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'ment. 173–In the New,
174-Who shall rise, ibid.
How our Bodies should be
changed, 175-The Influence
this Belief ought to have upon

us, 176
Revelation supernatural, what,

219–Possible, ibid.— Neces
sary and expedient, 220-
Several kinds, 221- Col.
lected in the Scriptures, 225
-The Characters of it, 226

What may he learned from
them, 231-See Scriptures.
Riches, how to be employed,
103-When eagerly desired,
faulty, 309— The mischievous
Effects of them, 310
Rogation Days, why so called,
420_When established, and
the Piety of them, 421

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Sabbath-Day, how anciently

observed,15--See Lord's Day.
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper,
what Preparation necessary,
471-Who absolutely unfit,
472-Unworthiness in St.
Paul's Sense, and the Punish-
ment,what, 473-The Danger
of receiving no Argument
against it, 473–The Obliga.
tions to receive, 474–The
End and Design of it, 475
The Consecration of it, 476
- What implied in the Re-
membrance of Christ, ibid.-
How often we ought to re-
ceive, 477–Men of Business
not to be excused, 478
How we ought to receive, 479
- Church's Care to prevent
the Profanation of it, 480—
Frequency does not diminish
Reverence, 481-Advantages
of frequent Communion, 482

Sacrifice, Christian, what, 475

-Sacrilege, what, 493— The
Punishment of it, ibid.
Saints, what, 342–Howaccom-

modated to our Imitation, 344
Saturday, why observed by the

Jews, 12
Schism, what, 497—The Na.
ture of it is not altered by
Laws of Toleration, 498
Scriptures, to be read by all
Christians, 182—The Jews
and primitive Church prac-
tised it, 183– Their divine
Original, 184- Their Perfec-
tion and Perspicuity, 185–
How to be read to the best
Advantage, 469—Why men
are not influenced by them,
470-See Gospel-Inspiration.
Self-Denial, what, 195—How
represented in Scripture, 196
-Of indispensable Obliga-
tion, 197— The Reasonable.
ness of it, 198
Seventh Day, why observed, 12
Seventy, a distinct Order from

the Apostles, 432
Sickness, how to be borne, 414

- With Patience, 415 -
With trust in God, ibid.-
With Resignation, ibid. -
With Thankfulness, 416–
With Devotion, ibid.
Simeon and Anna have our
Saviour manifested to them,
119–What may be learned
from it, 120
St. Simon and St. Jude, 332-
What may be learned from

this Festival, 336 .
Simony, what, 494-Why so

called, ibid. The Punish-
ment of it, 495
Sincerity, as it respects God,
what, 303— As it respects
Man, ibid — The Method of
attaining it, ibid.

Sins of Commission, what, 502

-Of Omission, what, 503–
What implied in Christ's
saving us from Sin, 74-Ag.
gravations of Sin, what, 507
Partaking of other Men's
Sins, what, 114
Sitting at the Right Hand of
God, what, 201
Sorrow for Sin, how to be ex-

cited and expressed, 359, 375
Soul, what meant by it, 152–
Its Immortality, ibid.Proved
from Reason, 153. From
Scripture, 160—What Assur.
ance the Jews had of it,
159-Does not sleep till the
Resurrection, 161. The
Christian Evidence for it the
greatest, 162–The Effect it
ought to have upon us, 163.
See Immortality.
Star at our Saviour's Birth,

what, 99
St. Stephen, 62—What may be

learned from this Festival, 66
Stewards of God's Mysteries,
what meant by it, 455
Submission of a Christian, what,

Sufferings of Christ, what, 396

-Not the Torments of the
Damned, 398_Why he suf-
fered, 399-A Proof of his
being the Messias, 401-Ty.
pified under the Law, 402-
For the Cause of Religion,
when, 37—How good Men
are supported under them,
ibid. When we may expect
God's Assistance under them,
Suffering Christians what due

to them, 329
Supremacy of Sovereign Ma.

gistrates, what, 458
Subordination of Church Offi-
cers, whence, 432

Thanksgiving, what implied in

it, 18
St. Thomas the Apostle, 40-
Christians called by his Name,
where, 43 - What may be
learned from this Festival, 44
Time, why valuable, and how
to be employed, 96
Tithes due to the Clergy, 491
To submit to the Payment of
Tithes highly reasonable, ib.
Thoughts when sinful, 503–
Wandering Thoughts in Pray-

er considered, 426
Interpretationof Tongues,what,

180.-See Gift of Tongues,
Trinity Sunday, 250 --What
may be learned from the Ob-
servation of it, 254-The
Mystery of the Trinity, what,
253- No Contradiction, ibid.
Explications dangerous, 254

Vigils, why so called, 461-
Their Original, 462, 468–
Why all Festivals have them
not, 464-That of Easter,
how observed, 409, 410
Virgin Mary, her Offerings,
118 - Her Purification, 117
- Annunciation, 133 - The
Salutation, what, 134--How
she received it, 135—How
she expressed her Gratitude,
136—Why styled the Mo-
ther of God, 138– The Ever
Virgin, 139
Visions, what, 222
Union of Christians to Christ,
how, 141- The Advantages
of it, 142
Voice, what Sort of Revelation,


what they represent to us,

Word of God, how to be read
and heard, 469-Why Men
are not influenced by it, 470

Young Persons most concerned
in the Choice of their Com-
pany, 348How to be chose,
ibid.-Ill Effects of bad Com-
pany, ibid.

Watchfulness,what, 130_How
it foresees Dangers and avoids
them, ibid, 131-How it ena.
bles us to encounter them,
ibid. - The Necessity of it,
whence, 132
Whitsunday, why so called, 205

-Why one of the stated
Times for Baptism, 206–
What may he learned from

this Festival, 212
Whit-Monday, 218

Tuesday, 233
Wills and Testaments, when to

be made, 412
Wise Men of the East, who,

99-How they could guess
at our Saviour's Birth by the
Star, 100—Their Behaviour,
101 — Their Zeal and Cou-
rage, 102–Their Offerings,


Zeal, the Nature of it, 336-
How it becomes a Christian
Virtue, 337-When Crimi-
nal, ibid. What proper to
excite it, 338-How far it
extenuates a Fault, ibid.
How to be shown towards
Heretics and Schismatics, 339


Of the Prayers and Thanksgivings contained in

this Book.

Will of God on Earth, as it is
A PRAYER for Acceptance in Heaven, 323
with God, 123-For God's

Acceptance of our Prayers, A Profession of our Faith of the
187, 429, 482

Ascepsion, 205-A Thanks-

giving for the Ascension, 204

A Prayer for Assistance in Ad- A Prayer for God's Help and
versity, 38—For Grace to Assistance, 482-For God's
suffer as a Good Christian, 39 Direction, 132, 276,- See

See Submission, Adversity.

Bishops.-See Clergy.

A Prayer for the Protection of A Prayer for temporal Blesse
Angels, 322. For doing the ings, 429.

-For Priests, 393, 448–For
Deacons, 392, 446—For the
Discharge of our Duty to-
wards God's Ministers, 499

A Prayer for it in a mean Con-
dition, 297

A Prayer for it, 380

A Prayer for the Conversion of
Infidels and Heretics, 406-
For Conversion from Sin, 38,
149.- See Renovation

Prayers against it, 133, 311.

For Readiness to forsake all
for Christ, 297

Prayers for the Grace of Cha-
rity, 80, 265–For Charity
towards our Enemies, 70

Acts of Praise for his Incarna-

tion, 60, 142–Thanksgiving
for his being made Man, 61
-For his Birth 60-For his
Sufferings, 406-A Prayer
for Conformity to the End of
his coming into the World,
59—For the Benefit of his
Death, 142-For the Imita-
tion of his Example, 405

A Prayer for Stedfastness there-
in, 81-For the Propagation
of Christian Knowledge, 105
-For a Practice suitable to
our Christian Profession, 216

For the effectual Belief of
the Christian Religion, 249
A Thanksgiving for being a
Christian, 304

A Prayer for all Christians, 405

A Prayer for the Preservation
of the Church, 257-For the
Preservation of the true Faith
in the Church, 301–For the
Preservation of the Church
from false Teachers, 132-
For the Church's Persever-
ance in the Truth, 80-For
the Church under Persecu-
tion, 39 – A

· Thanksgiving

for the Deliverances of the
Church, 323

A Prayer for the Success of
God's Ministers, 31- That
they may rightly discharge
their holy Function, 393, 448
-For Bishops, 288, 461, 500

A Prayer for Strength against
them, 132

A Prayer for a happy Death,
418–For preparation for our
last End, 419-For Assistance
at the Hour of Death, ibid.

A Prayer for Charity towards
our Enemies, 70

A Prayer for a happy Eternity,

A Prayer for a serious Exami.
nation of our Lives, 509

Example. .
Prayers for the Imitation of
Christ's Example, 405, 509–
For the Imitation of the bless-
ed Virgin, 143--For the Imi-
tation of St. John the Baptist,
276_For the Imitation of
the Saints, 11, 198, 349
For following the Examples
of good Men departed, ibid.


381-For the Increase of A Prayer for a firm Faith, 46 Christian Virtues, 312-For For an effectual Faith, 47 Ability to live well, 15For Faith and Obedience, 46 For doing the Will of God - For a stedfast Faith in the on Earth as it is done in Holy Trinity, 256-For the Heaven, 323 · Preservation of true Faith in

Humility. the Church, 304–For re- Prayers for it, 90, 124, 313 moving the Obstacles of Be. lieving, 16 ,


Praise for the Incarnation of A Morning Prayer for a Fami- Christ, 60, 142-A Thanksly, 513_An Evening Prayer giving for Christ's being made for a Family, 517

Man, 61


A Prayer for the Conversion A Prayer for it, 361--For the of Infidels and Heretics, 406 divine Favour upon our Fast. ing, ibid. For Abstinence

: Judgment. and Mortification, 97

Prayers for Preparation for
Judgment, 31, 32-For avert-

ing Judgments, 430
A Prayer for the Love of God

Knowledge. and his Laws, 265–For the A Prayer for the Propagation faithful Service of God, 216 of Christian Knowledge, 105 -For Power to glorify God, . 90-For the Enjoyment of

Law. God, 104

A Prayer for a Christian Spirit, Grace.

when obliged to go to Law or A Prayer for the Assistance of prosecute, 266 Grace, 90- For the manifold

Lord's Day. Gifts of God, 265–For the A Prayer for the devout ObImprovement of Grace, 198 servation thereof, 19 For the Comforts of Grace,

Love. 369_For a right Use of the

Use of the Prayers for the Love of God, Means of Grace, 124.-See 330. 349_For the Love of Assistance, Holy Spirit. God and his Laws, 265-For

the Love of our Neighbour, 81 : Heavenly Mindedness. A Prayer for it, 204- For the

Martyrdom. Meditation of Heavenly A Prayer for the Grace of it, Things, 370

298 . Holy-Days.

Mortification. A Prayer for the right Obser

A Prayer for true Mortificavation of them, 10

tion, 97 – For Retirement

and Mortification, 276–For Holiness.

Abstinence and Mortification, A Prayer for true Holiness, 369

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