[ocr errors]

+ Make them to be num- Lord, bless ye the Lord, bred with thy Saints, in glo

Praise and exalt him a. sy everlasting.

bove all for ever. O Lord save thy people, Oye sun and moon, bless and bless thine heritage.

ye the Lord, Govern them, and lift Praise and exalt him athem for ever.

bove all for ever. up

Day by day; we magni Oye stars of heaven, fy thee;

bless ye the Lord, And worship thy Name,

Praise and exalt him aever world without end.';

bove all for ever. Vouchsafe, O Lord, to . O every shower and dew, keep us this day without fin. bless ye the Lord, O Lord, have mercy up

Praise and exalt him aon us, have mercy upon us. bove all for ever. O Lord, let thy mercy

O all ye winds, bless ye be thewed upon us, as our the Lord, trust is in thee.

Praise and exalt him aO Lord, in thee have webove all for ever... trusted ; let us never be : Oye fire and heat, bless confounded.

ye the Lord, On Saturdays this Hymn, or Praise and exalt him a

the. 148th Pfalm, may be : bove all for ever. used, instead of the former. Oye winter and summer, O All ye works of the bless ye the Lord,

Lord, bless ye the Praise and exalt him 2Lord,

bove all for ever. Praise and exalt him a. Oye dews and storms of bove all for ever.

snow, bless ye the Lord, O ye heavens, bless ye : Praise and exalt him do the Lord,

bove all for ever. Praise and exalt him a O ye nights and days, bove all for ever.

bless ye the Lord, Oye angels of the Lord, Praise and exalt him abless ye the Lord,

bove all for ever. Praise and exalt him a O ye light and darkness, bove all for ever.

bless ye the Lord, O all ye waters, that be Praise and exalt him gabove the heavens, bless ye bove all for ever; the Lord,

in: 0 ye ice and cold, bless Praise and exalt him... ye the Lord, bove all for ever.

Vi Praise and exalt him a. O all ye powers of the bove all for ever.

[ocr errors]


[ocr errors]


[merged small][ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Oye frost and snow, bless Praise and exalt him an
ye the Lord,

in bove all for ever.
Praise and exalt him 2. O Israel bless ye the Lord,
bove all for ever.

Prajse and exalt him a.
O ye lightnings and bove all for ever.
clouds, , bless ye the Lord, 40 ye priefts of the Lord,

Praise and exalt him as bless ye the Lord,
bove all for ever.

Praise and exalt him a
O let the Earth bless the bove all for ever.

Oye servants of the Lord,
Let it praise and exalt bless ye the Lord,
him above all for ever. Praise and exalt him a-

Oye mountains and little bove all for ever. ::
hills, bless ye the Lord, 1. Oye spirits and souls of

Praise and, exalt him a- the righteous, bless ye the
bove all for ever.

of Lord,
O all ye things that grow Praise and exalt him a-
on the earth, bless ye the bove all for ever.

Oye holy and humble
Praise and exalt him a. men of heart, bless


bove all for ever.

? Lord,...}...
Oye fountains, - bless ye Praise and exalt him 2-
the Lord,

1 bove all for ever.
Praise and exalt him a. O give thanks unto the
bove all for ever.

Oye feas and rivers, bless Because he is gracious ;
ye the Lord,

for his mercy endureth for
Praise and exale him a. ever.
bove all for ever.

O all ye that worship the
Oye whales, and all that Lord, bless the God of
move in the waters, bless gods, in
ye the Lord,

Praise him, and give him
Praise and exalt him a. thanks; for his mercy'en-
bove all for ever...W

** dureth for ever.
O all ye fowls of the air, Then all be nead in like
bless ye the Lord,

.! manner the second Lellon,
Praise and exalt him a taken out of the New Tef-
bove all for ever.

tament ; and after that, on O all ye beasts and cattle, Sundays and Holidays, and bless ye the Lord,

from Eafter 10 Pentecoft,
Praise and exalt him a. may be used the Hymn folum
bove all for ever.

lowing, or the 145th
Dye children of men, - Pfalm.in its flead.
bless ye the Lord,

S. Luke

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]


S: Luke i. 68.1 fit in darkness, and in the BLeffed be the Lord God hadow of death, and to

of Israel, for he hath guide our feet into the way visited and redeemed his of peace. people ;

Glory be to the Father, &c. And hath raised up a As it was in the, &c. mighty falvation for us in the On Saturdays this Pfalm fall bouse of his fervant David ; be used; or else the 1041b. As he spake by the mouth

Pralm 100. of his holy prophets, which o Be joyful in the Lord, have been fince the world all ye lands: ferve-the began;

Lord with gladnefs, and That we should be saved come before his presence from our enemies, and from with a fong. the hands of all that hate us; Be ye fure that the Lord

To perform the mercy he is God: it is he that hath promised to our forefathers, made us, and not we our and to remember his holy felves: we are his people, covenant.

and the Deep of his pafture. To perform the oath O go your way into his which he sware to our fore- gates with thanksgiving, and father Abraham, that he into his courts with praise :: would give us ;

be thankful unto him, and That we being delivered fpeak good of his Name. out of the hands of our cnc For the Lord is gracious, mies might serve him with his mercy is everlasting: and out fear;

his truth endureth from geIn holiness and righteous- neration to generation, ness before him, all the days Glory be to the Father, of our life;

through the Son, in the And thou, child, fhalt be Holy Ghoft; called the prophet of the As it was in the beginning, Highest, for thou shalt go is now, and ever shall be, before the face of the Lord, world without end. Amen. to prepare his way; Then may be repeated this

Togive knowledge of falo Creed by the Minister, vation unto his people, for and the People panding. the remiffion of their fins; Believe in God the Fa.

Through the tender mer ther Almighty, Maker cy of our God, whereby the of heaven and earth': Day fpring from on high - And in Jesus Christ his only hath visited us ;


Son our Lord, Whe
To give light to them that


[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]


was conceived by the Holy ledge no Author of Peace
Ghost, born of the Virgin and Happiness, but only
Mary, Suffer'd under Pontius thee, o God.
Pilate, Was crucified, dead Prieft. O God, make
and buried, [He descended clean our hearts within us.
into the invisible World ;] Answ. And take not thy
The third day he rose again Holy Spirit from us.
from the dead, He ascended Then shall follow three Col-
into Heaven, and fitteth on 1 leets; The first of the Day,
the right hand of God the The second

for Peace; The Father Almighty ; From third

for Grace to live well: thence he thall

come to judge And the two laft Collects the quick and the dead. Mall never alter, but daily

I believe in the Holy - be said, at Morning Prayer Ghoft; I believe the holy throughout all the year, as Catholick Church; The followeth; all kneeling. Communion of Saints; ]The The second Colleet for Peace. Forgiveness of Sins ; The God, who art the auResurrection of the Body, thor of peace, and lover and the Life everlasting. A: of concord, in knowledge

of whom ftandeth our.eterThen the Priest Mall say, nal life, whose service is perLet us Pray.

feet freedom : Defend us O Lord shew thy mercy thy humble servants in all

assaults of our enemies, that Answ. And grant uş thy we surely trusting in thy desalvation.

fence, may not fear the powPrieft. O Lord save the er of any adversaries, thro' King.

the might of Jesus Christ Answ. And mercifully our Lord. Amen. hear us when we call upon The third Colle?t for Grace. thee.


Lord our heavenly FaPrieft. Endue thy mini ther, Almighty and sters with righteousness. everlasting God, who hast

Answ. And make thy cho- safely brought us to the besen people joyful.

ginning of this day; Defend Priest. Lord, fave thy us in the same with thy People.

mighty power, and grant Answ. And bless thine that this day we fall into no inheritance.

fin, neither run into any Priest. Give peace in our kind of danger; but that all time, O Lord.

our doings may be ordered Answ. For we acknow- by thy governance, to do al



upon us.

ways that which is righte- all the Royal Family : Enous in thy fight, thro' Jesus due them with thy Holy Christ our Lord, Amen.

Spirit ; enrich them with Here a Psalm or Hymn may thy heavenly grace ; prosbe fung.

per them with all happiThen these five prayers jollow- ness; and bring them to

ing are to be read here, thine everlasting kingdom, except when the Litany is through Jesus Christ our read; and then only the Lord. Amen. two last are to be read, as A Prayer for the Clergy and they are there placed.

People. A Prayer for bis Majesly Almighty and everlaftKing GEORGE

ing God, who art the O Lord our heavenly Fa- giver of every good and

ther, high and mighty, perfect gift, Send down upKing of kings,Lord of lords, on our Bishops, Priests, and the only Ruler of princes, Deacons, and all Congrewho dost from thy throne gationis committed to their behold all the dwellers upon charge, the healthful Spirit earth; most heartily we be of thy grace; and that they feech thee with thy favour may truly please thee, pour to behold our most graci- upon them the continual ous Sovereign Lord King dew of thy blessing. Grant GEORGE, and fo replenith this, O Lord, for the honour him with the grace of thy of our Advocate and Media Holy Spirit, that he may al- ator, Jesus Christ. Amen. waysincline to thy will, and A concluding Prayer. walk ia thy way: Enduehim Almighty God, who haft plenteoully with heavenly given us grace at this gifts, great him in health and time with one accord to wealth long to live, streng- make our common supplicathen him that he may van- tions unto thee; and by thy quish and overcome all his beloved Son doft promise, and thy enemies; and finally that when two or three are after this life he may attain gathered together in his everlasting joy and felicity, Name, thou wilt grant their thro' Jesus Christ our Lord. requests: Fulfil now, O Amen.

Lord, the desires and petiA Prayer for the Royal Fa- tions of thy servants, as may mily.

be most expedient for them; Almighty God, the foun- granting us in this world,

tain of all goodness, we knowledge of thy truth, and humbly beseech thee to bless in the world to come, life

everlasting. Amen.

« ElőzőTovább »