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you for ever; even the Spirit of and as the Father gave me comtruth, whom the world cannot re-mandment, even so I do.
For the Epistle. Acts x. 34.
ceive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him: but ye know him; for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you. I will not leave GOD, who as at this time didst you comfortless; I will come to teach the hearts of thy faithful you. Yet a little while, and the people, by sending to them the light world seeth me no more; but ye of thy Holy Spirit; grant us by the see me: because I live, ye shall same Spirit to have a right judglive also. At that day ye shall ment in all things, and evermore to know that I am in my father, and rejoice in his holy comfort, through ye in me, and I in you. He that the merits of Christ Jesus our Sahath my commandments, and keep-viour, who liveth and reigneth with eth them, he it is that loveth me; thee, in the unity of the same Spiand he that loveth me, shall be rit, one God, world without end. loved of my Father: and I will Amen. love him, and will manifest myself to him. Judas saith unto him, (not THEN Peter opened his mouth Iscariot) Lord, how is it that thou and said, Of a truth I perceive wilt manifest thyself unto us, and that God is no respecter of persons; not unto the world? Jesus answer- but in every nation, he that feareth ed and said unto him, If a man him, and worketh righteousness, is love me, he will keep my words; accepted with him. The word and my Father will love him, and which God sent unto the children we will come unto him, and make of Israel, preaching peace by Jesus our abode with him. He that lov-Christ, (he is Lord of all;) that eth me not, keepeth not my, say word, I say, ye know, which was ings: and the word which ye hear published throughout all Judea, is not mine, but the Father's which and began from Galilee, after the sent me. These things have I baptism which John preached, How spoken unto you, being yet present God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with you. But the Comforter, with the Holy Ghost, and with which is the Holy Ghost, whom the power; who went about doing Father win send in my name, he good, and healing all that were opshall teach you all things, and bring pressed with the devil; for God all things to your remembrance, was with him. And we are witwhatsoever I have said unto you. nesses of all things which he did, Peace I leave with you, my peace I both in the land of the Jews, and give unto you; not as the world in Jerusalem; whom they slew, giveth, give I unto you. Let not and hanged on a tree. Him God your heart be troubled, neither let raised up the third day, and showed t be afraid. Ye have heard how I him openly; not to all the people, said unto you, I go away, and come but unto witnesses chosen before of again unto you. If ye loved me, God; even to us, who did eat and ye would rejoice, because I said, I drink with him after he arose from go unto the Father: for my Father the dead. And he commanded us greater than I. And now I have to preach unto the people, and to told you before it come to pass, that testify that it is he which was orwhen it is come to pass, ye might dained of God to be the judge of believe. Hereafter I will not talk quick and dead. To him give all much with you: for the prince of the prophets witness, that through this world cometh, and hath no- his name, whosoever believeth in thing in me. But that the world him, shall receive remission of sins. May know that I love the Father; While Peter yet spake these words,
*Monday in Whitsun-Week. The Collect.
the Holy Ghost fell on all them For the Epistle. Acts viii, 14.
The Gospel. St. John iii., 16. door into the sheep-fold, but climbGOD so loved the world, that he eth up some other way, the same is gave his only begotten Son, a thief and a robber. But he that that whosoever believeth in him entereth in by the door, is the shepshould not perish, but have ever- herd of the sheep. To him the por lasting life. For God sent not his ter openeth; and the sheep hear Son into the world to condemn the his voice; and he calleth his own world, but that the world through sheep by name, and leadeth them him might be saved. He that be-out. And when he putteth forth lieveth on him is not condemned: his own sheep, he goeth before them, but he that believeth not is con- and the sheep follow him; for they demned already, because he hath know his voice: and a stranger not believed in the name of the will they not follow, but will flee t only begotten Son of God. And from him; for they know not the this is the condemnation, that light voice of strangers. This parable is come into the world, and men spake Jesus unto them; but they loved darkness rather than light, understood not what things they because their deeds were evil. For were which he spake unto them. every one that doeth evil hateth the Then said Jesus unto them again, light, neither cometh to the light, Verily, verily, I say unto you, I am lest his deeds should be reproved. the door of the sheep: All that ever But he that doeth truth cometh to came before me are thieves and the light, that his deeds may be robbers; but the sheep did not made manifest, that they are hear them. I am the door: by me wrought in God. if any man enter in, he shall be ta saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture. The thief cometh not a but for to steal, and to kill, and to GOD, who as at this time didst destroy; I um come that they teach the hearts of thy faithful might have life, and that they people, by sending to them the light might have it more abundantly, of thy Holy Spirit; grant us by the same Spirit to have a right judgment in all things, and evermore to rejoice in his holy comfort, through ALMIGHTY and everlasting the merits of Christ Jesus our Sa- God, who hast given unto us viour, who liveth and reigneth with thy servants grace, by the confes thee, in the unity of the same Spi-sion of a true faith, to acknowledge rit, one God world without end. the glory of the eternal Trinity, Amen. land in the power of the divine Ma
Tuesday in Whitsun-Week.
to worship the Unity; we fore the throne, saying, Thou art ech thee that thou wouldest worthy, O Lord, to receive glory, p us steadfast in this faith, and and honour, and power; for thou rmore defend us from all adver- hast created all things, and for thy es, who livest and reignest, one pleasure they are, and were created. d, world without end. Amen. The Gospel. St. John iii. 1. For the Epistle. Rev. iv. 1. THERE was a man of the PhaFTER this I looked, and be- risees, named Nicodemus, a hold, a door was opened in ruler of the Jews: The same came aven: and the first voice which to Jesus by night, and said unto heard, was as it were of a trum-him, Rabbi, we know that thou art et, talking with me; which said, a teacher come from God. For ome up hither, and I will show no man can do these miracles that nee things which must be hereaf- thou doest, except God be with er. And immediately I was in him. Jesus answered and said unto he Spirit; and behold, a throne him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, was set in heaven, and one sat on except a man be born again, he the throne: and he that sat was to cannot see the kingdom of God. look upon like a jasper and a sar- Nicodemus saith unto him, How dine-stone and there was a rain- can a man be born when he is old? bow round about the throne, in can he enter the second time into sight like unto an emerald. And his mother's womb, and be born? round about the throne were four Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I and twenty seats; and upon the say unto thee, except a man be seats I saw four and twenty elders born of water, and of the Spirit, sitting, clothed in white raiment; he cannot enter into the kingdom and they had on their heads crowns of God. That which is born of the of gold and out of the throne pro-flesh, is flesh; and that which is ceeded lightnings, and thunderings, born of the Spirit, is spirit. Marand voices. And there were seven vel not that I said unto thee, ye lamps of fire burning before the must be born again. The wind throne, which are the seven spirits bloweth where it listeth, and thou of God. And before the throne, hearest the sound thereof, but canst there was a sea of glass, like unto not tell w ence it cometh, and crystal. And in the midst of the whither it goeth; so is every one throne, and round about the throne, that is born of the Spirit. Nicowere four beasts full of eyes be- demus answered and said unto him, fore and behind: And the first How can these things be? Jesus beast was like a lion, and the se- answered and said unto him, Art cond beast like a calf, and the third thou a master of Israel, and knowest beast had a face as a man, and the not these things? Verily, verily, I fourth beast was like a flying eagle. say unto thee, we speak that we do And the four beasts had each of know, and testify that we have seen; them six wings about him; and and ye receive not our witness. If they were full of eyes within: and I have told you earthly things, and they rest not day and night, saying, ve believe not; how shall ye beHoly, holy, holy, Lord God A-lieve, If I tell you of heavenly mighty, who was, and is, and is to things? And no man hath ascendcome. And when those beasts give ed up to heaven, but he that came glory, and honour, and thanks to down from heaven, even the Son of him that sat on the throne, who man, who is in heaven. And as Ferliveth for ever and ever, the four Moses lifted up the serpent in the the and twenty elders fall down before wilderness, even so must the Son Chim that sat on the throne, and of man be lifted up; that whoso worship him that liveth for ever ever believeth in him should not and ever, and cast their crowns be- perish, but have eternal life.
The first Sunday after Trinity. he is a liar; for he that loveth not
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in us, and his love is perfected in life-time receivedst thy good things,
we have seen and do testify, that this, between us and you there is a
of God, God dwelleth in him, and that would come from thence. Then, be
we love one another, God dwelleth Son, remember that thou in thy and in
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he in God. And we have known he said, I pray thee therefore, fa-
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Christ our Lord. Amen.
and fared sum
The second Sunday after Trinity. to say to them that were bidden, The Collect. Come, for all things are now ready. LORD, who never failest to And they all with one consent behelp and govern those whom gan to make excuse: The first said thou dost bring up in thy steadfast unto him, I have bought a piece of fear and love; keep us, we beseech ground, and I must needs go and thee, under the protection of thy see it; I pray thee have me exgood providence, and make us to cused: And another said, I have have a perpetual fear and love of bought five yoke of oxen, and I go thy holy name, through Jesus to prove them; I pray thee have me excused: And another said, I The Epistle. I John iii. 13. have married a wife, and therefore named Large MARVEL not, my brethren, if I cannot come. So that servant the world hate you. We know came, and showed his lord these that we have passed from death un-things. Then the master of the to life, because we love the bre-house, being angry, said to his ser thren. He that loveth not his bro-vant, Go out quickly into the streets ther abideth in death. Whosoever and lanes of the city, and bring in hateth his brother, is a murderer: hither the poor, and the maimed, ye know that no murderer hath and the halt, and the blind. And eternal life abiding in him. Hereby the servant said, Lord, it is done as perceive we the love of God, be-thou hast commanded, and yet
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for the brethren. But whoso hath highways and hedges, and compel
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truth, and shall assure our hearts
cifully to hear us; and grant before him. For if our heart con-that we, to whom thou hast given demn us, God is greater than our an hearty desire to pray, may, by heart, and knoweth all things. Be-thy mighty aid. be defended and loved, if our heart condemn us not, comforted in all dangers and adverthen have we confidence towards sities, through Jesus Christ our God. And whatsoever we ask, we Lord. Amen.
receive of him, because we keep The Epistle. 1 St. Peter v. 5.
s place of torment. Ab one another, as he gave us com-under the mighty hand of God,
ewise Lazarus evil tim w he is comforted, and rmented. And besi etween us and you tha rulph fixed: so that the pass from hence to
either can they pass ould come from thence. d, I pray thee therefor that thou wouldest ser v father's house: for! rethren: that he may them, lest they also con
unto him, They have he Prophets; let the And he said, Nar, ham; but if one went from the dead, they wil And he said unto t hear not Moses and the
The third Sunday after Trinity.
neither will they be pers ough one rose from the
mandment. And he that keepeth that he may exalt you in due time: his commandments, dwelleth in casting all your care upon him; for him, and he in him: and hereby he careth for you. Be sober, be we know that he abideth in us, by vigilant; because your adversary the spirit which he hath given us. the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh The Gospel. St. Luke iv. 16. about, seeking whom he may deCERTAIN man made a great vour: whom resist, steadfast in the supper, and bade many; and faith; knowing that the same afflicsent his servant at supper-time, tions are accomplished in your