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O show yourse.ves joyful before own God, shall give us nis blessthe Lord the King.
Let the sea make anoise and all God shall bless us ; and all the that therein is, the round world ends of the world shall fear hini and they that dwell therein.
1 Or this. Let the floods clap their hands, Benedic, Anima mea. Psalm cili. and let the bills be joyful togeth-1. er before the Lord; for he com- PR
milDRAISE the Lord, O my soul; eth to judge the earth..
I and all that is within me, i With righteousness shall he praise his holy name. judge the world, and the people...
| Praise the Lord, O my soul, . with equity.
and forget not all his benefits; 14. Or this.
Who forgiveth all thy sin, and
lhealeth all thine infirmities; Bonum est confiteri. Psal. xcii. Who saveth thy life from de. TT is a good thing to give thanks struction, and crowneth thee with I unto the Lord, and tu sing mercy and loving kindness. praises unto thy name, 0 Most O praise the Lord, ye Angels Highest;
of his, ve that excel in strength; Io tell of thy loving-kindness ye that fulfil his commandment, early in the morning, and of thy and hearken unto the voice of his truth in the night season; word.
Upon an instrument of ten O praise the Lord, all ye his strings, and upon the lute; upon hosts; ye servants of his that do a loud instrument, and upon the his pleasure. harp.
S O speak good of the Lord, all For thou, Lord, hast made me ye works of his, in all places of glad through thy works; and I his dominion. Praise thou the will rejoice in giving praise for Lord, O my soul. the operations of thy hands. Then shall be said the Apostles' Creed
Then a Lesson of the New Testament, by the Minister and the People, standas it is appointed: And after that, shall ing: and any Churches may omit the be sung or said this Psalm, except on words, He descended into Hell, or may, the twelfth day of the month.
instead of them, use the words, He
went into the place of departed Spirits, Deus misereatur. Psal. lxvii.
which are, considered as words of the COD be merciful unto us and same meaning in the Creed. U bless us, and show us the I BELIEVE in God the Father light of his countenance, and be 1 Almighty, Maker of Heaven merciful unto us.
and Earth: That thy way may be known And in Jesus Christ his only upon earth, thy saving health Son our Lord; Who was conamong all nations.
ceived by the Holy Ghost, Born Let the people praise thee, 0 of the Virgin Mary, Suffered unGod; yea, let all the people der Pontius Pilate, Was crucified, praise thee.
dead, and buried; He descended O let' the nations rejoice and be into Hell; The third day he rose glad; for thou shalt judge the from the dead; He ascended into folk righteously, and govern the Heaven, und sitteth on the right nations upon earth.
hand of God the Father AlmighLet the people praise thee, Oty; From thence he shall come God; yea, let all the people to judge the quick and the dead. praise thee.
I believe in the Holy Ghost; Then shall the earth bring forth The Holy Catholic Church ; The ber increase; and God, even our Communion of Saints Tue for
giveness of sins; The resurrec-\ Min. O God, make c ean our tion of the body, And the life hearts within us; everlasting. Amen.
Ans. And take not thy Holy q Or this.
Spirit from us. T BELIEVE in one God, the Fa-19
Then shall be said the Collect for the
day, and, after that, the Collects and I ther Almighty, Maker of Hea-| Prayers following. ven and Earth, and of all things
I A Collect for Peace. visible and invisible;.
GOD, from whom all holy And in one Lord Jesus Christ, U desires, all good counsels, the only begotten Son of God, and all just works do proceed; begotten of his Father before give unto thy servants that peace, all worlds ; God of God, Lightwhich the world cannot give; of Light, very God of very God, that our hearts may be set to obey begotten, not made, being of one thy commandments, and also substance with the Father, by that by thee, we, being defended whom all things were made; from the fear of our enemies, inay who for us men, and for our sal-pass our time in rest and quietvation, came down from Hea-ness, through the merits of Jesus ven, and was incarnate by the Christ our Saviour. Amen. Holy Ghost of the Virgin Mary,
Mary, T A Collect for Aid against Perils. and was made man, and was cru
TO LORD, our heavenly Father, cified also for us under Pontius C Pilate.
U by whose Almighty power He suffered and was we have been preserved this day; buried, and the third day he rosel Kuthi again, according to the Scrip-lain
e by thy great mercy defend us from
Ip- all perils and dangers of this night, tures, and ascended, inte. Hea, ! for the love of thy only Son our ven, and sitteth on the right hand Savir of the Father; and he shall comel
and Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen. again, with glory, to judge both
th1 A Prayer for the President of the Unithe quick and the dead; whose
i ted States, and all in Civil Authority. kingdom shall have no end. IO LORD, our heavenly Father,
And I believe in the Holy the high and mighty Ruler of Ghost, the Lord and giver of life, the universe, who dost from thy who proceedeth from the Father throne behold all the dwellers and the Son; who with the Fa- upon earth; most heartily we be. ther and the Son together is wor- seech thee, with thy favour to be. shipped and glorified, who spake hold and bless thy servant, The by the prophets. And I believe one President of the United States, and Catholic and Apostolic Church. all others in authority; and so reI acknowledge one Baptism for plenish them with the grace of the remission of sins; and I look thy Holy Spirit, that they may for the resurrection of the dead, always incline to thy will, and and the life of the world to come. walk in thy way: Endue them Amen.
plenteously with heavenly gifts; And after that, these Prayers following
grant them in health and prosall devoutly kneeling the Minister perity long to live; and finally, first pronouncing,
after this life, to attain everlasting The Lord be with you.
joy and felicity, through Jesus Ans. And with thy spirit.
Christ our Lord. Amen. 1 Min. Let us pray.
9 A Prayer for the Clergy and People. O Lord, show thy mercy upon A LMIGHTY and everlasting us.
A God, from whom cometh Ans. And grant us thv salvation.levery good and perfect gift, seud
down upon our Bishops andother goodness and loving kindness to Clergy, and upon the Congrega- us, and to all men. We bless thee tions committed to their charge, for our creation, preservation, the healthful spirit of thy grace; and all the blessings of this life; and, that they may truly please but, above all, for thine inestima: thee, pour upon them the contin- ble love in the redemption of the ual dew of thy blessing: Grant world by our Lord Jesus Christ; this, O Lord, for the honour of for the means of grace and for our Advocate and Mediator Je- the hope of glory. And, we be ? sus Christ. Amen.
seech thee, give us that due sense, 1 A Prayer for all Conditions of Men. of all thy mercies, that our hearts
GOD, the Creator and Pre may be unteignedly thankful, and
server of all mankind, we mal we may show forth thy praise, humbly beseech thee for all sorts not only
not only with our lips, but in our and conditions of men, that thou lives; by giving up ourselves to wouldest be pleased to make thy thy service, and by walking beways known unto them, thy sav. fore thee in holiness and righteing health unto all nations. More ousness a
'More ousness all our days, through Jeespecially we pray for thy holy sus Christ/our Lord; to whom, Church universal; that it may be
"that it was with thee and the Holy Ghost, bé so guided and governed by thy
thu all honour and glory, world withgood Spirit, that all who professout end. Amen. and call themselves Christians, 4 A Prayer of SL. Chrysostom. may be led into the way of truth, A LMIGHTY God, who hast and hold the faith in unity of Spi. A given us grace at this time, rit, in the bond of peace, and in with one accord to make our com. righteousness of life. Finally, we mon supplications unto thee, commend to thy Fatherly good- and dost promise that when two ness, all those who are any ways or three are gathered together in afflicted or distressed in mind, thy name, thou wilt gra body, or estate ; that it may please requests ; fulfil now, O Lord, the thee to comfort and relieve them, desires and petitions of thy seraccording to their several neces- vants, as may be most expedient sities; giving them patience un for them; granting us in this der their sufferings, and a hap-world knowledge of thy truth, py issue out of all their afflictions: and in the world to come life And this we beg for Jesus Christ's everlasting. Amen, sake. Amen.
2 Cor. xiii. 14. T A General Thanksgiving. IMT HE grace of our Lord Jesus A LMIGHTY God, Father of all! 1 Christ, and the love of God, A mercies, we, thine unwortly and the fellowship of the Holy servants, do give thee most hum- Ghost, be with us all evermors. ble and hearty thanks for all thy! Amen.
Here endeth the order of Evening Prayer.
1. Or General Supplication, to be used after Morning Service, on Sundays,
Wednesdays, and Fridays.
have mercy upon us misera. From lightning and tempest; ble sinners.
from plague, pestilence, and faO God, the Father of Heaven; mine ; from battle and murder, have mercy upon us miserable sinners. and from sudden death;
O God the Son, Redeemer of Good Lord, deliver us. the world; have mercy upon us From all sedition, privy conmiserable sinners.
Ispiracy, and rebellion; from O God the Son, Redeemer of the all false doctrine, heresy, and world; have mercy upon us miserable schism; from hardness of heart, sinners.
and contempt of thy Word and O God the Holy Ghost, pro- Commandment; . ceeding from the Father and the Good Lord, deliver us. Son; have mercy upon us mis. By the mystery of thy holy In. erable sinners.
carnation ; by thy holy Nativity O God the Holy Ghost, proceeding and Circumcision ; by thy Bapfrom the Father and the Son; have tism, Fasting, and Temptation; mercy upon us miserable sinners. I Good Lord, deliver us.
O Holy, blessed, and glorious By thine Agony and Bloody Trinity, three Persons and one Sweat; by thy Cross and Passion, God; have mercy upon us mis- by thy precious Death and Burial; erable sinners.
by thy glorious Resurrection and O holy, blessed, and glorious Trin, Ascension; and by the coming of ity, three persons and one God; have the Holy Ghost ; mercy upon us miserable sinners. Good Lord, deliver us.
Remember not, Lord, our of- In all time of our tribulation; fences, nor the offences of our in all time of our prosperity; in the forefathers; neither take thou hour of death, and in the day of vengeance of our sins : spare us, judgment; good Lord, spare thy people, Good Lord, deliver us. whom thou hast redeemed with We sinners do beseech thee to thy most precious blood, and be hear us, O Lord God; and that it not angry with us for ever: may please thee to rule and goSpare us, good Lord.
vern thy holy Church universal in From all evil and mischief ; the right way; from sin; from the crafts and as. We heseech thee to hear us, good saultsof the devil; from thy wrath, Lord. and from everlasting damnation; That it may please thee to bless Good Lord, deliver us.
Tand preserve all Christian Rulers From all blindness of heart; and · Magistrates; giving them from pride, vain-glory, and hy.grace to execute justice, and to pocrisy; from envy, hatred, and maintain truth; malice, and all uncharitableness; We beseech thee to hear us, good Good Lord, deliver us.
Lord. From all inordinate and sinful That it may please thee to illuaffections; and from all the de- minate all Bishops, Priests, and ceits of the world, the flesh and Deacons, with true knowledge the devil:
land understanding of thy word :
and that both by their preaching. We beseech thee to hear us, good Lord. and living they may set it forth,l. That it may please thee to deand show it accordingly;
fend, and provide for, the fatherWe beseech thee to hear us, good less children, and widows, and all Lord.
who are desolate and oppressed; That it may please thee to bless. We beseech thee to hear us, good and keep all thy people;
Lord. We beseech thee to hear us, good. That it may please thee to Lord.
have mercy uponi all men; That it may please thee to i We beseech thee to hear us, good give to all nations unity, peace, Lord. and concord;
| That it may please thee to forWe beseech thee to hear us, good give our enemies, persecutors, Lord.
and slanderers, and to turn their That it may please thee to hearts; give us an heart to love and fear We beseech thee to hear us, good thee, and diligently to live after Lord. thy Commandments;
That it may please thee to give We beseech thee to hear us, good and preserve to our use the kind Lord,
lly fruits of the earth, so that in That it may please thee to give due time we may enjoy them; to all thy people increase of grace. We beseech thee to hear us, good to hear meekly thy Word, and to Lord. receive it with pure affection, That it may please thee to give and to bring forth the fruits of the us true repentance, to forgive us Spirit;
all our sins, negligences, and ig We beseech thee to hear us, good norances, and to endue us with Lord.
| the grace of thy Holy Spirit, to That it may please thee to bring amend our lives according to thy into the way of truth, all such as Holy Word; have erred, and are deceived; 1. We beseech thee to hear us, good • We beseech thee to hear us, good Lord. Lord.
Son of God, we beseech thee That it may please thee to to hear us. strengthen such as do stand, and Son of God, we beseeck thee to hear to comfort and help the weak- us. hearted, and to raise up those who O Lamb of God, who takest fall, and finally to beat down Sa- away the sins of the world; tan, under our feet;
Grant us thy peace. We beseech thee to hear us, good O Lamb of God, who takest Lord.
away the sins of the world; That it may please thee to suc-l Have mercy upon us. cour, help, and comfort all who 1 The Minister may, at his discretion, are in danger, necessity, and tri- omit all that follows, to the Prayer, bulation;
“We humbly beseech 'thec, O Father" We beseech thee to hear us, good
[O Christ, hear us. That it may please thee to pre 0 Christ, hear us. serve all who travel by land or by Lord, have mercy upon us water, all women in the perils of) Lord, have mercy upon us. child-birth, all sick persons, and Christ, have mercy upon us. voung children, and to show thy Christ, have mercy upon us. pity upon all prisoners and cap Lord, have mercy upon us. tives;
Lord. have mercy upon us.