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S’LUXE. Chap. XVI, Ver: 22.


The Epistle. I St. John iii. 13./ments, dwelleth in him, and MARVEL not, my brethren, he in him : and hereby we

if the world hate you know that he abideth in us, We know that we have passed by the Spirit which he hath from death unto life, because given us. we love the brethren. He that loveth not his brother,

The Gospel. St. Luke xiv. 16. abideth in death. Whosoever CERTAIN man' made hateth his brother, is a mur

a great supper, and bade derer: and ye know that no many; and sent his servant at murderer bath eternal life supper time, to say to them abiding in him. Hereby per-that were bidden, Come, for ceive we the love of God, be- all things are now ready. And cause he laid down his life for they all with one consent beus; and we ought to lay down gan to make excuse : The our lives for the brethren, first said un'o him, I have But whoso hath this world's bought a piece of ground, and good, and seeth his brother I must needs go see it; I have need, and shutteth up pray thee have me excused : his bowels of compassion from Andanother said, I have bought him ; how dwelleth the love of five yoke of oxen, and I go to God in him ? My little chil-prove them; I pray thee have dren, let us not love in word. me excused And another neither in tongue ; but in deed, said, I have married a wife and in truth. And hereby and therefore I cannot come. we know that we are of the so that servant came, and truth, and shall assure our showed his lord these things. hearts before him. For if our Then the master of the house, heart condemn us, God is being angry, said to his sergreater than our heart, and vant, Go out quickly into the knoweth all things. Beloved, streets and lanes of the city, if our heart condemn us not, and bring in hither the poor, then have we confidence to and the maimed, and the halt, wards God. And whatsoever and the blind. And the serwe ask, we receive of him. vant said, lord, it is done as because we keep his command-thou hast commanded, and yet ments, and do those thingsl here is room. And the lcril that are pleasing in his sight. | said unto the servant, Go out And this is his commandment, irito the highways and hedges, That we should believe on the and compel them to come in, name of his Son Jesus Christ, that my house may be filled and love one another, as he for I say unto you, that none gave us commandment. And of those men which were bide he that keepeth his command- den shall taste of iny supper,

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The Third Sunday after the Pharisees and Scribes mur. Trinity.

mured, saying, This man reThe Collect,

ceiveth sinners, and eateth

with thein. And he spake mercifully to hear us; What man of you having an and grant that we, to whom Hundred sheep, if he lose one thou hast given an hearty de-of them, doth not leave the sire to pray, may, by thy ninety and nine in the wildermighty aid, be defended and

ness, and go after that which comforted in all dangers and ad- is lost, until he find it? And versities, through Jesus Christ when he hath found it, he our Lord. Amen.

layeth it on his shoulders, reThe Epistle. St. Peter v, 5. joicing. And when he cometh

home, he calleth together his LL of you be subject one friends and neighbours, saying

to another, and be cloth- unto them, Rejoice with me, ed with humility : For God for I have found my sheep resisteth the proud, and giveth which was lost. I say unto grace to the humble. Hum- you, that likewise joy shall be ble yourselves therefore under in heaven over one sinner that the mighty hand of God, that repenteth, more than over he may exalt you in due time: ninety and nine just persons, casting all your care upon him; which need no repentance. for he careth for you. Be so-Either what woman having ber, be vigilant; because your ten pieces of silver, if she adversary the devil, as a roar- lose one piece, doth not light ing lion, walketh about, seek- a candle, and sweep the house, ing whom he may devour : and seek diligently till she find whom resist, steadfast in the it? And when she hath found faith ; knowing that the same it

, she calleth her friends and africtions are accomplished in her neighbours together, sayyour brethren that are in the ing, Rejoice with me, for I world. But the God of all have found the piece which I grace, who hath called us unto had lost. Likewise, I say unto his eternal glory by Christ Je-you, there is joy in the presus, after that ye have suffer-sence of the Angels of God cd a while, make you perfect, over one sinner that repenteth. stablish, strengthen, settle you. To him be glory and dominion The Fourth Sunday after for ever and ever. Amen.

Trinity. The Gospel. St. Luke xv. I.

The Collect. THE THEN drew near unto him O GOD, the protector of all all the

that ners for to hear him, And out whom nothing is strong,

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nothing is holy; increase and be given unto you ; good meamultiply upon us thy mercy ; sure pressed down, and shaken that thou being our ruler and together, and running over, guide, we may so pass through shall men give into yourbosom. things temporal, that we final- For with the same measure ly lose not the things eternal : that ye mete withal, it shall be Grant this, I heavenly Father, measured to you again. And for Jesus Christ's sake oui he spake a parable unto them: Lord. Amen.

Can the blind lead the blind ? The Epistle. Rom. viii. 18. Mich? The disciple is not

shall they not both fall into the RECKON that the suffer- above his master : but every

I this

are not worthy to be compared his master. And why beholdest
with the glory which shall be thou the mote that is in thy
revealed in us. For the ear-brother's eye, but perceivest
Dest expectation of the crea- not the beam that is in thine
ture waiteth for the manifes. own eye? Either how canst
tation of the sons of God. thou say to thy brother, Bro-
For the creature was made ther, let me pull out the mote
subject to vanity, not willingly, that is in thine eye, when thou
but by reason of him who hath thyself beholdest not the beam
subjected the same in hope that is in thine own eye? Thou
because the creature itself also hypocrite, cast out first the
shall be delivered from the beam out of thine own eye,
bondage of corruption, into and then shalt thou see clearly
the glorious liberty of the chil- to pull out the mote that is in
dren of God. For we know thy brother's eye.
that the whole creation groan-
eth, and travaileth in pain to The Fifth Sunday after
gether until now: And not

only they, but ourselves also,
which have the first fruits of

The Collect.

groan within ourselves, wail-
ing for the adoption, to wit, of this world may be so peace-
the redemption of our body. bly ordered by thy govern-
The Gospel. St. Luke vi. 36. ance, that thy Church may

joyfully serve thee in all godly E ye therefore merciful, quietness, through Jesus Christ

as also is .
merciful. Judge not, and ye
shall not be judged: condemn

The Epistle. 1 St. Peter iii. 8. not, and ye shall not be con

Bye all of one mind, havdemned : forgive, and ye shall ing compassion one of anbe forgiven : give, and it shall other; love as brethren, Le

The Spirit, even we ourselves G Beechthee, that the course

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pitiful, be courteous ; not ren-draught. And Simon answer. dering evil for evil, or railinging, said unto him, Master, for railing ; but contrariwise, we have toiled all the night, blessing; knowing that ye are and have taken nothing ne. thereunto called, that ye shouldvertheless, at thy word I will inherit a blessing. For he that let down the net. And when will love life, and see good they had this done, they endays, let him refrain his tongue closed a great multitude of from evil, and his lips that fishes, and their net brake. they speak no guile : Let him And they beckoned unto their eschew evil, and do good ; partners which were in the Let him seek peace, and en-other ship, that they should sue it : For the eyes of the come and help them. And Lord are over the righteous, they came, and filled both and his ears are open unto the ships ; so that they began their prayers : but the face of to sink. When Simon Peter the Lord is against them that saw it, he fell down at Jesus' do evil. And who is he that knees, saying, Depart from will harm you, if ye be fol- me, for I am a sinful man, O lowers of that which is good ? Lord.

good ?Lord. For he was astonished, But anrl if ye suffer for righte-and all that were with him, at ousness sake, happy are ye : the draught of the fishes which and be not afraid of their ter. they had taken ; and so was ror, neither be troubled ; but also James and John the sons sanctify the Lord God in your of Zebedee, which were parthearts.

Iners with Simon. And Jesus

said unto Simon, Fear not ;
The GospelSt. Luke v. 1. from henceforth thou shalt
T came to pass, that as the catch men. And when they

people pressed upon him to had brought their ships to land,
hear the word of God, he they forsook all, and followed
stood by the lake of Gennesa- him.
reth, and saw two ships stand-
ing by the lake ; but the fish The Sixth Sunday after
crmen were gone out of them,

Trinity. and were washing their nets

The Collect.. And he entered into one of the GOD, who hast prepar.. ships, which was Simon's, and ed for those who lovethee, prayed him that he would such good things as pass man's thrust out a little from the understanding ; pour into our land: and he sat down, and hearts such love towards thee, taught the people out of the that we, loving thee above all ship Now when he had left things, may obtain thy prospeaking, he said unto Simon, mises, which exceed all that Launch out into the deep, and we can desire, through Jesus let down your nets for a Christ our Lord.


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