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22 The Infirmities and Miseries of our present State,

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23 of placing all our Hope and Happiness in God,

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1924 A Thanksgiving for God's Mercies,

į 25 The things which make for Peace,

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| 26 A Prayer against Evil Thoughts,.

$ 27 A Prayer for Spiritual Illumination,

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fi 28 Against a busie inquisitive Temper,

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81 29 of lasting Peace, and true Goodness,

80 30 True Freedom of Mind,

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7 31 Self-Love the greatest Obstruction to Virtue and Happiness, 192

% 32 A Prayer for Purity of Heart, and Heavenly Wisdom, : 194

19 33 Hom a Christian ought to behave himself when Men Speak Evil of

1. him,

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34 How God ought to be addressed to in time of Adversity, · 197

i 35 How the Divine Alistance jhould be sought, and depended upon, 198

36 of seeking God alone,

37 Of Self-Denial,

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38 The Changeableness of our Temper, and how to fix it,

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39 The Happiness of them who love God, ;

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40 This Life a State of continual Temptation,

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41 Of Despising the vain Censures of Men,

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42 A Christian mujt devote himself entirely to God before he can be

happy,

43 How to govern One's self in the Affairs of the World, .. 220

44 Against too great Eagerness in Business,

45 In Man dwelleth no good thing,

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46 of despising Worldly Honour,

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47 Happiness is not to be had, by the Favour or Friendship of Men, 226

48 Against Vain, and Pompous Learning,

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49. Of Meddling with the World, as little as may bey -

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So Against a fond and easie Credulity,

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5. Of trusting in God, when Men speak Ill of us,

52 Nothing too much to suffer for Eternal Life,

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53 The joys of Eternity, and Miseries of this present Life, 1240

$4 Of the Defire of Eternal Life, and the Happiness of them who strive

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55. An Act of Refignation to God in time of Adversity,

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56 A Man must be contented wth meaner Acts of Virtue, when he is ina

disposed for greater,

- 57 A Man should think Correction, not Comfort, his due, 253

58 The Grace of God dwells not pith worldly-minded Men, 256

i 59 The different Motions of Nature and Grace,

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. Bo The Weakness of Corrupt Nature, and Eficacy of Divine Grace, 262

01 Self Denial enforced from Christ's Example,

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62 Against being deje&ted with Temptations, 63 Against Prying into Things too high for us, and pretending to Fathom the Depths of God and Providence,

270 64 God is all the Good Man's Hope and Confidence,

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Che Fourth Book.

Of the LORD'S Supper. Cháp.

Page If He Reverence due to this Holy Sacrament,

270 2 The Love of God to the Soul manifested in this Sacrament, 288 3 The Benefit of Communicating often,

-92 4 The Pleasures of Devout Communion,

295 $ The Dignity of the Sacrament, and Honour of the Priesthood, 300 6 An Ast of Preparation before the Sacrament,

303 7 Of Self-Examination,

- 304 8 Christ died for us, that we should live to Him,

307 9 An A&t of Self-Resignation,

309 jo The Sin and Mischief of Absenting from the Lord's Supper, · 311 ti The Benefit of Christ's Body, and Word,

317 12 Of Preparation to the Coininunion,

322 13 The Soul's Desire of Union with Christ,

325 14 An A&t of exciting Devotion by the Example of Others, . 327 is Grace is the Reward of Humility and Self-Denial,

329 16 A Prayer for Relief in our Wants and Spiritual Distresses, - 331 19 An A&T of Praise,

333 18 Against Nice Disputès concerning this Sacrament,

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MEDITATIONS and PRAYERS

for Sick Persons. Med. ITT Pon Sickness in general, the Author, Causes, and Ends of

2 Of the Power of God, and the Affections arising from thence, Dread ** of his Anger, and Trust in his Protection, 3 of the Justice of God: And the Penitential Sorrow resulting from 4 of the Wisdom and Goodness of God, 5. Upon Recovery from Sickness, 6 of Death,

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