Christian Life Controversial Literature : A word of advertisement & advice to the godly in Scotland / by a Scotch man, and a cordiall vvelwisher to the interests of the godly in Scotland, both in civils and spirituals.; Scotch man and a cordial wel-wisher to the interest of the godly in Scotland.
Christian Life Early Works 1800 : The mothers blessing. Or, The godly counsell of a gentle-woman, not long since deceased, left behinde her for her children. : Containing many good exhortations, and good admonitions profitable for all parents to leave as a legacie to their children. / By Mris. Dorothy Leigh..; Leigh, Dorothy.
Christian Life Early Works To 1900 : Profitable New-years-gift, : teaching how to begin the year well, and end it comfortably: or, motives and directions for a daily exercise of Christianity, Gen. 5. 22, 24. Psal. 84.11.
Christian Life England : A Looking-glass for good women to dress themselves by: : held forth in the life & death of Mrs. Katherine Clarke, who dyed, Anno Christi, 1675. Late wife of Mr. Samuel Clarke, minister.; Clarke, Samuel,
Christian Life England Ealry Works To 1800 : A weapon of defence against sudden death. or, A brief description of the desperat times in which we live. : Being a brief and true relation of the evils that proceeds and follows after vain-glorious opinions and cursed desperation by the example of several people both in the city of London, and in other parts of our nation. Shewing the manner of their ungodly living, and how they came by their untimly deaths this present year, 1656 for want of serving of God and taking good heed. Here is also a brief and true relation of the terrible storms of lightning and thunder, hail and rain which happened at Norwich, July 20. 1656 / written by L. Price, and printed on purpose for others to take warning by.; L. P.
Christian Life Handbooks Manuals Etc Early Works To 1800 : To the lavv, and to the testimonie : or, A proposall of certain cases of conscience by way of quære; chiefly touching the publick worship of the New Testament; and other things either necessary or profitable for Christianity; presented to those churches and societies of Christians, which professe the Scripture of the Old and New Testament for the only rule of faith and manners. Wherein the true and genuine way to reconcile Christians is laid open / translated out of Latine into English by a lover of truth and peace.
Christian Life Juvenile Literature Early Works To 1800 : A present for children. : Being a brief, but faithful account of many remarkable and excellent things utter'd by three young children, to the wonder of all that heard them. To which is added a seasonable exhortaion to parents, for the education of their children. / By a person of quality. Published by William Bidbanck, M.A.; Bidbanck, William.
Christian Life Middle Ages : Theologia Germanica : Libellus aureus: hoc est, brevis & prægnans: quomodo sit exuendus vetus homo, induendusque novus. Ex Germanico translatus, Ioanne Theophilo interprete.; Franckforter.
Christian Life Prestestant Authors Early Works To 1800 : A soueraigne cordial for a Christian conscience : Content thi selfe with pacience, with Christ to bear the cros of paine which can wil the rec[m]pence, a thousand fold with ioyes againe let nothig cause thi hart to quail lau[n]ch out thi bote, hoise vp the sail put from the shore. And thou sure thou shalt atain vnto the port that shall remayne, for euermore.
Christian Life Quotations Maxims And C Early Works To 1800 : An effectual prescription against the anguish of all diseases : and against all other afflictions to which the nature of man is subject. Penn'd, and publish'd, and approv'd, from the author's experience of it: but more especially from the experience of very many much greater and better men, the latchet of whose shoes he is not worthy to untie.; Pierce, Thomas,
Christian Life Quotations Maxims Etc : Holy and profitable sayings of that reverend divine, Mr. William Dyer, late preacher of the Gospel at Chesham and Chouldsbury in the county of Bucks; Dyer, William,
Christian Lilfe Early Works To 1800 : Disce mori: = learne to dye : A religious discourse, mouing euery Christian man to enter into a serious remembrance of his end: wherein also is contained, the meane and manner of disposing himselfe to God, before and at the time of his departure. In the whole, some-what haply may be obserued, necessary to be thought vpon while wee are aliue, and when wee are dying, to aduise ourselues and others.; Sutton, Christopher,