A companion for the feastivals [sic] and fasts of the Church of England [by R. Nelson].

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Page 144 - fo that two whole and perfect Natures, that is to fay, the Godhead and Manhood, were joined together in one Perfon, never to be divided, whereof is one Chrift, very God and very Man -, who truly fuffered, was crucified, dead, and buried, to reconcile his Father to us, and to be a Sacrifice not only for
Page 551 - thee, with us this Night, and by thy great Mercy defend us from all the Perils and Dangers of it. Keep us both outwardly in our Bodies, and inwardly in our Souls, that we may be defended from all Adverfities that may happen to the Body, and from all evil Thoughts
Page 547 - and govern this Day, and all the Days of our Life, both our Hearts and Bodies in the Ways of thy Laws, and in the Works of thy Commandments, that through thy moft mighty Protection both here and ever we may be preferved in Body and Soul.
Page 549 - Maker of all Things, Judge of all Men ; we acknowledge and bewail our manifold Sins and Wickednefs, which we from Time to Time moft grievoufly have committed by Thought Word and Deed, againft thy Divine Majefty, provoking moft juftly thy Wrath and Indignation againft us
Page 60 - gotten Son, to take our Nature upon him, and as at this Time to be born of a pure Virgin; grant that I being regenerate and made thy Child by Adoption and Grace, may daily be renewed by thy Holy Spirit, through the fame our Lord
Page 402 - hated nothing that thou haft made, and doft forgive the Sins of all them that are penitent; create and make in me a new and contrite Heart, that I, worthily lamenting my Sins, and acknowledging my Wretchednefs, may obtain of thee, the God of all Mercy, perfect Remiffion and
Page 546 - the. Increafe of Faith, Hope, and Charity -, and that we may obtain that which thou doft promife, make us to love that which thou doft command. Thou haft taught us, that all our Doings without Charity are nothing worth ; fend therefore thy Holy Ghoft, and pour into our Hearts that
Page 548 - and fo fit and prepare them againft the Hour of Death, that after their Departure in Peace, and in thy Favour, they may be received into thine everlafting Kingdom. And we befeech thee, O Lord ! mercifully to incline thine Ears to us that have made now our Prayers and Supplications unto thee ; and grant that
Page 61 - his Mother, and that without Spot of Sin, to make us clean from all Sin: Therefore with Angels and Arch-Angels, and with all the Company of Heaven, I laud and magnify thy glorious Name, evermore praiiing thee, and faying, Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God of
Page 418 - Chrift, the eternal Son of God; begotten of his Father before all Worlds, God of God, very God of very God ; the Prince of Glory-, the Heir of everlafting Blifs, the promifed Meffias ; who

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