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Medi~.

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Sett.

j.

ojrhe dmyal ofjinfnl-folf, and firft ofCautioiiS,

page

1.21

Sec't.

4 .

Ofthe"'"''"" of denying our natural concupift_ence;

I2Z

~ect.

5

_

Of the manner of denying our perfonal

cormptt~lfs,

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.

..

1

~4

Sect.

6. Ofthe dmyal of our external Rel11tio'!s, Andfirjl of

Ct~utionSi

I

2~

Sed:. 7·

Ofthe manner ofdmying our externAl Relations,

.

Iz7

Sect. 8,

Ofthe dcn;yal of our fpcciAl Gifts, '!ndjirjlof C11utions,

i_:zg

Sed.

9·.

Of the uianmr of denying our

/P~~ial

Gifts.

.

.

.

130

Sect.

10.

Ofthcdenyalof•urworldlyp171jits;

t~ndfirftofC,.m>OnJ.

i3z

Sect.

I

1.

Ofthemam:er ofde11ying qur worldlyprofits.

,

i~~d.

Sect.

I2.

Ofrhedenjalofo!lrWorldlyplettfom; andfirfto[C,.uttons.

ljf

Sect.

13.

Ofthemannerofdenyingour

worldlypl~afum,

_

.. .

1 0

(j

Sect.

I4.

Of the deny"! ofour hoTJoHr,favour, prili{t,good name "mong men; "ndfi_rft

of Cautions

.

.Ip8

Sect.

I'

1 .

Of the manner of denjin$ our honour,

pr~tife,

f4voui-, good name ",;,?!'g

menl

139

Se(t

16:

R1des ho" to be.<r Reproaches for the N"me of Chrift;

.

14-i

Sed.

I'J.

Of the derryal of our very being, our lifef•r ]efiu Chrift, ..ndfirft ofp-

tions,

.

i+i

Sed.

18,

Ofthe mllmur

•I

denying our naturallife for ]efos Chr.ift.

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1+4

Sed.

1.

What lire the differences betwixtfaith andpride •fthe heart mfujftrings.i

1,8

Sed.

2.

Wherein ljes t he.power offaith to carry us through julferings,llnd de11th!.I4-9

Srd.

I9. Of the denylfl of Religious, gi-11czous, or renewed Self, andJirft of Clfu·

ti011s.

J~

I

Sect,

20,

Ofthe manner ofdenying DHr Religiius, gracioHs;

or

rinewed Self.

}b!d•

Chap.

6.

Sect.

l:of

the nature •f

Experi~nces:

:

._1

n

Sect.

2.

Ofih'egAth,ering ofExperienw:·

ibid.

Sect.

3.

Ofthe impr•ving of E;<perienw.

,

1$6

Sell.

4:

GfthefanElificatioll of E:rperimces in theirfevmtl ufes.

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.

..

f

S7

Sect.

5. The conJi4eration ofExperiences in" prttllic11l cour{t, or fome prttllica!

'/{Hles

to be obferved.

.

.

.

.

'lilt

~kd.

6.

The Exptriences ofa wu•k..Chriftilin, cllft into the Method propolmded,

·i'i5

3

y,

I,

Gods anger 11ndjxftice againflJinners.

ibid:

§.

2.

Gods loveto the Saints.

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.

164

§.

3.

Several chnftifementJ or ajflrfhom on my[elfand others.

I6S'

§.

Performances ofgraciow Promifes to my[elf ami others,

ibid.

§.

5. Thetemptations •fthe world en[nlfring,offin preva'iling,ofS.ttlln thi,.lint.ibid.

§.

6, Viflories of the world,

!~efts,

ttmptlltions,

corr~eptio1u

1

Sat/tn,

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66

§.

7· Obfervatiom ofGods Providence,

'r6y

y.

8.

The breathings of the Spirit in others and

mi

ownfoul.

ibid.

§.

9· The

withdr~wings

ofChriftfrom the Soul;

ibid.

y,

I

o.

DeceitJ ofthe Hfllrt

beg~eiling.

J6£i

Chap. 7-

Sed.

J.QF the nature ofEvidences.

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.a.

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h

h

.t

g

~e

...

.

2.

0

1

t egat ering ofEvidences;

ibid.

Sed. 3·

Ofthekeepingof Evidences.

z

74

Se~.4.

Ojtkeimprovingof Evidences.

.

z

7 6

~ea.

5· Ofthe

S~nflijication

ofEvidenres in their{tvtr11l ufes.

.

ibid;

Sect.

6- The Evtdencer ofa weali__unworthy Servant ofChrift, laid dow11'"tcording to

the Rules aforementioned.

1.8~

Chap.8.

Sect. r

·Qf

the nature and kjnds ofMediwioiJ.

Sect.

2,

The Ctrcumftanw•ls ofMedsration.

Sect.

OfOccajional Meditation,

'

·

Se,a,

4.

Of Deliberate

M

edit11tion Andthe plirti thmof.

Se(t, 5··

An

ex1111Jple ofthe Souls love to Chiift.

.

Sect. 6.

A.

•other Example of the Eternity ofhell.

Sed. 7.

.AI.vther e.-rample ofthe £ternity ofhrll-vtn:

181.

ibid.

183

I8)

ibid.

191

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