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FOR THE EPISTLE. one another;
he who loveth God, love his Rev. iv. 1 11.
brother also. AFTER this I looked, and behold, &c. for thy pleasure they are, and were created.
The Third Sunday after
Whitsunday. The Second Sunday after THE COLLECT. Whitsunday.
O LORD, who never THE COLLECT.
faileth to help and govern O GOD, the strength those whom thou dost of all those who put their bring up in thy steadfast
fear and love; keep us, we trust in thee; mercifully
beseech thee, under the accept our prayers; and
protection of thy good probecause, through the weak
vidence, and make us to ness of our mortal nature, we can do no good thing have a perpetual fear and without thee, grant us the love of thy holy name, help of thy grace, that in
through Jesus Christ our
Lord. Amen. keeping thy commandments, we may please thee
THE GOSPEL. both in will and deed, through Jesus Christ our Luke, xiv. 16 — 24. Lord. Amen.
shall taste of my supLuke, xvi. 19 - 31. THERE was a
per. tain rich man, &c.
THE EPISTLE. though one rose from the dead.
1 John, iïi. 13THE EPISTLE.
MARVEL not, my 1 John, iv. 7 — 21. . brethren, &c.— by the
Spirit which he hath given BELOVED, let us love
The Fourth Sunday after without whom nothing is Whitsunday. strong, nothing is holy; in
crease and multiply upon THE COLLECT.
us thy mercy, that thou be
ing our ruler and guide, O LORD, we beseech
we may so pass through thee mercifully to hear us, things temporal, that we and grant that we, truly finally lose not the things seeking thine aid, may by eternal. Grant this, o thy mighty power be de heavenly Father, through fended, and by thy gracious Jesus Christ mercy be comforted in all Amen. dangers and adversities, through Jesus Christ our
Luke, vi. 36
therefore merciLuke, xv. 1 10.
ful, &c. the mote that
is in thy brother's eye, THEN drew near unto him all the publicans and
THE EPISTLE. sinners, &c. ner who repenteth.
Rom. viii. 31 39.
WHAT shall we then 1 Pet. v. 5 11. say to these things ? &c.
which is in Christ
. ALL of you be subject Jesus our Lord. one to another, &c. glory and dominion for ever Amen.
The Sixth Sunday after
The Fifth Sunday after
GRANT, O Lord, we beseech thee, that the course of this world may be so peaceably ordered by
1 Pet. iii. 8 - 15.
The Eighth Sunday after BE
Whitsunday. all of one mind,
ye &c. a reason of the
THE COLLECT. hope that is in you.
LORD of all power and might, who art the author
and giver of all · good The Seventh Sunday after things; graft in our hearts Whitsunday.
the love of thy name, in
crease in us true religion, THE COLLECT.
nourish us with all good
ness, and of thy great O God, who hast pre mercy keep us in the pared for those who love
same, through Jesus thee, such good things as
Christ our Lord. Amen. pass man's understanding ;
THE GOSPEL. pour into our hearts such love toward thee, that we, Mark, viii. 1—9. loving thee above all things, may obtain thy promises, IN those days, the mulwhich exceed all that we titude being very great, can desire, through Jesus &c. and he sent them Christ our Lord. Amen.
THE EPISTLE. The Tenth Sunday after
not that to whom ye yield, &c.
GRANT to us, Lord, eternal life, through Jesus we beseech thee, the spirit Christ our Lord.
to think and do always such things as be rightful ;
that we, who cannot do The Ninth Sunday after any thing that is good Whitsunday.
without thee, may by thee
be enabled to live accordTHE COLLECT.
ing to thy will, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen. O GOD, whose never failing providence ordereth
THE GOSPEL. all things both in heaven and earth; we humbly Luke, xvi. 1 9. beseech thee to put away from us all hurtful things,
JESUS said unto his and to give us those things disciples, There was a cerwhich be profitable for us,
tain rich man, &c. through Jesus Christ our into everlasting habitations. Lord. Amen.
Gal. vi. 1 - 10.
BRETHREN, if a man BEWARE of
be overtaken in a fault, prophets, &c.
&c. who are of the as the scribes.
household of faith.
Rom. viii. 12
BRETHREN, we are not debtors to the flesh, &c.
may be also glorified together.
The Eleventh Sunday
THE COLLECT. LET thy merciful ears,
O Lord, be open to the made partakers of thy heaprayers of thy humble ser venly treasure, through vants; and that they may
Jesus Christ our Lord. obtain their petitions, make Amen. them to ask such things as shall please thee, through
THE GOSPEL. Jesus Christ our Lord.
Luke, xviii. 9 . 14. Amen.
JESUS spake this paraTHE GOSPEL.
ble unto certain, &c. Luke, xix. 41-47. he who humbleth himself
shall be exalted. AND when he come near, &c. And THE EPISTLE. he taught daily in the tem 1 Cor. xv. 1 - 11. ple. THE EPISTLE.
BRETHREN, I de1 Cor. xii. 1 11.
clare unto you the gospel, &c.
we preach, CONCERNING spir and so ye believed. itual gifts, brethren, &c. dividing
to every man severally as he will.
The Thirteenth Sunday
The Twelfth Sunday after
ALMIGHTY and ever-
lasting God, who art al
ways more ready to hear, O GOD, who declarest than we are to pray, and thy almighty power chiefly art wont to give more than in showing mercy and pity; either we desire or demercifully grant unto us serve; pour down upon us such a
measure of thy the abundance of thy mergrace, that we, running the cy, forgiving us those things way of thy command whereof our conscience is ments, may obtain thy gra afraid, and giving us those cious promises, and be good things which we are