The faithful witness: or, A hand of love reached forth, that the blind may be guided, and the scattered gathered

Publication Date1659
RemainderAlso, mans sinne and rebellion declared and the long-suffering of the Lord shewed. With a true call unto all people to meet the Lord by speedy repentance, an vvait to yeild him ready obedience, for here is the right way of the Lord open'd. Also the state of professors plainly manifested, wherein they may see how they are erred, and hovv the Serpent hath deceived and betrayed them. With a warning unto all the tender hearted amongst them to arise, and receive the hand of love, that they may no longer abide in darkness, but walk in the way of righteousness, where true rest and peace is enjoyed. Also, truth defended and cleared from the lyes and slanders declared by Ionathan Iohnson of Lincoln, a Baptist in profession. From one who bears no evil will to any man, but wisheth well to all men, and am known to many by the name of William Smith
Extent[2], 38 p.
Publisherprinted for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and Mouth near Aldersgate



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