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MORNING PRAYER,

Daily throughout the Year.

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19 9 At the beginning of Morning Prayer, the Miniser shall read with

a loud voice some one or more of these sentences of the Scripturas that follozu:

and then he shall say that which is written after the faid Sentences.

: turneth away from his fess our fins, God is faithful and wickednels that he hath com- juft to forgive us our fins, and mitted, and doeth that which is to cleanse us from all unright. lawful and right, he shall save cousness. 1 S. John 1. 8, 9. his soul alive. Ezek. 18. 27.

EARLY beloved brethren, 1 acknowledge my tranfgref- DEA

the Scripture moveth us in hons, and my an is ever before fundry places to acknowledge me. Pfal. 51. 3.

and confefs our manifold fins Hide thy face from my fins, and wickedness; and that we and blot out all mine iniquities. Thould not diffemble nor cloke Pfal. 51. 9.

them before the face of AlmighThé facrifices of God are a broken fpirit: a broken and a but confels them with an hum.

ty God our heavenly Father: contrite heart, y God, thou wilt ble, lowly, penitent, and obe. not despise. Pfal. 51. 17.

dient heart; to the end that we Rend your heart and not may obtain forgiveness of the your garments, and turn unto fame by his infinite goodness 5

the Lord your' God: for he is and mercy. And although we gracious and merciful, flow to ought at all times humbly to acånger, and of great kindnels, knowledge our fans before God, and repenteth him of the evil. yet oght we mort chiefy, fo to Yoel 2. 13.

To the Lord our God be. do, when we atiemble and meet long mercies and forgivenesses, the great benefits that we have

together, to render thanks for though we have rebelled against received at his hands, to set forth him: neither have we obeyed his moft worthy praise, to hear the voice of the Lord our God, his most holy word, and to alk to walk in his laws which he let those things which are requisite before us. Dan. 9.9, 10.

and necesary, as well for the O Lord, correct îne, but with body as the soul. Wherefore ! judgement; not in thine anger, pray and beseech you, as many left thou bring me to nothing as are here preient, to accon Jer. 10. 24. Pjal. 6. I. Repent ye; for the kingdom of humble voice, unto the throne

pány me with a pure heart, and heaven is at hand. S, Mi stih. 3. 2. I will arise and go to ny after me:

of the heavenly grace, saying 4

father, and will say unto him,
Father, I have finned againft 9 A general Confeffion to be farid
heaven, and before thee, and

of the whole Congregatron after
am no more worthy to be called the Minister, all kneeling.
Enter not into judgement with A tu father, we have

merred thy servant, O Lord: for in thy and frayed from thy ways like il fight shall no man living be lost sneep. We have followed too juitified. Pfal. 143. 2.

much the devices and desires of If we say that we have no fin, our own hearts. We have of. We deceive ourselves, and the fended against thy holy laws.

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We have left undone those things is in heaven : Give us this day our which we ought to have done; daily bread; And forgive us our And we have done those things trespasses, as we forgive them which we ought not to have that trespass against us; And done: And there is no health lead us ‘not into temptation; is us. But thou, O Lord, have But deliver us from evil: For mercy upon us, miferable of thine is the kingdom, and the fenders. Spare thou them, o power, and the glory, for ever God, which confess their faults. and ever. Amen. Restore thou them that are pe Then likewise he mall say, nitent; According to thy pro- O Lord, open thou our lips; mites declared unto mankind in

Answ. And our inouth thall Christ Jesu our Lord. And grant, thew forth thy praise. O moit inerciful Father, for liis Priest. O God, make fpeed to fake, That we may hereafter fave us : live a godly, righteous, and 10- Anw. O'Lord make harte to ber lite, To the glory of thy ho- help us. ly Name. Amen. The Absolution or Remision of

Here all standing up, the Priest

shall fuy, fins, to le pronounced by the 'Priest alone, standing ; the the son: and to the Holy Ghost;

Glory be to the Father, and to People still kneeling,

Anfw. As it was in the be. A to our Lord Jefus Chrit, sier hun end without

end. ginning, is now, and ever hall

Ainen. who dofireth not the death of a haner, but rather that he may

Prisst. Praise ye the Lord. turn from his wickedness and

Anfw. The Lord's Name be live; and hath given power and

praised. comniandment to his Ministers, Then shall be said or jung this to declare and pronounce to his

Psalm following ; except people, being penitent, the Ab- Eafter-day, upon which an. folution and Remiffion of their

other Anthemi is appointed : fins: He pardoneth and absolv.

and on the Nineteenth day of eth all them that truly repent,

every Month it is 110t to be and unfeignedly believe his holy read here, but in the ordinary Gospel. Wherefore let us bé. course of the Pfalms. feech him to grant us true re- Venite, exultemus Domino. pentance, and his Holy Spirit, him which we do at this

pre O COME, let us fing unto the fent, and that the rest of our life in the strength of our salvation. hereafter may be pure and holy, Let us come before his pre10 that at the last we may come fence with thankıgiving: and to his eternal joy, through Jesus Thew ourselves glad in him with Christ our Lord.

psalms. I The People Shall answer here, For the Lord is a great God:

and at the end of all other and a great king above all gods. Prayers, Amen.

In his hand are all the corners Then the Minister shall kneel, of the earth : and the itrength and say the Lord's Prayer with of the hills is his allo. an audible voice; the People The sea is his, and he made also kneuling, and repeating it it: and his hands prepared the with hi79, both here,

dry land. wherefoever elje it is used in ó come, let us wornip, and divine Service.

fall down : and kneel before the UR Father which art in Lord our Maker. O heaven, Hallowed be thy For he is the Lord our God: Name;. Thy kingdom come; and we are the people of his paf. Thy will be done in earth, as it ture, and the theep of his hand.

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To day if ye will hear his voice, harden not your hearts :

Te Deum laudamus. the day of temptation in the wil. acknowledge thee to be dernels;

the Lord. When your fathers tempted All the earth doth worship me; proved me, and saw my thee: the Father everlasting. works.

To thee all angels cry aloud : Forty years long was I grieved the heavens, and all the powers with this generation, and said : therein. It is a people that do err in their To thee Cherubin and Sera. hearts, for they have not known phin : continually do cry, my ways.

Holy, holy, holy: Lord God of Unto whom I (ware in my Sabaoth; wrath : that they fhould not en- Heaven and earth are full of ter into iny reft.

the majesty, : of thy glory. Glory be to the Father, and

The glorious company of the to the son : and to the Holy Apoftles : praise thee. Ghoft;

The goodly, fellowship of the As it was in the beginning, is Prophets : praise thee. now, and ever fhall be : world

The noble army of Martyrs : without end. Amen.

praise thee.

The holy Church throughout 1 Then Mall follow the Psalms all the world : doth acknowledge

in order as they are appointed. thee;
And at the end of every Psalm The Father : of an infinite
throughout the Year, and like. Majefty;
wife at the end of Benedicite, Thiné honourable, true : and
Benedi&us, Magnificat, and only Sun;
Nunc dimittis, shall be repeat- Also the Holy Ghost : the Com-
od,

forter.
Glory be to the Father, and

Thou art the King of glory : to the Son : and to the Holy O Chrift; Ghoft;

Thou art the everlasting son: Answ. As it was in the begin of the Father. ning, is now, and ever shall be :

When thou tookeft upon thee world without end. Amen. to deliver man : thou didft not

abhor the Virgin's womb. Then shall be read distindly, When thou hadft overcome the with an audible voice, the firt sharpness of death : thou didit Leffon taken out of the old open the Kingdom of Heaven to Teftament, as is appointed in all believers. the Calendar (except there be Thou sitteft at the right hand proper Lessons aligned for that of God : in the glory of the FaDay :)

He that readeth so ther.
fanding and turning himself, We believe that thou shalt

as he may bejt be heard of all come : to be our judge.
such as are present. And after We therefore pray thee, help
that shall be said of sung in thy servants : whom thou hait
English, the Hymn called Te De redeemed with thy precious
um laudamus, daily through. blood.
out the rear

Make them to be numbered

with thy saints : in glory ever| Note, that before every Lesson, lafting.

the Minister shall say, Here O Lord, save thy people : and
beginneth such a Chapter, or bless thine heritage.
Verse of such , a Chapter of Guvern them and lift them
such a Book : And after every up for ever.
Lesson, Here endeth the First, Day by day : we magnify
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And we worhip thy Name : ye the Lord : praise him, and cver world without end.

magnify him for ever. Vouchfafe, O Lord : to keep Oye Light and Darkness, bless us this day without fin.

ye the Lord : praise him, and O Lord, have mercy upon us : magnify tim for ever. have mercy upon us.

O ye Lightnings and Clouds, O Lord, let thy mercy light- bless ye the Lord : praise him, en upon us : as our trust is in and magnify him for ever. thee.

O let the Earth bless the Lord : O Lord, in thee have I trufted : yea, let it praise him, and maglet me never be confounded. : nify hin for ever.

Oye Mountains and Hills, bless Or this Canticle :

ye the Lord : praise him, and

magnity him for ever. Benedicite, omnia opera Domini.

o all' ye green Things upon 0

ALL ye Works of the the Earth, bless ye the Lord :

Lord, bless ye the Lord : praile him, and magnify him for praise him, and magnify him for ever..

Oye Wells, bless ye the Lord : O ye Angels of the Lord, blefs praise him, and inagnify him for ye the Lord : praise him, and ever. magnify him for ever.

Oye Seas and Floods, bless ye Oye Heavens, bless ye the the Lord : praise him, and magLindror emaife him, and magnify nify him for heaver,

ye Whales, and all that O_ye Waters that be above move in the waters, bless ye the the Firmamen“, bless yethe Lord: Lord : praise him, and magnisy praise hiin, and magnify him for him for ever. ever.

O all ye Fowls of the air, bless O all ye Powers of the Lord, ye the Lord : praise him, and bless ye the Lord : praise him, magnify him for ever. and magnify him for ever. O all ye Beasts and Cattie,

Oye Sun and Moon, bless ye bless ye the Lord : praise him, the Lord : praise him, and mag- and magnify him for ever. him for ever.

Oye Children of men, bless ye the Lord praise

him, and mag- nify hier ffrael bless the Lord : ye Stars of Heaven, bless ye the Lord : praise him, and mag. nify bien showers and Dew, bless praise him, and magnify him ye the Lord : praise him, and for ever. magnify him for ever.

Oye Pricfts of the Lord, blets Oye Winds of God, bless ye ye. the Lord : praise him, and the Lord : praise him, and mag. magnify him for ever. nify him for ever.

Oye Servants of the Lord, o ye Fire and Heat, bless ye bless ye the Lord : praise hiin, the Lord : praise him, and mag- and magnify him for ever. nify him for ever.

Oye Spirits and Souls of the 0 ye Winter and Summer, righteous, bless ye the Lord : bless ye the Lord : praise him, praise him, and magnify him and magnify him for ever.

for ever, Oye Dews and Frofts, bless ye o ye holy and humble Men the Lord : praise him, and mag- of heart, bless ye the Lord : nify him for ever.

praise him, and magnify him for ó ye Frost and Cold, bless ye ever. the Lord : praise him, and mag- O Ananias, Azarias, and Misael, nify him for ever.

bless ye the Lord : praise him, o ye Ice and Snow, bless ye and magnify him for ever. the Lord : praise him, and magnify him for ever.

Glory be to the Father, &c. ye Nights and Days, blefs As it was in the beginning, &c.

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ner the second Lesion, taken out 1 Or this Pfalm:
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And after that the Hymn following: Subilate Deo. Pfal. 100, except when that shall happen 10. be read in the Chapter for O BE joyful in the Lord, all the Day, or for the Gospel on

with gladness, and come before S. John Bapui's Day.

his presence with a song. Benedi&us. S. Luke 1. 68.

Be ye sure that the Lord he is

God; it is he that hath made LESSED be the Lord God of us, and not we ourselves : we Ifrael : for he hath vifited

are his people, and the theep of

his and redeemed his people;

pasture. And hath raised up a mighty with thanksgiving, and into his

go your way into his gates Calvation for us : in the house of courts with praise : be thankful his servant David;

As he (pake by the mouth of unto him, and speak good of his his holy Prophets : which have been fince the world began;

For the Lord is gracious, his That we should be saved from mercy is everlafting : and his our enemies : and from the hands truth endureth from generation

to generation. of all that hate us ;

Glory be to the Father, and To perform the mercy pro to the son : and to the Holy mised to our forefathers : and to remember his, holy cove

Ghoft;

As it was in the beginning, is
nant;
To perform the oath which now, and ever shall be : world

without end. Amen.
he 'sware to our forefather
Abraham : that he would give
US;

I Then shall be fung or said the That we being delivered out of Apoftles' Creed by the Minister the hand of our enemies : might and the People flanding, except serve him without fear;

only such days as the Creed of In holiness and righteousness s. Athanafius is appointed to be before him : all the days of our Tead. Jife.

I ed the Prophet of the Higheft : Almighty, Maker of Heaven for thou ihalt go before the and Earth : face of the Lord to prepare his And in Jesus Chrift his only ways';

Son our Lord; Who was con. To give knowledge of falva- ceived by the Holy Ghost, Born tion unto his people : for the re- of the Virgin Mary; Suffered million of their fins,

under Pontius Pilate, Was cruThrough the tender mercy of cified, dead and buried; He deour God: whereby the Day- scended into hell : The third spring from on high hath visited day he rose again from the dead.

He ascended into Heaven, And To give light to them that fit fitteth on the right band of God in darkness, and in the shadow the Father Almighty; From of death : and to guide our feet thehce he thall come to judge into the way of peace.

the quick and the dead. Glory, be to the Father, and I believe in the Holy Ghoft; to the Son : and to the Holy The holy Catholick Church; Ghoft;

The Communion of Saints; The As it was in the beginning, is Forgiveness of fins; The Relurnow, and ever shall be ; world rection of the body, And the Life without end. Amen.

everlafting. Amen.

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