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Mrs. Veal's apparition to Mrs. Bar grave after death, '• - 7

TABLE OF THE CHAPTERS OF THIS BOOK.

I. That there is nothing more dreadful than death to such

as have no hope in God, « 21

II. That in all the Heathen philosophy there are no solid

or true comforts against the fears and apprehensions

of death, • • •' • 27

III. Of divers sorts of death with which are to encounter, 36

IV. That Jesus Christ our Lord hath redeemed us from

eternal death, and by degrees rescues us from a spi-
ritual death, 41

V. Why we are yet subjected to the corporeal or natural

death, and what advantage we tlureby receive in
Jesus Christ, • 46

VI. From whence proceed the fears of death, • • • • 62

VII. The first remedy against the fears of death is, to

meditate upon it, 70

VIII. The second remedy against the fears cf death is, to
expect it every moment, Si

IX. The third remedy against the fears of death is, to

consider that God hath appointed the time and
manner of our death, 89

X. The fourth remedy against the fears of death is, to

disengage our hearts from the world, • - • 120

XI. The fifth remedy against the fears of death is, to

forsake vice, and apply ourselves to the practice of
piety and sanclification, 147

XII. The sixth remedy against the fears of death is, to
repose ourselves upon God's providence, 214

XIII. The first consolation against the fears of death is,
God will not forsake us in our grievous agonies, 243

XIV. The second consolation against the fears of death
is, to look upon God as a merciful Father, and to
trust on his infinite goodness, 2/3

XV. The third consolation against the fears of death is,

to meditate continually upon the death and suffer-
ings of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to trust upon
thu merits of his cross, - • 289

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XVI. The fourth consolation against the fears of death is, to meditate often upon the Lord Jems Christ in

hit sepulchre, 30S

XVII. The fifth consvlilian against the fears of death is, td.meditale upon the resurrection of our Lord, 31*

XVIII. The sitth connotation against the fears of death is, the ascension of-Jesus Christ into heaven, and his sitting at the right hand of God, 318

XIX. The seventh consolation again -f the fears of death is, our strict and inseparable union with Jesus Christ by the means of his holy Spirit, and the

fruits of his blessed immortality, 329

XX. The eighth consolation against the fears of death is, to consider that it delivers us from all temporal ecils that wc daily suffer, 347

XXI.' The ninth consolation; death shall deliver us from sin, which n'f may see reigning in the world, and from - the remains of our corruption, 3(Jo

XXII. The tenth consolation is, the glory and happiness

of our souls-after their departure out of the body, 377

XXIII. The eleventh consolation; the resurrection of our bodies, • 404

XXIV. The twelfth consolation; thedestrttction'of death, and the eternal and most blessed life, which we shall enjoy both in soul and body after our resurrection, 449

g3*Tbe Meditations and Prayers at the end of each Chapter.

An account of some remarkable passages relating to Mr.

Drelincourt, 531

The duty and importance of inculcating religious principles among tht common people of these nations, 53§

General observations on the redemption of mankind by

Jesus Christ, • • • •» 543

Two Letters on the spiritual manifestation of (he Son of

God, 55S

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FINIS.

Liverpool; Friatcd by NuttaU, Fisher, aDd Dixon.

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