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1 1intro| INTRODUCTION.~The Spirit of God, and the Word of God, and 2 1intro| of God, and the Word of God, and the Reason of God-- 3 1intro| itself. For the new grace of God has renewed all things from 4 1intro| approved as the Spirit of God, and the Word of God, and 5 1intro| of God, and the Word of God, and the Reason of God: 6 1intro| of God, and the Reason of God: the Spirit, by which He 7 1intro| and hearing of Almighty God are present beneath roofs, 8 1intro| prayer, be it veneration of God or petition for man, but 9 2 | begins with a testimony to God, and with the reward of 10 2 | saying), we at once pray to God, and commend faith, whose 11 2 | power to be called sons of God." However, our Lord very 12 2 | very frequently proclaimed God as a Father to us; nay, 13 2 | Father," we also call Him "God." That appellation is one 14 2 | or word, we both honour God, together with His own, 15 3 | SECOND CLAUSE.~The name of "God the Father" had been published 16 3 | becoming for men to wish God well, as if there were any 17 3 | universally becoming for God to be blessed" in every 18 3 | Otherwise, when is the name of God not "holy," and "hallowed" 19 3 | hereafter to be raised unto God, and the function of future 20 3 | So far, for the glory of God. On the other hand, for 21 3 | others for whom the grace of God is still waiting; that we 22 4 | withstanding to prevent God's will being done, and we 23 4 | is the same, that in us God's will be done on earth, 24 4 | heavens. What, moreover, does God will, but that we should 25 4 | There is, too, that will of God which the Lord accomplished 26 4 | And we need the will of God, that we may be able to 27 4 | nothing of evil in the will of God; even if, proportionably 28 5 | that is. For when does God not reign, in whose hand 29 5 | pertains unto the will of God and unto our anxious expectation, 30 5 | age, when the kingdom of God, which we pray may arrive, 31 6 | is, after the "Name" of God, the "Will" of God, and 32 6 | Name" of God, the "Will" of God, and the "Kingdom" of God-- 33 6 | is the Word of the living God, who came down from the 34 7 | contemplating the liberality of God, we should likewise address 35 7 | demonstrated acceptable to God who desires it rather than 36 8 | characteristics of the devil. For God had commanded even Abraham 37 8 | of affection dearer than God. He Himself, when tempted 38 9 | discharged! The honour of God in the "Father;" the testimony 39 9 | Protection." What wonder? God alone could teach how he 40 11 | as far from the ears of God as we are from His precepts, 41 11 | that we go not up unto God's altar before we compose 42 11 | to approach the peace of God without peace? the remission 43 15 | left his cloak with Carpus! God, forsooth, would not hear 44 16 | under the eye of the living God, while the angel Of prayer 45 16 | unless we are upbraiding God that prayer has wearied 46 17 | more commend our prayers to God when we pray with modesty 47 17 | windpipes should we need! But God is the hearer not of the 48 17 | speechless one." Do the ears of God wait for sound? How, then, 49 19 | cancel a service devoted to God, or bind it more to God? 50 19 | God, or bind it more to God? Will not your Station be 51 19 | you have withal stood at God's altar? When the Lord's 52 19 | life--for we withal are God's military--of course no 53 22 | of the sex: if, that is, God gave to Eve, when she had 54 22 | men" angels revolted from God. Who then, would contend 55 22 | virgin has devoted herself to God. From that very moment she 56 22 | conceals for the sake of God, let her cover quite over. 57 22 | entrust to the knowledge of God alone that which the grace 58 22 | that which the grace of God effects in us, test we receive 59 22 | reward we hope for from God. Why do you denude before 60 22 | Why do you denude before God what you cover before men? 61 22 | self-devotion is a grace of God, and you have received it, " 62 22 | a good conscience before God, to damage their own fame. 63 23 | prostrate himself before God, at least in the first prayer 64 23 | and making satisfaction to God our Lord. Touching times 65 24 | began praying and singing to God") is not considered to have 66 24 | all, "made thanksgiving to God."~ 67 27 | extolling and honouring of God, aims unitedly to bring 68 28 | your hands?" What, then, God has required the Gospel 69 28 | in spirit and truth. For God is a Spirit, and accordingly 70 28 | proper and acceptable to God, which assuredly He has 71 28 | amid psalms and hymns, unto God's altar, to obtain for us 72 28 | obtain for us all things from God.~ 73 29 | OF PRAYER.~For what has God, who exacts it ever denied 74 29 | understanding what--for God's name's sake--she suffers. 75 29 | righteousness avers all God's anger, keeps bivouac on 76 29 | alone that which vanquishes God. But Christ has willed that


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