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Author: Inett, John, 1647-1717.
Title: A guide to repentance. Or, The character and behaviour of the devout Christian in retirement. Psal. 119. 54, 60. I called my own ways to remembrance, ... commandments. By John Inett, M.A. chanter and residentiary of the cathedral church of Lincoln.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A guide to repentance. Or, The character and behaviour of the devout Christian in retirement. Psal. 119. 54, 60. I called my own ways to remembrance, ... commandments. By John Inett, M.A. chanter and residentiary of the cathedral church of Lincoln.
Inett, John, 1647-1717.

London: printed for M. Wotton, at the Three Daggers in Fleetstreet, and T. Walker in Lincoln, 1692.
Alternate titles: Guide to repentance Character and behaviour of the devout Christian in retirementibrary.
Notes:
Frontis. = an engraving of a woman kneeling in devotion with imprint of M. Wotton, at the Three Daggers.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Repentance -- Early works to 1800.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A45865.0001.001

Contents
title page
frontispiece
To the Honourable Sir Richard Newdigate, Bar.
TO THE Christian Reader.
ADVERTISEMENT.
text
CHAP. I.
part 1
part 2
part 3
CHAP. II.
part 1
part 2
part 3
part 5
part 6
part 7
part 8
CHAP. II.
A Meditation on the Mercies of God, and his gracious promises to peni∣tent Sinners.
2. His first, or Morning Prayer, acknowledging God's Mercy, and imploring his assistance and ac∣ceptance.
3. A Confession of Sins.
4. A Penitential Litany, or short Prayers for Re∣pentance, Pardon and Grace.
5. A Prayer for Grace.
6. A Prayer for Faith.
7. A Prayer for Holiness.
8. A Prayer for due preparation for Death and Judgment.
9. The Penitent's Prayer of Re∣signation, or devoting himself to God.
10. A Prayer for the Church.
11. A Prayer for these Kingdoms.
12. A Prayer for the People of these Kingdoms.
Occasional Prayers to be added.
On Good-Friday.
Another Prayer for Good-Friday.
For Ash-Wednesday, or any other time of Lent.
For the Thirtieth of January.
For the Second of September, being the Fire of London.
For any Day of publick Fasting.
A Prayer before Receiving the Sacrament.
In the time of Sickness.
CHAP. IV.
1. His Reflections on Mortality and Death, and the danger of a late Repentance.
2. His Reflections on Judgment.
His Reflections on the Death and Sufferings of Christ, and the Love of God visible therein.
His Prayer for the Love of God.
His Litany or short Prayers.
A concluding Prayer, recommending himself to God, imploring his Par∣don, Favour, and Acceptance, and grace to live in his Fear and Love.
CHAP. V.
part 1
part 2
part 3
part 4
part 5
ERRATA.