Religion the most delightful employment: or, a treatise, evidently proving, that there is more pleasure and less trouble in an holy and religious, than in a vicious course of life. Containing Likewise, Several Directions necessary to be observed by all Christians, in order to their escaping the Pollutions of the World, and passing safe to Heaven through the midst of a crooked and perverse Generation. To which are Added, Some plain Rules for a Religious Society. And an Earnest Recommendation of the said Rules, Particularly Of the three great Duties of Family Prayer; of attending daily the publick Service of God's Church; and of frequenting the Holy Communion. With Devotions for the Closet and for the Family.

  • Bold, John, 1679-1751.
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London : printed for C. Rivington, at the Bible and Crown, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1739.

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