|Author:||Payne, William, 1650-1696.|
|Title:||A practical discourse of repentance rectifying the mistakes about it, especially such as lead either to despair or presumption ... and demonstrating the invalidity of a death-bed repentance / by William Payne ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A practical discourse of repentance rectifying the mistakes about it, especially such as lead either to despair or presumption ... and demonstrating the invalidity of a death-bed repentance / by William Payne ...
Payne, William, 1650-1696.
London: Printed for Samuel Smith ..., 1693.
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A Practical Discourse OF Repentance.
CHAP. I. Giving a full Account of the Nature of Repentance.
SECT. I. Scripture Words for Repentance.
SECT. II. Kinds and Degrees of Repentance.
SECT. III. True Notion of Repentance.
SECT. IV. Mental Repentance imperfect without Actual.
CHAP. II. The Motives to Repentance.
SECT. I. Of the Enticements to Sin.
SECT. II. Motives to Repentance from Reason.
SECT. III. Motives to Repentance from the Gospel.
SECT. IV. Motives to Repentance from the Consi∣deration of Hell.
SECT. V. Other Gospel Motives to Repentance.
SECT. VI. Exhortation to Repentance as a Prepa∣ration for Death, or in order to make us ready to dye.
SECT. VII. Of the Fear of Death, and how we are delivered from it by Repentance and Religion.
CHAP. III. Whether all Sins are Pardonable, and may have the benefit of Repent∣ance.
SECT. I. Of Apostacy. Sins after Baptism. Ʋpon Relapse.
SECT. II. Of the Sin against the Holy Ghost, its Nature, and whether Pardonable or no.
SECT. III. Of Concupiscence, the Lustings of the Flesh or struggle between that and the Spirit.
SECT. IV. Of Trouble of Mind, or a Wounded Spirit.
CHAP. IV. The ill Consequences drawn from the Priviledge of Repentance Obviated and Prevented.
CHAP. V. Of a Death-Bed Repentance.
SECT. I. The Case of the Thief upon the Cross Examined.
SECT. II. The Pleas and Pretences on behalf of a Death-Bed Repentance Answered.
SECT. III. The Invalidity of a Death-Bed Repen∣tance shown from the Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins.
SECT. IV. More Positive Proofs and Arguments against the validity of a Death-Bed Repentance.
CHAP. VI. Practical Rules and Directions con∣cerning the Particular Exercise of Repentance.
CHAP. VII. How we may know we have Repent∣ed and are in a Pardoned and Good State.
SECT. I. Not committing Sin the only sure Mark of a good State.
SECT. II. The Differences of Sins, what are and what are not consistent with a good State.
SECT. III. The Benefits of Repentance or the happi∣ness of being in such a good state.
A Catalogue of Books Printed for Samuel Smith, at the Princes Armes in St. Pauls Church-Yard, 1693.