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This is the day which the | Lord hath | made : we will rejoice and be glad in / it.

20.

Canticle for Easter.

CHRIST is rísen | from the dead : and become the fírst | fruits of them that | slept :

For sínce by | man came | death: by man came also the resur

rection of the dead. If | we be- | lieve: that Jésus | died and | rose a- gain,

Even so them also who | sleep in | Jesus: will | God | bring with | Him.

Christ being raised from the dead | dieth no | more: death hath no móre do- | minion | over | Him;

For in that He died, He died unto | sin | once: but in that He liveth, He | liveth unto | God.

Likewise reckon ye also yourselves | dead unto | sin: but alive unto Gód through | Jesus Christ our | Lord.

Set your afféction on things a- | bove: not on / things on the earth.

Fór |.ye are dead: and your lífe is | bid with Christ in | God.

When Christ who is our life | shall ap- | pear : then shall ye álso ap- pear with | Him in | glory.

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21. Canticle for Ascension Day.

Thou art gone up on high, Thou hast led captivity captive, and received | gifts for men : yea, even for Thine enemies that the Lord God might | dwell a- |

mong them.

The Lord I gave the word : gréat was the | company of the preachers.

How beautiful are the feet of them that préach the gospel of peace : and bring glad tidings of good things.

Their sound is gone out into | all | lands: and their words into the ends of the world.

Let all the angels of God: wor- ! -|- ship | Him.

(And Psalms 15, 24.)

22.

Wubitsunday. O GIVE thanks unto the Lord, and call up- on His | name: tell the people what | things | He hath | done.

O let your songs be of | Him, and praise Him : and let your tálking be of all His | wondrous | works.

Seek the Lord | and His | strength : seek His | face for ever | more.

The Lord I gave the word: and great was the company of those who published it.

His salvation is nígh unto | those who | fear Him : that glóry may | dwell | in the land.

Mercy and truth are I met to-gether : ríghteousness and peace have | kissed each other.

Truth shall flourish | on the earth : and righteousness shall | look | down from heaven.

"The Lord will give strength | unto His | people: the Lord will give únto His | people the blessing of peace.

Blessed are the people whose strength / is from | Thee: and in whose heart are | Thy | ways.

Teach us to do Thy will, for Thóu | art our | God: 0. let Thy good Spirit léad us | into the paths of | righteousness.

23.

Trinity Sunday. HÉAR | O | Israel : the Lord our God is , one | Lord.

And thou shalt love the Lord thy Gód with all thine | heart : and with all thy soul | and with | all thy | might.

Worthy is the Lamb / that was | slain : to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and strength, and honour, and glory, and blessing.

Blessing, and honour, and glory, and power be unto Him that sítteth up- | on the throne : and unto the Lamb for ever and ever.

O the depth of the | riches : bóth of the / wisdom and | knowledge of God.

How unséarchable | are His I judgments : and His wáys past | finding | out.

For who hath known the mind I of the Lord: óri who hath | been His | counsellor ?

24.

TE DEUM. We praise | Thee, 0 | God: we acknowledge 1 Thee to be the Lord.

All the earth doth worship | Thee: the Father ever- | lasting.

To Thee all ángels | cry a- I loud : the heavens and all the | powers there- | in.

To Thee, Chérubim and Seraph-lim: con-| tinual-| ly do | cry,

Hóly | Holy | Holy: Lord God of | Saba- | oth;

Heaven and earth are | full: of the majesty | of Thy glory.

The glorious company | of the a- | postles : praise | -|-- | Thee.

The goodly fellowship of the prophets : praise -1- | Thee.

The nóble | army of martyrs : práisel -|-|Thee.

The holy Church throughout | all the world: dóth ) ac- | knowledge | Thee;

The Fá- | - | ther : óf an | in- / finite | majesty. Thine honour- | able | true : ánd | on- I ly | Son. Álso the Holy | Ghost: thé | Com- , fort- | er. Thóu | art the King : óf | glo- | ry, O | Christ.

Thou art the ever- | lasting | Son: thé | Son of the | Father.

When Thou tookest upon Thée to de- | liver / man: Thou didst not ab- hor his | low es. | tate.

When Thou hadst, overcome the / sharpness of death : Thou didst open the kingdom of heaven to all be- | lievers.

Thou sittest at the right | hand of God: in the | glory | of the Father.

Wé be- | lieve that | Thou : shált | come to be our ! Judge.

We therefore práy Thee help Thyservants: whom Thou hast redeemed | with Thy | precious | blood.

Make them to be númbered | with Thy | saints : ín glory | ever- | lasting.

O Lord | save Thy | people : ánd | bless Thine | heri- | tage. Góv- 1

-ern | them : ánd | lift them / up for ever. Dáy | by day : wé | magni- | fy | Thee;

Ánd we | worship Thy | name : éver | world | without | end.

Vouch- , safe, O | Lord: to keep us this 1 day with- | out | sin.

O Lord, have / mercy up- | on us: háve / mer- | cy up- | on us.

O Lord, let Thy mércy | lighten up- on us: as our | trust | is in | Thee.

O Lord, in Thée | have I | trusted : lét me | never | be con- | founded.

25.

THE TRUE LIGHT.

Lo! at length the true | Light: light for every mání born | into the world ;

Kindling the face of thém | that re- | ceive it ; till théy be- | come the sons of God.

Cease blinding glóries of the heavens : whích | none could | see and | live !

Cease gross dárkness of the earth : where the righteous put | forth their | hands and fear!

The veil between is taken a- | way: and the mingling | day-spring | comes ;

No longer is the dwelling of eternal life too | bright a- | bove : and the perishable | world too | dark be- | low.

The Son of God hath | dwelt a- | mong us : fúll of| grace land | truth.

The Son of Mán has gone | up on high : made perfect through súffering | for the holy of holies.

Hé | is our peace : giving us access by one | spirit | to the Father ;

No móre strangers and exiles : but fellow-citizens with the saints and of the household of God.

O Lord Almighty! we had said of | Thee : “Thy thoughts are not as our | thoughts”;

But Thou hast looked on us as with the píty | of a | man : and raised ús to | think the thoughts of God.

We had said, “Our righteousness reacheth nót/

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