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Then he reads the short chapter following: From St. Paul's Epistle to the we with patience wait for it. LikeRomans.

wise the Spirit also helpeth our in

tion groaneth and travaileth we should pray for as we ought : in pain together until now. And but the Spirit itself maketh internot only they, but ourselves also, cession for us with groanings which which have the firstfruits of the cannot be uttered. And He that Spirit, even we ourselves groan searcheth the hearts knoweth what within ourselves, waiting for the is the mind of the Spirit, because adoption, to wit, the redemption of He maketh intercession for the our body. For we are saved by saints according to the will of God. hope : but hope that is seen is not And we know that all things work hope: for what a man seeth, why together for good to them that love doth he yet hope for ? But if we God. hope for that we see not, then do |

Then he says,

Ñ. Greatly to be blessed and praised art Thou, O Lord.

Ry. Who art gone up on high, and hast led captivity captive, and received gifts for men.

. Thanks be to God.
RY. Whose mercy is over all His works.
Ý. Praised be the Lord daily.
RY. Who helpeth us, and poureth His benefits upon us.

. Send forth Thy Spirit, O Lord, and our hearts shall be revived.

Rp. And Thou shalt renew the face of the earth.

Then all kneeling, say the following Confession : 0

ALMIGHTY God, graciously vouchsafe to hear the

prayers of us Thine unworthy servants, who confess and bewail the innumerable sins we have most grievously committed against Thee by thought, word, and deed; and send down from heaven the divine light of Thy Holy Spirit to purify and enlighten our hearts, and to guide our wandering steps into the ways of truth and peace; for the sake of Thy only Son, our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen.

Then continue with the usual Monday Evening Litany, begin

ning, “ O God, the Father of heaven,”.c. (page 72), to the end of the Monday Evening Prayers.

1 Rom. viii. 22.

WHIT-TUESDAY.

MORNING PRAYER.

All standing, the head of the family (or the priest or deacon,

if present) says:
Ť. O Lord, open Thou our lips.
Ry. And our mouth shall shew forth Thy praise.

. O God, make speed to save us.
RY. O Lord, make haste to help us.
Ť. Glory be to the Father, &c. Ry. As it was, &c.

Then he says the following Psalm:
Psalm 100.

O go your way into His gates O

lands : serve the Lord with courts with praise : be thankful unto gladness, and come before His pre- Him, and speak good of His name. sence with a song.

For the Lord is gracious, His Be ye sure that the Lord He is mercy is everlasting : and His truth God : it is He that hath made us, endureth from generation to geneand not we ourselves ; we are His ration. people, and the sheep of His pasture.

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Then he says,

MAY
AY the reading of the Holy Word (or Holy Gospel) be
unto us salvation and protection. Amen.

Then he reads the short chapter following:
From the Acts of the Holy |ple ; (and they were all with one
Apostles.

accord in Solomon's porch. And ND A the hands of the apos- of the rest durst no man join him

tles were many signs and self to them: but the people magwonders wrought among the peo- nified them. And believers were

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1 Acts v. 12.

the more added to the Lord, mul- | them. There came also a multititudes both of men and women.) tude out of the cities round about Insomuch that they brought forth unto Jerusalem, bringing sick folks, the sick into the streets, and laid and them which were vexed with them on beds and couches, that at unclean spirits : and they were the least the shadow of Peter pass- healed every one. ing by might overshadow some of

Then he says,

¥. Greatly to be blessed and praised art Thou, O Lord.

RY. Who art gone up on high, and hast led captivity captive, and received gifts for men.

Ť. Thanks be to God.
RY. Whose mercy is over all His works.
Ť. Praised be the Lord daily.
RY. Who helpeth us, and poureth His benefits upon us.

Ť. Send forth Thy Spirit, O Lord, and our hearts shall be revived.

RY. And Thou shalt renew the face of the earth.

Then all kneeling, say the following Confession : 0

ALMIGHTY God, graciously vouchsafe to hear the

prayers of us Thine unworthy servants, who confess and bewail the innumerable sins we have most grievously committed against Thee by thought, word, and deed; and send down from heaven the divine light of Thy Holy Spirit to purify and enlighten our hearts, and to guide our wandering steps into the ways of truth and peace; for the sake of Thy only Son, our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen.

Then continue with the usual Tuesday Morning Litany; begin

ning, O God, the Father of heaven” (page 47), to the end of the Tuesday Morning Prayers.

WHIT-TUESDAY.

EVENING PRAYER.

All standing, the head of the family (or the priest or deacon,

if present) says: ř. Turn Thou us, O God our Saviour. Ry. And let Thine anger cease from us. Ñ. O God, make speed to save us. Ry. O Lord, make haste to help us. Ñ. Glory be to the Father, &c. Ry. As it was, &c.

Then he says the following Psalm:
PSALM 67.

glad : for Thou shalt judge the folk GOD OD be merciful unto us, and righteously, and govern the nations

bless us : and shew us the upon earth. light of His countenance, and be Let the people praise Thee, O merciful unto us :

God : yea, let all the people praise That Thy way may be known Thee. upon earth : Thy saving health Then shall the earth bring forth among all nations.

her increase : and God, even our Let the people praise Thee, o own God, shall give us His blessGod : yea, let all the people praise ing: Thee.

God shall bless us : and all the O let the nations rejoice and be ends of the world shall fear Him.

Then all say,
IB
BELIEVE in God, &c.

Then he says,
AY the reading of the Holy Word (or Holy Gospel) be
M unto us salvation and protection. Amen.

Then he reads the short chapter following:
From the Acts of the Holy hearing and seeing the miracles which
Apostles.

he did. For unclean spirits, crying

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city of Samaria, and preached that were possessed with them : Christ unto them. And the peo- and many taken with palsies, and ple with one accord gave heed unto that were lame, were healed. And those things which Philip spake, there was great joy in that city.

Then he says,

Ñ. Greatly to be blessed and praised art Thou, O Lord.

RY. Who art gone up on high, and hast led captivity captive, and received gifts for men.

. Thanks be to God.
Ry. Whose mercy is over all His works.
Ý. Praised be the Lord daily.
RY. Who helpeth us, and poureth His benefits upon us.

ř. Send forth Thy Spirit, O Lord, and our hearts shall be revived.

Ry. And Thou shalt renew the face of the earth.

Then all kneeling, say the following Confession:

O to

prayers of us Thine unworthy servants, who confess and bewail the innumerable sins we have most grievously committed against Thee by thought, word, and deed; and send down from heaven the divine light of Thy Holy Spirit, to purify and enlighten our hearts, and to guide our wandering steps into the ways of truth and peace; for the sake of Thy only Son, our Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen.

Then continue with the usual Tuesday Evening Litany, begin

ning, “O God, the Father of heaven” (page 72), to the end of the Tuesday Evening Prayers.

1 Acts viii. 5.

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