The daily practice of devotion, or, The hours of prayer fitted to the main uses of a Christian life also lamentations and prayers for the peaceful re-settlement of this church and state / by the late pious and reverend H.H., D.D.

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The daily practice of devotion, or, The hours of prayer fitted to the main uses of a Christian life also lamentations and prayers for the peaceful re-settlement of this church and state / by the late pious and reverend H.H., D.D.
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Hammond, Henry, 1605-1660.
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London :: Printed for R. Royston ...,
1684.
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Devotional exercises.
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"The daily practice of devotion, or, The hours of prayer fitted to the main uses of a Christian life also lamentations and prayers for the peaceful re-settlement of this church and state / by the late pious and reverend H.H., D.D." In the digital collection Early English Books Online. https://name.umdl.umich.edu/A45408.0001.001. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed May 23, 2024.

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An Hymn.

O Lord, who didst not despise nor forsake Man trans∣gressing thy commandment and falling:

But as a tender-bowell'd Father didst visit him sundry ways;

Giving him that great and preci∣ous Promise concerning the Blessed quickning Seed.

Opening unto him a door of Faith and Repentance unto life:

And in the fulness of time sending the same Christ to take the Seed of Abraham:

And by the oblation of his life to fulfill the obedience of the Law,

And by the sacrifice of his Death to take away the curse thereof,

By his death to redeem the World,

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And by his Resurrection to quick∣en the same.

Who didst all things to this end, to bring back Mankind to thee, that he might be partaker of the Divine Nature, and Eternal Glory.

Who diddest attest the Truth of thy Gospel,

By many and manifold Miracles,

By the ever-memorable Conver∣sation of thy Saints,

By their supernatural patience under torments,

By the most wonderful Conversi∣on of the whole World unto the Obe∣dience of Faith, without Strength, Rhetorick or Force.

Blessed, praised, and hallowed be thy Name, the Mention and Me∣mory, and all the Monuments there∣of, both now and for ever. Amen.

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