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of this, for This is my Blood | lu-jee ooilley jeb fhob, for the Shoh my Uill's jeh'n Chonaant Noa, t'er ny gheayrtey er nyr fon euifh, as er fon ymmodee, fon Leib Peccaghyn: Shoh jean-jee, cha mennick as iu-ys hiu eh, ayns Cooinaghtyn Feem's; fon cha mennick as eeys fhiu yn Arran fhob, as iuys fhiu yn Cappan fboh, ta fhiu foilfbaghey magh Baafe y Chiarn derrey big eh.
of the New Covenant, which is fhed for you, and for many, for the Remiffion of Sins: This do, as oft as ye full drink it, in Remembrance of Me; for as oft as ye shall eat this Bread, and drink this Cup, ye do fheiv the Lord's Death till he come.
Shen-y-fa ayns Biallys da'n Sarey fhoh jeh Yeefey Creeft, t'er livrey fhinyn veih Bondiaght foddey fmoo na Bondiaght Egypt.Ta'n Agglish Chreeftee cummal feofe Cooinaghtyn jeh e Ghraib, jeh e Oural, as jeh e Hurranfe as e Vaafe, er yn Aght arrymagh fhoh:
In Obedience therefore to this Command of Jefus Chrift, who has delivered us from a much greater Bondage than that of Egypt The Chriftian Church keeps up the Memory of his Love, his Sacrifice, and his Sufferings and Death, after this folemn Manner :
First, as an Acknowledgement that our Lives, and all that we eat or drink to preserve them, are owing to the Bounty of God, we prefent upon his Table, by the Hands of his own Minister, a Portion
Hofhiaght, myr Cowrey dy vel nyn Mioys, as ooilley ny ta fhin dy ee as dy iu dy reayll fhin bio, cheet veih Feoiltys Yee, ta fhin foiaghey magh er y Voayrd echey, leth Eaueyn e Hirveishagh, hene, Ayrn jeh of his Creatures, the beft:wee Chretooryn, yn chooid fhare have for the Support and t'ain dy niartaghey as dy gherComfort of our natural Life, jaghey nyn Mioys dooghyflagh, namely, Bread and Wine. ta then dy ghra, Arran as Feeyn. After this the Bread and Wine-Ny lurg fhoh ta'n Arran as are confecrated, the Bread isy Feeyn er nyn gafherickey, ta'n broken, and the Wine pour-Arran er ny vrifhey, as ta'n ed out, to reprefent the Death Feeyn er ny gheayrtey magh, of Chrift whole Body was dy chowraghey Baafe Chreeft, broken, and whose Blood was e Chorp v'er ny vrifhey, as e shed for us. Uill v'er ny gheayrtey er nyn fon.
Then the Minifter of GOD, as the Steward of Chrift's Houfhold, applies thefe Bleffings to every Person who receives this Sacrament, in this devout Prayer :-The Body and Blood of Chrift, which were given and fhed for Thee, preferve thy Body and Soul unto everlasting Life.
And we may be affured of it, that this Sacrament will be to every worthy Communicant, what the Tree of Life would have been unto Adam and Eve in Paradife: And that as they, had they continued obedient, would have been in no Danger of temporal Death; even fo we, while we feed on this Bread' now endued with a Life-giving Spirit, and live as we ought to do, are in no Danger of Death eternal.
Thefe being Pledges to af fure us, that as certainly as Bread and Wine do nourish our Bodies, fo do these feal to us all the Benefits which Jefus Chrift hath purchased for us, by his Sacrifice and Death.
Eisht ta Shirveishagh Yee, myr Stiurt harrish Lught-thie Chreeft fhirveish ny Bannaghtyn fhoh er dy chooilley Pherfoon ta goaill y Sacrament cheddin, ayns y Phadjer chrauee fhoh:Corp as Fuill nyn Fiarn Creeft hie er coyrt as er deayrtey er dty hon's, dy vreill ad dty Chorp as dty Annym gys y Vea dy bragh farraghtyn.
As foddee mayd ve thickyr jeh, dy bee yn Sacrament shob da dy chooilley unnane ta goaill eh dy feeu,jeh'n Foays cheddin veagh Billey yn Vea er phrowal da Adam as Aue ayns Pargeiys: As myr nagh beagh adfyn, dy beagh ad er hannaghtyn biallagh, er ve ayns Gaue erbee Baaifh 'fy Theiḥll fhoh; eer myr fhen, choud as ta fhinyn beaghey er yn Arran fhoh nifh coamrit lefh Spyrryd bioghee, as gymmyrkey nyn Mea myr lhifagh fhin, cha vel fhin ayns Gaue erbee jeh'n Baafe dy bragh farraghtyn:
Son t'ad fhoh Gialteenyn dy chur Shickyry's dooin, cha firrinagh as ta Arran as Feeyn beaghey nyn Gallinyn, cha firrinagh cheddin dy vel ad fhoh fealal dooin ooilley ny Bannaghtyn ta Yeefey Creeft er chofney dooin, liorish e Oural as e Vaafe.
And when any Chriftian As tra ta Creeftee erbee jeh does wilfully, and for wante Yioïn, as fon laccal Credjue, of Faith, deprive himself of giarey magh eh hene veih'n
Beaghey Spyrrydoil fhoh, t'eh tuittym, myr ren nyn gied Ayr as Moir, ayns Stayd eer dooghyffagh, as fegooifh ny Saafeyn dy Ghrayfe as dy Haualtys.
For the Happiness of the Son ta Maynrys y Theihll, as World, and of every Soul in dy chooilley Annym t'ayn, it, depends upon the Sacrifice lhie er Oural Chreeft, jeh ta of Chrift, of which we are fhin kianlt dy reayll feofe Cooinbound to keep up the Re-aghtyn er yn Aght casherick membrance after this folemn fhoh.
this Spiritual Food, he falls, as our fir Parents did, into a State purely natural, and deftitute of the Means of Grace and Salvation.
That whenever we pray Cre-erbee yn Traa ta fhin for any Favour or Bleffing guee fon Foayr ny Bannaght we may remember to do it erbee, dy vod mayd cooinaghin his Name:-That when-tyn dy yannoo eh 'fyn Ennym ever we are fo unhappy as echeyfyn:-Cre-erbee yn Traa to have done any Thing ta fhin cha mee-vaynrey as dy which may displease God, ve er n'yannoo Red erbee od we may remember to pray dys Jymmoofe y chur er Jee, to be forgiven for Chrift's dy vod mayd cooinaghtyn dy fake. ghuee fon Leih er y hon er Graib Chreeft.
For God grants whatever Son ta Jee coyrt cre-erbee we afk, and which he fees ta fhin geearree, as fhen t'eh to be for our Good, when fakin dy ve fon nyn Voays, tra we ask in Faith, that is, in ta fhin geearree ayns Credjue, his Son's Name; and there- ta fhen, ayns Ennym e Vac; as fore the Church concludes fhen-y-fa ta'n Agglish cur all her Prayers in these most Jerrey er ooilley ny Padjeryn prevailing Words,--For Jefus | eck ayns ny Goan fmoo brceChrift's Sake. oil fhoh,Er Graib Yeefey Chreeft.
In one Word, we do by this Sacrament keep up a continual Correfpondence with our Lord in Heaven, and hold Communion with him,
Ayns un Ockle, liorish y Sacrament fhoh ta fhin freayll feofe Ainjys chinjagh rish nyn Jiarn t'ayns Niau, as cummal Shefhaght Spyrrydoil rifbyn as
and with all the Members of rifh ooilley Oltyn e* Chorp, ta his Body, which receive Nou-geddyn Ooraghey as Bifhagh
* Yn Agglish.
rifhment and Growth from ey veihfyn, myr ta ny Banglaneyn veih'n Villey, er t'ad gaafe, as tra t'ad fcarrit voish, cha vod ad veg y Vefs y ymmyrkey, chamoo t'ad fon Ýmmyd erbee agh son yn Aile.
Him, as the Branches from the Tree, in which they are grafted, and from which when they are feparated, they can bear no Fruit, and are only fit to be burned.
And as every Chriftian is obliged, at the Peril of his Soul, to obferve it: So the Duty must be fuch, as every one, even the most unlearned, may understand, if it is not his own Fault.
And fo indeed it is: For As myr then dy jarroo te: as an Ifraelite, Levit. i. 4. un- Son myr va Ifraelite Lev. i. 4. der the Law, being obliged fo yn Leigh, kianlt dy lhie e to lay his Hand upon the Laue er Kione yn Oural, goaillHead of his Sacrifice, con- rifh e Pheccaghyn as coyrt ad, feffing his Sins in laying them myr dy beagh eh, er y Chre as it were, upon that Crea- toor fhen,--myr v'eh dy aature,as he did eafily un- fhagh toiggal, dy row fhoh dy derstand, that this was to fhew hoilfhaghey da, dy nee Baale him, that Death was the due va Leagh cairal Peccah; dy Reward of Sin; that this lhifagh fhoh y injillaghey ch ought to humble him before fenith Jee, as coyrt da yn God, and to give him the Dwoaie fmoo oddagh y ve noi greatest Abhorrence of Sin, Peccah, nagh voddagh ve er ny which could not be pardoned leih, agh liorish Coayl Bioys but by the Lofs of the Life of Cretoor gyn-loght: an innocent Creature:
As myr ta dy chooilley Chreeftee, er Gaue Anmey, kianlt dy ghoaill yn Chreefti aght fhoh: Myr fhen fhegin da'n Currym ve heid, as oddys dy chooilley unnane toiggal, eer efhyn fmoo ta gyn Ynfaghey lioaragh, mannagh bee eh yn Oill echey hene.
As this was plain to the meaneft Ifraelite, even fo the most unlearned Chriftian, when he confiders, that our Lord Jefus Chrift became a Sacrifice for us, and that on Him all our Sins were laid,
Myr va fhoh dy aafhagh toiggit liorish yn Ifraelite s'fardalee, dy jarroo myr shen yn Creeftee floo ynfit, tra t'eh toiggal, dy daink nyn Jiarn Yeefey Creeft dy.ve ny Oural er nyn fon, as dy ren Efhyn
on him who knew no gymmyrkey flane Errey nỳn Sin; he will cafily un- Beccaghyn,-efhyn nagh bione derstand how fad our Con- da Peccah;-nee eh dy aafhágh dition was, which required toiggal cre cha trimfhagh as va fuch a Sacrifice :---That this Stayd Sheelnaue, va feme lheid therefore ought to humble yn Oural:-Dy lhifagh fhoh us,---To lead us to Repen- er-y-fa fhen fhin y injillaghey, tance,-..To make us fearful-fhin y leeideil gys Arrys, of offending God,---And to Shin y yannoo agglagh dy chur abhor thofe Sins which coft Corree er Jee,--As dy chur Jefus Chrift his Life, before Dwoaie da ny Peccaghyn fhen God could be prevailed with choft e Vioys da Teefey Creeft, to pardon them. roish my voddagh Jee v'er ny veiyghey dy leih ad.
Nee eh myrgeddin dy aafhagh toiggal, dy lhifagh Graih Chreeft, as Cooinaghtyn jeh e Vaase, ve feer deyr dooin; as dear to us; and that the of-myr s'menkey nee mayd cooinaghtyn er, 'fyn Aght t'eh hene er n'oardaghey, then myr fmoo dy Ghrayfeyn yiow mayd veih Jee,---Myr s'niartal vees nyn Gredjue, myr fhickyree vees nyn Bardoon, as myr s'gerjoilee vees nyn Dreifhteil dy gholl ny whail, cha nee myr Noid, agh myr Carrey, as ec e Voayrd ta fhin cha mennick er ve nyn Ghoaldee.
tener we remember it, in the Manner he ordained, the more Graces we fhall receive from God,---The firmer will be our Faith, the furer our Pardon, and the more comfortable our Hopes of meeting Him, not as an Enemy, but as a Friend, at whofe Table we have been fo often entertained.
He will also easily understand, that the Love of Chrift, and the Remembrance of his Death, ought to be very
As nifh, my t'ou er ghoaill
And now, if you have confidered what you have read gys dty Chree fhen ny t'ou er with any Degree of Atten- lhaih, lesh Ayrn erbee dy Chiation, you will pause a-while, rail, nee oo fmooinaghtyn ort ---until you have expreffed hene fon tammylt,--derrey t'ou your Gratitude for this Mer- er n'ockley magh dty Vooife cy, after fome fuch Manner fon y Vyghin cheddin, ayns as this following. lheid ny Goan fhoh.