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Author: Gibson, Thomas, M.A.
Title: Meditations vpon the hundred and sixteene psalme very profitable for all Chrisitians. With an application to the present times, shewing the true vse of our late deliuerance. By Thomas Gibson Minister.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Meditations vpon the hundred and sixteene psalme very profitable for all Chrisitians. With an application to the present times, shewing the true vse of our late deliuerance. By Thomas Gibson Minister.
Gibson, Thomas, M.A.

At London: Printed by Valentine Sims, 1607.
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Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- O.T. -- Psalms CXVI -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- History -- James I, 1603-1625 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A01705.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HO∣nourable, his singular good Lord, the Lord HARINGTON, Baron of Exton. And to the right Honourable, the Lady HARINGTON, his wife, my very good Lady: Thomas Gib∣son wisheth all true felicitie, continu∣ance in health, and increase of Honour, and graces eternall.
¶ Meditations vpon the hundred and sixteene Psalme.
verses 1-11
commentary
verses 12-19
commentary
An Application to the present times, Shewing The treacherie of Popish religion, and the right vse of our late Deliuerance.
part 1
Of the great dangers we were in of late by our cruell aduersaries. Section I.
Of the Papists vnthankefulnesse, requiting euill for good. Sect. II.
How horrible a sinne it is to murther any, much more Princes. Section, III.
That Papists and other persecuters, are like Hunters and Fishers. Sect. IIII.
Of the miserable end of Traitors. Section V.
¶ That the Popes curse is vniust. That he himselfe and all his adherents are cursed. Section VI.
How popish Priests and Iesuites accuse one another. Sect. VII.
Against rash athes and vowes. Sect. VIII.
Against toleration of Religion. Sect. IX.
¶ The iust iudgement of God vpon Papists, with an ex∣hortation to repent. Sect. X.
The second part of the Application.
¶ Our great deliuerance of late. Section XI.
Our former vnthankefulnes, and other sinnes. Sect. XII.
The third part.
¶ Of the vses of this deliuerance. Section XIII.
A greater care to suppresse Popery hereafter. Sect. XIIII. Vse II.
Of the perfection of the Gospell against ppishraditions. Sect. XV.
An answere to such reasons as are alleadged for the defence of rebellion. Sect. XVI.
That Kings are to be obeyed onely in the Lord, but in no case to be resisted. Sect. XVII.
Against perfidie, and periurie to Princes. Sect. XVIII.
That Papists be put to death with vs for treason, not religion. Sect. XIX.
That the Pope is opposite to Christ, and very like the diuell. Sect. XX.
Sundry conclusions, from the opinions and practises of Papists. Sect. XXI.
The best meanes how to suppresse Popery. Sect. XXII.
True Obedience. Sect. XXIII. III. Ʋse.
A heartie loue to the friends of the Gospel. Sect. XXIIII. IIII. Vse.
To trust confidently in God hereafter. Sect. XXV. Ʋse V.
Greater loue to God. Sect. XXVI. Vse. VI.
Continuall prayers and thanksgiuing. Sect. XXVII. Vse VII.
That we may reioyce for the ouerthrowe of the wicked. Sect. XXVIII. Vse VIII.
Praier for Gods fauour in time to come. Sect. XXIX. Last Vse.
Some speciall things required in praier. Sect. XXX.