The true spiritual religion, or Delightful service of the Lord, with fear, solely due and acceptable unto the most holy and glorious God, as distinguished from idolatrous heathenism, legal Judaism, and lofty Pharisaism; in two discourses, on the address of Christ's ministers, to the enemies of His Kingdom. ... To which is added, a discourse upon the true and unfeigned repentance of Job ... By Lambertus De Ronde, Minister of the Protestant Dutch Church, at New-York. [One line of Scripture text]

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New-York : Printed by John Holt, at the Exchange, 1767.

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[7],iv-xvi,262,9,[1]p. ; 80.

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ESTC W29603
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Sabin, 73075

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