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Author: Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689.
Title: The practical Christian divided into four parts. I. The practice of self-examination, and a form of confession fitted thereunto; the Lord's Praier and penitential Psalms paraphrased; with meditations, and praiers to be made partakers of Christ's merits. II. Directions, meditations and praiers, in order to the worthy receiving of the Holy Communion of the body and bloud of Christ. III. Meditations with Psalms for the hours of praier, the ordinary actions of day and night, with other religious considerations and concerns. IV. Meditations with Psalms--- upon the four last things; 1. Death, 2. Judgment, 3. Hell, 4. Heav[en.] The third and fourth parts make the second volume, formerly called the second part. By R. Sherlock D.D. Rector of Winwick.
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The practical Christian divided into four parts. I. The practice of self-examination, and a form of confession fitted thereunto; the Lord's Praier and penitential Psalms paraphrased; with meditations, and praiers to be made partakers of Christ's merits. II. Directions, meditations and praiers, in order to the worthy receiving of the Holy Communion of the body and bloud of Christ. III. Meditations with Psalms for the hours of praier, the ordinary actions of day and night, with other religious considerations and concerns. IV. Meditations with Psalms--- upon the four last things; 1. Death, 2. Judgment, 3. Hell, 4. Heav[en.] The third and fourth parts make the second volume, formerly called the second part. By R. Sherlock D.D. Rector of Winwick.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689.

London: printed by E. Flesher for R. Royston, booksellers to His most Sacred Majesty, at the Angel in Amen-corner, MDCLXXVII. [1677].
Alternate titles: Second part of the practical Christian.
Notes:
Includes: The second part of the practical Christian, with separate dated title page, pagination and register are continuous.
Imperfect; pages cropped and torn with some loss of text.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
Devotional exercises -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A59766.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Parishioners of Win∣wick in Lancashire.
A TABLE of the Chapters.
errata
THE PRACTICAL Christian. PART I.
CHAP. I. Of the great necessity of SELF-EXAMINATION.
CHAP. II. The Rule of Self-examination by the Vow in Baptism.
By the First part,
To forsake the Devil and all his works;
The Pomps and Vanities of this wicked World;
And all the sinful Lusts of the Flesh.
CHAP. III. The Rule of Self-examination by the CREED; or, by the Second part of the Vow in Baptism, To believe all the Ar∣ticles of the Christian Faith.
CHAP. IV. The Rule of Self-examination by the DECALOGƲE; or, by the Third part of the Vow in Baptism, To keep God's holy Will and Commandments, and to walk in the same all the days of thy life.
Examination by the First Commandment.
I. To believe in God.
II. To trust in him.
III. To hope in him.
IV. To fear God.
V. To love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all, &c.
VI. To call upon God, and give him Thanks.
Examination by the Second Commandment.
Examination by the Third Commandment.
As to the Word of God.
As to the Sacraments which Christ hath ordained in his Church.
Concerning the Sacrament of the holy Body and Bloud of Christ, exa∣mine,
Examination by the Fourth Commandment.
Examination by the Fifth Commandment.
Examination by the Sixth Commandment.
Examination by the Seventh Commandment.
Examination by the Eighth Commandment.
Examination by the Ninth Commandment.
Examination by the Tenth Commandment.
CHAP. V. The Examination of Religi∣ous actions.
CHAP. VI. The Examination of Repen∣tance.
CHAP. VII. Considerations with Directions in the Confession of Sin.
CHAP. VIII. A Form of Confession of Sin fit∣ted to the Rules of Self-exami∣nation, whereunto every one may adde or substract, as he finds himself guilty or not guilty.
Sins against the First Table of the Law.
Sins against the Second Table of the Law.
CHAP. IX. An ancient Form of Confession extant Biblioth. Patrum tom. 8. p. 409.
CHAP. X. The Lord's Praier paraphrased.
CHAP. XI. The Seven Penitentiall Psalms paraphrased.
Psalm VI.
Psalm XXXII.
Psalm XXXVIII.
Psalm LI.
Psalm CII.
Psalm CXXX.
Psalm CXLIII.
CHAP. XII. Meditations and Prayers to be partakers of the Merits of what our Blessed Redeemer hath done and suffered for us.
title page
A TABLE of the Chapters.
THE PRACTICAL Christian. PART II.
CHAP. I. Of the two general Christian Du∣ties required in order to the Ho∣ly Communion of the Body and Bloud of CHRIST.
CHAP. II. Meditations and Praiers prepara∣tory to the Holy Communion the Week before.
The XXIII. Psalm paraphrased.
CHAP. III. Meditations and Praiers for the Friday; especially before the Communion.
Friday Meditations.
I. Part of LXIX. Psalm paraphrased.
II. Meditations out of the Prophet Isaiah, Chap. LIII.
III. Meditations out of the Prophet Jeremy.
CHAP. IV. Saint Augustine's Recommenda∣tion of the Passion of Christ un∣to God the Father.
CHAP. V. Saint Ambrose's Commemoration of our Saviour's Passion.
CHAP. VI. Saint Gregorie's Praiers upon the Passion of Christ.
CHAP. VII. The Form of Praier used by our Lord upon the Cross, viz. the XXII. Psalm paraphrased.
In the Mozarabick Liturgy.
CHAP. VIII. Meditations and Praiers prepara∣tory to the Blessed Sacrament on Saturday-night or Sunday∣morning before.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
The CXI. Psalm.
The Praiers.
CHAP. IX. Meditations upon your going to Church, with some short Direc∣tions for your demeanour in the House and in the Service of God.
Directions relating to some parts of the publick Worship.
CHAP. X. Meditations and Praiers at the Blessed Sacrament.
Prayers out of several other Litur∣gies, that the devout Reader may have the more choice, and fix upon the use of such as he feels most enquickening his De∣votion.
Out of S. James's Liturgy.
Out of the Greek Ritual.
Out of the Mozarabick Liturgy.
Out of the Aethiopick Liturgy.
prayers
After you have received the consecrated Bread.
After the Cup received.
After both.
Out of the Greek Ritual.
The Song of Simeon.
The XXXIV. Psalm is in the A∣postolical Constitutions, and in S. Chrysostom's Liturgy, ap∣pointed to be at this time de∣voutly praied.
The Prayer.
CHAP. XI. Psalms of Praise and Thanksgiving after the Holy Communion.
The CIII. Psalm.
The following Hymn of Ananias, Azarias and Misael, is in some Liturgies prescribed to be used after the Blessed Eucharist.
The Praier.