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Author: Lucas, Richard, 1648-1715.
Title: Practical Christianity, or, An account of the holinesse which the Gospel enjoyns with the motives to it and the remedies it proposes against temptations, with a prayer concluding each distinct head.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Practical Christianity, or, An account of the holinesse which the Gospel enjoyns with the motives to it and the remedies it proposes against temptations, with a prayer concluding each distinct head.
Lucas, Richard, 1648-1715.

London: Printed by S. and B.G. for R. Pawlet, 1677.
Notes:
Attributed to Richard Lucas--Wing.
Reproduction of original in the Cambridge University Library.
Subject terms:
Holiness.
Devotional literature.
Christian life -- Meditations.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A49398.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE READER.
ERRATA.
THE CONTENTS.
Practical Christianity.
CHAP. I. Shewing the necessity of being Religi∣ous, because the Salvation of our Souls depends on it.
Sect. 1.
Sect. 2.
Sect. 3.
A Prayer reflecting on the pre∣cedent Discourse.
CHAP. II. Of the Nature of Christianity.
Sect. 1.
The Prayer.
CHAP. III. Of Christianity with respect to Practice, and that 1. In general, and 2. In particular.
Sect. 1.
The Prayer.
Sect. 2. Of doing Good.
The Prayer.
CHAP. IV. Of Chrictian practice in particular.
1. Of Faith.
The Prayer.
Section 2. Of Love. 1. Of God. 2. Of our Neigh∣bour. Of the Love of God.
The Prayer.
The Prayer.
Sect. 3. Of Temperance.
The Prayer.
Sect. 4. Of Humility.
The Prayer.
Sect. 5. Of Perfection.
The Prayer.
Practical Christianity. Part, II.
CHAP. I. Of the Motives which the Gospel proposes to Holiness.
The Prayer.
Of Hell.
The Prayer.
SECT. II. Of the second Motive to Holiness, i.e. the consideration of the Divine Na∣ture.
The Prayer.
SECT. III. Of the third Motive to Holiness; i.e. the Consideration of the whole History of the Son of God, Jesus Christ.
The Prayer.
SECT. IV. Cantaining the fourth Motive to Holi∣ness, i. e. the Consideration of the va∣nity of all those things which tempt us to sin.
SECT. V. Containing a fifth Motive to Holiness, from the Nature of Vertue and Vice.
The Prayer.
SECT. VI. Containing the sixth Motive to Holi∣ness, the assistance of the Divine Spirit.
The Prayer.
SECT. VII. Of the Gospel-Covenant, as it is a Mo∣tive to Holiness.
The Prayer.
Practical Christianity. Part. III. Of Temptations to Sin.
CHAP. I. Of Pleasure, consider'd as a Temptation.
The Prayer.
CHAP. II. Of Pain, consider'd as a Temptation to Sin.
The Prayer.
SECT. II. Of Real Evils, whereof some are una∣voidable, others only common to this life.
The Prayer.
CHAP. III. Of some other particular sorts of Temp∣tations.
The Prayer.
1. Of Baptism.
The Prayer.
Of the Lords Supper.
The Prayer.
Of Prayer.
The Prayer.
The Prayer.
The Conclusion.
The Prayer.
A Catalogue of Books printed for and sold by Robert Pawlet at the Sign of the Bible in Chancery Lane near Fleetstreet.