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Author: Smith, Lawrence, 1656-1728.
Title: Conversation in Heaven. Being devotions; consisting of meditations and prayers on several considerable subjects in practical divinity. Written for the raising the decay'd spirit of piety. By Lawrence Smith, LL.D. Fellow of St. John's College in Oxford.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Conversation in Heaven. Being devotions; consisting of meditations and prayers on several considerable subjects in practical divinity. Written for the raising the decay'd spirit of piety. By Lawrence Smith, LL.D. Fellow of St. John's College in Oxford.
Smith, Lawrence, 1656-1728.

London: printed by J.R. for Thomas Speed, at the Three Crowns near the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, [1]693.
Notes:
With a table of contents and a final leaf of advertisements.
With an initial imprimatur leaf.
The 1 in "1693" failed to print.
Imperfect; pages have faded print with some loss of text.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Devotional literature -- Early works to 1800.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60498.0001.001

Contents
imprimatur
title page
TO The most Reverend Father in God, JOHN; Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury, Primate and Metropolitan of all England, and one of Their Majesties most Honourable Privy-Council.
THE PREFACE TO THE READER.
The CONTENTS.
Conversation in Heaven. BEING DEVOTIONS; Consisting of MEDITATIONS and PRAYERS.
Meditation I. On the Vanity, Vexation and Contempt of the World.
The Prayer.
Meditation II. On the Redemption of Time.
The Prayer.
Meditation III. On the Folly and Danger of deferring Repentance.
The Prayer.
Meditation IV. On the Malignity and Evil Nature of Sin.
The Prayer.
Meditation V. On Watchfulness against Sin and Temptations.
The Prayer.
Meditation VI. Against the Sin of Pride.
The Prayer.
Meditation VII. Against the Sin of Ʋnchastity.
The Prayer.
Meditation VIII. Against the Sin of immoderate Anger.
The Prayer.
Meditation IX. Against the Sin of Murmuring and Impatience amidst Divine Chastise∣ments.
The Prayer.
Meditation X. On Love to God.
The Prayer.
Meditation XI. On Zeal in the Service of God.
The Prayer.
Meditation XII. On Trust in God.
The Prayer.
Meditation XIII. On the Fear of God.
The Prayer.
Meditation XIV. On Love and Charity to our Neigh∣bour.
The Prayer.
Meditation XV. On Improvement in Grace.
The Prayer.
Meditation XVI. On DEATH.
The Prayer.
Meditation XVII. On the Last Judgment.
The Prayer.
Meditation XVIII. On Heaven.
The Prayer.
Meditation XIX. On Hell, and the Eternity of its Tor∣ments.
The Prayer.
Meditation XX. On Prayer, and the Powerful Efficacy thereof.
The Prayer.
A PRAYER FOR THE MORNING.
A Prayer for the Evening.
A Prayer for a Sick Person.
Another Prayer for the Sick, when there appears small Hopes of Reco∣very.
A Prayer to be used on the Lord's Day in the Morning, Preparatory to the Duties of the Day.
Books Printed for, and Sold by Thomas Speed, at the Three Crowns near the Royal Exchange in Cornhil, 1693.