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The Mute Christian Under the Smarting Rod
     

The Mute Christian Under the Smarting Rod

by Thomas Brooks
 

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The Mute Christian under the Smarting Rod: with Sovereign Antidotes against the Most Miserable Exigents: or,

A Christian with an Olive Leaf in his mouth, when he is under the greatest afflictions, the sharpest and sorest trials nod troubles, the saddest and darkest Providences and Changes, with Answers to divers Questions and Objections that are of greatest

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The Mute Christian under the Smarting Rod: with Sovereign Antidotes against the Most Miserable Exigents: or,

A Christian with an Olive Leaf in his mouth, when he is under the greatest afflictions, the sharpest and sorest trials nod troubles, the saddest and darkest Providences and Changes, with Answers to divers Questions and Objections that are of greatest importance: all tending to win and work Souls to be still, quiet, calm and silent under all changes that have, or may pass upon them in this World.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781461017745
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
03/18/2011
Pages:
114
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.24(d)

Meet the Author

Brooks, Thomas (1608-1680). "Nonconformist preacher. Born into a Puritan family, he was sent to Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He soon became an advocate of the Congregational way and served as a chaplain in the Civil War. In 1648 he accepted the rectory of St. Margaret's, New Fish Street, London, but only after making his Congregational principles clear to the vestry. On several occasions he preached before Parliament. He was ejected in 1660 and remained in London as a Nonconformist preacher. Government spies reported that he preached at Tower Wharf and in Moorfields. During the Great Plague and Great Fire he worked in London, and in 1672 was granted a license to preach in Lime Street. He wrote over a dozen books, most of which are devotional in character. He was buried in Bunhill Fields."

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