Robert Leighton on God’s glory as our highest end in prayer

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When reading something similar in Stephen Charnock, it struck me that most of our prayers are idolatrous because their chief end is not the glory of God. Robert Leighton, however, reminds as to why God's glory must be the highest end of our prayers:

He who is the beginning of all things, must likewise of necessity be the end of them all; and then are our intentions rightest and purest, when we are most possessed with the desire of that highest end, the glory of God, and look straightest unto it. ...

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