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any publick or private Calamity, 3 j
An Evening Prayer, for a due and awful Sense of God's
Omnipresence, 5 i
A Morning Prayer for the Blessing of God, and the
Protection of Divine Providence, 5?
(a) Matth. Vt. 6. When thou Prayest, enter into thy Closet, and when thou hid shut thy Door, Pray to thy Father which it in Secret, and thy Father which seeth in Secret shall reward thee openly. Malt. xxi. zz. All things whatsoever ye (hall ask in Prayer, believing, ye shall receive. John xvi. 2.3. Whatsoever ye shall ash the Father in my Name, he will give it you. Ask, and ye shall receive, that your Joy may be full. Jam. v. 16. The esfeftual fervenc
Lord, that hear est Prayer, and to thee shall all come: Consider my Supplication; hearken unto the Voice of my Cry, my King and my God, (a) for unto thee will I pray. My Voice /halt thou hear Prayer of a righteous Man avail
i^.vi v*„„ r» T „ J 1 ethmuch. this. Iv. 6,7. Be care
in the Morn i N c j O Loro\ ful for nothing> bllt in 'every thing
in the Morning will I direct by Prayer and Supplication,
my Prayer unto thee, and with Thanksgiving, let your
Requests be made known unto God.
And the Peace of God, which oasfeth all Understanding, shall keep
your Hearts and Minds, through jesus Christ.
» Psalm v.
• It this and the ensuing Prayers, the Expressions in the Singular w Plural Number of I er We, tsfe. may be varied as the Cireumrtquires.