A metaphor in which True Godliness attempts to win various characters in his way.
- The Travels of True Godliness
- MEMOIR OF REV. BENJAMIN KEACH
- Chapter 1 True Godliness described.
- Chapter 2 Origin and Antiquity of True Godliness
- Chapter 3 The chief Enemies of Godliness
- Chapter 4 New Chapter
- Chapter 5 Godliness, in his Travels, came to a Cottage where dwelt Poverty, with whom he earnestly desired to make his Abode, but was denied.
- Chapter 6 Godliness applies to Youth, who pleads various Excuses, and at last utterly declines receiving him at present.
- Chapter 7 Godliness at the Door of Old-Age ; the Reasons why he refused to entertain him.
- Chapter 8 True Godliness, after this, travelled towards the city Jerusalem, near to which was a small village called Religion, in which dwelt Mr. Legalist, at whose door he knocked. The cause why he did not entertain him.
- Chapter 9 Godliness encounters a Man of strange Countenance, whom it appears was an Antinomian.
- Chapter 10 Godliness came to Mr. Formalist's door, who bid him very welcome; but he suspecting his integrity, and that he harboured divers grand enemies of his, particularly one Hypocrisy, hesitated to go in. Holy Hypocrisy came to be discovered. Formalist at last refused to entertain True Godliness.
- Chapter 11 Godliness, travelling farther into the town called Religion, saw many people who had been great professors, retiring from the town as fast as they could. In the discourse he had with one of them, the nature and danger of Apostasy is described.
- Chapter 12 Godliness, coming to Thoughtful's house, found there his friend Consideration, whom he had a long time sought for. The great opposition Consideration met with.
- Chapter 13 Thoughtful, though he had embraced Consideration, and was resolved to receive Godliness into his house, is hindered by Old-Man, Wilfull-Will, Carnal-Affections, and Apollyon. He is aided by Laborious, but had not prevailed, had it not been for another, who came in to his assistance.
- Chapter 14 Thoughtful meets with Contentment, and finding now nothing wanting in order to the making of his Life sweet and comfortable, sung Hallelujahs, Hymns of Praise and Thanksgiving to God and the Lamb.