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I—TIMES OF PRAYER

ALWAYS. (Luke xviii. 1.)

Without ceasing. (1 Thes. v. 17.)

At all times. (Eph. vi. 18.)

Samuel among such as call upon His name.44Transferred from p. 4. of Edition of 1675. (Ps. xcix. 6.)

God forbid that I should sin against the Lord in ceasing to pray for you, and shewing you the good and the right way. (1 Sam. xii. 23.)

We will give ourselves continually to prayer and to the ministry of. the word. (Acts vi. 4.)

He kneeled upon his knees three times a day, and prayed and gave thanks before his God, as he did aforetime. (Dan. vi. 10.)

In the evening, and morning, and at noon day will I pray, and that instantly; and He shall hear my voice. (Ps. lv. 18.)

2

Seven times a day do I praise Thee. (Ps. cxix. 164.)

1. In the morning, a great while before day. (Mark i. 35.)

2. In the morning watch. (Ps. lxiii. 6.) (vid. also Ps. cxxx. 6.)

3. The third hour of the day. (Acts ii. 15.)

4. About the sixth hour. (Acts x. 9.)

5. The hour of prayer, the ninth. (Acts iii. 1.)

6. The eventide. (Gen. xxiv. 63.)

7. By night. (Ps. cxxxiv. 2.)

At midnight. (Ps. cxix. 62.)


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