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thee, Except a inan be born O God, the itrength of all
doft, except God be with him. The first Sunday after Trinity. Jeius answered and said unto
The Collect. hin, Verily verily I say unto
them that put their trust again, he cannot see the king. in thée; Mercifully accept our dom of God. Nicodemus faith prayers: and because through unto him, How can a man be the weakness of our mortal naborn when he is old ? can he ture we can do no good thing enter the second time into his without thee, grant us the help mothers womb, and be born ? of thy grace, that in keeping. Jesus answered, Verily verily thy commandments we may I say unto thec, Except a man please thee both in will and be born of water and of the deed, through Jesus Christ our Spirit, he cannot enter into the Lord. Amen. kingdom of God. That which The Epistle. 1 S. John 4. 7. : is born of the ; Eloved, us ano. Spirit, is fpirit. Marvel not that and every one that loveth, is I said unto thee, Ye must be born of God and knoweth Gode born again. The wind blow. He that loveth not, knoweth eth where it lifteth, and thou not God; for God is love. In heareft the sound thereof; but this was manifested the love of eanft not tell whence it conieth, God towards us, because that and whither it goeth ; fo is God sent his only begotten Son: every one that is born of the into the world, that we might Spirit. Nicodemus answered, live through him. Herein is and said unto him, How can love, not that we loved God, these things be? Jesus answered but that he loved us, and sent and said unto him, Art thou a his Son to be the propitiation master of Israel, and knoweft for our sins. Beloved, if God so not these things ? Verily verily loved us, we ought also to love I lay unto thee, We speak that one another. No man hath we do know, and testifie that scen God at any time. If we we have seen, and ye receive love one another, God dwelleth not our witness. If I have told in us, and his love is perfected you earthly things, and ye be- in us. Hereby know we that lieve not; how shall ye be- we dwell in him, and he in us, lieve if I tell you of heavenly because he hath given us of his things ? And no man hath a- Spirit. And we have seen and "rended up to heaven, but he do testifie, that the Father sent
name down from heaven, the Son to be the Saviour of even the Son of man who is in the world. Whosoever fhall heaven. Andas Moses lifted up confefs that Jesus is the Son of the serpent in the wilderness : God, God dwelleth in him, and even so niuft the Son of man be he in God. And we have known lifted up; that whosoever be- and believed the love that God lieveth in him, should not pe- hath to us. God is love ; and rish, but have eternal life.
he that dwelleth in love, dwells
eth in God, and God in him. ceivedst thy good things, and Herein is our love made per- likewise Lazarus evil things': fect, that we may have boldness but now he is comforted, and in the day of judgment, because thou art tormented. And beas he is, lo art wein this world. fides all this, between us and There is no fear in love, but you there is a great gulf fixed: perfect love cafteth out fear; so that they who would pass because fear hath torment : He from hence to yoú, cannot ; that feareth, is not made per- neither can they pass tous, fect in love. We love hiin, be- that would come from thence. cause he first loved us. Itanian Then he said, I pray thee therefay, I love God, and hateth his forc, father, that thou wouldst brother, he is a liar: for he that send him to my fathers house : loveth for his brother whom for I have five brethren ; that he hath seen, how can he love he may testifie unto them, left God, whom he hath not seen they also come into this place And this commandment have of torment. Abraham faith We from him, that he who unto him, They have Moses lovech God, love his brother and the prophets; let them also.
hear them. And he said, Nay, The Gospel. S. Luke 16. 19; father. Abraham, but if one Here was a certain rich went unto them from the dead,
man, who was clothed in they will repent. And he said purple and fine linen, and fared unto him, If they hear noc Lumptuously every day. And Mofes and the prophets, neia there was a certain beggar na- ther will they be perswaded, med Lazarus, who was laid at though one rose from the dead. his gate full of sores; and defiring to be fed with the crumbs which fell from the rich mans
The second Sunday after Trinity. table: moreover, the dogs came
The Colle:703 and licked his Tores. And it
to help and them died, and was carried by the whom thou doft bring up in angels into Abrahams bolom : thy stedfastfear and love; Keep the rich man also died, and was us, we beseech thee, innder the buried. And in hell he lift up protection of thy good provihiseyes, being in torments, and dence, and make us to have a Teeth Abraham afar off, and perpecual fear and love of thy Lazarus in his bosom. And he holy Name, thro' Jesus Chrift cried, and said, Father Abra- our Lord. Amen. 29 ham, have mercy on me, and The Epiflle. 1 S. John 3. 13 fend Lazarus that he may dip Mif the
world hare you '
Arvel not, my brethreng, and cool my tongue, for I am We know that we have passed tormented in this flame. But from death unto life, because Abraham faid, Son, remember we love the brethren : he that that thou in thy life-time rea loveth not his brother, abidert
came to pass, that the beggar o cond, who never faileft
in death. Whosoever hateth excuse : the first said unto his brother, is a murderer; and him, I have bought a piece of ye know that no murderer hath ground, and I must needs go eternal life abiding in him. and ste it; I pray thee have me Herthy perceive we the love of excused. And another said, I. God, becaule he laid down his have bought five yoke of oxen, life for us : and we ought to and I go to prove them; I pray lay down our lives for the bre. thee have me excused. And thren. But whoso hath this another said, I have married a worlds good, and seech his bro- wife, and therefore I cannot ther have need and shutteth up come. So that servant came, his howels of compassion from and Thewed his Lord these him; how dwelleth the love of things. Then the master of the God in him ? My little chil- house being angry, said to his dren, let us not love in word, servant, Go out quickly into neither in tongue; but in deed, the streets and lanes of the city, and in truth. And hereby we and bring in hither the poor, know diat we are of the truth, and the maimed, and the halt, and shall afsure our hearts bcó and the blind. And the ferfore him. For if our heart vant said, Lord, it is done as condemn us, God is greater thou hast commanded, and yet than our heart, and knoweth there is room... And the Lord all things. Beloved, if our said unto the servant, Go our heart condemn us not, then i to the high-ways, and hedges, have we confidence cowards and compel them to come in, God. And whatsoever we ask, that my house may be filled. we reccive of him, because we For I say unto you, that none keep his commandments, and of those men which were biddo those
things that are plea- den, shall taste of my supper. fing in his fight. And this is his commandment, that we thoidd believe on the Name of The third Sunday after Trinity. his Son Jesus Christ, and love
The Colle&t. one another, as he gave us com- Lord, we thee mandment. And he that keepeth his commandments, dwell- grant that we, to whom thou eth in hiin, and he in him: haft given an hearty desire to and hereby we know that he pray, may by thy mighty aid be abideth in us, by the Spirit defended and comforted in all which ha hath given us.' dangers and adversities, thro® The Gospel. S. Luke 14. 16. Jesus Christ our Lord. 'Amen.
Certain man madca great The Epistle. I S. Pet. 5: 5. A supper, and bade
to another, and be clothed time to say to them that were with humility : for God refift. bidden, Come, for all things eth the prond, and giveth grace are now ready. And they all to the humble. Humble your with one consent began to make felves therefore under the
O mercifuly.co hear us ; and
and fent his servant at füpper
. Ad of you be subject one
en Pettle you. To him be glo. O that ruft in thee, without
mighty hand of God, that he of silver, if the lose one piece;
The Colle. 7.
God, the prote
whom nothing is strong, nothing The Gospel. S. Luke 15. 1. is holy; Increale and multiply
Hen drew near unto him upon us thy mercy, that thou ners for to hear him. And the mayfo pass through thingstemPharisees and Scribes murmur- poral, that we finally lole not ed, saying, This man receiveth the things eternal : Grant this, finners, and eateth with them. O heavenly Father, for Jesus And he spake this parable un- Christs fake our Lord. Amen. to them, saying, What inan of The Epistle. Rom. 8. 18. you having an hundred Deep,
I if he lose one of them, doth not of this present time are not leave the ninety and nine in the worthy to be compared with wilderness, and go after that the glory which shall be revea!which is lost, until he find it? ¢d in us. For the carnest exAnd when he hath found it, he pectation of the creature waitlayech it on his shoulders, re-eth for the manifestation of the joycing. And when he coinech sons of Gud. For the creature home, he calleth together his was made subject to vanity, not friends and neiglibours, saying willingly, but by reason of him unto them, Rejoyce with me, who hadh subjected the same in for I have found my sheep hope : Because the creature it which was loft. I say unto you, seli allo Thall be delivered from that likewise joy fall be in the bondage of corruption, into heaven over one finner that re- the glorious liberty of the chilpenteth, more than over ninety dren of God. For we know and nine just persons, which that the whole creation groanneed no repentance. Either eth, and travaileth in pain to. what woman, having ten pieces gecher until now. And not on
The Gofpel. S. Lukt b.z. Bere all of one mind, ha
lý they, but our felves also, thy Church may joyfully serve which have the first-fruits of thee in all godly quietness, the Spirit, even we our felves through Jésus Christ our Lord! grone within our selves, wait. Amen. ing for the adoption, to wit, The Epistle. 1 S. Pet. 3. 8. the redemption of our body. E
6. 36 ving compassion one of anE ye therefore merciful, as other, love as brethren, be pitiful. Judge not, and ye shall not evil forevil, or railing for rails be judged : condemn not, and ing; but contrariwise, blero ye shall not be condemned:for- fing' ; knowing that ye are give, and yehall be forgiven : thereunto called, that ye should give, and it shall be given un- inherit a hlelling. For he that to you : good measure, pressed will love life, and feegood days, down, and shaken together, let him refrain his tongue from and running over shali men evil, and his lips that they speak give into your bosom. For with no guile. Let him eschew evil, the same measure tisat ye mete and do good ; let him seck withal, it shall be measured to peace, and ensue it. For the you again. And he spake a pa- eyes of the Lord are over the rable unto them, Can the blind righteous, and his ears are open kad the blind ?'fhall they not unto their prayers : but the face both fall into the ditch The of the Lordis against them that disciple is not above his master; do evil. And who is he that but every one that is perfect will harm you, if ye be followfhall be as his master. And why ers of that which is good ? But beholdest thou the mote that and if ye suffer for righteousis in thy brothers eye, but per- ness fake, happy are ye, and be ceiveft not the beam that is in not afraid of their terror, nei, thine own eye? Either how ther be troubled; but fan&tifie canst thou say to thy brother, the Lord God in your hearts. Brother, let me pull out the The Gospel. S. Luke so 1. mote that is in thine eye, when T came to pass, that as the thou thy self beholdest nor the people pressed upon him to beam that is in thine own eye? hear the word of God, he stood Thou hypocrite, cast our first by the lake of Gennefareth ; the beam out of thine own eye, and saw two ships ftanding by and then shalt thou see clearly the lake : but the fifhermen to pull out the mote that is in were gone out of them, and thy brothers eye.
were washing their nets. And
he entred into one of the ships, The fifth Sunday after Trinity, which was Simons, and prayed The Collect
him that he would thrust out thee, that the course of sat down and taught the peón. this world may be so peaceably ple out of the ship. Now when ordcred by thy governance, that he had left speaking, le faid