Preston - BV824_P73_1631_v1 - page 76

The
third
Sermon
here
in
the
lame
Chap.
i
6.
Jahn
i
3
.
In
that
day
you
(hall
aske
in
my
name:
verily, verily,
l
fay
vnto
yon,
yee
f
hall
aske
thefeather
in
my
name,
and
he
will
glue
it
youu
;
It
is
brought
in
vpon this
occafi-
on:
when our Saviour
Chrifl
was
to
goe
from
his
Disciples,
they
were ready
to complaine,
as
we
fee
in the
verfes
before,
they,were ready
to
fay
with
thernfelues,
alas,
what
(hall
we
doe
when
our
Maifler
f'hall
bee
tooke from
our
head
'
Our
Saviour anrwers them
,
you
(hall
doe
well énough
doubt
you
not for
though
I
be not with you
;
yet (faith hee) goe
to
the
fa-
ther
in
my name
and
whatfoever you
aske
of
him,you
(hall
haue
it: So
that
he answers
this
objetion,
when
a man
is
ready
to
fay.
Its true
, I
know
that
a
father
is
exceeding
loving
to
his
Children:
But
it
may
be,
my
car-
riage
hath not
beene fuck, I
am full
of
infirmi-
ties,
i
haue
much
in
me
that
may
turné the
loue
and
affection
of
my
father
from
me.
Anfv.
Put the
cafe
you
haue,
yet
Chrifl
adds
this
for
your comfort
;
If
(faith he) the father
will
not doe
it for your
fake,
yet doubt
you
not,
if
you
aske
in
my name, hee
will doe
it;
doe
wee
not
fee
it
vfuall
among men,
That
one
that
is
a
meere
firanger
to
another
,
if
hee
get
a
letter
from
a
friend,
hee thinkes
to
prevaile; and
hee
doth
fo,
becaufe
though
it
be
not done
for
his
fake
(it may
bee
hee
is
a
ftranger,
one
that
de-
ferved
nothing
at his
hands) yet
filch a
friend
may deferue much:
And
when
we goe
to God
in
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