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us, and incline our hearts to keep | Then shall follow one of these two Collects for the this law.
King, the Priest standing as before, and saying, Minister. Honour thy father and thy mother; that thy days may be ALMIGHTY God, whose kinglong in the land, which the Lord
dom is everlasting, and powthy God giveth thee.
er infinite; Have mercy upon the People. Lord, have mercy upon
whole Church; and so rule the heart us, and incline our hearts to keep of thy chosen fervant DuOS, saabkissa this law.
Konto and Governour, that she victoua, Minister. Thou shalt do no mur- / (knowing whose ministershe is) may der.
above all things seek thy honour People. Lord, have mercy upon
and glory: and that we, and all his her us, and incline our hearts to keep subjects (duly considering whose this law.
authority she hath) may faithfully Minister. Thou shalt not commit serve, honour, and humbly obey adultery.
hiss, in thee, and for thee, accordPeople. Lord, have mercy upon ing to thy blessed Word and ordius, and incline our hearts to keep nance; through Jesus Christ our this law,
Lord, who with thee and the Holy Minister. Thou shalt not steal.
Ghost liveth and reigneth, ever one People. Lord, have mercy upon
God, world without end. Amen. us, and incline our hearts to keep
Or, this law.
LMIGHTY and everlasting Minister. Thou shalt not bear God, we are taught by thy hofalse witness against thy neigh- ly Word, that the hearts of Kings bour.
are in thy rule. and governance, People. Lord, have mercy upon and that thou doft dispose and turn us, and incline our hearts to keep them as it seemeth best to thy this law.
godly wisdom: We humbly beseech Minister. Thou shalt not covet thee fo to dispose and govern the thy neighbour's house, thou thalt heart of AMIRSE thy Servant
, dit liams not covet thy neighbour's wife, nor awar Klug and Governour, that, in Victoria, our his servant, nor his maid, nor his all his thoughts, words, and works, ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that she may ever seek thy honour and
glory, and study to preserve thy People. Lord, have mercy upon people committed to hid charge, us, and write all these thy laws in in wealth, peace, and godliness : our hearts, we beseech thee. Grant this, O merciful Father, for
thy dear Son's fake, Jesus Christ The Lord and Giver of life, Who our Lord. Amen.
proceedeth from the Father and q Then shall be said the Collect of the Day. And
the Son, Who with the Father and immediately after the Collect the Priest shall read the Son together is worshipped and of Scripture appointed for the Epistle] is written glorified, Who spake by the Proin the Chapter of — beginning at the phets. And I believe one CathoVerse. And the Epistle ended, he shall say, Here
lick and Apoftolick Church. I acendeth the Epistle. Then shall he read the Gospel (the people all standing up) saying, The holy Gos- knowledge one Baptism for the pel is written in the Chapter of — begin- remission of fins, And I look for ning at the Verse. And the Gospel ended, shall be sung or said the Creed following, the peo
the Resurrection of the dead, And ple still standing, as before.
the life of the world to come.
. I Believe in one God the Father Amen. ,
Then the Curate shall declare unto the people what and earth, And of all things visible Holy-days, or Fasting-days, are in the Week fol and invisible :
lowing to be observed. And then also (if occasion
be) shall notice be given of the Communion ; und And in one Lord Jesus Christ,
Briefs, Citations, and Excommunications read. the only-begotten Son of God,
And nothing shall be proclaimed or published in
the Church, during the time of Divine Service, but Begotten of his father before all
by the Minister: nor by him any thing, but what is worlds, God of God, Light of Light, prescribed in the Rules of this Book, or enjoined
by the King, or by the Ordinary of the place. Very God of very God, Begotten,
, of the Hominot made, Being of one fubstance Then shall follow the Sermon, or one
lies already set forth, or hereafter to be set forth, with the Father, By whom all by authority. things were made: Who for us Then shall the Priest return to the Lord's Table,
and begin the Offertory, saying one or more of men, and for our salvation came
these Sentences following, as he thinketh most condown from heaven, And was in- venient in his discretion. carnate by the Holy Ghost of the ET your light so shine before Virgin Mary, And was made man, men, that they may see
your And was crucified also for us un- good works, and glorify your Fader Pontius Pilate. He suffered ther which is in heaven. St. Matt. v. and was buried, And the third Lay not up for yourselves treaday he rose again according to
the earth; where the rust the Scriptures, And ascended into and moth doth corrupt, and where heaven, And fittęth on the right thieves break through and steal : hand of the Father. And he shall but lay up for yourselves treasures come again with glory to judge in heaven; where neither ruft nor both the quick and the dead : moth doth corrupt, and where Whose kingdom shall have no end. | thieves do not break through and
And I believe in the Holy Ghost, I steal. St. Matt. vi.
Whatfoever ye would that men , ingly, or of necessity; for God lovshould do unto you, even fo do eth a cheerful giver. 2 Cor. ix. unto them; for this is the Law Let him that is taught in the and the Prophets. St. Matt. vii. Word minister unto him that teach
Not every one that faith unto eth, in all good things. Be not me, Lord, Lord, fall enter into deceived, God is not mocked : for the Kingdom of heaven; but he whatsoever a man soweth that shall that doeth the will of my Father he reap. Gal. vi. which is in heaven. St. Matt. vii. While we have time, let us do
Zacchæus stood forth, and said good unto all men ; and specially unto the Lord, Behold, Lord, the unto them that are of the houshold half of my goods I give to the of faith. Gal. vi. poor; and if I have done any wrong Godliness is great riches, if a to any man, I restore fourfold. St. man be content with that he hath: Luke xix.
for we brought nothing into the Who goeth a warfare at any time world, neither may we carry any of his own cost? Who planteth a thing out. 1 Tim. vi. vineyard, and eateth not of the Charge them who are rich in fruit thereof? Or who feedeth a this world, that they be ready to flock, and eateth not of the milk give, and glad to distribute ; laying of the flock? 1 Cor. ix.
up in store for themselves a good If we have fown unto you fpiri- foundation against the time to tual things, is it a great matter if come, that they may attain eternal we shall reap your worldly things? life. 1 Tim. vi. 1 Cor. ix.
God is not unrighteous, that he Do ye not know, that they who will forget your works, and labour minister about holy things live of that proceedeth of love; which love the facrifice; and they who wait ye have shewed for his Name's at the altar are partakers with the fake, who have ministered unto the altar? Even so hath the Lord also faints, and yet do minister. Heb. vi. ordained, that they who preach the To do good, and to distribute, Gospel should live of the Gospel. forget not; for with such sacrifices 1 Cor. ix.
God is well pleased. Heb. xiii. He that soweth little shall reap Whoso hath this world's good, little; and he that soweth plente- and seeth his brother have need, ously shall reap plenteously. Let and shutteth up his compassion every man do according as he is from him, how dwelleth the love disposed in his heart, not grudg- of God in him? 1 St. John iii.
alms or oblations, then shall the words
alms and oblations
Give alms of thy goods, and thee most mercifully never turn thy face from any poor [to accept our alms
If there be ne man; and then the face of the and oblations, and] Lord shall not be turned away to receive these our [of accepting our from thee. Tob. iv.
prayers, which we
be left out unsaid. Be merciful after thy power. If offer unto thy Dithou haft much, give plenteoufly: vine Majesty ; beseeching thee to if thou haft little, do thy diligence inspire continually the universal gladly to give of that little : for Church with the spirit of truth, fo gatherest thou thyself a good unity, and concord: And grant, reward in the day of necessity. that all they that do confess thy Tob. iv.
holy Name may agree in the truth He that hath pity upon the of thy holy Word, and live in poor lendeth unto the Lord : and unity, and godly love. We beseech look, what he layeth out, it shall be thee also to save and defend all paid him again. Prov. xix. Christian Kings, Princes, and Go
Blessed be the man that provid- vernours; and specially thy servant eth for the fick and needy: the GEORGE our King; that under Lord shall deliver him in the time him we may be godly and quietly of trouble. Psal. xli.
governed : And grant unto his whole Council
, and to all that are Whilst these Sentences are in reading, the Deacons, Church-wurdens, or other fit person appointed for put in authority under him, that that purpose, shall receive the Alms for the Poor, they may truly and indifferently and other Devotions of the people, in a decent bason
minister justice, to the punishment to be provided by the Parish for that purpose; and reverently bring it to the Priest
, who shall humbly of wickedness and vice, and to the present and place it upon the holy Table.
maintenance of thy true religion, And when there is a Communion, the Priest shall and virtue. Give grace, O heaventhen place upon the Table so much Bread and Wine, ly Father, to all Bishops and Cuas he shall think sufficient.
rates, that they may both by their After which done, the Priest shall say,
life and doctrine set forth thy true Let us pray for the whole state of and lively Word, and rightly and
Christ's Church militant here in duly administer thy holy Sacraearth.
ments: And to all thy people give LMIGHTY and everliving thy heavenly grace; and especially
God, who by thy holy Apostle to this congregation here present; haft taught us to make prayers, and that, with meek heart and due refupplications, and to give thanks, verence, they may hear, and refor all men ; We humbly beseechceive thy holy Word; truly serving thee in holiness and righteousness , us, but also to be our spiritual food all the days of their life. And we and sustenance in that holy Sacramost humbly beseech thee of thyment. Which being fo divine and goodness, O Lord, to comfort and comfortable a thing to them who fuccour all them, who in this tran- receive it worthily, and fo dangersitory life are in trouble, forrow, ous to them that will presume to need, fickness, or any other adver- receive it unworthily; my duty is fity. And we also bless thy holy to exhort you in the mean season Name for all thy servants departed to consider the dignity of that holy this life in thy faith and fear ; be mystery, and the great peril of the seeching thee to give us grace fo unworthy receiving thereof; and to follow their good examples, that fo to search and examine your own with them we may be partakers of consciences, (and that not lightly, thy heavenly kingdom: Grant this, and after the manner of dislemO Father, for Jesus Christ's fake, blers with God; but so that ye our only Mediator and Advocate. may come holy and clean to fuch Amen.
a heavenly Feaft, in the marriageWhen the Minister giveth warning for the celebra garment required by God in holy tion of the holy Communion, (which he shall always Scripture, and be received as wordo upon the Sunday, or some Holy-day, imniediately preceding,) after the Sermon or Homily ended, he thy partakers of that holy Table. shall read this Exhortation following.
The way and means thereto is; DEA
EARLY beloved, on — day First, to examine your lives and
next I purpose, through God's conversations by the rule of God's affiftance, to administer to all such commandments; and whereinfoas shall be religiously and devoutly ever ye shall perceive yourselves disposed the most comfortable Sa- to have offended, either by will, crament of the Body and Blood word, or deed, there to bewail of Christ; to be by them received your own sinfulness, and to confess in remembrance of his meritorious yourselves to Almighty God, with Cross and Paffion; whereby alone full purpose of amendment of life. we obtain remission of our fins, And if
ye perceive your of and are made partakers of the fences to be fuch as are not only Kingdom of heaven. Wherefore against God, but also against your it is our duty to render most hum- neighbours; then
shall reconcile ble and hearty thanks to Almighty yourselves unto them; being ready God our heavenly Father, for that to make reftitution and satisfaction, he hath given his Son our Saviour according to the uttermost of your Jesus Christ, not only to die for powers, for all injuries and wrongs