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Excerpt from The Heart's Ease, or a Remedy Against All Troubles: With a Consolatory Discourse, Particularly Directed to Those Who Have Lost Their Friends and Dear Relations
Which submissive address of his to God, puts me in mind of some general rules laid down at the latter end of the first treatise, which it would have pleased you, perhaps, if they had been more enlarged. I shall take leave, therefore, to extend this Preface a little further; that if it be possible, I may not let you want any thing which you may chance to desire.
And for direction of your prayers to God in these cases, be sure first to observe the cause of all your trouble, the fountain which casts forth the mire and dirt into your souls. When we know the cause of a malady, it is half cured. And seeing this cause, you will find to be within yourselves therefore, secondly, Pray not so much against trouble, as the cause of the trouble.
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