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to come shortly unto me: for And if the son of
be Demas hath forsaken me, there, your peace shall rest having loved this present upon it: if not, it shall turn world, and is departed unto to you again. And in the Thessalonica ; Crescens to same house remain, eating Galatia, Titus unto Dalma- and drinking such things as tia. Only Luke is with me. they give: for the labourer Take Mark and bring him is worthy of his hire. with thee: for he is profitable to me for the ministry. And Saint Simon and Saint Jude, Tychicus have I sent to Ephe
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comest; and built thy the books, but especially the the foundation of the Apostles parchments. Alexander the and Prophets, Jesus Christ copper-smith did me much himself being the head cornerevil': the Lord reward him stone; Grant us so to be joinaccording to his works. Ofed together in unity of spirit whom be thou ware also, for by their doctrine, that we he hath greatly withstood may be made an holy temple our words.
acceptable unto thee; thro' The Gospel. St. Luke x. 1. Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. THE Lord appointed other The Epistle. St. Jude i.
seventy also, and sent UDE them two and two before his Christ, and brother of face into every city and place James, to them that are sancwhither he himself would tified by God the Father, and come. Therefore said he unto preserved in Jesus Christ, and them, The harvest truly is called : Mercy unto you, and great, but the labourers are peace, and love be multiplied. few; pray ye therefore the Beloved, when I gave all diliLord of the harvest, that he gecne to write unto you of would send forth labourers the common salvation, it was into his harvest. Go your needful for me to write unto ways; behold, I send you you, and exhort you, that ye forth as lambs among wolves. should earnestly contend for Carry neither purse, nor scrip, the faith which was once dewor shocs, and salute no man livered unto the saints. For by the way. And into what there are certain men crept in siever house ye enter, first unawares, who were before puy, Peace be to this house. of old ordained to this con
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doning our offences, through Ghigh
, and in earth peace
partakers of this holy Com-grace, that we may continue munion, may be fulfilled with in that holy fellowship, and thy grace and heavenly bene- do all such good works as diction. And although we be thou hast prepared for us to unworthy, through our ma walk in; through Jesus Christ nifold sins, to offer unto thee our Lord, to whom, with thee any sacrifice, yet we beseech and the Holy Ghost, be all thee to accept this our bound- honour and glory, world withen duty and service; not out end. Amen. weighing our merits, but par
LORY be to God on Jesus Christ our Lord; by whom, and with whom, in goodwill towards nien. We the unity of the Holy Ghost, praise thee, we bless thee, we all honour and glory be unto worship thee, we glorify thee, thee, O Father Ålmighty, we give thanks to thee for world without end. Amen. thy great glory, O Lord God, Or this.
heavenly King, God the Faliving God, we most O Lord, the only begotten heartily thank thee, for that Son Jesu Christ; o Lord thou dost vouchsafe to feed God, Lamb of God, Son of us, who have duly received the Father, that takest away these holy mysteries, with the the sins of the world, have spiritual food of the most mercy upon us. Thou that precious Body and Blood of takest away the sins of the thy Son our Saviour Jesus world, have mercy upon us. Christ; and dost assure us Thou that takest" away the thereby of thy favour and sins of the world, receive our goodness towards us; and prayer. Thou that sittest at that we are very members the right hand of God the incorporate in the mystical Father, have mercy upon us. body of thy Son, which is For thou only art holy; the blessed company of all thou only art the Lord; thou faithful people; and are also only, O Christ, with the Holy heirs through hope of thy Ghost, art most high in the everlasting kingdom, by the glory of God the Father. Amen. merits of the most precious Then the Priest (or Bishop if he be pres
sent) skall let them depart with this death and passion of thy dear Son. And we mest ehumbly THE peace of God
, which beseech thee, Father, so to assist us with thy ing, keep your hearts and
minds in the knowledge and ears, may through thy grace love of God, and of his Son be so grafted inwardly in our Jesus Christ our Lord: and hearts, that they may bring the blessing of God Almigh- forth in us the fruit of good ty, the Father, the Son, and living, to the honour and the Holy Ghost, be amongst praise of thy Name; through you and remain with you al- Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
PREVENT us, O Lord, in ç Collects to be said after the Offertory, when
all our doings with thy there is no Communion, every such day one most gracious favour, and or more ; and the same may be said also, as often as occasion shall serće, after the Col further us with thy continual Communion, ar Litany, by the discretion help; that in all our works of the Minister.
begun, continued, and ended
Lord, in these our sup- holy Name, and finally by plications and prayers, and thy mercy obtain everlasting dispose the way of thy ser-life; through Jesus Christ vants towards the attainment our Lord: Amen.
among all the changes and ALMIGHTY God, the
chances of this mortal life, who knowest our necessities they may ever be defended before we ask, and our ignoby thy most gracious and rance in asking; We beseech ready help; thro' Jesus Christ thee to have compassion upon our Lord. Amen.
our infirmities; and those O
Almighty Lord, and things, which for our unwor
everlasting God, vouch-thiness we dare not, and for safe, we beseech thee, to di- our blindness we cannot ask, rect, sanctify, and govern, vouchsafe to give us, for the both our hearts and bodies worthiness of thy Son Jesus in the ways of thy laws, and Christ our Lord. Amen. in the works of thy com LMIGHTY God, who
thy most mighty protection, the petitions of them that both here and ever, we may ask in thy Son's Name; We be preserved in body and beseech thee mercifully to soul; through our Lord and incline thine ears to us that Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen. have made now our prayers
RANT, we beseech thee, and supplications unto thee;
Almighty God, that the and grant, that those things, words, which we have heard which we have faithfully this day with our outward | asked according to thy will,
might have concerning the Bread and Wine,
may effectually be obtained,
there be no Comunion) shall be said all
cording to his discretion.
the Parish of discretion to receive the Com-
and superstition, which any person hath or
The Bread and Wine for the Communion shall be provided by the Curate and the Church-wardens at the charges of the
Parish. 9 And note, that every Parishioner shall
communicate at the least three times in the year, of which Easter to be one. And yearly at Easter every Parishioner shall reckon with the Parson, Vicar, or Curate, or his or their Deputy or Deputies; and pay to them or him all Ecclesiastical Duties, accustomably due, then and at that time to be paid.
After the Divine Service ended, the money giren at the Offertory shall be disposed of to such pious and charitable uses, as the Mini. ster and Church-wurdens shull think fit. Wherein is they disagree, it shall be disposed of as the Ordinary shall appoint.
“ WHEREAS it is ordained in this Office for the Administration of the Lord's
Supper, that the Communicants should receive the same kneeling; (which “ order is well meant, for a signification of our humble and grateful acknow
ledgement of the benefits of Christ therein given to all worthy Receivers, and " for the avoiding of such profanation and disorder in the boly Communion,
as might otherwise ensue ;) yet, lest the same kneeling should by any per“ sons, either out of ignorance and infirmity, or out of malice and obstinacy, “ be misconstrued and depraved; It is hereby declared, That thereby no ado“ ration is intended, or ought to be done, either unto the Sacramental Bread “ or Wine there bodily received, or unto any Corporal Presence of Christ's “ natural Flesh and Blood. For the Sacramental Bread and Wine remain still * in their very natural substances, and therefore may not be adored; (for that “ were Idolatry, to be abhorred of all faithful Christians ;) and the natural
Body and Blood of our Saviour Christ are in Heaven, and not here; it being
against the truth of Christ's natural Body to be at one time in more places « than one."
. The people are to be admonished, that it is most convenient that Baptism should not be ad
ministered but upon Sundays, and other Holy-days, when the most number of people come Ingether; as well for that the Congregation there present may testify the receiving of them that be newly baptized into the number of Christ's Church; as also because in the Baptism of Infants every Man present may be put in remembrance of his oun profession made to God in his Baptism. For which cause also it is expedient that Baptism be ministered in the rulgar tongue. Necertheless, (if necessity so require,) Children may be baptized - upon any other day. And note, that there shall be for erery Male-child to be baptized two Godfathers and one Godmother; and for every Female, one Godfather and two Gódmothers. 9 When there are Children to be baptized, the Parents shall give knowledge thereof over night, or in the morning before the beginning of Morning Prayer, to the Curate. And then the Godfuthers and Godmothers, and the people with the Children, must be ready at the Font, either immediately after the last Lesson at Morning Prayer, or else immediately after the last Lesson at Evening Prayer, as the Curate by his discretion shall appoint. And the Priest coming to the Font, (which is then to be filled with pure Water,) and standing there, shall suy,
ATH this Child been al- great mercy didst save Noah
ready baptized, or no? and his family in the ark " If they answer, No: Then shall the Priest from perishing by water; and proceed as followeth.
also didst safely lead the chilEARLY beloved, foras- dren of Israel thy people
much as all men are through the Red Sea, figuring conceived and born in sin; thereby thy holy Baptism; and that our Saviour Christ and by the Baptism of thy saith, None can enter into well-beloved Son Jesus Christ, the kingdom of God, except in the river Jordan, didst he be regenerate and born a- sanctify Water to the mystinew of Water and of the holy cal washing away of sin; We Ghost; I beseech you to call beseech thee, for thine infiupon God the Father, through nite mercies, that thou wilt our Lord Jesus Christ, that mercifully look upon this of his bounteous mercy he Child; wash him and sanctify will grant to this Child that him with the holy Ghost; thing which by nature he can- that he, being delivered from not have; that he may be thy wrath, may be received baptized with Water and the into the ark of Christ's holy Ghost, and received into Church; and being stedfast Christ's holy Church, and be in faith, joyful through hope, made a lively member of the and rooted in charity, may so same.
the waves of this trou« Then shall the Priest say, blesome world, that finally
he may come to the land of LMIGHTY and ever- everlasting life, there to reign lasting God, who of thy with thee world without end;
Let us pray.