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Author: Thompson, Henry, fl. 1618.
Title: The soules alarum-bell. Wherein the sicke soule (through the horror of conscience) being awakened from security by the sight of sinne, hath recourse to God by meditation and prayer. By H. Thompson.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The soules alarum-bell. Wherein the sicke soule (through the horror of conscience) being awakened from security by the sight of sinne, hath recourse to God by meditation and prayer. By H. Thompson.
Thompson, Henry, fl. 1618.

At London: Printed by Io[hn] Beale, 1618.
Alternate titles: Soules alarum-bell. The second part.
Notes:
Dedication signed: Henry Thompson.
In two parts; signatures and pagination continuous.
Part two has a separate title page, with same imprint, reading: The soules alarum-bell. The second part. Containing diuers godly prayers, most fit to comfort the wounded consciences, who hope for saluation through the merits of Christ Iesus. By H. Thompson.
Both title pages engraved.
Some print faded and show-through; several pages marked, tightly bound and torn, with loss of print.
Reproduction of the original in the Sion College. Library.
Subject terms:
Conscience -- Early works to 1800.
Meditation -- Church of England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A13732.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE Sir Ivlivs Caesar Knight, one of his Maiesties most Honourable Priuie Counsell, Henry Thomp∣son wisheth increase of grace, and all spiri∣tuall gifts by Iesus Christ our Lord.
The Preface to the Reader.
theological lists
THE SOVLES Alarum-Bell.
CHAP. I. That GOD his beginning was without beginning, and is, and shall bee euer without end.
CHAP. II. What the Soule is.
CHAP. III. Of the Body.
CHAP. IIII.
CHAP. V. Of the force, the vse, and ne∣cessitie of Prayer, and the benefit which riseth therof.
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TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE, and my very good Lord, WILLIAM Lord Eurye, Baron of Malton, Hery Thompson wisheth all honour, grace, and spiritual gifts by Iesus Christ our Lord.
An Admonition to the zealous Reader concerning the most godly exercise of PRAYER.
THE SOVLES Alarum Bell. Wherein the sicke Soule (through the horror of con∣ience) being awikened from security by the sight of his sinne, hath re∣course to God by Prayer. The Second Part.
The way how to commend our selues to God in the Morning at our vprising.
A Prayer before wee set∣tle our selues to our De••tions.
A Morning Prayer.
Another Prayer for the Morning.
Another Morning Prayer.
A short Prayer for the Morning.
A Meditation to be vsed be∣fore thou gost to bed.
A Prayer for the Euening.
A Prayer for Night.
A Praier to GOD for grace, and to dspse the vanitie of the World.
A Prayer to GOD to defend vs from euill company, and our tongues from vtte∣ring ll words.
A Prayer to GOD for hi great goodnesse vnto Man.
A Prayer to GOD to delier vs from our ghostlie Enemies.
A Prayer to GOD dalie to be saide.
A Prayer to be vsed at all times.
A Prayer to bee daily saide vnto our Lord Iesus Christ.
A Prayer for the rmiss of sinnes.
A generall Prayer for all kind of sinnes.
A Prayer for Faith.
A Prayer vnto GOD that we may liue in his feare, and that he will turne his plagues from vs.
A Prayer for Seruants, with their dutie.
A Prayer for Children, and their dutie.
A Prayer against Whore∣dome.
A Prayer for a Woman with Childe.
A Thankesgiuing vnto GOD for their deliuerance.
A Prayer for a sicke Man.
A Prayer to be saide before the receiuing of the holy Communion.
A Thankesgiuing after the re∣ceiuing of the Communion.
A Prayer to be saide at the recei∣ing of the mysterie of Christs Bdie in the Com∣munion.
A Prayer to be saide at the recei∣uing of the mysterie of Christs bloud in the holy Com∣munion.
A Morning salutation to GOD for wisedome, for grace, and forgiuenesse of sinnes.
A Prayer for the King.
A deoute Prayer to our LORD.
A Prayer in temptation▪
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