Instructions for confession, communion, and Confirmation. Newly revised

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Page 24 - Father, I have sinned against heaven, and before thee, and am not worthy to be called thy son ; make me as one of thy hired servants.
Page 27 - Have mercy on me, O God, according to thy great mercy, And according to the multitude of thy tender mercies, blot out my iniquity.
Page 76 - I possess, what would they be, when compared to the blessings thou hast here bestowed on me ; what to the debt I owe, which is in some kind equal to what I receive, infinite as thyself? Thou hast mercifully given thyself to me, for the food of my soul ; and now behold I offer thee all that I have, all that I am, all that I possess ; to thee I make a full surrender of them all, that, being wholly thine, I may now no longer have any part in myself. An Act of Humility. In...
Page 101 - Jesus ; nor any thing afflict me but my sins, and whatever is displeasing to thy divine Majesty. O blessed Jesus, life eternal, by whom I live, and without whom I die...
Page 81 - Son :3 who lives and reigns with Thee in the unity of the Holy Spirit God for ever and ever, Amen.
Page 81 - Physician of life, as one defiled to the Fountain of mercy, as one blind to the light of eternal splendour, as one poor and needy to the Lord of heaven and earth.
Page 73 - God, with all my heart, with all my foul, and with all my ftrength...
Page 94 - What pledge can I give, O my Saviour, as an earnest of the love which I have now engaged to thee? I have nothing worthy of thee, and if I had, I have nothing but what is thine ; but such is thy goodness, that thou art content to accept from us what is already thine own. Wherefore, behold, I here offer to thee my body and soul, which are both now sanctified by thy divine presence ; I consecrate them to thee for ever, since thou hast chosen them for thy temple ; my body to...
Page 83 - Lord, fall down and adore him, giving blefling and glory, and thankfgiving, and honour, to him that fits on the throne, and to the lamb for ever: this fame ought to be his employment; and his heart.
Page 26 - Oh that I had never sinned ! Happy those souls who have preserved their innocence : oh that I had been so happy ! But now I am resolved, with the help of thy grace, to be more watchful over myself, to amend my failings, and fulfil thy law. Look down on me with the eyes of mercy, O God, and blot out my sins. Forgive me what is past, and, through thine infinite goodness, secure me, by thy grace, against all my wonted failings for the time to come.

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