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A prayer and thanksgiuing fit for this present: and to be vsed in the time of common prayer
Church of England
by by Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie in Imprinted at London
Written in English
|Other titles||Prayer and thanksgiving fit for this present: and to be used in the time of common prayer|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 2068:14|
|The Physical Object|
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THE FIRST PART. Of Prayer in generall. THE SECOND PART. The kinds of Prayer. THE THIRD PART. The time of Prayer. THE FOVRTH PART. The ground of Prayer. THE FIFT PART. The helpe of prayer. THE SIXTH PART. The meanes of preuailing by prayer. THE SEVENTH PART. The persons for whom prayer is to be made. THE FOVRTH TREATISE Of the sin against the. A briefe relation of the notable seruice performed by Sir Francis Drake vpon the Spanish Fleete prepared in the Road of Cadiz: and of his destroying of saile of barks; Passing from thence all along the coast to Cape Sacre, where also hee tooke certaine Forts: and so to the mouth of the Riuer of Lisbon, and thence crossing ouer to the Isle of Sant Michael, supprized a mighty .
uides that reason, that clause in her prayer, Quia non est alius, Giue Peace in our time, O 16 [C4v] Lord, because there is no other that fighteth for vs: If the bowels of compassion bee eaten out, if the band of the Communion of Saints be dissolued, we fight for none, none fights. But forasmuch as the knowledge of God, is the true end of all knowledge, wherin as in the boundlesse & immense Ocean, all our studies and endeuours ought to embosome thēselues; remēber to lay the foundation of your studies, The feare and seruice of God, by oft frequenting Prayer and Sermons, reading the Scriptures, and other Tractates of.
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Full text of "The Bible word-book: a glossary of archaic words and phrases in the Authorised Version of the Bible and the Book of common prayer" See other formats. The preachers precept of consideration, or, Englands chief lesson and duty in this sad time of visitation wherein is contained, 1.
A catalogue and collection of all the particular capital sins mentioned in Scriptures 2. The author's opinion and judgment, for which and why it is, that this unparallel'd visitation is now laid upon us.
To the Christian Reader / grace and peace from God our Father and Iesus Christ our Lord. B Ecause Prayer vnto God is a most Christian exercise and fruit of faith / being rightly vsed: having so many commaundements and promises concerning it in the Scripture: by which we come most neare vnto God / as in any other part of his worship / speaking to him (as it were) mouth to.
A most godly sermon preached at St. Albons in Woodstreet on Sunday last being the 10 of October, shewing the necessity of selfe-denyall and humiliation by prayer and fasting before the Lord in regard of the present plague we now lye under: which God in his good time remove from amongst us / by.
(14) Compare Nicholas Themylthorp, The Posie of Godly Praiers (; STC ): 'Because I finde no prayer booke composed onely of Prayer and Thanksgiuing, therefore to auoyde the trouble of reading many, and the number of keeping many and most of all the burthen of bearing many, I haue collected the best prayers for repentance, remission of.
In a sermon by reason of the lecturers absence in the Church of Saint Bartholmewes Exchange, on Ash-Wendesday [sic], at the generall fast, proposed. But at that time by a company of church intruders very rudely opposed.
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by J. Cumming (HTML at Manx Note Book); An Account of the Past and Present State of the Isle of Man (), by George Woods (HTML at Manx Note Book); The Address of. They are vnprofitable to the common wealth.
For a drunkard is neither fit to rule, nor to be ruled. They are a slander to the Church or congregation of Christ, and therefore Saint Paul doeth excommunicate them among whoremongers, idolaters, couetous persons, and extortioners, forbidding Christians to eat with any such (1 Corinthians ).
In the Library of Congress published, in two quarto volumes entitled "The Records of the Virginia Company of London," the text, from the manuscript in the Library, of the Court Book containing the minutes of that company's meetings, and of the meetings of its council, from Apto June 7,together with an elaborate and learned introduction by Miss Susan.
Whilest I abode (right Honorable) in the Isle of Palma, in affaires of merchandize for the vvorshipfull Thomas Locke deceased, and his company, time then permitted me, to haue cōference vvith auncient gentlemen vvhiche had serued in the Conquest of the vveft India, novve called nevve Spaine, vnder the princely Captaine Hernando vvhom as present.
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A prayer and thanksgiuing fit for this present: and to be vsed in the time of Common prayer. Lond. 4to.and in Clay's Liturgical Services, Composed on occasion of Drake's brilliant successes at Cadiz and elsewhere in April and May The booke of the common prayer, with the Psalter or Psalmes of Dauid, Church of England--Prayers and devotions--English--Early works to The booke of the common prayer, and administration of the sacraments: A prayer, to be vsed with the other prayers of the day, so long as His Maiesties nauie and forces are abroade.
Prayers--Early works to. It shall bee his duty the time beeing come, when the general morning worke is to be left off, to cause the Drum to beate, and with his Guard of Rounders to assist the Captaines or Capt. to bring the laborers into the Church to heare diuine seruice, which beeing ended hee is to returne to the maine Court of Guard, there to be present for the.
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Entring therefore into the discourse of her annunciation, she vsed few wordes, as became a Maiden, but such as might fitly proceed from the gre[illeg.]test Matron, leauing off when shee sawe her time, with a full period of her se[illeg.]ure speach, and giuing a greater appetite of knowing how in the end she sped, beside infinite other matters.
About this time, and in this very place, by good fortune there came to my handes a prayer in English, touching this present Action, and made by her Maiestie, as it was voyced: The prayer seemed to me to be most excellent, aswell for the matter as .A.
N. , A warning to all Trayterous by continual practise, and especialie by this late & horrible treason, in which they sought the ouerthrow of gods true religion, the bloud of their annoynted, and destruction of the whole Realme: From the which, God for his Christs sake preserue and keepe to his glorie; and the confusion of all bloudy, butcherly, and trayterous .The Online Library of LibertyA Project Of Liberty Fund, Inc.
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