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#A boke of very Godly psalmes and prayers dedicated to the Lady Letice Vicountesse of Hereforde.#

##Edwardes, Roger.## A boke of very Godly psalmes and prayers dedicated to the Lady Letice Vicountesse of Hereforde. Edwardes, Roger.

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##Content Summary##

#####Front#####

  1. ❧TO THE RIGHT Honorable and verteous Ladye: My Ladye Letice Vicounteſſe of Hereforde. &c.

#####Body#####

  1. ¶The firſt forme of prayer. 1. VP O ſinfull ſoule, and looke vpon the Lorde of light, and lyfe: ſée thine owne ſtate: how thou art _ ¶O ſpare me a little, and ſuffer me to recouer my ſtrength O Lord, before I goe from hence and be no more ſeene.

    _ Pſalmes.

    _ CHAP. XVII. of Iohn. WE acknowledge and prayſe thée O glorious God almightie, maker of heauen and earth. Creatour of all _ ¶Prayers.

  2. ❧The ſecond forme of prayer. O Lord make humble my harte to confeſſe my ſinnes wherein I haue miſerably offended, and wretchedly _ Pſalmes.

    _ CHAP. VIII. to the Romaines.

    _ ¶Prayers. O Merciful Lord and louing father, that of thy frée grace and mercy: by the bloud and righteouſnes oBLeſſe our harts with thy grace, O Lord, And make vs ioyefull in thy peace. Saue thy Church O God.AnO Mercifull Lord and louinge Father, in whoſe power and bleſſinge all the creatures of Heauen and eaLOrde comforte vs in the waye, And bleſſe the workes of our handes. Saue vs, O God.And make vs euerm

  3. The thurd forme of Prayer. MErcifully, beholde, O Heauenly Lorde and Father, th'infirmities of vs thy fraile, and Rebellious ſe _ ¶PSALMES.

    _ CHAP. II. to the Epheſians.

    _ ¶Prayers. O Mercifull Lord and louing Father, that of the incomprehenſible riches of thy mercie, towarde the d LOrde let not the darkenes of ignoraunce, comprehend vs.Leade vs by the continuall light of thy graO Mercifull Lorde and louing Father, remember th'infirmities of thy frayle ſeruauntes, aſſiſtinge ou

  4. ❧The fourth forme of prayer. AWake out of thy ſwiniſh ſlomber, O ſily ſoule: ſhake off the deathfull ſlouth of this earthye trunk _ Prayſe the Lorde O my ſoule.

    _ CHAP. IIII. to the Epheſians.

    _ ¶Prayers. O Mercifull Lorde and louinge Father: that by impartinge of thy frée grace and mercy, vnto vs: beingLOrde helpe our weakenes.And ſtrengthen vs againſt the power of the enymie.Lorde fede vs with thy he

    • Praye. GEue victory to thy Sainctes.And make them euermore ioyefull in thee. O God.Receaue thy ſeruauntes t _ ¶CHAP. IIII. of Ieremie. THe Lorde hath pleſured his people, and helpeth the meeke harted.He healeth the contrite in harte, a
  5. ❧Suffrages.

    _ Spare vs O Father.

    _ Here vs O Father.

    _ Saue vs O God.

    _ O Father deliuer vs.

    _ O Fathe. deliuer vs.

    _ O Fother deliuer vs.

    _ O Lorde and Father we beſeche thee to heare vs.

    _ O Lorde and Father we beſeeche thee to here vs.

    _ O Lorde and Father, we beſeche thee to here vs.

    _ O Lord we beſech thee to here vs.

    _ O Lord we beſeche thee to here vs.

    _ O Lord we beſeche thee to here vs.

    _ O Lord we beſeche thee to here vs.

    _ O Lord we beſeche thee to here vs.

    _ O Lord we beſech thee to heare vs.

    _ Lord we beſech thee to heare vs. O Mercifull Lord and louing Father, that deſpiſiſt not the prayers of humble and penitent ſinners, h _ ¶For the preſeruation of the Sainctes.

    _ ¶A generall prayer.

    _ ¶For grace and ſtrength of Spirite. A Prayer for grace to repent, and amend our lyfe.OH Lord God, and heauenle father, which art a iuſt _ A Prayer for grace to repent, and amend our lyfe.

    _ ¶A prayer for th'aide of God to a holy lyfe.

    _ ¶A prayer for well vſinge of our vocation.

    _ ¶A prayer for the chriſtened ſtate.

    _ ¶A prayer for the godly profe of a childe.

    _ ¶A prayer for the wanderinge poore.

    _ ¶A prayer for the Sicke.

    _ ¶A prayer for our worldly trauayles.

    _ ¶A prayer for the Queene and Realme.

    _ ¶A prayer for conſtancie in Chriſt.

    _ ¶A prayer againſt the workeinge of Sathan.

    _ ¶A forme of prayer to God the Father, the Sonne and the holy Ghoſt.

    _ ¶A prayer to God the Sonne

    _ ¶A prayer to the holy Ghoſt.

    _ ¶Another prayer to the holy Ghoſt.

    _ ¶A godly prayer to be ſayd at all tymes,

    _ CHAP. XXI. of Iohn.

    _ ¶A prayer. ¶A Pſalme to be ſayde in the time of any common plague, ſickenes, or other croſſe and viſitation of _ ¶A Pſalme to be ſayde in the time of any common plague, ſickenes, or other croſſe and viſitation of God.

    _ The comfort and Prayers of the Sicke.

    _ ¶The Sicke ſayth.

    _ ¶PSALME. NOwe O my ſoule loke vpon Chriſt Ieſus the righteous, thy aduocate and redemer, he is ready to recea _ ¶Prayers.

  6. ❧THANKESgeuinge.

    _ ¶Prayſe the name of the Lord.

#####Back##### ¶IMPRINTED AT LONDON in Fleteſtreat at the ſigne of the Faucon by VVylliam Gryffith, and are to be ſ Types of content

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