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An Outline of Richard Allestree's work "The Whole Duty of Divine Meditation"

What the Bible says about Godly Meditation through the Word
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Richard Allestree’s Work on Divine Mediation

Allestree, Richard, (1619-1681). The Whole Duty of Divine Meditation Described in All Its Various Parts and Branches: With Meditations on Several Places of Scripture, (London: Printed for John Back, 1694).

SECT. I. What Meditation is.
SECT. II. That Meditation is a Duty.
SECT. III. Rules and Directions for Meditation.
SECT. IV. Of the Subject and Method of Meditation.
SECT. V. Of being affected with the Divine Presence.
SECT. VI. Of Preparatory Prayer Before Meditation.
SECT. VII. Of Consideration.
SECT. VIII. Affections and Resolutions.
SECT. IX. Of Vows.
SECT. X. How to Conclude your Meditations.

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