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The Second Book.
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19 of cafting our Care upon God,
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,
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,
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,