|Author:||Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689.|
|Title:||Practical meditations upon the four last things viz. I. Death, II. Judgment, III. Hell, IV. Heaven / by R. Sherlock ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Practical meditations upon the four last things viz. I. Death, II. Judgment, III. Hell, IV. Heaven / by R. Sherlock ...
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689.
London: Printed by J.H. for L. Meredith ..., 1692.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Table of contents: p. - at end.
PRACTICAL MEDITATIONS UPON THE Four Last Things, &c.
The First Meditation.
MEDITAT. II. Of the Shortness and Frailty of this present Life.
MEDITAT. III. Of the frequent Remembrance of Death.
MEDITAT. IV. Of the Horror of Death.
MEDITAT. V. Of Preparation unto Death.
The XXXIX. Psalm.
The XC. Psalm.
THE Second general Meditation UPON JUDGMENT. And first the Particular Judgment.
MEDITATIONS UPON THE General Judgment.
The XXVI. PSALM. PARAPHRASED.
The XLIII. Psalm. PARAPHRASED.
THE Third General Meditation UPON THE PAINS of HELL.
MEDITAT. I. Of the Pain of Loss.
MEDITAT. II. Of the Darkness of Hell.
MEDITAT. III. Of the Fire of Hell.
MEDITAT. IV. Of the extent of Hell-Pains.
MEDITAT. V. Of the Bonds and Chains of Hell.
MEDITAT. VI. Of the Laments of Hell.
MEDITAT. VII. Of the Perpetuity of Hell-Torments.
The LXXXVI. Psalm. PARAPHRASED.
The LXXXVIII. Psalm. PARAPHRASED.
THE Fourth general Meditation OF HEAVEN.
MEDITAT. II. Of the place we call Heaven, and first, its Greatness.
Secondly, Its brightness and Beauty.
Thirdly, Its Tranquillity.
MEDITAT. III. Of the good things of Heaven.
MEDITAT. III. Of the Company of Heaven.
1. Of God's presence there.
2. The Angels of Heaven.
3. The Saints in Heaven.
MEDITAT. IV. Of the perpetuity of Heavenly Joys.
The XXIV. Psalm. PARAPHRASED.
The LXXXIV. Psalm PARAPHRASED.
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