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A persuasive to frequent communion

Tillotson, John

A persuasive to frequent communion

in the holy sacrement of the lord"s supper. By ... John Tillotson, ...

by Tillotson, John

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Published by printed for F. and C. Rivington in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6270, no. 19.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination36p.
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17021394M

Indulgences are granted for these exercises. At the same time, he claimed authorship of a letter entitled "An Alarm to the Legislature of the Province of New York"not signed by the Westchester farmer, which discussed the power of what he viewed as the only legal political body in the colony. Farley, Archbishop of New York. Such sacrificial language as remained was placed at the end of the service in an optional Prayer of Oblation at which point the congregation made a self-offering beseeching God "to accept our sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving.

Giving users a freebie or a free sample is a great way to persuade them to do more. No definite interval is given. Let him deny his evil propensities, and mortify his vicious appetites; and in this way prepare himself to do honour to God by obeying His command. In either case we transgress the will or law of God, and commit sin: And, whether it be by wilfully doing what God has forbidden, or wilfully omitting what He has commanded, we equally transgress His law, and are equally guilty in His sight. The Council of Trent expressed a wish "that at each Mass the faithful who are present, should communicate" Sess.

And is not this as true of prayer as of the Holy Communion? The truth is, men have been greatly discouraged from this Sacrament [Page 11] by the unwary pressing and inculcating of two great truths; the danger of the unworthy receiving of this holy Sacrament, and the necessity of a due preparation for it. Besides, Tillotson adopted Arminian views [5]. But how much time every person should allot to this [Page 28] purpose, is matter of prudence; and as it need not, so neither indeed can it be precisely determined.


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A persuasive to frequent communion by Tillotson, John Download PDF Ebook

This undoubtedly is the case with those happy persons who keep their Baptism undefiled. And it is probable, a sense of their deficiencies, and a strong apprehension of the sin of unworthy receiving, keep more well disposed people from the Communion than any other reason.

John is impressed by this and wants the full service. To people who have a lively sense of their imperfections and failings of this kind--who conscientiously refrain from the Holy Communion, because they fear they are not good enough to come to it, and who do not make the excuse merely for excuse sake, without any intention of ever complying with their duty of frequenting the Holy Table, I would propose the following considerations.

Persuasive Communication (Psychology of Persuasion)

The first converts to Christianity being Jews, and having a strong attachment to their own religious customs, A persuasive to frequent communion book carried some of them into the Christian Church. To these I have nothing to say at present. Which I told you would give me occasion to explain the apostle's meaning in the last part of the text, "But let a man examine himself, and so let him eat of that bread and drink of that cup.

InArnauld's conditions were condemned. We are likewise particularly obliged in point of gratitude to the careful observance of this institution. To complain, therefore, of your weakness and unworthiness, while you neglect the means God has appointed to increase your spiritual strength, and all holy and Christian tempers and graces, is as unfair and uncandid, as for a man to complain of a weak and sickly habit of body, while he wilfully refuses the food that is necessary to his bodily health.

Samuel Seabury

This feast was called, The Feast of Love: To it the rich and the poor brought their provisions, and ate them together at a common table, in token of their mutual goodwill and affection, of their fellowship, and unity in Christ's religion, and of their belief that the benefits of Christ's death were not restrained by any consideration of bond or free, high or low, rich or poor.

And did those lapses which proceed from infirmity and imperfection render us unworthy to partake in the Christian Sacrifice, no mortal could approach the Altar without sin. To the present day, the American liturgy adheres to the main features of this rite in one of its Holy Eucharist Liturgies.

But though sinful habits, and single acts of gross sin, render us unworthy to approach God's Table, till repentance reconcile us to Him, yet sins, as they are called, of infirmity, ignorance, surprise, are not attended with that malignity.

The sick man, who complains of his aches and pains, and who laments his misfortune in being obliged A persuasive to frequent communion book bear such A persuasive to frequent communion book load of misery and disease as must shortly put a period to his life, and yet obstinately refuses all the remedies which can alleviate his distress and restore him to health, because they are bitter, or not exactly suited A persuasive to frequent communion book his taste, becomes the object of our compassion--we pity his unreasonable and foolish conduct.

To choose a definition is to plead a cause, so long as the word defined is strongly emotive. The Lawfulness, and Obligation of Oaths. The fact, however, that His Body and Blood were to be received under the appearances of bread and winethe ordinary daily food and drink of His hearers, would point, to the frequent and even daily reception of the Sacrament.

As people, users tend to make quick judgments. I have been the more particular in this matter to convince you, that in the Church to which we belong, all opportunity of incurring that unworthiness which the Apostle censured in the Corinthians is precluded.

Therefore it is, that "the sacrifice of the wicked," and the "prayer" of him that turneth away his ear from hearing the law"--that refuseth to obey the commandments of God--"are an abomination to the Lord. Tillotson, Dean of Canterbury.

If we would judge our selves; whether this be meant of the publick Censures of the Church, or our private censuring of our selves in order to our future amendment and reformation, is not certain. But this objection is evidently of no force if there be as great or greater danger on the other hand, viz.

Paul condemned, and on account of which God's judgments were inflicted on them: And he seems to have pretty clearly pointed it out. New York: Robert Appleton Company. This was the particular thing our Lord gave in charge when he was going to lay down his life for us, doe this in remembrance of me.

A Treatise against Transubstantiation, in 4to. Go and disciple all Nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: and lo I am with you always to the end of the World.Mar 31,  · A persuasive to frequent communion in the holy sacrament of the Lords Supper by Tillotson, John 5 editions - first published in A Persuasive to Frequent Communion in the Holy Sacrament of the Lord's Supper Ten Volume Set of the Works of John Tillotson Notes [ edit ] ^ Carr, James ().Church: Church of England.

Oct 04,  · Among other things, we will want to know more about why resistance to frequent Communion lasted as long as it did (until after the Second Vatican Council), a topic about which Dougherty's conclusions seem tentative and not fully galisend.com: James M. O'Toole.“Assemblies for Communion were appointed by the apostles to be held on the fourth day, on Pdf eve, and on the Lord’s day.” 13 As we have already seen, the Augsburg Confession refers to the fact that Holy Communion was offered “every day” in the time of St.

John Chrysostom.Frequent Communion is the Roman Catholic practice of receiving the Eucharist frequently, download pdf opposed to the usual medieval practice of receiving it once or a few times a year, by going to mass on Sundays. Pope Pius X pushed for the practice of frequent communion, relaxing restrictions on reception for the sick and children.

References.Without specifying ebook often the faithful should communicate, Christ simply ebook us eat His Flesh and drink His Blood, and warns us, that if we do not do so, we shall not have life in us (John 6, etc.).The fact, however, that His Body and Blood were to be received under the appearances of bread and wine, the ordinary daily food and drink of His hearers, would point, to the frequent and even.