Putting on your neerest garment, praie thus:
PUt vpon me, O Lord, the pure gar∣ment of the innocencie and holines of Christ my Sauior. O couer thou my nakednesse and shame with the fine linnen robe of his righteous∣nesse and vertue; so shall not my fil∣thinesse be discouered vnto mine e∣nimies, for them to gaze and laugh at; as cursed Cham did at the nakednesse of his father Noah. Yea, make thou my linnen cloaths as white as snowe, and shining like the light, that I maie be of the number of those that haue beene called from the be∣ginning of the world, and shall be sanctified, that haue departed from the shadowe of the world, and shall re∣ceiue glorious garments; euen of those holie ones, I saie, that haue put off the mortall cloathing, and haue put on the immortall, which haue confessed thee, O God, and thy Christ, and are alreadie crowned with glorie, and haue receiued palmes of victorie in their hands, triumphing ouer all their enimies, and poli∣cies of this world, So be it.
Reuel. 16, 15.