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Holy Sacrament, we do moft earnestly pray for the Benefit of it, that Chrift will give us the Mercies he has bought for us, by taking away our fins by his Death: which his giving us thofe Mercies, is his feeding us with his Body and Blood.

Then fhall be faid or fung.


Glory r be to God on high, and in earth peace s, good will t towards men. We praife thee u, we bless thee v, we worship thee w, we glorify thee x, we give thanks to thee for thy great glory y, O Lord God, Heavenly King, God the Father Almighty z.


Thanks for Glorious Mercies, his giving his only Son to Die for us, and all the Infinite Benefits we receive thereby. And for on earth by the Death of his Son. t For his good will in giving his Son to Die for us, and in giving us all the Benefits of his Death. u We thank thee. We heartily thank thee. w We devoutly thank thee on our knees. We give thee our highest thanksgiving. y Thy moft Glorious Mercy in giving thine only Son to Die for us, and in giving us all the Benefits of his Death, of which everlasting Glory is one. z We will therefore thankfully ferve and obey thee, our Heavenly King; and our Father Almighty, that is, our Father the mighty Lord of all.

See the Lord's Supper, 12, 13, 14 2


Therefore O Lord God, who canft give us what we pray for. b To take away our

fins by thy Death;
(John 1. 29) as lambs
were offer'd for the
Pardon of fins. Levit.
1. 4, 10.
Ch. 4. 23,

32. Therefore thy
Death is of Infinite
Merits to take away
all our fins. d That

by thy Death obtaineft pardon for the fins of the world. ef Grant

O Lord the only begotten Son a Jesu Chrift; O Lord God, Lamb of God b, Son of the Father c, that takeft away the fins of the world d, have mercy upon us e. Thou that takest away the fins of the world have mercy upon us f. Thou that takeft away the fins of the world, receive our prayer g. Thou that fittest at the right hand of God the Father h, have mercy

upon us i.


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us pardon, and all the benefits of pardon. See the Creed, 44. 2g for pardon, and all the benefits of pardon. b To pray for us. Rom. 8. 34. Grant us pardon, and all the benefits of pardon.

For thou only art Holy k; thou only art the Lord 1; thou only, O Chrift, with the Holy Ghost, art most high in the Glory m of God the Father n. Amen. o.

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k To be worship ped as our Mediator." Our Mediators that is, one that stands between God and us, to obtain all good for us,

Therefore we pray to thee,

and to give the same to us. Heb. 7. 25 m Godhead. and to no other Mediator, as the Papifts do: because thou art our only Lord, and with the Father and the Holy Ghost, our only God. I give thanks and pray according to this Prayer.. Now See the Lord's Supper, 15, 16 Questions.

The bleffing of


God obtain'd by the Death of his Son. To know how great it is. Practical knowledge, that is, knowledge and obedience. John 2. 3, 4. The one God, who is Lord of all. ✰ From whom is all bleffing. 1 Cor. 8. 6. u By whom is all Blef

Then the Prieft (or the Bishop, if he be prefent) fhall let them depart with this Bleffing.

The peace of God p which paffeth all understanding q keep your hearts and minds in the knowledge r and love of God, and of bis Son Jefus Chrift our Lord. And the bleffing of God Almighty s, the Father t, the Son u, and the Holy Ghoft v, be amongst you, and remain with you always. Amen.

fing. 1 Cor. 8. 6. Epb. 3. 9. In whom is all bleffing. Job 33. 4.


When thou goeft out of the Church, if thou be not one of the poor, remember to do at home thy part of thofe Feafts of charity, which were done in the Church in the days of the Apostles. Take with thee one or more of the poor Communicants or in want of fuch, call fome of thy honeft poor, neighbours, and feaft them foberly at thy table. See the Lord's Supper, 11 2 h.



Collects to be laid after the Offertory, when there is no Communion, every fuch day one or more. And the fame may be faid alfo, as often as occafion fhall ferve, after the Collects either of morning or evening Prayer, Communion or Litany, by the difcretion of the Minister.

w Childhood, youth, manhood, old age, health, fickness, riches, poverty, marriage, widowhood, fervice, freedom, authority, fub jection, &; the temp

Affift us mercifully, O Lord, in thefe our fupplications and prayers: and difpofe the way of thy fervants towards the attain ment of everlasting falvation; that among all the changes w tations of all thefe chan-and chances x of this mortaly life, they may ever be defended z by thy most gracious and ready help, through Jefus Christ our Lord a. Amen.

ges. Bad company, bad example, misfortunes, temptations, &c. y That will die, and

accordingly weak to re

fift temptations. z From fin. a By Chrift's giving us thy grace, and for his fake. Tit. 2. 14. Heb. 7. 25.

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ty Ruler of all: there fore we pray for to ferve thee. There fore we pray for grace to ferve thee all our days. d Be pleased. Make holy. Defeuce against fin, and neglect of duty, gIn our duty, and from fin. See the Collect before.

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O Almighty Lord b, and everlasting God c, vouchsafe d we beseech thee, to direct, fanify e, and govern both our bearts and bodies in the ways of thy Laws, and in the works of thy Commandments; that through thy most mighty prote &ion f, both here and ever, we may be preferved g in body and foul, through our Lord and Saviour Jefus Chrift h. Amen.

Grant, we beseech thee, Almighty God, that the words which we have heard this day with our outward ears, may through thy grace be fo grafted inwardly in our hearts, that they bring forth in us the fruit of good living, to the honour and praise of


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And let us give thee the thanks and praife of our good living.


k From evil to
good. According to
m Obey,
thy Law.
and thank for thy
grace. Thee who
requireft, and givéft
all holiness. • By

Chrift's giving us grace


Prevent us k, O Lord, in all our doings, with thy most gracious favour, and further us with thy continual help, that in all our works begun, continued and ended in thee I, we may glorify m thy Holy Namen; and finally (2 Theff. 2:16, 17) by thy mercy obtain everlasting life, through Jefus Chrift our Lord o. Amén.

and everlafting life,
(John 10. 28) (and
for his fake. Tit 2.
144 John 3. 145 15.



God the Mighty

Lord of all; therefore

the giver of all good.
9 From whom all wif
dom floweth


thy Name is through Jefus Christ our Lord. Amen.

u God the Mighty

Lord of all: therefore
we pray to thee for all
good. Job 15.7.
Ch. 16. 23, 24. See
the Commandments,


therefore thou knoweft

8. 26.

all our neceffities, and
our ignorance. Rom.
Our igno-
rance in asking, and all
our failings in Prayer.
Who by his precious

Death hath abundant-
ly deferv'd and paid
for all thy mercies too.
See the Creed, 44 2



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Almighty God p, the fountain of all wisdom q, who knoweft our neceffities before we ask, and our ignorance in asking r; we befeech thee to have compaffion upon our infirmities s: and those things which for our unworthinefs we dare not, and for our blindness we cannot ask, vouchJafe to give us for the worthiness of thy Son Jesus Christ our Lordt. Amen


Almighty God u, who hast promised to hear the petitions of them that ask in thy Son's Name v; we beseech thee mer cifully w to incline thing ears to



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20. 2 w Notwith ftanding our fins and

the failings of our Prayx Believing thy


promises to hear us for Chrift's fake... Mark 11 24. Heb. 11. Heb. 11. 6, II. y Praying for what thou wilt have us pray for, and pray ing with reverence and humility, and pure hearts. John 5. 14. Heb. 12. 28, 29. See the Commandments, 18, 19, 20 2 z By our thanksgivings for thy mercies.. a By his doing all we pray for; (John 214. 13, 14. Eph. 39) and for the fake of his obtaining all by his Dying for the forgiveness of our fins, (See the Creed 44, 53 2) and praying for us. Heb. 9. 24. !

us, that have made now our prayers and fupplications unto thee. And grant that thofe things which we have faithfullyx asked according to thy willy, may effectually be obtained, to the relief of our neceffity, and to the fetting forth of thy glory z, through Jefus Christ our Lord a. Amen.






Upon the Sundays and other 6 That where the holy days (if there be no ComCommunion cannot be munion) fhall be faid all that every Sunday and ois appointed at the Communi ther holy Feaft day, as it ought to be, we on, until the end of the genemay be put in mind of ral Prayer For the whole State. it; and prepare for it, of Chrift's Church militant in by folemnly giving up earth b, together with one or our felves to obey the S Commandments, and more of thefe Collects laft bebelieve the Promifes of fore rehearsed... the New Teftament Sealed with the Death of Chrift, and to follow that his great Example of Charity. For the Ten Commandments, the fourth being taken in the Gospel-meaning of it, are all of them the Commandments of the New Teftament. Matth. 5. 17. Ch. 19. 17. S. 44

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And there fhall be no celebration of the Lord's Supper, except there be a convenient number to communicate with the Prieft, according to his dif cretion.

And if there be not above twenty perfons in the Parish, of difcretion to receive the Communion;


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