Matthew Henry’s “Method For Prayer”

Beg for the Forgiveness of What has been Amiss in your Prayers

Conclusion 6.2 | NASB

I may then beg for the forgiveness of what has been amiss in my prayers.

Lord, I have not prayed as I should: Romans 8:26(NASB) who is there who continually does good and never sins? Ecclesiastes 7:20(NASB) Even when I want to do good, evil is present in me, Romans 7:21(NASB) and if the willing is present in me, yet the doing of the good is not: For the good that I want, I do not do; Romans 7:18-19(NASB) so that You might justly refuse to listen, even though I multiply prayers. Isaiah 1:15(NASB) But I have a great High Priest, who takes away the iniquity of the holy things which the sons of Israel consecrate, with regard to all their holy gifts; Exodus 28:38(NASB) for his sake, take away all that iniquity from all your people, even all the iniquity of my holy things, and receive me graciously, Hosea 14:2(NASB) and love me freely, Hosea 14:4(NASB) and do not do with me according to my folly. Job 42:8(NASB)

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