|Author:||Thorne, Francis, 17th cent.|
|Title:||The soules solace in times of trouble with severall particular remedies against despaire, collected out of the Psalmes of Daivd, and some short meditations and ejaculations upon the attributes of God, the Lords Prayer, and the tenne commandments / by F. Thorne ...|
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The soules solace in times of trouble with severall particular remedies against despaire, collected out of the Psalmes of Daivd, and some short meditations and ejaculations upon the attributes of God, the Lords Prayer, and the tenne commandments / by F. Thorne ...
Thorne, Francis, 17th cent.
London: Printed by Tho. Harper, and are to be sold by Philip Nevil ..., 1643.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
"Particular remedies against despaire" has separate t.p.
Christian life -- Biblical teaching.
Religious poetry, English -- Early modern, 1500-1700.
The PRINTER to the READER.
To the indifferent Reader.
To all the afflicted.
To the inquisitive Reader.
Arguments moving the Author to write upon this subject.
Arguments mooving the Author to publish it.
In the defence of Poesie.
The Author to his Muse.
To the Generall Reader.
The second thought.
The third thought.
The fourth thought.
The fift thought.
Remedies against despaire in times of warre.
Remedies against despaire in case of want and poverty.
Comfort for the godly when vengeance is powred downe upon the wicked.
Comfort for the godly in evill and dangerous times.
Comfort for the godly against the conspiracy of the wicked.
Comfort for captives, strangers, fatherlesse children, and widowes.
Comfort for the godly in times of oppression.
Comfort for the godly in long affliction.
Comfort for the godly in any strait.
Comfort for the godly in time of sicknesse.
Comfort for the weak.
Comfort for the penitent.
Comfort for the godly in time of dearth.
Comfort for the mariner in danger of shipwreck.
A few short Meditations and eja∣culations upon the ATTRIBVTES of God, the Lords PRAYER, and the ten COMMANDEMENTS.
Of the goodnesse and greatnesse of God.
Of the wisedome of God.
Of the holinesse of God.
Of the justice and wrath of God.
Of the truth of God.
Of the mercy of God.
Of the love and kindnesse of God.
Short Meditations and Ejaculations upon the Lords Prayer.
A few short Meditations or Eiaculations upon the ten Commndements.
A few other short Ejaculations.
Epilogus sive conclusio ad lectorem.