by Printed by T[homas] S[nodham] for Iohn Budge, and are to be solde at the great south-doore of Paules, and at Britaines Bursse in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Seaven spirituall exercises of a devout soule, Seaven spirituall exercises of a devout soule.|
|Genre||Biography, Devotional literature, Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 1298:10.|
|Contributions||Bull, John, fl. 1613, attributed name.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 114 p.|
|Number of Pages||114|
The soules watch: or, A day-booke for the deuout soule: Consisting of 52 heauenly meditations, and diuers godly prayers, fitted to all the dayes of the weeke. Being holy exercises for a sanctified conuersation, and spirituall riches for the inward man. By Iohn Gerhard Dr. of Diuinity, and superintendent of Heldburge. Englished by R.B. I send you heer • a Manuall of spiri∣ • uall Exercises, set forth some • eares agoe, in the Spanish • ongue, by Fa Thomas de Villa∣ • astin of your Society, now Page. Soule-reviving influences of the sun of righteousnesse, or Some bright beames of light and love, sparkling from Christ upon the darke and drooping hearts of sin-weakend and clouded believers, even while we are in this solitary wildernesse, not yet arrived at the land of spirituall Canaan; but taking a turne in the darke and dampe valley of the. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
1 God cals for thy soule. 1 Consider that by corporall death, God onely cals againe for that soule which at the first hee created and infused into the body, to informe and animate it, and that this Soule of thine flits not out of her terrestriall tabernacle by chance or hap-hazard, or casualtie, or fortune, or by the Climactericall yeere, the. The Spaniards did enioy their new habitation of Manilla in great quietnesse, voide of all care of any accident that might disquiet them, or any strange treasons of enimies for to offend them; for that those Ilandes were in great quietnes, and in obedience vnto the Christian king Don Phillip, and in continuall traficke with the Chinos, which seemed vnto them a sufficient securitie for the. He frequented sermons diligently; especially His diligence in frequenting good preachers. when those men preached, who were most excellent for good life and spirituall direction, such as Doctour Collett was, the most famous Deane of Paules, who, as Emsmus writeth, was wont euerie day to preache at Paules, besides manie other sermons. THERE is a great distance, betwixt the vulgar opinion of men, and the iudicious apprehension of wise men. Opinion is as blind Ordipus, who could see nothing, but would heare all things, Hinc aucupari verba rumoris vagi, to hawke after the winged report of a vagabond rumor. But iudgement, is as Salomon in his throne, able by the spirit of wisedome, to discerne betwixt .
The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles: With the Names of the Adventurers, Planters, and Governours From Their First Beginning Ano: To This Present With the Procedings of Those Severall Colonies and the Accidents That Befell Them in All Their Journyes and Discoveries. Also the Maps and Descriptions of All Those Countryes, Their . M. Blundeville his Exercises, third edn of scene of ship, emblems, navigational equipment on tps, maps and charts throughout M. Blundeville his Exercises, fourth edn of M. Blundeville his Exercises, sixth edn of M. Blundeville his Exercises, seventh edn of emblem at end a M. Blundeville his Exercises, another issue of The arte of Rhetorique. What is Rhetorique. Hetorique is an Arte to set foorth by vtteraunce of words, matter at large, or (as Cicero doth say) it is a learned, or rather an artificiall declaration of the mynd, in the handling of any cause, called in contention, that may through reason largely be discussed. The matter whereupon an Oratour must speake. A Trve relation of a Scotchman, vvho comming into the church of St. Olaves in the old iury in London, at such time as the people were receiving the communion, did much disturb them, and by force tore the service-book in peeces, on Sunday Septemb. 5,