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sinner. I tell you, this man went
The Epistle. 1 Cor. xv. 1. down to his house justified rather
BRETHREN, I declare unto than the other for every one that
you the Gospel which I preach- exalteth himself, shall be abased;
ed unto you, which also ye have and he that humbleth himself, shall
received, and wherein ye stand; be exalted.

by which also ye are saved, if ye

keep in memory what I preached The twelfth Sunday after Trinity.
unto you, unless ye have believed
The Collect.
in vain. For I delivered unto you ALMIGHTY and everlasting
first of all, that which I also re- God, who art always more
ceived, how that Christ died for our ready to hear than we to pray, and
sins, according to the Scriptures; art wont to give more than either

; to another, and that he was buried; and that we desire or deserve; pour down to another, she rose again the third day, accord-upon us the abundance of thy es; to anothering to the Scriptures; and that he mercy, forgiving us those things of tongues. But was seen of Cephas; then of the whereof our conscience is afraid, that one and the twelve: After that, he was seen of and giving us those good things. ividing to every above five hundred brethren at which we are not worthy to ask, he will. of whom the greater part but through the merits and media remain unto this present; but some tion of Jesus Christ thy Son our Gospel. St. Luke ri when he was cont are fallen asleep. After that he Lord. Amen. was seen of James; then of all beheld the city saying, If thou

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even thou, at least was seen of me also, as of one bone SUCH trust have we through

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Christ to God-ward: Not that out of due time. For I am the we are sufficient of ourselves to east of the Apostles, that am not think any thing as of ourselves; but meet to be called an Apostle, be- our sufficiency is of God. Who cause I persecuted the Church of also hath made us able ministers of

es shall cast a trend God. But, by the grace of God, I the New Testament; not of the

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am what I am; and his grace, letter, but of the Spirit: for the

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with me.

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Therefore, whether it children of Israel could not stead-
were I, or they, so we preach, and fastly behold the face of Moses
Do ye believed.
for the glory of his countenance,
The Gospel, St. Luke xviii. 9. which glory was to be done away;
JESUS spake this parable unto how shall not the ministration of
certain which trusted in them- the Spirit be rather glorious? For

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of whose only gift it cometh and with all thy soul, and with all that thy faithful people do unto thee thy strength, and with all thy mind true and laudable service; grart, and thy neighbour as thyself. And we beseech thee, that we may so he said unto him, Thou hast an faithfully serve thee in this life, that swered right: this do, and thou we fail not finally to attain thy shalt live. But he, willing to jus heavenly promises, through the tify himself, said unto Jesus, And merits of Jesus Christ our Lord. who is my neighbour? And Jesus Amen. answering said, A certain man The Epistle. Gal. iii. 16. went down from Jerusalem tó

T Abraham and his seed were Jericho, and fell among thieves, the promises made, He saith which stript him of his raiment, and not, And to seeds, as of many; but wounded him, and departed, leav as of one, And to thy seed, which ing him half dead. And by chance is Christ. And this I say, that the there came down a certain Priest Covenant that was confirmed before that way; and when he saw him, of God in Christ, the law, which he passed by on the other side. was four hundred and thirty years And likewise a Levite, when he after, cannot disannul, that it was at the place, came and looked should make the promise of none on him, and passed by on the other effect. For if the inheritance be of side. But a certain Samaritan, as the law, it is no more of promise; he journeyed, came where he was: but God gave it to Abraham by and when he saw him, he had com promise. Wherefore then serveth passion on him, and went to him, the law? It was added because of and bound up his wounds, pouring transgressions, till the seed should in oil and wine; and set him on his come to whom the promise was own beast, and brought him into made; and it was ordained by an inn, and took care of nim. And angels in the hand of a mediator. on the morrow, when he departed, Now a mediator not a mediator he took out two-pence, and gave of one; but God is one. Is the law them to the host, and said unto then against the promises of God? him, Take care of him; and what God forbid; for if there had been soever thou spendest more, when I a law given which could have given come again, I will repay thee. life, verily, righteousness should Which now of these three, thinkest

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thou, was neighbour unto him that he saw them, he said unto them,
fell among the thieves? And he Go show yourselves unto the
aven, sin, that the proms. lyt said, He that showed mercy on priests. And it came to pass, that,
him, Jesus Christ, mig him. Then said Jesus unto him, as they went, they were cleansed.
Go, do thou likewise.
And one of them, when he saw that
he was healed, turned back, and
with a loud voice glorified God,
and fell down on his face at his feet,
giving him thanks and he was a
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The fourteenth Sunday after
Trinity.
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more things which ye see, and

and seen them; and to hear the of faith, hope, and charity; and but where are the nine? There are

hed, which yehear, and are as thou dost pro obtain that which not found that returned to give promise, make us to love glory to God, save this stranger. that which thou dost command, And he said unto him, Arise, go Amen.

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saying, Master, what shall through Jesus Christ our Lord thy way: thy faith hath made thee

whole.

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The Epistle. Gal. v. 16.

inherit eternal life? He him, What is written in te How readest thou? And swering said, Thou shalt

SAY then, Walk in the Spirit, The fifteenth Sunday after Trinity. ye not the of

The Collect.

heth and with all thy soul, and gainst the Spirit, and the Spirit EEP, we beseech thee, O Lord, Fod, Lord thy God with all the flesh. For the flesh dusteth thee thy strength, and with allur against the flesh; and these are mercy: And because the frailty of and thy neighbour as the contrary the one to the other; so man without thee cannot but fall,

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at swered right: this do ate would. But if ye be led by the things hurtful, and lead us to all shalt live. But he, willie Spirit, ye are not under the law.things profitable to our salvation,

Now the works of the flesh are through Jesus Christ our Lord.

tify himself, said unto Jess!

(who is my neighbour? manifest, which are these, Adul-Amen,
answering said, A certery, fornication, uncleanness, las-

civiousness, idolatry, witchcraft,
hatred, variance, emulations,

went down from Jerus

The Epistle. Gal. vi. 11.

ericho, and fell among

see how large a letter I have written unto you with mine

hich stript him of his rains wrath, strife, seditions, heresies, ounded him, and denara envyings, murders, drunkenness, own hand. As many as desire to him half dead. And brevellings, and such like: of the make a fair show in the flesh, they

which I tell you before, as I have constrain you to be circumcised; also told you in time past, that only lest they should suffer perse

e came down a certain way; and when he

assed by on the other they who do such things, shall not cution for the cross of Christ. For

inherit the kingdom of God. But neither they themselves who are

likewise a Levite,

t the place, came and the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, circumcised keep the law; but de But a certain Samaris goodness, faith, meekness, tempe- they may glory in your flesh. But , and passed by on the peace, long-suffering, gentleness, sire to have you circumcised, that

rance:

against such there is no God forbid that I should glory,

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n he saw him, he had law. And they that are Christ's save in the cross of our Lord Jesus

have

crucified the flesh, with the affections and lusts.

Christ, by whom the world is crucified unto me, and I unto the The Gospel. St. Luke xvii. 11. world. For in Christ Jesus neither came to pass, as Jesus circumcision availeth any thing, went to Jerusalem, that he nor uncircumcision, but a new

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on him, and went to d up his wounds, p wine; and set him and brought hi took care im &

two-pence, and host, and said are of him; and wis pendest more, I will repar f these three, thi

ria and Galilee. And as he enter-according to this rule, peace be on ed into a certain village, there met them, and mercy, and upon the him ten men that were lepers, who Israel of God. From henceforth stood afar off. And they lifted up let no man trouble me, for I bear their voices, and said, Jesus, Mas-in my body the marks of the Lord ter, have mercy on us. And when Jesus, Brethren, the grace of our

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spirit. Amen.
by thy help and goodness, through
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
The Epistle. Ephes. iii. 13.

The Gospel. St. Matt. vi. 24.
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for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will DESIRE that ye faint not at my hold to the one, and despise the tribulations for you, which is other. Ye cannot serve God and your glory. For this cause I bow mammon. Therefore I say unto my knees unto the Father of our you, Take no thought for your life, whole family in heaven and earth Lord Jesus Christ, of whom the what ye shall eat, or what ye drink; nor yet for your body, what is named, that he would grant you, ye shall put on. Is not the life according to the riches of his glory, more than meat, and the body than his Spirit in the inner man; that to be strengthened with might by

raiment? Behold the fowls of the

air: for they sow not, neither do Christ may dwell in your hearts by they reap, nor gather into barns: faith; that ye, being rooted and yet your heavenly Father feedeth grounded in love, may be able to them. Are ye not much better comprehend, with all saints, what than they? Which of you, by is the breadth, and length, and taking thought, can add one cubit depth, and height; and to know the unto his stature? And why take ye love of Christ, which passeth knowthought for raiment ? Consider the ledge, that ye might be filled with lilies of the field, how they grow him that is able to do exceeding all the fulness of God. Now unto they tail not, neither do they spin; abundantly above all that we ask or and yet I say unto you, that even think, according to the power that Solomon in all his glory was not worketh in us, unto him be glory arrayed like one of these. Where in the Church, by Christ Jesus, fore if God so clothe the grass of throughout all ages, world without the field, which to-day is, and toJend. Amen. morrow is cast into the oven; shall he not much more clothe you, O ye The Gospel. St. Luke vii. 11. of little faith? Therefore take no AND it came to pass the day thought, saying, What shall we after, that Jesus went into a eat? or, What shall we drink? or, city called Nain; and many of his Wherewithal shall we be clothed? disciples went with him, and much (for after all these things do the people. Now, when he came nigh Gentiles seek:) for your heavenly to the gate of the city, behold, there Father knoweth that ye have need was a dead man carried out, the of all these things. But seek ye only son of his mother, and she first the kingdom of God, and his was a widow: and much people of righteousness, and all these things the city was with her. And when shall be added unto you. Take the Lord saw her, he had compas therefore no thought for the mor- sion on her, and said unto her, row; for the morrow shall take Weep not. And he came and thought for the things of itself: touched the bier, (and they that sufficient unto the day is the evil bare him stood still) and he said, thereof. Young man, I say unto thee, Arise. And he that was dead sat up, and The sixteenth Sunday after began to speak: and he delivered Trinity. him to his mother. And there came The Collect. a fear on all and they glorified LORD, we beseech thee, let God, saying, that a great Prophet thy continual pity cleanse and is risen up among us; and, that defend thy Church; and because it God hath visited his people. And cannot continue in safety without this rumour of him went forth

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than his Spirit in the inner the Christ may dwell in your do faith; that ye, being grounded in love, marted comprehend, with all ur tter is the breadth, and lens b depth, and height; and

The Epistle. Ephes. iv. 1. THEREFORE, the prisoner of the Lord, beseech you that eye walk worthy of the vocation wherewith ye are called, with all ORD, we beseech thee, grant lowliness and meekness, with long- thy people grace to withstand suffering, forbearing one another in the temptations of the world, the love; endeavouring to keep the flesh, and the devil; and with pure meaty of the Spirit in the bond of hearts and minds to follow thee, love of Christ, which past peace. There is one body, and one the only God, through Jesus Christ ledge, that ye might be a Spirit, even as ye are called in one our Lord. Amen. all the fulness of God N hope of your calling; one Lord, him that is able to do as one Faith, one Baptism, one God abundantly above all thats and think, according to the pore and through all, and in you all, worketh in us, unto him The Gospel. St. Luke xiv. 1. in the Church, by Chris throughout all ages, world nd. Amen.

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The Epistle. 1 Cor. i. 4. THANK my God always on your grace of God which is given you by Jesus Christ; that in every thing ye are F came to pass, as Jesus went enriched by him, in all utterance, into the house of one of the and in all knowledge; even as the chief Pharisees to eat bread, on testimony of Christ was confirmed the Sabbath-day, that they watch-in you. So that ye come behind in ed him. And behold, there was a no gift; waiting for the coming of certain man before him, who had our Lord Jesus Christ, who shall the dropsy. And Jesus answering also confirm you unto the end, that spake unto the Lawyers and Pha-ye may be blameless in the day of risees, saying, Is it lawful to heal our Lord Jesus Christ.

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that Jesus had put the Saddu

-vidow: and much of you shall have an ass or an ox together. Then one of them, who on of his mother, and answered them, saying, Which cees to silence, they were gathered fallen into a pit, and will not was a lawyer, asked him a ques straightway pull him out on the tion, tempting him, and saying, Sabbath-day? And they could not Master, which is the great comAnswer him again to these things. mandment in the law? Jesus said the bier, (and the And he put forth a parable to those unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord stood still) and who were bidden, when he marked thy God with all thy heart, and with , I say unto thee how they chose out the chief rooms; all thy soul, and with all thy mind:"

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of him went

The Gospel. St. Luke

ND it came to pass after, that Jesus called Nain; and man iples went with him, and Je. Now, when he came gate of the city, behold

throughout all Judea, and through- place; and thou begin with shame
out all the region round about. to take the lowest room. But
when thou art bidden, go and sit
down in the lowest room; that
when he that bade thee cometh, he
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The seventeenth Sunday after
Trinity.
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ORD, we pray thee, that thy higher; then shalt thou have worgrace may always prevent and ship in the presence of them that follow us; and make us continually sit at meat with thee. For whosoto be given to all good works, ever exalteth himself, shall be abasthrough Jesus Christ our Lord.ed: and he that humbleth himself, Amen.

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