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V : C O N T E N T S. THE WORTHY COMMUNICANT. PAG e The INTRoduction . - - - - - - - 3
OF THE NATURE, ExCELLENcies, Uses, AND INtENtion of the Holy sack A-
§ 1. Of the several apprehensions of men concerning it - - . 11 § 2. What it is which we receive in the holy sacrament - - . 14
§ 3. That in the sacrament of the Lord's supper there are represented and exhibited many great blessings, upon the special account of that sacred ministry; proved in general . - - - - . 24
$4. The blessings and graces of the holy sacrament enumerated and proved
particularly - - - - - - - . 32 $ 5. Practical conclusions from the preceding discourses - - . 44 $6. Devotions preparatory to this mystery . - - - . 51
Of our GENERAL PREPARAtion to the worthy Reception of the blessed sAcRAMENT, AND THE PARTICIPATION OF THE MYst ERIES.
§ 1. Of examination of ourselves in order to the holy communion . . 54 § 2. Of the examination of our desires - - - - . 58 § 3. Of our examination concerning remanent affections to sin - . 64
$4. Of examination of ourselves in the matter of our prayers, in order to a holy communion - - - - - - . 72
$5. Of preparatory examination of ourselves in some other instances . . 76
$6. Devotions to be used upon the days of our examination, relative to that duty - - - - - - - - . 82
OF FAITH, As it is A Necess ARY Disposition to the Blessed sack AMENT.
Of chARITY, PREPARAtoRY to the BLEssed sacra MENT.
OF REPENTANCE PRE PARAtoRY TO THE BLEssed sack AMENT.
Ye see then how that by works a man is justified, and not by faith only.
The Countess of Carbery's funeral sermon . - - - . 425
2 Sam. xiv. 14.
For we must needs die, and are as water spilt on the ground, which cannot be
gathered up again : neither doth God respect any person, yet doth He devise
means that His banished be not expelled from Him.