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The Practice of Piety
A Puritan devotional manual, directing a Christian how to live, that he may please God.
by Lewis Bayly (1611) v.1
Contents of Baylee The Practice of Piety
1. Meditations on the miserable state of those not reconciled to God in Christ
2. Meditations on the blessed state of those reconciled to God in Christ
3. Meditations for the Sick
4. Consolations against impatience in sickness
5. Meditations for one who is likely to die
6. Consolations against the fear of death
7. Directions for comfortable walking with God
8. Seven hindrances to the practice of piety
9. How to begin the morning with pious meditations and prayer
|Date:||February 4, 2015|
ch49 The Biblical Pastor: The Biblical Duty outlines the duties of a pastor.
Topics: Pastoral Watchcare | Threats to wicked Pastors | Spiritual feeding | Being a Watchman (warning and protecting) | Pastoral Visitation | Intercession by prayer | Pastoring because you love Christ.
Excerpt: The concept of “visit” or “visitation” refers to the pastoral duty (spiritual watchcare of others) in which he analyzes the problems to effect a remedy. This concept is basically “visit”. Jesus identified the true believer as a person which has the naturally emerging joy to serve and help others.
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David Cox Internet Ministries
David Cox Internet Ministries This post is an update on how our Internet Ministries are moving along, or our reach to the world. It contains some statics for the last 30 days before September 14th, 2023. If you are interested in knowing about our outreach via our Internet websites, please visit this page.
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