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    MEDITATION VIII.   Table of Contents     MEDITATION IX

Stewart, Maria.
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- MEDITATIONS
- MEDITATION VIII.
- PRAYER.

PRAYER.

O, thou sin-forgiving God, they that are whole need not a physician, but they that are sick. Lord, I am sick, and full of diseases. If than wilt, thou canst make me clean. Though my sins have been as scarlet, thou canst make them as wool; and though they be red like crimson, thou canst make them whiter than snow. Were

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it not that there is a sufficiency in thy blood to atone for the vilest, the view of my past sins and transgression would sink me in despair. But thou hast said, him that cometh to thee, thou wilt no wise cast out. Lord, I come, pleading alone the merits of up Redeemer; not only for myself do I plead, but for the whole race of mankind; especially for the benighted sons and daughters of Africa. Do thou loose their bonds, and let the oppressed go free. Bless thy churches throughout the world. Clothe they ministers with salvation, and cause thy saints to shout for joy. Grant that the time may soon come, that all may know thee from the rising of the sun unto the going down thereof. In an especial manner wilt thou look down upon the church to which I belong. Fire our souls with a only zeal for thy cause, and let us not rest at ease in Zion, whilst souls are perishing for the lack of knowledge. Wilt thou increase her number of such, and such only, as shall be saved. Bless our pastor with a double portion of thy Spirit. Encourage his heart, and strengthen him in the inward man, and may he see the work of the Lord prosper in his hands. And now, Lord, what wait I for Dispel every gloomy fear that pervades my mind, and enable me to hope in thy mercy, and to thee will I scribe praises everlasting.
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