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It is our Lords Prayer tis of his composing of his
appointing tis very compendious yet very comprehensive
in compassion to our praying infermities. The
matter is choice and necessary the method in [the native?]
and the expression very concise. It has much in a little
and it is requisite that we acquaint ourselves with
the sense and meaning of it for it is used acceptably
no farther than tis used understandingly
and without vain repetition.

The Lord's Prayer (as indeed every Prayer) is a
Letter sent from Earth to Heaven. Heres the inspiration
of the Letter the Person to whom it
is directed Our Father the place where in Heaven
the contents of it in several errands of requests
the close for thine is the Kingdom the real
Amen and if you will the date too this day.

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