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Lord, the Frailty of Man Hiarn, myr nagh vod An. without Thee cannot but nooinid Sheelnaue agh tuittym, fall : In all Temptations, fegooish dty Chooney : Ayns therefore, I beseech Thee, dy chooilley Violagh, er-y-fa to succour me, that no Sin then, ta mee guee ort dy my may ever get the Dominion niartaghey, nagh vod dy bragh
Peccah erbee yn Varriaght y
gheddyn orrym. Give me a falutary Dread Cur dou Aggle flayntoil jeh of the Corruption of my Neu-ghlennid my Chree hene: own Heart : Make me tru- Cur Enn aghtyn firriagh do ly sensible of the End of Sin, jeh Jerrey Peccah, as freill and mindful of my own In- mee ayns Cooinaghtyn jeh my firmities and Backslidings. Annooinidyn as my Skirragh
Vouchsafe unto all Sin Dy gooidfave lhiat coyrt
true Sense of their da dy chooilley Ghrogh-yanunhappy. State, a Fear of tagh Ennaghtyn firrinagh jeh thy Judgments, and Grace nyn Stayd vee-vaynrey, Aggle and Strength to break their roish dty Vriwnylsyn, as Grayse Bonds,
aš Niart dy vrishey nyn Gheu
laghyn, Enlighten my Soul with Soilshee my Annym lesh saving Truth ;
Correct dty Ghoo firrinagh.---Smaghin Mercy, and reduce tee mee ayns Myghin, me when I go astray. Make chyndaa mee gys y Raad cair, ever mindtul of
my tra ta mee goll er-fhaghryn, latter End, and fix in my Freill mee kinjagh ayns CooinHeart a lively Sense of the aghtyn jeh my Laa jerrinagh, Happiness and Misery of the as foie ayns my Chree EnWorld to come,
naghtyn breeoil jeh Maynrys as Treihys y Theihll ta ry. heet.
May the Thoughts of Dy der Smooinaghtyn y Death' mortify in meal! Vaaith naardey aynyın dy Pride and Covetousness, and chooilley Voyrn as Saynt, as a. Love for this World ! Graih lon y Theihll fhoh! As
And may my firm Belief of dy jean my Chredjue shickýyr a Judgment to come, make jeh Briwnys ry-heet, cur or
careful to please rymn dy bragh ve kiaralagh dy Thee, my Lord and Judge, wooiys Uls, my Harn as my
that I may fnd Mercy ai | Vris, dy voddym Mghin ý. i that Day!
gheddyn ec y Láa fhen? Grant that I may
lie Giall dy voddym lhie sheese down to Sleep with the same dy chadley lein yn "Aigney charitable and forgiving Tem- ghialtyllagh cheddin as arrylper, in which I desire and tagli dy leiing ayni mee treihope to die.
teil dy gheddyn Vaaith. And may the Almighty As dy jean y Jee OoilleyGod take me, and all all niartal mith, as ooilley ny ta that belongs to me, under bentyn dou, y ghoaill fo e his gracious and powerful Choadey ghrayfoii as pooaral! Protection ! May be give his Dy der en Currym da e AinleAngels Charge concerning my-nyn-gione, as dy vreill eh us, and keep us
us in perpetu- ihin ayns Shee as Sauchys son al Peace and Safety, through dy bragh, trooid Yeeley Creest Jesus Christ our Lord !
St. John xvi. 23. Verily, Noo Ean xvi. 23. Dy firI say unto you, Whatsoever ye rinagh, ta mee gra riu, Cré-erMail ask the Father in my bee hirrys shiu er yn Ayr ayns Name, he will give it you. yn Ennym aym', ver en diu en.
In thy Name, O Jesus, Ayns dty Ennym's, O Yeeand in the full Meaning of fey, as ayns flane Bree ny the Words which thou hast Goan t'ou er n'ynsaghey taught us, I pray God, for dooin, ta mee guee er Jee, er thy fake to hear me, and to dty Ghraih's dy iny chlaihtyn, give me what is most con- as dy chur dou then thare er venient for me.
UR Father which art
YR ain t'ayns Niau ; Cain Heaven ; Hallowed sherick dy row dty Enbe thy Name. Thy King- nym. Dy jig dty Reeriaght. dom come. Thy Will be Dty Aigney dy row jeant er y
done in Earth, as it is in Thalloo, myr te ayns Nialle Heaven. Give us this Day Cur dooin nyn Arran jiu as our daily Bread.
And for- gagh-laa. As leih dooin nya give us our Trespaffes, aş Loghtyn, myr ta fhin leib we forgive them that tref- dauesyn ta jannoo Loghtyn nyn pass against us. And lead 'oi. As ny leeid fhin ayns us not into Temptation. But Miolagh; Agh livrey fhin veih deliver us from Evil : For Olk. Son lhiat's y Reeriaght, thine is the Kingdom, and as y Phooar, as y Ghloyr, fon the Power, and the Glory, dy bragh as dy bragh. Amen. for ever and ever. Amen.