|Author:||Valentine, Henry, d. 1643.|
|Title:||Private devotions digested into six letanies; I. Of confession. II. Of deprecation. III. Of supplication. IV. Of Thanksgiving. V. Of intercession. VI. For the sick. VVith directions and prayers for the Lords day. Sacrament. day of Death. Judgment. And two daily prayers, one for the morning, another for the evening.|
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Private devotions digested into six letanies; I. Of confession. II. Of deprecation. III. Of supplication. IV. Of Thanksgiving. V. Of intercession. VI. For the sick. VVith directions and prayers for the Lords day. Sacrament. day of Death. Judgment. And two daily prayers, one for the morning, another for the evening.
Valentine, Henry, d. 1643.
London: printed for H. Moseley at the Princes Arms in S. Pauls Church yard, 1654.
Dedication signed: Henry Valentine.
A1v = verse; A2v = frontis.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Prayers -- Early works to 1800.
Devotional exercises -- Early works to 1800.
To the right Honorable, THOMAS Lo: COVENTRY, Baron of Ailesborough, and Lord Keeper of the great Seale of England, &c.
I. CONFESSION OF SINNES.
THE LETANY of Confession.
THE LETANY of Deprecation.
THE LETANY of Supplication.
THE LETANY of Thanksgiving.
THE LETANY of Intercession.
A peculiar Letany to be used by, or for sick persons; Collected out of severall places and passages of ho∣ly Scripture.
DIRECTIONS for the Lords Day.
A short morning Prayer for the Sunday.
A short Evening Prayer for the Lords day.
Directions for the due receiving of the Sacrament of the Lords Supper.
A short Prayer before we receive the Sacrament.
At the receiving of this Sacrament.
After the receiving of this Sacrament.
A short prayer after the receiving of this Sacra∣ment.
EVERY DAYES Considerations.
SECTION I. Meditations of Death.
CAP. I. That the meditation of death is profitable a∣gainst pride.
CAP. II. It is profitable against co∣vetousness.
CAP. III. It is profitable against Lust.
CAP. I. Death is certain.
CAP. II. The time uncertain.
CAP. III. The place uncertain.
CAP. IV. The manner uncertain.
CAP. I. Death is a sleep.
CAP. II. Death hath no sting.
CAP. III. Death is good for us.
CAP. IV. There shall bee a Resur∣rection.
CAP. V. The goodness of God.
CAP. I. Live well.
CAP. II. Particular directions.
A short prayer for a happy departure.
SECTION I. Of the day of Judgement.
CAP. I. There shall bee a day of Judgment.
CAP. II. An Objection answered.
CAP. III. The Names given to this Day.
CAP. I. Christ is the Judge.
CAP. II. Christ a severe Judge.
CAP. III. Christ an upright Judge.
CAP. IV. Christ an All knowing Judge.
CAP. V. Christ is an inexorable Judg.
CAP. I. Who art thou?
CAP. II. Of what Religion.
CAP. III. Of what Profession.
But art thou a Minister?
Or, art thou an Officer?
Or, art thou a Souldier?
Or, art thou a tradesman?
The sentence of Absolu∣tion.
CAP. II. The sentence of Absolution shall be first pronounced.
CAP. III. The sentence of condem∣nation.
CAP. I. Terrour to the wicked.
CAP. II. Comfort to the godly.
CAP. III. Instruction to all.
A short Prayer for the day of Judgment.
A PRAYER FOR the Morning.
A PRAYER FOR the Evening.
Grace before meat.
Grace after meat.