Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Series I/Volume V/Concerning Man's Perfection in Righteousness/Chapter 26

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(25.) Hence the force of the statement: “There was no injustice in my hands, but my prayer was pure.”[1] For the purity of his prayer arose from this circumstance, that it was not improper for him to ask forgiveness in prayer, when he really bestowed forgiveness himself.


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  1. Job xvi. 18.