|Author:||Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707.|
|Title:||A discourse concerning prayer especially of frequenting the dayly publick prayers. In two parts. / By Symon Patrick, D.D. now Lord Bishop of Ely.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A discourse concerning prayer especially of frequenting the dayly publick prayers. In two parts. / By Symon Patrick, D.D. now Lord Bishop of Ely.
Patrick, Simon, 1626-1707.
London: Printed for Luke Meredith, at the Star, and sold by R. Wilkin, at the King's Head in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1693.
Prayer -- Church of England -- Early works to 1800.
Public worship -- Church of England -- Early works to 1800.
A Discourse CONCERNING RAYER, &c.
CHAP. I. Of the Nature of this Duty.
CHAP. II. Of the Necessity of Prayer.
CHAP. III. The sense of all Mankind about matter; especially of our B• Saviour.
CHAP. IV. Other Arguments of the great N••∣sity of Prayer.
CHAP. V. Some Reflections upon the foregoing Considerations.
CHAP. VI. The Honour God doth us in admit∣ting us into his presence.
CHAP. VII. The Pleasure which springs from the •serious performance of this Duty.
CHAP. VIII. The great benefits we receive by ous Prayer to God.
CHAP. IX. The Three foregoing Chapters im∣proved.
A Discourse CONCERNING PRAYER, &c.
CHAP. X. Of Publick Prayer, the most neces∣sary of all other.
CHAP. XI. God is most honoured by Publick Prayers.
CHAP. XII. Publick Prayers most advantagious unto us.
CHAP. XIII. Publick Prayers most sutable to the Nature of Man.
CHAP. XIV. The Nature of a Church requires there should be Publick Prayers.
CHAP. XV. Our Blessed Saviour, the Founder the Church, teaches us this D•∣ctrine.
CHAP. XVI. Which is further confirmed by the practice of the Apostles, and the first Christians.
CHAP. XVII. Other Considerations to strengthen this Argument.
CHAP. XVIII. A Recapitulation of the four forego∣ing Chapters, with some Inferen∣ces from thence.
CHAP. XIX. Of Dayly Publick Assemblies, and of Hours, and Gestures of Prayer.
CHAP. XX. Some Objections removed.