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... yet tells them , Jobn xvi 24 , that hitherto they had asked nothing ; i e . nothing
in compaison with what they should ask when the spirit should be poured out , to
abide with the church forever ; and they should fee greater things than these .
As for inftance these words Pf . lxxxvii . 7 , All mysprings are in thee -may very fitly
be applied to God , tho ' there it appears by the feminine article in the original , to
be meant of Zion ;Nor has it ever been thought any wrong to the scripture ...
... application of the mind , the lively exercises of faith and love , and the out .
goings of holy defire towards God , are so effentially necelsary to prayer , that
without these in fincerity , the best and molt proper language is but a liteless
... and yet tells them, John xvi 24, that hitherto they had asked nothing ; i e.
nothing in compaison with what they should ask when the spirit should be poured
out, to abide with the church forever; and they should see greater things than
... presence , presenting ourselves to him as living facrifices , which we desire
may be holy and acceptable , and a reasonable service ; and then bind these
sacrifices with cords to the horns of the altar , in such thoughts as these : a Rom ,
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archaic language even so far as the letter 's' is printed as the letter 'f'
An excellent resource for prayer - what better way to pray then to pray God's word back to him!
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