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Shirveish. fanse, ve goaill Ayrn jeh e Chorp as e Uill finoo bannit: Ayng yn Oie cheddin v'eh er ny vrah, ghow eh Arran, as tra v'eh erreish Booise y choyrt, vrish eh, as hug eh eh da ny Ostyllyn echey, gra, Gow-jee, ee-jee, thoh my Chorp t’er ny choyrt er nyn fon eu; jean-jee shoh ayns Cooinaghtyn jeein's. Myr

son geddin lurg Shibber ghow eh yn Cappan; as tra v'eh er choyrt Booise, hug eh daue eh, gra, Lu-jee ooilley jeh thoh; fon Thoh

Uill's jeh'n Chonaant Noa, t’er ny gheayrtey er ny son euish, as er fon ymmodee, son Leih Peccagliyn: Jean-jee shoh, cha mennick as iu-ys shiu eh, ayns Cooinaghtyn jeem's. Amen.

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Infaghey as Padjeryn. Abbyr rhyt hene ---Cur neofe dty Spyrryd as dty Vannaght er ny Saaseyn shoh dy Ghrayse as dy Haualtys, t'ou hene, () Yeesey, er n'oardrail.

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Ynsaghey. Eisht nee'n Saggyrt eh-bene Choud as ta'n Saggyrt as feallagh goaill hoshiaght y Chreestiaght elley goaill y Chreeltiaght, foddecurs ayns Arran as "Feeyn, as goll ayns Thain Paart jeh ny Ayrnyn thoh

baarail y Traa t'ayd dy baghney, eipt er e Hoshiaght dy hirveilh yn jen Goo Yee, ta foit heute ny lurg Chooid cheddin er ny Aspickyn, ihoh, as ny Snecoinaghtyn trauce Saggyrtyn, as Shirveishee (my corroo. vees veg jeu kionfenish) as ny lurg fhen er y Pobble myrgeddin ayns nyn Goorse, Ooilley

Cooinee nagh vel Aght erbee odo dy imlee er nyn Ghlioonyn, dys ve ro-intee, trz ta inın dy giedo

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dyn Pardoon as then neethe Para cur eh ayns ny Laueyn oc.

doon thegin thin y livrey veih Baale dy bragh beayn.

P A D J ERY N. Noo Luke xv. 2. Ren ny Phariseeyn tallagh, gra, Ta'» Dooinney Jhoh soiaghey jeh Peccee, as gee måree. T

I thank · Devotions.

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Jesus, for this Instance of thy Charity for Sinners; I do indeed confess, that I am one of that wretched Number ; and do bestech thee to receive me, tho' a very unworthy Guest, that I may eat at thy Table, and be partaker of thy l'avour.

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Matth. xx. 32, 33. Jesus said, What will ye that I fould do unto you? The blind Men said, Lord, that our Eyes may be opened.

Lord, thou knowest. the Desires of my Heart ; for

it is thy Grace that has wrought them in me, and besides thee there is none else that can help me : I pray thee, therefore, that thou wouldst have compassion on me ; as thou hadst on these blind Men:--That the Eyes of my Mind may be opened :

-That I may reco

: ver the Light which Sin hath deprived me of :- That I may see the great Goodness of God, in sending thee to redeem us: _That I may see the due. Reward of Sin in thy Sufferings and Death. And that I

And that I may follow thy holy Example all the Days of my Life.

St. Mark ii. 17. I came

I came not to call the Righteous, but Sinners to Repentance.

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and by this Ordinairce, call me also by thy Grace ; but call me so powerfully, that I may not turn a deaf Ear, and that I may not resist thy Call : I am forced indeed to bring my Sins along with me ; but it is to crucify them with thee, and with a full Purpose, through thy Grace, never to return to those Sins I have repented of.

St. John vi. 58. He that eateth of this Bread Mall live for ever.

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Padjeryn. ΤΑ A mee cur Booise dhyt, О Yeesey, son y Cowrey shoh jeh

у dty. Ghraih meigh da Peccee; ta mee dy jarroo goaillrish, dy vel mee unnane jeh'n Earroo hreih ihen; as ta mee

1 guee ort, dy yannoo soiaghey jee’m, ga ta mee Goaldagh feer neu-feeu, dy voddym gee ec dty Voayrd, as Ayrn y ghoaill jeh dty Chenjallys.

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Noo Mian xx. 32, 33. Dooyrt Yeefey, Cre bailliu mee dy yannoo er ny fon eu? Dooyrt ny Deiney doal, Hiarn, dy vod ny Sooillyn ain ve er nyn volley. O Harn, ta Fys ayd er Yeearreeyn my Chree's ; fon the dty

Ghrayse t'er n'obbraghey ad aynym, as cheu-mooie jeed's cha vel unnane erbee elley oddys cooney lhiam :---Ta mee guee ort, er-y-fa fhen, oo dy yannoo Chymmey orrym's, myr ren oo er ny Deiney doal shoh :---Dy vod Scoillyn my Aigney ve er nyn vosley :--Dy voddym reesht geddyn y Soilfhey ta Peccah 'er n’ghoaill voym. :---Dy voddym fakin Mieys vocar Yee, ayns uss y choyrt dy livrey fhin veih Bondiaght nyn Beccaghyn:-Dy voddym Leagh cooie Peccah y akin ayns dty Hurranse as dry Vaase.---As dy voddyzn geiyrt da dty Hampleyr casherick ooilley Laghyn my Vea.

Noo Mark ii. 17. Cha daink mish dy eamagh er y Vooinjer chairal, agh er Peccee gys Arrys.

Hiarn, t'er n'eamagh orrym’s gys Arrys liorish dty Ghoo,

as liorish yn Oardaghey Moh, eie orrym inyrgeddin liorish dty Ghrayse; agh cur dou lheid yn Eam pooaral fhen, nagh der-ym Cleaysh vouyr huggey, as shafsoo magh noi dty Eam: Ta mee dy jarroo eginit dy chur lhiam my Pheccaghyn marym; agh she dy chroffey ad mayrt's te, as lesh slane Chiarail, trooid Grayse Yee, gyn-dy bragh dy hyn daa reesht gys ny Peccaghyn shen ta mee er n'ghoaill Arrys jeu.

Noo Ean vi. 58. Bee eshyn ta gee jeh'n Arran shoh bio son dy bragh..

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Devotions.

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, who haft made the Life of our Souls to depend upon this Bread, grant that I may never render myself unworthy to receive so great a Blessing, or deprive myself of it by my own Negligence.Make it a Principle of immortal Life to me, by uniting me to thee, and to thy Body, that I may be made Partaker of a Divinę Nature,

Exod. xii. 23. When he seeth the Blood of the Paschal Lamb) on the Door, he mill not suffer the Destroyer to come in to smite you. O

Jesus, the true Pafchal Lamb, who by thy precious

Blood haft paid the Debt due to the divine Justice, and hast delivered us from the Power of the Destroyer!

Let me never want this Token of my Redemption, this saving Mark of thy Almighty Protection, against the Power of the Devil, who is continually seeking whom he

may devour,

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1 Cor. xi. 28. Let a Man examine himself, and so let bim eat of that Bread, aud drink of that cup. THAT I am invited to thy Table, is not because I am

worthy, but because thou, O God, art infinitely good and kind. Pity my Infirmities, which are known to Thee, and accept of my imperfect Obedience to this Command.--I acknowledge my Unworthiness ;

I place all my Hopes in thy Mercy and Premijes in Jesus Christ; I fincereli purpose to lead a Christian Life,--and to use all Diligence to make my Calling and Election sure : With thele Purposes I go to thine Altar, trusting in thy Goodness for the Pardon of my Defects, and for an Increase of all those Graces that are necessary to make me more worthy to eat of that Bread, and drink of that Cupe

0 Yeefey,

Padjeryn.
Yeesey, t'er choyrt er Bioys ny Hanmeenyn ain dy lhie er

yn Arran shoh, giall nagh jean-yms dy bragh mee hene y у yannoo neu feeu dy chosney Bannaght cha qoafie, ny mee-hene y ghiarey jeh liorish my Veerioose hene. -- Jean eh dy ve Bun y Vea veayn dou, liorish mee-hene y sniemmey hoods, as gys dty Chorp, dy voddym ve jeanç Ayrnagh jeh'n Dooghys Flaunysfagh.

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Exod. xii 23. Tra hee eh Fuill (yn Eayn Caislat er y Dor. rys, cha jean eh surranse y Stroider dy beet stiagh dy woalley Miu.

Yeesey, yn Eayn Caifot firrinagh, ta liorish dty Uill gheyr er n'eeck yn Feeaghyn va cair da dty Chairys Flaunysfagh, as

ta er livrey shinyn veih Pooar y Stroider! Ny lhig dooin dy bragh ve laccal yn Cowrey ihoh jeh my Chionniaght-reesht veih Peccah, yn Etarlys shickyr shoh jeh dty Choadey ooilleyniartal, noi Pooar y Drogh-spyrryd, ta sheer thirrey quoi oddys eh y stroie.

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1 Cor. xi. 28. Lhig da Dooinney eh hene y cyskt, as myr shen Ibig da gee jeh'n Arran pen, as giu jeh'n Chappan fhen.

Y vel mee er my chuirrey gys dty Voayrd's, cha vel eh son

dy vel mee feeu, agh son dy vei uss, 0 Yee, erlkyn - inth mie as dooie. Jean Chymmey er my Annocinidyn, orroo ta l'ys ayd, as jean Soiaghey y yannoo jeh'n Viallys veai aym gys y Sarey thoh.----Ta mee goaill-rish my Neu- fceuid hene ;---Ta mee coyrt ooilley my Hreifhteil ayns dty Tygbin as cty Giial. dynyn trooid Yeesey Creelt; ta mee dy snickyr kiarail Bea Chreestee y leeideil,---as ve cha kiaralagh as oddym, dy yannoo jn Stayd, huggev va mee er ny eam as er any rcih, Jhickyr: Leth ny Gialdynyn thoh ta mee goll gys dty Altar's, treiihteil ayns dty Vieys fon Leih jeh my Oiijyn, as fon Bilhaghey jeh dy chooilley Ghrayse ta yinmyrchagh dy yannoo inee ny's'feeu'cy çe jeh'n Arran then, as dy iu jeh'n Chappan fhen,

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