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Correct us, O Lord, but with judgment; not in thine anger, left thou bring us to nothing. Jer. X. 24.
Enter not into judgment with thy servants, O Lord; for in thy light shall no man living be justified. Pfalm cxliii. 2.
Instead of Venite, exultemus, the Hymn following shall be said or fung ; one verse by the Priest, another by the
Clerk and People. R judgments
. Psalm cxix
. 1377 IGHTEOUS art thou, O Lord: and just are thy Thou art just, O Lord, in all that is brought upon us : for thou hast done right, but we have done wickedly. Neh. ix. 33
Nevertheless our feet were almost gone: our treadings had well-nigh Dipt. Pfalm lxxiji. 2.
For why? we were grieved at the wicked : we did also see the ungodly in such prosperity. ver. 3;
The people stood up, and the rulers took counsel together: against the Lord, and against his Anointed. Psalm ii. 2.
They cast their heads together with one consent : and avere confederate against him. Pfalm lxxxiii. 5.
He heard the blasphemy of the multitude, and fear was on every side: while they conspired together against him, to take away his life. Psalm xxxi. 15.
They spoke against him with false tongues, and compassed him about with words of hatred; and fought against him without a cause. Psalm cix. 2.
Yea, his own familiar friends whom he trusted: they that ate of his bread, laid great wait for him. Psalm xli
. g. They rewarded him evil for good : to the great difromfort of his soul. Psalm xxxv. 12. otherwise appointed; i. e. the ordinary morning and evening fervice, and office for the Communion are to be faid as usual, except where any thing in either of these services is to be added to, or to be uled in the room ot, the ordinary service for the day : as the Collects, for instance, and the several Prayers appointed on these occasions, are to be used either instead of or besides the prayers daily in use; and the Hymns, Psalms, and Leso fons, the Epistle and Gospel, instead of those in ordinary course.
The hymn] This was drawn up in the reign of James II. when a review was made of this office, and several alterations adopteda
They took their counsel together, saying, God hath forsaken him: persecute him, and take him, for there is: none to deliver him. Pfalm lxxi. 9.
The breath of our nostrils, the Anointed of the Lord, was taken in their pits : of whom we said, Under bis Shadow we shall be safe. Lamen. iv. 20.
The adversary and the enemy entered into the gates of Jerusalem : saying, When thall he die, and his name perifh? ver. 12 ; Psalm xli. 51
Let the sentence of guiltiness proceed against bim : and now that he lieth, let him rise up no more. ver. 8.
False witnesses also did rite up against him : they laid to his charge things that he knew not. Psalm xxxv. 11. *
For the fans of the people, and the iniquities of the priests: they shed the blood of the just in the midst of Jerusalem.
Lam. iv. 13. :)
O my soul, come not thou into their secret ; unto. their assembly, mine honour, be not thou united : for in their anger they flew a man. Gen. xlix. 6.
Even the man of thy right hand : the fon of man, whom thou hast made fostrong for thine own self. Psalm 1xxx. 17.
In the light of the unwise he seemed to die: and his departure was taken for misery. Wisd. ji. 2.
They fools counted his life madness, and his end to be without honour: but be is in peace. Wisd. v. 4.
For though he was punished in the light of men : yet was his hope full of immortality. Wisd. iji. 4. mu
How is he numbered with the children of God: and bis lot is among the saints! Wild, v. 5.
But, O Lord God, to whom vengeance belongeth; thou, God, to whom vengeance belongeth: be favourable and gracious unto Sion. Psalm xciv. I; and li. 18.
Be merciful, O Lord, unto thy people, whom thou haft redeemed : and lay not innocent blood to our charge. Deut. xxi. 8.
O fhut not up our fouls with finners : por our lives with the blood-thirsty. Pfalm xxvi. 9.
Deliver us, from blood-guiltiness, O God, thou that ark; the God of aur salvation : and our tongues shall sing of thy righteousness. Pfalm li. 14
Rev. xv. 3.
For thou art the God that hast no pleasure in wicked. ness: neither shall any evil dwell with thee. Pfalm v. 4.
Thou wilt destroy them that speak leasing : the Lord abhors both the blood-thirsty, and deceitful man. ver. 6.
O how suddenly do they consume: perish, and come to a fearful end! Psalm 1xxiü. 18.
Yea, even like as a dream, when one awaketh : yo did thou make their image to vanish out of the city. ver 19.
Great and marvellous are thy works, O Lord God Almighty : just and true are thy ways, O King of faides,
Righteous art thou, O Lord: and just are thy judg. ments. Psalm cxix. 137.
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost.
As it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be: world without end. Amen.
| Proper Pfalmis, ix. x. xi.
two which next follow be used. O
Most mighty God, terrible in thy judgments, and
wonderful in thy doings toward the children of men; who ia thy heavy displeasure didft fuffer the life of our gracious Sovereign King Charles the First to be, as this day, taken away by the hands of cruel and bloody men: We thy sinful creatures here assembled before thee do, in the behalf of all the people of this land, bombly confefs, that they were the crying sins of this Nation, which brought down this heavy judgment upon us. But, O gracious God, when thou makest inquisition for blood, lay not the guilt of this innocent blood, (the shedding whereof nothing but the blood of thy Son can expiate) lay it not to the charge of the people of this land ; nor let it ever be required of us or our pofterity. Be merciful, O :!mst. Hhe vith psalm was originally prefixed to these, but omitted
Lord, be merciful unto thy people, whom thou hast redeemed; and be not angry with us for ever : But pardon us for thy mercy's fake, through the merits of thy Son Jesus Chrilt our Lord. Amen.
LESSED Lord, in whose fight the death of thy
saints is precious ; We magnify thy Name for thine abundant
upon our martyred Sovereign ; by which he was enabled fo cheerfully to follow the steps of his blessed Master and Saviour, in a constant meek suffering of all barbarous indigbities, and at last resisting unto blood : and even then, according to the fame pattern, praying for his murderers. Let his memory, O Lord, be ever blessed among us ; that we may follow the example of his courage and constancy, his meekness and patience, and great charity. And grant that this our land may be freed from the vengeance of his righteous blood, and thy mercy glorified in the forgiveness of our fins : and all for Jesus Christ his fake, our only Mediator and Advocate. Amen. T In the end of the Litany, (which shall always on this
day be used) immediately after the Colleet [We humbly beseech thee, O Father, &c.] the three Colleets next following are to be read.
LORD, we beseech thee mercifully hear our
prayers, and spare all those who confess their fins unto thee; that they whose consciences by fin are accused, by thy, merciful pardon may be absolved, through Christ our Lord. Amen. ,, ;
Most mighty God, and merciful Father, who hast
compassion upon all men, and hatest nothing that thou hast made ; who wouldelt nor the death of a finner, but that he should rather turn from his fin, and be saved: Mercifully forgive us our trespasses ; receive and comfort us, who are grieved and wearied with the butden of our sins. Thy property is always to have mercy'; to thee only it appertaineth to forgive sins. Spare us, therefore, good Lord, spare thy people whom thou hast redeemed; enrer dot into judgment with thy servants,
who are vile earth and miserable finners: but fo turn thide anger from us, who meekly acknowledge our vileness, and truly repent us of our faults; and so make halte to help us in this world, that we may ever live with thee in the world to come, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
URN thou: us, O good Lord, and so shall we be
turned. Be favourable; O Lord, be favourable to thy people, who turn to thee in weeping, fasting, and praying. For thou art a merciful. God, full of compalfion, long.saffering, and of great pity. Thou spareft when we deserve punishment, and in thy wrath thinkest upon mercy. Spare thy people, good Lord, spare them, and let not thme heritage be brought to confusion. Hear us, O Lord, for thy mercy is great ; and after the multitude of thy mercies look upon us, through the merits and mediation of thy blessed Son Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
In the Communion Service, after the Prayer for the
O most mighty God, &c.
As in the Morning Prayers.
Lord's fake: whether it be to the King, as supreme; or unto governors, as unto them that are fent by him for the punithment of evil-doers, and for the praise of them that do well. For fo is the will of God, that with welldoing ye may put to filence the ignorance of foolish men: As free, and óot using your liberty for a cloak of maliciousness, but as the servants of God. Honour all men. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the King. Servants, be subject to your masters with all fear; not only to the good and gentle, but also to the froward. For this is thank worthy, if a man for conscience toward God endure grief, suffering wrongfully. : For what glory is it,