A meditation upon the Lord's prayer, written by the kings maiestie for the benefit of all his subjects, especially of such as follow the court

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B. Norton and I. Bill, 1619 - Lord's prayer
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Page 118 - Mam by his fall, loft his free will,both to himfelfe and all his pofterity,' fo as the beft of vs all hath not one good thought in him , except it come from God ; who drawes by his effeduall .grace , out of ihat attainted and corrupt mafic, whom hee pleafeth , for the *RO.,.,I.
Page 3 - Sdfo mm fayes , but prayer is barred at no time , if a mans zeale kindle his heart , and difpofe his thoughts vnto it.
Page 5 - And if euer this dodhine wasneedfullinanyase, it is n.- r & molt in ours : for now our * inthisage zeale to prayer is quite dried vp and cooled, and turned to 'pratling...

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