shall happen to 0 ye Lightnings, and Clouds, be read in the Chapter for the bless ye the Lord : praise him,

Day, or for the Gospel on Saint and magnify him for ever.

John Baptist's Day. O let the Earth bless the Lord : Benedictus. St. Luke i. 68. yea, let it praise him, and mag PLESSED be the Lord God of nify him for ever.

D Israel : for he hath visited, Oye Mountains, and Hills, bless and redeemed his people; ye the Lord : praise him, and mag And hath raised up a mighty nify him for ever.

salvation for us : in the house of O all ve Green Things upon the his servant David; Earth, bless ye the Lord : praise As he spake by the mouth of his him, and magnify him for ever. holy Prophets : which have been

O'ye Wells, bless ye the Lord : since the world began; praise him, and magnify him for That we should be saved from ever.

our enemies : and from the hands O ye Seas, and Floods, bless ye of all that hate us; the Lord : praise him, and mag To perform the mercy promised nify him for ever.

to our forefathers : and to rememO ye Whales, and all that move ber his holy Covenant; in the Waters, bless ye the Lord :: To perform the oath which he praise him, and magnify him for sware to our forefather Abraham : ever.

that he would give us;

life.

That we being delivered out of And in Jesus Christ his only Son the hand of our enemies : might our Lord, Who was conceived by serve him without fear;

the Holy Ghost, Born of the VirIn holiness and righteousness gin Mary, Suffered under Pontius before him : all the days of our Pilate, Was crucified, dead, and

buried, He descended into hell; And thou, Child, shalt be called The third day he rose again from the Prophet of the Highest : for the dead, He ascended into heathou shalt go before the face of ven, And sitteth on the right hand the Lord to prepare his ways; of God the Father Almighty ;

To give knowledge of salvation From thence he shall come to unto his people : for the remission | judge the quick and the dead. of their sins,

I believe in the Holy Ghost; Through the tender mercy of The holy Catholick Church; The our God : whereby the day-spring Communion of Saints; The Forfrom on high hath visited us; giveness of sins; The Resurrec

To give light to them that sit in tion of the body, And the life darkness, and in the shadow of everlasting. Amen. death : and to guide our feet into & And after that, these Prayers the way of peace.

following, all devoutly kneeling; Glory be to the Father, and to the Minister first pronouncing the Son : and to the Holy Ghost; with a loud voice,

As it was in the beginning, is The Lord be with you. now, and ever shall be : world Answer. And with thy spirit. without end. Amen.

Minister. Let us pray.
I Or this Psalm,

Lord, have mercy upon us.

Christ, have mercy upon us. Jubilate Deo. Psalm c.

Lord, have mercy upon us. BE joyful in the Lord, all ye Then the Minister, Clerks, and U lands : serve the Lord with people, shall say the Lord's Prayer gladness, and come before his pre with a loud voice. sence with a song.

UR Father, which art in heaBe ye sure that the Lord he is yen, Hallowed be thy Name. God : it is he that hath made us, Thy kingdom come. Thy will be and not we ourselves; we are his done in earth, As it is in heaven. people, and the sheep of his pas Give us this day our daily bread. ture.

And forgive us our trespasses, As O go your way into his gates we forgive them that trespass with thanksgiving, and into his against us. And lead us not into courts with praise : be thankful temptation; But deliver us from unto him, and speak good of his evil. Amen. Name.

Then the Priest standing up For the Lord is gracious, his

shall say, mercy is everlasting : and his O Lord, shew thy mercy upon us. truth endureth from generation Ans. And grant us thy salvation. to generation.

Priest. O Lord, save the Queen. Glory be to the Father, and to Answer. And mercifully hear the Son : and to the Holy Ghost; | us when we call upon thee..

As it was in the beginning, is Priest. Endue thy Ministers now, and ever shall be : world with righteousness. without end. Amen.

Answer. And make thy chosen Then shall be sung or said the | people joyful. Apostles' Creed by the Minister

Priest. O Lord, save thy people. and the people, standing: except Answer. And bless thine inheonly such days as the Creed of ritance. Saint Athanasius is appointed to Priest. Give peace in our time, be read.

O Lord. T BELIEVE in God the Father Answer. Because there is none 1 Almighty, Maker of heaven other that fighteth for us, but and earth:

only thou, o God.

Priest. O God, make clean our Holy Spirit, that she may alway hearts within us.

incline to thy will, and walk in Answer. And take not thy holy thy way: Endue her plenteously Spirit from us.

with heavenly gifts; grant her in & Then shall follow three Collects : health and wealth long to live; the first of the Day, which shall strengthen her that she may vanbe the same that is appointed at quish and overcome all her enethe Communion; the second for mies; and finally, after this life, Peace; the third for Grace to live she may attain everlasting joy well. And the two last Collects and felicity; through Jesus Christ shall never alter, but daily be said

our Lord. Amen. at Morning Prayer throughout all the year, as followeth; all

A Prayer for the Royal Family. kneeling.

ALMIGHTY God, the founThe second Collect, for Peace.

1 tain of all goodness, we humGOD, who art the author of

bly beseech thee to bless the Prince peace and lover of concord,

Albert, Albert Prince of Wales, in knowledge of whom standeth

and all the Royal Family: Endue our eternal life, whose service is

them with thy holy Spirit; enrich perfect freedom ; Defend us thy

them with thy heavenly grace; humble servants in all assaults

prosper them with all happiness; of our enemies; that we, surely

and bring them to thine everlasttrusting in thy defence, may not

ing kingdom; through Jesus Christ fear the power of any adversaries,

our Lord. Amen. through the might of Jesus Christ

A Prayer for the Clergy and our Lord. Amen.

people. The third Collect, for Grace.

ALMIGHTY and everlastLORD, our heavenly Father,

A ing God, who alone workest Almighty and everlasting

great marvels; Send down upon God, who hast safely brought us

our Bishops, and Curates, and all to the beginning of this day; De

Congregations committed to their fend us in the same with thy

charge, the healthful Spirit of thy mighty power; and grant that this

grace; and that they may truly day we fall into no sin, neither

please thee, pour upon them the run into any kind of danger ; but

continual dew of thy blessing. that all our doings may be ordered

Grant this, O Lord, for the hoby thy governance, to do always

nour of our Advocate and Medithat is righteous in thy sight;

ator, Jesus Christ. Amen. through Jesus Christ our Lord.

A Prayer of St. Chrysostom. Amen.

ALMIGHTY God, who hast In Quires and Places where they

given us grace at this time sing, here followeth the Anthem. with one accord to make our comThen these five Prayers follow

mon supplications unto thee; and ing are to be read here, except

dost promise, that when two or when the Litany is read; and three are gathered together in thy then only the two last are to be Name thou wilt grant their reread, as they are there placed quests: Fulfil now, O Lord, the A Prayer for the Queen's Majesty. desires and petitions of thy ser

LORD our heavenly Father, vants, as may be most expedient high and mighty, King of

for them; granting us in this kings, Lord of lords, the only world knowledge of thy truth. Ruler of princes, who dost from and in the world to come life everthy throne behold all the dwellers lasting. Amen. upon earth; Most heartily we be

2 Cor. xiii. seech thee with thy favour to be- | THE grace of our Lord Jesus hold our most gracious Sovereign 1 Christ, and the love of God, and Lady, Queen VICTORIA; and so the fellowship of the Holy Ghost, replenish her with the grace of thy be with us all evermore. Amen.

Here endeth the Order of Morning Prayer throughout the Year.

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