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Proper leffons to be read for the firft leffons, both at morning and evening prayer, on the fundayes throughout the yeare:and for fome alfo the fecond leffons.
Sundayes of For morning. For evening.
The fift. ii.
Sundayes af tr Chrifimas.
Sundayes af ter the Epiphany
unto verf. 21.
The order how the rest of holy feripture (befide the plalter) is appointed to be read.
1e old Teftament is appointed for the fift lefCons at morning and evening prayer, an iholl be read through every yeare once, except certai books and chapters which be leatfeditying, and might bell be Ipared, and therefore
are left unread.
The new Tolument is appointed for the fecond leffons at morning and even prayer, and thd be read over orderly every vene dice, belles the epiles and gefpels: except the Revelation, out of the which there be onely certain teflons pointed upon divers proper feats.
And to know what letions fail be read every day:finde the day of the month in the Kalendar going before, and there ye fhell perceive the books and chapters that thill bc read for the lefions both at mo.ning and evening prayers
And here is to be noted, thit whenfoever there be any proper pfalmes or leffons appointed for the Sundayes, or | for any feal moveable or unmoveable, then the pflines i and fons appointed in the Kalendar,fhali be omitted for
Ye nuit pote alfo that the colle&,epiftle, and gospel appointed for the Sunday, ball ferve all the week after,excoot there fall fome feaft that hath his proper.
When the yeare of our Lord may be divided into foure even parts, which is every fourth yeare, then the Sundaycter leapeth and that yeare the pfalmes and leffons which ferve for the 23 day of February,ihall be read again the day following except it be Sunday,which hath proper leflons of the old Teftament appointed in the table Terving to hat purpofe.
Allo, wherefoever the beginning of any leffon, epiftle, or gospel is not expreffed: there ye muft begin at the begianing of the chapter.
And wherefoever is not expreffed how farre fhall be read: there you fhill reade to the end of the chapter.
Item, to often as the first chapter of S.Matthew is read, either for leffon or gospel,ye fhall begin the fame at ver. 18. Now the birth of Jefus Chrift was, &c. And the 3. chapter of S.Lukes gospel fhall be read unto the middle of verf.: 3. Being as vous fuppofed, c.
The day of the Fall
That is to fay: all fundayes in the yeare.
Of the Pleather of the blaffed Vigin.
The table for the order of the pfalmes, to be faid at morning and evening prayer.
Dayes of the Pfalmes for mining ¶ Pfalmes for evening
The day of the fealt
These are to be observed for holy-dayes,and none other.
"Of Saint Matthew the apofle.
Of Saint Andrew the apoftle.
Ezek. 18. 122
*I do know mine own wickedneffe, and
ORDER FOR MORNING
PRAYER DAILY THROUGH
OUT THE YEAR E.
Tthe beginning both of morning prayer, and likewife of evening prayer, the minister (ball reade with a loud voice fome one of thefe fentences of the fcriptures that follow. And then teball fay that which is written after the faid fentences.
T*what time foever a fin-
*To thee, O Lord God, belongeth mercy
10.24. Correct us, O Lord, and yet in thy judge
*I will go to my Father, and fay to him, Father, I have finned against heaven, and against thee: I am no more worthy to be called thy fonne.
*Enter not into judgement with thy fervants, O Lord: for no fleth is righteous in thy fight.
*If we fay that we have no finne, we
ceive our felves, and there is no truth in us.
de-Almighty God, the Father of our the
Jefus Chrift, which defireth not death of a finner,but rather that he may turn his wickedneffe and live, and
ledge and confeffe our manifold finnes and
neffe of the fame,by his infinite goodnes and mercy. And although we ought at all times humbly to acknowledge our finnes before God,yet ought we moft chiefly fo to do,when we affemble and meet together to render thanks for the great benefits that we have received at his hands, to set forth his most worthy praife,to heare his most holy word, and to ask thofe things which be requifite and neceffary,afwell for the body as the foul. Wherefore I pray and befeech you as many as be here prefent, to accompany me with a pure heart and humble voice, unto the throne of the heavenly grace, faying after me.
4 generall confißion to be faid of the whole congregation after the minister, kneeling. Lmighty and moft mercifull Father, we Ahave erred and ftrayed from thy wayes like loft fheep: we have followed too much the devices and defires of our own hearts; we have offended against thy holy laws: we have left undone thofe things which we ought to have done, and we have done thofe things which we ought not to have done: and there is no health in us:but thou, O Lord,have mercy upon us miferable offenders: Spare thou them, O God,which confeffe their faults: Reftore thou them that be penitent, according to thy promifes declared unto mankinde in Chrift Jefu our Lord: and grant,O molt mercifull Father, for his fake, that we may hereafter live a godly, righteous, and fober life, to the glory of thy holy name. Amen.
The abfolution or remißion of finnes to be pronounced by the minister alone.
power and commandment to his minifters, to declare and pronounce to his people being penitent,the abfolution and remiflion of their finnes, he pardoneth and abfolveth all them which truly repent, and unfeignedly beleeve his holy gofpel, Wherefore we beseech him