Name in Heaven, the Truest Ground of Joy, on Luke x. 20. and the Power of Grace in Weaning the Heart from the World, on Psal. cxxxi. 1 [NOOK Book]

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THE ensuing Sermons are by a Providence somewhat peculiar presented to thy View. They were first Preached at the Request of a Person of Quality, the Right Honourable the Lady Diana Verney, and afterwards wrote out fair for her Use and Benefit, by the worthy Author himself, as appears by his own Epistles Dedicatory affixed; and lately (among a confused heap of Papers) fell into the hands of one who was well apprized of the Worth and Value of their Author, and therefore could not pass them by unregarded with those ...
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Name in Heaven, the Truest Ground of Joy, on Luke x. 20. and the Power of Grace in Weaning the Heart from the World, on Psal. cxxxi. 1

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THE ensuing Sermons are by a Providence somewhat peculiar presented to thy View. They were first Preached at the Request of a Person of Quality, the Right Honourable the Lady Diana Verney, and afterwards wrote out fair for her Use and Benefit, by the worthy Author himself, as appears by his own Epistles Dedicatory affixed; and lately (among a confused heap of Papers) fell into the hands of one who was well apprized of the Worth and Value of their Author, and therefore could not pass them by unregarded with those other Papers. On perusing them, he found such Impresses of the Spirit, and such Vestigia of the Wit and Parts of him whose Name they bear, that he concluded they were his genuine Offspring, and that they might (tho' preached on private Occasions, yet) be of publick Use and Service; and accordingly had thoughts of Printing them; whereto he conceived himself warranted
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  • BN ID: 2940011859847
  • Publisher: New Century Books
  • Publication date: 10/28/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,373,216
  • File size: 50 KB

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