|Author:||Perrott, James, Sir, 1571-1637.|
|Title:||An inuitation vnto prayer, and the practise of piety, directing the way to true happinesse. Wherein is principally to be considered, these foure things. 1. What prayer vnto God is. 2. The necessity of it. 3. The profit we receiue by this holy exercise. 4. The maner and vse of it.|
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An inuitation vnto prayer, and the practise of piety, directing the way to true happinesse. Wherein is principally to be considered, these foure things. 1. What prayer vnto God is. 2. The necessity of it. 3. The profit we receiue by this holy exercise. 4. The maner and vse of it.
Perrott, James, Sir, 1571-1637.
London: Printed by Isaac Jaggard for Robert Bird, and are to bee sold at his shop in Cheapside, at the signe of the Bible, 1624.
|Alternate titles:||Invitation unto prayer, and the practise of piety, directing the way to true happinesse.|
Anonymous. By Sir James Perrott.
Dedication signed: I.P. Knight.
A1 blank except for signature; page 118 misnumbered 120; 120-21 missing in number only.
Formerly STC 19324.
Some print show-through.
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Prayer -- Early works to 1800.
To my Honoura∣ble and Worthy Friends in Par∣liament.
AN INVITATION to Prayer, and the practise of Piety; dire∣cting the way to true Happinesse. With a preparation to the practise thereof.
CHAP. I. What Prayer vnto God is.
CAP. II. The Necessity of Prayer.
CAP. III. Of the profit of prayer.
CAP. IV. Of the manner of Prayer.
CAP. V. A preparation to prayer.
CAP. VI. An entrance to Prayer.
Short Admoniti∣ons concerning the premises.
A prayer for deuotion in prayer.
Morning prayer in a familie.
A Morning Prayer to be v∣sed in priuate.
A Prayer for the Euening in the Family.
A priuate Prayer for one go∣ing to bed.
Certaine Meditations, and short eiaculations of Prai∣ers, to bee vsed in the night.
A Prayer for deliuerance from temptati∣ons.
¶ A Prayer for patience, in time of wants and dis∣graces.
A Prayer in time of sicknesse.
A prayer for knowledge.
A prayer to be kept from all vncleannesse of our Lustes.
A Prayer before the hearing of the Word preached.
A Prayer after the hearing of a Sermon.
A Prayer before the recei∣uing of the Lords Supper.
A Prayer after the recei∣uing of the holy Com∣munion.
A prayer in the time of vn∣seasonable wea∣ther.
A Prayer to be vsed vvhen dearth and scarsity comes.
A Prayer in time of plague and pestilence.
A Prayer for increase and continuance of spirituall giftes and gra∣ces.
A Prayer to bee prepared for death.
A prayer to be vsed when death drawes neere.