Excerpt from The Church of England Vindicated From the Charge of Absolute Predestination, as It Is Stated and Affected by the Translator of Jerome Zanchius, in His Letter to the Rev. Dr. Nowell: Together With Some Animadversions on His Translation of Zanchius, His Letter to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley, and His Sermon on I Tim. I. 10
In the other Offices. Are thefe: Almighty and ever. living God, who by thy holy Apollle hall taught us to make Prayers and Supplications, and to give Thanks for eel/men. Prayer for the Church militant. Ye mull give molt humble and hearty Thanks to God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghoft, for the Redemption of tee 1470211. By the Death and Paﬂion of our Saviour Chrill. Exhortation at the Coa.mze m'oa. God f0 loved the world, that he gave hi only. Begotten Son, to the end that all that oeneve in him lhould not perifh, but have everlafiing life. This is a true faying, and worthy of all Men to be te ceived, that Chrifl jefus came into the world to fave siaaer: .-if an} [wan fin, we have an Advocate with the Father jefus Chrif't the righteous, and he is the Propitiation for our Sins. St yea adds, And H not for ours only, but alfo for the Sins ofthe eeloole World. Sentences at the Communion. Jefuschrilt is the very palchal Lamb, which was offered for H us, and hath taken away the Sin of tee l/vorlel. Preface upon Eaﬂer-day. Jefus Chrifl - upon the Croi's - made a full. Perfect and fufficient Sacrifice, Oblation and Satisfae'tion for the Sins of the rwbole World. Prayer of Coo'feeraez'oa. Thou that takelt away the Sins ofthe World, have Mercy upon us. Anthem at the Communion. I learn to believe in God the Son, who hath redeemed me and all Mankind. Catechifm. O molt mighty God and merciful Fa-u ther, who hall Compaffion upon al/mea, and batelh '1 aoroiag that thou hall made, who wouldeﬂ not the death ofa Sinner. Communion Office. O mol't mighty and gracious, good God, thy Mercy is over. 1 all to} War/an - The Lord.is gracious and full of Compaﬂion, flow to Anger, and of great Thankfgiving after a Storm at Sea. In this Manner our Church in her Liturgy fets forth the Extent of Redemption by joins Chrilt. Let us now confider what lhe therein teaches concerning Per/ew raoee. And here let it be obferved, that every Prayer. For Perfeverance implies a Poﬂioilz'ty of Noa-perﬂoerame, tn r g.
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