INTRODUCTION. Reflecting upon meditation itself.
MEDIT. 1. Of God, as incomprehensibly great.
2. Of God, to be seen in his creatures.
3. Of God; as the preserver of all.
4. Of God, as omniscient.
5. Of God, as our chief good.
6. Of the Trinity.
7. Of the God-head of Christ.
8. Of the incarnation of our blessed Saviour.
9. Of Redemption by our Lord Jesus Christ.
10. Of Christ crucified.
11. Of the blessed Spirit's inhabitation.
12. Of God's Spirit striving with man.
13. Of grieving the Spirit of God.
14. Of joy in the Holy Ghoft.
15. Of loving the Lord our God.
16. Of communion with God.
37. Of delighting in God's word.
18. Of boldness in our God.
19. Of God's favour to his people.
20. Of praising the Lord.
21. Of enmity against God.
22. Of reconciliation to God.
23. Of revolting from God.
24. Of turning to the Lord.
25. Of fearing the Lord.
26. Of trusting in the Lord.
27. Of the Providence of God.
28. Of the severe strokes of God's providence.
29. Of the usefulness of afflictions.
30. Of fübriitting to God's afflicting hand.
31. Of the danger of worldly prosperity.
32. Of the unsatisfactoriness of the creatures.
33. Of the vanities of the world.
34. Of the brevity of this life.
35. Of the certainty of dying.
36. Of the uncertain time of our death.
37. Of the warnings of our death.
38. Of death, as the object of fear.
39. Of the one thing needful.
- 40. Of not delaying the work of falvation.
41. Of the soul of man.
42. Of the future ftatė.