Pious breathings: being the meditations of St. Augustine, in four books. Viz. I. On the Sufferings of Christ; with the Pious Soul's Application of his Death to herself by Faith. II. On the Love of God; with his Discourses of Regeneration and the Communication of divine Grace. III. His private Contemplations on the Misery of unregenerate Men; the Almighty Power of God and his Methods of Grace in our Sanctification and Salvation. IV. Meditations on the Excellency of the Divine Perfections, and the Happiness of the Blessed in a future State of Glory. To which is added, the meditations of St. Anselm and St. Bernard, on the Crucifixion of Christ, the Treachery of Judas, the Resurrection of Jesus from the Dead; with Devout Prayers, Meditations, and Contemplations suitable to each particular Subject. Translated into English, by George Stanhope, D. D. late Dean of Canterbury. Adorn'd with cuts.

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De meditatione. English.


London : printed, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, [1752?]

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[10],488p.,plates : ports. ; 80.

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