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The true Christian's faith and experience briefly declared, : concerning God, Christ, the Spirit, the Holy Scriptures, the Gospel, and the doctrines thereof. : Also, the titular or nominal Christian's faith and profession examined, tried, and judged. Written for the confirmation and consolation of the one, and for the information, in order to the restoration and salvation, of the other. : With a few words concerning conscience, what it is, how it became defiled, corrupted, and in bondage; and how it may become cleansed, purified, and set at liberty again, and what that liberty is. To which is added a small treatise concerning evil thoughts and imaginations, and concerning good thoughts and heavenly meditations. With a few words concerning the life, state, and enjoyment of a true Christian. : Also his worship, wherein it stands, and how performed. Preview this item
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The true Christian's faith and experience briefly declared, : concerning God, Christ, the Spirit, the Holy Scriptures, the Gospel, and the doctrines thereof. : Also, the titular or nominal Christian's faith and profession examined, tried, and judged. Written for the confirmation and consolation of the one, and for the information, in order to the restoration and salvation, of the other. : With a few words concerning conscience, what it is, how it became defiled, corrupted, and in bondage; and how it may become cleansed, purified, and set at liberty again, and what that liberty is. To which is added a small treatise concerning evil thoughts and imaginations, and concerning good thoughts and heavenly meditations. With a few words concerning the life, state, and enjoyment of a true Christian. : Also his worship, wherein it stands, and how performed.

Author: William Shewen; Margaret Fox; M T C Gould; Isaac T Hopper; Jesper Harding
Publisher: [Philadelphia] : (London) printed 1684-5. Philadelphia, reprinted and published by M.T.C. Gould, 1830. Jesper Harding, printer., [1830]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Shewen; Margaret Fox; M T C Gould; Isaac T Hopper; Jesper Harding
OCLC Number: 191257251
Notes: Apparently issued as a supplement to the periodical The Friend, or, Advocate of truth.
Parentheses substituted for square brackets in imprint transcription.
"A few words concerning conscience, what it is; and what estate it was in before transgression. And how it became darkened, defiled, and corrupted. And how again it may be enlightened, cleansed, purified, and set at liberty, as it was before sin entered. Intermixed with a few words concerning persecution among the divers sects in Christendom, and upon the face of all the earth, showing that they all arise from want of true liberty of conscience, and what that liberty is. By William Shewen. Philadelphia: Marcus T.C. Gould, no. 6, North Eighth Street. New York: Isaac T. Hopper, no. 420, Pearl Street. 1830."--p. [86]-105, with separate title page. Title page printed on verso of leaf.
"A small treatise concerning evil thoughts and imaginations, and concerning good thoughts and heavenly meditiations. Showing how every true Christian must know the one consumed by the brightness of the appearance of Christ; and the other subjected and brought into the obedience of Christ. Also, a few words concerning the life, state, and enjoyment of a true Christian, and of the true Christian worship, what it stands in, and how performed. [Two lines from Genesis] By W.S. Philadelphia: Marcus T.C. Gould, no. 6, North Eighth Street. New York: Isaac T. Hopper, no. 420, Pearl Street., 1830."--p. [106]-132, with separate title page. (Checklist Amer. imprints, 3479). Title page printed on verso of leaf.
"Perhaps we cannot fill a few vacant pages more profitably, than with the following address to the King and Queen of England, written at a very early period of the Society of Friends. ... It was personally delivered to the King by M. Fell, in the year 1660."--p. 133-136.
Description: 136 p. ; 23 cm.
Other Titles: Friend, or, Advocate of truth.
Responsibility: By William Shewen. ; [Seven lines of Scripture text].

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