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THE THIRD VOLUM E.
MEDITATIONS ON THE HOLY SACRAMENT
OF THE LORD'S LAST SUPPER.
Page CHAP. I. Man's being, to be employed in working: that working is
directed unto some good, which is God: that good a free and
5 Chap. II. Sacraments are earnests and shadows of our expected glory made unto the senses
7 Chap. III. Inferences of practice from the former observations 10 Chap. IV. Whence sacraments derive their value and being, namely, from the author that instituted them
13 Chap. V. Ipferences of practice from the Author of this sacrament. 15 Chap. VI. Of the circunıstances of the institution, namely, the time and place
19 Chap. vii. Of the matter of the Lord's Supper, bread and wine, with their analogy unto Christ
24 Chap. VIII. Practical inferences from the materials of the Lord's Supper
29 Chap. IX. Of the analogy and proportion between the holy actions
used by Christ in this Sacrament, and Christ himself who is
32 Chap. X. Of the fourth action, with the reasons why the Sacrament is to be eat and drunken
37 Chap. XI. Of other reasons, why the Sacrament is eaten and drunken,
and of the manner of our union and incorporation into Christ 42 Chap. XII. Inferences of practice from the consideration of the former actions
49 Chap. XIII. Of the two first ends or effects of the Sacrament,
namely, the exhibition of Christ to the Church, and the union of the Church to Christ. Of the real presence .
64 Chap. XIV. Of three other ends of this Holy Sacrament, the fel
lowship or union of the faithful, the obsignation of the Corenant of Grace, and the abrogation of the Passover
RIGHT REV. EDWARD REYNOLDS, D.D.
LORD BISHOP OF NORWICH;
Now first Collected,
WITH HIS FUNERAL SERMON, BY B. RIVELEY,
ONE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S CHAPLAINS.
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED
A MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF THE AUTHOR,
BY ALEXANDER CHALMERS, F.S.A.
IN SIX VOLUMES.
• Oportet Ecclesiasticum, quando suadet aliquid quod agendum est, non so-
Aug. de Doctrina Christiana, lib. 4. cap. 13.
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