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P

ART

II.

Reverend

Mr.

Richard

Baxter.

25

Upon

Wbafunday,

and

fix

days

of

and the defçending

of

the

Holy

Ghoftto

-

ter.

be

on

this

day

for

lèvera

oreightdays

to

ilccotntng

to

whore mots

true

gether.

Nonlife

Dap

from

¡Peahen.

came

Ulm

Prayer

before

that

which

is

at the

Confecration.

0152.ant

uri

that out

fitful

boniea

map

be

mane clean

bp

MO

13onp,

ano our

emu

watijeD

tilDugh

ila

mot

pleCiono

nlcon.

Prayer at theConfecration.

Pear

nog)

merciful/atier,

&c.

lobo

in

the

fame

night

that

he Mao

betrapeD,

took

Mean, anti

Katie

ban giben

thankD,

he

butte

it,

ono

garree,

éat

i

&

Utfcipiea

,

taping,

Rubrick.

We delire,

that

whereas there Words

feem

to

give a

greater

efficacy

to

the

Blood

chan

to the

Body

of

Chrift,

they

may

be altered thus, That

our

fsnfnl foals

and

bodies may

be

cleanfed

through

bes

preci-

ous

Body

and

Blood.

We conceive that

the

manner

of

the

confecrating

of

the

Elements

is

not

here

explicite

and dittinctenough,and theMi.

Hitters breaking

of

the

Bread

is

not

fo

much

as

mentioned.

Shen

fhafl

the

t

fnftfet

fief

re=

We delire,

that

at

the Diftribution

of

Cabe

tie

communion

itt

noti

the

Bread

and Wine to the

Communi-

ktnDa,

fl:c.

anti

after

Deftber

it to

cants, we may ufe

the

Words

of

our

the

people

to tiieie

canna kneeling;

Saviour

as

near

as

may be,

and

that

the

ano mien

fje

lieitbereth the

brean,

Minifter

be

not required to deliver

the

be [hall

lap,

The Body

of

our

Lord

lefts,

Bread and

Wine into

every

particular

Cbrift; which

was

given for

thee, preferve

Communicants hand, and to repeat the

tby

body

and

foul

unto

everlajiing Life,

and words

to each one

in

the

fingular mina-

rake

and

eat this in

Remembrance,

&c.

ber,

but that it may

fuffice

to

1peak

them

to

divers

jointly, according to our

Sa-

viours

Example.

We

alfo

delire,

that the Kneeling at

the

Sacrament

(it

being

not that

Gefture

which the

Apoftles

ufed, though

Chrift

was

perfonally prefent amongst them,

northat which

was ufed

in the pureft and

primitive times

of

the Church) may be

left free,

as

it

was

r. and

z.

E

D

W.

As

touching Kneeling,

&c.

they may

be

ufedor

left

as every

Mans Devotion ferveth, with-

out blame.

Rubrick.

Exception.

anti note,

tiat

eberp I3atflfjto.

Forafmuch

as everyParifbioner

is

not

du-

nee Iball

(Communicate

at

tie

ly qualified for

the Lord's

Supper,

and

leatl three

times

in the pear,

of

thole

habitually.

prepared are not at

all

witch

Eager

to

be

one, anti

Mall

ale

times

afivally

difpofed, but

many may

fo receibe

tie

,8tacramenta anti

o=

be hindered

by

the Providence

of God,

tier

tatted,

accolding

to

the

Oz.

and

fome

by the

Difemper of

their own

nera

in

tifa

'Book appointeD

Spirits; we delire

this

Rubrick may

be

either whollyomitted, or

thus

altered:

Every Minifter

shall be

bound to ad-

minifter the Sacrament

of

the

Lord's

Sup.

per

at lean thrice a Year, provided

there

be a due

number

of

Communicants

tna-

nifefting their

Delires

to

receive.

And

we delire

that the

following

Rubrick in

the Common-

Prayer

-Book

in

S

and

8 Edw.

eftablifhed by Law

as

much

as

any other part

of

the Common- Prayer-

Book,

maybe

reflored

for

the vindicating of our

Church

in

the matter

of

Kneel-

ing at the Sacrament (although the GeBure

be left

indifferent)

[r'

Although

no

or-

s

der can

be fo

perfectly

devifed,

but it may

be

of tome, either

for their

Ignorance

tand

Infirmity, or

elfe

of

Malice and Obftinacy,

mifconlrued,

depraved, and in-

terpreted

in

a

wrong part

; and

yet,

becaufe

brotherly Charity willeth that

fo

much

"es