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A Collect for Aid against we humbly beseech thee for all Perils.
sorts and conditions of men, ther, by whose almighty to make thy ways known unto power we have been preserved them, thy saving health unto this day; by thy great mercy all nations. More especially we defend us from all perils and pray for thy holy Church unidangers of this night, for the versal; that it may be so gui love of thy only Son our Sa- ded and governed by thy good viour Jesus Christ. Amen. Spirit, that all who profess and T A Prayer for the President call themselves Christians, may of the United States, and all be led into the way of truth, in Civil Authority.
and hold the faith in unity of ther, the high and mighty and in righteousness of life. Ruler of the universe, who dost Finally, we commend to thy from thy throne behold all the Fatherly goodness, all those dwellers upon earth ; most who are any ways afflicted or heartily we beseech thee, with distressed in mind, body, or thy favour to behold and bless estate ; that it may please thee thy servant, The President of to comfort and relieve them, the United States, and all others according to their several nein authority; and so replenish cessities; giving them patience them with the grace of thy Ho- under their sufferings, and a ly Spirit, that they may always happy issue out of all their afincline to thy will, and walk in flictions: And this we beg for thy way: Endue them plen- Jesus Christ's sake. Amen. teously with heavenly gifts; TA general Thanksgiving. Beant them in health and pros: ALMIGHTY God, Father after this life, to attain everlast- unworthy
servants, do give thee ing joy and felicity, through most humble and hearty thanks Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. for all thy goodness and loving TT A Prayer for the Clergy and kindness to us, and to all men. People.
We bless thee for our creation, ing God, from whom com-lings of this life; but, above all, 6th every good and perfect for thine inestimable love in gift, send down upon our the redemption of the world by Bishops and other Clergy, and our Lord Jesus Christ; for the upon the Congregations com- means of grace, and for the mitted to their charge, the hope of glory. And, we beseech healthful spirit of thy grace, thee, give us that due sense of and, that they may truly please all thy mercies, that our hearts thee, pour upon them the con- may be unfeignedly thankful, tinual dew of thy blessing : and that we may show forth thy Grant this, O Lord, for the ho- praise, not only with our lips, nour of our Advocate and Me-but in our lives; by giving up diator Jesus Christ. Amen. ourselves to thy service, and by LA Prayer for all Conditions walking before thee
in holiness of Men.
and righteousness all our days, GOD, the Creator and through Jesus Christ our Lord
ly Ghost, be all honour and glo-1 most expedient for them; grantry, world without end. Amen. ing us in this world knowledge TT A Prayer of St. Chrysostom.
of thy truth, and in the world ALMOGHTY God, who bast to come life everlasting. Amen.
2 Cor. xiii. 14 with one accord to make our common supplications unto THE grace of our Lord Jewhen two or three are gathered Holg Ghost, be with us all
God, and the fellowship of the together in thy name, thou wilt grant their requests; fulfil now,
evermore. Amen. O Lord, the desires and peti- Here endeth the Order of tions of thy servants, as may be Evening Prayer.
THE LITANY, 1 Or General Supplication, to be used after Morning Service,
on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. O :
ven; have mercy upon us us, good Lord, spare thy peomiserable sinners.
ple, whom thou hast redeemed O God, the Father of Hea- with thy most precious blood, ven; have mercy upon us mi- and be not angry with us for serable sinners.
ever: O God the Son, Redeemer Spare us, good Lord. of the world; have mercy upon
From all evil and mischief; us miserable sinners.
from sin; from the crafts and O God the Son, Redeemer of assaults of the devil; from thy the world; have mercy upon wrath, and from everlasting us miserable sinners.
damnation; O God the Holy Ghost, pro
Good Lord, deliver us. ceeding from the Father and From all blindness of heart; the Son; have mercy upon us from pride, vain-glory, and hy. miserable sinners.
pocrisy; from envy, hatred, O God the Holy Ghost, pro- and malice, and all uncharitaceeding from the Father and bleness;. the Son; have mercy upon us Good Lord, deliver us. miserable sinners.
From all inordinate and sinO holy, blessed, and glorious ful affections; and from all the Trinity, three persons and one deceits of the world, the flesh, God; have mercy upon us mi- and the devil; serable ginners.
Good Lord, deliver us. O holy, blessed, and glorious From lightning and tempest; Trinity, three persons
and one from plague, pestilenco, and God; have mercy upon us mi- famine; from battle and serable sinners.
from sudden Remember not, Lord, our of- death ;' fences, nor the offences of our Good Lord, deliver us. forefathers ; neither take thou From al sedition, privy con
spiracy, and rebellion; from all give to all nations unity, peace, false doctrine, heresy, and and concord; schism; from hardness of heart, We beseech thee to hear us, and contempt of thy Word and good Lord. Commandment;
That it may please thee to Good Lord, deliver us. give us an heart to love and fear By the mystery of thy holy thee, and diligently to live after Incarnation; by thy holy Na-thy Commandments; tivity and Circumcision; hy thy We beseech thee to hear us, Baptism, Fasting, and Temp- good Lord. tation ;
That it may please thee to Good Lord, deliver us. give to all thy people increase
By thine Agony and bloody of grace, to hear meekly thy Sweat; by thy Cross and Pas- Word, and to receive it with sion; by, thy precious Death pure affection, and to bring and 'Burial; by thy glorious forth the fruits of the Spirit; Resurrection and Ascension; We beseech thee to hear us, and by the coming of the Ho- good Lord. ly Ghost
That it may please thee to Good Lord, deliver us. bring into the way of truth, all
In all time of our tribulation, such as have erred and are de in all time of our prosperity; ceived ; in the hour of death, and in the We beseech thee to hear u8, day of judgment;
good Lord. Good Lord, deliver us. That it may please thee to
We sinners do beseech thee strengthen such as do stand, and to hear us, O Lord God ; and to comfort and help the weakthat it may please thee to rule hearted, and to raise up thoso and govern thy holy Church who fall, and finally to beat universal in the right way; down Satan under our feet;
We beseech thee to heur us, We beseech thee to hear us, good Lord.
good Lord. That it may please thee to That it may please thee to bless and preserve all Christian succour, help, and comfort all Rulers and Magistrates; giving who are in danger, necessity, them grace to execute justice, and tribulation; and to maintain truth;
We bescech 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 preserve all who travel by land illuminate all Bishops, Priests, or by water, all women in the and Deacons, with true know-perils of child-birth, all sick ledge and understanding of thy persons,, and young children, Word; and that both by their and to show thy pity upon all preaching and living they may prisoners and captives; set it forth, and show it ac- We bescech thee to hear us, cordingly,
good Lord. We bescech thee to hear us, That it may please thee to good Lord.
defend, and provide for, the taThat it may please thee to therless children, and widows, bless and keep all thy people; and all who are desolate anil
We beseech thee to hear us, oppressed ; good Lord.
We beseech thee to hear us, That it may please thee to good Lord.
That it may please thee to Name: Thy Kingdom come; have mercy upon all men; Thy Will be done on Earth, as
We beseech thee to hear us, it is in Heaven; Give us this good Lord.
day our daily bread; And forThat it may please thee to give us our trespasses, as we forgive our enemies, persecu- forgive those who trespass tors, and slanderers, and to turn against us; And lead us not their hearts ;
But deliver us We bescech thee to hear us, from evil. Amen. good Lord.
Min. O Lord, deal not with That it may please thee to us according to our sins. give and preserve to our use Ans. Neither reward us acthe kindly fruits of the earth, cording to our iniquities. 80 that in due time we may en
I Let us pray. joy them;
We bescech thee to hear us, O good Lord.
who despisest not the sighThat it may please thee to ing of a contrite heart, nor the give us true repentance, to for- desire of such as are sorrowful; give us all our sins, negligences, I which we make before thee in
mercifully assist our prayers and ignorances, and to endue us with the grace of thy Holy all our troubles and adversities, Spirit, to amend our lives ac- whensoever they oppress us; cording to thy Holy Word;
and graciously hear us, that We beseech thee to hear us, subtilty of the devil or man
those evils which the craft and good Lord.
Son of God, we beseech thee worketh against us, may, by thy to hear us.
good providence, be brought to Son of God, we beseech thee pought; that we, thy servants, to hear us.
being hurt by no persecutions, O Lamb of God, who takest may evermore give thanks un
to thee in thy holy Church, away the sins of the world; Grant us thu peace.
through Jesus Christ our Lord. O Lamb of God, who takest deliver us, for thy name's sake.
O Lord, arise, help us, and away the sins of the world ;
Have mercy upon us. 1 The Minister may,at his dis- O GOD, we have
heard with cretion, omit all that folloros, have declared unto us, the noto the Prayer, “We humbly ble works that thou didst in beseech thee, O Father," fc. their days, and in the old time (O Christ, hear us.
before thom. O Christ, hear us.
O Lord, arise, help us, and
With pity behold the sorrows for tbine inestimable love in the of our hearts.
redemption of the world by Mercifully forgive the sins our Lord Jesus Christ; for the of thy people.
means of grace, and for the Favourably with mercy hear hope of glory. 'And, we beour prayers.
seech thee, give us that due O Son of David, have mercy sense of all thy mercies, that upon us.
our hearts may be unfeignedly Both now and ever, vouch- thankful, and that we may safe to hear us, O Christ. show forth thy praise, not only
Graciously hear ILS, o with our lips, but in our lives; Christ; graciously hear us, by giving up ourselves to thy O Lord Christ.
service, and by walking before Min. O Lord, let thy mercy thee in holiness and righteousbe showed upon us ;
ness all our days, through JeAns. As we do put our trust sus Christ our Lord; to whom, in thee.)
with thee and the Holy Ghost, T Let us pray.
be all honour and glory, world WE humbly, beseechlibee, without end. Amen. look upon our infirinities; and, 17 A Prayer of St. Chrysostom. for the glory of thy name, turn
, from us all those evils that we given us grace at this time, most justly have deserved; and with one accord to make our grant that, in all our troubles, common supplications unto we may putour whole trust and thce; and dost promise that confidence in thy mercy; and when two or three are gathered evermore serve thee in holiness together in thy name, thou wilt and pureness of living, to thy grant their requests; fulfil now, honour and glory, through our O Lord, the desires and petionly Mediator and Advocate, tions of thy servants, as may Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. be most expedient for them; 1 A general Thanksgiving. granting us in this world knowA ,
of all mercies, we, thine world to come life everlasting. unworthy servants,do give thee Amen.
2 Cor. xiii. 14. morath thy goodness and loving THUEhrist, and the love of
grace JeWe bless thee for our creation, God, and the fellowship of the preservation, and all the bless- Holy Ghost, be with us all ings of this life; but, above all, revermore. Amen.
Here endeth the Litany.
UPON SEVERAL OCCASIONS, To be used before the two final Prayers of Morning ami
PRAYERS. TA Prayer for Congress, to be used during their Session.
OST gracious God, we for the People of these United