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" He spake a parable to THIS END, that men ought always to pray and not to faint. "
An Epistle to Friends of Great Britain and Ireland - Page 5
by Mary Jesup - 1820 - 11 pages
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Eighteen Practical Sermons, Upon Interesting Subjects,

William Jabet - Sermons, English - 1787 - 319 pages
...jhall be given ; feek, and ye fttall find -, knock, and it jhall be opened unto you. And again he fpake a Parable to this End , that Men ought always to pray, and not to faint. There was in a City a "Judge, that feared not God, nor regarded Man -, and there 'was...
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A Complete Body of Doctrinal and Practical Divinity: Or, A System ..., Volume 3

John Gill - Theology, Doctrinal - 1796
...wrongly, Job xv. 4. or who discontinue it because they have not an immediate answer; our Lord ępoke a parable to this end. That men ought always to pray, and not to faint; to continue praying, and not be discouraged, because their prayers seem not to be heard...
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An Abridgement of Henry on Prayer: Consisting of a Judicious Collection of ...

Matthew Henry - Devotional literature - 1805 - 180 pages
...commanded us to pi.ay to him. " Thou shalt worship the Lord thy Cod, and him only shalt thou serve. And he spake a parable, to this end that men ought always to pray and not to faint. Pray without ceasing. Seek the Lord while he may be found, and call upon him while he...
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The Connecticut Evangelical Magazine: And Religious Intelligencer..., Volume 2

Christianity - 1809
...save thee." And by the prophet Hosca, — " wait on thy God continually." The Lord Jesus Christ, " spake a parable to this end, that men ought always to pray and not to faint." The Holy Spirit by the Apostle commands Christians to pray " always with all prayer...
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Posthumous letters [ed. by E. Sanderson].

William Huntington - 1815
...of dragons, and covered us with the shadow of death." If we faint here, our strength is small. " He spake a parable to this end, that men ought always to pray and not to faint." Obey this, and there is nothing in heaven or earth that can stand before you, except...
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A true relation of the holy war, made by king Shaddai upon Diabolus ...

John Bunyan - 1816
...reason of the parable of the unjust judge and the poor widow; namely, to encourage men to 'pray. "He spake a parable to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint;" and a most sweet parable for that purpose it is: For if through importunity a poor widow-...
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Sermons. Designed chiefly for the use of villages and families

Thornhill Kidd - 1817
...felt ; we should give him thanks. In one place we find this precept ; " Pray without ceasing." And our Lord spake a parable, " to this end that men ought always to pray, and not to faint." Now it is evident he did not mean that we should be constantly presenting petitions...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, Volume 4

1824
...only with a good name on earth, but with a glorious inheritance in heaven. T a. ON PRAYER. OUR Saviour spake a parable to this end, that men ought always to pray and not to faint. (Luke xviii.) A prayer to God is a petition to him for something which we want. Now we...
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Soul prosperity, or The closet companion

John Dennant - 1826
...lifeless, as if we expected no answer. Perseverance in prayer is essential to soul prosperity. Our Lord " spake a parable to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint." God's elect shall not cry unto him day and night without being graciously heard, and...
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The Christian Magazine, Volume 3

Theology - 1826
...agreeable to his will. Our Saviour taught this doctrine in the most plain and appropriate terms. " He spake a parable to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint." Ought is the most proper term to express duty or moral obligation. There is nothing...
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