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848 GOD OUR FATHER.-OUR UNWILLING- NESS TO PLEASE HIM. - FORMS OF PRAYER. GREAT AND LITTLE SINS. -ALL SIN AN OFFENCE AGAINST GOD. - BENEFIT OF HABITUAL PRAYER. rilnE distinction between the personal nature of Faith, and the universal cha- racter of Charity, as it is exercised in prayer, is specifically exhibited in the two pronouns which stand at the head of the Creed and of the Lord's Prayer. We cannot exercise faith for another, and therefore can only say. I believe. But when we offer up our petitions, we address them to our Father, implying that He is the author, governors and supporter, not of ourselves only, but of