Devotional exercises -- Church of England -- Early works to 1800. : Sacred principles, services and soliloquies: or, a manual of devotion : made up of three parts: I. The grounds of Christian religion, and the doctrine of the Church of England, as differing from the New Roman and New-Reformed ones. II. Daily and weekly forms of prayers, fortified with Holy Scriptures, meditations, and rules to keep the soul from the common roads of sin; and carry it on in a mortified course. III. Seven changes to conscience, delivering (if not the whole body) the main limbs of divinity which is the art not of disputing, but living well. / By W. Brough, D.D. & D. of Glocester.
Devotional exercises -- Great Britain -- 17th century. : The sacred diary: Or, select meditations for every part of the day, and the employments thereof: With directions to persons of all ranks, for the holy spending every ordinary day of the Week. Propounded as means to facilitate a pious life, and for the spiritual improvement of every Christian.
Devotional life. : The christian's manual. : In two parts. I. The catechumen: Or An Account given by a Young Person of his Knowledge in Religion, before his Admission to the Lora's Supper, as a Ground-Work for his right under standing the Sacrament. II. An introduction to the sacrament: Or, A short, safe and plain Way to the Communion Table; being an Instruction for the worthy Receiving the Lord's Supper. To which is added, The communicant's assistant; being Devotions to that purpose; fitted to be used before, at, and after the Receiving the Blessed Sacrament. Collected for, and familiarly addressed to every particular Communicant. By L. Addison, D. D. Late Dean of Litchfield.
Devotional literature -- 18th century. : Gogoneddus ddirgelwch trugaredd Duw : neu werthfawr feddyginiaeth i eneidiau lluddedig. Wedi ei osod allan Mewn Traethawd, lle yr agorir dau Ddirgelwch mawr. I. Dirgelwch Rhad Ras dadguddiedig yn yr Efengyl. II. Dirgelwch yr Efengyl yn gynhwysedig yn y Gyfraith. Fe brofir hefyd ynddo, Fod y Gyfraith Frenhinol yn Rheol o Ufudd-Dod Efangylaidd: Gyd ̂ag amryw Gyfarwyddiadau i gyflawnu Dyledswyddau'r Gyfraith mewn Modd Efangylaidd. Yfgrifenwyd yn Saesonaeg gan John Bisco, Gweinidog yr Efengyl yn Thomas, Southwark, argraphwyd yn Llundain, 1647. Newydd gyfieithu ir Gymraeg, gan J. M.
Catholic Church -- Devotional literature. : Pious reflections and devovt prayers on several points of faith and morality, from man's creation to his consummation / by the very Reverend Father Nicolas of the holy Cross ...
Devotional literature -- Christian authors -- Early works to 1800. : [A] chrystall glasse [for] Christian women : Containing a most excellent discourse of the godly life and death of Mrs. Katherine Stubs, who departed this life in Burton upon Trent in Staffordshire, the 14. of December. With a most heavenly confession of the Christian faith which she made a little before her departure: also a wonderful combate betwixt Satan and her soul, worthy to be printed in letters of gold, and to be engraven in the table of every Christian heart. Set down word for word as she spake, as neer as could be gathered; by Philip Stubs, gent.
Death -- Devotional literature. : The last battell of the soule in death : diuided into eight cõferences ... : whereby are shown the diuerse skirmishes that are between the soule of man on his death-bedde, and the enemies of our saluation : carefullie digested for the comfort of the sicke / by Mr. Zachary Boyd, preacher of Gods word at Glasgow.
Devotional literature -- Denmark -- Early works to 1800. : Jesu Syrachs aandelige oc naturlige Lægedom oc Raad : huorledis it Christet Menniske skal skicke sig vdi sin Siugdom oc all anden Nød oc modgang, at hand kand bekomme sin Sundhed igen oc vorde forløst der fra oc faa Guds Naade / forklaret oc udlagd ved Nicolaum Arctandrum Nidrosiensem.
Devotional literature, English -- E. : The castell of comforte : in the whiche it is euidently proued, [that] God alone absolueth, and freli forgeueth the sinners of so many as vnfaynedly repent, and turne vnto hym Lately compyled by Thomas Becon.
Devotional literature, English -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : The christians daily practice of piety : or, holy walking with God. As also scripture rules to be observed in buying and selling. Very useful for all sorts of people that desire to make conscience of their ways here, and to fit themselves for their great account hereafter Licensed according to Order. .