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Man shall not live by bread alone, even as the Gentiles which k but by every word that proceedeth not God: that no man go bey out of the mouth of God." Then the and defraud his brother in devil taketh him up into the holy matter; because that the Lor city, and setteth him on a pinnacle the avenger of all such, as we of the temple, and saith unto him, have forewarried you and testi If thou be the Son of God, cast thy-For God hath not called us self down; for it is written, He uncleanness, but unto holiness. shall give his angels charge con- therefore that despiseih, despis cerning thee; and in their hands not man, but God, who hath they shall bear thee up, lest at any given unto us his Holy Spirit. time thou dash thy foot against a The Gospel. St. Matt. xv. 21 stone. Jesus said unto him. It is JESUS
went thence and depa
ed into the coasts of Tyre a the Lord thy God. Again the de- Sidon. And behold, a woman vil taketh him up into an exceeding Canaan came out of the sa high mountain, and showeth him coasts, and cried unto him, sayi all the kingdoms of the world, and Have mercy on me, O Lord, 'th the glory of them; and saith unto Son of David, my daughter is grie him, All these things will I give ously vexed with a devil. But thee, ir thou wilt fall down and answered her not a word. A worship me. Then saith Jesus un- his disciples came and besoug to him, Get thee hence, Satan; for him, saying, Send her away, for s it is written, Thou shalt worship crieth after us. But he answer the Lord thy God, and him only and said, I am not sent but un shalt thou serve. Then the devil the lost sheep of the house of leaveth him, and, behold, angelsrael. Then came, she and wo came and ministered unto him.
shipped him, saying, Lord, he The second Sunday in Lent. me. But he answered and said, The Collect.
is not meet to take the children that we have no power of our-she said, Truth, Lord; yet the dog selves to help ourselves; keep us eat of the crumbs which fall from both outwardly in our bodies, and their master's table. Then Jesu inwardly in our souls; that we answered and said unto her, O wc may be defended from all adversi- nian, great is thy faith: be it unte ties which may happen to the body, thee even as thou wilt. And he and from all evil thoughts which daughter was made whole from may assault and hurt the soul, that very hour. through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
The third Sunday in Lent.
The Collect. The Epistle. 1 Thess. iv. I. WE beseech you, brethren, and WE beseech thee, Almighty God. exhort you by the Lord Jesus,
look upon the hearty desires that as ye have received of us how of thy humble servants, and stretch ge ought to walk, and to please forth the right hand of thy Majesty, God, so ye would abound more
to be our detenee against all, our and more.
For ye know what enemies, through Jesus Christ ou commandments we gave you by
Lord. Amen. the Lord Jesus. For this is the
The Epistle. Ephes. V. will of God, even your sanctifica- BE ye therefore followers of God, tion, that ye should abstain from as dear children; and walk in fornication; that every one of you love, as Christ also hath loved us, should know how to possess his and hath given himself for us, an vessel in sanctification and honour; offering and a sacrifice to God, for nat in the lust of concupiscence a sweet smelling savour. But for.
behold, a BURE
Sed unto hins
rith a devil. By
end her awar,
But he anal 7 not sent bare
On me, 0 Lont but now are ye light in the Lord: he findeth it swept and garnished,
of the house is a shame even to speak of those the company lift up her voice, and aswered and is red, are made manifest by the thoú. hást sucked. nday in La Land, He casteth ad of thy Max said unto them, Every kingdom di- Abraham had iwo sons, the one by
against a Fided against itself, is brought to a bond-mid, the other by a free Jesus Clinisti desolation; and a house divided woman. But he who was of the followers of lot shall his kingdom stand ? because by promise. Which things are an Ephes. T.! also be divided against himself, how flesh; but he of the free-wonian was imself for us. east out devils, by whom do your nại, which gendereth te bondage, savour. Balbo by be your judges. But if I with Mount Sinai m' Arabia, and an
e Gentiles whics by nication and all uncleanness, or the finger of God cast out devils, no hat no mau galbene covetousness, let it not be once doubt the kingdom of God is come d his brother s named amongst you, as becometh upon you. When a strong man ause that the Li saints ; neither filthiness, nor fonl-armed
keepeth his palace, his goods of all such, e mish talking, nor jesting, which are are in peace; but when a stronger rried you and the not convenient; but rather giving than he shall come upon him and th not called st of thanks. For this ye know, that overcome him, he taketh from him
but unto hočies! 20 whoremonger, nor unclean per-all his armour wherein he trusted, et despiseth
, tasu son, nor covetous man, who is an and divideth his spoils. He that is God, who ke sdolater, hath any inheritance in not with me, is against me; and he
his Holy Spirt the kingdom of Christ, and of God. that gathereth not with me, scatter2. St. Marit? Let no man deceive you with vain eth. When the unclean spirit is he thence ander words : for because of these things gone out of a man, he walketh e coasis of the cometh the wrath of God upon the through dry places, seeking rest
children of disobedience. Be not and finding none, he saith, I will be out of these te therefore partakers with them ; return unto my house whence i
ye were sometimes darkness, came out. And when he cometh, any daughteri: walk as children of light; (For the Then goeth he, and taketh to him
fruit of the spirit is in all goodness, seven other spirits more wicked than not a weet and righteoustiess, and truth) prov- himself, and they enter in, and Eame and imaging what is acceptable unto the dwell there ; and the last state of
Laru. And have no fellowship that man is worse than the first.
But he said,
, mighty God, that we, who for and it was dumb. And it came our evil deeds do worthily deserve pass, when the devil was gone to be punished, by the comfort of out, the dumb spake; and the peo- thy grace may mercifully be relieve ple wondered. But some of them ed, through our Lord and Saviour
out devils Jesus Christ. Amen. through Beelzebub, the chief of the The Epistle. Gal. iv. 21. ee , Almighty devilsAnd others, tempting him, TELL me, že that desire to be
But he, knowing their thoughts, the law? How it is ivritter, Wien gainst a house, falleth. If Satan bond-woman was born after the
y that I cast out devils through allegory: for these are the two co puns cast them out ? therefore shall which is Agar. For this Agar is
me she and saying, Lord
take the che ast it to dogs Lord; veikt bs which falls able. Then id unto her
. It faith: bei ou wilt. Alle lade whole in
wants, and su
en; and walks o hath loreda
crifice to Godt
swereth to Jerusalem which now of the fishes as much as they w is, and is in bondage with her chil-When they were filled, he said dren. But Jerusalem which is to his disciples, Gather up the fr above, is free; which is the mother ments that remain, that nothing of us all. For it is written, Rejoice, lost. Therefore they gathered th thou barren that Learest rot; break together, and filled twelve bask forth and cry, thou that travailest with the fragments of the five b not; for the desolate hath many ley, loaves, which remained o more children than she which hath and above unto them that had eat an trusband. Now we, brethren, as Then those men, when they h Isaac was, are the children of pro- seen the miracle that Jesus d mise. But as then, he that was born said, This is of a truth that prop after the flesh persecuted him that that should come into the world. was born after the spirit; even so it is now. Nevertheless, what saith The fifth Sunday in Lent. the Scripture? Cast out the bond
The Collect. woman and her son; for the son of WE beseech thee, Almighty Go
mercifully to look upon ti with the son of the free-woman. people; that by thy great goo So then, brethren, we are not chil.ness they may be governed and pre dren of the bond-woman, but of the served evermore, both in body an free.
soul, through Jesus Christ og The Gospel. St. John vi. 1. Lord. Amen. JESUS went over the sea of The Epistle. Heb. ix. II.
Galilee, which is the sea of CHRIST being.come an big Tiberias. And a great multitude followed him, because they saw his by a greater and more perfect ta miracles which he did on them that bernacle, not made with hands were diseased. And Jesus went up that is to say, not of this building into a mountain, and there he sat neither by the blood of goats an with his disciples. And the passo-calves; but by his own blood he ver, a feast of the Jews, was nigh. entered in once into the holy place, When Jesus then lift up his eyes, having obtained eternal redemp and saw a great company coméstion for us. For if the blood of bulls unto him, he saith unto Philip, and of goats, and the ashes of an Whence shall we buy bread that heifer sprinkling the unclean, sanca these may eat? (And this he said tifieth to the purifying of the flesh; to prove him ; for he himself
knew how much more shall the blood of what he would do.) Philip answer-Christ, who, through the eternal ed him, Two hundred penny-worth Spirit, offered himself without spot of bread is not sufficient for them, to God, purge your conscience from that every one of them may take a dead works to serve the living God? little. One of his disciples, An- And for this cause he is the Media: drew, Simon Peter's brother, saith tor of the new Testament, that by unto him, There is a lad here which means of death, for the redemption hath five barley loaves, and two of the transgressions that were un amall fishes; but what are they der the first Testament, they which among so many? And Jesus said, are called might receive the pro Make the men sit down. Now mise of eternal inheritance. Chere was much grass in the place. The Gospel. St. John viii. 46. So the men sat down, in number JESUS said, Which of you com took the loaves, and when he had the truth, why do ye nnt believo given thanks, he distributed to the me? He that is of God, heareth disciples, and the disciples to them God's words; ye therefore hear that were set down, and likewise them not, because ye are not of
, he alt 3, Gather up the top main, that nothing
filled twelve has nents of the fire -hich remained them that hade
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se, both in botti honour is nothing; it is my Father made with Your father Abraham rejoiced to he saw that he was condemned, reed eternal reitin said unto them, Verily, verily, I the innocent blood. And they said, and the ashes # Tam. Then took they up stones to And he cast down the pieces of sil.. g the unclean so cast at him; but Jesus hid himself, ver in the temple, and departed, for the redene lake upon him our flesh, and to suf- was called, The field of blood unto sions that men ser death upon the cross, that all this day. (Then was fulfilled that St. John Wile example of his patience, and also him that was valued, whom they of Which of rond be made partakers of his resurrec-the children of Israel did value, and do je na konto our Lord. Amen.
s much es before God
. Then answered the Jews, Ibeing in the form of God, thought and said unto him, Say we not well, it not robbery to be equal with God; that thou art a Samaritan, and hast but made himself of no reputation,
a devil? Jesus answered, I have and took upon him the form of a ser: re they gatherette not a devil: but I honour' my Fa- vant, and was made in the likeness
do dishonour me. And of ies: and being found in fashion I seek not mine own glory: there as a man, he humbled himself, and is one that seeketh and judgeth. became obedient unto death, even Verily, verily, I say unto you, If a the death of the cross. Wherefore man keep my saying, he shall ne-God also hath highly exalted him,
ver see death. Then said the Jews and given him a name which is f'a truth that pro unto him, Now we know that thou above every name; that at the name ne into the will hast a devil: Abraham is dead, and of Jesus every knee should bow, of
the prophets ; and thou sayest, If things in heaven, and things in a man kcep my saying he shall' ne-earth, and things under the earth;
ver taste of death. Art thou greater and that every tongue should conthee, Almighty than our father Abraham, which is fess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to to look up dead? and the pr phets are dead : the glory of God the Father. by thy great in whom makest thou thyself? Jesus The Gospel. St. Matt. xxvii. I.
that honoureth me, of wliom ye say, of the people took counsel against that he is your God: yet ye have Jesus to put him to death. And
ant known him ; but I know himn : when they had bound him, they led ing come ank and if I should say I know him not, him away, and delivered him to vod things to a shall be a liar like unto you; bul Pontias Pilate the governor. Then nd more perles I know him, and keep his saying. Judas, who had betrayed him, when hot of this buiš see my day, and he saw it, and was pented himself, and brought again blood of golek glad. Then said the Jews unto him, the thirty pieces of silver to the
Thou a.t not yet fifty years old, and chief priests and elders, saying, I into the holy pl hast thou seen Abraham? Jesus have sinned, in that I have betrayed
, Ab:aham , is ? to and went out of the temple.
and went and hanged himself. And
the chief priests took the silver The Sunday next before Easter. pieces, and said, it is not lawful The Collect.
for to put them into the treasury ALMIGHTY and everlasting because it is the price of blood.
God, who, of thy tender love And they took counsel, and bought towards mankind, hast sent thy with them the potter's field to bury
our Saviour Jesus Christ, to strangers in. Wherefore that field
bankind should follow the examp'e which was spoken by Jeremy, the the receive they of his great humility; mercifully prophet, saying, and they took the
grant that we may both follow the thirty pieces of silver, the price of tion, through the same Jesus Christ gave them for the potter's field,
as the Lord appointed me.) And JeThe Epistle. Phil. ii. 5. sus stood before the governor; and LE ET this mind be in you, which the governor asked him, saying, was also in Christ Jesus: who Art thou the King of the Jews ?
- his own
if the blood do
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e shall the blow mrough the e71 himself withouts our conscience erve the living
he is the Testament
of sin ? Andille is of God, het
use ye are
And Jesus said unto him, Thou had platted a crown of thorns, the sayest. And when he was accused put it upon his head, and a reed i of the chief priests and elders, he his right hand; and they bowed th answered nothing. Then saith Pi- knee before him, and mocked him late unto him, Hearest thou not saying, Hail, King of the Jews how many things they witness and they spit upon him, and too against thee? And he answered the reed and smote him on the head him to never a word, insomuch that And after that they had mocke the governor marvelled greatly. him, they took the robe off fron Now at that feast the governor was him, and put his own raiment oi wont to release unto the people a him, and led him away to crucif prisoner, whom they would. And him. And as they came out, the they had then a notable prisoner, found a man of Cyrene, Simon bj called Barabbas. Therefore, when name; him they compelled to bea they were gathered together, Pilate his cross. And when they were said unto them, Whom will ye that come unto a place called Golgotha I release unto you? Barabbas, or that is to say, a place of a skull Jesus, which is called Christ? For they gave him vii egar to drink min he knew that for envy they had de- gled with gall; and when he had livered him. When he was set tasted thereof, he would not drink. down on the judgment-seat, his wife And they crucified him, and parted sent unto him, saying, Have thou his garments, casting lots: that it nothing to do with that just man; might be fulfilled, which was spoken for I have suffered many things by the prophet, They parted my gar. this day in a dream because of him. ments among them, and npon my But the chief priests and elders vesture did they cast lots. And sitpersuaded the multitude that they ting down, they watched him there should ask Barabbas, and destroy and set up over his head his accuJesus. The governor answered and sation written, THIS IS JESUS said unto them, Whether of the THE KING OF THE JEWS. twain will ye that I release_unto Then were there two thieves cruci you? They said, Barabbas. Pilate fied with him, one on the right saith unto them, What shall I do hand, and another on the left. And then with Jesus, which is called they that passed by reviled him, Christ? They all say unto him, wagging their heads, and saying, Let him be crucified. And the go- Thou that destroyest the temple, vernor said, Why, what evil hath and buildest it in three days, save he done? But they cried out the thyself: If thou be the Son of God, more, saying, Let him be crucified. come down from the cross. LikeWhen Pilate saw that he could pre-wise also the chief priests, mocking vail nothing, but that rather a tu- him, with the scribes and elders, mult was made, he took water and said, He saved others, himself he washed his hands before the multi-cannot save: If he be the King of tude, saying, I am innocent of the Israel, let him now come down from blood of this just person: see ye to the cross, and we will believe him. it. Then answered all the people, He trusted in God; let him deliver and said, His blood be on us, and him now, if he will have him: for on our children. Then released he he said, I am the Son of God. The Barabbas unto them: and when he thieves also which were crucified had scourged Jesus, he delivered with him, cast the same in his teeth. him to be crucified." Then the sol- Now from the sixth hour there was diers of the governor took Jesus in- darkness over all the land, unto the to the common-hall, and gathered ninth hour. And about the ninth unto him the whole band of soldiers. hour, Jesus cried with a loud voice, And they stripped him, and put on saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabacthani? him a scarlet robe. And when they that is to say, My God, my God