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THE Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Love of God, and

the Fellowship of the Holy Ghost, be with you all 'evermore: Amen.

Monday Morning the folloring Exhortation is to be read before the

Blefling is given.


VINCE you are about to return to the Business of


Ordinary Calling, discharge it with a good Conscience, and behave your felves after such a manner, that whilst you are labouring for Temporal Things, you neglect not the Eternal.

You Magistrates, take Care what you do, for you do not execute Justice as from Man, but from God, who sits in Judgment in the midst of You. Let the Fear of the Lord be therefore with you,

for with God there is no Iniquity, nor Acceptance with Persons.

You People, be subject to the Higher Powers, not only for the
Fear of Wrath, but also for Conscience fake.
· You Fathers and Mothers, breed up your Children in the Instru-
Etion and Correction of the Lord, And you Children, obey your
Fathers and Mothers in all things in the Lord, for this is right.

You Husbands, love your Wives, and be not provoked against them, but behave your selves towards them with Discretion : And you Wives submit your selves to your Husbands as to the Lord.

You Masters, do Justice and Equity to your Servants, knowing that you also have a Master in Heaven. And you Servants, obey your Masters in the Simplicity of your Heart, as unto Christ, not as EyeServants, or desiring only to please Man, but doing heartily the Will of God, as Servants of Jesus Christ.

You Merchants, follow the Rules of Justice, Equity and Honesty,

You Handicrafts and Husband men, labour faithfully in your Calling, knowing that every one of you shall receive of the Lord according to what he has done.

You Old Men, bee sober, grave, prudent, sound in Faith and in Charity. And you Young Men, be moderate and humble, and remember your Creator in the Days of your Youth.

Let those that are aflicted," be as if they did not weep; and those that rejoice, as if they were without Joy; and those that use the World, as not abusing it; for the Fashion of this world passeth away.

My Brethren, Love not the World, nor the Things that are in the World; for if any one loves the World, the Love of the Father is


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The EVENING SERVICE not in him ; for the World palleth away and the Lusts thereof, but he that doth the Will of God abideth for ever.


THE Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Love of God, the

Fellowship of the Holy Ghost, be with us all evermore. Amen.

The End of the Morning Service.

The Evening Service. L

ET our Help_be in the Name of God, who hath made
Heaven and Earth. Amen.

Dearly Beloved Brethren,
VINCE we are here met together to worship God, to praise Him,

to hear his Word, and to offer our Prayers to Him, let us make Confession of our Sins, and implore his Mercy; to the end that the Service which we now render to Him, may be acceptable in his Presence.

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Lmighty God, Heavenly Father, we have linned against Thee,

and we are not worthy to be called thy Children ; but be Thou reconciled to us, pardon all our Sins, and bring us to everlasting Life by a fincere Repentance, for the sake of Jesus Christ thy Soa. Amen.

Lmighty God, who art the Father of our Lord Jesus Chrift,

pardon all those that truly repent and are converted to Hin. dmen.

Let us adore and praise the Lord our God.
Lord open our Lips, and our Mouths sball shew forth thy Praise.

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Here is to be read a Hymn, as in tbe Morning Service, then fing the

137 Stave of the 92 Pfalm, after which the following Prayer is to be read.

Merciful God, Heavenly Father, since we are about to hear thy

holy Word, we most humbly beseech Thee to grant us Grace to understand we the Meaning of it, and to live up to it, for the fake of Jesus Christ our Saviour. Amen.


Here she Lessons are to be read as in the Morning Service; after

which they read the following Prayers.

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Let us pray:
Lord have Mercy upon us.
Lord hear our Prayers, and let our Cry come unto Thee.
UR Father which art in Heaven: Hallowed be Thy Name:

Thy Kingdom come. Thy Will be done in Earth, as it is in Heaven. Give us this Day our daily Bread, And forgive us our Trespasses, as we forgive them that trespafs against us. And lead us not into Temptation, but deliver us from Evil. For Thine is the Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory, for ever and ever. Amen.

O Lord, let thy Mercy lighten upon us, and grant us thy Salvation.

Lord save thy People, and bless thine Inheritance.

O God, create it us new Hearts, and take not from us thy Holy Spirit. Here the People fong the 1st Stare of the 67th Pfalm, and then the

Minister goes on.

ORD, we beseech thy Divine Majesty to accept the Evening Sa

crifice of Praise, we offer unto Thee, and to hear the Prayers that we now make to Thee. Protect us during this Night, keep us from all sin, and from all Danger, to the end that we may praise and ferve Thee at all Times: Lord we commit our Souls into thy Hands : Guide us whilst we, wake, keep us whilst we sleep, to the end that whether we wake or sleep, we may be always with Thee, through Jesus Christ our Lord Amen.

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Men, and who wouldest that all sould be saved, and come to
the Knowledge of the Truth; hear the Prayers that we offer to Thee
for the Peace and Tranquillity of all Nations, and for the Convera
sion of the People that know Thee not.

We pray Thee for all Kings, Princes, and Magiftrates, and above
all, for the sacred Person of the King, for the Queen, for the Prince
Royal, for the Princess his Confort, and for the Prince and Princess
their Children, for all the Royal Family; for the Count of War-
temberg, Hereditary Governour-General, and for all that are in Au-
thority over us. We beseech Thee, O God, to preserve and fan&i-
fie more and more thy Church, which is fpread over all the Earth,
and particularly the Church of this place. Strengthen all the Pastors
and all the Ministers of thy Word.

Have Pity upon the People and Persons that are in Afiation. Deliver those that are perfecuted, and Captives for the sake of Truth. Alift the Sick and those that are at the point of Death (especially those for whom our Prayers are defired ]. Grant to harden'd Sinners Time and Means for Repentance. Strengthen in Faith and Piety those that are still weak. Give Grace to those that love and fear Thee, to persevere and to advance continually in Holiness.

Grant always, Lord, Peace to this Government. Bless the Fruits
of the Earth.' Bless this City, and all its Inhabitants. Blefs particu-
larly those Persons that do Works of Piety and Charity in this Church,
and all those that are here present, and who call upon Thee with a sin-
cere Heart.

O God hear us ! give us Grace to pass our Days in thy Fear, and
to finish them in thy Peace, through Jesus Christ our Lord; who
lives and reigns with Thee and the Holy Spirit, one only God blessed
for ever and ever. Amen.
Almighty God, who haft given us Grace at this time with one

Accord to make our common Supplications unto Thee, and doft
promise that when Two or Three are gathered together in thy
Name, Thou wilt grant their Requests: Fulfil now, O Lord, the
Desires and Petitions of thy Servants, as may be most expedient for
them ; granting us in this World Knowledge of thy Truth, and in
the World to come Life everlasting. Amen.

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My Brethren,
The End of all Things is at hand, be then sober, and vigilant.
The Lord be with you. God Almighty, Father, Son, and Holy
Ghost, bless you and protect you. Amen.





Prayer to be read on Tuesday Evening, instead of the foregoing : 0 Almighty God, who hath commanded, cc.

ame to be reproached because of our Sins, for we have offended against Thee in divers Alanners : We have not obey'd thy Word as we ought, we have daily provoked thy Wrath against us by our Ingratitude, for which Reaa fon Thoa: mightest justły punith us. But, O Lord, remember thy, Mercy, and have Pity on us. Grant us Grace to know our Sins throughly, to repent of them, and to amend our Lives.

Blek thy People, o God, strengthen thy Ministers, to the end that they may preach thy Word, and discharge their Ministry faithfully and with Zeal. Strengthen also the Princes and Magistrates into whose Hands Thou hast put the Sword of Authority, to the end that they may use it to thy Glory, and the Good of thy People.

Bless particularly the King, the Queen, the Prince Royal, the Princess his Confort, the Prince and Princess their Children, and all the Royal Family; the Count of Wartemberg, Hereditary Governour-General, and all those that are in Authority over us.

Turn, O good:God, thy Judgments from us, and be always our Protector. Defeat all tire Designs and all the Conspiracies that are formed against thy Church and thy Gospel:

O Lord, never deprive us of thy Word, nor take thy Holy Spirit from us. Grant that we may constantly persevere in the Faith, and in the. Fear of thy Name. Comfort and strengthen those Persons that are weak and afíicted, either in Body or in Mind, Cespecially those for whom our Prayers are desired] and grant us thy Peace, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

A Prayer to be added on Saturday Evening, at the End of the



ET us pray to God to prepare as 'for the Sanctification of

Almighty Lord, we praise Thee, and we thank Thee. from

our Heart and Mouth, for all the good. Things Thou haft beftowed upon, us during the whole Course of our Lives, and particularly in the Week that is now drawing to an End. We pray Thes alfo'to pardon all the Sins we have committed, and to grant us Thy Grace, to the end that we may employ the following Week, and our whole Life, to the Glory of thy holy Name, to the Edification of our Neighbour, and the Advancement of our Salvation.


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