Table of Contents
The Devotions of St. Anselm.
Proslogion or Address to God Concerning His Existence.
Preface to the Meditations and Prayers
Meditation I. Concerning the Dignity and the Misery of Human Nature.
I. That we were created in the Image and Likeness of God.
II. That the End for which we were created was to glorify God for ever.
III. That wheresoever we are, we live and move and have our being in God, so long as we have Him within us
IV. That all we, who have been baptized into Christ, have put on Christ.
V. That we are the Body of Christ.
VI. That we are one in Christ, and one Christ with Christ Himself.
VII. A Commemoration of our Sins, for which our Conscience doth reproach us, and whereby we have lost all these things.
VIII. A Commemoration of the Incarnation of our Lord, whereby we have recovered all these things.
IX. That we must pray to be delivered out of the horrible pit, out of the mire and clay.
X. A Meditation on the Miseries of this Life.
XI. Of the Body, after the Departure of the Soul.
XII. Of the Soul after her Separation from the Body.
XIII. A Meditation on the Day of Judgment, wherein the Goats shall be set on the Left Hand.
XIV. A Meditation on the Joy which shall be where the Sheep shall be set on the Right Hand.
Meditation II. Concerning the Terrors of the Day of Judgment. An Incentive to Tears.
Meditation III. To encourage the spirit not to fall into despair, since if we truly repent, we shall without doubt find mercy for all our sins.
Meditation IV. Concerning the Redemption of Mankind.
Prayers of St. Anselm.
Letters of Spiritual Counsel.