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rather that he should be the gates of everlasting life;
John, xx. 1 10.
PILATE therefore took THE first day of the Jesus, &c.
unto their look on him whom they
own home. pierced.
Col. iii. 1 -11.
then be risen with
Christ, &c.—but Christ THE law, having a sha
is all and in all. dow, &c.
as ye see the day approaching.
The First Sunday after
THE COLLECT. THE COLLECT. O MERCIFUL God, by ALMIGHTY Father, whose power thy Son Jesus who hast given thine only Christ hath overcome Son to die for our sins, and death, and opened unto us to rise again for our justifi
They shall week, &c.
THIS is thankworthy, 1 John, v.4-12. &c. — shepherd
and WHATSOEVER is bishop of your souls. born of God, &c.
he who hath not the Son, hath not life.
The Third Sunday after
The Second Sunday after THE COLLECT.
ALMIGHTY God, who
in error, the light of thy ALMIGHTY God, who truth, to the intent that hast given thine only Son they may return into the to be unto us both a sa way
of righteousness; crifice for sin, and also an grant unto all those who example of godly life; are admitted into the felgive us grace, that we lowship of Christ's relimay always most thank gion, that they may avoid fully receive this inestima those things that are conble benefit, and daily en trary to their profession, deavour ourselves to follow and follow all such things
as are agreeable to the be fixed, where true joys same, through Jesus Christ
are to be found, through our Lord. Amen.
Jesus Christ our Lord.
John, xvi. 5 15. JESUS said to his disciples, A little while, &c.
JESUS said unto his your sorrow shall be disciples, Now I go my turned into joy.
and show it
THE COLLECT. O ALMIGHTY God, who alone canst order the unruly wills and affec O LORD, from whom tions of sinful men; grant
all good things do come; unto thy people, that they grant to us thy humble may love the thing which servants, that by thy holy thou commandest, and de- inspiration we may think sire that which thou dost those things that be good, promise ; that so among and by thy merciful guidthe sundry and manifold ing may perform the same, changes of the world, our through our Lord Jesus hearts may surely there Christ. Amen,
firming the word
word with John, xvi. 23 — 33. signs following. VERILY, verily, I say
FOR THE EPISTLE. unto you, &c.
Acts, i. 1-11. overcome the world.
THE former treatise THE EPISTLE.
have I made, &c. in James, i. 22 27. like manner as ye have BE ye doers of the
seen him go into heaven. word, &c. unspotted from the world.
The Sunday after Ascen
sion Day. The Ascension Day.
O GOD, the King of GRANT, we beseech glory, who hast exalted thee, Almighty God, that
thine only Son Jesus we do believe thy
Christ with great triumph only begotten Son our unto thy kingdom in heavLord Jesus Christ to have
beseech thee ascended into the heav
leave us not comfortless;
but send to us thine holy ens, so we may also in heart and mind thither Spirit to comfort us, and ascend, and with him con
unto the same tinually dwell, who liveth place whither our Saviour to make intercession for
Christ is gone before,
who liveth to make interus, at the right hand of God, for ever and ever.
cession for us at the right Amen.
hand of God for ever and
ever. Amen. THE GOSPEL. Mark, xvi. 14
John, xv. 26 xvi. 4. JESUS appeared unto the eleven, &c. con
WHEN the Comforter
GOD, who as at this
ALMIGHTY and evertime, didst teach the hearts lasting God, who hast of thy faithful people, by
given us thy servants grace, the sending to them the by the confession of a true light of thy holy Spirit; faith, to acknowledge the grant us by the same Spirit glory of thy eternal Godto have a right judgment head; we beseech thee in all things, and evermore
that thou wouldst keep us to rejoice in his holy com
steadfast in this faith, and fort, through Christ Jesus evermore defend
from our Saviour; in whose all adversities, who livest name we ascribe unto thee and reignestone God, all honour and glory now
world without end. Amen. and for ever. Amen.
John, iii. 1 15.
THERE was a man of JESUS said unto his the Pharisees, &c. disciples, If ye love me, should not perish, but have &c.
the Father eternal life.