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Author: Knox, John, 1505-1572.
Title: A godly letter sent too the fayethfull in London, Newcastell, Barwyke, and to all other within the realme off Englande, that loue the co[m]minge of oure Lorde Iesus by Ihon Knox.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A godly letter sent too the fayethfull in London, Newcastell, Barwyke, and to all other within the realme off Englande, that loue the co[m]minge of oure Lorde Iesus by Ihon Knox.
Knox, John, 1505-1572.

Imprinted in Rome [i.e. Wesel?: By J. Lambrecht? for H. Singleton] before the Castel of s. Aungel, at the signe of sainct Peter, In the moneth of Iuly, in the yeare of our Lord. 1554.
Alternate titles: An admonition or warning that the faithful Christians in London, Newcastel Barwycke and others, may avoide Gods vengeaunce Admonition or warning that the faithful Christians in London, Newcastel Barwycke and others, may avoide Gods vengeaunce. Confession and decclration of praiers added therunto.
Notes:
The imprint is false; printed at Wesel by J. Lambrecht? (STC).
Signatures: A-C D4; A-B C4.
"A confession [and] declaratio[n] of praiers added thervnto" has separate dated title page and register.
The last leaf is blank.
Also published the same year as: An admonition or warning that the faithful Christians in London, Newcastel Barwycke and others, may avoide Gods vengeaunce.
Identified as STC 15073 on UMI microfilm.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Mass -- Early works to 1800.
Prayer -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A04917.0001.001

Contents
title page
❧Ihon Knox To the faythfull in Londō / New∣castell / Barwyke / & to all others / with∣in the Realme of Englande / that le∣uith the comming of our Lord Ie∣sus / Wissheth continuance in godlines too the ende With a declaration of prayer / annexeth to the same.
☞A godly prayer.
title page
A declaration of prayer / made by Ihon Knox.
¶What prayer is.
¶What is to be obserued in prayer.
¶Let euer man iudge his owne hart.
¶How the sprete maketh intercession for vs.
¶Why we should pray / and also vnderstande what we do praye.
¶Whē sinners are not hard of God
¶What fastinge almoses dedes are without praye.
¶The cause of ther boldnes was Iesus Crist.
¶Ipocrisie is not alowid with god.
¶God deliuerith his chosen frome theyr eny∣myes.
¶Who prayth not in tribulaciō denieth God.
¶Not to pray is sinne most odious.
¶Reddines of God to heare sinners.
¶The hope to obteyn our peticions / shuld de¦pende vppon the promyses of God.
¶Obseruacion in godly prayer.
¶Of necessyte we must haue a mediator.
¶When we be not hearde.
¶Intercession to sayntes.
¶Aungels may not be mediators.
¶Iesus Christ / God & man is mediator.
¶Who maketh other mediators then Iesus Christ / taketh ouer from hym.
¶Agaynste suche as wolde haue mediators too Iesus Christe.
¶What should be prayed for.
¶Better it is to obey God then man.
¶The peticion of the sprete.
¶Flesh striueth agaynste the sprete.
¶Impedimentes cōmith of the weakenes off the fleshe.
¶To the o Lorde alone be prayse / for with experience I write this & speake: it is not too be permitted / where / for whome / and at what tyme we ought to praye.
¶Apoynted places too praye in / maye not be neglectd.
¶What is to be gathered in the name of Christ.
¶For whome and at what tyme we shoulde praye.
¶Gods sentence maye be chaunged.
¶A plague threatned too Englande.
¶Here after foloweth a Confession
Here after fo∣loweth the Table of this boke.