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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After the Sacrament.

LOrd, what is Man that thou art mindful of him, or the Son of man that thou visitest him? Psal. 144. 3.

What is thy Servant, that thou shouldest look upon such a dead dog as I? 2 Sam. 9. 8.

The Dogs eat of the crums that fall from their Masters Table; but thou hast fed me with the Bread of thy Children, and given me to drink of thine own Cup.

Thou hast fed me in a green pasture, and leadest me forth be∣side the waters of comfort, Psal. 23. 2.

O taste and see how gracious the Lord is: Blessed is the man

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that trusteth in him. Psal. 34. 8.

What reward shall I render un∣to the Lord for all his benefits to∣ward me; Psal. 116. 12.

Lord, I offer up unto thee my self, my Soul and Body, and all that I am and have, beseeching thee graciously to receive me for thy servant, to dwell in thy House, and praise thy Name for ever∣more, Psal. 84. 4.

Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Sabaoth,

THou art worthy, O Lord, to receive Glory, and Ho∣nour, and Power; For thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were crea∣ted, Rev. 4. 11.

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Thou art worthy to take the Book, and to open the Seals thereof for thou hast slain, and hast redeemed us to our God, out of every Kindred, and Tongue, and people, and Nation; and hast made us unto our God Kings and Priests, Revel. . 9.

Salvation to our God, which sitteth upon the Throne, and to the Lamb. Amen.

Blessing, and Glory, and Wis∣dom, and Thanksgiving, and Honour, and Power, and Might, be unto God for ever and ever. Amen. Rev. 7. 10, 12.

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