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and conscientious dealing, in contentedness, and compassion to the poor:
In truth and integrity, good nature and candour, and à charity that believes, and hopes, and always speaks, the best :
In moderate and virtuous affec. tions, holy and clean imaginations, and perseverance in good works unto the end.
Make me to go in the path of these Commandments, for herein is
Consider my spiritual enemies, how many they are; and the tyrannous hate they bear against me.
O keep my soul, and deliver me: Let me not be confounded, for I have put my trust in thee.
Repeat the ARTICLES of the
[After which say,] Grant me always to hold fast the profession of my faith without wavering; for thou art faithful who hast promised. •
To this hope set before me I have fled for refuge; Olet me lay hold upon, and always find it, an anchor of the soul both sure and stedfast, and which entereth into that within the veil.
An Act of INTERCESSION, as
before on SUNDAY.
[After which add,]
God be merciful unto me, and bless me, and shew me the light of his countenance, and be merciful unto
O God, even my own God, give me thy blessing, and receive my supplications.
Direct my life according to thy word ; grant me a holy soul, an un. defiled body, pure thoughts, orderly desires : and since, if thou wilt, thou canst make me whole, Lord, renew every part of me, and say
I will, be thou all over clean.
An Act of Praise.
WILL always give thanks unto the Lord, his praise shall ever be in my mouth.
For he is the Lord, the Lord God, merciful and gracious, long-suffering, and abundant in goodness and truth; keeping mercy for thouSands, forgiving iniquity, transgression and sin: Who, notwithstanding, will by no means clear the oba stinate guilty, but visit the iniquity of such fathers upon their children, and upon their childrens children.
Glory therefore be to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will towards men.
O God, thou art my God, early will I seek thee.
Blessed art thou, O Lord, who didst, as on this day, gather together the waters into one place, and command the dry land to appear.
Who didst then also bring forth the herb yielding seed, and the fruittree yielding fruit after his kind.
To which almighty operation we stand indebted for the wonders of the great deep, and the sea shut up as it were with bars; for lakes, rivers, and fountains; for earth, continents, and islands; mountains, little hills, and valleys; arable land