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A TABLE OF THE THINGS CONTAINED

IN THIS TREATISE.

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CHAPTER I.

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CHAPTER II.—HOW we ought to bestow our time from our first rising to Matins in the morning

8

CHAPTER III.—God hath two sorts of servants, and the description of both

14

CHAPTER IV.—That for every hour of the day we ought to cleave to some settled exercise, lest our mind grow sluggish

22

CHAPTER V.—How powerful and efficacious the remembrance of Christ’s Life and Passion is

29

CHAPTER VI.—We must daily call to mind the manifold sins which we have committed

46

CHAPTER VII.—Every one ought to consider his own ability, and to proceed accordingly

55

CHAPTER VIII.—A very good means to obtain humility

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CHAPTER IX.

70

CHAPTER X.—Martha may serve as a mirror for imperfect Religious men; Mary for such as are grown to perfection

78

CHAPTER XI.—Perfect mortification is the certain and only short way to perfection

86

CHAPTER XII.—A Monk or Nun, by virtue of their profession, is bound to tend to perfection

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