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Trifling Prayers

Verse 1.—“Give ear to my words, O Lord, consider my meditation.” It is certain that the greater part of men, as they babble out vain, languid, and inefficacious prayers, most unworthy the ear of the blessed God, so they seem in some degree to set a just estimate upon them, neither hoping for any success from them, nor indeed seeming to be at all solicitous about it, but committing them to the mind as vain words, which in truth they are.

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Our Creator 

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trees along da way

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