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thy holy Word :-Never to ayns dty Ghoo casherick ;----wrong or deceive him :-Ne- Gyn dy bragh Aggair y yannoo ver to grieve him, or with-da ny 'volley eh : -Gyn dy
a Čause to create him bragh Trimshey ý chur er, ny Trouble ; Never to treat gyn oyr dy hayrn Seaghyn er ; him with Contempt and Scorn ; ---Gyn dy bragh beg ý hoiaghey
Never to be pleased with jeh, ny Faghid y yannoo er ;--his Misfortunes and Faults :-- Gyn dy bragh goaill Boggey ec But to rejoice in his Happi- Drogh-hag hyrt erbee, ny Foilness, and help him in his chin dty Naboo : Agh dy Wants,--Give me, O Lord, ghoaill Boggey ayns e Vaynrys, a Proof of my having passed as dy chooney lesh ayns e Eme. from Death unto Life. -Cur dooys, O Hiarn, yn
Prowal shoh dy vel mee er my chaghlaa veih Baase
Bea. Gal. iii. 13. Christ hath Gal. iii. 13. Ta Creeft er livredeemed us from the Curse of rey shin veih Mollaght y Leigh, the Law, being made a Curse eh-hene jeant ny Vollaght er nyn for us; --that is, He was fon; ta fhen dy ghra, Va Kertreated
under the raghey currit er myr er Fer fo Curse of the Law, Deut. Mollaght y
Deut. Mollaght y Leigh, Deut. Blessed God, how great Yee bannit, cre wheesh vå was our Misery? How great nyn Dreibys? Cre wheesh va was thy Mercy? when no- dty Vyghin's ? tra nagh voddagh thing could save us from Ru- Nhee erbee, fhin y hauail veih in, but the Death of thy Toyrt-mow, agh Baase dty Son !-.--I see by this, how Vac!-----Hee-ym liorish shoh, hateful Sin is to Thee.cre cha dwoaiagh as ta Peccah Make it fo to me, I beseech dhyt.----Myr shen dy row eh Thee.—May I never flat- dooys, ta mee guee ort.---Ny ter myself, that thy Mercy lhig dou dy bragh brynnoil will spare me, if I continue rhym pene, dy jean dty Vyghin Sin, when thou sparedít in lhiggey Thiam, my nee'm not thine own Son, when he tannaghtyn ayns Peccal, tra put himself in the Place of nagh ren oo lhigsey lelh dty Sinners !----May I never pro- Vac hene, tra hug eh eh-hene voke thy Justice !----May I ayns Ynnyd ny Peccee !----Ny never forget thy Mercies, lhig dooys dy bragh dty Chair
ys y vrasnaghey !---Ny ihig dou
and what thy Son has done dy bragh jarrood dty Vyghinfor me!
yn, as cre ta dty Vac er n'yan
noo er my hon! Tit. ii. 14. He gave him- Tit. ii. 14. Hug eh eh-hene self for us, that i'e might re- er nyn son, dy voddagh eh shin y deem us from all Iniquity, eaysley veih dy chooilley Veeand to purify unto himjélf chraueeaght, as casherickey da a People zealous of good Works. hene Pobble reiht, jeean ayns
Obbraghyn mie. Blessed be God, that I was Bannit dy row Jee, dy vel united to this People by Bap- milh jeant unnane jeh’n Phobtism! Grant that I may ne ble fhoh liorish Bafhtey! Giall ver disgrace Thee, or my nagh jean-ym dy bragh meeChristian Profession, by an un- hene neu-feeu jeed's ny jeh my godly Life. Thou, who Chredjue Creestee, lioriih Bea halt redeemed us from Sin vee-chrauee.--O uts, t'er vé nyn and Death, cause me to un- Ver-kionnee veih Peccalas veih derstand, to value, and ever Baafe,cur orrym dy hoiggal, dy remember thy great Love, and yannoo Ard-folaghey jeh, as to shew that I do so by a dy bragh dy chooinaghtyn er Life confecrated to thy Ser- dty Ghraih erskyn-earroo, as vice.
dy hoilshaghev dy vel mee jan. noo then liorith Bea
chasherickey gys dty Hirveith. 2 Tim. ï. 12. If we deny 2 Tim. ii. 12. My ta fiin bim, He also will deny us. gobbal chyn, nee elhyn myrged
din shin a yobbal. How many deny Thee, O Cre whilleen ta gobbal uss, Jesus, without Thought, and O Yeesey, gyn Tort, as gyn without Dread! Do they Aggle! Vel fys oc cre t'ad dy know what they do, who yannoo, ta cha neu-hafiugh lightly turn their Backs upon | chyndaa nyn Ghreeym rih yn this Ordinance ? Who make Vardaghey fhoh? Nagh vel a Mock of Sin, which cost jannoo agh Craid jeh nyn BecThee thy Life ?...-- V'ho are caghyn, cholt dhyt's dty Vios? alhamed of Thee, and of thy ---Ta goaill Nearey jeed's äs Gospel, out of regard 'to jeh dty Huihtal, ayns Ammys Men? Who by their un- 'Gheincy ?---Ta :iorith nyn
Mea christian Lives do renounce neu-chreestee trcigeil diy Hirthy Service !--- Do they con- ! veithys ? Vel Toiggal oc cre te
sider what it is to be denied dy ve obbit liort's ? ----Cre te by Thee? ---What it is to have gyn veg y vondeish y ve oc liono Interest in thy Death, thy rish dty Vaase, dty Hurranse, as Merits, and Mediation ?---Gra- dty Phleadeilys er nyn son ? cious God, deliver me from ---Yee ghraysoil, livrey mish this dreadful Sin and Judg- veih'n Peccah as y Kerraghey ment.
atchimagh shoh. St. Matt. xxvi. 35----Peter Noo Mian xxvi. 35. Dooyrt said, Tho' I hould die with Peddyr, ga dy beign dou goll dy Thee, yet will I not deny Baase mayrt, cha nobbin oő. Thee. Preserve me, gracious
Freill mish, Hiarn ghraysoil, Lord, from a presumptuous veih Smooinaghtyn daaney, as Opinion, and Dependence on Treifhteil foalley er my Niart my own Strength, without hene, fegooish Kemmyrk dty the Aids of thy Grace : Let Ghrayse: Ayns y Vac-soyley me see, in this fad Instance, trimshagh fhoh, lhig dou fakin my Weakness without thy Af- my Annooinid fegooish dty sistance, and my Ruin without Niart, as my Hoyrt-mow fethy Help
gooish dty Chooney's. St. Luke xxii. 61, 62. And Noo Luke xxii. 61, 62. As the Lord turned and looked hyndaa yn Chiarn, as yeeagh eh upon Peter, and Peter remem- er Peddyr, as chocinee Peddyr er bered the Words of Christ,---- Goan Chreeft,---as hie eh magh
and wept as cheayn eh dy Iharroo. bitterly.
0 Jesus, look inpon me 0 Yeesey, jeeagh orrym's with the same Eye of Com- lesh y Tooill cheddin dy Hympassion, whenever I shall do
Traa nee'm amiss, that I may see my als y Raad, dy voddym my Fault, and forthwith return Oill y akin, as er-y-chooyl to my Duty :-Let this chyndaa gys my Churrym:--Instance of thy Mercy be Lhig da'n Cowrey shoh jeh dty our Comfort, lince so great Vyghin ve yn gerjagh aym's, and repeated a Crime did not fakin nagh ren Foill wheefh as exclude this Penitent from thy cha mennick jeant giarey Mercy ; but let not this make magh yn Arrysagh fooh veih us fearless of offending Thee, dty Vyghin ; agh ny lhig da left we never repent.
shoh shinyn y yannoo mee-ag
jeb S HIBBERY CHLARN.
glagh dy vrasnaghey, er-agte nagh gow mayd dy bragh
Arrys. St. Luke xxii. 3, 4, 5. Then
Noo Luke xxii. 3, 4, 5. entered Satan into Judas, and Eisht hie yn Drogh - spyrryd he communed with the Chief stiagh ayns Yuaase us glow th Prielts, how he might betray. Coyrle rish ny. Ard - saggyrtyn him unto them :--And they co- miychione eh y vrah diue: venanted to give him Money, as ren ad Conaant dy chur dr
gid da, &c. If I should provoke Thee, My vinnin's uls y vrafnaghO God, by resisting thy Holy ey, o Yee,dioriíh thuffoo magh Spirit, to leave
myl noi dty Spyrryd Noo, dy aaown natural Corruption, and gail mee gys Neu-glennid 12y to the Power of Satan, Il Ghooghys bene, as dys Pooar y
у see, in this wretched Man, Drogh-spyrryd, ta mee fan.in, what Wickedness I ain capa-| liorish y Dooinney mollee 1ļ0:1, ble of. --Lord God, abandon cre'n Vee-ch auceaght oddin me not to my own Choices: ve kyndagi jeh.-iliarn Yee, -Shut my Heart against that ny fang uss mith da Covetoufness, which was the reeyn nene :-Dooin my Chree Root of so great Sin. noi yn Taynt then, va Fraue
. Keep me from presumptuous jeh lheid y Peccah eajee. Freill
у Sins, left they get the Dominion mee veih Peccaghyn dy Ghoanys over nte ; and secure me un-) er dty Vyghin, nagh vow ad уп der the Conduct of thy Ho. Varriaght orrym; as freill mee ly Spirit, for Jesus Christ's fo Leerdeilys dty Spyrryd Noo, fake.
er graih Yeesey Creeft. Deut. xvi. 16. They shali Deut. xvi. 16. Cha jig uss not appear before the Lord lefh Laue follynı fenish y Chiarn: empty: every Man Jhall give ver dy chooilley Ghooinney rere as be is able, according to the e Fort, cor al rish Bannaght y Blessing of the Lord thy God, Chiarn dty Yee, i'eh er choyrt which he hath given thee. dhyt.
Shall I appear before thee, Jig-yms ayns dty Enish, O O God, worse than a few Yee, ny fmeiley na Hew?-
Can I give any thing Voddym Nhee erbee y choyrt to thy Poor, but what I have da ny Boghtyn ayd's, agh ny a received from thee ? How mee er gieddyn void's? K's can I say that I love . Thče oddym gra dy vel mooarane K
much, if I give sparingly to Graih aym ort, my ta mee thern, whom thou hast ap- fhirveilh cha gortagh orroosyn, pointed in thy Place to re- t'ou ayns dty Innyd bene er ceive our
Alms? Give me phointeil dy ghoaill nyn y eirk? an Heart, O God, to give Cur Cree dooys, O Yee, dy according to thy Blessing up- ve gialtyllagh corrym rish dty on me, and as I expect thy Vannaght orrym pene as er my Bleiling upon myself and Sub-Chooid. Itance.. I Pet. iv. 1o.
1 Peddyr iv. 10. Myr ta dy Man hath received the Gift, chooilley Ghooinney er gheddyn y even so minister the same one Gioot, dy jarroo myr shen shirto another, as good Stewards. veish-jee yn chooid cheddin yn
derrey yeh er y jeh elley, myr
Stiurtyn mie. O God, who has taught o'Yee; t'er n'ynfaghey us, that we are all but thy dooin nagh vel fhin ooilley agh StewardsKeep me from Stiurtyn foyd---Freill mith, ta that great Injustice of de- mee guce ort, veih'n Veefrauding thy Poor of their chairys vooar fhen dy volley Right : Give me Grace to dty Voghtyn's jeh nyn Gair: moderate all my vain Desires Cur Grayse dou dy fmaghtaghand Expences, that I may ey ooilley my Yeearreeyn farhave to give to them that need, dalagh, as my Vaarail, dy vod and that the Measure of thy ve aym dy chur dauefyn t'ayns · Blessings to me may be the Feme,.--As dy vod y Towe Measure of my Charity to jeh dty Vannaghtyn dooys, ve others.
yn Towse jeh'n Ghiałtyllys ayn's da feallagh elley.