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The second part of the true watch : conteining the perfect rule and summe of prayer: so plainly set downe, that the weakest Christian, taking any paines, may in a very short space learn to pray of himselfe, with much assurance and comfort ; both to get strength to obserue the Lords Watch, and to helpe to turne away, or at least finde comfort in the euils that are to come. Preview this item
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The second part of the true watch : conteining the perfect rule and summe of prayer: so plainly set downe, that the weakest Christian, taking any paines, may in a very short space learn to pray of himselfe, with much assurance and comfort ; both to get strength to obserue the Lords Watch, and to helpe to turne away, or at least finde comfort in the euils that are to come.

Author: John Brinsley
Publisher: London : Printed by A. H[atfield] for Samuel Macham, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls Church-yard, at the signe of the Bull-head, 1609.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Brinsley
OCLC Number: 606646789
Description: 1 online resource ([14], 178+ pages)
Other Titles: True watch.

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