|Author:||Smyth, Richard, preacher in Barnstaple, Devonshire.|
|Title:||Munition against mans misery and mortality. A treatice containing the most effectual remedies against the miserable state of man in this life, selected out of the chiefest both humane and divine authors; by Richard Smyth preacher of Gods word in Barstaple in Devonshire.|
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Munition against mans misery and mortality. A treatice containing the most effectual remedies against the miserable state of man in this life, selected out of the chiefest both humane and divine authors; by Richard Smyth preacher of Gods word in Barstaple in Devonshire.
Smyth, Richard, preacher in Barnstaple, Devonshire.
At Oxford: Printed by Joseph Barnes, 1612.
Reproduction of original in the Cambridge University Library.
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TO THE RIGHT WOR∣shipfull the Lady ELIZA∣BETH BASSET, his singular good Lady, RI∣CHARD SMYTH hartily wisheth all happinesse in Ie∣sus Christ.
THE CONTENTS of the severall Chapters.
The sinners counsell to his soule. A Sonnet of the Authors.
MVNITION AGAINST MANS MISERY, AND Mortalitie.
CHAP. 1. The vanity of all knowledge without the right knowledge of ourselues.
CHAP. 2. A generall consideration of mans miserie.
CHAP. 3. The gentils miserable ignoraunce of the true cause of mans miserie.
CHAP. 4. That as the Gentiles knewe not the true cause of mās misery so nether did they know the vtmost height of it.
CHAP. 5. That the Gentils being ignorant both of the cause and the greatnesse of mans misery, haue grossely erred in the true remedies a∣gainst the same.
CHAP. 6. That true religion revealed vnto vs by Gods worde only discovereth vnto vs the cause of our miserie.
CHAP. 7. The true remedies which Christian Reli∣gion affordeth against the first kind of mans miserie, that is, the evils of paine.
CHAP. 8. That the Christian religion only affordeth vs true remedy against the second kinde of e∣vils, that is the evils which wee doe, or our sinnes.
CHAP. 9 Consolations against certaine circumstan∣ces of sinne, namely long continuance there∣in, before our conversion; and relapse into it after our conversion.
CHAP. 10. Of the greatnesse of Gods mercie, where∣with the greatnesse of sinne hath no propor∣tion.
CHAP. 11. The Christians peculiar comfories against death and the terrours thereof.
CHAP. 12. Consolations against the terrours of the generall iudgement.
CHAP. 13. The ioies of heaven, and glorious state of the faithfull af∣ter death.