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A FORM OF. PRAYER AND THANKSGIVING. TO ALMIGHTY GOD, For the fruits of the earth, and all the other blessings of his merciful Providence; to be used yearly on the First Thursday in November, or on such other day as shall be appointed by the Civil Authority. For the Right Use of God's Gifts Almighty God, whose loving hand hath given us all that we possess: Grant us grace that we may honor thee with our substance, and, remembering the account which we must one day give, may be faithful stewards of thy bounty, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. For those who Influence Public Opinion. (The Diamond Jubilee Prayer, written at the Queen’s direction by the chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral)  A President’s Prayer of Thanksgiving & Praise: Most gracious Lord God, from whom proceedeth every good and perfect gift, I offer to Thy Divine Majesty my unfeigned praise and . A FORM OF. PRAYER AND THANKSGIVING. TO ALMIGHTY GOD, For the inestimable Blessings of Religious and Civil Liberty; to be used yearly Fourth Day of July, unless it happen to be on Sunday, and then on following. The Service shall be as usual, except where it is hereby otherwise appointed.
A sermon delivered in St. Paul's Church, on the 4th of July, When the "Form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God, for the inestimable blessings of religious and civil liberty," was first used. A form of prayer and thanksgiving to almighty God; to be used 5th Dec., , being the day appointed for a general thanksgiving for the victory obtained by his majesty's ships of war under the command of viscount Nelson, Volume A form of prayer and thanksgiving to Almighty God: to be used in all churches and chapels throughout those parts of the United Kingdom called England and Ireland, on Thursday the seventh day of July , being the day appointed by proclamation for a general thanksgiving to Almighty God, for putting an end to the long, extended, and bloody warfare in which we were engaged against France and. A Form of Prayer and Thanksgiving to Almighty God; to be Used in All Churches and Chapels Throughout England, the Dominion of Wales, and the Town of Berwick Upon Tweed, on Thursday the Twenty-third Day of April, for the Signal Interposition of His Good Providence in Delivering Our Most Gracious Sovereign from the Severe Illness with which He Hath Been Afflicted, Volume 6.
Prayer of Thanksgiving. Almighty God, Father of all mercies, we, Your unworthy servants, do give You most humble and hearty thanks for all Your goodness and loving-kindness to us and to all people. We bless You for our creation, our preservation, and all the blessings of this life. Notes. 1 The following four Forms of Penitence may be used with Prayer During the Day, Morning Prayer or Evening Prayer. They are most suitable on days when the Eucharist, the Thanksgiving for the Word or Night Prayer are not being celebrated. The third form may not be used at the Principal Service on a Sunday, Principal Feast or other Principal Holy Day. God answered those prayers by sending that first band of believers (people who knew His Name and carried His Book) aboard a little ship called the Mayflower. On board that vessel those believers entered into a covenant with Almighty God in the Name and in the blood of Jesus. Then the first thing they did when their feet hit the shore was to pray. Almighty God, may we, by the prayer and discipline of Lent, enter into the mystery of Christ’s sufferings; that by following in the Way, we may come to share in the glory; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Blessing. May God bless us, that in us may be found love and humility, obedience and thanksgiving, discipline, gentleness and peace.