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Author: Nieremberg, Juan Eusebio, 1595-1658.
Title: Of adoration in spirit and truth written in IV. bookes by Iohn Eusebius Nieremberg native of Madrid. S.I. And translated into English by R. S S.I. In which is disclosed the pith & marrow of a spiritual life, of Christs imitation & mystical theology; extracted out of the HH. FF. & greatest masters of spirit Diadochus, Dorotheus, Clymachus, Rusbrochius Suso, Thaulerus, a Kempis, Gerson: & not a little both pious & effectual is superadded.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Of adoration in spirit and truth written in IV. bookes by Iohn Eusebius Nieremberg native of Madrid. S.I. And translated into English by R. S S.I. In which is disclosed the pith & marrow of a spiritual life, of Christs imitation & mystical theology; extracted out of the HH. FF. & greatest masters of spirit Diadochus, Dorotheus, Clymachus, Rusbrochius Suso, Thaulerus, a Kempis, Gerson: & not a little both pious & effectual is superadded.
Nieremberg, Juan Eusebio, 1595-1658., Strange, Richard, 1611-1682,

[St. Omer: s.n.], Printed anno M. DC. LXXIII. [1673]
Alternate titles: De adoratione in spiritu et veritate. English.
Notes:
A translation, by Richard [or Robert?] Strange, of : Nieremberg, Juan Eusebio. De adoratione in spiritu et veritate.
Place of publication from Wing.
Pages 447-8 repeated in numbering only.
Dummy Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
Devotional exercises -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A52343.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Translatour to the Reader.
The Division of this Work.
OF ADORATION IN SPIRIT AND TRVTH
THE I. BOOK.
THE FIRST CHAPTER
The II. Chapter. Of the Truth of the Spirit.
The III. Chapter. Of Purity of Spirit.
The IV Chapter. How Truth is made manifest by faith: and of the fruit and practise of this vertue.
The V. Chapter. Of the hope of pardon, and zeal of pennance.
The VI. Chapter. The model of a sinner is set before our eyes.
The VII. Chapter. The second part of the Parable: and how we must use creatures.
The VIII. Chapter. The affections of a true Penitent.
The IX. Chapter. Of the ardent desire of those that desire God.
The X. Chapter. Of contemning and relinquishing the world.
The XI. Chapter. How Peace is to be obtained.
The XII. Chapter. Of the excellency of one that is in the state of grace.
The XIII. Chapter. How Penances and Corporal afflictions help us.
The XIV. Chapter. That too much love of our flesh hinders the spirit.
The XV. Chapter. Of the loss of temporal things.
The XVI. Chapter. How profitable temptations are.
The XVII. Chapter. That we must fear God and hope in him.
The XVIII. Chapter. That we cannot but suffer something and of the good of patience.
OF ADORATION IN SPIRIT AND TRVTH. THE II. BOOK.
THE FIRST CHAPTER. Of diligence in Prayer.
The II. Chapter. That we must not intermit our practise of prayer.
The III. Chapter. How efficacious the grace and favours of Christ are.
The IV. Chapter. How devoutly we ought to be affected towards the most B. Virgin Mary.
The V. Chapter. That we must imitate Christ, and of the sorrow and suffering of his most B. Hart.
The VI. Chapter. How far we are to follow Christ.
The VII. Chapter. That necessities and afflictions sent by God are to be born patiently.
The VIII. Chapter. How purity of body helps the spirit.
The IX. Chapter. That our practise of mortification must be continual.
The X. Chapter. Of the sufficiency and good of Poverty.
The XI. Chapter. That Patience is necessary in all occasions.
The XII. Chapter. VVhat a great good it is to be subject to another.
The XIII. Chapter. How great harme proceeds from daily and light defects.
The XIV. Chapter. Of exactnes in small things.
The XV. Chapter. That self praise is to be avoyded.
The XVI. Chapter. Of the basenes of man.
The XVII. Chapter. VVhat things ought to humble man: and that he can have nothing besides God alone.
The XVIII. Chapter. How much we owe to the grace of God and Christ.
The XIX. Chapter. That man must not only esteem himself nothing, but also a great sinner.
The XX. Chapter. VVhat it is to stile ones self nothing and a great sinner.
The XXI. Chapter. That Gods glory is alwayes to be sought.
THE III. BOOK.
The I. Chapter. How carefull we must be to do our actions wel.
The II. Chapter. That we must shake off all negligence.
The III. Chapter. How incommodious a thing is sleepines.
The IV. Chapter. That we must rise fervorously to our morning prayer.
The V. Chapter. That our daily fervour must be retained.
The VI. Chapter. Of maintaining our fervour.
The VII. Chapter. How constant one ought to be in the practise of good works.
The VIII. Chapter. How sollicitous we must be to increase grace.
The IX. Chapter. How God is to be praysed.
The X. Chapter. How great a dignity it is to offer the sacrifice of Christ.
The XI. Chapter. That God is to be desired and received with longing in the Eucharist.
The XII. Chapter. That in time of refection we must not be more indulgent to our body then necessity requires.
The XIII. Chapter. That one must take account of his proceedings by a frequent examen of himself.
The XIV. Chapter. How we must be affected towards others.
THE IV. BOOK.
The I. Chapter. How ungratefull we are to God.
The II. Chapter. That Gods benefits are without number.
The III. Chapter. That Gods love in our Redemption appeares infinite.
The IV. Chapter. How deservedly God is to be loved and chiefly for himself.
The V. Chapter. That we are not able to satisfy the goodnes of God.
The VI. Chapter. How great a benefit of glory we hope for.
The VII. Chapter. Of suffering death.
The VIII. Chapter. That man must give himself to God for his benefits.
The IX. Chapter. That God alone is to be loved.
The X. Chapter. That self love must be rooted out.
The XI. Chapter. How we are to love our neighbour.
The XII. Chapter. That nothing is to be covetted but what God willeth.
The XIII. Chapter. That we must give no eare to our own wil.
The XIV. Chapter. That we must continually be mindful of God.
The XV. Chapter. That the incomprehensible goodnes of God is to be loved.
The last. Chapter. Of the superessential light of the most B. Trinity.
A TABLE OF THE CHAPTERS
Contained in the I. Book.
In the II. Book.
In the III. Book.
In the IV. Book.