The Form of Perfect Living and Other Prose Treatises
The Form of Perfect Living and Other Prose Treatises
Richard Rolle of Hampole

Translated by Geraldine E. Hodgson; E-text prepared by Thierry Alberto, Juliet Sutherland, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team (//www.pgdp.net)
Table of Contents


Title Page

Preface.

Introduction.

CHAPTER I. In every sinful man and woman that is bound in deadly sin…

CHAPTER II. Because thou hast forsaken the solace and the joy of this world…

CHAPTER III. I know that thy life is given to the service of GOD.…

CHAPTER IV. At the beginning then, bow thee entirely to thy Lord JESUS Christ.…

CHAPTER V. I will that thou beest aye climbing to JESUS-ward…

CHAPTER VI. Wherefore, that thou may'st be rightly disposed both for thy soul and thy body…

CHAPTER VII. Amore langueo.…

CHAPTER VIII. Three degrees of love I shall tell thee, for I would that thou mightest win…

CHAPTER IX. If thou wilt be well with GOD, and have grace to rule thy life…

CHAPTER X. But now, thou mayst ask me and say, "Thou speakest so much of love…

CHAPTER XI. Seven gifts of the Holy Ghost are in men and women who are ordained to…

CHAPTER XII. Two lives there are that Christian men live.…

FOOTNOTES:

FIRST PART OF THE BOOK.

SECOND PART OF THE BOOK.

THIRD PART OF THE BOOK.

On Grace.

An Epistle on Charity.

Contrition.

Scraps from the Arundel MS.




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