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that holy Sacrament; (for us to everlasting life. And then we spiritually eat the to the end that we should alflesh of Christ, and drink his way remember the exceeding blood; then we dwell in great love of our Master, and Christ, and Christ in us; we only Saviour, Jesus Christ,

one with Christ, and thus dying for us, and the inChrist with us ;) so is the numerable benefits which by danger great, if we receive his precious blood-shedding the same unworthily. For he hath obtained to us; he then we are guilty of the hath instituted and ordained Body and Blood of Christ our holy mysteries, as pledges of Saviour; we eat and drink his love, and for a continual our own damnation, not con- remembrance of his death, to sidering the Lord's Body; we our great and endless comkindle God's wrath against fort. To him therefore, with ; us; we provoke him to plague the Father and the Holy us with divers diseases, and Ghost, let us give (as we are sundry kinds of death. Judge most bounden) continual therefore yourselves, bre- thanks; submitting ourselves thren, that ye be not judged wholly to his holy will and of the Lord; repent you truly pleasure, and studying to for your sins past; have a serve him in true holiness and lively and stedfast faith in righteousness all the days of Christ our Saviour; amend our life. Amen. your lives, and be in perfect

Then shall the Priest say to them that come charity with

to receire the holy Communion, , holy mysteries. all things ye must give most your sins, and are in love and humble and hearty thanks to charity with your neighbours, God, the Father, the Son, and and intend to lead a new life, the Holy Ghost, for the re-following the commandments demption of the world by the of God, and walking from death and passion of our Sa- henceforth in his holy ways; viour Christ, both God and Draw near with faith, and man; who did humble him- take this holy Sacrament to nell, even to the death upon your comfort; and make the Cross, for us, miserable your humble confession to sinners, who lay in darkness Almighty God, meekly kneeland the shadow of death ; ing upon your knees. that he might make us the Then shall this general Confession be made

in of that are Children of God, and exalt.

receive the holy Communion, by one of the

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Ministers ; both he and all the people kneel | everlasting life; through Jéing humbly upon their knees, and saying,

LMIGHTY God, Father sus Christ our Lord. Amen. of our Lord Jesus Christ, , Then shall the Priest say,

Hear what comfortable Maker of all things, Judge of

words our Saviour Christ all men; We acknowledge

saith unto all that truly turn and bewail our manifold sins

to him. and wickedness, we

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travail ously have committed, By den, and I will refresh you. thought, word, and deed, St. Matth, xi. 28.

, Against thy Divine Majesty,

So God loved the world, Provoking most justły thy that he gave his only-begotwrath and indignation against ten Son, to the end that all

We do earnestly repent, that believe in him should And are heartily sorry for

not perish, but have everlastthese our misdoings; The remembrance of them is griev

ing life. St. John iii. 16.

Hear also what Saint Paul ous unto us; The burden of

saith. them is intolerable. Have

This is a true saying, and mercy upon us, Have mercy worthy of all men to be reupon us, most merciful Fa: ceived, That Christ Jesus ther; For thy Son our Lord Jesus Christ's sake, Forgive sinners. 1 Tim. i. 15.

came into the world to save us all that is past; And grant Hear also what Saint John that we may ever hereafter

saith. Serve and please thee In new

If any man sin, we have an ness of life, To the honour and glory of thy Name;

Thro Advocate with the Father, Je

? Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. he is the propitiation for our

sus Christ the righteous; and ç Then shall the Priest (or the Bishop, being

present,) stand up, and turning himself to sins. St. John ii. 1. the people, pronounce this Absolution.

9 After which the Priest shall proceed, saying,

Lift up your hearts. heavenly Father, who of his great mercy hath pro- unto the Lord.

Answer. We lift them up

. mised forgiveness of sins to all them that with hearty re

Priest. Let us give thanks

unto our Lord God. pentance and true faith turn

Answer. It is meet and ụnto him; Have mercy upon right so to do. you; pardon and deliver you from all your sins; confirm

Table, and suy, and strengthen you in all IT is very meet, right, and goodness; and bring you to our bounden duty, that we

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should at all times, and in all death hath destroyed death, places, give thanks unto thee, and by his rising to life again These words (llolz

. O Lord, Holy hath restored to us everlastedycom Trinity-Sur. Father, Almigh-ing life. Therefore with Anty, Everlasting God. gels, &c.

Here shall follow the Proper Preface, ac- Upon Ascension-day, and seven days cording to the time, if there be any specially

after. appointed : or else immediately shall follow, THER

'HROUGH thy most HEREFORE with An- TH gels and Archangels,

dearly beloved Son Jeand with all the company of

sus Christ our Lord; who heaven, we laud and magnify after his most glorious Re

surrection manifestly appearthy glorious Name; evermore ed to all his Apostles, and in praising thee, and saying their sight ascended up into

, Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of hosts, heaven and earth heaven to prepare a place for

, are full of thy glory: Glory us; that where he is, thither be to thee, O Lord most

we might also ascend, and

reign with him in glory. High. Amen.

Therefore with Angels, fc. Proper Prefaces.

Upon Whit-sunday, and six days Upon Christmas-day, and seven days

after. after. BESesus Christ' thine only whose most true promise, the ECAUSE thou didst give THROUGH Jesus Christ

Lord; Son to be born as at this time Holy Ghost came down as at for us; who, by the operation this time from heaven with of the Holy Ghost, was made a sudden great sound, as it very man of the substance of had been å mighty wind, in the Virgin Mary his mother; the likeness of fiery tongues, and that without spot of sin, lighting upon the Apostles, to make us clean from all sin. to teach them, and to lead Therefore with Angels, &c. them to all truth; giving Upon Easter-day, and seven days them both the gift of divers after.

languages, and also boldness BUT

UT chiefly are we bound with fervent zeal constantly

to praise thee for the to preach the Gospel unto glorious Resurrection of thy all nations; whereby we have Son Jesus Christ our Lord: been brought out of darkness for he is the very Paschal and error into the clear light Lamb, which was offered for and true knowledge of thee, lls, and hath taken away the and of thy Son Jesus Christ. sin of the world; who by his | Therefore with Angels, &c.

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Upon the Feast of Trinity only. made clean by his body, and HO art one God, one our souls washed through his

Lord; not one only most precious blood, and that Person, but three Persons we may evermore dwell in in one Substance. For that him, and he in us. Amen. which we believe of the glory When the Priest, standing before the Table, of the Father, the same we

hath so ordered the Bread and Wine, that

he may with the more readiness and decency believe of the Son, and of break the Bread before the people, and take

the Cup into his hands, he shall say the the Holy Ghost, without Prayer of Consecration, as followeth. any difference or inequality. Therefore with Angels, &c.

heavenly Father, who After euch of which Prefaces shall immedi- of thy tender mercy didst ately be sung or said,

give thine only Son Jesus "HEREFORE with An- Christ to suffer death upon

gels and Archangels, and the Cross for our redemption; with all the company of hea- who made there (by his one ven, we laud and magnify oblation of himself once ofthy glorious Name; ever- fered) a full, perfect, and suffimore praising thee, and say- cient sacrifice, oblation, and ing, Holy, holy, holy, Lord satisfaction, for the sins of God of hosts, heaven and the whole world; and did inearth are full of thy glory : stitute, and in his holy Gospel Glory be to thee, O Lord command us to continue, a most High. Amen.

perpetual memory of that his Then shall the Priest, kneeling down at the precious death, until his comLord's Table, suy in the name of all them that shall receive the Communion this Prayer

ing again ; Hear us, ( mere follorcing.

ciful Father, we most humbly WE

E do not presume to beseech thee; and grant that

come to this thy Ta- we receiving these thy creable, O merciful Lord, trusting tures of bread and wine, acin our own righteousness, but cording to thy Son our Sain thy manifold and great viour Jesus Christ's holy inmercies. We are not worthy stitution, in remembrance of so much as to gather up the his death and passion, may be crumbs under thy Table. But partakers of his most blessed thou art the same Lord, whose Body and Blood: who, in the property is always to have same night that he was betraymercy : Grant us therefore,

Here the priest ed, * took Bread; gracious Lord, so to eat the into his hands and, when he flesh of thy dear Son Jesus

had given thanks, Christ, and to drink his blood, breateho bed

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Saviour Christ in the same night, &c.] før this is my Body the blessing of the Bread; and at (Likewise which is given for

after Supper,&c.] for the blessing of the Cup.

& When all have communicated, the Minister you: Do this in remembrance shall return to the Lord's Table, and reve. of me. Likewise after sup

rently place upon it what remaineth of the consecrated Elements, corering the same

with a fair linen cloth. Here he is to per he † took the take the Cup into

Then shall the Priest say the Lord's Prayer, his hand : Cup; and, when he the people repeating after him every Petition. ,

, them, saying, Drink

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Thy kingdom on my Blood of the come. Thy will be done in on in the ninen New Testament, earth, As it is in heaven. Give

, consecrated.

which is shed for us this day our daily bread. you and for many for the re- And forgive us our trespasses

, mission of sins: Do this, as As we forgive them that oft as ye shall drink it, in re- trespass against us.

. And membrance of me. Amen. lead us not into temptation ; Then shall the Minister first receive the But deliver us from

evil: Communion in both kinds himself, and then Priests, and Deacons, in like manner, The power, and the glory, proceed to deliver the same to the Bishops, For thine is the kingdom, any be present,) and after that to the people also in order, into their hands, all meekly For ever and ever. Amen. kneeling. And, when he delirereth the Bread to any one, he shall say,

4 After shall be said as followeth. 'HE Body of our Lord Lord and heavenly Fa

Jesus Christ, which was ther, we thy humble sergiven for thee, preserve thy vants entirely desire thy fa. body and soul unto everlast- therly goodness mercifully to ing life. Take and eat this accept this our sacrifice of in remembrance that Christ praise and thanksgiving; most died for thee, and feed on humbly beseeching thee to liim in thy heart by faith grant, that by the merits and with thanksgiving

death of thy Son Jesus Christ, And the Minister that delivereth the Cup and through faith in his blood,

to any one shall say, HE Blood of our Lord we and all thy whole Church

Jesus Christ, which was may obtain remission of our shed for thee, preserve thy sins, and all other benefits of body and soul unto everlast- | his passion. And here we ofing life. Drink this in re- fer and present unto thee, O O membrance

that Christ's Lord, ourselves, our souls and Blood was shed for thee, and bodies, to be a reasonable, be thankful.

holy, and lively sacrifice un« If the consecrated Bread or Wine be all to thee; humbly beseeching spent before all hare communicated, the Priest is to consecrate more uccording to the

thee, that all we, who are

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