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#A booke of Christian prayers, collected out of the auncie[n]t writers, and best learned in our tyme, worthy to be read with an earnest mynde of all Christians, in these daungerous and troublesome dayes, that God for Christes sake will yet still be mercyfull vnto vs#

##Day, Richard, b. 1552.## A booke of Christian prayers, collected out of the auncie[n]t writers, and best learned in our tyme, worthy to be read with an earnest mynde of all Christians, in these daungerous and troublesome dayes, that God for Christes sake will yet still be mercyfull vnto vs Day, Richard, b. 1552.

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This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing financial support to the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership. This Phase I text is available for reuse, according to the terms of Creative Commons 0 1.0 Universal. The text can be copied, modified, distributed and performed, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.

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  4. 2004-06 Rachel Losh Text and markup reviewed and edited
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##Content Summary##

#####Front##### Elizabeth Regina.2. PARALIPOM. 6.¶Domine Deus Israel, non est similis tui Deus in coelo & in terra,

  1. ❧ To the Christian Reader, zeale and knowledge in true and harty prayer through Christ Iesus.

#####Body##### ❧ The Preface, or preparation to prayer.O Lord, my good God, and Father, blessed be thy name for eue _ ❧ The Preface, or preparation to prayer.

_ ¶ A prayer to be sayd at our first waking.

_ Another.

_ * A prayer at our vprising.

_ Another.

_ * A Prayer at the putting on of our Clothes.

_ ❧ A Prayer to be sayd at our first going abroad.

_ * A Prayer to be sayd at our returning home.

_ * A Prayer to be sayd at the setting of the Sunne.

_ * A Prayer to be sayd at the lighting vp of Candles.

_ ❧ A Prayer to be sayd in the Euening.

_ * Another.

_ ¶A prayer to be sayd when we vnclothe our selues to bedward.

_ ❧ A Prayer to be sayd at our going into bed.

_ A Prayer when we be redy to sleep.

_ * A preparation, or preface to Publick Prayer.

_ *A short speech before the Lords Proyer.

_ * A Prayer to God the Father.

_ * Another in Iesus Christ our Redeemer, by S. August.

_ ❧ A Prayer to God the Sonne.

_ ❧ A Prayer to the holy Ghost.

_ * A Prayer to God for his Spirite, and grace to pray effectually.

_ * A Prayer for the whole Realm, and the body of the Church, with the members therof, according to their estates, & degrees.

_ *Another prayer for the church, and all the states thereof, by Iohn Foxe.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ * Another.

_ *A Prayer for the Queenes Maiestie.

_ * Another.

_ * Another.

_ ❧ A Prayer for the Ministers of Gods word.

_ * A Prayer to be sayd for all Magistrates

_ ❧ A Prayer of Children for their Parents.

_ ❧ A Prayer for charitie, or loue towards our neighbours.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ ❧ A Prayer for the afflicted, and persequuted vnder the tiranny of Antichrist.

_ * A Prayer for our bretheren, that are in aduersitie.

_ ❧A Prayer for them that be in pouertie.

_ * A Prayer to be sayd for our Euilwillers.

_ * Another.

_ * A confession of our sinnes.

_ * A Prayer for remission and forgeuenes of sinnes.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ * Another.

_ * Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ * Another.

_ Another.

_ A comfort after crauing of mercy gathered out of the psalmes.

_ ❧A Prayer in commendation of Gods mercy receiued, made by S. Augustine.

_ * A complaint of a sinner, in that he sinneth againe after repentance, by S. August.

_ A Prayer against dispayre.

_ ❧ A Prayer vpon the minding of Christes passion.

_ * Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ * Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ * A prayer vpon the minding of Christes resurrection and ascention.

_ Another.

_ ❧ A Prayer to Christ ascending, and raigning in glory.

_ ❧ A Prayer at our going to a Sermon.

_ A Prayer for knowledge, and vnderstanding.

_ A Prayer to be sayd before receuing of the Communion.

_ Another.

_ Another.

_ * Another.

_ * A Thankesgeuing after the receauing of the holy Communyon.

_ A prayer for Gods grace.

_ * A Prayer for fayth.

_ A Prayer for trust in God,

_ * A Prayer to be sayd for the feare of God.

_ ❧ A Prayer for loue towards Christ.

_ A Prayer to be sayd for cleanes of hart.

_ Another.

_ * A Prayer for the obtayning of a sound minde.

_ ¶ A Prayer to be sayd for newnesse of life.

_ A Prayer for true mortification.

_ A prayer for cōtinuance in seking after Christ. by S. Augustine.

_ A Prayer for spirituall ioy.

_ A Prayer to be sayd in the time of sicknes.

_ Another.

_ ❧ A Prayer to be sayd in the Plague time.

_ A Prayer for health both of body and minde.

_ A Prayer in affliction, or aduersitie.

_ ❧A Prayer vpon the minding of death.

_ A prayer in danger of death.

_ A prayer for good successe, and for the direction of Christ in all our doyngs.

_ A prayer to be sayd agaynst temptation.

_ * A Prayer to be sayd agaynst the world,

_ * A Prayer against the flesh.

_ ❧ A Prayer to be sayd against the deuill.

_ ❧A Prayer to be sayd of a woman with Child.

_ * A Prayer to be sayd of such as be vnder the Crosse.

_ ¶A Prayer for Gods goodnes, and for continuance of the same.

_ A generall thanksgeuing.
  1. ❧ Here beginneth the Letany and Suffrages. O God the Father of heauen, haue mercy vpon vs miserable sinners.O God the father of heauen, haue mercy &c.O God the Sonne Redeémer of the world, haue mercy vpon vs miserable sinners.O God the Sonne redeemer, &c.O God the holy Ghost, proceéding frō the Father and the Sonne, haue mercy vpon vs miserable sinnersO God the holy Ghost, &c.O holy, blessed, and glorious Trinity, threé persons and one God, haue mercy vpon vs miserable sinneO holy, blessed, and glorious, &c.Remember not Lord our offences, nor yeDeath winnes the field:•ll arm•s must yeeld.¶ The Herauld. HerSpare vs good Lord.From all euil and mischief, from sinne, from the crafts and assaultes of the deuill, from thy wrath,Good Lord deliuer vs.From all blindnes of hart, from pride, vayn glory, and hipocrisie, from enuy, hatred, and malice, anGood Lord deliuer vs.From fornication, and all other deadly sinne, and from all the deceites of the world, the flesh, andGood Lord deliuer vs. ¶ The Trūpetor▪ Trumpet geue sound: all must to the ground.¶ The Pursuant GoeGood Lord deliuer vs.From all sedition, and priuy conspiracy, from all false doctrine and heresie, from al hardnes of harGood Lord deliuer vs.By the mistery of thy holy incarnatiō, by thy holy natiuitie, and circumsition, by thy baptisme, faGood Lord deliuer vs.By thine agony, and bloudy sweat, by thy crosse, and passion, by thy precious death, and buryall, byGood Lord deliuer vs.We drum that domes day now at hand:Doth call all souldyers to deathes hand.¶ ThIn all time of our tribulation, in all time of our welth, in the hour of death, and in the day of iuGood Lord deliuer vs.We sinners •oe beseéch theé to hear vs O Lord God, and that it may please theé to rule and gouern thWe beseech thee to heare vs good Lord.That it may please theé to keép & strēgthen in true worshiping of theé, in righteousnes, and holyneWe beseech thee, &c.That it may please theé to rule hir hart in thy faith, feare, & loue, and that she may euermore haueWe beseech thee &c.¶ The Capitaine. Captain march with me: thy Captayne I must be.¶ The Souldior. SoThat it may please theé to be her defender, and keéper, geuing her the victory ouer all her enemies.We beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to illuminate al Bishops, Pastors, and Ministers of the church, with true knWe beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to indue all the Lords of the counsel, and all the Nobilitie, with grace, wiWe beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to blesse, and keépe the Magistrates, geuing them grace to execute Iustice, We beseech thee &c.Vse gayn of gold, and li•e in cost:So as by death life be no• lost.¶ The MarchantThat it may please theé to bles, & keépe all thy people.We beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to geue to all Nations, vnitie, peace, and concord.We beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to geue all thy people increase of grace, to heare meékly thy word, and to rWe beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to bring into ye way of truth, al such as haue erred, and are deceiued.We beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to strengthen such as doe stand, to comfort and helpe the weak harted, to raWe beseech thee &c.¶ The Printers. Leaue setting thy page▪ spent is thine age.Let printing stay: andThat it may please theé to succor, help, and comfort, all that be in danger, necessitie, and tribulaWe beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to preserue all that trauail by land or by water, al women labouring with chWe beseech thee &c. it may please theé to defend, and prouide for the fatherles children, and widowes, and all that be We beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to haue mercy vpon all men.We beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to forgeue our enemies, persecutors, and slaunderers Death takes no bribe ofWe beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to geue, and preserue to our vse the kindly fruits of the earth, so as in duWe beseech thee &c.That it may please theé to giue vs true repentance, to forgeue vs all our sins, negligences, and ignWe beseech thee &c.Sonne of God, we besech theé to heare vs.Sonne of God, we &c.O Lambe of God, that takest away the sinnes of the world.Graunt vs thy peace.¶ The Artificer. No compas or arte: can cause me depart.The Husbandman. Labour nO Lambe of God that takest away the sinnes of the world.Haue mercy vpon vs.O Christ heare vs.O Christ heare vs.Lord haue mercy vpon vs.Lord haue mercy vpon vs.Christ haue mercy vpon vs.Christ haue mercy vpon vs.Lord haue mercy vpon vs.Lord haue mercy vpon vs.Our father which art in. &c. And leade vs not into temptation: But deliuer vs from euil, Amen. _ ¶ The versicle.

    _ Answere.

    _ Let vs pray O Lord arise, help vs, and deliuer vs, for thy names sake.O God we haue heard with our eares, and our fathers haue declared vnto vs, ye noble workes that thouO Lord, arise, help vs, and deliuer vs, for thy honor.¶ The Shepeheard. Leaue thy shepe And with me Glory be to the Father, and to the Sonne, and to the holy Ghost. As it was in the beginning, &c.Frō our enemies defend vs O Christ.Graciously look vpon our afflictions.Pitifully behold the sorrowes of our harts.Mercifully forgeue the sinnes of thy people.Fauourably, with mercy heare our Prayers.O Sonne of Dauid haue mercy on vs.Both now and euer vouchsafe to heare vs O Christ.Graciously heare vs O Christ, graciously heare vs O Lord Christ.O Lord let thy mercy be shewed vpon vs.As we doe put our trust in thee. _ Let vs pray. ❧ A Prayer for the Queenes Maiestie,O Lord our heauenly father, high, and mighty king of kings, Lord _ ❧ A Prayer for the Queenes Maiestie,

    _ ❧ In the time of any common plague, or sicknes.

    _ *A Prayer of Chrisostome.

    _ * A Prayer to be sayd at the visitation of the sick.

    _ * A Prayer in desire of the life to come.

    _ * The feare of the Iudge, and Iudgement day.

  2. The conclusion.

#####Back#####

  1. ❧ A Table of the prayers contayned in this booke. AT LONDON. Printed by Ihon Daye, and are to be solde at his long shop, at the West ende of Paules.❧ Types of content
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