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68
The
third
Sermon
fee
what thoughts
he
hath,
what
petitions
heé
putteth
vp
fecretly,
even
then
when
his
mouth
fpeakes
not. And
left
that
fhould be
enough,
faith he,JIe
is
over
all;
you
know one
that
f}atids
on high,
and lookes
over
all
that
is
below,
bee
eafily can
fee
whatfoever
is
done;
So
the Lord,
he
is.in
all,
he
is
through
all,
he
is
over
all
.
But
this
is
enough
for
that,
only
I
would
haue
you
remember, that
bee
takes
notice
of
all,
bee
knowes
thy prayers.
But
you will
fay;
I
doubt not of that,
I make
no
queftion
but
he heares
me, and
vnderf}ands
the well
enough:
But
how
(hall I
know
that
he
is
willing
to grant he
You
fhall
fee
thefe
2
Reafons,
in
the
7.
Math..
where our
Saviour
vrgeth
this very
point, that
we haue
now
in
hand,
from
the
7.ver
fe
downe-
ward,
Aske
(faith he)
and
you
fball
haue,
Peke
and
you
(hall
find
knocke,
and
it
f
Ball
be
opened
veto
you;
here
is
the
promife; For(he
backs
it
with
thefe
2
Reafons)
Every
one
that
asketh
receiveth;
and
he
that
f
eketh,
findeth;
and
to
him
that
kn,oc.keth, it
fball
be
opened
veto
him: As
if
he
fhould
fay;
yee
haue
this reafon for it,.why you fhould
beleeue
it, that it
is
no
more but
aske & haue5
for
(faith
he)
all
that
ever asked haue
obtained;
all
that
ever haue
fought,ha3úe
foundall
that
ever
haue
knocked, it hath been opened
veto
them.
That
is,
looke
through the
whole
booke
of
God,
&
fee
what
paÿers,ever
haue
bin
male
to
him,&
you thall finde,
that
there
is
not
a
prayer
men-
tioned
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