And this Watchfulness must be unto Prayer, which is always to go with it ., for
except God keep the City, the Watchman voaketh in vain. Without the Aid and
Assistance of his Grace, all our Vigilance and Care will be to no purpose, which
Jesus said unto his Disciples, If ye love me, keep my Commandments : And I will
pray the Father, and he (ball give you another Comforter, that he may abide with
you for ever, even the Spirit of Truth ; whom the World cannot receive, because it
f reached unto you, See. ; ': WE are taught to pray this Day for such a Measure of
Divine Grace, that by running the way of God's Commandments, we may obtain
his graciops Promises, and be made Partakers of his Heavenly Treasure.
Jesus spake this Parable unto certain, which trusted in themselves that they were
righteous, and despised others : Two Men went up into the Temple to pray, the
one a Pharisee, and the other a Publican. The Pharisee flood and prayed thus ...
T?;ey went up to the Temple, but for what End ? Why, it was to pray: the next '
thing to be consider'd. Both the Pharisee and the Publican went to the fame Place
, and upon the fame Errand, to offer up their Prayers and Devotions unto God :
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