A select collection of Catholick sermons preache'd before their majesties King James II, Mary Queen-Consort, Catherine Queen-Dowager, etc. . Ryeslifted up to Heaven, that Ceremony at alltimes is neither necelTary nor convenient:Let us pray always^ by a conftant Unionof our Souls always with God : Let uspray always^ by doing what we do, forthe Sake of God : Let us pray always^ bybearing our Sufferings for God: Let uspray always^ by defiring what we defire,may redound to the Honour of God : Letus pray always^ by loving what we lovefor the Love of God : Let us pray always^inline, by rendering our

A select collection of Catholick sermons preache'd before their majesties King James II, Mary Queen-Consort, Catherine Queen-Dowager, etc. . Ryeslifted up to Heaven, that Ceremony at alltimes is neither necelTary nor convenient:Let us pray always^ by a conftant Unionof our Souls always with God : Let uspray always^ by doing what we do, forthe Sake of God : Let us pray always^ bybearing our Sufferings for God: Let uspray always^ by defiring what we defire,may redound to the Honour of God : Letus pray always^ by loving what we lovefor the Love of God : Let us pray always^inline, by rendering our Stock Photo
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A select collection of Catholick sermons preache'd before their majesties King James II, Mary Queen-Consort, Catherine Queen-Dowager, etc. . Ryeslifted up to Heaven, that Ceremony at alltimes is neither necelTary nor convenient:Let us pray always^ by a conftant Unionof our Souls always with God : Let uspray always^ by doing what we do, forthe Sake of God : Let us pray always^ bybearing our Sufferings for God: Let uspray always^ by defiring what we defire, may redound to the Honour of God : Letus pray always^ by loving what we lovefor the Love of God : Let us pray always^inline, by rendering our T^houghts^ Words^and IVorks^ conftant Effects of Faith^ Hopc^and Charity. Prayer then and Grace willbe individual Companions: Grace will beacquired at the Inftance oi o^ai Prayers-yGlory will be the due Reward of Grace.G rat mm enimS Gloriam dabit Domimis-, For the Lord (fays the Pfalmift) will give /^[ Grace and Glory.Vol. II. Gg Which 226 SERMON XX. Which God of his infinite Mercy grant tothe Prayers of your moft Sacred Majefty, tomy Prayers J and to the Prayers of all thathear me, Li Nomine Patris & Filii^piritus San5fi. Ameti, . A A SERMON Preachd before the OUEEN-DOWAGER, In Her MAJESTYS Chapel at Somerset-House^ on WHirSUNDAT, 1686. E7 the Reverend FATHER Dom. PHIL. ELLIS, Monk of the HolyOrder of St. BENEDICT, and of the EngliJ/jCongregation, Preacher and Chaplain inOrdinary to their MAJESTIES. j4s Puhliftfd hy Her Majestys Command, Printed in the Year MDCCXLI.

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