Table of Contents
Chapter I. A General Preparation Towards a Holy and Blessed Death, by Way of Consideration.
Chapter II. A General Preparation Towards a Holy and Blessed Death, by Way of Exercise.
Chapter III. Of the State of Sickness and the Temptations Incident to It, With Their Proper Remedies.
Chapter IV. Of the Practice of the Graces Proper to the State of Sickness, Which a Sick Man May Practice Alone.
Section I. Of the Practice of Patience.
Section II. Acts of Patience by Way of Prayer and Ejaculation.
Section III. Of the Practice of the Grace of Faith in the Time of Sickness.>
Section IV. Acts of Faith, by Way of Prayer and Ejaculation to Be Said by Sick Men, in the Days of Their Temptation.
Section V. Of the Practice of the Grace of Repentance in the Time of Sickness.
Section VII. Acts of Repentance, by Way of Prayer and Ejaculation, to Be Used Especially by Old Men in their Age, and by all Men in Their Sickness.
Section VIII. An Analysis or Resolution of the Decalogue, and the Special Precepts of the Gospel, Describing the Duties Enjoined, and the Sins Forbidden Respectively; for the Assistance of Sick Men in Naking Their Confessions to God and His Ministers, and the Rendering Their Repentance More Particular and Perfect.
Section IX. Of the Sick Mans Practice of Charity and Justice, by Way of Rule.
Section X. Acts of Charity, by Way of Prayer and Ejaculation; Which May Also Be Used for Thanksgiving in Case of Recovery.
Chapter V. Of Visitation of the Sick: or the Assistance That Is to Be Done to Dying Persons by the Ministry of Their Clergy-Guides.