Robert Leighton on worship and the first four commandments

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As the Second Commandment concerns the solemn form of Divine worship, that it be not such as we devise, but such as Himself appoints; the Third, the qualification or manner of it, not vainly and profanely, but with holy reverence; the Fourth, the solemn time set apart for it, the sabbath; so, this First Precept aims at somewhat which is previous to all these.

Robert Leighton, An Exposition of the Ten Commandments (1701) in The Whole Works of the Most Reverend Father in God, Robert Leighton, D.D., Archbishop of Glasgow (2 vols, London: James Duncan, 1828), 2: 369.
 
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