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The ORDER for
Daily throughout the Year:
9: The Service may begin with some of these Sentences.
HEN the to the Lord your God; for
turneth away flow 10 anger, and of great
ednefs that be of the evil. Foel 2. 13. hath committed, and doth. To the Lord our God be that which is lawful and long mercies and forgivenesright, he thall fave his foul ses, though we have rebelled alive. Ezek. 18. 27. against him : neither have ... I acknowledge my trans- we obeyed the voice of the greffions, and my fin is ever Lord our God, to walk in before me. Pfal. št. 3.': bis Laws which he set bie
Hide thy face from my fore usi , Dan. 9.9, 10.fins, and blot out all mine O Lord correct us, but iniquities. Pfal. 51. 9. with Judgment; not in
The facrifices of God are thine anger, left chou bring a broken fpirit:a broken and us to nothing. Jer. 10. 24. a contrite heart, O God, Pfal. 6. 1. thou wilt not defpife. Pfal. Repent ye; for the king50. 17.
dom of heaven is at hand. 12: Rent your hearts, and not S. Mattb. 3. 2. pour garments, and turn un
I will arife and go to my
Father, and I will say unto hands, to set forth his most him; Father I have finned worthy praise, and hear his against heaven, and before most holy Word, and to ask thee, and am no more wor- those things which are rethy to be called thy son. quisite and necessary, as well S. Luke 15. 18, 19.1 for the body as the foul.
Enter not into judgment Wherefore I pray and bewith thy servants, O Lord; seech you, as many as are for in thy-fight shall no man, here present...to accompany living be justified... Balik me with a pure heart, and 143. 2.
humble voice, unto the If we say that we have no throne of the heavenly grace, fin, we deceive ourselves, saying after me. I and the truth is not in us. A general Confeffion to be faid But if we confess our fins, of the whole Congregation, God is faithful and just to after the Minister, all forgive us our fins, and to kneeling. cleanfe us from all unrigh: Almighty and most merteoufness. 1 S. John 1. 8, 9. ciful Father, we have
bre- erred and strayed from thy D. Early beloved
thren, the Scripture ways like loft theep. We moveth us in sundry places have followed too much the to acknowledge and confess devices and desires of our our manifold fins and wick- own hearts. We have of. edness; and that we fhould fended against thy holy laws. not diffemble norcloak them We have left undone those before the face of Almighty things which we ought to God, our heavenly Fatherl; have done; And we have but confess them with an done those things which we humble, lowly, penitent,and ought not to have done; And sobedient heart; to the end there is no health in us. But that we may obtain forgive thou, O Lord, have mercy ness of the fame, by his infi- upon us, miserable offenders. nite goodnefs ) and njercy. Spare thou them, i0 God, And as we oughts at all which confess their faults: times humbly to acknow. Reftore thou them that are ledge bur fins before God, penitent: According to thy so ought we particularly fo promtes declared unto manto do, when we affembleland kind in Christ Jesus our Imeet together; to render Lord. And
And grant, moft thanks for the great benefits merciful Father, for his fake; that we have received at his That: we may hereafter live
a godly, righteous, and sober Judge of all men ; We ac life, To the glory of thy ho- knowledge and bewail our ly, Name. Amen.
manifold fins and wickedThe Absolution or Remission ness, Which we from time
of fins; to be pronounced to time moft grievously by the Bishop or Priest a- have committed, by thought,
lone, standing; the People word,' and deeds against Atill kneeling. 19
thy divine Majesty, provoA Lmighty God, the Fa- king mot justly thy wrath
ther of our Lord Je- and indignation againft us. sus Christ, who desireth not Grant that we may earnestly the death of a sinner, but ra- repent, and be heartily for. ther that he may turâ from ry for all our fins, and his wickedness and live; and provocations : that the rehath given power and com- membrance of them may be mandment to his Ministers, grievous unto us; as, the to declare and pronounce to burden of them is intolerahis people, being penitent, ble." Have mercy upon us,
the absolution and remiffion have mercy upon us, moft of their fins : He pardoneth merciful Father : For thy
and absolveth all them that Son our Lord Jesus Christ's truly repent, and unfeigned- fake, forgive us all that is ly believe his holy Gospel. paft : and grant that we Wherefore we beseech him mayi ever hereafter ferve "to grant us true' repentance, and please thee in newness and his Holy Spirit, that of life, To the honour and those things may please him glory of thy Name, Thro' which we do at this present, Jesus Chrift' our Lord. "and that the rest of our life Amen.
1 hereafter may be pure and A Lmighty God our hea"holy, so that at the last we venly Father, i who of -may come to his eternal joy, «his great mercy hath pro
thro' Jesus Christ our Lord. «mised forgiveness of fins to The People fall answer here, all them that with hearty .? and at the end of all Pray- repentance and true faith ers, Amén.on
turn unto him; Have merOn the Lord's day, instead of cy upon you, pardon and
the ordinary Confession and deliver you from all your
Absolution, thefe Following fins, confirm and Atrengthen -h may be used.
-you in all goodness, and Almighty God, Father bring you to everlasting life,
of our Lord Jesus thro? Jesus Christ our Lord. Chrift, Maker of all things, Amen.
Note, That when none büt Then on Saturdays fall the
the faithful are present, the fölloguing Pfalm, ar the Service may begin here, 8th or 19th be ufed: but on UR Father which art Sundays, and between Ea
in Heaven ; Hallowed Ster and Pentecost, the be thy Name. Thy King 103. Pfalm is to be used dom come. Thy will be in their fead. done on Earth, As it is in Heaven. Give us this day Come let us fing unto our daily bread. And for the Lord, let us hearDebts, as
give us our *tref tily rejoice in the strength we forgive our passes, as we for- of our Salvation. Debtors.
give them that Let us come before his trespass against us. And
And presence with thanksgiving, tead us not into temptation; and few our selves glad in But deliver us from tevil: him with Pfalms. + Tbeidvil Orla For thine is
For the Lord is a great the kingdom, the power, and God, and a great King athe glory, Forever and ever. bove all gods. Amen.
In his hands are all the Tibèn likewife he shall fay, corners of the earth : and 1. O Lord open thou our the strength of the hills is lips:
his also. Anfi. And our mouth The fea is his, and he Dall thew forth thy praise. made it, and his hands preL Priet. O God, make pared the dry land. 'fpeed to fave us.
O come let us worship, Answ. O Lord, make and fall down, and kneel hafte to help us.
before the Lord our Ma-
For he is the Lord our
Glory be to the Father,
ning, is now, and ever Pall Prieft. Praise ye the be, world without end. A. Lord.
Then foall follow the Psalms, To thee Cherubim "and
inorder asthey are appoint- Seraphim continually do cry,
Glory be to the Father, glory.
The glorious company of
the Apostles praise thee,
tyrs praise thee.
ed Lelons : [before each of out all the World doth ac-
Í hine honourable, true,
of Neufchatel.] And after Allo the Holy Ghoft the
or Sung the following Hymn Thou art the King of
ten Son of the Father.
Thou fitteth at the right
we acknowledge thee of the Father.
We believe that thou shalt Thy whole creation does come to be our Judge. glorify thee, the Father
We therefore pray thee,
help thy servants, whom