On forms and extemporary prayers (Alexander Porter Goudy)

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… [T]hough God has not prohibited the occasional use of forms, extemporaneous supplication is the mode which his Spirit recommends to the church.

Alexander Porter Goudy, ‘Discourse IV. Worship of the Presbyterian Church’ in Presbyterianism Defended, and the Arguments of Modern of Prelacy Examined and Refuted, in Four Discourses, by Ministers of the Synod of Ulster (Glasgow: William Collins, 1839), p. 223.
 
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