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tion. II. For the Sick. III. For
The TWENTY-FIFTII EDITION, Corrected.
LONGMAN AND CO.; R. BALDWIN; SCATCHERD)
THE Glory of God, and the Good of 1 Souls, have been the only inducements for publishing the following Devotions : It is hoped they will, in some Measure, answer those Ends, and as the good Christian in the Discharge of the great and important Duty of Prayer.
In the Devotions for private Perfons, there are Morning and Evening Prayers for every Day of the Week, to wbich are added Prayers for any intermediate Time of the Day. This was done without any inten'tion of prescribing to any one ; and was chiefly designed as a Means to furnish the devout Christian with Variety of proper Petitions and Expressions, wherein to lay open his Wants before God; and that by making Use of the Prayers in such a Method, as the Whole may be gone over in fome sort space of Time, he might be instrućted in, and re. minded of several important Duties of a Christian Life. But after all, every one is left to his own Difcretion, to choose, add,