The Resource The saints imperfection : Or, A sermon wherein is made apparent, 1. That in Christian religion, there may bee a true praetence, with a reall intention, with a sufficient intention ... 2. That neither covenant nor promise, &c. are sufficient in the waies of salvation, without a methodicall, ... proceeding therein. 3. That knowing Christians are to bee taught, the first principles of religion. 4. That it is a beleevers duty to advantage his spirituall estate, ... 5. That neither priviledge, nor large capacity, seconded with saving grace, can exempt the elect from a losse in spirituall affaires, except heede and paines bee taken therein. 6. That neither nobility, nor honour, knowledge, nor vertue, may detaine a minister from telling a people of their sad and dangerous condition. Wherunto is added an vse of direction, or information unto all hearers. By Jo: Brooksbanke, minister of Gods word, (electronic book)

The saints imperfection : Or, A sermon wherein is made apparent, 1. That in Christian religion, there may bee a true praetence, with a reall intention, with a sufficient intention ... 2. That neither covenant nor promise, &c. are sufficient in the waies of salvation, without a methodicall, ... proceeding therein. 3. That knowing Christians are to bee taught, the first principles of religion. 4. That it is a beleevers duty to advantage his spirituall estate, ... 5. That neither priviledge, nor large capacity, seconded with saving grace, can exempt the elect from a losse in spirituall affaires, except heede and paines bee taken therein. 6. That neither nobility, nor honour, knowledge, nor vertue, may detaine a minister from telling a people of their sad and dangerous condition. Wherunto is added an vse of direction, or information unto all hearers. By Jo: Brooksbanke, minister of Gods word, (electronic book)

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The saints imperfection : Or, A sermon wherein is made apparent, 1. That in Christian religion, there may bee a true praetence, with a reall intention, with a sufficient intention ... 2. That neither covenant nor promise, &c. are sufficient in the waies of salvation, without a methodicall, ... proceeding therein. 3. That knowing Christians are to bee taught, the first principles of religion. 4. That it is a beleevers duty to advantage his spirituall estate, ... 5. That neither priviledge, nor large capacity, seconded with saving grace, can exempt the elect from a losse in spirituall affaires, except heede and paines bee taken therein. 6. That neither nobility, nor honour, knowledge, nor vertue, may detaine a minister from telling a people of their sad and dangerous condition. Wherunto is added an vse of direction, or information unto all hearers. By Jo: Brooksbanke, minister of Gods word
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The saints imperfection
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Or, A sermon wherein is made apparent, 1. That in Christian religion, there may bee a true praetence, with a reall intention, with a sufficient intention ... 2. That neither covenant nor promise, &c. are sufficient in the waies of salvation, without a methodicall, ... proceeding therein. 3. That knowing Christians are to bee taught, the first principles of religion. 4. That it is a beleevers duty to advantage his spirituall estate, ... 5. That neither priviledge, nor large capacity, seconded with saving grace, can exempt the elect from a losse in spirituall affaires, except heede and paines bee taken therein. 6. That neither nobility, nor honour, knowledge, nor vertue, may detaine a minister from telling a people of their sad and dangerous condition. Wherunto is added an vse of direction, or information unto all hearers. By Jo: Brooksbanke, minister of Gods word
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Sermon wherein is made apparent ..
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • B4976B
  • E.1181[11]
Citation source
  • Wing (2nd ed., 1994)
  • Thomason
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1612-
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Brookbank, Joseph
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Sermons, English
Target audience
general
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The saints imperfection : Or, A sermon wherein is made apparent, 1. That in Christian religion, there may bee a true praetence, with a reall intention, with a sufficient intention ... 2. That neither covenant nor promise, &c. are sufficient in the waies of salvation, without a methodicall, ... proceeding therein. 3. That knowing Christians are to bee taught, the first principles of religion. 4. That it is a beleevers duty to advantage his spirituall estate, ... 5. That neither priviledge, nor large capacity, seconded with saving grace, can exempt the elect from a losse in spirituall affaires, except heede and paines bee taken therein. 6. That neither nobility, nor honour, knowledge, nor vertue, may detaine a minister from telling a people of their sad and dangerous condition. Wherunto is added an vse of direction, or information unto all hearers. By Jo: Brooksbanke, minister of Gods word, (electronic book)
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  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "out" is inserted with a caret between the words "intention, with" and "a sufficient intention" on title page; "Dec: 19."; the second 6 in the imprint date has been changed in MS. to read "8"
  • Identified as Wing B4977 on UMI microfilm set "Early English Books, 1641-1700"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99867137
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unknown
Extent
[4], 20 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
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cl0051000006
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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The saints imperfection : Or, A sermon wherein is made apparent, 1. That in Christian religion, there may bee a true praetence, with a reall intention, with a sufficient intention ... 2. That neither covenant nor promise, &c. are sufficient in the waies of salvation, without a methodicall, ... proceeding therein. 3. That knowing Christians are to bee taught, the first principles of religion. 4. That it is a beleevers duty to advantage his spirituall estate, ... 5. That neither priviledge, nor large capacity, seconded with saving grace, can exempt the elect from a losse in spirituall affaires, except heede and paines bee taken therein. 6. That neither nobility, nor honour, knowledge, nor vertue, may detaine a minister from telling a people of their sad and dangerous condition. Wherunto is added an vse of direction, or information unto all hearers. By Jo: Brooksbanke, minister of Gods word, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "out" is inserted with a caret between the words "intention, with" and "a sufficient intention" on title page; "Dec: 19."; the second 6 in the imprint date has been changed in MS. to read "8"
  • Identified as Wing B4977 on UMI microfilm set "Early English Books, 1641-1700"
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99867137
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4], 20 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0051000006
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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