1 edition of Godly meditations upon the most holy sacrament of the Lords Supper found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|Chap. I. — Of the first Institution of this most Holy Sacrament of the Lords Supper 1 The First Meditation upon this blessed Institution 4 The Fruit of this Meditation 5 A Spiritual Soliloquy, or Meditation of the Soul with God upon these Meditations 5 Chap. II. — Of the Love of Christ shewed unto faithful Believers, in ordaining this most Holy Sacrament of the Lords Supper 6 The Second Meditation 8 The Fruit of this Meditation 9 A Spiritual Soliloquy upon this Meditation 10 Chap. III. — Of the great Excellency and Worthiness of this Sacrament 12 The Third Meditation 13 Further Considerations of this Heavenly Banquet 15 The Fruit of these Considerations 16 A Spiritual Soliloquy 16 Chap. IV. — Of the Wonderful Things of this Sacrament 19 The Fourth Meditation 21 The Fruit 22 The Spiritual Soliloquy 23 Chap. V. — The manifold Effects and Fruits of this Holy Sacrament in general 25 Chap. VI. — Of the most Principal Effects of this Sacrament in particular 27 The Fruits of this Sacrament 30 The Fifth Meditation 31 The Fruit of this Meditation 33 The Soliloquy 33 Chap. VII. — A Dialogue between Man and his Soul 35 Chap. VIII. — Of the principal Causes which may move us to come to this Holy Sacrament 36 The Sixth Meditation 37 The Fruit 38 The Soliloquy 38 Chap IX. — Of frequenting or receiving often the Holy Communion 41 The Seventh Meditation 43 The Fruit 45 The Soliloquy 45 Chap. X. — Of the Impediments which detain men from the blessed Sacrament 47 The Eighth Meditation 49 The Fruit 51 The Soliloquy 51 The Ninth Meditation — That to abstain from the Sacrament without just cause is an impediment unto our spiritual profit 53 Chap. XI. — A Conference between the Soul and Faith 56 Chap. XII. — Another Dialogue between the distressed Sinner and Faith 59 Chap. XIII.— A Spiritual Complaint of the Soul 60 Chap. XIV. — Of renouncing Dangerous Impediments, which hinder the worthy receiving of this Holy Sacrament 62 The Tenth Meditation 64 The Fruit 65 The Soliloquy 65 Chap. XV. — Of Preparing ourselves before we come to the most Holy Sacrament 67 The Eleventh Meditation 69 The Fruits of this Meditation 70 Chap. XVI. — A Form of Confessing our Sins, before we come to Receive the most Holy Sacrament 71 Another Form of Confession 74 Chap. XVII. — A Meditation of these words : Whence cometh this, that my Lord cometh unto me 76 Chap. XVIII. — A Meditation upon these words of the Centurion : Lord, I am not worthy, &c. 77 Chap. XIX. — A Meditation upon these words: But only say the word, &c 78 Chap. XX. — A Meditation upon these words : I will come and cure him 79 Soliloquy on these words : From whence cometh it 80 Chap. XXI. — A Meditation upon that which St. Paul teacheth in I Corinthians xi. 28 82 Chap. XXII. — A Meditation upon that of the Prodigal Son, when he was received of his Father 84 The Soliloquy upon this Preparation 84 Chap. XXIII. — A Meditation for the Day we are to Communicate 88 Chap. XXIV. — A Meditation upon the History of Zacchaeus 89 The Application of this History 90 The Fruit 91 The Soliloquy 91 Chap. XXV. — A Meditation upon these words: Today I must abide in thine house 94 Chap. XXVI. - A short form of Confession, to be made in Private before the Receiving of the Blessed Sacrament 95 Chap. XXVII. — An Admonition, moving Christians to reconcile themselves, and forgive their Enemies, before they come to be Partakers of the most Holy Sacrament of the Lords Supper 96 Chap. XXVIII. — Of the Manner in particular how the Faithful Communicant is to examine himself 105 Chap. XXIX. — Of Restitution to be made 110 Chap. XXX. — Other Rules concerning a Christians Examining himself before he come to the Holy Communion 113 Chap. XXXI. — Of Quietness of Mind before the Receiving of the Holy Communion 115 Chap. XXXII. — Pious Considerations before we come to the Lords Supper 117 Chap. XXXIII. — Of External Reverence, and Kneeling at the Time of Receiving the Holy Sacrament 119 Chap. XXXIV. — A Prayer to God the Father, to be said before the Holy Communion 123 Chap. XXXV. — A Prayer to God the Son, before the Holy Communion 124 A Prayer to God the Holy Ghost 126 Chap. XXXVI. — Of the Devout Man, to whom Christ in His Last Supper sheweth favour 127 The Fruit of this Meditation 128 The Soliloquy 129 Chap. XXXVII. — When you are about to Communicate, and are now Receiving the most Holy Eucharist, meditate upon these sayings of Holy Scripture 130 Chap. XXXVIII. — Of the great Esteem and Devotion given by the Ancient Fathers to this most Holy Sacrament 133 Chap. XXXIX. — A Form of Thanksgiving, after the Receiving of the most Holy Communion 134 Chap. XL. — Another Form of Thanksgiving 135 The Soliloquy 136 Chap. XLI. — The eleventh General Meditation, to be used after the Receiving of the blessed Sacrament 138 The Fruit of this Meditation 141 The Soliloquy 142 Chap. XLII. — Cautions to be observed of the Devout Christian after his Receiving the Holy Sacrament 144 Chap. XLIII. — Considerations concerning Newness of Life ; to be used after the Receiving of the Holy Communion 146 Chap. XLIV. — Remedies against Pride and Vain Glory 149 Chap. XLV. — Remedies against Covetousness 150 Chap, XLVI. — Remedies against Luxuriousness of Life 151 Chap. XLVII. — Remedies against Anger 152 Chap. XLVIII. — Remedies against Envy 153 Chap. XLIX. — Remedies against Gluttony 154 Chap. L. — Remedies against Sloth 155 Chap. LI. — The chiefest Figures of the most Holy Sacrament 156 Chap. LII. — Names of Excellence attributed unto the Holy Sacrament ; and gathered out of the writ- ings of the Ancient Fathers 165 Chap. LIII. — A short Meditation on these Names of Excellency 166 Chap. LIV. — Certain short Meditations upon the Passion : to be used before or after the Receiving of the Holy Communion 167 A Prayer upon the Passion 172 A Prayer of St. Augustine 173 Chap. LV. — The Twelfth Meditation, concerning the Spiritual Communion of Christ, when the Sacramental may not be had 177 Chap. LVI. — That this Holy Sacrament is given to the Sick as necessary for the time of the last agony 179 Chap. LVII. — What he ought to do who is upon short warning to Communicate, before he come to the Holy Table of the Lord 183 Chap. LVIII. — The manner of Communicating used by a certain Virgin 185 Chap. XLI. — Certain brief Questions and Answers concerning the blessed Sacrament 189 Chap. LX. — These few Observations should be observed by us before our access unto the Sacrament of the Lords Supper 190 Chap. LXI. — A Dialogue of the most Holy Communion between Mundanus and Spirituals ; a Worldly Man and a Spiritual Man 191 Chap. LXII. — Another Dialogue, wherein is discussed the Doctrine and Benefit of the blessed Sacrament 203 Chap. LXIII. — A Prayer before the Receiving of the Communion 205 Another Prayer before the Communion 206 A Thanksgiving after the Communion 207 Another Thanksgiving after the Communion 208 Ejaculatory, or short Prayers, to be used after the Receiving of the Holy Communion 208 Chap. LXIV. — Causes why the Daily Communion, or the celebration of the Lords Supper every Sabbath day, is not now in use, as it was in the Primitive Church 211 Chap. LXV. — An Exhortation unto the Holy Communion, moving every devout Christian to repair often unto the same 212 Chap. LXVI. — Of the Spiritual Hunger we have, or ought to have, often to Communicate ; and inducements unto the same 217 For the affecting of the Conscience, three things are principally to be thought upon in the very time of Communicating 218 Christian Considerations to be thought upon by every one of us, both before and after the Holy Communion 218 Chap. LXVII. — Devout Considerations to be used after the Receiving of the Holy Sacrament 220 Meditations accommodated to the several parts and Petitions contained in the Lords Prayer, which Prayer is wont to be prayed after our Receiving 221 Of the vigilant care that a Christian ought to have of not falling away from a good and godly course of life 223 A Prayer to obtain Perseverance 224 Chap. LXVIII. — Unto a fruitful Receiving the Holy Sacrament, three things are required 225 Chap. LXIX. — An Admonition to the Godly Reader concerning the Controversy about the Holy Eucharist, against sundry Reasons of Cardinal Bellarmine 227 The Peroration, or summing up by Prayer the Ad- monition about the Controversy 245 Chap. LXX. — Godly Meditations upon the Passion of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ ; necessary to be used before and after the Holy Communion 247 The Fruits of this Meditation 248 A Colloquy of the Soul with Christ, touching the Passion 249 CHAP. LXXI. — Of the manner in particular how to meditate on the Passion 251 Certain brief Petitions to follow the former Meditations 252 Chap. LXXII. — Godly Meditations upon the Divine Presence ; to stir us up to a continual care of walking in the ways of God, after our Receiving the Lords Supper 254 Chap. LXXIII. — How greatly this Exercise is commended in the Scriptures, and how special a care the Servant of God ought to place therein, being desirous to proceed in Godliness of Living 257 Chap. LXXIV. — Of the exceeding great Fruits of this Divine Exercise ; and first of all, of the Fruit of Pureness of Mind 264 Chap. LXXV. — How, by the Contemplation of the Divine Presence, Temptation may be overcome, and perseverance in Virtue attained 269 Chap. LXXVI. — How, by this Exercise of the Divine Presence, Stability of Heart, the Perfection of Virtues, and outward Cleanness are attained 272 Chap. LXXVII. — How this Exercise of the Divine Presence doth bring Spiritual Comfort 275 Chap. LXXVIII. — By what means this Gift of having God present in our Actions is to be had 277 Chap. LXXIX. — How this Exercise, and all other good and godly Actions, ought not to be deferred 280 A brief Form of commending oneself to God 284|
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