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Rule and Exercises
In which are Described
of obtaining every Vertue, and the Remedies
And the Parts of Devotion fitted to all Occasions,
and furnished for all Neceflities.
By JER. TAYLOR, D.D. Chaplain
The Nineteenth Edition,
Trust for Royston and Elizabeib Meredith :
wicke, W. Rogers, C. Brome, T. Newborough, J. Nicholjul,
RICHARD Ld Vaughan,
EARL of C ARBERI,
Knight of the Honourable ORDER of the BATH.
My Lord, Have lived to see Religion painted upon Banners, and thrust out of Churches, and the Temple turned
into a Tabernacle, and that Tabernacle made ambulatory, and covered with skins of beasts and torn Curtains, and God to be worshipped not as he is the Father of our Lord Jesus, (an afflicted Prince, the King of Sufferings) nor as the God of Peace (which two appellatives God new ly took upon
him in the New Testament, and glories in for ever :) but he is owned now rather as the Lord of Hosts, which Title he was pleased to lay aside when the Kingdom of the Gospel was preached by the Prince of Peace. But when Religion puts on Armour, and God is