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YN PHADJER.

The PRAYER.

O

JESUS, who haft loved us, and washed us from our Sins, and purchased us by thy own Blood,and didit ordain this Sacrament, in order to fecure us to thy felf, by a grateful Remembrance of

YRESEY, t'er shoyrt Graih dooin, as er nice fhin veih nyn Beccaghyn, as er chofney fhin dhyt hene lefh dty Uill, as doardee yn Sacra ment fhoh, dy reayll thin fhick. yr dhyt hene, liorish Cooinagh what thou haft done and fuf-tyn booifal y ve ain jeh ny t'ou er n'yannoo as er hurranfe er nyn fon, cur dou Ennaghtyn firrinagh jeh dty Ghraih's, as jeh'n Stayd hrimfhagh ainyn, va feme lheid yn Oural. ·

Lhig dooys dy kinjagh goaill yn Cowrey fhoh jeh dty Ghraih, -Ny Chebbyn dy Vyghin, dy Phardoon, as dy Ghrayfe, t'er nyn goyrt dooin ayns yn Oardaghey cafherick fhoh, lefh Cree booifal, as ayns Cooinaghtyn Jeed's nyn ynrycan Charrey fhare; ayns Cooinaghtyn jeh dty Hampleyr ca therick,----Jeh dty Ynfaghey Flaunyfagh-Jeh dty Vea Gheinagh,-Jeh dty Hurranfe as dty Vaafe fharroo dty Irree-feofe-reefht gloyroil-Jeh dty Gholl-feofe gys Niau-as jeh dty Heet-reefht dy vriw nys y Theihll.

Jeh

fered for us, make me truly
fenfible of thy Love, and of
our fad Condition, which did
require fuch a Sacrifice.

May I always receive this Pledge of thy Love, The Offers of Mercy, Pardon and Grace, tendered to us, in this holy Ordinance, with a thankful Heart, and in Remembrance of Thee our great and beft Benefactor; in Remembrance of thy holy Example, Of thy Heavenly Doctrine- Of thy laborious LifeOf thy bitter Paffion and Death Of thy glorious Refurrection Of thy Afcenfion into Heaven and of thy Coming again to judge the World.

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And may I never forget the Obligations thou haft laid upon us, to live as becomes thy Difciples, and to forfake every Course of Life contrary to thy Gofpel!---Cease not, O Lord, to love us; and by the Grace'

As ny lhig dou dy bragh jarrood ny Kianglaghyn t'ou er chur orrin, dy leeideil Bea myr ta cooie dauefyn ta credjal aynyd, as dy hreigeil dy chooilley Aght Bea ta noi dty Hufhtal! Lhig da dty Ghiraih, O Hiarn, vouchfafed

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youchfafed in this Ordinance, caufe us to love Thee with all our Hearts. Amen.

SECT. II.

How a Chriftian ought to prepare bimfelf for this Sacra

ment.

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S the above Account of this holy Ordinance is easy to be understood, even by the most unlearned Chriftian; fo the Preparation required is fuch, as will neither puzzle the Understanding, nor burden the Memory, nor take up too much of the Time of thofe that are engaged in the most neceffary Employments of Life.

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ve dy kinjagh marin, as liorish y Ghrayfes cooidfave lhiat fhirveish orrin 'fyn Oardaghey fhoh, cur orrin ve graihagh ort lefh ooilley nyn Gree. Amen.

Whether they have a lively Faith in God's Mercy through Chrift?

CA B. III.

Yn Agbt lhisagh Creeftee eh-hene y gheddyn aarloo cour y Sacrament fhob.

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YR ta'n Coontey fhoh cafherick fhen aafhagh dy ve toiggit, dy jarroo liorish y Chreeftee floo dy Ynfaghey; myr fhen ta'n Aarlaghey ymmyrchagh er y hon lheid, as nagh jean goll erfkyn y Tushtey, ny laadey yn Chooinaghtyn, ny goaill feofe rouyr jeh'n Traa ocfyn fmoo ta geiyrt er Aghtyn-beaghee ymmyrchagh y Vea fhoh.

Va Sooill ec yn Agglish gys ooilley e Holtyn, tra hug ee yn Choyrle ghiare as aafhagh shoh dauefyn ta geddyn aarloo dy gholl gys Shibber y Chiarn.

Dy jean ad ad-hene y eyfht,

Vel ad goaill Arrys firrinagh fon nyn Beccaghyn t'ad bannab er n'yannoo?

Vel ad dy fhickyr kiarail Bea y leeideil?

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Vel Credjue bioal oc ayns Myghin Yee trovid Creeft?

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Whether they have a thankful Remembrance of his Death? And,

: Whether they be in Charity with all Men?

Now, forafmuch as all Chriftians, who are capable of examining themselves and their own Confciences, are bound, as they hope for Salvation through Chrift, to go to this Sacrament: And because young People are often at a Lofs how to examine themselves upon these several Heads:Here follow a few plain Directions, which they that can read, fhould read with Care; and they that cannot, if they have a true Concern for themselves, will find fome good Chriftian, who will be glad to read it to them, and do thereby a Work which must be well pleafing to God.

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Vel Cooinaghtyn booifal oc jeh Vaafe? As,

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Vel ad ayns Giaftyllys rifh dy chooilley Ghooinney?

Nifh, fon wheesh as dy vel dy chooilley Chreeftee, oddys feyfht ad hene as nyn Gooinfheanfeyn, kianlt dy gholl gys y Sacrament fhoh, myr t'ad jerkal rifh Saualtys trooid Creeft: As fon wheesh as dy vel Sleih aegey dy mennick mee- hufhtagh kys dy gholl myfh feyfht ad hene er dagh Banglane jeu fhoh:-Yiow ad ny-yeï fhoh Coyrle ghiare aafhagh, lhifagh adfyn oddys thaih y lhaih dy kiaralagh; as adfyn nagh vod lhaih, my ta scansh firrinagh oc jeu hene, yiow ad Creeftee coair ennagh, ghoys Boggey dy lhaih eh daue, as liorifh fhen jannoo obbyr feer vooifat da Jee.

Yn CHIED VANGLANE t'ou dy eysht oo hene er, te mychione yn ARRYS ayd.

The FIRST HEAD on which you are to examine yourself, is concerning your REPENT

ANCE.

BY what you have already

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heard the Fall mychione of Man, you understand how Dooinney ve er duittym ayns all Men became fubject and Peccab, t'ou toiggal kys haink prone to Sin; and you cannot dy chooilley Ghooinney fo but feel it to be fo by fad Ex- Reill Peccah, as lhiant huggey; perience. We are affured al-as nagh vod oo agh gennaghfo, and this by the Spirit of tyn dy nee fhen myr te liorish God,that without a fincere Re-Prowal trimfhagh. Ta Shick

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pentance no Man must hope to | yrys ain myrgeddin, as fhoh be faved. fiorifh Spyrryd Yee, fegooifh Arrys firrinagh nagh nhegin da Dooinney erbee jerkal dy ve er ny hauail.

Nifh liorish Arrys t'ou dy hoiggal, Dooinney ta deyrey eh hene fon dy vel eh er n'yannoo Nhee erbee noi Aigney Yee;-edyr lheid as ta Jee er lhiettal, dy reayll fhin veih fhin hene y chur naardey, ny lhig gey fhaghey ny Curmyn fhen t'eh er harey, dy yannoo fhin cooie fon Maynrys tra yiow mayd Baafe.

Now by Repentance you are to understand a Man's condemning himself, for having done any thing difpleafing to God;either fuch Things as God has forbidden, to keep us from ruining ourfelves, or by omitting fuch Duties as he has commanded, in order to fit us for Happiness when we die.

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Myr shen my t'ou jannoo Soiaghey erbee jeh Aggle roish Jymmoofe Yee, ny Graih da fyn t'er ve cha mie rhyt, nee oo dy arryltagh oo hene y gheyrey fon dy chooilley Nhee t'ou er n'yannoo noi e Aigney as e Harey.

Nee oo myrgeddin dy feer jeean guee er dy leih dhyt ny t'er n'gholl fhaghey, as giallee oo as kiaree oo, trooid e Ghrayfe as e Chooney, nagh jean oo jeh dty Yioin Jymmoofe y chur er reefht.

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As lurg ooilley, cha jarrood oo dy ghoaill Padjer fon e Gbrayfe dy chooilley Laa jeh dty Vea, n'egooifh hed ny Gialdynyn fhare ayd naardey.

Shoh yn Arrys fhen, mychione t'ou farit dy eyfht oo hene, roifh my hed oo gys Shibber y Chiarn.

Moft

Moft People, 'tis true, are ready to own that they are Sinners, and cry, Lord, forgive us; and this too often without any great Concern, or Purposes of Amendment.

But this you will not think Agh cha jean ufs fmooinaghfufficient, when you feriouflytyn dy vel fhoh dy liooar, tra confider that the End and Pu-t'ou goaill gys dty Chree nagh nifhment of Sin are not to be vel Jerrey ny Kerraghey Pecfeen in this Life. cah dy kinjagh er ny akin ayns y Vea fhoh.

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*S'feer eh, dy vel y chooid fmoo dy Leih aarloo dy ghoaill rifh dy nee Peccee ad, as eieee ad magh, Hiarn, leib dooin; as fhoh ro-vennick fegooifh Scanfh vooar erbee, ny Kiarail dy Lhiaffaghey Bea.

If therefore you ftand in a- Shen-y-fa my t'ou fhaffoo ny Fear of the Judgement of ayns veg yn Aggle roish BriwGod, fet yourself ferioufly to nys Yee, gow dy creeoil myth confider your paft Life; fee fmooinaghtyn er dty Vea t'er whether you have not lived, or n'gholl fhaghey; jeeagh nagh do not now live, in any known vel oo er veaghey, ny nagh vel Sin, or evil Habit: Of Lying, oo ec y Traa t'ayn beaghey, for Example;-or Swear- ayns Peccab ny Drogh-chliaghing, or Drinking or filthy tey erbee er-fys dhyt: Lheid as Talking;Of Uncleanness,--Of Ginfb Breagyn,-ny Loo,-ny keeping loofe and profane Com- Mefbtyrys,-ny Glare feohdagh; pany,---- Of following unwar----Neu-ghlennid,---Freayll Sherantable Pleafures and Di-haght rouanagh as mee-chrauee, verfions, or of leading an-Geiyrt da Eunyffyn as Cliaghidle, ufelefs, finful Life. taghyn neu-lowal, ny leeideil Bea litcheragh, gyn ymmyd, as peccoil.

If this hath been your My fhe fhoh t'er ve dty Cafe, refolve to break off Stayd, kiare dy vrifhey jeh all thefe, and all fuch-like ooilley ny Raaidyn olk fhoh, evil Ways, which are dif- as ooilley nyn lheid elley, ta noi pleafing to God; condemn Aigney Yee; jean oo hene y yourself for having fo def- gheyrey fon dy vel oo cha dowil perately broke the Commands er vrifhey ny Annaghyn echeyof one who can destroy both fyn oddys ftroie chammah Callin Body and Soul in Hell as Annym ayns Niurin.--SmooinConfider the Vows that are ce er ny Breearaghyn t'ou fo, upon

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