|Author:||Tymme, Thomas, d. 1620.|
|Title:||The poore mans Pater noster with a preparatiue to praier: wherto are annexed diuers godly psalmes and meditations: collected out of the sacred scriptures, by Thomas Timme minister.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The poore mans Pater noster with a preparatiue to praier: wherto are annexed diuers godly psalmes and meditations: collected out of the sacred scriptures, by Thomas Timme minister.
Tymme, Thomas, d. 1620.
[London]: Newly imprinted the second time by Peter Short, dwelling on Bredstreet hill, at the signe of the Starre, 1598.
With a final colophon leaf.
Signatures: A-Q [chi]1.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Church of England -- Prayer-books and devotions -- Early works to 1800.
The life of a Chri∣stian man.
A Preparatiue to praier.
Perseuerance in praier.
The force of true praier.
The praier of a peni∣tent sinner.
Which art in heauen.
1 Hallowed be thy Name.
2 Thy kingdome come.
3 Thy will be doone.
Jn earth as it is in heauen.
4 Giue vs this day, our daily bread.
5 And forgiue vs our trespasses.
As we forgiue them that tres∣passe against vs.
6 And leade vs not into temptation: but deliuer vs from euill.
¶For thine is thy kingdome, the power and the glorie, for euer and euer, Amen.
A Meditation vp∣on the Lordes prayer.
A praier for the morning.
Another praier to be said in the mor∣ning.
An Euening praier.
An other praier for the Euening.
The confession of our sinnes vnto God the Father.
Another confession of sinnes.
A praier to be said before the receiuing of the holy Commu∣nion.
A thankesgiuing after the receiuing of the Commu∣nion.
A Psalme for remission of sinnes.
A Psalme, wherein thou desirest god to heare thy praier.
A Psalme for Gods grace.
A Psalme wherein we pray God to deli∣uer vs from our enemies.
A Psalme of trust and confidence in God.
A Psalme wherin we pray for the af∣flicted Church of Christ.
A Praier for the preseruation of our most gratious Soue∣raigne Queene Elizabeth.
A Psalme of prai∣ses and thanksgiuing to God for his be∣nefites.
A Psalme of bles∣sedfulnesse.
Secrete Meditati∣ons of the hart to stir vs vp vnto god∣linesse.
To Jesus Christ.