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Abandonment to Divine Providence


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BOOK I On the virtue of abandonment to divine providence; its nature and excellence. Chapter I Sanctity consists in fidelity to the order of god, and in submission to all his operations. I. The hidden operations of God II. The hidden operations of God III. The work of our sanctification IV. In what perfection consists V. The divine influence alone can sanctify us VI. On the use of mental faculties VII. On the attainment of peace VIII. To estimate degrees of excellence IX. Sanctity made easy Chapter II The divine action works unceasingly for the sanctification of souls. I. The unceasing work of God II. By faith the operation of God is recognised III. How to discover what is the will of God IV. The revelations of God V. The action of Jesus Christ in the souls of men VI. The treatment of the divine action VII. The hidden work of divine love VIII. Experimental Science IX. The will of God in the present moment is the source of sanctity X. God makes known His will through creatures XI. Everything is supernaturalised by the divine action XII. The divine word our model BOOK II Chapter I On the nature and excellence of the state of abandonment. I. The life of God in the soul II. The most perfect way III. Abandonment a pledge of predestination IV. Abandonment a source of joy V. The great merit of pure faith VI. Submission a free gift to God VII. Divine favours offered to all VIII. God reigns in a pure heart Chapter II The duties of those souls called by God to the state of abandonment. I. Sacrifice, the foundation of sanctity II. The pains and consolations of abandonment III. The different duties of abandonment IV. God does all for a soul of goodwill V. The common way for all souls VI. The duty of the present moment the only rule VII. Trust in the guidance of God VIII. Great faith is necessary Chapter III The trials connected with the state of abandonment. I. Unwise interference II. Unjust judgments III. Self-contempt IV. Distrust of self V. The life of faith Chapter IV Concerning the assistance rendered by the fatherly providence of God to those souls who have abandoned themselves to him. I. Confidence in God II. Diversity of grace III. The generosity of God IV. The most ordinary things are channels of grace V. Nature and grace the instruments of God VI. Supernatural prudence VII. Conviction of weakness VIII. Self-guidance a mistake IX. Divine love, the principle of all good X. We must see God in all His creatures XI. The strength of simplicity XII. The triumph of humility

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