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THE INTRODUCTION, Page jïi
The Author's APOLOGY and REASONS
for attempting to compofe this H AR-
: Prayers composed out of the P.SÁLMS.
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A Prayer for the Pardon of Sin, and for Santtifying
A Representation of the final Judgment,
PSALMS of PRAISE:
Divine HYMNS by several Hands': Many
of which are set to a Consort of Musick.
The MORNING and EVENING SERVICE, with
the LITANY, COLLECTS, COMMUNION-
(a) Matth. vi. 6. When thou veoIVE · Ear unto PRAYEST, enter into thy Clomy Words, O fet, and when thou hast shut thy
Door, I'RAY to thy FATHER which Lord, that hear- is in sECRËT, and thy Father which le x eft Praver, and feech in SECRET shall reward chee therefore to thee Thall all openly. Matt. XXI.22. All things
whatsoever ye shall ask in Prayer, Flesh come : Consider my believing, ye shall receive. John Supplication; hearken unto XVI. 23. Whatsoever ye shall ask the Voice of my CRY, my the Father in my Name, he will KING and my GOD, (a) for ceive, that your Joy may be full.
give it you. Ask, and ye shall reunto thee will I pray.
Fam. v. 16. The effeétual fervent My Voice shalt thou hear PRAYER of a righteous Man availin the MORNING; O Lord,'
eth much. Phil. iv. 6,7. Be care
3. y Lord, ful for nothing, but in every thing in the Morning will I direct by PRAYER and SuprlicÁTION, my Prayer unto thee, and with THANKSGIVING, let your
* Requests be made known unto God. And the Peace of God, which passerball Understanding, shall keep your Hearts and Minds, through Jesus Chrift.
a Psalm v. • In this and the ensuing Prayers, the Expressions in the Singular er Plural Number of I or We, &c. may be varjed as the Circumlance requires.