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22 The Infirmities and Miseries of our present State,

172

23 Of Placing all our Hope and Happiness in God,

176

24 A Thanksgiving for God's Mercies,

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25 The Things which make for Peace,

183

26 A Prayer againft Evil Thoughts,

185

27 A Prayer for Spiritual Illumination,

186

28 Against a busy inquisitive Temper,

187

29 Of lafting Peace, and true Goodness,

188

30 True Freedom of Mind,

190

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

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

33 How a Chriftian ought to behave himself, when Men Speak Evil

of bim,

195

34 How God ought to be address'd to in Time of Adversity,

197

35 How the Divine Aliftance should be fought, and depended upon, 198

36 Of seeking God alone,

203

37. Of Self-Denial,

207

38 The Changeableness of our Temper, and how to fix it, 209

39 The Happiness of them who love God,

211

40 This Life a State of continual Temptation,

213

41 Of Defpifing the Vain Cenfures of Men,

215

42 A Chriftian muft devote himself entirely to God before he can be

happy,

218

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

44 Againft too great Eagerness in Business,

45 In Man dwelleth no good Thing,

223

46 Of despifing Worldly Honour,

225

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

48 Againft Vain and Pompous Learning,

227

49 Of Meddling with the World as little as may be,

230

50 Against a fond and easy Credulity,

231

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

234

52 Nothing too much to suffer for Eternal Life,

237

53 The Foys of Eternity, and Miseries of this present Life, 240

54 Of the Defire of Eternal Life, and the Happiness of them wko

ftrive manfully,

244

55 An Ad of Refignation to God in Time of Adversity, 248

56 A Man must be contented with meaner. Afts of Virtue, when he is

indisposed for greater,

57 A Man should think Correction, not Comfort, bis due,

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

250

59 The different Motions of Nature and Grace,

258

60 The Weakness of corrupt Nature, and Eficacy of Divine Grace, 262

1 Self-Denial enforced from Chrift's Example,

265

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