Tending to the Instruction, Caution and Comfort of Aged Persons
Though not a popular subject, the serious consideration of aging is one of supreme importance in every stage and condition of life.
This never-before-reprinted, long-sought-after title is recommended to the reader in the following descriptive terms: Biblical, God-glorifying, insightful, practical, challenging, thought-provoking, wise, evangelical, edifying, convicting, humbling, sin-exposing, pithy, urgent, experimental, preparational, succinct, and not without an occasional display of humor.
Table of Contents:
1. The Description of Old Age
2. The Causes of Old Age, and Preservatives
3. The Sins and Vices of Old Age
4. The Graces and Virtues of Old Age
5. The Inconveniences or Miseries of Old Age
6. The Privileges and Comforts of Old Age
7. The Work and Business of Old Age
Richard Steele (10 May 1629 – 16 November 1692) was a nonconformist theologian.