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ALMIGHTY and everThe Fourteenth Sunday lasting God, give unto us after Whitsunday.
the increase of faith, hope,
and charity; and that we THE COLLECT.
may obtain that which thou
dost promise, make us to ALMIGHTY and mer
love that which thou dost ciful God, of whose only command, through Jesus gift it cometh, that thy Christ our Lord. Amen. faithful people do unto thee true and laudable service
THE GOSPEL. grant, we beseech thee, that we may so faithfully Luke, xvii. 11 19. serve thee in this life, that we fail not finally to attain AND it came to pass, as thyheavenly promises, Jesus went to Jerusalem, through Jesus Christ our &c. thy faith hath Lord. Amen.
made thee whole.
THE EPISTLE. 1 Cor. iii. 16 23.
in the midst of the paradise of God.
KNOW ye not that ye are the temple of God, &c. and Christ is God's.
The Seventeenth Sunday
THE COLLECT. The Sixteenth Sunday after Whitsunday.
O LORD, we beseech
thee, let thy continual pity THE COLLECT.
cleanse and defend thy
church; and because it KEEP, we beseech
cannot continue in safety thee, O Lord, thy church
without thy succour, prewith thy perpetual mercy; and because the frailty of help and goodness, through
serve it evermore by thy man without thee cannot
Jesus Christ our Lord. but fall, keep us ever by Amen. thy help from all things hurtful, and lead us to all THE GOSPEL. things profitable to our sal
Luke, vii. 11-17. vation, through Jesus Christ
AND it came to pass our Lord. Amen.
the day after, &c. - all
the region round about. THE GOSPEL. Matt. vi. 24
Ephes. iii. 13 — 21. NO man can serve two
I DESIRE that ye faint masters ; &c. suffi
world withcient unto the day is the
out end. Amen. evil thereof.
FOR THE EPISTLE.
Rev. ii. 1
The Eighteenth Sunday
THE COLLECT. LORD, we pray thee,
UNTO the angel of the church of Ephesus, &c.
that thy grace may be al- hearts and minds to follow ways with us, to enlighten thee,
only God, and purify, to defend and through Jesus Christ our preserve us; and make us
Lord. Amen. continually to be given to all good works, through THE GOSPEL. Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Matt. xxii. 34
46. THE GOSPEL.
WHEN the Pharisees
had heard that Jesus had Luke, xiv. 1 - ll.
put the Sadducees to siIT came to pass, as Je- lence, &c.
any more sus went into the house, questions. &c. - he who humbleth himself, shall be exalted.
2 Cor. iv. 13 18. THE EPISTLE. Ephes. iv. 1 13. WE, having the same
spirit of faith, &c. I, THEREFORE, the the things which are not prisoner of the Lord, &c. seen, are eternal.
the stature of the fulness of Christ.
The Twentieth Sunday
after Whitsunday. The Nineteenth Sunday
THE COLLECT. after Whitsunday. O GOD, forasmuch as
without thee we are not The COLLECT. able to please thee, merci
fully grant that thy holy LORD, we beseech Spirit may in all things dithee, grant thy people rect and rule our hearts; grace to withstand the
that they may be cleansed temptations of the world from everything which without, and of evil pas- defileth, and always inclinsions within ; to make daily ed to keep thy law, through advances in wisdom and our Saviour Jesus Christ. goodness; and with pure Amen.
peace Ephes. iv. 1732. be multiplied, &c.
the everlasting kingdom of THIS I say therefore, of our Lord and Saviour and testify, &c.—as Jesus Christ. God, in Christ, hath forgiven you.
The Twentysecond Sunday The Twentyfirst Sunday
GRANT, we beseech 0 ALMIGHTY and most merciful God, of thy faithful people, pardon and
thee, merciful Lord, to thy bountiful goodness keep us, we beseech thee, from
peace; that they may be
cleansed from all their sins, all things that may hurt us; that we, being ready heart and a quiet mind,
and serve thee with a pure both in body and soul,
through Jesus Christ our may cheerfully accom
John, iv. 46
THERE was a certain Matt. xxii. 114. nobleman, &c. when
he was come out of Judea JESUS said, The king- into Galilee.
Ephes. vi. 10—20.
upon every remembrance of you, &c.- - unto the glory and praise of God.
MY brethren, be strong in the Lord, &c. I may speak boldly, as Iought to speak.
The Twentyfourth Sunday
THE COLLECT. The Twentythird Sunday after Whitsunday.
O GOD, our refuge and THE COLLECT.
strength, who art the au
thor of all godliness; be LORD, we beseech thee ready, we beseech thée, to
hear the devout prayers of to keep thy household the church in continual godli- those things which we ask
thy church; and grant that ness; that through thy protection it may be free faithfully, we may obtain from all adversities, and effectually, through Jesus devoutly given to serve
Christ our Lord. Amen. thee in good works, to the glory of thy name, through THE GOSPEL. Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Matt. xxii. 15
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