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33他们说 :主阿 ,要我们的 眼睛 能看见!
33They say unto him, Lord, that our eyes may be opened.
33 Verse 33. That our eyes may be opened.] He who feels his own

sore, and the plague of his heart, has no great need of a prompter

in prayer. A hungry man can easily ask bread; he has no need to

go to a book to get expressions to state his wants in; his hunger

tells him he wants food, and he tells this to the person from whom

he expects relief. Helps to devotion, in all ordinary cases, may

be of great use; in extraordinary cases they can be of little

importance; the afflicted heart alone can tell its own sorrows,

with appropriate pleadings.

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