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mercy, and imploring depth of misery, and out of thy help, and that thou the jaws of this death, which

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hall thou art our Saviour and praise thee, O fend thy word mighty. Deliveres, through of cornmand to rebuke the Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen. raging Winds, and the roar- Short Prayers for single Persons, ing Sea; that we, being de- that cannot meet to join in livered from this distress,

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most grievously have commitnó Lord, have mercy upon us. ted, by thought, word, and

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O Christ, hear us.1 against us. We do earnestly

God the Father, God the repent, and are heartily forry Son, God the Holy Ghost, for these our misdoings, the have mercy upon us, save us, remembrance of them is now and evermore. Amen.i grievous untò us ; the bur

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Who holdeth our foul in of his great mercy, hath pro- life ; and suffereth not our mised forgiveness of fins to all feet to flip. those who with hearty re

For thou, O God, hast pentance and true faith turn proved us: thou also haft unto him; have mercy upon

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Thou broughtest us into and strengthen you in all the snare ; and laidit trouble goodness, and bring you to upon our loins. everlasting life, through Jesus

1 will go into thy house Christ our Lord. Amen.

with burnt-offerings; and

will pay thee my vows which Thanksgiving after a Storm. I promised with my lips, and Pfalm Ixvi. Jubilate Deo. spake with my mouth when

I was in trouble. Be joyful in God, all ye O come hither and hearklands; fing praises unto en, all

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that fear God; and the honour of his Name ; I will tell you what he hath make his praise to be glorious. done for my soul.

Say unto God, O how won- I called unto him with my derful art thou in thy works; mouth; and gave him praises through the greatness of thy with my tongue. power hall thine enemies be If I incline unto wickedfound liars unto thee. ness with mine heart, the

For all the world shall wor- Lord will not hear me. ship thee, sing of thee, and But God hath heard me praise thy Name.

and considered the voice O come hither, and behold my prayer. the works of God; how Praised be God; who hath wonderful he is in his do- not cast out my prayer ; nor ing toward the children of turned his mercy from me. men!

Glory be to the Fathes, He ruleth with his power and to the Son, and to the for ever ; his eyes behold the Holy Ghoft; people ; and such as will not As it was in the beginning, believe, shall not be able to iś now, and ever shall be exalt themfelves.

world without end. Amen.

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Pfalmcvii. Confitemini Domino. that he doeth for the children

of men ! That men would praise That they would exalt him

the Lord for his good- also in the congregation of ness; and declare the wonders the people ; and praise him in that he doeth for the children the Teat of the elders ! of men!

Glory be to the Father, That they would offer unto and to the Son, and to the him the facrifice of thankf- Holy Ghost; giving; and tell out his works As it was in the beginning, with gladness!

is now, and ever shall be, • They that go down to the world without end. Amen. sea in ships; and occupy their business in great waters;

Colleets of Thanksgiving. These men see the works of Most blessed and glorithe Lord, and his wonders in ous Lord God, who the deep.

art of infinite goodness and For at his word, the stormy mercy; we, thy poor creawind ariseth; which lifteth tures, whom thou hast made up the waves thereof. and preserved, holding our

They are carried up to the souls in life, and now rescuing heaven, and down again to us out of the jaws of death, the deep; their soul melteth humbly present ourselves again away because of the trouble. before thy Divine Majesty, to

They reel to and fro, and offer a sacrifice of praise and stagger like a drunken man ; thanksgiving, for that thou and are at their wits end. heardelt us when we called in

So when they cry unto the our trouble, and didst not Lord in their trouble, he de- cast out our prayer, which we livereth them out of their made before thee in our great distress.

distress; even when we gave For he maketh the storm all for loft, our Ship, our to cease, so that the waves Goods, our Lives, then didst thereof are still.

thou mercifully look upon Then are they glad, be- us, and wonderfully comCause they are at relt; and so mand a deliverance; for he bringeth them unto the which we now, being in haven where they would be. safety, do give all praise and

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unto but in special manner bath is gracious; and his mercy been extended towards us, endureth for ever. whom thou hast fo powerfully Great is the Lord, and and wonderfully defended. greatly to be praised : let Thou hast showed us terrible the redeemed of the Lord say things, and wonders in the so, whom he hath delivered deep, that we might see how from the merciless

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of powerful and gracious a God the sea. thou art; how able and ready The Lord is gracious, and to help them that trust in full of compassion; how to thee. "Thou hast showed us anger, and of great mercy. how both Winds and Seas He hath not dealt with us obey thy command; that we according to our sins; neither. may learn even from them rewarded us according to our hereafter to obey thy voice, iniquities. and to do thy will. We But as the heaven is high therefore bless and glorify thy above the earth; so great hath Name, for this thy mercy, in been his mercy towards us. saving us when we were ready We found trouble and heato perilh. And we beseech viness; wewere even at death's thee, make us as truly fenfi- door. ble now of thy mercy, as we

The waters of the sea had were then of the danger; and well nigh covered us; the give us hearts always ready to proud waters had well nigh express our thankfulness not gone over our soul. only by words, but also by The sea roared; and the our lives, in being more obe- stormy wind lifted up the dient to thy holy command- waves thereof. ments. Continue, we beseech We were carried up as it thee, this thy goodness to us; were to heaven, and then that we, whom thou hast sav- down again into the deep; ed, may serve thee in holiness our soul melted within us,and righteousness all the days, because of trouble. * of our life, through Jesus Then cried we unto thee, Christ our Lord and Saviour. O Lord; and thou didst deAmen.

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