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Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus
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1 1intro| Testament, a new form of prayer; for in this particular 2 1intro| by which He came. So the prayer composed by Christ has been 3 1intro| parts. In speech, by which prayer is enunciated, in spirit, 4 1intro| only the special duties of prayer, be it veneration of God 5 1intro| so that, in fact, in the Prayer is comprised an epitome 6 2 | II. THE FIRST CLAUSE.~The prayer begins with a testimony 7 5 | not been prescribed in the Prayer that we should ask for the 8 5 | come with all speed,--the prayer of Christians the confusion 9 6 | arranged the order of the prayer; so that after things heavenly-- 10 7 | conformity with this Form of Prayer, He saith, "Remit, and it 11 8 | completeness of so brief a prayer He added--in order that 12 8 | way rather to sleep than prayer. The final clause, therefore, 13 9 | acknowledgment of debts in the prayer for their "Forgiveness;" 14 9 | to. The religious rite of prayer therefore, ordained by Himself, 15 10 | OF OUR OWN TO THELORD'S PRAYER.~Since, however, the Lord, 16 10 | after delivering His Rule of Prayer, "Ask, and ye shall receive;" 17 11 | when, set in "the way" of prayer, we go not unto "the Father" 18 11 | either to pass a day without prayer, while you refuse to make 19 11 | perseverance in anger, to lose your prayer?~ 20 12 | mind, ought the exercise of prayer to be free, uttered from 21 13 | reason is there in going to prayer with hands indeed washed, 22 13 | about, taking water at every prayer, even when they are coming 23 14 | Lord's passion? even in prayer we confess to Christ.~ 24 15 | the custom of some to make prayer with cloaks doffed, for 25 15 | teach concerning the garb of prayer. would have comprehended 26 15 | any think that is was in prayer that Paul had left his cloak 27 16 | XVI. OF SITTING AFTER PRAYER.~Again, for the custom which 28 16 | some have of sitting when prayer is ended, I perceive no 29 16 | had, after finishing his prayer, not sat down on his bed, 30 16 | God, while the angel Of prayer is still standing by unless 31 16 | are upbraiding God that prayer has wearied us!~ 32 17 | How, then, could Jonah's prayer find way out unto heaven 33 18 | peace, which is the seal of prayer, after prayer made with 34 18 | the seal of prayer, after prayer made with brethren. But 35 18 | religious observance, our prayer ascends with more acceptability; 36 18 | touching. their own peace? What prayer is complete if divorced 37 18 | without peace? Whatever our prayer be, it will not be better 38 23 | mattter of kneeling also prayer is subject to diversity 39 23 | God, at least in the first prayer with which we enter on the 40 23 | moreover, and Stations, no prayer should be made without kneeling, 41 23 | Lord. Touching times of prayer nothing at all has been 42 24 | XXIV. OF PLACE FOR PRAYER.~But how" in every place," 43 25 | XXV. OF TIME FOR PRAYER.~Touching the time, however, 44 25 | parts of the house, for prayer's sake "at the sixth hour." 45 25 | bath, before interposing a prayer; for the refreshments and 46 26 | entered your house without prayer. " Have you seen," says 47 27 | PSALM.~The more diligent in prayer are wont to subjoin in their 48 27 | unitedly to bring Him enriched prayer as a choice victim.~ 49 28 | SPIRITUAL VICTIM, WHICH PRAYER IS.~For this is the spiritual 50 28 | spirit, sacrifice, in spirit, prayer,--a victim proper and acceptable 51 29 | XXIX. OF THE POWER OF PRAYER.~For what has God, who exacts 52 29 | exacts it ever denied to prayer coming from "spirit and 53 29 | and believe! Old-world prayer, indeed, used to free from 54 29 | amply operative is Christian prayer! It does not station the 55 29 | in days gone by, withal prayer used to call down plagues, 56 29 | showers. Now, however, the prayer of righteousness avers all 57 29 | extort the rains of heaven--(prayer) which was ante able to 58 29 | able to procure its fires? Prayer is alone that which vanquishes 59 29 | confirms the standing. Prayer is the wall of faith: her 60 29 | vigil. Under the arms of prayer guard we the standard of 61 29 | our General; await we in prayer the angel's trump. The angels, 62 29 | say somewhat to seem like prayer. What more then, touching 63 29 | touching the office of prayer? Even the Lord Himself prayed;


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