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PRIVY
KEY OF HEAVEN,

OR

TWENTY ARGUMENTS

FOR

CLOSET PRAYER.

But thou, when tkou prayest, enter into thy closet,
and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father
which is in secret; and thy Father wbich is in secret
shall reward thee openly.

JESUS CHRIST.

BY
The LATE REVEREND THOMAS BROOKS,

MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL.

THIRD EDITION.

Llanfyllin:
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY R. PUGH,

AND SOLD BY
HOLDSWORTH, ST. PAUL'S CHURCH YARD, LONDON;
D. EVANS, STONY HILL, BRISTOL; EDDOWES,

SHREWSBURY; & L. E. JONES, CARNARVON.

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BORN LIBRARY RECOMMENDATORY PREFACE,

20 MAY 91 Tox "'!VERCY

BY

The Rev. GEORGE LEWIS, D. D.

TUTOR OF THE NORTH WALES ACADEMY.

THE Rev. THOMAS BROOKS, the Author of the following Treatise, was one of the Ministers ejected from the Church of England in the year 1662. He was a plain, affectionate Preacher of the Gospel; and his ministry was rendered eminently useful to many souls. His Publications were numerous ; and several of his works have been frequently reprinted. His Heaven upon Earth, The unsearchable Riches of Christ, Apples of Gold, The Crown and Glory of Christianity, and The Privy Key of Heaven, are some of the most considerable of his Works.

In the following Treatise the Author calls the ato tention of the Reader to a very important, but too much neglected Duty. To enlarge upon this Subject here would be nothing but detaining the Reader, who has now an opportunity of attending to what the Author states on the nature and importance of the Duty. May the present Edition be the means of exciting and encouraging every Reader, with humble boldness to approach the Throne of Grace.

G. LEWIS.

Llanfyllin, 20th Sept. 1820.

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