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lasting Righteousness, and the Truth.
(n) John xvi. 33. In me ye shall Trouble and Anguish have have Peace: In the
World ye shall
be of taken hold upon me, yet thy GOOD CHEER, I have overcome Commandments are my De- the World. light. The Righteousness (x). James 1. s. If any of you of thy Testimonies is ever- lack Wispom, let him ask of God, lasting: Give me (x) Under- that giveth to all Men liberally, and
upbraideth not, and it shall be giv. standing, and I shall live.
Having such a great High Priest, who is paped into the Heavens, let us approach the Throne of the Divine Majesty, to obtain Grace and Mercy to help in this time of need. Amen.
Cried - with my
have a Friend, and shall go unto me, O Lord, and him at Midnight, and say unto him, fave me, and I Friend, lend me three Loaves, for
Thall keep thy Te- a Friend of mine in his Journey is ftimonies. I prevented the set before him: And he from with
come to me, and I have nothing to dawning of the Morning, in shall answer, and say, Trouble (a) and CRIED; I hope in me not, the Door is now shut, and thy Word. Mine Eyes pre- I cannot rise and give thee. I say
my Children are with me in Bed, vent the Night Watches, that unto you, though he will not rile
and give him because he is his Friend; yet, because of his Importunity, he will rise and give him as many as he needeth : And I say unto you, Ask, and it shall be given you ; seek, and ye shall find ; knock, and it shall be opened unto you : ver. 13. If ye then, being Evil, know how to give good Gifts unto your Children, how much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him?
• Psalm cxix. 145, to 149, 151, 153, 154, 156, to 159, 162, to 171, 173, to 176.
I might MEDITATE in thy Word. Hear my Voice according to thy loving Kindness; O Lord, quicken me
(6) 1 Cor. Ill. 16. Know ye not
that according to thy Judgments. that the Spirit of God dwelleth in
are the Temple of God, and For thou art (0) near, O you ? Matt. XXVIII. 20. I am Lord, and all thy Command with you alway, even to the End
of the World. ments are Truth.
(c) Rom. viii. 11. He that raifConsider mine Adictions, ed up Chrift from the Dead, Thall and deliver me; for I do allo QUICKEN your mortal Bodies not forget thy Law. Plead by his SPIRIT that dwelleth in you.
(0) James 1. 2, 12. My Brethren, my Cause, and deliver me; count it all Joy, when ye fall into (c) QUIcken me according divers Temptations. Blessed is the to thy Word. Great are thy for when he is cried, he hall re
Man that endureth TEMPTATION, tender Mercies, O Lord ; ceive the Crown of Life, which quicken me according to thy the Lord hath promised to them Judgments. Many are my sed are they which are PERSECUT:
that love him. Matt: v. 10. Bler(1) PERSECUTORS and ENE- ED for Righteousnesssake, for theirs Mies, yet do I not decline is the Kingdom of Heaven, from thy Testimonies. I be- (8) 2 Pet. 11. 7,8,9. And deli. held the Tranfgreffors
, and thy CONVERSATION of the Wick
vered just Lot, vexed with the fil. was (e) GRIEVED, because ed; for that righteous Man dwel. they kept not thy Word. ling, among them, in seeing and Consider how I love thy Pre hearing, vexed
his righteous Soul
from Day to Day with their un. cepts; (f) QUICKEN me, O LAW Fut Deeds. Lord, according to thy lov- (f) Ephef. 11. !. And you hath
he QUICKNED, who were dead in ing Kindness.
Trespasses and Sins. 1 rejoice at thy Word, as (8) Matt. x111. 48,45. The Kingone that findeth (8) GREAT dom of Heaven is like to a Mer. Spoil. I hate and abhor chantman seeking GOODLYPEARLS,
who when he had found one Pearl Lyes, but thy Law do I love of great price, he went and fold (b) Seven times a day do I all that he had, and bought it. PRAISE thee, because of thy () 1 Thef. v. 17. PRAY without
cealing. righteous Judgments. Great
(i).Ifai. XXVI. 3. Thou wilt keep (i) Peace have they that love him in perfe& Peace, whose Mind thy Law, and nothing shall is staid on thee, because he trustech
in thee. offend them.
(k) Heb. vi. 18, 19. Who have Lord, I have (k) HOPED fled for RIFUGE, to lay hold up: for thy Salvation, and done on the Hope set before us; which
Hope we have as an Anchor of the thy Commandments, which Soul, both sure and stedfast. I love exceedingly, for all (1) John ix. 31. God heareth noc my Ways are before thee. Sinners, but if any Man be a Wor. Let my (1) CRY come near him he heareth.
shipper of God, and doth his Will,
before thee; deliver me ac-
(Simeon) was just and devout, waitme, for I have chosen thy rael
. Phil. 111. 20. Our ConversaPrecepts. I have (m) LONG- tion is in Heaven, from whence alED for thy SALVATION, 0
so we look for the SAVIOUR, the
Lord Jesus Chrift.
to them eternal Life, and they shall let thy Judgments help me. never perish, neither shall any pluck I have gone ASTRAY like a them out of my Hand. 1 Pet. 11. loft (n) Sheep; seek thy 25. For ye were as Sheer going Servant, for I do not forget the Shepherd and Bishop of your thy Commandments. Souls. See Ifai. L111.6.
O Father of Mercies, and God of all Confolation, grant
these my humble Requests, for the sake, and through the Intercession of Christ Jesus, our only Mediator and Advocate. Amen.
A Prayer for Pardon
of Sin, and for sanctifying Gract.
NTO : thee, O
(A) 2 Chron. vi. 18. But wit
God in very deed DWELL with Men
Lord, lift I up on the Earth? Behold, Heaven, and
tain thee. Ephes. iv. 10. He that LEST in the HEAVENS. Lord, cended up far above all Heavens,
descended, is the same also that als bear • my Voice, let thine that he might fill all things. Ears be (6) attentive to the
(6) Jolin xiv. 13. Whatsoever Voice of my Supplication : 1 do ; that the Father may be GLO
ye Niall ask in my Name, that will Out of the Depths have I RIFIED in the Son. cried unto thee, O Lord;
: Pfalm cxx111. 1.
b Psalm cxxx. 2, 1, 3, to ver. S.
for if thou, Lord, shouldest (1) Heb. VII. 12. For I will be mark (c) INIQUITY, who merciful to their UNRIGHTEOUSshould stand
INIQUITIES will I remember no MERCY and FORGIVENESS more. Micah vis. 18. Who is a with thee, that thou mayst God like unto thee, that pardoneth be feared. I wait for thee, TRANSGRESSION of the Remnant
INIQUITY, and passeth by the O Lord, and in thy Word of his Heritage ? He retaineth not do I (d) hope; my Soul his Anger for ever, because he de(e) waits for thee, O Lord, lighteth in Mercy.
(d) Heb. x. 35, 37: Cast not away more than they that watch
your Confidence, which hath great for the Morning; I say, recompense of Reward; for yet a more than they that watch little while, and he that shall come
will come, and will not carry. But for the Morning. I will hope the Just shall live by Faith. in thee, O Lord; for with (e) Isai. I.XIV. 4. For since the thee there is Mercy, and Beginning of the World, Men have plenteous (f) REDEMPTION, neither háth the Eye fcen, o God,
not heard, nor perceived by the Ear, and thou, O Lord, wilt re- besides thee, what he hath prepared deem thy PEOPLE from all for him that waiteth for him. See their (3) ÍNIQUITIEs. Thereg
1 Cor. 11.9. Fai XL. 31. They
that wait upon the Lord shall refore < will I PRAISE thee new their Strength, they shall mount with my whole Heart: I up with Wings, as Eagles; they
shall run, and not be weary; and will (1) WORSHIP towards
they shall walk, and not faint. thy holy Temple, and will
(f) Col. 1. 14, 15. In whom we praise thy Name for thy lov- have. REDEMPTION through his ing KINDNESS, and for thy Sins; who is the Image of the in
Blood, even the FORGIVENESS of TRUTH, for thou hast mag- visible God, the First-born of every nified thy (1) WORD above Creature.
(g) Matt. 1:21. Thou shalt call his Name Jesus, for he shall save his People from their Sins. Acts v. 31. Him hath God exalted with his right Hand, to be a Prince and a Saviour, to give Repentance to Israel, and Forgiveness of Sins.
(h) Col. 11. 1. If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those Things which are above, where Christ fitteth on the right Hand of God. Heb. X. 19,22,23. Having therefore Boldness to enter into the Holiest by the Blood of Jesus ; let us draw near with a true Heart, in fall Aflurance of Faith : Having our Hearts sprinkled from an evil Conscience, let us hold fait the Profession of our Faith without wavering ; (for he is FAITHFUL, that promiled.)
(1) Mari. xxiv. 35. Heaven and Earth shall pass away, but Thalí not pass away. 2 Pet. 1. 19. We have also a more fure Word of Prophecy ; whereunto ye do well thac ye take heed, as unto a Light that shinech in a dark Place, until the Day dawn, and the Day-Scar arise in your Hearts. Chap. 11.7. But the Heavens and the Earth which are now, by the fame Word are kept in store, reserved unto Fire 2gainit the Day of Judgment, and Perdition of ungodly Men,
c Pfalin CXXV111. 1, 2, 3, 6, 6.
all thy Name. In the Day (k) Heb. xi. 34. They by Faith
may when I cried unto thee, ó out of WEAKNESS were made Lord, thou answeredst me, not, for I am with thce : Be not
STRONG. Ifai. XL1. 10. Fear chou and strengthenedit (k) me dismayed, for I am thy God : I will with STRENGTH in mySoul. trengthen thee, yea, I will help Though thou, O Lord, art the right Hand of my Righteoul
yea, I will uphold thee with (1) high, yet haft thou re- nefs. spect unto the Lowly, but (1) Isai. LVII. 15. For thus faith the (m) Proud thou know- bireth Eternity, whose Name is ho
the high and lofty One, that inhaeft afar off. Thou, O Lord, ly; I dwell in the high and holy wilt (n) PERFECT that which Place, with him also that is of a concerneth me : Thy Mercy, vive the Spirit of the humble, and
contrite and humble Spirit, to reO Lord, endureth for ever; to revive the Heart of the contrite () FORSAKE not the Works Ones. of thine own Hands.
(m) James iv. 6. God resistech the PROUD, but giveth Grace unto
the HUMBLE. (n) Peil. 1.6. Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good Work in you, will perform”.it until the Day of Jesus Cbrift.
(6) John vi. 37. All that the Father giveth me shall come to me, and him that cometh to me, I will in nu wise CAST OUT. Heb. xill. s. For he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.
Hear, O Lord, in Heaven thy Dwelling-place, an.
when thou hearest, forgive ; for the sake of Jesus Christ our only Mediator and Advocate. Amen.
An Evening Prayer for å duc and awful Sense of God's Omnipresence.
ORD, - I cry un-
(a) Malachi 1. 11. For from the hafte unto me;
rising of the Sun, even unto the give Ear
going down of the same, my Name
unto ihall be great among the Gentiles my Voice when I and in every Place încense shall be cry unto thee. Let my Pray- Offered unto my Name, and a pure er be set forth before thee Offering. For my Name shall be
great among the Heathen, faith as (a) Incense, and the lift the Lord of Holts. a Psalm cxls. I, to 4.