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buried, and the third day he rose also that by thee, we, being again, according to the Scrip- defended from the fear of our tures and ascended into Heaven, enemies, may pass our time in and sitteth on the right hand of rest and quietness, through the the Father; and he shall come merits of Jesus Christ our Saagain, with glory, to judge both viour. Amen. the quick and the dead; whose
1 A Collect for Aid against kingdom shall have no end.
Perils. And I believe in the Holy Ghost, the Lord and giver of O Lord, our heavenly Falife, who proceedeth from the
by Father and the Son; who with power we have been preserved the Father and the Son together this day; by thy great mercy is worshipped and glorified, who defend us from all perils and spake by the propliets. · Adid I dangers of this night, for the believe
one Catho.ic and Apos- love of thy only Son our Savitolic Church. I acknowledge our, Jesus Christ. Amen.
. . one Baptism for the remission TA Prayer for the President of sins; and I look for the resur- of the United States, and all rection of the dead, and the life in Civil Authority. of the world to come. Amen. 1 And after that, these Prayers O Lord, our heavenly Fafollowing, all devoutly kneel- Ruler of the universe, who dost ing; the Minister first pro- from thy throne behold all the nouncing,
dwellers upon earth; most hearThe Lord be with you;
tily we beseech thee, with thy Ans. And with thy Spirit.
favour to behold und bless thy 9 Min. Let us pray.
servant, The President of the O Lord, show thy mercy in authority; and so replenish
United States, and all others upon us;
Ans. And grant us thy salva- them with the grace of thy Hotion.
ly Spirit, that they may always Min. O God, make clean our incline to thy will
, and walk in hearts within us;.
thy way: Endue them plenteAns. And take not thy Holy ously with heavenly
them in health and prosperity Spirit from us.
long to live; and finally, after Then shall be said the Collect this life, to attain everlasting for the day, and after that, joy and felicity, through Jesus the Collects and Prayers fol- Christ our Lord. Amen. lowing:
1 A Prayer for the Clergy and A Collect for Peace.
People. , holy LMIGHTY desires, all good counsels, ing God, from and all just works do proceed; eth every good and perfect gift, give unto thy servants that peace, send down upon our Bishops which the world cannot give; and other Clergy, and upon the that our hearts may be set to Congregations committed to obey thy commandments, and their charge, the healthful spirit
O Goile from whom al bely AI MEHTY
of thy grace; and, that they kindness to us, and to all men. may truly please thee, pour up. We bless thee for our creation, on them the continual dew of preservation, and all the blesthy blessing: Grant this, o sings of this life; but, above all, Lord, for the honour of our for thine inestimable love in the Advocate and Mediator Jesus redemption of the world by our Christ. Amen.
Lord Jesus Christ; for the means 1 A Prayer for all Conditions of grace, and for the hope of gloT
ry. And, we beseech thee, give
us that due sense of all thy O
God, the Creator and Pre- mercies, that our hearts may be
server of all mankind, we unfeignedly thankful, and that humbly beseech thee for all we may show forth thy praise, sorts and conditions of men, not only with our lips, but in that thou wouldest be pleased our lives; by giving up our. to make thy ways known unto selves to thy service, and by them, thy saving health unto all walking before thee in holiness nations. More especially we and righteousness all our days, pray for thy holy Church uni. through Jesus Christ our Lord; versal ; that it may be so guided to whom, with thee and the Hoand governed by thy good Spi- ly Ghost, be all honour and glorit, that all who profess and call ry, world without end. Amen. themselves Christians, may be Jed into the way of truth, and T A Prayer of St. Chrysostom. hold the faith in unity of Spirit, in the bond of peace, and in
, righteousness of life. Finally, with one accord to make our
given us grace at this time, we commend to thy Fatherly
common supplications goodness, all those who are any thee; and dost promise that ways aflicted or distressed in when two or three are gathered mind, body, or estate; that it may please thee to comfort and together in thy name, thou wilt
, relieve them, according to their grant their requests ; fulfil now, several necessities; giving them tions of thy servants, as may be patience under their sufferings most expedient for them; grantand a happy issue out of all their afflictions: And this we of thy truth, and in the world
ing us in this world knowledge beg for Jesus Christ's sake. to come life everlasting. Amen. Amen. 1 A General Thanksgiving.
2 Cor. xiii. 14.
HE grace of our Lord Jesus of all mercies, we, thine Christ, and the love of God, mworthy servants, do give thee and the fellowship of the Holy most humble and hearty thanks Ghost, be with us all evermore. for all thy goodness and loving Amen.
Here endeth the Order of Evening Prayer.
Or General Supplication, to be used after Morning Service, on
Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
O God, the Father of Hea- malice, and all uncharitable
us ness; miserable sinners.
Good Lord, deliver us. O God, the Father of Hea. From all inordinate and sinven; have mercy upon us mise- ful affections; and from all the rable sinners.
deceits of the world, the flesh O God, the Son, Redeemer and the devil; of the world; have mercy up
Good Lord, deliver us. on us miserable sinners.
From lightning and tempest; O God, the Son, Redeemer of from plague, pestilence, and fathe world; have mercy upon us mine; from battle and murder, miserable sinners.
and from sudden death; O God, the Holy Ghost, pro
Good Lord, deliver us. ceeding from the Father and From all sedition, privy conthe Son; have mercy upon us spiracy, and rebellion; from miserable sinners.
all false doctrine, heresy, and O God, the Holy Ghost, pro- schism; from hardness of heart, ceeding from the Father and and contempt of thy Word and the Son, have mercy upon us Commandment; miserable sinners.
Good Lord, deliver us. O holy, blessed, and glorious By the mystery of thy holy Trinity, three persons and one Incarnation; by thy holy NaGod; have mercy upon us mi- tivity and Circumcision; by thy serable sinners.
Baptism, Fasting, and TemptaO holy, blessed, and glorious tion; Trinity, three persons and one Good Lord, deliver us. God; have mercy upon us mi- By thine agony and bloody serable sinners.
sweat; by thy Cross and PasRemember not, Lord, our of- sion; by thy precious Death fences, nor the offences of our and Burial; by thy glorious fore-fathers; neither take thou Resurrection and Ascension; vengeance of our sins: Spare and by the coming of the Holy us, good Lord, spare thy people, Ghost; whom thou hast redeemed with Good Lord, deliver us. thy most precious blood, and be In all time of our tribulation; not angry with us for ever: in all time of our prosperity;
Spare us, good Lord. in the hour of death, and in the
From all evil and mischief; day of judgment; from sin; from the crafts and Good Lord, deliver us. assaults of the devil; from thy We sinners do beseech thee wrath, and from everlasting to hear us, O Lord God; and damnation;
that it may please thee to rule Good Lord, deliver us. and govern thy holy church uni
From all blindness of heart; versal in the right way; from pride, vain-glory, and hy- We beseech thee to hear us, pocrisy; from envy, hatred, and good Lord,
That it may please thee to who fall, and finally to beat bless and preserve all christian down Satan under our feet; rulers and magistrates; giving
We beseech thee to hear us, them grace to execute justice, good Lord. and to maintain truth;
That it may please thee to IVe beseech thee to hear us, succour, help, and comfort all good Lord.
who are in danger, necessity, That it may please thee to and tribulation; illuminate all Bishops, Priests, We beseech thee to hear us, and Deacons, with true know- good Lord. ledge and understanding of thy That it may please thee to word; and that both by their preserve all who travel by land preaching and living they may or by water, all women in the set it forth, and show it accord- perils of child-birth, all sick ingly;
persons, and young children, Wé beseech thee to hear us, and to show thy pity upon all good Lord.
prisoners and captives; That it may please thee to We beseech thee to hear us, bless and keep all thy people;
good Lord. We beseech thee to hear us, That it may please thee to good Lord.
defend, and provide for, the faThat it may please thee to therless children, and widows, give to all nations unity, peace, and all who are desolate and opand concord;
pressed; We, beseech thee to hear us, We beseech thee to hear us, good Lord.
good Lord. That it may please thee to That it may please thee to give us an heart to love and have mercy upon all men; fear thee, and diligently to live We beseech thee to hear us, after thy Commandments;
good Lord. We beseech thee to hear us, That it may please thee to good Lord.
forgive our enemies, persecuThat it may please thee to tors, and slanderers, and to turn give to all thy people increase their hearts; of grace, to hear meekly thy We beseech thee to hear us, Word, and to receive it with good Lord. pure affection, and to bring forth That it may please thee to the fruits of the Spirit; give and preserve to our use the
We beseech thee to hear us, kindly fruits of the earth, so good Lord.
that in due time we may enjoy That it may please thee to them; bring into the way of truth, all
Wé beseech thee to hear us, such as have erred, and are de- good Lord. ceived;
That it may please thee to We beseech thee to hear us, give us true repentance, to forgood Lord.
give us all our sins, negligences, That it may please thee to and ignorances, and to endue us strengthen such as do stand, and with the grace of thy Holy Spi- . to comfort and help the weak- rit, to amend our lives accordhearted, and to raise up those ing to thy Holy Word;
We beseech thee to hear us, mercifully assist our prayers good Lord.
which we make before thee in Son of God, we beseech thee all our troubles and adversities, to hear us.
whensoever they oppress us; Son of God, we beseech thee and graciously hear us, that to hear us.
those evils which the craft and O Lamb of God, who takest subtilty of the devil or man away the sins of the world ; worketh against us, may, by thy Grant us thy peace.
good providence, be brought to O Lamb of God, who takest nought; that we, thy servants, away the sins of the world ; being hurt by no persecutions, Have mercy upon us.
may evermore give thanks unto 1 The Minister may, at his dis- thee in thy holy Church, through
Jesus Christ our Lord. cretion, omit all that follows, to the Prayer, “We humbly
O Lord, arise, help us, and beseech thee,'o Father," &c. deliver us, for thy name's sake. [O Christ, hear us.
God, we have heard with O Christ, hear us.
our ears, and our fathers Lord, have mercy upon us.
have declared unto us, the Lord, have mercy upon us.
noble works that thou didst in Christ, have mercy upon us. their days, and in the old time Christ, have mercy upon us. before them. Lord, have mercy upon us.
O Lord, arise, help us, and Lord, have mercy upon us. deliver us, for thine honour. 9 Then shall the Minister, and the Son, and to the Holy Ghost;
Glory be to the Father, and to the People with him, say
the Lord's Prayer.
Ans. As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall
be, 0 UR Father, who art in world without end. Amen.
Heaven, Hallowed be thy From our enemies defend us, name; Thy Kingdom come; O Christ. Thy Will be done on Earth, as Graciously look upon our afit is in Heaven; Give us this flictions. day our daily bread; And for- With pity behold the sorrows give us our trespasses, as we of our hearts. forgive those who trespass Mercifully forgive the sins of against us; And lead us not thy people. into temptation; But deliver us Favourably with mercy hear from evil. Amen.
our prayers. Min. O Lord, deal not with O son of David, have mercy us according to our sins. upon us.
Ans. Neither reward us ac- Both now and ever, vouchcording to our iniquities. safe to hear us, O Christ. I Let us pray.
Graciously hear us, O Christ; graciously hear us, O Lord Christ.
O . O God, merciful Father, who
Min. O Lord, let thy mercy despisest not the sighing be showed unto us; of a contrite heart, nor the de- Ans. As we do put our trust sire of such as are sorrowful; in thee.]