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Se&. VII. The Second Tempta- - Strengths of Faith,
tion proper to the State of Sick- Se&. V. Of Repentance in the
-96Se&. VI. Rules for the Practice
by way of Consideration, 97 Means of exciting Contrition,
103 way of Prayer and Ejaculation,
110 A Prayer for Pardon of Sins, to
be said frequently in the time of
lution of the Decalogue , enu-
ded, and the Sins forbidden in
of Prayer and Ejaculation, 128 helping the Sick Man in making
cidents of his Sickness, i. ibid, Etice of Charity and Justice,
134 Sec. X? Acts of Charity, by way
136 which may also be used for
of Prayer and Ejaculation, to
of their Temptation, 1.11
Seå. II.“Rules for the Manner of Sect. Ví. Considerations against
Man's Confession of Sins and the Minister, in his Visitation
Sect. IV. Of ministring to the Re- Prayers to be said by the fur-
stitution and Pardon or Recon viving Friends, in behalf of
Se&. V. Of ministring to the Sick fatal Danger,
he is the Physician of Souls, 216 cerning the Contingencies and
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