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The christian instructed in the principles of religion, and the concerns of human life. In four parts. Part I. 1. Of the Three Persons in the Sacred Trinity. 2. Of the Ministry of Angels. 3. Of the Truth and Excellency of the Holy Scriptures. 4. Of Religion from its Beginning, in Three Discourses, viz. The Patriarchal, Mosaical and Evangelical Dispensations. 5. Of the Attainment of Heaven, and its State of Bliss. 6. Of the State of the Damned in Hell, and the Means of avoiding the same. 7. Of our Earthly Habitation. 8. Of Man, the Circumstances of his present State, and the Period of Human Life. Part II. 1. The Service and Worship of God on the Lord's Day. 2. Our Duty and Service to God on the Week-Days. 3. Of the Love of God. 4. Of Divine Praises and Thanks-Givings. Part III. Containing the Duties we owe to our Selves. Part IV. -The several Duties we owe to our Neighbour. To which is added, A Discourse of the Worthy Receiving the Holy Sacrament of the Lord's-Supper. With Devotions for several Occasions. Publish'd by W. Reading, M. A.

Reading, William, 1674-1744.
MDCCXVII. [1717]

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London : printed for J. Hooke, at the Flower-de-Luce, against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleetstreet, MDCCXVII. [1717]

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[14],vii,[1],420p.,plate ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T165263


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