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Then shall be sad the Apostles' Creed judge both the quick and the dead; hy the Minister and the People, stand-(whose kingdom shall have no end. ing: And any Churches may omit the
And I believe in the Holy Ghost, words, He descended into Hell, or may, instead of them, use the words, He went the Lord and giver of life, who prointo the place of departed Spirits, ceedeth from the Father and the which are considered as words of the Son; who with the Father and the same meaning in the Creed.
Son together is worshipped and I
mighty, Maker of Heaven and phets. And I believe one Catholic Earth :
and Apostolic Church. I acknow And in Jesus Christ his only Son ledge one Baptism for ihe remission our Lord; Who was conceived by of sins; and I look for the resurthe Holy Ghost, Born of the Virgin rection of the dead, and the life of Mary, Suffered under Pontius Pi- the world to come. Amen. late, Was crucified, dead, and buri- 1 And after that, these Prayers following, ed; He descended into Hell; The
all devoutly kneeling; the Minister first third day he rose from the dead;
The Lord be with you; He ascended into Heaven, and sit.
Ans. And with thy Spirit. teth on the right hand of God the
1 Min. Let us pray. Father Almighty ; From thence
O Lord, show thy mercy upon us; he shall come to judge the quick
Ans. And grant us thy salvation. and the dead. I believe in the Holy Ghost; The hearts within us;
Min. () God, make clean our Holy Catholic Church ; The Communion of Saints; The forgiveness of from
Ans. And take not thy Holy Spirit sins; The resurrection of the body, " Then shall be said the Colleet for the And the life everlasting. Amen.
day, and after that, the Collects and Or this.
A Ccliect for Peace. I Believe in one God, the Father
Almighty, Maker of Heaven O God, from whom all holy de. and Earth, and of all things visible
sires, all good counsels, and and invisible :
all just works do proceed ; give unto And in one Lord Jesus Christ, thy servants that peace, which the the only begotten Son of God, be world cannot give ; that our hearts gotten of his father before all may be set to obey thy commandworlds; God of God, Lightof Light, ments, and also that by thee, we, very God of very God, begotten,
being defended from the fear of our not made, being of one substance enemies, may pass our time in rest with the Father, by whom all things
and quietness, through the merits
of Jesus Christ our Saviour. Amen. were made; who for us men, and
TT A Collect for Aid against I'rnils. for our salvation, came down from Holy Ghost of the Virgin Mary, we have been preserved this day ; Heaven, and was incarnate by the Lord, our heavenly Father,
by whose Almighty power and was made man, and was cruci- by thy great mercy defend us from fied also for us under Fontius Pilate, ail perils and dangers of this night He suffered and was buried, and for the love of thy only Son our the third day he rose again, accord- Saviour Jessis Christ. Amen. ing to the Scriptures, and ascended I A Prayer for the President of the line into Heaven, and sitteth on the ed States, and all in Civil Ani hority. right hand of the Father, and he olier pour heavenly header shall , , to the high and mighty Ruler of
the universe, who dost from thy them, according to their severa nethrone behold all the dwellers upon cessities; giving them patience under earth ; most heartily we beseech their sufferings, and a happy issue thee, with thy favour to behold and out of all their afflictions: And this bless thy servant, The President we beg forJesus Christ's sake. Amen. of the United States, and all others TA General Thankgiving: in authority; and so replenish them ALMIGHTY God, Father of with the grace of thy Holy Spirit, all mercies, we, thine unworthat they may always incline to thy thy servants, do give thee must will, and walk in thy way: Enduce humble and hearty thanks for all them plenteously with heavenly thy goodness and loving kindness gitis; grant them in health and to us, and to all nen. We bless prosperity long to live; and finally, tiee for our creation, preservation, after this life, to attain everlasting and all the blessings of this life; joy and felicity, through Jesus but, above all, for thine inestimable Christ our Lord. Amen. love in the redemption of the world 1 A Prayer for the Clergy and People. by our Lord Jesus Christ; for the LMIGHTY and everlasting means of grace, and for the hope
God, from whom cometh every of glory. And, we beseech thee, good and perfect gift, send down give us that due sense of all thy upon our Bishops and other Clergy, mercies, that our hearts may be and upon the Congregations com-unfeigneilly thankful, and that we mitted to their charge, the healthful may show forth thy praise, not only spirit of thy grace; and, that they with our lips, but in our lives; by may truly please thee, pour upon giving up ourselves to thy service, thein the continual dew of thy bless- and by walking before thee in holiing: Grant this, O Lord, for the ness and righteousness all our days, honour of our Advocate and Medi- through Jesus Christ our Lord; to ator Jesus Christ. Amen. whom, with thee and the Holy
TA Prayer for all Conditions of Men. Ghost, be all honour and glory, 0
God, the Creator and Pre-world without end. Amen.
server of all mankind, we ( A Prayer of St. Chrysostom. fanm bly beseech there for all sorts ALMIGHTY God, who hast conditions of men, that
given us grace at wouldest be pleased to make thy with one accord to make our comways known unto them, thy saving mon supplications unto thee; and health unto all nations. More espe- dost promise that when two or three cially we pray for thy holy Church are gathered together in thy name, universal; that it may be so guirled thou wilt grant their requests; fulfil and governed by thy good Spirit, now, O Lord, the desires and petithat all who profess and call them. tions of thy servants, ax may be selves Christians, may be led into most expedient for them; granting the way of truth, and hold the faith us in this world knowledge of thy in unity of Spirit, in the bond of truth, and in the world to come peace, and in righteousness of liie. life everlasting. Amen. Finally, we commend to thy Fa
2 Cor. xi. 14. therly gonduess, all those who are THE grace of our Lord Jesus any ways afllicted or distressed in Christ, and the love of God, and mind, body, or estate; that it may the tellowship of the Holy Ghost, please thee to comfort and relieve! be with us all evermore. Amen.
Here endetu die order of Evening Prayer.
O General Supplications he used after Morning Service, on Sundays, Wed
nesdays, and Fridays. O
God, the Father of Heaven ;,fections; and from all the deceits of
have mercy upon us misera- the world, the flesh, and the devil ; ole sinners.
Good Lord, deliver us. O God, the Father of Heaven; From lightning and tempest; have mercy upon us miserable from plague, pestilence, and famine; siriners.
from battle and murder, and from O God the Son, Redeemer of sudden death ; the world; have mercy upon us Good Lord, deliver us. miserable sinners.
From all sedition, privy conspiO God the Son, Redeemer of racy, and rebellion; fiom all false the world ; have mercy upon us doctrine, heresy, and schism ; from miserable sinners.
hardness of heart, and contempt O Go the Holy Ghost, proceed of thy Word and Commandment; ing fiom the Father and the Son ; Good Lord, deliver us. have mercy upon us miserable By the mystery of thy holy Insinners.
carnation ; by thy holy Nativity and O God the Holy Ghost, proceed-Circumcision; hy thy Baptism, ing from the Father and the Son; Fasting, and Temptation ; huire mercy upon us miserable Good Lord, deliver us.
By thine Agony and Bloody O holy, blessed, and glorious Tri-Sweat; by thy Cross and Passion nity, three persons and one God; by thy precious Death and Burial; have mercy upon us miserable sin- by thy glorious Resurrection and nei's.
Ascension ; and by the coming of O holy, blessed, and glorious the Holy Glost; Trinity, three persons and one
Good Lord, deliver us. God; have mercy upon us miser- In all time of our tribulation; in uble sinners.
all time of our prosperity; in the Remember not, Lord, our of- hour of death, and in the day of terces, nor the offences of our fore-judgment; fathers; neither take thou vengeance Good Lord, deliver us. of our sins : spare us, good Lord, We sinners do beseech thee to spare thy people, whom thou hast hear us, O Lord God; and that it rerleemed with thy most precious may please thee to rule and govern blood, and be not angry with us thy holy Church universal in the for ever: Spare us, good Lord.
IVe beseech thee to hear us, good From a!l evil and mischief; from Lord. sin ; from the crafts and assaults of That it may please thee to bless tie devil; from thy wrath, and and preserve all Christian Rulers from everlasting damnation ; and Magistrates ; giving them grace
Good Looril, deliver 18. to execute justice, and to maintain
From all blindness of heart; from truth; pride, vain-glory, and hypocrisy ; We beseech thee to hear us, good from envy, hatred, and malice, and Lord. al) uncharitableness;
That it may please thee to illuGood Lord, deliver us. minate all Bishops, Priests, and From all inordinate and sinful af) Deacons, with true knowledge and
understanding of thy word; and pity upon all prisoners and captives; that both by their preaching and We beseech thee to hear us, goud living they may set it forth, and Lord. show it accordingly;
That it may please thee to deWe beseech thee to hear us, good fend, and provide for, the fatherless Lord.
children, and widows, and all who That it may please thee to bless are desolate and oppressed; and keep all thy people;
We beseech thee to hear us, good We beseech thee to hear us, good Lord. Lord.
That it may please thee to have That it may please thee to give mercy upon all men ;, to all
ions unity, peace, and con- We beseech thee to hear us, good corrl;
Lord. We beseech thee to hear us, good That it may please thee to for. Lord.
give our enemies, persecutors, and That it may please thee to give slanderers, and to turn their hearts; us an heart to love and fear thee, We beseech thee to hear us, good and diligently to live after thy Com-Lord. mandments;
That it may please thee to give We beseech thee to hear us, good and preserve to our use the kindly Lord.
fruits of the earth, so that in due That it may please thee to give 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, and to That it may please thee to give bring forth the truits of the Spirit ; sus true repentance, to forgive us all
We beseech thee to hear us, good our sins, negligences, and ignoran. Loril.
ces, and to endue us with the grace That it may please thee to bring of thy Holy Spirit, to amend our into the way of truth, all such as lives according to thy Holy Word; have erred, and are deceived ; We beseech thee to hear us, good
We beseech thee to hear us, good Lord. Lord.
Son of God, we beseech thee to That it may please thee to hear us. strengthen such as do stand, and to Son of God, we beseech thee to comfort and help the weak-hearted, hear us. and to raise up those who fall, and O Lamb of God, who takest finally to beat down Satan under away the sins of the world; our feet;
Grant us thy peace. Il'e 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- Have mercy upon us. cour, heip, and comfort all who are 1 The Minister may, at his discretion, in danger, necessity, and tribulation;
omit all that follows, to the Prayer, 196 We beseech thee to hear us, good humbly beseech thee, O Father," &c. Lord.
[O Christ, hear us. That it may please thee to pre- O Christ, hcar us. serve all who travel by land or by Lord, have mercy upon us. wateis, all women in the perils of Lord, have mercy upon us. child-birth, all sick persons, and Christ, have mercy upon us. young children, and to show way Christ, have mercy upon us.
Lord, have merzy upon us. Graciously look upon our afflic. Lord, have mercy upon us.
With pity behold the sorrows of 1 Then shall the Minister, and the People with bim, say the Lord's Prayer.
our hearts. OUR Father, who art in Heaven, Mercifully forgive the sins of
Hallowed thy people. Kingolam come; Thy Will be done Favourably with mercy hear ous: on Earth, as it is in Heaven ; Give prayers. us this day our daily bread; And
Ő Son of Darid, have mercy forgive us our trespasses, as we upon us. forgive those who trespass against
Both now and ever, vouchsafe to as; And lead us not into tempta
hear us, O Christ. tion; Butdeliver us fromevil. Amen.
Graciously hear us, o Christ; Min. O Lord, deal not with us graciously hear us, O Lord Christ.
Min. Lord, let thy mercy be according to our sins.
Ans. Neither reward us accord- showed upon us; ing to our iniquities.
Ans. As we do put our trust in
thee.] Let us pray;
Let O Gol, merciful Father, who despisest not the sigling of a con: We humbly beseech thee, o
Father, mercifully to look trite heart, nor the desire of such as upon our infirmities; and, for the are sorrowful; mercifully assist our glory of thy name, turn from us all prayers which we make before thee those evils that we most justly have in all our troubles and aclversities, deserved; and grant that, in all our whensocver they oppress us; and troubles, we may put our whole graciously hear us, that those evils trust and confidence in thy mercy: which tie craft and subtilty of the and evermore serve thee in holidevil or man worketh against us, ness and pureness of living, to thy may, by thy good providence, be honour and glory, through our only broughiť to naught; that we, thy Mediator and Advocate, Jesus servants, being hurt by no persecu-Christ our Lord. Amen. tions, may evermore give thanks
96. General Thanksgiving. unto thee in thy holy Church, through Jesus Christ our Lord, O Lord, arise, help us, and de
mercies, we, thine unworthy liver us, for thy rime's sake.
servants, do give thee mosi humble
and hearty thanks for all thy good. O
God, we have heard with nur ness anal loving-kindness to us, and
ears, and our father's have de-to all men. We bless thee for our clared unto the noble works creation, preservation, and all the that thou didst in their clays, and in blessings of this life; but, above all, the old time before them.
for thine inestimable love in the reO Lord, arise, help us, and de- demption of the world by our Lord liver 18, for thine honour. Jesus Christ; for the means of grace,
Glory be to the Father, and to and for the hope of glory. And, we the Son, and to the Holy Ghost; beseech thce, give us that due sense
Ans. As it was in the beginning, of all thy mercies, that our hearts is now, and ever shall be, world raay be unfeigneally thankful, and without end. simen.
that we may show forth thy praise, From our enemies defend us, 0 not only with our lips, but in our Christ.
'lives; by giving up ourselves to thy