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When thou tookest upon thee to the Lord; praise him, and mag deliver man, thou didst humble thy- nify him for ever. self to be born of a Virgin.
ye Showers and Dew, bless When thou hadst overcome the ye the Lord; praise him and magsharpness of death, thou didst open nify him for ever. the kingdom of heaven to all be- ye Winds of God, bless ye the lievers.
Lord; praise him, and magnify Thou sittest at the right hand of him for ever. God, in the glory of the Father. O ye Fire and Heat, bless ye
We believe that thou shalt come the Lord; praise him, and magnify to be our Judge.
him for ever. We therefore pray thee, help thy O ye Winter and Summer, bless servants, whom thou hast redeemed ye the Lord; praise him, and magwith thy precious blood.
nify him for ever. Make them to be numbered with O ye Dews and Frosts, bless ye thy saints in glory everlasting,
the Lord; praise him, and magO Lord, save thy people, and nify him for ever. bless thine heritage.
O ye Frost and cold, bless ye Govern them, and list' them up the Lord; praise him, and magfor ever.
nify him for
ever. Day by day we magnify thee; ye Ice and Snow, bless ye tho And we worship thy name ever, Lord; praise him, and magnify worid without end.
him for ever. Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us Oye Nights and Days, bless ye this day without sin.
the Lord; praise him, and magO Lord, have mercy upon us, nify him for ever. have mercy upon us.
ye Light and Darkness, bless O Lord, let, thy mercy be upon ye the Lord; praise hini, and magus, as our trust is in thee. nify him for ever.
O Lord, in thee have I trusted; ye Lightnings and Clouds, let me never be confounded. bless ye the Lord; praise him, and TT Or this Canticle.
magnify him for ever.
O let the Earth bless the Lord; Benedicite, omnia opera Domini.
yea, let it praise him, and magnify 0 ALL ye Works of the Lord, him for ever. bless ye the Lord; praise him 0 ye Mountains and
bless and magnify him for ever. ye the Lord, praise him, and mag
o ye Angels of the Lord, bless nify him for ever. ye the Lord'; praise him, and may- all ye green Things upon nify him for ever.
Earth, bless ye the Lord; praise Oye Heavens, bless ye the him, and magnify him for ever. Lord; praise him, and magnify| Oye Wells, bless ye the Lord; him for ever.
praise him, and magnify him for O ye Waters that are above the ever. Firmament, bless ye the Lord ;) Oye Seas and Floods, bless ye praise him and magnify him for the Lord; praise him, and mag
nify him for ever. O all ye Powers of the Lord, O ye Whales, and all that mov; bless ye the Lord; praise him, and in the Waters, bless ye tha Lord; agnify him for ever.
praise him, and magnify him for Ở ye Sun and Moon, bless ye ever. the Lord; praise him, and mag- O all ye Fowls of the Air, bless nify him for ever,
ye the Lord; praise him, and mag() ve Stars of Heaven, bless yei nify him for ever.
0 all ye Beasts and Cattle, his holy Prophets, which have
That we should be saved from
Children of Men, bless ye our enemies, and from the hand the Lord; praise him, and mag- of all that hate us. him for ever.
IT'Then shall be said the Apostles'Creed, let Israel bless the Lord; by the Minister and the People, standpraise him, and magnify him for ing: And any Churches inay omit the
words, He descended into Hell, or Oye Priests of the Lord, bless n:ay, instead of them, use the words,
He went into the place of departed Sprbla ye the Lord; praise him, and
rits, which are considered as words magnify him for ever.
of the same meaning in the Creed. Oye Servants of the Lord, bless
re the Lord ; praise him, and mag- I BELIEVE in God the Father ESSE nify him for ever.
Almighty, Maker of Heaven, 0
ye Spirits and Souls of the and Earth;' Righteous, bless ye the Lord ;)
And in Jesus Christ his only praise him, and magnify him for Son our Lord; Who was con
ceived by the Holy Ghost, Born Oye holy and humble Men of of the Virgin Mary, suffered under heart, bless ye the Lord; praise
Pontius Pilate, Was crucified, him, and magnify him for over.
dead, and buried; He descended I Then shall be read, in like manner, from the dead; He ascended into
into Hell; The third day he rose the second Lesson, taken out of the Heaven; And sitteth on the
right Table or Calendar; and after that hand of God the Father Almighthe following Psalm.
ty; From thence he shall come to Jubilate Deo. Psalm c.
judge the quick and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Ghost; O BE joyful in the Lord, all x The Holy Catholic Church; The
gladress, and come before his giveness of sins; The resurrecOrd presence with a song.
tion of the body, And the life Be ye sure that the Lord he is everlasting. Amen. God, it is he that hast made us,
It Or this. bles and not we ourselves; we are his
people and the sheep' of his pas- I BELIEVE in one God, the
O go your way into his gates Heaven and Earth, and of all Text with thanksgiving, and into his things visible and invisible:
courts with praise; be thankful. And in one Lord Jesus Christ, Lord unto him, and speak good of his the only begotten Son of God, begame.
gotten of his Father before all for the Lord is gracious, his worlds; God of God, Light of =57 mercy is everlasting; and hist.ight, very God of very God, beDar truth endrreth from generation gotten, not made, being, of one to generation.
substance with the Father; by It Or this Hymn.
whom all things were made; who Benedictus. St. Luke i. 68.
for us men, and for our salvation,
came down from Heaven, and BLESSED be the Lord God was incarnate by the Holy Ghost
of Israel; for he hath visited of the Virgin Mary, and was made and redeemed his people ;
man, and was crucified also for us And hath raised up a mighty under Pontius Pilate. He suffersalvation for us in the house of ed and was buried, and the third his servant David ;
day he rose ngain, according to as he spake
the inouth ofite Scriptures, and ascended into
Heaven, and sitteth on the right thy sight, through Jesus Chris hand of the Father; and he shall our Lord. Amen. come again, with glory, to judge T A Prayer for the President of the Unit both the quick and the dead; whose ed States, and all in Civil Authority. kingdom shall have no end.' O LORD, our heavenly Father
And I believe in the Holy Ghost. the high and mighty Ruler of the Lord and giver of life, who pro- the universe, who dost from thy ceedeth from the Father and the throne behold all the dwellers up Son; who with the Father and the on earth; most heartily we beseech Son together is worshipped and glo- thee, with thy favour to behold and rific., who spake by the prophets. bless thy servant, The President of And 'I believe one Catholic and the United States, and all others in Apostolic Church. I acknowledge authority; and so replenish them one Baptism for the remission of with the grace of thy Holy Spirit, sins; and I look for the resurrec- that they may always incline to thy tion of the dead; and the life of the will, and walk in thy way: Endue rom world to come. Amen.
them plenteously with heavenly 5 And after that, these Prayers follow-gilts; grant them in health and pros
ing, all devoutly kneeling; the Minis- perity long to live; and finally, after the ter first pronouncing,
this life, to attain everlasting joy The Lord be with you; and felícity, through Jesus Chris, Ans. And with thy spirit. our Lord. Amen.
1 Min. Let us pray. i The following Prayers are to be omit O Lord, show thy mercy upon us;
ted here, when the Litany is read. Ans. And grant us thy salvation A Prayer for the Clergy and People
Min. O God, make clean 'our ALMIGHTY and everlasting hearts within us;
God, from whom cometh every Ans. And take not thy Hoiy good and erfect gift, send down Spirit from us.
upon our Bishops and other Cler. Then shall follow the Collect for the gy, and upon the Congregations
day, except when the Communion committed to their charge, the Service is read; and then the Collect healthfud spirit of thy grace; and, for the day shall be omitted here. that they may truly please thee,
A Collect for Peace. pour upon them the continual dew O GOD, who art the author of of thy blessing: Grant this, O Lord; knowledge of whom standeth our and Mediator Jesus Christ. Ameno detal begin
peace and lover of concord, in for the honour of our Advocats eternal life, whose service is per- 1 A Prayer for all Conditions of Men. fect
freedom; desend us, thy Fum- God, the Creator and Prev enemies; that we, surely trusting in humbly beseech thee for all sorts thy defence, may not fear the pow- and conditions of men, that thou er of any adversaries, through the wouldest be pleased to make thy might of Jesus Christ our Lord. ways known unto them, thy saving Amen.
health unto all nations. More esTA Collect for Grace. pecially we pray for thy holy O LORD, our heavenly Father, Church universal; that it may
be Almighty and everlasting so guided and governed by thy good Gorl, who hast safely brought us to Spirit, that all who prosess and' the beginning of this day; defend call themselves Christians, may be us in the same with thy' mighty led into the way of truth, and hold power, and grant that this day we the faith in unity of Spirit, in the fall into no sin, neither run into bond of peace, and in righteousness any kind of danger; but tha: alljof life. Finally, we commend to our doings, being ordered by thy thy Fatherly goodness, all those governance, may be rightcous in who are any ways aflicted or dis
sight, through Jesus Chat Lord. Amen. Prayer for the President of the le Kates, and all in Civil Authorit LORD, our heavenly Falk the high and mighty Rukeri universe
, who dost from a ne behold all the dwellers a
'nited States, and all other ority; and so replenish the the grace of thy Holy Sue
dressed in mind, body, or estate; service, and by walking before thee
IT A Prayer of St. Chrysostom.
LMIGHTY God, who hast TA General Thanksgiving.
, with his favouer la beles ALGETY God,
Father of all with one accord to make our com
mercies, we, thine unworthy mon supplications unto thee; and thy servant , The Presile servants, do give thee most humble dost promise that when two or
and hearty thanks for all thy good-three are gathered together in thy
ness and loving kindness to us and name, thou wilt grant their rethey may always inctire is creation, preservation, and all the sires and petitions of thy servants, and walk in thy way: Es blessings of this lifc; but above all, as may be most expedient for plenteously with help for thine inestimable love in the re-them; granting us in this world grant them in health and demption of the world by our Lord knowledge of thy truth, and in the long u live; and finally, Jesus Christ; for the means of grace, 'world to come life everlasting,
attain everlasting and for the hope of glory. And yve Amen. elicity, through Jesus wat beseech thee, give us that due sense
2 Cor. xii. 14. following Prayers are to be may be unfeignedly thankful, and cere, when the Litang is Te that we may show forth thy praise, land the fellowship of the Holy
not only with our lips, but in our Ghost, be with us all evermore. lives; by giving up ourselves to thy Amen.
Here endeth the order of Morning Prayer.
THE ORDER FOR DAILY
ayer for the Clergy and Per TIGHTY and everlasti d, from whom cometh en and perfect gift
, send deren Our Bishops and other la d upon the Congregas Ateď to their charge
, ud spirit of thy grace; 2
ev may truly please te on them the continual lessing: Grant this, OLM
honour of our Advard diator Jesus Christ. Ima yer for all Conditions of this
crver of all mankind,
nditions of men,
"The Minister shall begin the Frening Prayer, by reading one or more of tho
following Sentelices of Scripture. -od, the Creator and F THE Lord is in his holy temple; away from his wickedness that he
let all the earth keep silence hath committed, and doeth that beseech thee for all sh belore him. Hab. ii. 20.
which is lawful and right, he shall From the rising of the sun even save his
soul alive. Ezek. xviii. 27. at be pleased to make into the going down of the same,
I acknowledge my transgresown unto ihem, or some my name shall be great among thesions; and my sin is ever before nto all nations. More Gentiles; and in every place incense me. Psal. li. 3. we pray for thr kall he offered unto my name, andl Hide thy face from my sins; and
pure offering : for my name 'shall blot out all mine iniquities. Psal. great among the heathen, saith li. 9.
The Lord of hosts. Mal. i. 11. The sacrifices of God are a broken 7selres Christians, mart, Let the words of my mouth, and spirit ; à broken and a contri.e the way of truth, and the meditation of my heart, be al- heart, O God, thou wilt not despise.
way, acceptable in thy sight, o Psal.'li. 17.
Lord, my strength and my Redeem- Rend your heart and not your we commend W. Psal. xix. 14. When the wicked man turneth your God; for he is gracious and
garments, and turn unto the Lord
universal; that it more di and governed by the mai hat all who prüfess
in unity of Spirit
, in eace, and in righteouso herly goodness, all be arzy trays atliciador
merciful, slow to anger, and of cessary, as well for the body as tho great kindness, and repenteth him soul. Wherefore, I pray and be of the evil. Joel ii. 13.
seech you, as many as are here To the Lord our God belong present, to accompany me, with a mercies and forgivenesses, though pure heart and humble voice, unto we have rebelled against him; the throne of the heavenly grace, neither have we obeyed the voice of sayingthe Lord our God, to walk in his TA 'General Confession, to be said by laws which he set before us. Dan.
the whole Congregation after the Mi. ix. 9, 10.
nister, all kneeling. O Lord; correct me, but with ALMIGHTY and most mercifu judgment; not in thine anger, lest Father ; We have erred and the thou bring me to nothing. Jer. x. strayed from thy ways like lost 24. Psal. vi. 1.
sheep. We have followed too Repent ye; for the kingdom of much the devices and desires of our heaven is at hand. St. Matt, iii. 2. own hearts. We have offended
I will arise, and go to my father, against thy holy laws. We have and will say unto him; Father, i left undone those things which we have sinned against heaven, and ought to have done; And we have before thee, and am no more wor- done those things which we ought thy to be called thy son. St. Luke not to have done : And there is no XV. 18, 19.
health in us. But thou, O Lord, Enter not into judgment with have mercy upon us, miserable of thy servant, O Lord; for in thy fenders. Spare thou those, O God, sight shall no man living be justí- who confess their faults. 'Restore fied. Psal. cxliii. 2.
thou those who are penitent; AcIf we say that we have no sin, we cording to thy promises declared de deceive ourselves, and the truth islunto mankind, in Christ Jesus ou: not in us
but if we confess our Lord. And grant, 0 most mercisins, God is faithful and just to for- ful Father, for his sake; That we give us our sins, and to cleanse us may hereafter live a godly, riglitfrom all unrighteousness. 1 John i. eous, and sober life ; To the glory
of thy holy name. Amen. 1 Then the Minister shall say,
11 The Declaration of Absolution, or DEARLY beloved brethren, the Remission of Sins, to be made by the
scripture moveth us in sundry Priest alone, standing; the People places, to acknowledge and con
still kneeling. fess our manifold sins and wicked ALMIGHTY God, the Father or semble nor cloak them before the sireth not the death of a sinner, but face of Almighty God, our heaven- rather that he may turn from his ou ly Father, but confess them with an wickedness and live, hath given humble, lowly, penitent, and obe- power and commandment to his dient heart; to the end that we may ministers to declare and pronounce obtain forgiveness of the same, by to his people, being penitent, the his infinite goodness and mercy. Absolution and Remission of their And although we ought, at all times, sins. He pardoneth and absolveth humbly to acknowledge our sms all those who truly repent, and un. before God; yet ought we chiefly feignedly believe his holy Gospel. so to do, when we assemble and Wherefore, let us beseech him to meet together, to render thanks for grant us true repentance, and his the great benefits that we have re- Holy Spirit; that those things may ceived at his hands, to set forth his please him which we do at this most worthy praise, to hear his present, and that the rest of our life most holy word, and to ask those hereafter may be pure and holy ; so things which are requisite and no-Ithat at the last we may come to his