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    posture of the will

    I am translating a book into Chinese. Can anyone tell me what "posture of the will" means?

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    Re: posture of the will

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    I am translating a book into Chinese. Can anyone tell me what "posture of the will" means?
    It doesn't mean anything to me.

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    Re: posture of the will

    There's another element present in triplet praying -- and in many other times of group or personal prayer. It's the posture of the will. The attitude that predominates in our basic Christianity gets reflected in the attitude we have to prayer and to the disposition of the will.
    What does the red sentence mean?

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