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322 ERRORS IN PRAYER, WHICH MAY 111N- DER ITS BEING ANSWERED. -THE PROUD MAN'S PRAYER.- THE PA- TIENT CHRISTIAN. - FALSE EXCUSES UNDER THE PRETENCE OF INABI- LITY. ALL desire the gifts of God, but they do not desire God. If we profess to love him, it is for our own sake : when shall we begin to love him for himself? Many who do not go the length of omitting prayer, but pray merely from custom, or education, frequently com- plain that they find no benefit from prayer ; others, that they experience not the support and comfort promised to it. May not those who thus complain, and who perhaps are far from being enemies to religion, find, on a serious examination