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grant that thy Holy Spirit
ver. 10, to v.21.
There was a certain.S.Joh.
4. ver. 46. to the end.
day after Trinity.
LOrd, we beseech thee to
keep thy houfhold the The twentieth Sunday after Church in continual godliTrinity.
ness; that thro' thy protecThe Collect.
tion it may be free from all Almighty and molt mer adversities
, and devoutly ciful God, of thy boun• given to serve thee in good tiful goodness keep us, we works, to the glory of thy beseech thee, from all things Name, thro' Jesus Christ that may hurt us; that we
our Lord. Amen. being ready both in body
The Epiftle. and soul, may chearfully I thank my God. Phil. I. accomplish those things that
ver. 3. to v. 12. thou wouldst have done, thro' Jesus Chrift our Lord. Peter said unto his. S. Mat. Amen.
18. ver. 21. to the end.
God, our refuge and Jesus said, the Kingdom. S. strength, who art the Mat. 22. ver. 1. to ver. 15. author of all godliness; Be The one and twentieth Sunday ready, we beleech thee, to after Trinity.
hear the devout
of The Colle&t.
thy Church ; and
grant that GRant, we beseech thee, those things which we ask
merciful Lord, to thy faithfully, we may obtain faithful people pardon and effectually, through Jesus peace ; that they may be Chritt our Lord. Amen. cleansed from all their fins,
The Epiftle. and serve thee with a quiet Brethren, be followers.Phil. mind, thro' Jesus Christ our 3. yer. 17. to the end. Lord. Amen.
If there be any more Sunday: Then went the Pharisees. S.
before Advent-Sunday, the Mat. 22. ver. 15. to v. 23.
Service of fome of those Sun
days that were omitted after The twenty fourth Sunday
the Epiphany, shall be taken after Trinity.
in to supply so many as are The Collect.
here wanting. And if there O , Lord, we befeech thee
be fewer, the overplus may absolve thy people from be omitted : Provided that their offences ; that thro' this last Collect, Epistle and tby bountiful goodness we Gospel, fall always be used may all be delivered from
upon the Sunday next before
didst give such grace
unto thy holy Apostle AnWe give thanks to God, drew, that he readily obeyed Col. 1. ver. 3. to ver. 13.
the calling of thy Son Jesus The Gospel.
Chrift, and followed him While Jefus spake. S. Mat. without delay ; Grant unto 9. ver. 18. to v. 27.
us all, that we being called
by thy holy word, may The twenty fifth Sunday af- fórthwith give up our selves ter Trinity.
obediently to fulfil thy holy The Colleet.
commandments, throʻ the STir up, we beseech thee, fame Jesus Christ our Lord.
OLord, the wills of thy Amen, faithful people, that they The Epiftle. plenteously bringing forth If thou shalt confess. Rom. the fruit of good works, may
10. ver. 9. to the end. of thee be plenteously rewarded, thro' Jesus Christ
The Gospel our Lord. Amen.
Jesus walking by the. S.
Mat. 4. ver. 18. to v. 23.
Saint Thomas the Apostle.
Almighty and everliving
God, who for the grea6. ver. 5. to v. 15.
ter confirmation of the Faith,
didst suffer thy holy Apostle The Presentation of Chrift Thomas to be doubtful in
in the Temple, commonly thy Son's Resurrectoin ; called, The Purification Grant us fo perfectly and of Saint Mary the Virgin., without all doubt to believe in thy Son Jesus Christ, that
The Collect. our faith in thy fight may never be reproved. Hear A Lmighty and everliving
God, we humbly beus, O Lord, thro' the same seech thy Majesty, that as Jesus Chrift, to whom with thy only begotten Son was thee, in the Holy Ghost, be presented in the temple in all honour and glory, now substance of our fleih ; fo and for evermore. Amen.
we may be presented unto The Epiftle. thee with pure and clean Now therefore ye. Eph. 2. hearts, by the same thy Son ver. 19. to the end.
Jesus Christ our Lord. A
For the Epistle.
Behold, I will send. Mal. 3.
ver. I, to v, 6.
And when the days. S. Luke
2. ver. 22. to V, 24.
Saint Matthias's Day.
The Colleet. the light of the Gospel to
into the place of the Grant, we beseech thee, Traitor Judas, didst choose that we having his wonder- thy faithful servant Matful conversion in remem- thias, to be of the number brance, may shew forth our of the twelve Apostles ; thankfulness unto thee for Grant that thy Church bethe fame, by following the ing always preserved from holy doctrine which he falle Apostles, may be ortaught, thro' Jesus Christ dered and guided by faithful our Lord. Amen.
and true pastors, through
For the Epiftle.
Ver. 15. to the end.
shine throughout the world; O Almighty God, who
The Gospel. At that time Jesus. S. Mat. I am the true vine. S. John
15. ver. I. to v. 12. II. ver. 25. to the end. The Annunciation of the bless. Saint Philip, and Saint
James's Day. ed Virgin Mary.
The Colle&t. The Colle Et. WEbeseech thee, O Lord, O Almighty God, whom
truly to know is everpour thy grace into lasting life ; Grant us perour hearts; that as we have fectly to know thy Son Jeknown the Incarnation of sus Christ to be the way, the thy Son Jesus Christ by the truth, and the life ; that folmessage of an Angel ; so bylowing the steps of thy holy his cross and paffion we may Apostles, Philip and James, be brought unto the glory we may stedfastly walk in of his Resurrection, through the way that leadeth to eterthe fame Jesus Christ our nal life, thro' the same thy Lord. Amen.
Son Jesus Christ our Lord. For the Epistle.
Amen. Moreover the Lord. Ifai. 7
The Epiftle. ver. 10. to v. 16. James a servant of. S. Jam. The Gospel.
I. ver. I. to v. 13.
The Gospel. And in the sixth Month.S. And Jesus faid unto. S. Job. Luke 2. ver. 26. to v.
14. ver. I. to v, 15. 39.
Saint Barnabas the Apostle. Saint Mark's Day.
The Colleet. The Colleet. O Almighty God, who O Lord God Almighty,
who didst endue thy hohaft instructed thy holy, ly Apostle Barnabas with Church with the heavenly fingular gifts of the Holy doctrine of thy holy Evan• Ghoft; leave us not, we begelift Mark; Give us grace, seech thee, destitute of thy, that being not like children manifold gifts, nor yet of carried away with every blast of vain doctrine, we thy honour and glory, thro'
grace to use them alway to may be established in the Jesus Christ our Lord. Atruth of thy holy Gospel, through Jesus Christ our
For the Epistle. Lord. Amen.
Tidings of these. Afts II. The Epistle.
ver. 22. to the end. Unto every one of. Eph. 4. ver. 7. to v. 17.
Jelus Christ our Lord. do This is my. S. John 15.ver. men. 12. to v. 27.
· For the Epiftle. Saint John Bapıiff's Day. About that time. Acts 12. The Collect.
ver. I. to v. I 2. ALmighty God, by whose
providence thy servant When Jesus came. S. Mat. John Baptist was wonderful
16. ver. 13. to v. 19. jy born, and sent to prepare
Saint James the Apostle. the way of thy Son our Savi.
The Golpel. our, by preaching of repentance; Make us is to follow GRant, O merciful God,
that as thine holy bis doctrine, and his holy life Apostle James, leaving his that we may truly repent ac- Father and all that he cording to his prezching; and had without delay, was after his example constantly obedient unto the calling speak the truth, to diy re- of thy Son Jesus Christ, and buke vice, and patiently fuf
followed him ; fo we forfafer for the truth's fake, thro' Jesus Christ our Lord. A king all world!y and cainal
be evermore For the Epistle.
ready to follow thy ho
ly commandments, through Comfort ye, comfort.is.40. Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
ver. I, to v. 12.
For the Epistle.
In those days came. Aets II.
ver. 27. to ch. 12. v. 3.
Then came to him. S.Mat. 0. Almighty God, who by
28. thy Son Jesus Christ didít Saint Bartholomew the Apogive to thy holy Apostle file. Peter many excellent gifts, I he Colleet. and commanded it
; ing. God, who didst give Make, we beseech thee, all thine Apostle BartholoBishops and Paftor: diligent. mew grace truly to believe ly to preach thy holy word, and to preach ihy word; and the people obediently to Grant, we beseech thee, unfollow the same, that they to thy Church co love that may receive the crown of Wordwhich he believed, and everlafting life, through both to preach and receive
20. ver. 20. to y.