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JAN. 9. Jer. xxxi. 18, 19. Turn thou me, and

I shall be turned, &c. 10. Acts xi. 18. Then hath God also

granted repentance unto life. 11. Acts xvi. 31. Believe on the Lord Jesus

Christ, and thou shalt be saved. 12, 1 John iii. 23. This is his command

ment, that we should believe, &c. 13. Eph. ii. 8. Through faith ;—not of your

selves, it is the gift of God. 14. Heb. xii. 2. Looking unto Jesus, the

author and finisher of our faith. 15. Mark ix. 24. Lord, I believe; help thou

mine unbelief. 16. Luke xvii. 5. The apostles said unto the

Lord, Increase our faith. 17. Luke xxii. 32. I have prayed for thee,

that thy faith fail not. 18. 1 Pet. i. 5. Who are kept by the power

of God, through faith unto salvation. 19. Prov. iv. 7. Wisdom is the principal

thing: get wisdom and understanding. 20. Eph. v. 17. Be not unwise, but under

standing—the will of the Lord. 21. Prov. ii. 6. The Lord giveth wisdom,

knowledge, and understanding. 22. Jam. i. 5. If any lack wisdom, let him

ask of God,-and it shall be given him. 23. Eph. i. 17. May the Father give unto

you the spirit of wisdom, &c. 24. Phil. i. 9. That your love may abound

-in knowledge and in all judgment. 25. Col. i. 9. That ye might be filled with

the knowledge of his will, &c.

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JAN. 26. Ps. cxix. 34. Give me understanding,

and I shall keep thy law. 27. Ps. cxix. 125. Give me understanding,

that I may know thy testimonies. 28. 2 Chron. i. 10. Give me, now, wisdom

and knowledge, &c. 29. 1 Cor xvi. 13. Watch ye, stand fast in

the faith,—be strong.
30. 2 Thess; ii. 16, 17. May God-our Fa-
ther,stablish

you
in

every good
word and work.
31. 2 Cor. i. 21. He which stablisheth us-

in Christ-is God.

II. ENCOURAGEMENTS TO PRAYER.

Feb. 1. Ps. cxlv. 18. The Lord is nigh unto all

that call upon him in truth. 2. Ps. lxxxvi. 5. Plenteous in mercy unto

all them that call upon thee. 3. Prov. xv. 8. The prayer of the upright

is his delight. 4. Ps. I. 15. Call upon me in-trouble ; I

will deliver thee. 5. Jer. xxxiii. 2. I will answer and shew

thee-mighty things, which thou

knowest not. 6. Heb. X. 21, 22. Having a High Priest

over the house of God, let us draw

near.

7. Heb. iv. 16. Let us come boldly to the

throne of grace, that we may obtain

mercy, &c.

FEB. 8. John xvi. 23. Whatsoever ye ask the

Father in my name, he will give you. 9. John xvi. 24. Ask, and ye shall receive, . that

your joy may be full. 10. Luke xviii. i. Men ought always to

pray, and not to faint. 11. Matt. vii. 7, 8. For every one that ask

eth receiveth. 12. Acts ix. 11. Inquire-for-Saul :-be

hold he prayeth! 13. 2 Chron. xxxiii. 13. Manasseh-prayed

—and the Lord was entreated of him. 14. John iv. 10. Thou wouldst have asked,

—and he would have given thee living

water. 15. Jer. xxix. 12, 13. Ye shall pray unto

me, and I will hearken to you. 16. Ps. x. 17. Thou wilt prepare their heart,

and cause thine ear to hear. 17. Jam. v. 16. The effectual fervent prayer

of a righteous man availeth much. 18. Gen. xxxii. 28. As a prince hast thou

power with God, and with men. 19. Acts xii. 5. Prayer was made without

ceasing—unto God for him. 20. Neh. i. 11. Prosper—thy servant, and

grant him mercy in the sight of this

man. 21. Ps. cvi. 23. Moses stood-in the breach,

lest he should destroy them. 22. Exod. xxxii. 10. Let me alone,-that I

may consume them. 23. Is. Ixv. 24. While they are yet speaking

I will hear.

FEB. 24. Matt. ix. 38. Pray—the Lord of the har

vest, that he will send forth labourers. 25. Col. iv. 2. Continue in prayer, and watch

in the same, &c. 26. Phil. iv. 6, 7. In every thing_let your

requests be made known unto God. 27. Jam. iv. 2. Ye have not, because ye

ask not. 28. Eph. iii. 20. He is able to do exceeding

abundantly above all-we-ask, &c.

III. DOCTRINES PRACTICALLY STATED.

March 1. Eph. i. 4. He hath chosen us, that we

should be holy. 2. Rom. viii. 29. Predestinate to be con

formed to the image of his Son. 3. 1 Pet. i. 2. Elect,—through sanctifica

tion of the Spirit, unto obedience. 4. Tit. ii. 14. Who gave himself for us,

to purify unto himself a peculiar peo

ple, zealous of good works. 5. 1 Pet. ï. 24. Who bare our sins-that

we being dead to sins, should live

unto righteousness. 6. Eph. v. 25, 26. He gave himself for it,

that he might sanctify and cleanse it. 7. Gal. i. 4. Who gave himself for our

sins, to deliver us from this-evil

world. 8 2. Tim. i. 9. Who hath saved us, and

called us with a holy calling.

March 9. Eph. ii. 10. Created in Christ Jesus

unto good works. 10. 1 Pet. ii. 21. For even hereunto were

ye called.

11. Gal. ii. 19. I-am dead to the law,

that I might live unto God. 12. Rom. vii. 6. We are delivered from

the law-that we should serve in

newness of spirit. 13. Rom. vi. 2. How shall we, that are

dead to sin, live any longer therein? 14. Rom. vi. 14. Sin shall not have do

minion over you, for ye are not under

the law, but under grace. 15. Rom. vi. 22. Made free from sin, and

become servants unto God. 16. Gal. xv. 24. They that are Christ's

have crucified the flesh. 17. Ps. cxix. 45. I will walk at liberty, for

I seek thy precepts. 18. 2 Cor. v. 17. If any man be in Christ,

he is a new creature. 19. Rom. viii. 1. No condemnation to them

that are in Christ, who walk-after

the Spirit. 20. Jer. xxxii. 40. I will put my fear into

their heart, that they shall not depart

from me. 21. Heb. x. 16, 17. I will put my laws into

their hearts ;--their sins-will I re

member no more. 22. Ezek. xxxvi. 27. And I will put my

Spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes.

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