A tryall of a Christian

Publication Date1658
RemainderShewing, that it is not the outward name of Christian, that differs from a heathen, but the inward life and nature. Also, a testimony of truth against the deceit and subtilty of the Serpent: wherein truth is cleared from many accusations. With a loving invitation to all who are hungring after the living bread, and hath not wherewith to satisfie themselves in their own houses; but are seeking without, and begging from others, and are spending their money for that which is not bread, inviting them to come into my Fathers house where they shall find full satisfaction. With a word of exhortation to all who are called to be saints by way of remembrance, to stir up their pure minds. By Alexander Parker
Extent[6], 38 p.
Publisherprinted for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and Mouth near Aldersgate


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