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Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus
On prayer

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XII. WE MUST BE FREE LIKEWISE FROM ALL MENTAL PERTURBATION,

Nor merely from anger, but altogether from all perturbation of mind, ought the exercise of prayer to be free, uttered from a spirit such as the Spirit unto whom it is sent. For a defiled spirit cannot be acknowledged by a holy Spirit, nor a sad by a joyful, nor a lettered by a free. No one grants reception to his adversary: no one grants admittance except to his compeer.




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