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RISE AND PROGRESS
RELIGION IN THE SOUL;
ILLUSTRATED IN A COURSE OF
SERIOUS AND PRACTICAL ADDRESSES,
PERSONS OF EVERY CHARACTER AND CIRCUMSTANCE:
DEVOUT MEDITATION, OR PRAYER,
SUBJOINED TO EACH CHAPTER.
ADDRESS TO THE MASTER OF A FAMILY.
BY PHILIP DODDRIDGE, D. D.
ILAGG AND GOULD, PRINTERS.
more particularly assisted in its
inquiries as to the sincerity of
its' faith and repentance,
The soul submitting to divine ex-
amination the sincerity of its
repentance and faith,
CHAP. XIV.--A more particular
view of the several branches of
the Christian temper; by which
the reader may be further assist.
ed, in judging what he is, and
what he should endeavour to be, 125
A review of the several branches of
this temper in a scriptural prayer 137
CHAP. XV.--The reader reminded
how much he needs the assist-
ance of the Spirit of God to form
him to this temper, and what en-
couragement he has to expect it, 141
An humble application for the in-
fluences of divine grace to form
and strengthen religion in the
CHAP. XVI.-- The Christian convert
warned of, and animated against,
those discouragements which he
must expect to meet, when enter-
ing on a religious course, . . . 147