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FOR ALL THE SUNDAYS IN THE CHURCH YEAR.

SUNDAYS.

MORNING.

EVENING.

First Lesson. Second Lesson. - First Lesson. Second Lesson. In Advent. 1 Isaiah1 Luke 1 to v. 39 Isaiah

2 Romans 10 2

5
1v. 39

2:

12 3

25
3 to v. 19 -28 to v. 23

14 430 Matt. 3 to v. 13

32 1 Corinthians 1 After Nativity. 1 35 Luke 2 v. 25

40

2 2 41 Mark 1 to v. 16

42 Hebrews 2 After Epiphany 1. 44 Matthew 2 v. 13

45 1 Corinthians 3 2 51 John -lv. 29 52 to v.

13

13 3 54 Matthew 4v. 12

55 2 Corinthians 4 4 57 Luke 4 v. 14 to 33

59

5 5 61 Matthew 5

62 Galatians 2 65

6
66

3 Septuagesima. Jeremiah 5

7 Jeremiah 22 Ephesians Sexagesima. 35 Luke 7 v. 19

36
Quinquagesima. Lamentations 1 Mark 6 to v. 30 Lam. 3 to v. 37
In Lent.
1

Jeremiah 7 Matthew 10 Jeremiah 9
2
Ezekiel 14 Luke 10 to v. 25 Ezekiel 18

5 3 -20 to v. 27 Mark 9 to v. 30

20 v. 27

6 4 Micah

6 Luke-19 v. 28 Habakkuk - 3 Philippians5Haggai 2 to v. 10 21 Zechariah 13

3 6 Daniel

9 Matthew 26 Malachi 3 and 4 Hebrews 5to v.11 Easter Day. Exod. 12 to v. 37 Romans

6 Exodus 12 v. 37 Acts - 2 v. 22 After Easter. 1 Isaiah43 Acts

1 Isaiah

48(1 Corinthians 15 2 Hosea 13

3 Hosea

14 Colossians 1 3 Joel-3v. 9

5 Micah-
4

3 Micah

6 Nahum

1 1 Thessalon. 3 5Zechariah 8 8 y. 5 Zechariah 10

4 After Ascension Joel

2 John

17 Zephaniah 32 These. 3 to v. 17 Whit-Sunday. Deut. 16 to v. 18 Acts 4 to v. 36 Isaiah

11 Acts 19 to v. 21 Trinity. Genesis 1 Matthew 3 Genesis

21 John

5 After Trinity. 1 3 Acts 9 to v. 32

6 1 Timothy

6 2 9 to v. 20

10 15 to v. 19 2 Timothy 2 3

37
11

42 -- 3 and 4 to v. 9 4

43
14

45 Titus 2 & 3to v. 10 5

49
15

50 Hebrews 10
Exodus
3
17 Exodus

5

11 7

9
20
10

-2 8

14
24
15

13 9 Numbers 16 26 Numbers 22 James

1 10

23
28

24
11.
Deut. 4 to v. 41 Matthew 18 Deuteronomy 5

3 12

6
20

7
8
23

9
33
25

34 1 Peter
15-
Joshua
23 Mark

4 Joshua

24 16 Judges 4 13 Judges

5 17 1 Samuel 12 Luke

13 1 Samuel 17 182 Samuel 12

15 2 Samuel 19 19 1 Kings 8 to v. 22

20 1 Kings8v.22t062 2 Peter 20

17 John

3

18 21 2 Kings 5 72 Kings

19 22 Daniel 6 8 Daniel

71 John 23 Proverbs 1 9 Proverbs 2

2 4

3
10
8

3 3

11
11

12 Jude
2

13
15
14. Rev.

1 1.

15
16
16

22 Before Advent.

13

14

THE REGULAR SERVICE

ON

THE LORD'S DAY.

HAVING taken his place on the right of the altar, the Congregation also standing up, the Minister shall say as follows:

In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen.

DEARLY BELOVED IN THE LORD: If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us; but if we confess our sins, God is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. Let us, therefore, humble ourselves before the throne of Almighty God, our heavenly Father, and confess our manifold sins and transgressions with lowly and contrite hearts, that we may obtain forgiveness of the same through the merits of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Then the Minister and Congregation shall kneel, and repeat the following Confession.

ALMIGHTY and most merciful God, our heavenly Father, we cast ourselves down before Thee, under a deep sense of our unworthiness and guilt. We have grievously sinned against Thee, in thought, in word, and in deed. We have come short of Thy glory. We have broken Thy commandments, and turned aside every one of us from the way of life; and in us there is no soundness nor health. Yet now, 0 most merciful Father, hear us when we call upon Thee with penitent hearts; and for the sake of Thy Son, Jesus Christ, have mercy upon us.

Pardon our sins, and grant us Thy peace. Take away our guilt. Purify us, by the inspiration of Thy Holy Spirit, froin all inward uncleanness; and make us able and willing to serve Thee in newness of life to the glory of Thy holy name, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Then shall the Minister rise, and pronounce to the Congregation, still kneeling, the following Declaration of Pardon.

HEARKEN now unto the comforting assurance of the grace of God, promised in the Gospel to all that repent and believe: As I live, saith the Lord God, I have no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but that the wicked turn from his way and live. God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

Unto as many of you, therefore, beloved brethren, as truly repent of your sins, and believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, with full purpose of new obedience, I Announce and declare, by the authority and in the

name of Christ, that your sins are forgiven in heaven, according to His promise in the Gospel, through the perfect merit of Jesus Christ our Lord.

Here, and at the end of every Collect and Prayer, the Congregation

shall say:

Amen.

The Congregation shall now rise, and join with the Minister in repeating the Apostles' Creed; immediately after which shall be sung, chanted or recited, the Gloria in Excelsis; all in the following order.

I BELIEVE in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth:

And in Jesus Christ His only begotten Son our Lord; who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the Virgin Mary; suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried; He descended into nades; the third day He rose from the dead; He ascended into heaven, and sitteth at the right hand of God the Father Almighty; from thence Ile shall come to judge the quick and the dead.

I believe in the Holy Ghost; the holy catholic Church; the communion of saints; the forgiveness of sins; the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Amen.

Minister. Praise ye the Lord.
Congregation. The Lord's name be praised.

GLORY be to God on high, and on earth peace, good will toward men. We praise Thee, we bless Thee,

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