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ed? for the end of those things humbly beseech thee to put away is death. But now being inade from us all hurtful things, and to free from sin, and become ser-vive us those things which are vants to God, ye have your fruii profitable for us, through Jesus unto holiness, and the end ever-Christ over Lord. Amen. Jasti g life. For the wages of sin The Epistle. Rom. viii. 12.
death: but the gift of God is BRETHREN, we are debtors eternal life, through Jesus Christ not to the flesh, to live after our Lord.
the flesh: For if ye live after the The Gospel St. Mark, viii. 1. deshı, ye shall die; but if ye I hose days the multitude be-through the Spirit do mortify the
ing very reat, and having no- deeds of the body, ye shall live.' thing to eat. Jesus called his dis For as many as are led by the ciples unto him, and saith unter Spirit of God, they are the sons of thein, I have compassion on the God. For ye have not received multitude, because they have now the spirit of bondage again to been with me three days, and have fear ; but ye have received the nothing to eat: and it I send them spirit of adoption, whereby we away fasting to their own houses, cry, Abba, Father. The Spirit they will faint by the way: for itself beareth witness with our divers of them came from far. spirit, that we are the children Aud his disciples answered him, of God. And if children, then From whence can a man satisfy heirs; heirs of God, and joint these men with bread here in the heirs with Christ: if so be tbat wilderness ? ind he asked them, we suffer with him, that we may How inany loaves have ye? And also be glorified together. they said, Seven
And he coin.
The Gospel. St. Matt. vii. 15. manded the people to sit down on BEWARE of false prophets the ground : and he took the se- which come to you in sheep's ver loaves, and gave thanks, and clothing, but inwardly, they are brake, and gave to his disciples to ravening wolves. Ye shall know set before them: and they did set them by their fruits : Do men gathem before the people. And they ther grapes of thorns, or figs of had a few small fishes; and be thistles ? Even so every good tree blessed, and commarded to set bringeth forth good fruit; but a them also before thein. So they corrupt tree bringeth forth evil did eat, and were filled; and they fruit. A good tree cannot bring took
of the broken meat that forth evil fruit; neither can a corwas left, seven baskets. And they rupt tree bring forth good fruit. that had eaten were about four Every tree that bringeth not forth thousand. And he sent them good fruit, is hewn down, and cast away.
into the fire. Wherefore by their
fruits ye shall know them. Not The eighth Sunday after Trinity every one that saith unto me, The Collect.
Lord, Lord, shall enter into the O God, whose never failing pro-kingdom of heaven; but he that
vidence ordereth all things doeth the will of my Father, who both in heaven and earth; we is in heaven.
The ninth Sunday after Trinity. There hath no temptation taken The Collect.
you, but such as is common to GRANT to us, Lord, we be- man: but God is faithful, who will
seech thee, the spirit to think not suffer you to be tempted above and do always such things as are that ye are able; but will with right; that we wbo cannot do any the temptation also make a way thing that is good without thee, to escape, that ye may be able may by thee be enabled to live to bear it. according to thy will, through Je. The Gospel. St. Luke, xvi. 1. sus Christ our Lord. Amen.
JESUS said unto his disciples, The Epistle. 1 Cor. x. 1. There was a certain rich man BRETHREN, I would not that who had a steward ; and the same
ye should be ignorant, bow was accused unto him, that he that all our fathers were under had wasted his goods. And he the cloud. and ali passed through called him, and said unto him, the sea; and were all baptized How is it that I hear this of thee? unto Moses in the cloud, and in the Give an account of thy stewardsea; and did all eat the same spi- ship; for thou mayest be no longritual meat, and did all drink the er steward. Then the steward same spiritual drink; (for they said within bimself, What shall drank of that spiritual Rock that do? for my lord taketh away from followed them; and that Rock was me the stewardship: I cannot dig; Christ.) But with many of them to beg I am ashamed. I am reGod was not well pleased; forthey solved what to do, that when I am were overthrown in the wilder- put out of the stewardship, they ness. Now these things were our may receive me into their houses. examples, to the intent we should So he called every one of bislord's not lust after evil things, as they debtors unto him, and said unto also lusted. Neither be ye idola- the first, How much owest thou tors, as were some of them: asunto my lord? And he said, An it is written, The people sat down bundred measures of oil. And he to eat and drink, and rose up to said unto him, Take thy bill, and play. Neither let us commit for- sit down quickly, and write fifty. nication, as some of them commit. Then said he to another, And how ted, and fell in one day three much owest thou? And he said, and twenty thousand. Neither let An hundred measures of wheat. us tempt Christ, as some of them and he said unto him, Take thy also tempted, and were destroyed Lill, and write fourscore. And of serpents. Neither murmur ye, the lord commended the unjust as some of them also murmured, steward, because he had done and were destroyed of the de-wisely: for the children of this stroyer. Now all these things world are in their generation happened unto them for ensam- wiser than the children of light. ples: and they are written for And I say unto you, Make to our admonition, upon whom the yourselves friends of the mammon ends of the world are come. of unrighteousness; that when Wherefore let him that thinketh ye fail, they may receive you inhe standetb, take beed lest he fall. to everlasting habitations.
The tenth Sunday after Trinity..known, even thou, at least in this The Collect.
thy day, th. things which belong LET thy merciful ears. O Lord, unto thy peace! but now they
be open to the prayers of thy are hid from thine eyes. For the humble servants; and that they days shall come upon thee, that may obtain their petitions make thine enemies shall cast a trench thein to ask such things as still about thee, and compass thee please thee, throughi Jesus Christ round, and keep thee in on every our Lord. Amen.
side, and shall lay thee even with The Epistle. 1 Cor. xii. 1. the ground, and thy children CONCERNING spiritual gifts, vithin thee: and they shall not
brethren, I would not have leave in thee one stone upon an you ignorant. Ye know that ye other; because thou knowest not were Gentiles, carried away unto the iime of thy visitation. And these dumb idols even as ye were he went into the temple, and be. led. Wherefore l give you to 11- an to cast out them that sold derstand, thai no man, speaking therein, and them that bought, say by the Spirit of God, calleih Je-ling unto them, It is written, My sús accursed ; and that no man can house is the house of prayer ; but say that Jesus is the Lord, but by ye have made it a den of thieves. the Holy Ghost. Now there are and he taught daily in the temple. diversities of gifts, but the same Spirit. And there are differences The eleventh Sunday after Trinity. of administrations, but the same
The Collect. Lord. And there are diversities O God, who declarest thy Al. of operations, but it is the same mighty power chiefly in show God who worketh all in all. But ing mercy and pity; mercifully the manifestation of the Spirit is grant unto us such a measure of given to every man to profit with thy grace, that we, running the al. Forto one is given by the Spirit way of thy commandments, may the word of wisdom; to another, obtain thy gracious promises, and the word of knowledge by the be made partakers of thy heavensame Spirit; to another, faith by ly treasure, through Jesus Christ the same Spirit; to another, the four Lord. Amen. gifts of healing by the same Spi- The Epistle. 1 Cor. xv. 1. rit; to another.ihe working of mi- BRETHREN, I declare unto racles; to another, prophecy; to you the Gospel which I preachanother, discerning of spirits; to ed unto you, which also ye have another, divers kinds of tongues; received, and wherein ye stand, to another, the interpretation of by which also ye are saved, if ye tongues. But all these worketh keep in memory what I preached that one and the self-same Spirit, unto you. unless ye have believed dividing to every man severally in vain. For I delivered unto you a he will.
first of all, that which I also reThe Gospel. St. Luke, xix. 41. ceived, how that Christ died for ΑΝ ND when he was come near, our sins, according to the Scrip
he beheld the city, and wept tures; and that he was buried; and over it, saying, If thou hadst that he rose again the third day,
according to the Scriptures; and The twelfth Sunday after Trinity. that he was seen of Cephas; then
The Collect. of the twelve : After that, he was ALMIGHTY and everlasting seen of above five hundred breth- God, who art always more ren at once; of whom the great- ready to hcar than we to pray, and er part remain unto this present: art wont to give more than either but some are fallen asleep. After we desire or deserve; pour down that he was seen of Jaines; then upon us the abundance of thy of all the Apostles: and last of all mercy, forgiving us those things he was seen of me also, as of one wliereof our conscience is afraid, born out of due time. For I am and giving us those good things the least of the Apostles, that am which we are not worthy to ask, not meet to be called an Apostle, but through the merits and mebecause I persecuted the Church diation of Jesus Christ thy Son of God. But, by the grace of God, our Lord. Amen. I am what I am ; and bis grace, The Epistle. 2 Cor iji. 4. which was bestowed upon me, SUCH! trust have we through was not in vain ; but I laboured Christ to God-ward : Not that more abundantly than they all : we are sufficient of ourselves to yet not I, but the grace of God think any thing as of ourselves; which was with me. Therefore, but our sufficiency is of God. Who whether it were I, or they, so we also hath made us able ministers preach, and so ye believed. of the New Testament; not of the The Gospel. St. Luke, xviii. 9. letter, but of the Spirit: for the JESUS spake this parable unto letter killeth, but the Spirit giveth
certain which trusted in them-life. But if the ministration of selves that they were righteous, death, written and engraven in and despised others: Two men stones, was glorious, so that the went up into the temple to pray; children of Israel could not stead. the one a Pharisee, and the other fastly behold the face of Moses a Publican. The Pharisee stood for the glory of his countenance, and prayed thus with himself : which glory was to be done away; God. I thank thee, that I am not how sha!l not the ministration of as other men are, extortioners, the Spirit be rather glorious ? For unjust, adulterers, or even as this if the ministration of condemnaPublican : 1 fast twice in the tion be glory, much more doth week, I give tithes of all that the ministration of righteousness possess. And the Publican stand-exceed in glory. ing afar off, would not lift up so The Gospel. St. Mark, vii. 31. much as his eyes unto heaven, but JESUS, departing from the smote upon
his breast, saying, God coast of Tyre and Sidon, came be merciful to me a sinner. I tell unto the sea of Galilee, through you, this man went down to his the wpidst of the coasts of Deca. house justified rather than the polis, and they bring unto him other : for every one that exalteth one that was deaf, and had an imhimself, shall be abased ; and he pediment in bis speech; and they that bumbleth himself, shall be beseech bim to put his hand upon exalted.
him. And he took him aside from
the multitude, and put his fingers/gressions, till the seed shoul into his ears, and he spit, and come to whom the promise wa touched his tongue ; and looking made; and it was ordained by an up to heaven, he sighed, and saith gels in the hand of a mediator unto him, Ephphatha, that is, be Now a mediator is not a mediator opened. And straightway his of one; but God is one. Is the ears were opened, and the string law then against the promises of of his tongue was loosed, and he God? God forbid; for if there spake plain. And he charged had been a law given which could them that they should tell no man: have given life, verily righteousbut the more he charged them, so ness should have been by the law. much the more a great deal they But the Scripture hath concluded published it; and were beyond all under sin, that the promise, ineasure astonished, saying, He by faith of Jesus Christ, might be hath done all things well; he given to them that believe. maketh both the deaf to hear, The Gospel. St. Luke, a. 23. and the dumb to speak. BLESSED are the eyes which
see the things that ye see : The thirteenth Sunday after For I tell you that many prophets Trinity.
and kings bave desired to see The Collect.
those things which ye see, and ALMIGHTY and merciful God, have not seen them; and to hear
of whose only gift it cometh those things which ye hear, and that thy faithful people do nnto have not heard them. And bethee true and laudable service; hold a certain lawyer stood up, grant, we beseech thee, that we and tempted him, saying, Master, may so faithfuily serve thee in what shall I do to inherit eternal this life, that we fail not finally life? He said into him, What is to attain thy heavenly promises, written in the law ? How readest through the merits of Jesus Christ thou? And he answering said, our Lord. Amen.
Thou shalt love the Lord, thy God The Epistle. Gal. i. 16. with all thy heart, and with all TO Abraham and his seed were thy soul, and with all thy strength,
the promises made. He saith and with all thy mind; and iny not, And to seeds, as of many; neighbour as thyself. And be but as of one, And to thy seed, said unto him, Thou hast answer. which is Christ. And this I say, ed right: this do, and thou shalt That the covenant that was con- live. But he, willing to justify firmed before of God in Christ, himself. said unto Jesus, Aud who the law, which was four hundred is my neighbour? And Jesus an. and thirty years after, cannot swering said, A certain nian went di annul, that it should make the down from Jerusalemn to Jericho, promise of none effect. For if and fell among thieves, which the inheritance be of the law, it stript hiin of his raiment, and is no more of promise ; but God wounded bim, and departed, leavgave it to Abraham by promise.ing him half dead. And by chance Wherefore then serveth the law ?lthere came down a certain Priest
was added because of trans- that way; and when he saw him,