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Suffered under Pontius Pilate, ascended into Heaven, and fits Was crucified, dead, and bu. teth on the right hand of the ried; He descended into Hell; Father; and he shall come aThe Third day he rose from gain, with glory, to judge both the dead ; He ascended into the quick and the dead; whose Heaven, And sitteth on the kingdom shall have no end. right Hand of God the Father And I believe in the Holy Almighty · From thence he Ghost, the Lord and giver of shall come to judge the quick life, who proceedeth from the and the dead.
Father and the Son; who with I believe in the Holy Ghost; the Father and the Son togeThe Holy Catholic Church ; ther is worshipped and gloriThe communion of Saints ; fied, who spake by the ProThe forgiveness of sins; The phets. And I believe one Caresurrection of the body, And tholic and Apostolic Church. the life everlasting. Amen. I acknowledge one Baptism for
the remiffion of fins; and I Or this.
look for the resurrection of the Believe in one God, the Fa- dead, and the life of the world
ther Almighty, Maker of to come. Amen. Heaven and Earth, and of all And after that, these Prayers things viGble and invisible :
following, all devoutly kneelAndinone Lord Jesus Chrift, ing; the Minister first proo the only begotten Son of God, nouncing, begotten of his Father before
The Lord be with you; all worlds; God of God, Light Answ. And with thy spirit. of Light, very God of very Minister. Let us pray. God, begotten, not made, be
Ö Lord, show thy mercy ing of one substance with the upon us ; Father, by whom all things Answ. And grant us thy were made; who for us men, falvation. and for our salvation, came Minister. OGod, make clean down from heaven, and was in- our hearts within us ; carnate by the Holy Ghost of Answ. And take not thy the Virgin Mary, and was made Holy Spirit from us. man, and was crucified also for 9 Then mall follow the Colleet us under Pontius Pilate. He
for the day, except when the suffered and was buried, and Communion Service is read; the third day he rose again, ac- and then the Colleet for the cording to the Scriptures, and day shall be omitted bere.
A Colle&t for Peace. the United States, and all others
of peace and loyer ofcon- them with the grace of thy holy cord, in knowledge of whoin Spirit, that they may always ftandeth our eternal life, whose incline to thy will, and walk in service is perfect freedoni; de- thy way: Endue them plentefend us, thy humble servants, oully with heavenly gifts ; in all affaults of our enemies; grant them in health and prosthat we, surely trusting in thy perity long to live; and finally, defence, may not fear the after this life, to attaineverlastpower of
adversaries, ing joy and felicity, through through the might of Jesus Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Christ our Lord. Amen.
The following Prayers are to A Colleet for Grace. be omitted here, when the LiLord, our heavenly Fa
tany is read. ther, Almighty and ever- A Prayer for the Clergy and lafting God, who haft safely
People. brought us to the beginning of Lmighty and everlasting this day; defend us in the same
God, from whom cometh with thy mighty power, and every good and perfect gift, grant that this day we fall into send down upon our Bishops no fin, neither run into any and other Clergy, and upon the kind of danger ; but that all Congregations committed to
* our doings, being ordered by their charge, the healthful spithy governance, may be righ- rit of thy grace; and, that they teous in thy sight, through Je- may truly please thee, pour sus Christ our Lord. Amen.
upon them the continual dew A Prayer for the President of thy bleffing: Grant this, o of the United States, and all Lord, for the honour of our in Civil Authority.
Advocate and Mediator Jesus
Christ. Amen, , our heavenly FaRuler of the Universe, who dost
of Men. from thy throne behold all the God, the Creator and
i most Preserver of all mankind, heartily we beseech thee, with we humbly beseech thee for all thy favour to behold and bless forts and conditions of men, thy servant, The PRESIDENT of that thou wouldest be pleased
Other, the higheana mieheni ş A Prayer for all Conditions
to make thy ways known unto means of grace, and for the
together in thy Name, thou TA General Thanksgiving.
wilt grant their requests; fulfil
now, O Lord, the desires and Lmighty God, Father of petitions of thy servants, as
all mercies, we, thineun- may be most expedient for worthy servants, do give thee them; grantingus inthisworld mofthumbleand hearty thanks knowledge of thy truth, and in for all thy goodness and loving the world to come life everkindness to us, and to all men. lafting. Amen. We bless thee for our creation,
2 Cor. xiii. 14. preservation, and all the blef- HE graceofour Lord Jefor thine inestimable love in of God, and the fellowship of the redemption of the world by the Holy Ghost, be with us our Lord Jesus Christ; for the all evermore. Amen, Here endeth the Order of MORNING PRAYER.
The MINISTER Mall begin the Evening PRAYER, by reading one or more of the following Sentences of Scripture. is in holy
The facrifices of God are a temple ; let all the earth broken spirit; a broken and a keep filence before him. Hab. contrite heart, O God, thou
wilt not despise. Pfal. li. 17. From the rising of the sun Rend your heart and not even unto the going down of your garments, and turn unto the same, my name shall be the Lord your God; for he is great among the Gentiles; and gracious and merciful, Now to in every place incense shall be anger, and of great kindness, offered unto my name, and a and repenteth him of the evil. pure offering : for my name foel ii. 13. Thall be great among the hea- To the Lord our God bethen, faith the Lord of Hofts. long mercies and forgivenesses, Mal. i. 11.
though we have rebelled against Let the words of my mouth, him; neither have we obeyed and the meditation of my the voice of the Lordour God, heart, be alway acceptable in to walk in his laws which he thy light, O Lord, my strength set before us. Dan. ix. 9, 10. andmyRedeemer. Pfal.xix. 14. O Lord, correct me, but
When the wicked man turn- with judgment; not in thine eth away from his wickedness anger, left thou bring me to that he hath committed, and nothing. Jer.x.24. Psal. vi. 1. doeth that which is lawful and Repent ye; for the kingdom right, he shall save his soul of heaven is at hand. St.
Mat. alive. Ezek. xviii. 27. I acknowledge my transgres
I will arise and go to my fafons; and my sin is ever be- ther, and will say unto him ; fore me. Plal. li. 3.
Father, I have finned against Hide thy face from my sins; heaven, and before thee, and and blot out all mine iniqui- am no more worthy tobe called ties. Pfal. li. 9.
thy son. St. Luke xy. 18, 19.
Enter not into judgment and beseech you, as many as with thy servant, O Lord, for are here present, to accompany in thy fight shall no man living me, with a pure heart, and be justiñed. Pfal. čxliii. 2. humble voice, unto the throne
if we say that we have no of the heavenly grace, sayingsin, we deceive ourselves, and 9 A general Confeßion, to be said the truth is not in us; but if by the whole congregation after we confess our fins, God is the Minister, all kneeling. faithful and just to forgive us Lmighty and most mer
, A all unrighteousness. 1 St. John erredandftrayed from thy ways
like loft sheep. We have folThen the Minister shall say, lowed too much the devices
i. 8, 9.
the Scripture moveth us We have offended against thy in lundry places, to acknow- holy laws. We have left unledgeand confess our manifold done those things which we fins and wickedness, and that ought to have done ; And we we should not diffemble nor have done those things which cloak them before the face of we ought not to have done : Almighty God, our heavenly And there is no health in us. Father, but confess them with But thou, O Lord, have
mercy an humble, lowly, penitent, upon us miserable offenders. and obedient heart; totheend Spare thou those, O God, who that we may obtain forgiveness confess their faults. Restore ofthe same by his infinite good- thou those who are penitent; ness and mercy. And although According to thy promises we ought, at all times, humbly declared unto mankind, in to acknowledge our fins before Christ Jesus our Lord. And God; yet ought we chiefly grant, Omost mercifulFather,
; fo to do, when we assemble for his fake; That we may and meet together, to render hereafter live a godly, rightethanks for the great benefits ous, and sober life ; To the that we have received at his glory of thy holy name. Amen. hands, to set forth his most | The Declaration of Absolution, worthy praise, to hear his most or Remission of fins; to be made holy word, and to ask those by the Priest alone, standthings which are requisite and ing; the People still kneeling. necessary, as well for the body Lmighty God, the Faas the soul. Wherefore, I pray ther of our Lord Jesus