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most justly thy wrath and indig. If any man sin, we have an nation against us. We do car- Advocate with the Father, Jesus nestiy repent, and are heartily Christ the righteous; and he is sorry for these our misdoings; the the propitiation for our sins. I remembrance of them is grievous John, ii. 1, 2. unto us; the burthen of them is After which the Priest shall proceed intolerable. Have mercy upon
saying, us, have mercy upon us, most
Lift up your hearts. merciful Father; for thy Son our
Ansicer. We lift them up unto Lord Jesus Christ's sake, forgive
the Lord. 13 all that is past; and grant,
Priest. Let us give thanks unto
our Lord God. lat we may ever hereafter serve And please thee in newness of
Answer. It is meet and right
so to do. life, to the honour and glory of
1 Then shall!c Priest turn to the Lord's thy name, through Jesus Christ
Tabl, and say, our Lord. Amen.
IT is very meet, right, and our Then shall the Priest the Bishop, if he bounden duty, that we should be present) stand up, and turning to the People, say,
at all times, and in all places, give ALMIGHTY God, our heaven- thanks unto thee, O Lord, (*Holy
ly Father, who of his great Father,] Almighty everlasting mercy bath promised forgiveness God. of sins to all those who with heartys" according to the time, if there lui any
1 llere shall follow the proper Preface, repentance and true faith turn
specially appointed ; or else immediunto him, have mercy upon you; ately shall be said or ́sung by the Pries: pardon and deliver you from all and People, your sins; confirm and strengthen THEREFORE with Angels and you in all goodness ; and bring!
Archangels and with all the you to everlasting life, through company of heaven, we laud and Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
magnify thy glorious name; ever Then shall the Priest say,
more praising thee, and saying, Hear what comfortable words Holy, boly, holy, Lord God of our Saviour Christ saith unto all Hosts, beaven and earth are full who truly turn to him.
of thy glory : Glory be to thee, COME unto me, all ye that tra. O Lord Most High. Amen.
vel and are heavy laden, and I will refresh you. Sl. Matt. xi. 28. | PROPER PREFACES.
So God loved the world, that Upon Christmas Day, and seven Days he gave his only begotten Son, to
after. the end that all that believe in him BECAUSE thou didst give Je should not perish, but have ever- sus Christ, ibine only Sun, to lasting life. St. John, iji. 16. be born as at this time for us;
Hear also what sl. Paul saith.lwbo, by the operation of the Holy
This is a true saying, and wor. Ghost, ivas made very man, of the thy of all men to be received, that substance of the Virgin Mary his Christ Jesus came into the world Mother; and that without spot of to save sinners. 1. Tim. i. 15. sin, to make us clean from all sin : Hear also what St. John saith. Therefore with Angels. &c.
• These words (Holy Father) rimot bo omitted on Trinity Surday.
all those who shall receive the Com
1 Upon Luster Day, and seoon Days|three persons in one substance after.
For that which we believe of the BUT chiefly are we bound the glory of the Father, the same we praise thee for the glorious believe of the Son, and
of the resurrection of thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord: For he is the Holy Ghost, without any differ. very Paschal Lamb, which was with Angels, &c.
ence or inequality Therefors offered for us, and bath taken
" Or else this may be said, the words away the sin of the world; who
(Holy Father) being retained in the by his death hath destroyed death, introductory Address. and, by his rising to life again, FOR the
precious death and hath restored to us everlasting merits of thy Son Jesus Christ life: Therefore with Angels, &c. our Lord, and for the sending to 1 Upon Ascension Day, and seven Days us of the Holy Ghost the Com. after.
forter; who are one with thee in THROUGH thy most dearly thy eternal Godhead: Therefore
beloved Son Jesus Christ our with Angels, &c. Lord; who, after his most glori- « Then skall the Priest, kneeling down ow resurrection, manifestly ap- at the Lord's Tuble, say, in the name of peared to all his apostles, and in their sight ascended up into hea
munion, this prayer following: ven, to prepare a piace for us ; that We do not presume to come to where he is, thither we might also this thy Table, 0 merciful ascend, and reign with him in Lord, trusting in our own righteglory : Therefore with Angels,&c. ousness, but in thy manifold and * Upon Whitsunday, and six Days after. great mercies. We are not wor
thy so much as to gather up the THROUGH Jesus Christ our
Lord; according to whose crumbs under thy Table. But most true promise, the Holy
thou art the same Lord, whose Ghost came down as at this time property is always to have mer. from heaven, with a sudden great Lord, so to eat the flesha of thy
cy: Grant us therefore, gracious sound, as it had been a mighty dear Son Jesus Christ, and to wind, in the likeness of fiery drink bis blood, that our sinful tongues. lighting upon the Apostles to teach them, and to lead bodies may be made clean by his
cur souls washed them to all truth ; giving them body, and both the gift of divers languages
, through his most precious bloud, and also boldness with fervent and that we may evermore dwell zeal, constantly to preach the in him, and he in us. Amen. gospel unto all nations; whereby" Table, hath so ordered the Bread and
T When the Priest, standing before the we have been brought out of Wine, that he may with the more readarkness and error, into the clear diness and decoracy break the Bread light and true knowledge of thee, before the People, and take the Cup
into his hands ; he shall say the Pray. and of thy Son Jesus Christ :
er of Consecration, as followeth : Therefore with Angels, &c. * Upon the Feast of Trinity only, may ALL glory be to thee, Almighbe said,
ty God, our heavenly Father, WH0 art one God, one Lord; for that thou, of thy tendor mer
out one only person, but!cy, didst give thine only Swu Je.
sus Christ to suffer death upon the memorial thy Sen hatlı comthe cross for our redemption; who manded us to make; having in made there (by his one oblation remembrance his blessed passion of himself once oftered) a full, and precious death, l:is miglity re perfect, and sufficient sacrifice, surrection and glorious ascen. oblation, and satisfaction, for the sion; rendering unto thee most sins of the whole world: and did hearty thanks, for the innumera. institute, and in his holy gospel ble benefits procured unto us by command us to continue a perpe. the same. (ual memory of that his precious
And we most lurr. death and sacrifice until his com
bly beseech thee, O ing again : For in the night in merciful Father, to hear us; and, which he was be
of thy Almighty goodness, vouchtrayed (a; he took
(a) Here the sale io bless and sanctify, with thy bread; arid when he promise is to take Word and Holy Spirit
, ibese thy had given thanks, his hunds. gifts and creatures of bread and (b) le brake it, (1)) And here wine; that we, receiving them and give it to his dis to breuk
according to thy Son our Saviour ciples, saying, Take,
Jesus Chrisi's holy institution, in eat, (c) This is my (c) And here remembrance of his Death and Rody, which is give toplay hithandie Passion, may be partakers of his en for you; Do this Bread. most blessed Body and Blood, in remembrance of
And we earnestly desire thy fa. ine. Likevise after
therly goodness, mercifully to ac supper (il) he took (1) Here he is cept this our sacrifice of praise the cup; and when contumisthe name and thanksgiving; most humbly he bad give thanks,
besceching thee to grant, that by he gave it to them,
the merils and death of thy Son saying, drink ye all
Jesus Christ, and through faith of this ; for (e)) And here in his blood, we, and allihy wholo This is try blood, of he is to lay is Church, may obtain remission of the New Testament, Vessel in whicl our sins, and all other benefits of which is shed for there is
any liis passion. And liere we offer you, and for many,
Wine to be .01- and piesent unto thee, O Lord, for the remission of
ourselves, our souls, and bodies, sins : Do this as ost
to be a reasonal·le, holy, and live as ye shall drink it,
ing sacrifice unto tliee; hambly in remembrance of
beseeching tliee, that we, and all
others who shall be partakers of Thos Oblatiori. WHEREFORE, O this holy Communion, may ror
Lord and healthily receive the most precious renly Father, according to the Body and Blood of thy Son Jesus ostitution of thy dearly beloved Christ, be filled with thy grace son our Saviour Jesus Christ, we, and heavenly benediction, and by humble servants, do celebrate made one body with liiin, ibat be ind inake liere before thy divine may dwell in them, and they in Majesty, with thicse thy holy gifts, him. And although we are un. whirli ve now offer unto thee. worlly, through our manifold
sins, to offer unto thee any sacri-! Prayer, the People repeating after hun fice; yet we beseech thee to ac
every petition. cept this our bounden duty and OUR Father, who art in Heaservice, not weighing our merits,
ven, Hallowed be thy Name; but pardoning our offences : Thy Kingdom come; Thy will through Jesus Christ our Lord
be done on Earth, as it is in Heaby whom, and with whom, in ven; Give us this day our daily the unity of the Holy Ghost, ali bread; And forgive us our tres. honour and glory be unto thee, o passes, as we forgive those who Father Almighty, world without trespass against us ; And lead us end. Amen.
not into temptation ; But deliver J Here shall be sung a Hymn, or part of
us from evil: For thine is the a Hymn, from the selection for the kingdom, and the Power, and Feasts and Fasts, &c.
the Glory, For ever and ever. "Then shall the Priest first receive the
Amen. Communion in both kinds himself, and proceed to deliver the same to the Bi- 1 After shall be said as followeth: shops, Priests; and Deacons, in like ALMIGHTY and everliving that, to the Prople alss in order, into
God, we most heartily thank their hands, all devsutly kneeling: thee, for that thou dost vouchAnd when he delivereth the Bread, nc safe to feed us who have duly re
ceived these holy Mysteries, with THE body of our Lord Jesus the spiritual food of the
most preChrist, which was given for cious Body and Blood of thy Son thee, preserve thy body and soul unto everlasting life : Take and dost assure us thereby of thy fa
our Saviour Jesus Christ; and eat this in remembrance that vour and goodness towards us ; Christ died for thee, and feed on and that we are very members inhim in thy heart by faith, with thanksgiving.
corporate in the mystical body of
thy Son, which is the blessed And the Minister who delivereth the Cup, shall say,
company of all faithful people ; THE blood of our Lord Jesus and are also heirs through hope of
Christ, which was shed for thy everlasting kingdom, by the thee, preserve thy body and soul merits of the most precivus death unto everlasting life : Drink this and passion of thy dear Son. And in remembrance that Christ's we most humbly beseech thee, O blood was shed for thee, and be heavenly Father, so to assist us thankful.
with thy grace, that we may con# If the consecrated Brord and IVine be tiue in that holy fellowship, and spent before all have communicated, the do all such good works as thou Priest is to consecrate more, according hast prepared for us to walk in, ning at - All glory be to thee, Althrough Jesus Christ our Lord; mighty Godmand ending with these to whom with thee and the Holy words-- Partakers of his most blessed Body and Blood.
Ghost, he all honour and glory, When we have communicated, the Mi-world without end. Amen. mister shall return to the Lord's Table, 1 Then shall be said or sung, all standing and reccrently place upon it what re- Gloria in excelsis, or some proper mainetn of the consecrated Elements, Hymn from the selection. cor cring the same with a fair Liren Cioth.
GLORY be to God on high, and • Thom shall the Minista ne the Lord's op earth peace good will towards men. We praise thee, we GRANT, we beseech, thee, Albless thee, we worship thee, we mighty God, that the words glorify thee, we give thanks to which we have heard this day thee for thy great glory, O Lord with our outward cars, may, God, heavenly King, God the through thy grace, be so grafted Father Almighty.
inwardly in our hearts, that they O Lord, the only begotten Son may bring forth in us the fruit of Jesus Christ; O Lord God, Lamb good living; lò the honour and of God, Son of the Father, that praise of thy name, through Je takest away the sins of the world, sus Christ our Lord. Amen. have mercy upon us. Thou that DIRECT us, O Lord, in all our takest away the sins of the world,
doings, with thy most gracious have mercy upon us. Thou that favour, and further us with thy takest away the sins of the world, continual help; that in all our receive our prayer. Thou that works begun, continued, and end. sittest at the right hand of God ed in thee, we may glorify thy hothe Father, have mercy upon us. ly name; and finally, by thy mer.
For thou only art holy; thou cy, obtain everlasting life, through only art the Lord; thou only, 0, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Christ, with the Holy Ghost, art most High in the glory of God ALMIGHTY. God, the founthe Father. Amen.
tain of all wisdom, who knowThen the Priest (the Bishop, if he be est our necessities before we ask, present) shall let themi depart with this and our ignorance in asking; we blessing:
beseech thee to have compassion THE peace of God, which pass upon our infirmities ; and those
eth all understanding, keep things which for our unworthiyour hearts and minds in the ness we dare not, and for our knowledge and love of God, and blindness we cannot ask, vouchof his Son Jesus Christ our Lord: safe to give us, for the worthiness And the blessing of God Al- of thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord. mighty, the Father, the Son, and Amen. the Holy Ghost, be amongst you, and remain with you always. ALMIGHTY God, who bast Amen.
promised to hear the petitions Collects that may be said after the Col-lof those who ask in thy Son's lects of Morning, or Evening Prayer, name; we beseech thee merci. or Communion, at the discretion of the fully to incline thine ears to us A SSIST us mercifully, O Lord, who have now made our prayers in these our supplications and
and supplications unto thee; and prayers; and dispose the way of grant, that those things which we thy servants towards the attain
have faithfully asked according ment of everlasting salvation; Abtained; to the relief of our ne
to thy will, may effectually be that among all the changes and chances of this mortal life, they of thy glory, through
cessity, and to the setting forth
Jesus may ever be defended by thy Christ our Lord. Amen. most gracious and ready help, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Upon the Sundays and other Holy Duy: Amen.
(f there be no Sermon or Communion) shall be send all that is appointed at the