Preston - BV824_P73_1631_v1 - page 86

The
third
Sermon
:come home
laden,bringing fo
much
the
more:
So (for
the molt
part)
when our
prayers doe
flay
long
,
they
returne
with the
greater
bier
fings,they returne
loaden with
rich commodi-
ties.
Let this bee
an
encouragement
to
vs,
Though
I
flay
,
the
Lord
will
graunt
it
3
and
thinke
not with thy
felfe,
I
made
fuch
a
prayer
long
agoe,I
found
no
fruit
of
it;
for
be
fore, the
Lord remembreth
thy
prayer, though
thou
haft
forgotten
it, the
prayers
that thou
madeft
a
good
many yeares
agoe,
may
doe thee
good
many yeares
hence;
May
not
a
man
pray
to
haue
his
Child
fanEtified,
to
haue
him
brought
to
better order
It
may bee hee
liues
many
yeares,
and
fees
no fuch
thing,
yet
in
the end,
the
prayer
may bee
effetuali
:
So likewife
it
may
be
in
many
cafes, you
fee
there
are
many
examples
for
it
:
vlbraham prayed,
he
flayed
long,
but you
fee
it
was
a
great
biding
that
he
had
,
when
hee
prayed for
a
fonne,
you
know
what
a
fonne
he
was,he
was
a
forme
of
the pro-
mile,
in
whom
all
the
nations of
the
earth were
bleffed So
David
when
the Lord
promifed
him
a
kingdone,
he
flayed-long
for it
:
Many
fuch examples
there
are.
Therefore
comfort
thy
felfe
with
this
:
though.
I
flayöng,
this
is
my
hope
,
this
is
my-encouragement
that
fu-
flaines me,
If
I
fecke
the
i.ord,
and
waite
vpon
him, Hee
will
orne
with.
a
great
biefling,
the
gaine
(hall
bee heavier
6lnd
greater,
though
the
returne
be
not
fo.
cluicke
and
i
a
c).
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