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Author: Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689.
Title: The third part of The practical Christian consisting of meditations, and Psalms illustrated with notes, or paraphrased, relating to the hours of praier, the ordinary actions of day and night, and severall dispositions of men. By R. Sherlock D.D. Rector of Winwick.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The third part of The practical Christian consisting of meditations, and Psalms illustrated with notes, or paraphrased, relating to the hours of praier, the ordinary actions of day and night, and severall dispositions of men. By R. Sherlock D.D. Rector of Winwick.
Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689.

London: printed by E. Flesher for R. Royston, bookseller to his most Sacred Majesty, at the Angel in Amen-corner, MDCLXXVII. [1677]
Alternate titles: The practical Christian. Fourth part of the practical Christian.
Notes:
Includes: The fourth part of the practical Christian, with separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous.
Errata on Q6v.
The final leaf is blank.
Imperfect; print show-through with slight 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/A59782.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE; OF Continuing in Prayer and fre∣quent Meditation and the Design of this Second Part.
errata
THE CONTENTS.
CHAP. I. Of Meditations and Psalms for the Morning.
prayers and meditations
As soon as you awake,
prayer 1
II.
III.
At your Ʋp-rising.
prayer
A Morning Hymn.
At your Apparrelling.
prayer 1
II.
At your Washing.
I.
II.
Upon the Use of the Creed.
PSALMS for the MORNING, or First Hour of Prayer; with Notes for Illustration. The CXIX. Psalm,
The First Part.
The Prayer.
The Second Part.
The Prayer.
The Third Part.
The Prayer.
The Fourth Part.
The Prayer.
CHAP. II. Of Meditations for the Third Hour of Prayer; or Nine a Clock in the Morning.
PSALMS for the Third Hour.
The Prayer.
The Sixth Part.
The Prayer.
The Seventh Part.
The Prayer.
The Eighth Part.
The Prayer.
The Ninth Part.
The Prayer.
The Tenth Part.
The Prayer.
CHAP. III. Of Meditations for the Sixth hour of Prayer, or twelve a Clock.
meditation
I
II.
III.
IV.
V.
PSALMS For the Sixth Hour of Prayer. Psal. CXIX.
Part 11.
The Prayer.
The Twelfth Part.
The Prayer.
The Thirteenth Part.
The Prayer.
The Fourteenth Part.
The Prayer.
The Fifteenth Part.
The Prayer.
The Sixteenth Part.
The Prayer.
CHAP. IV. Of Meditations for the Ninth Hour of Prayer, or Three a Clock.
meditation
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
PSALMS For the Ninth Hour. Psal. CXIX.
Part 17.
The Prayer.
The Eighteenth Part.
The Prayer.
The Nineteenth Part.
The Prayer.
The Twentieth Part.
The Prayer.
The One and Twentieth Part.
The Prayer.
The Two and Twentieth Part.
The Prayer.
CHAP. V. Of Meditations for the Even∣ing.
meditation
I.
St. LUKE I.
The Prayer.
The XCVIII. Psalm PARAPHRASED, Being A Thanksgiving for the Redem∣ption of the World by the Son of God.
PSALM LXVII.
II.
The XV. Psalm PARAPHRASED.
III.
IV.
PSALM CXLV.
An Evening Hymn.
CHAP. VI. Of Bed-time Meditations.
meditation
I.
II.
PSALMS For the Compline or Bed-time.
The IV. Psalm Paraphrased.
PSALM XXXI. To the Seventh Verse.
PSALM XCI. To be used at this time by the di∣rection of St. Basil.
THE SONG of SIMEON, Which is said by the Church at this hour, as wherein we commend our selves unto the Lord: and de∣sire we may both sleep, and dye in Peace.
The Prayer.
creed
meditations
As you Ʋndress your self.
When you lay aside your Garments.
When you go into Bed.
Or, II.
CHAP. VII. Of Meditations and Psalms for the Night season.
I.
II.
III.
PSALM II.
The Prayer.
IV. Meditations for the Night.
PSALM VIII. Which is believed to be divinely composed, for the praise of God in the night, because therein is mention of the Moon and of the Stars, and not of the Sun.
V. Meditations for the Night.
PSALMS For the Night season.
PSAL. XCII.
The Prayer.
PSALM CXXXIV. To be used in the Night, as wherein the people of God excite each other to the praise of God in their night Assemblies in his house.
The Prayer.
The CXXXIX. Psalm PARAPHRASED,
CHAP. VIII. Of Meditations fitted to every Dayes ordinary Actions, and several Dispositions of the Soul of men.
When you go forth out of your House or Chamber, Say,
As you walk or travel by the way.
As you stand upon some high Place.
As you behold pleasant Grounds, and variety of Objects.
When you hear or see any thing extraordinary.
When you hear the Clock, or see the hour of the Day.
When you go to Read or Study.
Being wearied therewith.
When you go about any world∣ly Employment.
When you are sad, or dis∣contented.
When you sit idle.
Upon wandring, wanton Eyes.
When you are tempted to any Sin.
Meditat. I.
Meditat. II.
Meditat. III. Being Tempted, Say,
Meditat. IV. Ʋpon Temptations.
Upon the Prevailing of any Temptation.
Having escaped a Tem∣ptation.
When you Hunger, or Thirst.
I.
II.
III.
After you have Eaten, or Drunk.
I.
II.
When you are asked an Alms being able to Relieve.
I.
II.
When you hear others evil spoken of.
When you hear your self reproached.
When you are crost in any your worldly desires, or interests.
When you suffer several kinds of Affliction.
When you suffer any bodily Pain.
Being sensible of your want of Knowledge and Wisdom.
Being dull and averse from holy Duties.
Upon the sense of your Sins: and the mispending of your Time.
Holy Resolves of future Holiness.
Holy Breathings of the Soul after God.
meditation 1
II.
MEDITATIONS Of Fasting and Almsgiving to be practised with holy Prayer and Meditation.
MEDITATIONS Upon Unity in the Publick Wor∣ship of God.
The CXXXIV. Psalm PARAPHRASED.
The Prayer.
title page
OF The Four last Things in GENERAL.
eschaton death
MEDITAT. I.
MEDITAT. II. Of the Shortness and Frailty of this present Life.
St. Augustines Meditations on this Subject.
The Prayer.
MEDITAT. III. Of the frequent Remembrance of Death.
The Prayer.
MEDITAT. IV. Of the Horror of Death.
The Prayer.
MEDITAT. V. Of the uncertainty of Death, and preparation for it.
The Prayers.
prayer 1
II.
III.
The XXXIX. Psalm.
The Prayer.
The XC. Psalm.
The Prayer.
THE Second general Meditation Upon JUDGMENT, And first the PARTICULAR JUDGMENT.
meditation 1
Meditat. II.
III.
MEDITATIONS upon the GENERAL JUDGMENT.
meditations
meditation 1
II.
III.
IV.
V.
Psalms
The XXVI. Psalm, PARAPHRASED.
The XLIII. Psalm, PARAPHRASED.
THE Third general Meditation Upon the PAINS of HELL.
meditations
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.
Psalms
The LXXXVI. Psalm, PARAPHRASED.
The LXXXVIII. Psalm, PARAPHRASED.
THE Fourth general Meditation, OF HEAVEN.
meditations
meditation 1
MEDITAT. II. Of the place we call Heaven,
MEDITAT. III. Of the good things of Heaven.
1. HONOUR.
2. POWER.
3. RICHES.
4. PLEASURE.
MEDITAT. III. Of the Company of Heaven.
1. Of Gods presence there.
2. The Angels of Heaven.
3. The Saints in Heaven.
MEDITAT. IV. Of the perpetuity of Heavenly joyes.
Psalms
The XXIV. Psalm, PARAPHRASED.
The LXXXIV. Psalm, PARAPHRASED.
devotional miscellany
A MEDITATION Upon the VOW in BAPTISM, Out of S. Chrysostome de Martyribus, SERM. II.
MEDITATION Of the Cure of the Soul before that of the Body.
MEDITATION Upon the Tears of the devout Soul.
MEDITATION Of the dwelling of God in the hearts of his People.
ERRATA.